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The Daily Legal News is a daily publication devoted to legal, financial, real estate and general news. Designated by the Federal, County and Municipal Courts as the Official Law Journal of Mahoning County, Ohio.

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Note: Due to the coronavirus (covid-19), we have made the decision to have our employees work from their home. Our Support will be available through all of our normal channels. Our paper will be available for purchase at Mahoning Snacks, in the Huntington Bank Building downtown. Our employees are all working towards the common goal of continuing to deliver the legal news to our clients. We will remain in touch with any updates and wish you good health and peace of mind.

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7th District partially remands aggravated robbery case

A defendant accused of reaching for a police officer’s gun during booking appealed a Mahoning County Common Pleas Court’s decision finding him guilty of aggravated robbery, receiving stolen property and obstructing official business.
Richard Lamp argued there was insufficient evidence for the aggravated robbery and ... (full story)


Summit County attorney appointed to UA Board of Trustees

A longtime Summit County attorney and alumna of The University of Akron (UA) and its law school has taken her seat on the UA Board of Trustees.  
Cuyahoga Falls resident Trina M. Carter officially began her term on July 30 after being appointed by Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine to fill the vacancy left by former trustee Olivia ... (full story)


Supreme Court hanging up phone, back to in-person arguments

Supreme Court hanging up phone, back to in-person arguments

WASHINGTON (AP) — The justices are putting the "court" back in Supreme Court.
The high court announced recently that the justices plan to return to their majestic, marble courtroom for arguments beginning in October, more than a year and a half after the in-person sessions were halted because of the coronavirus ... (full story)

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