Tag Archives: June 2016

Important and Troubling Implications

The judges at the Ohio Supreme Court have two separate filings from Jeffrey Wogenstahl before them. One, a jurisdiction claim (that Jeff’s trial should not have been held in Ohio, but in Indiana) has resulted in his stay of execution and the … Continue reading

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“Motion to recuse denied.”

Ohio Supreme Court Justice O’Neill has made it clear that he will not grant a request to remove himself from Jeffrey Wogenstahl’s case. The judge explained: “…it would be a violation of my oath of office to ignore my obligation to … Continue reading

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