OH Prisoners Must Get Court Order Declaring Documents Necessary for Actionable Cause Before PRA Requires Disclosure
On review, the Court of Appeals of Ohio, 6th Appellate District, Fulton County, recognized that the PRA required prisoners to get a court order from their sentencing courts finding the requested records necessary to support a justiciable claim before requesting them. On that basis, the Court dismissed Ritter’s petition. See: State ex rel. Daniel Ritter v. James Barber, 2006 Ohio 592 (2006).
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Daniel Ritter v. James Barber
|Cite||2006 Ohio 592 (2006)|
|Level||State Court of Appeals|