Why is OUR Prosecutor Bambi Couch Page absent in the Brian Garber case?

Defendants in the wrongful death lawsuit concerning the deputy-involved shooting of Brian Garber are asking for the case to be dismissed. – Can’t ask to have case dismissed, how ever can ask for the case to move forward. 

Richland County Sheriff’s Office attorney Dan Downey filed a response to Garber’s wife Sara Knowlton’s lawsuit on April 13. He is representing Richland County; the Richland County Board of Commissioners; the Richland County Sheriff’s Office; Sheriff Steve Sheldon; and deputies Jeff Frazier, Andrew Knee, James Nicholson and Donald Zehner. – NOT POSSIBLE, the Sheriff and Commissioners ARE to be represented by OUR Prosecutor Elected or hand picked as this one was after her boss shot himself, the people STILL question WHY? – Let’s just say SHE LIKE HER BOSS are remaining silent, so WHY are we paying them and another lawyer to represent, it’s HER SWORN DUTY TO REPRESENT OUR ELECTED OFFICIALS – WAKE UP PEOPLE!!!!

Knowlton filed the original lawsuit Jan. 30, adding a ratification count on Feb. 4. – The lawsuit has been scheduled for a Case Management Conference at 9 a.m. June 2 in front of Judge Dan Polster in Cleveland. Parties are required to attend in person. – What the MNJ is LEAVING OUT is the initial response in writing from legal counsel, it was DUE 30 DAYS from filing date, meaning the ANSWER should have been made by end of business March 6th, not June 2nd – which by the way shocked Garber family when they read this article – Sheriff attorney answers Garber wrongful death lawsuit? – Say what? – There’s NO ANSWER HERE, just another date of wait and see while the people say…uh huh????

Guests of the Mansfielders Perspective group in writing to the Commissioners want answers to WHY OUR PROSECUTOR Bambi Couch Page is not representing the Commissioners and Sheriff, all of which are Elected Officials who by LAW are to be represented by OUR ELECTED PROSECUTOR – See below ORC 309.09

309.09 Legal adviser – additional legal counsel.

(A) The prosecuting attorney shall be the legal adviser of the board of county commissioners, board of elections, all other county officers and boards, and all tax-supported public libraries, and any of them may require written opinions or instructions from the prosecuting attorney in matters connected with their official duties. The prosecuting attorney shall prosecute and defend all suits and actions that any such officer, board, or tax-supported public library directs or to which it is a party, and no county officer may employ any other counsel or attorney at the expense of the county, except as provided in section 305.14 of the Revised Code.

(B)

(1) The prosecuting attorney shall be the legal adviser for all township officers, boards, and commissions, unless, subject to division (B)(2) of this section, the township has adopted a limited home rule government pursuant to Chapter 504. of the Revised Code and has not entered into a contract to have the prosecuting attorney serve as the township law director, in which case, subject to division (B)(2) of this section, the township law director, whether serving full-time or part-time, shall be the legal adviser for all township officers, boards, and commissions. When the board of township trustees finds it advisable or necessary to have additional legal counsel, it may employ an attorney other than the township law director or the prosecuting attorney of the county, either for a particular matter or on an annual basis, to represent the township and its officers, boards, and commissions in their official capacities and to advise them on legal matters. No such legal counsel may be employed, except on the order of the board of township trustees, duly entered upon its journal, in which the compensation to be paid for the legal services shall be fixed. The compensation shall be paid from the township fund.

Nothing in this division confers any of the powers or duties of a prosecuting attorney under section 309.08 of the Revised Code upon a township law director.

(2)

(a) If any township in the county served by the prosecuting attorney has adopted any resolution regarding the operation of adult entertainment establishments pursuant to the authority that is granted under section 503.52 of the Revised Code or if a resolution of that nature has been adopted under section 503.53 of the Revised Code in a township in the county served by the prosecuting attorney, all of the following apply:

(i) Upon the request of a township in the county that has adopted, or in which has been adopted, a resolution of that nature that is made pursuant to division (E)(1)(c) of section 503.52 of the Revised Code, the prosecuting attorney shall prosecute and defend on behalf of the township in the trial and argument in any court or tribunal of any challenge to the validity of the resolution. If the challenge to the validity of the resolution is before a federal court, the prosecuting attorney may request the attorney general to assist the prosecuting attorney in prosecuting and defending the challenge and, upon the prosecuting attorney’s making of such a request, the attorney general shall assist the prosecuting attorney in performing that service if the resolution was drafted in accordance with legal guidance provided by the attorney general as described in division (B)(2) of section 503.52 of the Revised Code. The attorney general shall provide this assistance without charge to the township for which the service is performed. If a township adopts a resolution without the legal guidance of the attorney general, the attorney general is not required to provide assistance as described in this division to a prosecuting attorney.

