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This Order is in response to the recent outbreak of Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) in Ohio, in which there are multiple confirmed cases and in response to which the President of the United States, Donald J. Trump, has declared a national State of Emergency, and the Governor of the State of Ohio, Michael DeWine, has declared a State of Emergency in Ohio (Executive Order 2020-0ID) which, among other restrictions, limits large indoor gatherings. The Governor’s Declaration follows the Center of Disease Control and Prevention "Interim Guidance," recommending that all employers consider how best to decrease the spread of COVID-19, including the review of guidance from state and local health officials. Interim Guidance for Businesses and Employers to Plan and Respond to Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19), February 2020.
https://wwwIcdc.gov Icoronavirus2019-ncov/specific-grou ps/guida nce-busi ness
response. html (last updated February 26, 2020).
In response to this Emergency Declaration, Hamilton County’s Courts have authorized all Magistrates within the County system to continue all Civil and Criminal matters for a minimum of Thirty (30) days.
In light of the foregoing following these recommendations, it is HEREBY ORDERED that all pending cases, including any arraignments and trials, in the City of Sharonville Mayor’s Court are hereby continued to May 6, 2020, May13, 2020 or a date as determined by further order of this Court. This Court shall be in recess until that date.
Time is tolled until the next available court
Dated: March 18, 2020
Magistrate Steven M Tolbert