(A) The lawyer general may straight bring an action to enjoin a breach of parts 1321.51 to 1321.60 associated with Revised Code with all the rights that are same privileges, and capabilities as those described in part 1345.06 regarding the Revised Code. The prosecuting lawyer of this county when the action can be brought may bring an action to enjoin a breach of sections 1321.51 to 1321.60 for the Revised Code as long as the prosecuting lawyer first presents any proof the breach to the attorney general and, inside a fair time period, the lawyer general hasn’t consented to bring the action.
(1) The prosecuting lawyer of this county by which a so-called offense may be prosecuted may initiate unlawful procedures under parts 1321.51 to 1321.60 associated with the Revised Code.
(2) In order to start unlawful procedures under parts 1321.51 to 1321.60 associated with the Revised Code, the attorney general shall first provide any proof of unlawful violations towards the prosecuting lawyer for the county when the so-called offense may be prosecuted. If, within a fair time frame, the prosecuting lawyer have not decided to prosecute the violations, the lawyer general may continue into the prosecution with all the current liberties, privileges, and capabilities conferred by law on prosecuting solicitors, such as the power to appear before grand juries and also to interrogate witnesses before such grand juries.