325.11 Salary of prosecuting attorney.

(A) Each prosecuting attorney shall be classified, for salary purposes, according to the population of the county. All prosecuting attorneys shall receive annual compensation in accordance with the following schedules and in accordance with section 325.18 of the Revised Code:

CLASSIFICATION AND COMPENSATION SCHEDULE

FOR CALENDAR YEAR 2018 FOR

PROSECUTING ATTORNEYS WITH A PRIVATE PRACTICE

Class

Population Range

Compensation

1

1 - 55,000

$67,413

2

55,001 - 95,000

74,969

3

95,001 - 200,000

81,363

4

200,001 - 400,000

90,662

5

400,001 - 1,000,000

96,471

6

1,000,001 or more

100,040

CLASSIFICATION AND COMPENSATION SCHEDULE

FOR CALENDAR YEAR 2018 FOR

PROSECUTING ATTORNEYS WITHOUT A PRIVATE PRACTICE

Class

Population Range

Compensation

1

1 - 55,000

$120,549

2

55,001 - 95,000

133,941

3

95,001 - 200,000

133,941

4

200,001 - 400,000

133,941

5

400,001 - 1,000,000

137,194

6

1,000,001 or more

140,447

CLASSIFICATION AND COMPENSATION SCHEDULE

FOR CALENDAR YEAR 2019 FOR

PROSECUTING ATTORNEYS WITH A PRIVATE PRACTICE

Class

Population Range

Compensation

1

1 - 55,000

$70,784

2

55,001 - 95,000

78,717

3

95,001 - 200,000

85,431

4

200,001 - 400,000

95,195

5

400,001 - 1,000,000

101,294

6

1,000,001 or more

105,042

CLASSIFICATION AND COMPENSATION SCHEDULE

FOR CALENDAR YEAR 2019 FOR

PROSECUTING ATTORNEYS WITHOUT A PRIVATE PRACTICE

Class

Population Range

Compensation

1

1 - 55,000

$126,577

2

55,001 - 95,000

140,638

3

95,001 - 200,000

140,638

4

200,001 - 400,000

140,638

5

400,001 - 1,000,000

144,053

6

1,000,001 or more

147,469

(B)

A prosecuting attorney shall not engage in the private practice of law unless before taking office the prosecuting attorney notifies the board of county commissioners of the intention to engage in the private practice of law.

A prosecuting attorney may elect to engage or not to engage in the private practice of law before the commencement of each new term of office, and a prosecuting attorney who engages in the private practice of law who intends not to engage in the private practice of law during the prosecuting attorney's next term of office shall so notify the board of county commissioners. A prosecuting attorney who elects not to engage in the private practice of law may, for a period of six months after taking office, engage in the private practice of law for the purpose of concluding the affairs of private practice of law without any diminution of salary as provided for in division (A) of this section and in section 325.18 of the Revised Code.

(C) As used in this section, "salary" does not include any portion of the cost, premium, or charge for health, medical, hospital, dental, or surgical benefits, or any combination of those benefits, covering the prosecuting attorney and paid on that person's behalf by a governmental entity.


Amended by 132nd General Assembly File No. TBD, SB 296, §1, eff. 12/27/2018.

Amended by 131st General Assembly File No. TBD, HB 64, §101.01, eff. 9/29/2015.

Effective Date: 12-08-2000 .