RON O'BRIEN, Franklin County's 50th Prosecuting Attorney, is the former Columbus City Attorney, Columbus City Prosecutor and Franklin County Assistant Prosecuting Attorney. Ron O'Brien has over 40 years of governmental law service to the City of Columbus, Franklin County and its citizens.
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Every fall Prosecutor Ron O’Brien hosts students from The Ohio State University Politics, Society and Law Scholars. Not only do the approximately 120 students observe Common Pleas court activity, but they also spend time with Prosecutor O’Brien learning about the duties, demands, and gratification of being a county prosecutor.
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Instances of sexting among teens has become increasingly prevalent in recent years. Many students, parents, and educators are not fully aware that sexting is illegal and the potential consequences for doing so. Ron O’Brien is taking a proactive approach to address this disturbing trend. In an effort to engage the community, the Prosecutor's Office is now offering workshops and assemblies to schools in Franklin County to fully discuss the sexting issue. The goal is to provide the information necessary to prevent juveniles from being charged with serious offenses.
Franklin County Domestic Relations and Juvenile Court recently hosted a Bring Your Child to Work Day event. The children took part in a mock trial to teach them about court procedures. The Office of Ron O’Brien, Franklin County Prosecutor, took part in assisting with the trial and court proceedings.
Franklin County Prosecutor Ron O’Brien is named the 2015 Ohio Prosecutor of the year by the Ohio Prosecuting Attorney’s Association at the awards dinner during the annual meeting in Columbus on December 3, 2015
The Office of the Franklin County Prosecuting Attorney exists pursuant to the provisions of the Ohio Revised Code. The office consists of 116 assistant prosecuting attorneys along with 108 employees that make up the support staff.
The Prosecuting Attorney represents the State of Ohio by inquiring into and prosecuting felony crimes committed by adults and all offenses committed by juveniles. The Franklin County Prosecuting Attorney is also legal counsel for county officials, county agencies, townships and various boards. Please review our FAQ for answers to many common questions about the court process and how our office works.
- Sep 23, 2016 - Ronald Eugene Grier
STRANGER RAPE OF 17 YEAR OLD IN 1995 LINKED TO SUSPECT BY CODIS HIT; DEFENDANT SENTENCED TO 8 YEARS
- Sep 23, 2016 - Jamie Nichole Maynard
MADISON COUNTY WOMAN PLEADS GUILTY TO INVOLUNTARY MANSLAUGHTER IN CONNECTION WITH HEROIN DRUG OVERDOSE DEATH FOR SELLING THE DRUGS THAT CAUSED THE OVERDOSE
- Sep 23, 2016 - Sara Robin Sanderson
WOMAN INDICTED IN CONNECTION TO HEROIN DRUG OVERDOSE DEATH FOR SELLING THE DRUGS THAT CAUSED THE OVERDOSE
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