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Enacts Cooper's Law regarding crimes and record retention

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To amend sections 2901.13, 2903.12, 2921.12, and 2921.13 and to enact sections 149.382, 2305.118, and 2307.68 of the Revised Code to eliminate the 20-year statute of limitation for felonious assault and aggravated assault if the victim is a peace officer, to modify the law regarding records retention schedules developed by counties, municipal corporations, and townships, to modify the penalties for aggravated assault, tampering with evidence, falsification, and falsification in a theft offense, and to name this act Cooper's Law.

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Tim Schaffer


Mark Romanchuk

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