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You can report false statements of a candidate to the local board of elections and the secretary of state.
Already reported to secretary of state.
Also lawyers are also bound by the disciplinary rules of the Ohio Supreme Court.
And if the person was running for judicial office, there are special rules for that too.
How do I find out the disciplinary rules of the Ohio Supreme Court and how would I report them?
without knowing the allegation, it is difficult to point you to a specific rule. But I can point you to the link of the rules.
was the election for a judicial office?
He said he was a resident of the county in which he is running. He lives in the neighboring county where he works in the prosecutor's office. His wife and children live there also.
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here are the links.
These rules are applicable to all lawyers.
Here is the contact information for Disciplinary Counsel.
You can also initiate a complaint with a local bar association.
Was the office the attorney was running for a judicial office?
Will I have any legal responsibilities by questioning this? I truely believe this but I have no sworen statements or electic bill etc. to prove this.
Well, it is my experience that if you report a violation, disciplinary counsel routinely discloses your identity to the person.
There is no requirement that when you make the report that you disclose who you are. Anonymous complaints are not given as much consideration as ones where the person discloses their identity.
This is because there is no one for disciplinary counsel to follow up with. Also they will not be able to notify you of the resolution.
You can report it anonymously though. If you do, make sure you include ALL the information you have. Be detailed, include copies of the ads or recordings of the advertisement.
i don't care if this man,who is running for proscutor, knows who I am or not. If he sues me at least it would get into court and it would be open for sworen testimony. I don't think he would be worth anyone lying for him.
well if he is running for public office, the protections your given by the first amendment are greater.
I have yet to see someone sue someone for filing a bar complaint or reporting election fraud.
I should say a sue a private individual.
Jean Schmitt and David Krikorian are always in court suing each other over election issues in Ohio.
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