From The Vindicator
The Ohio Supreme Court has unanimously ordered a visiting judge to unseal documents, including the bills of particulars detailing the criminal charges, in the Oakhill Renaissance Place corruption case, which was dismissed a year ago.
The state’s top court this morning granted writs of mandamus and prohibition ordering visiting Judge William H. Wolff Jr. of Mahoning County Common Pleas Court to unseal the documents and make them available to the media and the public.
The decision was a major victory for The Vindicator and 21 WFMJ-TV, which filed the complaint with the top court seeking to have the documents made public.
“Supreme Court Orders Judge to Unseal Records in Youngstown Corruption Case” (Ohio Supreme Court’s Court New Ohio)