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Rule 120-1-13 | Reimbursement to the counties in capital cases.

 

(A) Lead counsel and co-counsel must be certified by the Ohio supreme court commission on appointment of counsel in capital cases.

(B) All other provisions of the Ohio supreme court rules for appointment of counsel in capital cases must be followed by the appointing court, board of county commissioners, and attorneys appointed in the case.

(C) If an attorney is initially retained by a defendant and later requests to be appointed by the court, that attorney must be certified by the Ohio supreme court commission on appointment of counsel in capital cases.

(D) If an attorney is providing representation pro bono or pro hac vice and requests an expert at government expense, that attorney or co-counsel must be certified by the Ohio supreme court commission on appointment of counsel in capital cases.

Supplemental Information

Authorized By: 120.03(B)
Amplifies: R.C. 120.03(B), R.C. 120.18(A), R.C. 120.28(A), R.C. 120.33(A), R.C. 120.34, R.C. 120.35, R.C. 2941.51
Five Year Review Date: 12/1/2020
Prior Effective Dates: 10/6/1988, 1/1/2000, 10/9/2009, 12/1/2015