Solet's legal battle just begins

COLLINS Even though he pleaded no contest to disorderly conduct last month, Doug Solet's legal battl
Cory Frolik
May 24, 2010

COLLINS

Even though he pleaded no contest to disorderly conduct last month, Doug Solet's legal battle is far from over.

The embattled superintendent of Western Reserve will fight to keep his job in early October. Then in the spring of 2009, he wages a fight in the courtroom for his name.

On Aug. 12, Norwalk Municipal Court judge sentenced Solet, 40, of Elyria to two years of probation and forbid him from having contact with a female Western Reserve employee.