J. Thomas Hodges was quoted in the Dayton Daily News in an article about subpoenas served on Hodges’ clients in relation to the criminal prosecution by the State of Ohio against former State Representative Peter Beck. Hodges filed a motion to quash subpoenas served on his clients that amounted to a fishing expedition. The scope of the subpoenas served is oppressive and unreasonable under Ohio law.

If you are a business or individual in need of assistance in responding to a subpoenas or other civil litigation matters, contact J. Thomas Hodges at 513-421-8454.

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