These are various legal actions I have been involved in.
Neinast v. Board of Trustees of the Columbus Metropolitan Library, et al. This was two separate lawsuits, one in Federal Court (on First amendment grounds) and one in State (Ohio) Court (on the powers of library boards of trustees). I lost both.
In the Matter of: Ian Neinast. The brakes on our car failed (low speed) when my son was driving it, and they wanted to charge him with failure to maintain an assured clear distance (along with the points on his record, etc.). That didn't seem right to me, so I pursued it (using what I'd learned on my previous lawsuits). And then all hell broke loose.
Neinast v. Ohio Expositions Commission, et al. The Ohio State Fair has a sign saying shoes are required, but they never officially passed a rule as required by state law. So I challenged it. And lost. Another special exception to the law when it comes to bare feet.
- Neinast v. Board of Trustees of the Fairfield County District Library. Maybe I'd have better luck against a different library. How the heck do you get judges to look past their assumption that shoes are required?