State of Ohio v. Lucas

THE STATE OF OHIO, APPELLEE, v. LUCAS, APPELLANT.
[Cite as State v. Lucas, 100 Ohio St.3d 1, 2003-Ohio-4778.]

Domestic relations — Domestic violence — Individual who is the protected subject of a temporary protection order may not be prosecuted for aiding and abetting the restrainee under the protection order in violating said order.
(No. 2002-0925 — Submitted March 12, 2003 — Decided September 24, 2003.)
CERTIFIED by the Court of Appeals for Licking County, No. 01CA00100, 147
Ohio App.3d 297, 2002-Ohio-2514, 770 N.E.2d 114.

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SYLLABUS OF THE COURT
An individual who is the protected subject of a temporary protection order may not be prosecuted for aiding and abetting the restrainee under the protection order in violating said order. To continue www.sconet.state.oh.us/rod/docs/pdf/0/2003/2003-ohio-4778.pdf
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