Ohio Help Request
- The office of the Ohio Attorney General was first created by the Ohio General Assembly by statute in 1846. The attorney general's principal duties were to give legal advice to the state government, to represent the state in legal matters, and to advise the state's
county prosecutors. Originally, the attorney general was appointed by
the legislature. With the adoption of Ohio's second constitution in 1851, the attorney general became an elected office. The attorney general's duties were drawn very generally at that time.
Perhaps you need to move your action to federal court. Look into 42 USC 1983.
- FORM FOR REQUESTING HELP ON YOUR CASE ON TIPS & TRICKS FOR COURT:
If you would like help on your case in order for your request to be approved you must:
1. Have printed out your post and read it out loud to yourself looking for missing words and typos;
2. Have written your post in a word processor so it can check your spelling, punctuation, and grammar;
Then you must answer these questions:
What state does your legal issue spring from?
What are the facts of your case?
What research you have already done on your issue?
What you are thinking about doing and why?