Law’s Jonathan Entin explains the logistical obstacles involved in removing an elected official from office

Removing a sitting commissioner from office is a lengthy, potentially expensive process

Elyria Chronicle-Telegram: Jonathan L. Entin, the David L. Brennan Professor Emeritus of Law and adjunct professor of political science, discussed the limitations on removing elected officials from office. Removal is made much easier if the elected official is charged with a crime; a recall election is also an option, but it takes time and money with no guarantee of success, Entin said.