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With an opiod-addiction crisis on one end and over-packed state prisons on the other, Gov. John Kasich concedes that Ohio needs help from all quarters - including the state's judges. Kasich addressed the Ohio Common Pleas Judges Association on Wednesday night, calling on the jurists who handle felony cases to do more in their courtrooms - and outside them - to help reduce the number of prisoners doing time for nonviolent, low-level offenses. Comment?
A former Ohio State Highway Patrol post commander has pleaded guilty to reduced charges after being accused of inappropriately touching a 16-year-old girl at his son's high school graduation party. Brant Zemelka, of Middlefield, agreed to plead guilty Monday to obstruction of official business and contributing to the delinquency of a child after being indicted on two counts of gross sexual imposition for an incident at a party in May, the News-Herald reported. Comment?
Since the 1850s, each of the 13 judges seated in a Geauga County courtroom has signed this wall of a closet. Sometimes the Insider takes you on a little field trip. Comment?
The law enforcement officers ringed the courtroom - a police chief and current and retired deputies, commanders and detectives, among them. Each had invested a decade in seeing a former longtime Logan County businessman - a man who, in a criminal career spanning at least 30 years, had many times before slipped from justice's grasp - answer for a murder he ordered in 2006 that left an innocent man in their northeast Ohio county dead in a bizarre and tragic case of mistaken identity. Comment?
The body of George V. Voinovich, former two-term Ohio governor and U.S. senator, will lie in state at Cleveland City Hall prior to his funeral on Friday. The funeral Mass for the Republican will be 10 a.m. Friday at Our Lady of the Lake Catholic Church in Euclid. Comment?
Renaming Port Columbus Airport for John Glenn and expanding foster care and adoption assistance to Ohioans up to age 21 were part of a whirlwind Wednesday at the Statehouse. As they prepared to leave town for a break that could last through the November election, the House and Senate moved dozens of bills, many of which are going to Gov. John Kasich for his signature. Comment?
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