Vexatious Litigators Under S.Ct.Prac.R. 4.03

Vexatious Litigators

Rule 4.03 of the Rules of Practice of the Supreme Court of Ohio provides that if a party to a Supreme Court case habitually, persistently, and without reasonable cause engages in frivolous conduct as defined by that rule, the Supreme Court may find that party to be a vexatious litigator. The following is a list of persons that the Supreme Court has found to be vexatious litigators under the rule. Select the name of the individual to view, download, or print the order. You will need the free plug-in Acrobat Reader to access the order.

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