The Ohio State Bar Association was founded in 1880 and remains a voluntary organization to this day. The main purpose of the bar is to advance the professional interests of its members and become an indispensable resource to Ohio lawyers. The Ohio State Bar Association operates on the core values of member satisfaction, professionalism, foresight, quality services, and quality products. The organization provides its members with important resources like legal issue advocacy and continuing legal education programs and provides the public with legal educational information and tools.
Ohio State Bar Association
Ohio State Bar Association is not in compliance with the nationwide, public-facing, Brady List; or:
- Supreme Court of the United States [SCOTUS] Brady doctrine (1963);
- US Freedom of Information Act (1967);
- State Sunshine Law (see, below);
- Open Government Act (2007);
- Open Government Initiative (2009); and,
- Open Government Directives (2009) issued by the United States Department of Justice.
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March 15, 2022
Attorney Misconduct, Bias, Failure to Disclose Brady/Giglio Material, Judicial Proceedings, Witness Tampering
Employer: Lake County Prosecuting Attorney
August 3, 2022
Employer: Cuyahoga County Prosecuting Attorney
May 1, 2022
Attorney Misconduct, Bias, Coercive Plea Bargaining, Cooperative Misconduct, Failure to Disclose Brady/Giglio Material, Judicial Proceedings, Obstruction of Justice
Employer: Richland County Prosecuting Attorney