Ohio Constitutional Law: Erie County Common Pleas Court Judge Binette calls Monday 1:30 PM evidentiary hearing on case against Dr. Acton

Concurrent with yesterday’s filing by the 1851 Center for Constitutional Law’s suit against Dr. Amy Acton to reopen Kings Island and Cedar Point amusement Parks, we also filed a second suit in Erie County (Sandusky) to reopen Kalahari Resorts & Conventions Water Park.

That case was assigned to Common Pleas Court Judge Roger E. Binette. Today, we received the attached Judgment Entry from Judge Binette calling for an evidentiary hearing on Plaintiff’s request for Temporary Restraining Order and Preliminary Injunction. (See here and below.)

The Judge cautions both parties:

“Failure to appear may result in Court sanctions being imposed, including but not limited to, contempt actions.”

So, our attorneys and witnesses will be in Judge Binette’s courtroom Monday at 1:30 PM.

Kalahari’s resorts are America’s largest indoor water parks. Its Sandusky location has more 850 hotel rooms and a 225,000 SF water park, among dozens of other amenities.  It directly employs hundreds of Ohioans, and indirectly supports local businesses employing hundreds more.

Developments will be continuously posted on this web site and through our firms Twitter account: @FinneyLawFirm.

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