Law’s Lewis Katz discusses Ohio’s laws from 50 years ago

Little-known law from 1974 could handcuff prosecutors in case of Cuyahoga deputy accused of blinding man during protest
cleveland.comLewis Katz, the John C. Hutchins Professor of Law Emeritus, discussed an obscure provision in Ohio’s laws that had been mentioned only once in court filings since it was enacted nearly 50 years ago—but is now being applied to a case involving 2020 protests in downtown Cleveland.