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Ohio Revised Code - Title XXXI Domestic Relations - Children - Chapter 3113: Neglect, Abandonment, or Domestic Violence.

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  • 3113.01 to 3113.03 [Repealed].
    Effective Date: 01-01-1974
  • 3113.04 Sentence suspended upon posting bond.
    (A) Sentence may be suspended if a person, after conviction under section 2919.21 of the Revised Code and before sentence under that section, appears...
  • 3113.05 [Repealed].
    Effective Date: 01-01-1974
  • 3113.06 Failure to pay maintenance cost to agency.
    No father, or mother when she is charged with the maintenance, of a child under eighteen years of age, or a mentally or physically handicapped...
  • 3113.07 Sentence suspended upon payment of costs.
    As used in this section, "executive director" has the same meaning as in section 5153.01 of the Revised Code. Sentence may be suspended, if a...
  • 3113.08 Failure to comply.
    Upon failure of the father or mother of a child under eighteen years of age, or of a physically or mentally handicapped child under twenty-one...
  • 3113.09 Duties of trustee.
    The trustee appointed by the court of common pleas under sections 3113.04 and 3113.07 of the Revised Code, shall make quarterly reports of the receipts...
  • 3113.10 Humane society may act as trustee.
    A humane society, incorporated and existing under the laws of this state, and willing to render its services without compensation, may be appointed by the...
  • 3113.11 Amount credited convict paid to trustee.
    When a person is convicted, sentenced, and confined in a workhouse, under sections 3113.01 to 3113.14 , inclusive, of the Revised Code, the county from...
  • 3113.12 [Repealed].
    Effective Date: 07-12-1972
  • 3113.13 Naming trustee in mittimus.
    When a person is imprisoned in a workhouse or state correctional institution under sections 3113.01 to 3113.14 of the Revised Code, the name and post-office...
  • 3113.14 Continuing citizenship.
    Citizenship once acquired in this state by a father or mother of a child living in this state, for the purpose of sections 3113.01 to...
  • 3113.16 Amended and Renumbered RC 3121.08.
    Effective Date: 03-22-2001
  • 3113.212 Amended and Renumbered RC 3121.14.
    Effective Date: 03-22-2001
  • 3113.213 to 3113.218 [Repealed].
    Effective Date: 03-22-2001
  • 3113.219 Amended and Renumbered RC 3123.17.
    Effective Date: 03-22-2001
  • 3113.2110 Renumbered RC 3123.18.
    Effective Date: 03-22-2001
  • 3113.2111 Amended and Renumbered RC 3119.962.
    Effective Date: 03-22-2001
  • 3113.25 Notifying state retirement system of death of obligor.
    A child support enforcement agency that learns that an obligor under a support order administered by the agency who was a member of the public...
  • 3113.31 Domestic violence definitions - hearings.
    (A) As used in this section: (1) "Domestic violence" means the occurrence of one or more of the following acts against a family or...
  • 3113.32 Domestic dispute and violence problems records.
    (A) The sheriff of a county, constable or chief of police of a township, and chief of police of a city or village shall...
  • 3113.33 Shelters for domestic violence victims definitions.
    As used in sections 3113.33 to 3113.40 of the Revised Code: (A) "Domestic violence" means attempting to cause or causing bodily injury to a family...
  • 3113.34 Additional fee for marriage license used for financial assistance to shelters for victims of domestic violence.
    In addition to any fee established under section 2101.16 of the Revised Code for the issuance of a marriage license, the probate court shall collect...
  • 3113.35 Application to county for release of fees collected for marriage licenses and as additional costs in certain actions.
    (A) A shelter for victims of domestic violence may apply to the board of county commissioners of the county in which it is located...
  • 3113.36 Shelter requirements for qualifying for funds.
    (A) To qualify for funds under section 3113.35 of the Revised Code, a shelter for victims of domestic violence shall meet all of the...
  • 3113.37 Depositing unallocated funds in state treasury to credit of domestic violence shelters fund.
    (A) If in any calendar year a board of county commissioners does not allocate all of the funds collected that year under section 3113.34...
  • 3113.38 Fund allocation priorities.
    If a board of county commissioners or the attorney general receives applications from more than one qualified shelter for victims of domestic violence, and the...
  • 3113.39 Annual report by shelter.
    (A) A shelter for victims of domestic violence that receives funds pursuant to section 3113.35 or 3113.37 of the Revised Code shall file an...
  • 3113.40 Obtaining last known residence information.
    When a shelter for victims of domestic violence provides accommodations to a person, the shelter, on admitting the person, shall determine, if possible, the person's...
  • 3113.99 Penalty.
    Whoever violates section 3113.06 of the Revised Code is guilty of a misdemeanor of the first degree. If the offender previously has been convicted of...

Last modified: March 24, 2014