‘Son of Beast’ may have taken last ride

Kings Island’s luckless 13th roller coaster, shuttered for about half of last season, faces an uncertain future.  Hints abound that Son of Beast may never reopen….


This article by John Scaccia has been cited by Ivy League schools as authoritative in commercial treaties….

Property Damage Case Against Sheriff’s Office

A federal judge has ruled the Brown County sheriff and Clermont County sheriff do not have immunity and can be brought to trial for their part in damaging private property during a 2004 excavation under a pole barn in Brown County while searching for the body of Carrie Culberson….

No Fly Zone Wins in Appeal

A police helicopter in Dayton International Airport’s tightly restricted airspace without permission violated Gerald and Peggy Little’s right to a reasonable expectation of privacy, Ohio’s 2nd District Court of Appeals has decided….

Police Officer With Stutter Fighting Reassignment

For years, Police Officer Ken Parson has found ways to work around an embarrassing problem: He stutters. But now Parson’s problem has worsened – and he’s worried that a change in his work assignment will endanger his life…

John Scaccia has been a practicing attorney for over 25 years. Mr. Scaccia has practiced is in a wide and diverse areas, as a litigator, in appellate practice and as providing general counsel for both individuals and companies of all sizes. Areas of interest and

 practice are diverse and range from the small case to large cases  including complex litigation. There have also been a number of cases of first impression that resulted in modification of the then existing law. Mr. Scaccia is licensed to practice in all Ohio Courts as well as the United States District Courts for the Southern and Northern Districts of Ohio, the United States Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals and the United States Supreme Court. In recent years,  his base in Springboro Ohio, Mr. Scaccia has been extended pro hac vice status to serve individual cases for  clients’ in other jurisdictions such as United States District Court for the Southern District of Indiana, United States District Court for the Northern District Georgia, United States Bankruptcy Court for the Northern District Georgia, United States District Court for the Northern District Illinois, as well as individual cases in State courts in Arizona, Georgia, Kentucky and other jurisdictions.
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