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Can anyone help me? I'm trying to see court cases in Franklin County Ohio? How can I do that? I'm thinking if National is not bluffing then there should be some of cases listed wouldn't you think? Thanks Reny

This will link you to Franklin County:


Franklin County Court of Common Pleas
Franklin County Court of Common Pleas, General Division
Franklin County Court of Common Pleas, Domestic Relations and Juvenile Divisions
Franklin County Court of Common Pleas, Probate Division
Franklin County Clerk of Courts
Municipal Court
Franklin County Municipal Court, Environmental Division

Sub: #1 posted on Fri, 07/25/2008 - 04:17

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What is the difference between a judege and a Magistrate ?

Sub: #2 posted on Fri, 07/25/2008 - 06:36

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From Wikipedia:

Magistrates are somewhat less common in the United States than in Europe, but the position does exist in some jurisdictions.

The term "magistrate" is often used (chiefly in judicial opinions) as a generic term for any independent judge who is capable of issuing warrants, reviewing arrests, etc. When used in this way it does not denote a judge with a particular office. Instead, it denotes (somewhat circularly) a judge or judicial officer who is capable of hearing and deciding a particular matter. That capability is defined by statute or by common law. In Virginia, for example, the Constitution of 1971 created the office of magistrate to replace the use in cities and counties of the justice of the peace, which is common in many states for this function

State judicial systems
In many state judicial systems in the United States, magistrate courts are the successor to Justice of the Peace courts, and frequently have authority to handle the trials of civil cases up to a certain dollar amount at issue, applications for bail, arrest and search warrants, and the adjudication of petty or misdemeanor criminal offenses.

Magistrates in Ohio
In Ohio, for instance, magistrates are appointed by the judges of many municipal courts, domestic relations and juvenile courts, and some courts of appeals and common pleas courts. In addition, to avoid any conflict of interest, most communities with mayor's courts have magistrates preside over sessions, rather than the mayors themselves. Ohio magistrates do virtually everything judges do. As in the federal courts, however, their actions are subject to review and either approval, modification or reversal by judges of their court. The exception is mayor's court magistrates, whose decisions are reviewed by either the county or municipal court of the county in which the community is located..[/quote]

Sub: #3 posted on Fri, 07/25/2008 - 06:43

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Thanks that was helpful!

Sub: #4 posted on Fri, 07/25/2008 - 06:57

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(Posts: 741 | Credits: 98.46) is a direct link to the Franklin County Courts website.

Sub: #5 posted on Fri, 07/25/2008 - 21:25

Ryan_N Ryan_N

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You can also telephone your local courthouse and ask if you appear on any court cases. They can do a search via your name and soc# I believe. Maybe that website does the same thing but I don't know.

Sub: #6 posted on Fri, 07/25/2008 - 22:24

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I've looked all over and I can't find where national has any cases, Buckeye Check cashing has some but none for National....HUMMMMM........

Sub: #7 posted on Fri, 07/25/2008 - 23:04

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Check out, NCC has cases listed on that site.

I used the word National Check Cashiers for Company Name on the right side of the screen.

Sub: #8 posted on Sat, 07/26/2008 - 01:53

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