2006 Ohio Revised Code - 2907.11. Victim or offender may request temporary suppression of information.
Upon the request of the victim or offender in a prosecution under any provision of
sections 2907.02 to
2907.07 of the Revised Code, the judge before whom any person is brought on a charge of having committed an offense under a provision of one of those sections shall order that the names of the victim and offender and the details of the alleged offense as obtained by any law enforcement officer be suppressed until the preliminary hearing, the accused is arraigned in the court of common pleas, the charge is dismissed, or the case is otherwise concluded, whichever occurs first. Nothing in this section shall be construed to deny to either party in the case the name and address of the other party or the details of the alleged offense.
HISTORY: 136 v S 144 (Eff 8-27-75); 146 v H 445. Eff 9-3-96.
Not analogous to former RC § 2907.11 (RS § 6835; 69 v 10; 82 v 161; 95 v 561; 96 v 14; 98 v 3; GC § 12439; 100 v 5; Bureau of Code Revision, 10-1-53), repealed 134 v H 511, § 2, eff 1-1-74.
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