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Sheriff Zach Scott

373 So High Street, Floor 2B

Columbus, Ohio





Sheriff Scott took an oath to uphold the United States Constitution in 2011. Taking this oath is a 'rule' of the STATE OF OHIO as defined by the Ohio Revised Code. A detailed description of the Sheriff's qualifications, election and duties are available on LAWriter 311

The corporation (listed on Dun and Bradstreet) known as the STATE OF OHIO dictates what role the Sheriff has in the county. The Sheriff reports to the FRANKLIN COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS, headquartered in COLUMBUS OH. This body is another private corporation, as is the STATE OF OHIO.

The Constitution the Sheriff takes an oath to is the CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES, circa 1871. This Constitution was created by Congress as a corporation with the passage of the Act of 1871. The name was changed slightly from the Constitution for the united States to THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES. What the Sheriff did on July 11, 2011 was take an oath to uphold the Constitution of USA INC. Sheriff Scott does not work for the people who call Franklin County home, he works for the FRANKLIN COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS and the UNITED STATES corporation.

Here is the structure that Ohio Sheriffs are a part of:

Common Name
Corporate Name or Dun and Bradstreet Listing
United States
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Ohio
STATE OF OHIO
Franklin County Sheriff
FRANKLIN COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS also traded as FRANKLIN COUNTY SHERIFFS DEPARTMENT
Although the people of Franklin County vote for the office of the Sheriff, it is obvious that the Sheriff works for the FRANKLIN COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS, who determines the Sheriff Department's budget.