The Ohio Supreme Court on Tuesday, July 21st, heard four oral arguments, including one centering on a news organization which has requested the release of a court surveillance system video that recorded the shooting of a Jefferson County judge outside the courthouse in August 2017. The request was denied. The news media argues the evidence provided by the county prosecutor didn’t establish that the video is a “security record,” which would be exempt from disclosure under Ohio’s public records law.
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