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Ohio District Courts of Appeal

 

Ohio District Courts of Appeal

The Ohio District Courts of Appeals are the intermediate appellate courts of the state of Ohio. The Ohio Constitution provides for courts of appeals that have jurisdiction to review final appealable orders. There are twelve appellate districts in the U.S. state of Ohio. Each court of appeals consists of at least one county, and the number of judges in each district varies from four to twelve. Each case is heard by a three-judge panel. There are currently 69 courts of appeals judges as provided by statute. A court of appeals judge is an elected position, with terms of six years. The Ohio Supreme Court has the discretion to review cases from the courts of appeals, but generally the appeals process in Ohio ends with the decision of the court of appeals.

District Number of Judges Counties in District (major urban centers, seat in bold[1]) Number of Counties
First district 6 Hamilton (Cincinnati) 1
Second district 5 Champaign, Clark (Springfield), Darke, Greene, Miami, and Montgomery (Dayton) 6
Third district 4 Allen (Lima), Auglaize, Crawford, Defiance, Hancock, Hardin, Henry, Logan, Marion, Mercer, Paulding, Putnam, Seneca, Shelby, Union, Van Wert, and Wyandot 17
Fourth district 4 Adams, Athens, Gallia, Highland, Hocking, Jackson, Lawrence, Meigs, Pickaway, Pike, Ross (Chillicothe), Scioto, Vinton, and Washington 14
Fifth district 6 Ashland, Coshocton, Delaware, Fairfield, Guernsey, Holmes, Knox, Licking, Morgan, Morrow, Muskingum, Perry, Richland (Mansfield), Stark (Canton), and Tuscarawas 15
Sixth district 5 Erie, Fulton, Huron, Lucas (Toledo), Ottawa, Sandusky, Williams, and Wood 8
Seventh district 4 Belmont, Carroll, Columbiana, Harrison, Jefferson, Mahoning (Youngstown), Monroe, and Noble 8
Eighth district 12 Cuyahoga (Cleveland) 1
Ninth district 5 Lorain (Lorain), Medina, Summit (Akron), and Wayne 4
Tenth district 8 Franklin (Columbus) 1
Eleventh district 5 Ashtabula, Geauga, Lake, Portage, and Trumbull (Warren) 5
Twelfth district 5 Brown, Butler (Middletown), Clermont, Clinton, Fayette, Madison, Preble, and Warren 8
TOTALS 69 judges 88 counties

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Cincinnati (1st)
Dayton (2nd)
Lima (3rd)
Chillicothe (4th)
Canton (5th)
Toledo (6th)
Youngstown (7th)
Cleveland (8th)
Akron (9th)
Columbus (10th)
Warren (11th)
Middletown (12th)
Court locations

See also

External links

  • Homepage of the Ohio District Courts of Appeals
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