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Case No.Case CaptionCase StatusDate
Accepted
Case Issue
2016-1870 Rebecca L. Cyran v. Curtis P. Cyran OPEN 2/22/2017 "Does the collateral consequences exception to mootness apply to an appeal from an expired protective order when the appellant faces possible collateral consequences that may not be ascertainable at the time of the appeal?"
2016-1737 Rebecca L. Cyran v. Curtis P. Cyran OPEN 2/22/2017 Proposition of Law No. 1: The collateral consequences exception to mootness applies to an appeal from an expired protection order when the appellant faces possible collateral consequences that may not be ascertainable at the time of the appeal.
2016-1737 Rebecca L. Cyran v. Curtis P. Cyran OPEN 2/22/2017 Proposition of Law No. 2: There is a rebuttal presumption that an appeal from an expired protection order is not moot.
2016-1652 State of Ohio v. Juhan Brown OPEN 12/28/2016 Whether the post-release control notification of R.C. 2929.19(B)(2)(e) must include notification of the penalty provisions in R.C. 2929.141(A)(1)-(2), specifically, whether a trial court must inform an offender at the time of sentencing that the commission of a felony during a period of post-release control permits a trial court to impose a new prison term for the violation to be served consecutively with any prison term for the new felony."
2016-1395 State of Ohio v. Colton Dye OPEN 11/9/2016 PURSUANT TO R.C. 295352, MUST TRIAL COURTS WAIT UNTIL THE APPLICABLE STATUTE OF LIMITATIONS HAS EXPIRED PRIOR TO SEALING THE RECORDS OF A CASE DISMISSED WITHOUT PREJUDICE?
2016-1297 State of Ohio v. Ahmad Mobarak CLOSED
(Held)
10/26/2016 whether it was an offense to sell or possess controlled substance analogs after the enactment of 201 1 Am.Sub.H.Bl No. 64 but prior to December 26, 2012 when the legislature enacted a bill "to create the offenses of trafficking in and possession of controlled substance analogs." (Emphasis added.) 2012 Am.Sub.I-l.B. No. 334.
2016-1255 State of Ohio v. Mark H. Pountney OPEN 2/22/2017 STATE'S PROPOSITION OF LAW I: Because there is no "usual daily dose" of fentanyl, the State may rely upon the usual daily dose of morphine, the prototype drug for fentanyl, to establish the bulk amount of fentanyl under R.C. 2925.01(D)(1)(d).
2016-1252 Preterm-Cleveland, Inc. v. Governor John R. Kasich et al. OPEN 2/22/2017 Appellant State's Proposition of Law: The Ohio Constitution requires plaintiffs to establish standing for each claim, so a plaintiff challenging several provisions in a bill on one-subject grounds must prove standing for each provision. To do so, a plaintiff must identify an injury that is both concrete and particularized and actual and imminent. A plaintiff therefore lacks standing to challenge laws that may never harm it, that it may satisfy merely by sending a document, or that apply only to different persons.
2016-1236 Rebecca O'Hamill v. CareSource Management Group et al. OPEN
(Held)
2/22/2017 CareSource's Proposition of Law No. 1: A workers' compensation plaintiff may not dismiss a workers' compensation administrative appeal without the employer's consent where the employer is the party that initiated the appeal.
2016-1236 Rebecca O'Hamill v. CareSource Management Group et al. OPEN
(Held)
2/22/2017 CareSource's Proposition of Law No. 2: A plaintiff's voluntary dismissal without prejudice of a workers' compensation administrative appeal in violation of the statutory requirement of employer consent affects an employer's substantial rights in a special proceeding and is appealable under R.C. 2505.02(B)(2).
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