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By the numbers: the death penalty in Ohio

​Some facts and figures from the 2018 Annual Report on Capital Crimes, recently completed by the Ohio Attorney General’s Office:


Q&A: Joe Morbitzer, Bureau of Criminal Investigation

What do you bring from your 33 years with the Westerville Police Department to your new role leading BCI?
Experience in cooperating with criminal justice professionals. Over the years, I have been able to develop relationships with these professionals, not just on a statewide level but also nationally and internationally. 


Q&A: Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost

What do you want Ohio’s law enforcement officers and firefighters to know about the kind of Attorney General you are? No politics, just results. You will be able to reach me. 


A letter from Attorney General Dave Yost

One week before the day I was inaugurated as Ohio Attorney General, Colerain Township Police Officer Dale Woods died after he was struck by a vehicle while on duty. On that dark and rainy night, Officer Woods had pulled a woman from a burning car, saving her life. 


Pike County gets $100,000 in help for expensive trials of murder suspects

Attorney General Dave Yost has presented Pike County with a $100,000 check to help pay for a notorious capital murder case in which eight members of one family were killed in one night.

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