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Fulton County preserves past, builds off it
Walk into the Fulton County Courthouse and history smacks you to attention like the rap of a gavel. It’s a splendid building with one of the grandest courtrooms in Ohio, if not the entire United States. Attorneys who enter the common pleas courtroom for the first time have been known to whisper with near reverence, “This is why I went to law school.”
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