(ii) Upon the request of a township in the county that has adopted, or in which has been adopted, a resolution of that nature that is made pursuant to division (E)(1)(a) of section 503.52 of the Revised Code, the prosecuting attorney shall prosecute and defend on behalf of the township a civil action to enjoin the violation of the resolution in question.

(iii) Upon the request of a township in the county that has adopted, or in which has been adopted, a resolution of that nature that is made pursuant to division (E)(1)(b) of section 503.52 of the Revised Code, the prosecuting attorney shall prosecute and defend on behalf of the township a civil action under Chapter 3767. of the Revised Code to abate as a nuisance the place in the unincorporated area of the township at which the resolution is being or has been violated. Proceeds from the sale of personal property or contents seized pursuant to the action shall be applied and deposited in accordance with division (E)(1)(b) of section 503.52 of the Revised Code.

(b) The provisions of division (B)(2)(a) of this section apply regarding all townships, including townships that have adopted a limited home rule government pursuant to Chapter 504. of the Revised Code, and regardless of whether a township that has so adopted a limited home rule government has entered into a contract with the prosecuting attorney as described in division (B) of section 504.15 of the Revised Code or has appointed a law director as described in division (A) of that section.

The prosecuting attorney shall prosecute and defend in the actions and proceedings described in division (B)(2)(a) of this section without charge to the township for which the services are performed.

(C) Whenever the board of county commissioners employs an attorney other than the prosecuting attorney of the county, without the authorization of the court of common pleas as provided in section 305.14 of the Revised Code, either for a particular matter or on an annual basis, to represent the board in its official capacity and to advise it on legal matters, the board shall enter upon its journal an order of the board in which the compensation to be paid for the legal services shall be fixed. The compensation shall be paid from the county general fund. The total compensation paid, in any year, by the board for legal services under this division shall not exceed the total annual compensation of the prosecuting attorney for that county.

(D) The prosecuting attorney and the board of county commissioners jointly may contract with a board of park commissioners under section 1545.07 of the Revised Code for the prosecuting attorney to provide legal services to the park district the board of park commissioners operates.

(E) The prosecuting attorney may be, in the prosecuting attorney’s discretion and with the approval of the board of county commissioners, the legal adviser of a joint fire district created under section 505.371 of the Revised Code at no cost to the district or may be the legal adviser to the district under a contract that the prosecuting attorney and the district enter into, and that the board of county commissioners approves, to authorize the prosecuting attorney to provide legal services to the district.

(F) The prosecuting attorney may be, in the prosecuting attorney’s discretion and with the approval of the board of county commissioners, the legal adviser of a joint ambulance district created under section 505.71 of the Revised Code at no cost to the district or may be the legal adviser to the district under a contract that the prosecuting attorney and the district enter into, and that the board of county commissioners approves, to authorize the prosecuting attorney to provide legal services to the district.

(G) The prosecuting attorney may be, in the prosecuting attorney’s discretion and with the approval of the board of county commissioners, the legal adviser of a joint emergency medical services district created under section 307.052 of the Revised Code at no cost to the district or may be the legal adviser to the district under a contract that the prosecuting attorney and the district enter into, and that the board of county commissioners approves, to authorize the prosecuting attorney to provide legal services to the district.

(H) The prosecuting attorney may be, in the prosecuting attorney’s discretion and with the approval of the board of county commissioners, the legal adviser of a fire and ambulance district created under section 505.375 of the Revised Code at no cost to the district or may be the legal adviser to the district under a contract that the prosecuting attorney and the district enter into, and that the board of county commissioners approves, to authorize the prosecuting attorney to provide legal services to the district.

(I) All money received pursuant to a contract entered into under division (D), (E), (F), (G), or (H) of this section shall be deposited into the prosecuting attorney’s legal services fund, which shall be established in the county treasury of each county in which such a contract exists. Moneys in that fund may be appropriated only to the prosecuting attorney for the purpose of providing legal services to a park district, joint fire district, joint ambulance district, joint emergency medical services district, or a fire and ambulance district, as applicable, under a contract entered into under the applicable division.

(J) The prosecuting attorney shall be the legal advisor of a lake facilities authority as provided in section 353.02 of the Revised Code.

Amended by 130th General Assembly File No. 25, HB 59, §101.01, eff. 9/29/2013.

