Rule Change Permits Mediation for Protection Order Cases

Rule Change Permits Mediation for Protection Order Cases

A recent change to statewide judicial rules established a course for mediation regarding some civil stalking protection orders (CSPO). Prior to the enactment of Rules 16.30-16.32 in the Rules of Superintendence for the Courts of Ohio, mediation of protection orders was prohibited.

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