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Attorney General DeWine Rejects Petition Submitted by Ohioans for Ohio

Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine today rejected the petition for a proposed amendment to the Ohio Constitution submitted by the committee Ohioans for Ohio.


Attorney General DeWine Seeks Consumer Restitution from Out-of-State Foreclosure Rescue Operation

(CINCINNATI) - Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine today announced a lawsuit against Ryan Zimmerman, Consumer Advocates Group Experts, LLC, and Advocates for Consumer Affairs Experts, LLC for violations of Ohio's consumer laws, including failure to deliver and failure to provide refunds for home loan modification assistance. DeWine seeks consumer restitution, injunctive relief, and civil penalties.
"In these difficult economic times, it is reprehensible for a company to target struggling consumers, take their money, and provide no assistance," DeWine said. "My office won't stand by and allow companies like these to prey on vulnerable Ohioans by promising help and delivering nothing."


Attorney General DeWine Announces Conclusion of Investigation into Complaint Against Wilberforce Trustees

(COLUMBUS, Ohio) - Attorney General Mike DeWine said today that his office's Charitable Law Section has completed an investigation after a group called the Concerned Citizens of Greene County made complaints against Wilberforce University. The CCGC alleged that the University's Board of Trustees violated their fiduciary duties.

"After a year-long investigation related to the complaints against Wilberforce trustees, our Charitable Law Section found no violations of fiduciary duties or applicable charitable trust laws," said Attorney General DeWine. "The investigation is now concluded."


DeWine, 45 Attorneys General Urge Congress to Reenact Federal Human Trafficking Law

Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine today joined Attorneys General from 41 States and 4 Territories in urging Congress to pass the Trafficking Victims Protection Reauthorization Act (TVPRA) by the end of the year. The request was made in a letter sent to House Speaker John Boehner, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, and other the leaders of the House and Senate.



Larry Carlton, 29, was convicted of Gross Sexual Imposition in 2002.  The offense happened in Toledo where his victim was a juvenile female.  Carlton is required to register his address with authorities once a year for at least twenty years.

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