Amended by 129th General AssemblyFile No.33, SB 120, §1, eff. 9/30/2011.

Effective Date: 09-20-1999; 06-10-2004; 12-20-2005; 08-17-2006

 

I have also posted provisions for the uh huh people? There is NOTHING by Law that depicts ANY OTHER COUNSEL for these Elected Heads – PLEASE REFUTE STATE LAW IF YOU CAN!!!!

309.10 Provisions for other counsel.

Sections 309.08 and 309.09 of the Revised Code do not prevent a school board from employing counsel to represent it, but when counsel is employed, the counsel shall be paid by the school board from the school fund. Sections309.08 and 309.09 of the Revised Code do not prevent a county board of developmental disabilities from employing counsel to represent it, but that counsel shall be employed in accordance with division (C) of section 305.14 and paid in accordance with division (A)(7) of section 5126.05 of the Revised Code.

Sections 309.08 and 309.09 of the Revised Code do not prevent a board of county hospital trustees from employing counsel with the approval of the county commissioners to bring legal action for the collection of delinquent accounts of the hospital, but when counsel is employed, the counsel shall be paid from the hospital’s funds. Sections 309.08and 309.09 of the Revised Code do not prevent a board of library trustees from employing counsel to represent it, but when counsel is employed, the counsel shall be paid from the library’s funds. Sections 309.08 and 309.09 of the Revised Code do not prevent the appointment and employment of assistants, clerks, and stenographers to assist the prosecuting attorney as provided in sections 309.01 to 309.16 of the Revised Code, or the appointment by the court of common pleas or the court of appeals of an attorney to assist the prosecuting attorney in the trial of a criminal cause pending in that court, or the board of county commissioners from paying for those services.

Amended by 128th General Assemblych.33, SB 79, §1, eff. 10/6/2009.

Effective Date: 08-29-2000

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WHERE’S BAMBI COUCH PAGE? DID SHE ANSWER IN WRITING HER ANSWER IN 30 DAYS AS STATED BY LAW? – THIS HAS THE SMELL OF DEFAULT JUDGEMENT, THEY ARE TOO LATE ACCORDING TO THE MISLEADING ARTICLE IN THE MNJ.

 

***ONLY IN RICHLAND COUNTY CAN YOU PULL THE WOOL OVER RESIDENTS WITH LEGAL SHAM PROCESS.

DID OUR CLERK GET ANYTHING IN WRITING FROM THE PROSECUTOR DEPICTING SHE IS NOT COMPETENT TO REPRESENT OUR COMMISSIONERS AND SHERIFF?

 

Everything you need to know about this case – “Justice for Brian”

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12 Responses to Why is OUR Prosecutor Bambi Couch Page absent in the Brian Garber case?

  1. Grantw04 says:

    She even told Brian his son wasn’t his… Lol wouldn’t you be pissed?

  2. Grantw04 says:

    You are all fucking dumb… Sara has been with 4 men since Brian was shot… I KNOW… I WAS THERE.. To give any type of compensation to a pill head who didn’t even care for her own son who CANT WALK… And only checked him out after 2 YEARS!!!!!…somebody who I had to record hitting herself with a remote then trying to call the police on me? Lol the only person entitled is his mother… I’ve sent my voice recordings of her to the county… That’s why there is no justice… She killed him

  3. Oh I finally got to this blog. My focus on this comment is ORC 305.14 as was expected whoever refered to this statute obviously does not know his (ass)istant fro the hoe on the ground BAMBI. 309.09 states the prosecutor SHALL and this law states someoen to assit her becasue she cannot. That does not mean replace her stand in for her or override her. It means simply what it says she may hire more assistants as though ther are not enopught already. However and to do so she and the board of county commissioner muist petition the court in woriting as to why more assistants are needed/ Further a judge through judgment entry and only through judgment entry (civ. r 58) must allow for the asssssisssstant to be hire by any one.
    Can we the people maker it more clear that the prosecutor SHALL represent the people in prosecution the peoples elected officials, borads and agencies. if she thinks more asssitants are needed she need to get permission form the Judiciary not the borad of county commissioners her boss and executive branch officials.

