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86 Ohio St. 3d 451 *; 715 N.E.2d 1062 **; 1999 Ohio LEXIS 2580 ***; 1999-Ohio-123
THE STATE EX REL. OHIO ACADEMY OF TRIAL LAWYERS ET AL. v. SHEWARD, JUDGE, ET AL.
Subsequent History: [***1] As Amended December 30, 1999.
Disposition: Am.Sub.H.B. No. 350 is unconstitutional in toto, and the writs of prohibition and mandamus as prayed for by relators are granted.
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