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Ohio is a state located in the Midwestern United States. It is the 34th largest state in the country and the 7th most populous. It is bordered by Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Kentucky, Indiana, and Michigan. The first inhabitants of Ohio were Native Americans, including the Iroquois, Shawnee, and Miami tribes. The first Europeans to explore the area were French fur traders in the late 1600s. In 1754, the French and Indian War began, and the British gained control of the area. In 1763, the Treaty of Paris was signed, and the British gained control of the Ohio Country. The British then established the Northwest Territory, which included Ohio. In 1787, the Northwest Ordinance was passed, which allowed for the formation of the state of Ohio. In 1803, Ohio became the 17th state in the Union. During the War of 1812, Ohio was a major battleground, and the Battle of Lake Erie was fought off the coast of Ohio. In the 19th century, Ohio became an important center of industry and transportation. The Ohio and Erie Canal was built in the 1820s, connecting the Great Lakes to the Ohio River. The railroads also connected Ohio to the rest of the country, and the state became a major hub for manufacturing. In the 20th century, Ohio continued to be an important industrial state. The automotive industry was a major employer in the state, and Ohio was home to many of the major automobile manufacturers. Today, Ohio is a major agricultural state, and it is also home to many universities and research centers. It is also a major tourist destination, with many attractions such as the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

Ohio Facts

  1. Ohio is the birthplace of seven U.S. presidents, more than any other state.
  2. The world’s first airplane flight took place in Ohio in 190
  3. The world’s first professional baseball team, the Cincinnati Red Stockings, was founded in Ohio in 186
  4. The world’s first traffic light was installed in Cleveland, Ohio in 191
  5. Ohio is home to the world’s largest Amish population.
  6. The world’s first ambulance service was established in Cincinnati, Ohio in 186
  7. The world’s first kindergarten was founded in Cincinnati, Ohio in 187
  8. The world’s first professional fire department was established in Cincinnati, Ohio in 185
  9. The world’s first concrete street was built in Bellefontaine, Ohio in 189
  10. 1 The world’s first ice cream cone was invented in Cleveland, Ohio in 190

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Ohio Courts


Ohio Courts Ohio trial courts. The Supreme Court of Ohio maintains a list of courts in the state, including municipal, county, common pleas, claims, and appellate courts. Launch Ohio Courts Resource Details Share this

Supreme Court of Ohio » Supreme Court of Ohio


The Supreme Court of Ohio & The Ohio Judicial System Chief Justice Sharon L. Kennedy Justices Patrick F. Fischer R. Patrick DeWine Michael P. Donnelly Melody J. Stewart Jennifer Brunner Joseph T. Deters The Supreme Court celebrated young leaders in the law at its Black History Month program. Click to watch the program.

Ohio Judicial System


Ohio Judicial System The primary function of the judicial branch is to fairly and impartially settle disputes according to the law. Read an overview of Ohio's judicial system structure from the Supreme Court of Ohio. Launch Ohio Judicial System Resource Details Share this

All Forms » Supreme Court of Ohio


Court Services View all Court Services Forms County Reimbursements for Acting and Assigned Judges Court Statistical Reporting Appeals: Presiding Judge Report Appeals: Appellate Judge Report Common Pleas: General Division (Form A) Common Pleas: Commercial Dockets (Form A Supplement) Common Pleas: Post-Conviction Relief

Ohio Court Records - OH State Courts


The Ohio Open Records Law protects the right of citizens to see public records kept by the court, unless otherwise redacted by law. Records exist in the state from way back in the 1700s, but most modern records have been digitized and are available to view and search online.

Home - Ohio Court of Claims


The Ohio Court of Claims was created to hear claims against the state for money damages and to hear appeals from Attorney General decisions regarding claims filed under the Victims of Crime Compensation Program. Quick Links Court Calendar Crime Victims Compensation eFile Find State Agencies Open Data Public Records Complaints

State court websites | NCSC


State court websites This page provides judicial branch links for each state, focusing on the administrative office of the courts, the court of last resort, any intermediate appellate courts, and each trial court level. The court structure chartsummarize the key features of each state's court organization.

Ohio's court system | Ohio Legal Help


The Ohio Court System is the judicial branch of Ohio's state government. It's the job of Ohio courts to interpret state laws and to provide a fair and impartial means for resolving legal issues. Ohio state law arranges the court system into three levels. Each level has its own area of responsibility and authority.

Franklin Court of Common Pleas | Official Website


Welcome. The Franklin County Court of Common Pleas - General Division has original jurisdictional authority over all felony cases and all civil cases in which the sum or matter in dispute exceeds $15,000. If you are looking for case information, please access the Franklin County Clerk of Courts - Case information online.

Ohio Court Records | StateRecords.org


The Ohio judiciary website provides a list of all the Courts in Ohio and their respective locations, phone numbers, and websites. Details on how to access court records and the associated fees in each court are provided on the courts’ website.

Ohio Counties:

  1. Adams County
  2. Allen County
  3. Ashland County
  4. Ashtabula County
  5. Athens County
  6. Auglaize County
  7. Belmont County
  8. Brown County
  9. Butler County
  10. Carroll County
  11. Champaign County
  12. Clark County
  13. Clermont County
  14. Clinton County
  15. Columbiana County
  16. Coshocton County
  17. Crawford County
  18. Cuyahoga County
  19. Darke County
  20. Defiance County
  21. Delaware County
  22. Erie County
  23. Fairfield County
  24. Fayette County
  25. Franklin County
  26. Fulton County
  27. Gallia County
  28. Geauga County
  29. Greene County
  30. Guernsey County
  31. Hamilton County
  32. Hancock County
  33. Hardin County
  34. Harrison County
  35. Henry County
  36. Highland County
  37. Hocking County
  38. Holmes County
  39. Huron County
  40. Jackson County
  41. Jefferson County
  42. Knox County
  43. Lake County
  44. Lawrence County
  45. Licking County
  46. Logan County
  47. Lorain County
  48. Lucas County
  49. Madison County
  50. Mahoning County
  51. Marion County
  52. Medina County
  53. Meigs County
  54. Mercer County
  55. Miami County
  56. Monroe County
  57. Montgomery County
  58. Morgan County
  59. Morrow County
  60. Muskingum County
  61. Noble County
  62. Ottawa County
  63. Paulding County
  64. Perry County
  65. Pickaway County
  66. Pike County
  67. Portage County
  68. Preble County
  69. Putnam County
  70. Richland County
  71. Ross County
  72. Sandusky County
  73. Scioto County
  74. Seneca County
  75. Shelby County
  76. Stark County
  77. Summit County
  78. Trumbull County
  79. Tuscarawas County
  80. Union County
  81. Van Wert County
  82. Vinton County
  83. Warren County
  84. Washington County
  85. Wayne County
  86. Williams County
  87. Wood County
  88. Wyandot County

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