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Ashtabula County Republican Party calls for County Prosecutor Colleen O'Toole's resignation
**Important announcement** The Ashtabula County Republican Party Executive Committee has unanimously voted to demand the resignation of County Prosecutor Colleen O’Toole.
The Ashtabula County Republican Party Executive Committee has unanimously voted to demand the resignation of County Prosecutor Colleen O’Toole. We police our own and have found Ms. O’Toole’s actions as Prosecutor failing the expectations of our citizens as she has made Ashtabula County less safe, less secure, and less protected. Her broken promises and incompetent leadership have compelled the ACRP to publicly state she does not have the support of the Republican Party and our citizens. We instruct her to resign immediately.
You can view our 33 Page Resolution of grievances and supporting documentation CLICK HERE TO READ
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Updates will be posted at the Ashtabula County Republican Party website at www.ashtabulagop.com
Star Beacon Article Here
The executive committee of the Ashtabula County Republican Party has unanimously called for Republican Ashtabula County Prosecutor Colleen O’Toole’s resignation, according to a resolution provided to the Star Beacon.
The resolution passed on Thursday, cites a variety of reasons for the decision.
The first reason in the resolution is indifference for crime victims. It claims there have been multiple violations of Marsy’s Law by the prosecutor’s office. Marsy’s Law is an amendment to the Ohio Constitution which, among other aspects, requires that victims be given notice of public proceedings of criminal cases upon request, be given a chance to be heard in any public proceeding involving the release, plea, sentencing, disposition or parole, and be allowed to confer with an attorney for the government upon request.
The resolution claims victims of crime in the county have not been consulted regarding plea deals for defendants in their cases.
“Victims call the courthouse complex to complain they were never consulted on plea deals,” the resolution states.
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