If you need consumer legal information in Canton and Stark County, there are numerous online and in-library resources available.
October 23, 2013 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Legal Resources In Canton And Stark County
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People in the Canton area have several sources of online legal information available to them. Of course, websites cannot take the place of legal advice from an Ohio attorney. However, they can get people started when they are thinking about legal matters and give them a sense of the questions to ask a professional when discussing their issues.
Law libraries are a great source of information, and residents of Stark County have access to a significant resource in the Stark County Law Library. Librarians are on hand to help with legal research, although they cannot provide legal advice.
In addition to receiving help with legal research, people in Canton and beyond can use the links on the law library's website to access a wide range of information. Using these links, visitors to the library website can obtain information about individuals incarcerated in Ohio, township ordinances, court rules for Stark County and elsewhere, and links to numerous state agencies.
The website also provides links to Canton municipal code, the Ohio Revised Code and appellate cases from the Fifth District of Ohio. Links such as these and others allow users to conduct research outside the library.
The Stark County District Library also provides online services, although many require the user to have a library barcode. One useful resource is Law Depot, a database of legal forms from Ohio and the entire country.
Nearby libraries include the Columbiana County Law Library in Lisbon. Its website provides many useful links to databases and other websites, none of which require authentication or a password to use. Tuscarawas County Law Library's website has similar features, with links to local court information and other resources.
The Stark County Bar Association's website also provides links to legal resources for Stark County and the state of Ohio.
The local paper, the Canton Repository, has a website that offers full text searching, allowing visitors to find stories about crime, the courts, the police and any other topic they wish.
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