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Judge Robert P. Ruehlman

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Judge

Local Address: Cincinnati, Ohio, United States
 
Background

Employment History

  • Common Pleas Judge
    Hamilton County
  • Common Pleas Court Judge
    Hamilton County
  • Position, Criminal Division
    Hamilton County

Education

  • Juris Doctor
    University of Cincinnati - College of Law
  • B.S. degree
    University of Cincinnati
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Faculty
www.aijinc.org, 9 Feb 2015 [cached]
Judge Robert P. Ruehlman
Judge Robert P. Ruehlman is presently serving as the Presiding Judge of the Hamilton County Common Plea Court in Cincinnati, Ohio. He has held this position since 1996. Before becoming a presiding judge, Judge Ruehlman served the Common Pleas Court as a judge since 1987. Prior to sitting on the bench, Judge Ruehlman served Hamilton County, Ohio in serveral different position dating back to 1977. He was a Hamilton County Assistant Prosecuting Attorney for 1 year in the Juvenile Divison. He later served in the Criminal Division of the Hamilton County Prosecutor's Office fro six years. He later became the chief assistant prosecuting attorney in 1984 and served Hamilton County for 3 years in that capacity. He received his B.S. degree from the University of Cincinnati and his Juris Doctor from the University of Cincinnati - College of Law. Judge Ruehlman has served an instructor for the University of Cincinnati, the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms and for the National Judicial College.
FILE - This Wednesday, Jan. 16, ...
www.monroenews.com, 20 Dec 2013 [cached]
FILE - This Wednesday, Jan. 16, 2013 file photo shows a pair of traffic cameras aimed on Vine Street, in Elmwood Place, Ohio. Hamilton County Common Please Judge Robert Ruehlman, who in March ordered a halt in traffic camera use, rebuffed arguments by the city that traffic cameras make law enforcement more efficient. He is expected to rule in Jan. 2014 on a lawsuit by motorists seeking nearly $1.8 million in refunds of speeding fines and fees from the the Cincinnati-area village. (AP Photo/Al Behrman, File)
FILE - This Wednesday, Jan. 16, 2013 file photo shows a pair of traffic cameras aimed on Vine Street, in Elmwood Place, Ohio. Hamilton County Common Please Judge Robert Ruehlman, who in March ordered a halt in traffic camera use, rebuffed arguments by the city that traffic cameras make law enforcement more efficient. He is expected to rule in Jan. 2014 on a lawsuit by motorists seeking nearly $1.8 million in refunds of speeding fines and fees from the the Cincinnati-area village. (AP Photo/Al Behrman, File)
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Hamilton County Common Pleas Judge Robert Ruehlman cited authoritarian regimes such as Cuba and North Korea as expedient, while saying the U.S. democratic system "can be messy."
"But it's a nice mess to have," Ruehlman said.
The Cincinnati-area village of Elmwood Place wants the judge, who in March ordered a halt to its camera use, to rule against motorists who are seeking nearly $1.8 million in refunds of speeding fines and fees. Attorneys for the motorists say Ruehlman should order the refunds without a trial, since he has already compared the speed cameras to a rigged card game.
Ruehlman said he will issue his decision Jan. 23.
Scandal-struck Allen makes way for Deters
www.enquirer.com [cached]
Aug. 27 - Hamilton County Common Pleas Judge Robert Ruehlman, a fellow Republican, calls for Allen's resignation.
Red Light Camera and Speed Camera CrimeLine
www.thenewspaper.com, 9 Dec 2014 [cached]
Hamilton County, Ohio sheriff confiscates illegally operating speed cameras following ruling by Judge Robert P. Ruehlman (view ruling). Outcome: Optotraffic drops lawsuit against sheriff. more
In Hamilton County, Judge Robert ...
www.timesbulletin.com, 25 Feb 2014 [cached]
In Hamilton County, Judge Robert Ruehlman has ordered refunds of fines and fees totaling some $1.8 million in Elmwood Place, but pending an appellate court ruling on class action status.
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