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Harold E. Specht ...
Harold E. Specht Jr.
Earlier that same day, Harold E. Specht Jr.
, filed petitions for the Common Pleas Court seat occupied by Ronald Vettle.
Specht has been a county prosecutor for 12 years, and has served as chief assistant prosecutor since 2008, according to a statement.
Previously, he served with the Marine Corps in the Gulf War, earning a Southwest Asia Combat ribbon.
He has earned degrees from Cleveland State University and Cleveland Marshall College of Law.
In 1998, while still a law student, Specht began work as a legal research intern with the Ashtabula County prosecutor's office.
As a prosecutor, Specht "practiced a hard-line, zero-tolerance policy on prosecuting criminals" and would be "tough on crime, a no-nonsense judge," according to the statement.
lives in Jefferson.
• Ashtabula County Common Pleas Court (term beginning Jan. 1, 2015) - County court administrator Marianne Sezon, Virginia Miller and Harold E. Specht Jr., have filed petitions; David Per Due has taken out petitions
Criminal Defense News 03/2008
The state was represented by assistant county prosecutor Harold Specht Jr. (Mar 4, 2008)
Harold Specht, chief ...
Harold Specht, chief assistant county prosecutor, said Wednesday he believed the precautions imposed by the court on Brown's release were satisfactory.
"We asked for a higher bond, but the conditions imposed by the judge were fair," he
Ashtabula County's Chief ...
Ashtabula County's Chief Assistant Prosecutor Harold Specht said she didn't know the involuntary manslaughter charge was coming down.
took part in covering up evidence," Specht
"The chances of flight are greater."
He recommended Ashtabula County Common Pleas Judge Alfred Mackey raise Montgomery's bail from $15,000 to $100,000.
When questioned by the police, Rice ...
When questioned by the police, Rice lied, said Harold Specht, chief assistant prosecutor for the Ashtabula County Prosecutor's Office, in his opening statement.
lied and he
lied again," Specht
"The reason he
lied is because he
purposely murdered his
baby to keep it from crying."
Specht said the jury will hear from police detectives, doctors, the coroner, as well as audio- and video-taped police interrogations with Rice.