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Notice to Victims

Criminal Rule 37

To the extent required by Article I, Section 10a of the Ohio Constitution or by the Revised Code, the trial court shall ensure that the alleged victim, upon request, be given notice of all public proceedings involving the alleged criminal offense against the victim and the opportunity to be present at all such proceedings. In this regard, the trial court may direct the prosecuting attorney to provide such notice to the alleged victim.

To the extent required by Article I, Section 10a of the Ohio Constitution or by the Revised Code, the trial court shall, upon request, provide the alleged victim the opportunity to be heard in any public proceeding in which a right of the alleged victim is implicated, including but not limited to public proceedings involving release, plea, sentencing, or disposition.  

Notice to Victims of crimes being prosecuted in the Common Pleas Court, of Auglaize County, Ohio, Criminal Division:

If you wish to be given notice of all public proceedings involving the alleged criminal offense against you and the opportunity to be present at all such proceedings, you must request notice of all public proceedings in writing, and file it with the Clerk of Courts of Auglaize County, Ohio.  You will then be notified by the Prosecuting Attorney’s office of the date and time of all such public proceedings.  All such public proceedings will be held in the Auglaize County Courthouse in a courtroom designated at that time based upon availability of such courtroom.  Such hearings are normally held in the Common Pleas Courtroom located on the second floor at the North end of the courthouse, but could be assigned to another courtroom within the courthouse.  You may check with the Courthouse Deputy Sheriffs at the entrance for the location to confirm. 

Notice to Victims

Criminal Rule 37

To the extent required by Article I, Section 10a of the Ohio Constitution or by the Revised Code, the trial court shall ensure that the alleged victim, upon request, be given notice of all public proceedings involving the alleged criminal offense against the victim and the opportunity to be present at all such proceedings. In this regard, the trial court may direct the prosecuting attorney to provide such notice to the alleged victim.

To the extent required by Article I, Section 10a of the Ohio Constitution or by the Revised Code, the trial court shall, upon request, provide the alleged victim the opportunity to be heard in any public proceeding in which a right of the alleged victim is implicated, including but not limited to public proceedings involving release, plea, sentencing, or disposition.  

Notice to Victims of crimes being prosecuted in the Common Pleas Court, of Auglaize County, Ohio, Criminal Division:

If you wish to be given notice of all public proceedings involving the alleged criminal offense against you and the opportunity to be present at all such proceedings, you must request notice of all public proceedings in writing, and file it with the Clerk of Courts of Auglaize County, Ohio.  You will then be notified by the Prosecuting Attorney’s office of the date and time of all such public proceedings.  All such public proceedings will be held in the Auglaize County Courthouse in a courtroom designated at that time based upon availability of such courtroom.  Such hearings are normally held in the Common Pleas Courtroom located on the second floor at the North end of the courthouse, but could be assigned to another courtroom within the courthouse.  You may check with the Courthouse Deputy Sheriffs at the entrance for the location to confirm.