Top court finds attorney in contempt

COLUMBUS — The chief justice of the Ohio Supreme Court has found a former Youngstown lawyer, whose license the high court suspended, in contempt for failure to file an affidavit of compliance with a child support order.

On Monday, Chief Justice Thomas J. Moyer found Atty. Charles Curry, who now lives in Maryland, in contempt of court, for failing to file the affidavit in January 2007.

The suspension of Curry’s law license began in November 2004 and was renewed in 2005 and 2006, with Curry reportedly having owed $55,447 in child support as of July 2005.

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