On appeal, the Court of Appeals of Ohio, 4th Appellate District, found the trial court’s rationale to be erroneous because the requested information pertained to only two past incidents, both of which implicated illegal activity by the guards. Therefore, the Court reversed the trial court and remanded the case for adjudication. See: Conley v. Correctional Reception Center, 141 Ohio App.3d 412; 751 N.E.2d 528 (2001).
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Conley v. Correctional Reception Center
|Cite||141 Ohio App.3d 412; 751 N.E.2d 528 (2001)|
|Level||State Court of Appeals|