Case No. 2010-1660 State of Ohio v. Paul E. Palmer







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Did Trial Court Have Authority to Dismiss 'Adam Walsh Act' Indictment, Order Deleting Offender from Registries?
10th District Court of Appeals (Franklin County)

ISSUE: Did a trial court exceed its authority by granting a defendant’s pretrial motion to dismiss an indictment for failure to register as a sex offender pursuant to the Ohio Adam Walsh Act (AWA), and by ordering that the defendant’s name be removed from all federal, state and local lists of sex offenders, based on the court’s finding that the defendant was not subject to the registration requirements of the AWA?
00:00:40David L. Strait for Paul Palmer
00:11:34Steven L. Taylor for the state and Franklin County prosecutor's office
00:32:11Summation: David L. Strait for Paul Palmer