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2919.21 [Effective Until 2/11/2019] Nonsupport or contributing to nonsupport of dependents. (A) No person shall abandon, or fail to provide adequate support to: (1) The person's spouse, as required by law;
(A) No person shall recklessly violate the terms of any of the following: (1) A protection order issued or consent agreement approved pursuant to section 2919.26 or 3113.31 of the Revised Code; (2) A protection order issued pursuant to section 2151.34, 2903.213, or 2903.214 of the Revised Code; (3) A protection order issued by a court of another state.
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2919.22 Endangering children. No person, who is the parent, guardian, custodian, person having custody or control, or person in loco parentis of a child under eighteen years of age or a mentally or physically handicapped child under twenty-one years of age, shall create a substantial risk to the health or safety of the child, by violating a duty of care, protection, or support. It is not a ...
Terms Used In Ohio Code 2919.21 Another : when used to designate the owner of property which is the subject of an offense, includes not only natural persons but also every other owner of property. See Ohio Code 1.02
I have a 2919.25A domest violence M1 - what is that and can it be expunged from my records after a year? I violated the CPO I violated the CPO but the DV falls off after 7/9/13. I am being charged with violating my CPO.
M1 is a first degree misdemeanor, which is the highest misdemeanor in Ohio. The next higher charge is a fifth degree felony. A M1 charges is punishable by up to 180 days (6 months) in jail and up to $1,000 fine, this would also be in addition to court costs, and there is always other orders by the ...
Best Answer: If the person has been convicted or plead guilty to domestic violence previously, it is a fourth degree felony. If the person has been convicted twice before, a third degree felony.
While the elements of the statutes vary from state to state, generally a state must prove that (1) the defendant acted knowingly or intentionally; and (2) the defendant failed to provide support. The chart below outlines the type of crime and the maximum penalties available for criminal nonsupport in all 50 states.