General Assembly

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Short Title

Specify court jurisdiction over municipal traffic ordinances 
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Long Title To amend sections 1901.20, 1907.02, and 4511.093 and to enact section 4511.072 of the Revised Code to specify the jurisdiction of municipal and county courts over civil violations of municipal traffic ordinances, to prohibit townships from using traffic law photo-monitoring devices on interstate highways, and to establish requirements governing fines, fees, or other charges for traffic violations and infractions imposed by a municipal corporation that does not have the authority to establish a mayor's court.

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As Reported by the Senate Local Government, Public Safety and Veterans Affairs Committee

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Committees

Senate Local Government, Public Safety and Veterans Affairs Committee
House Criminal Justice Committee
 
 

Primary Sponsors

Hearcel F. Craig
William Seitz
 

Cosponsors

REPRESENTATIVES
Nickie J. Antonio
Steven Arndt
Michael Ashford
John Barnes
Louis W. Blessing III
John A. Boccieri
Kristin Boggs
Janine R. Boyd
Andrew Brenner
Nicholas J. Celebrezze
Jack Cera
Jonathan Dever
Theresa Gavarone
Timothy Ginter
Wesley Goodman
Doug Green
Stephen D. Hambley
Glenn W. Holmes
Larry Householder
Stephanie Howse
Catherine D. Ingram
Terry Johnson
Darrell Kick
David Leland
Nathan H. Manning
Robert McColley
Michael J. O'Brien
John Patterson
Thomas F. Patton
Dan Ramos
Bill Reineke
Wes Retherford
Jeff Rezabek
Kristina Roegner
John M. Rogers
Tim Schaffer
Michael Sheehy
Marilyn Slaby
Kent Smith
Ryan Smith
Robert Sprague
Dick Stein
Martin J. Sweeney
Emilia Strong Sykes
Andy Thompson
Thomas West
Scott Wiggam
Ron Young
SENATORS
Joe Uecker
 
 
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