2 edition of judiciary of Ohio, 1803-1903 found in the catalog.
judiciary of Ohio, 1803-1903
Moses M. Granger
|Other titles||The judiciary of Ohio, eighteen three to nineteen three., Ohio judiciary, 1803-1903., Ohio judiciary, eighteen three to nineteen three.|
|Statement||prepared by Moses M. Granger.|
|Contributions||Ohio State Archaeological and Historical Society.|
|LC Classifications||F490 .G75|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||55 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||55|
|LC Control Number||03026846|
The Enabling Act of was passed on Ap , by the Seventh Congress of the United act authorized the residents of the eastern portion of the Northwest Territory to form the state of Ohio and join the U.S. on an equal footing with the other states. In doing so it also established the precedent and procedures for creation of future states in the western territories. The Ohio Constitution, officially the Constitution of the State of Ohio, is the basic governing document of the State of Ohio, which in became the 17th state to join the United States of has had three constitutions since statehood was granted.. Ohio was created from the easternmost portion of the Northwest , the Congress of the Confederation of the United.
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The judiciary of Ohio, a paper prepared at the request of the Ohio State Archaeological and Historical Society for the centennial anniversary at Chillicothe, Ohio, May 20 [Moses M Granger; Ohio State Archaeological and Historical Society.].
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Supreme Court Frequently Called. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Jump to navigation Jump to search. The judiciary of Ohio is the branch of the government of Ohio that interprets and applies the law of Ohio, ensures equal justice under law, and provides a mechanism for dispute resolution.
The court of last resort is the Ohio Supreme Court. Site presents the latest judicial news, court links, a judges directory, publications, associations, committees, and a youth site.
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Under the first constitution, the Supreme Court of Ohio was expected to meet in every county once per year, which seemed reasonable in when there were very few counties in the state.The judiciary of Ohio a paper prepared at the request of the Ohio State Archaeological and Historical Society for the centennial anniversary at Chillicothe, Ohio, May 20 Zanesville, Ohio: G.
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