On the afternoon of Monday, March 2, the Republic-Timeswas reporting that Ryan Martin was no longer the Monroe County assistant state’s attorney.
Court records show that an emergency order of protection was filed on Feb. 27 against Martin by his ex-wife to protect both her and their two children. The order of protection runs through March 18, when a hearing on the order is scheduled to take place.
In a previous story about Martin, the Republic-Timesnoted that while a teen, Martin had broken into a relative’s house and robbed a store, ultimately serving time in prison. There he earned a GED.
Following his prison sentence, he earned a bachelor degree from Webster University and a law degree form Liberty University. He worked a few legal jobs before being hired as the assistant state’s attorney in December 2016.
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