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Ashtabula County, Ohio is located in the northeastern corner of the state and is part of the Cleveland-Akron-Canton metropolitan area. It is bordered by Lake Erie to the north, Trumbull County to the east, Geauga County to the south, and Cuyahoga County to the west. The county was established in 1807 and named after the Native American word for "river of many fish." The area was first inhabited by the Iroquois and Erie tribes, who were later displaced by the Wyandot and Delaware tribes. The first European settlers arrived in the area in the late 1700s, and the county was officially established in 1807. The county was largely agricultural in its early years, with the main crops being wheat, corn, and oats. The county also had a thriving lumber industry, with many sawmills located along the Ashtabula River. The county was also home to several important industries, including iron and steel production, glass manufacturing, and shipbuilding. The county was also home to several important railroads, including the Lake Shore and Michigan Southern Railway, the Pennsylvania and Ohio Canal, and the Ashtabula and New Lisbon Railroad. The county was also home to several important historical figures, including President James A. Garfield, who was born in Moreland Township in 1831. Today, Ashtabula County is home to a diverse population of over 101,000 people. The county is home to several major employers, including the Ashtabula County Medical Center, the Ashtabula County Airport, and the Ashtabula County Fairgrounds. The county is also home to several recreational areas, including Geneva State Park, Pymatuning State Park, and Conneaut Lake Park.
Ashtabula County Eastern Area Court and Ashtabula County Western Area Court records prior to January 1995 are not available on Courtview. Any errors or omissions should be reported to the appropriate court. Ashtabula County Clerk of Courts office (440) 576-3637 Ashtabula County Eastern Area Court office (440) 576-3617
There are three Common Pleas Courts in Ashtabula County that have jurisdicition over adult civil actions, criminal felony cases, domestic relations, and appeals from administrative agencies. The judges who serve in the court of common pleas are elected county officials who serve six-year terms. Click here to be redirected to court website.
Due to its increasing case load, the Ashtabula County Probate Court uses a Magistrate to assist the Judge in the operation of the Court. The Magistrate hears cases and issues decisions which may become the Court’s Order or be modified by the Judge upon review.
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The Ashtabula Municipal Court shall be effective and efficient when resolving disputes in order to uphold the laws and regulations of the court’s jurisdiction and the State of Ohio.
• Londale A. Miller, of 717 West 35th Street, Ashtabula, was arraigned and pleaded not guilty to one count of felonious assault, a second-degree felony. Bond was continued at $25,000 cash, surety...
Mar. 2—The Ohio Supreme Court will not hear an attempt to reopen the appeal of Justin Furmage's rape conviction. Furmage was convicted of eight counts of rape, first-degree felonies, and eight counts of gross sexual imposition, third-degree felonies, in September 2020, according to Ashtabula County court records. Judge Thomas Harris sentenced Furmage to 155 years to life in prison.
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