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Butler County is named after General Richard Butler, an American Revolutionary War General, who died in 1791 fighting the Northern Ohioan Native Americans. Butler County was officially formed on March 24, 1803 from portions of Hamilton County and today is home to roughly 350,000 residents.
Butler County has been home to many celebrities. Such names include musician Greg Dulli, football coach Weeb Ewbank, football players Frank Clair and Cris Carter, basketball players Mark Lewis and Jerry Lucas, baseball players Charlie Root and Kent Tekulve and politician C. William Verity.
A number of Butler County residents are lawyers who are familiar with local and state court procedure. Lawyers in Butler County admit a broad mixture of cases, some typical examples include: chapter 7 bankruptcy, personal injury, child custody, and real estate cases to name a few.
Butler County Commissioners and Child Services have been named in a wrongful death lawsuit filed by the mother, Donna Trevino of Middletown, of a 3 year old developmentally challenged boy. The boy had been placed under the foster care of Liz and David Carroll Junior. The Carrolls allegedly wrapped the boy in a blanket and packing tape before abandoning him in a hall closet for two days while they went to a family reunion in Kentucky. The boy had been originally moved from Trevino’s home, alongside two other children, by Child Service agents because she had neglected them.
If you have a wrongful death lawsuit in Butler County, you will be visiting the Butler County Court of Common Pleas in Hamilton which retains jurisdiction over all domestic relations cases, juvenile, estate, mental health, and probate cases. Butler County Court is responsible for hearing cases like traffic tickets, ordinance violations, real property cases that do not exceed $15,000 and small claims cases that do not exceed $3,000.
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Last Modified: 05-17-2012 11:44 AM PDT