  4. ROTFLMAO says:

    WellbI just showed up and shared it with your fucking bad self. Damn its funny because your copied and pasted it in your post but your still a dumb ass and couldnt read it or know where to research it. Well your drunken dumbass may want to keep going to your little cults law meetings to learn more about legalese or what ever you guys talk about. I bet you guys are the ones who started backpage.com and are having group anal or something along those lines. Have fun and may want to goto law school after you get fired for being back on craigslist after your boss said not too. Hate for him to get mad at poor old Phil again. Come find me as you have been trying for many years.
    Now I think you just got BITCH SLAPPED the good old fashion way…..hahahaha

    • Phil says:

      Nice! Now you are showing your ignorance to the law. This 305.14 is to allow the Prosecutor to get help, NOT TO BE REPLACED like they are doing here doofus.

      Now Drew Tyler who’s the fool here? Even you have a 6th grade education, so explain your theory where 305.14 supersedes 309.09?

      No where does this LAW say the Prosecutor can be relieved of duties. Can you explain your logic in this lawsuit how an outside Attorney can be hired in place of the Elected or in this case hand picked duties?

      You must be one of those Sovereign Citizen law analysts? Keep up the good work, soon they will be coming for you. Now you have me ROTFL!

  5. ROTFLMAO says:

    Well you forgot to post the reason why they were aloud to use other legal counsel. Its under the main part of the ORC 305.14 and this is the #1 reason that no one believes one fucking word your DUMB ass says on your copy & paste website. You must get bored beating your wife and drinking your life away to come up with rants.

    Ohio Revised Code » Title [3] III COUNTIES » Chapter 305: BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS – GENERALLY
    305.14 Employment of legal counsel.
    (A) The court of common pleas, upon the application of the prosecuting attorney and the board of county commissioners, may authorize the board to employ legal counsel to assist the prosecuting attorney, the board, or any other county officer in any matter of public business coming before such board or officer, and in the prosecution or defense of any action or proceeding in which such board or officer is a party or has an interest, in its official capacity.
    (B) The board of county commissioners may also employ legal counsel, as provided in section 309.09 of the Revised Code, to represent it in any matter of public business coming before such board, and in the prosecution or defense of any action or proceeding in which such board is a party or has an interest, in its official capacity.
    (C) Notwithstanding division (A) of this section and except as provided in division (D) of this section, a county board of developmental disabilities or a public children services agency may, without the authorization of the court of common pleas, employ legal counsel to advise it or to represent it or any of its members or employees in any matter of public business coming before the board or agency or in the prosecution or defense of any action or proceeding in which the board or agency in its official capacity, or a board or agency member or employee in the member’s or employee’s official capacity, is a party or has an interest.
    (D)
    (1) In any legal proceeding in which the prosecuting attorney is fully able to perform the prosecuting attorney’s statutory duty to represent the county board of developmental disabilities or public children services agency without conflict of interest, the board or agency shall employ other counsel only with the written consent of the prosecuting attorney. In any legal proceeding in which the prosecuting attorney is unable, for any reason, to represent the board or agency, the prosecuting attorney shall so notify the board or agency, and, except as provided in division (D)(2) of this section, the board or agency may then employ counsel for the proceeding without further permission from any authority.
    (2) A public children services agency that receives money from the county general revenue fund must obtain the permission of the board of county commissioners of the county served by the agency before employing counsel under division (C) of this section.
    Amended by 128th General Assemblych.29, SB 79, §1, eff. 10/6/2009.
    Effective Date: 10-05-2000
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    • ROTFLMAO re says:

      So, can you share the application that was filled out by Bambi depicting she is too incompetent to represent the Sheriff and Commissioners?

      You ALWAYS SAY PROVE IT, so where is the PROOF she filled out this application? Surely its on public record where you know the clerk safely keeps.

      Now BIG BOY, who got spanked? & please call my employer about craigslist. They won’t fire their #1 guy, especially over some clown who want identify themselves. Maybe you should study law, or you would know about the John Doe law where its against the law to post slander anonymously. Since you know the LEO’s personally you know they have a code of silence, right?

  6. Ther is the crux of the county government. the executive branch does not serve and they hide from complaint filed in court. I do agree to the fact that every summons allows only “28” days from perfection of service for the accused/recipiant to appear, answer or other wise defend. Those are the words of the people properly served by the people and not to be altered.
    the original complaint and summons to court is served by the clerk forthwith. that is as I have told many times the peoples voice and demand served by the peoples clerk, not the legislature not the judiciary and not the executive, but the clerk of court speaking for the people!!

  7. Phil says:

    People say there’s a provision yet NOBODY can share it while the people who don’t know the law say uh-huh.

    This County is under Executive Branch take over, are YOU going to stand for this?

    Where’s Drew Tyler, he/she says PROVE IT, yet cannot share proof this is not a legal sham process? – Now that’s ROTFLMAO!

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