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Jennifer Romig 30 Apr 16
But isn't there more to Ohio? I believe they have a heavy emphasis on neutral citations. Is Ohio St. 3d even authoritative?
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Sarah Glassmeyer 30 Apr 16
Replying to @JenniferMRomig
No, it's the official reporter. Ohio isn't a vendor neutral citation state yet.
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Jennifer Romig 30 Apr 16
Replying to @sglassmeyer
How does that reconcile with this
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Sarah Glassmeyer 30 Apr 16
Replying to @JenniferMRomig
It looks like they still require citation to Ohio st reporter and regional reporter. (pg. 22)
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Jennifer Romig 30 Apr 16
Replying to @sglassmeyer
Yes; but it also seems their own text on the website would be paramount in authority, in the event of discrepancies.
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Sarah Glassmeyer 30 Apr 16
Replying to @JenniferMRomig
looks you're right. this says the website is final authority.
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Don Cruse 30 Apr 16
I was almost really jealous of the Ohio procedures. Then I saw Rule 4.2, which seems to make paper controlling.
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Sarah Glassmeyer 30 Apr 16
Ah! Good catch!
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Jennifer Romig 30 Apr 16
Replying to @sglassmeyer @doncruse
After 2012 is anything published officially in print/book form? I think 4.2 may be for older cases.
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Don Cruse
You might be right about the intent or actual practice. It’s up to the courts how they apply a rule like this.
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