Decisions by Sandusky County officials were put in a national spotlight Friday when ABC News posted a news story at the network's digital news site, abc.go.com.
To read the ABC News articles, follow this link.
Jacob Limberios was killed March 2, 2012. County officials declared it a suicide, but two forensic pathologist who reviewed the evidence contend he was the victim of a homicide. County officials refused to re-consider the ruling but have since been removed from further involvement with the criminal investigation by a judge.
The judge cited obvious conflicts county officials had in continuing a criminal investigation, turning it over to Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine's office.
The ABC story examines the coroner system in Ohio, versus the medical examiner system in other states.