Case No. 2011-0230 State of Ohio v. Jason T. Carrick







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Is Prohibition Against 'Unreasonable Noise' in State Disorderly Conduct Statute Void for Vagueness?
9th District Court of Appeals (Wayne County)

ISSUE: Is the provision in Ohio’s disorderly conduct statute that makes it a criminal offense to cause inconvenience, annoyance or alarm to another by “ ... making unreasonable noise,” unconstitutionally vague and therefore unenforceable?
00:00:33Clarke W. Owens for Jason Carrick
00:17:05Latecia E. Wiles for Wayne County prosecutor's office
00:32:40Summation: Clarke W. Owens for Jason Carrick