ORC 124.45 States that a promotion exam is valid for two years. Local civil service states that the test is good for one year and the bargaining unit contract states that Civil Service supersedes ORC 124.45-124.48
In situations where there is a conflict between state law and local civil service rules, the supremacy of one over the other can depend on the specific context and legal framework of the state. Ohio Revised Code (ORC) 124.45 sets the validity of a promotion exam at two years, while your local civil...View More
I have a short film in which an immigrant would display her naturalization certificate. I didn't think anything about it until I tried to find a means of attaining one and encountered a number of warnings about it.
I have no intention of using it beyond film and social media character... View More
Purchasing a fake naturalization certificate, even for use in a film or for social media purposes, is legally risky and not advisable. Federal law prohibits the production, sale, and possession of fraudulent government documents, including naturalization certificates. This applies regardless of...View More
In Ohio, non-CHL holders can carry a loaded handgun in their vehicle but it must be unloaded and placed in a locked container or a compartment that is out of the immediate reach of the driver or any occupant of the vehicle.
Here are some additional details about Ohio's gun laws for...View More
In Ohio, as in many states, consenting to a physical fight does not necessarily make it legal. Even if both parties agree to a fist fight, it can still be considered a breach of the peace or a violation of public order laws.
The legal system generally discourages acts of violence,...View More
In Ohio, you can legally create and operate a motorized bicycle or moped if it meets certain requirements. To be street legal, the motor should have a piston displacement of 50cc or less, and the vehicle's maximum speed shouldn't exceed 20 mph on a flat surface. If you're 14 or 15,...View More
My adult daughter was homeless and staying with us (her parents) from time to time but moving around and had lost most of her documents. She's trying to get her life back on track and is staying with us more and more and we're on the road to replacing what she's lost and we've... View More
An Ohio attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for a week. Most large agencies have provisions for replacing lost cards or other documents. Depending on what it was that was lost, you could approach the respective agencies (Department of Motor Vehicles, Social Security...View More
You amend a complaint by filing a new document titled Amended Complaint with the changes you are making. If suing the prosecutor, one would generally sue the elected individual in their representative capacity, and if alleging malicious wrongdoing, in their personal capacity as well, along with any...View More
This question needs more facts. One cannot tell whether dependency and neglect has simply been alleged and a hearing is pending, or has children's Protective Services remove the children on an emergency basis under what is referred to as Juvenile Rule 6. In either of the described...View More
It sounds like there's more confusion than legal issues here. Call the tax department and get an explanation of what's going on. Go to the source and get good information that your rights are being impinged before contacting an expensive attorney for help
It’s not automatic, especially since the statute authorizes the judges to change the concurrent supervision rules more or less as they see fit. I would start with a conversation with the two probation officers before going to the court.
I had a HUD partial claim with NOVAD. I recently refinanced and my lender paid off the partial claim as part of the refinance. The title company advised me that the check was cashed by NOVAD on 10/25/2021. It is now 12/24/2021. I have not received any official correspondence from NOVAD or my lender... View More
The age of consent in Ohio is 16. That said, an adult who engages in a sexual relationship with a child runs a lot of other, non-sex offense legal risks like contributing to the delinquency of a minor and interference with child custody. It's best to just stick to 18 and up.
A week prior to being put on unpaid administrative leave my supervisor had asked me if I said the F word at work while I was in a meeting with my union grievance official. I told her no I did not. I worked the whole following week with no issues. Then the next week after that week I was out on FMLA... View More
More information is needed to fully analyze your situation. Is your administrative leave paid? You should contact an employment attorney in your area to discuss whether you may have a claim for FMLA interference or FMLA retaliation, depending on what ultimately happens with regard to your...View More
In Ohio, warrants are issued against a person, not property. While the car is registered to your father, the warrant is linked to your name, date of birth, and social security number. The BMV will put a warrant block on your license (if you had one), preventing you from renewing your license until...View More
This happened over 2yrs ago and the title office and everyone else has given us the runaround. The property has since taken on extensive damage due to vandalism ect.. What should be our next steps. Would the county be at least partially responsible for damages? The criminals were ordered almost... View More
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