The judge finishes the last legal challenge of the casino in Ohio

Since 2011, Ohio has been dealing with a legal challenge for gambling in a casino. 17 people who participate in the round table Ohio filed a lawsuit in 2011 against difficult amendments that were approved in 2009 and 2010. Most of the claims were rejected back in March, when Ohio Supreme Court ruled that legal problems did not have legal status. The final fight against the state ended this week when the judge made a decision in the case of Frederick with. Kinsey.

Kinsey argued that amendments to the state constitution, which allowed to play gambling were actually accepted in violation of its federal constitutional rights. Judge Chris M. Brown rejected Kinssey Monday, September 26, in court of general jurisdiction.
On the 11 pages of Decisions, Judge Brown stated that the court concludes the legality of casino amendments, as they clearly relate to the interests of the state in the regulation of games, and contribute to the state economic growth.

Kinsey was previously able to continue his claim against the state, since he argued that he had plans to create a place of play, so the court agreed that he could sue the law on legal grounds. Brown discovered that Kinsi’s claims were deprived of legality and he will not be able to succeed, since from the point of view of the law, the state has the right to give some companies in the casino monopoly.

Representative of the Association of Lawyers, John X. Obrall announced after this decision that the court sentence on the claim provides legal certainty for four slot machine casinos in the state and further justifies the legal structure for casino posted in Ohio, which is approved by voters, as well as General Assemblies and the State Casino Control Commission, if it’s not appealed.

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