A look at those due in court Monday, March 24.
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AMELIA, Ohio – A man convicted of beating his adopted son will go before a judge Monday.
John Kelley was convicted of beating his 9-year-old son and forcing him to stand outside a Kroger store wearing a sign that said, "I pee on my family if I don't get my way.”
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Kelley was convicted of child endangering and felonious assault in January. He faces two to eight years in prison.
His sentencing is set for 8:30 a.m. in Clermont County Court.