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Case No.Case CaptionCase StatusDate
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2019-1208 State of Ohio v. Christopher Keefer OPEN
(Held)
10/16/2019 May a reviewing court look beyond the four comers of the affidavit in determining whether a good faith exception to the exclusionary rule applies?
2019-1178 Kayleigh Bruns v. Marcus Green OPEN 10/16/2019 Does the termination of a shared parenting plan and decree and subsequent modification of parental rights and responsibilities under RC. 3109.04(E)(2) require first a finding ofa change in circumstances under R.C.3109.04(E)(l)(a)?
2019-1123 Timothy D. Gerrity v. John E. Chervenak, Trustee of the Chervenak Family Trust, et al. OPEN 10/15/2019 Appellant’s Proposition of Law No. I: R.C. 5301.56 Requires Strict Compliance and a Surface Owner Seeking to Capture a Severed Mineral Interest Must First Attempt Service by Certified Mail before Resorting to Publication.
2019-1123 Timothy D. Gerrity v. John E. Chervenak, Trustee of the Chervenak Family Trust, et al. OPEN 10/15/2019 Appellant’s Proposition of Law No. II: In Order to Satisfy Due Process and the Publication Provision of R.C. 5301.56(E), a Surface Owner Must Employ Reasonable Search Methods Conforming to Due Diligence Designed to Locate All Holder(s) of a Severed Mineral Interest.
2019-1028 Kayleigh Bruns v. Marcus Green OPEN 10/16/2019 PROPOSITION OF LAW: R.C. 3109.04(E)(1)(a) requires that a trial court must first make a determination that a change in circumstances has occurred, as well as a finding that a modification is in the best interest of the child and that one of the provisions of R.C. 3109.04(E)(1)(a)(i-iii) has been met, prior to terminating a shared parenting plan and designating one party as the residential parent and legal custodian.
2019-1027 State of Ohio v. LaShawn Pettus OPEN 9/25/2019 When a defendant is convicted of multiple theft offenses committed in the offender's same employment, capacity, or relationship to another, does R.C. 2913.61(C) permit the offenses to be aggregated where the victim of the offense is not an elderly person, a disabled adult, or an active duty service member or spouse of an active duty service member?
2019-0980 State of Ohio v. Ursula Owens OPEN 10/1/2019 Proposition of Law No. 1: Reckless homicide is a lesser-included offense of Felony Murder. A criminal defendant who has been charged with Felony Murder is denied due process, the right to trial by jury, and a fair trial when the jury is not provided with an instruction on reckless homicide, as a lesser-included offense of Felony Murder, under facts and circumstances which warrant that instruction, in violation of the defendant’s rights under the Fifth, Sixth, Eighth, and Fourteenth Amendments of the U.S. Constitution and Article I, Sections 9, 10, and 16 of the Ohio Constitution.
2019-0951 Craig D. Corder, et al. v. Ohio Edison Company OPEN 10/15/2019 Proposition of Law No. I: When a state court sets its own standards for methods that a utility can use to permanently maintain its lines, it usurps the exclusive jurisdiction of the PUCO to ensure that a public utility has adequate facilities to deliver electric power contrary to Corrigan
2019-0951 Craig D. Corder, et al. v. Ohio Edison Company OPEN 10/15/2019 Proposition of Law No. II: When an Ohio court improperly finds an ambiguity within a common word or phrase that frustrates the entire purpose of a utility easement, it fails to adhere to the important public policy of permitting electric utilities to erect and properly maintain adequate facilities to provide reliable electric service under R.C. 4905.22
2019-0939 Menorah Park Center for Senior Living v. Irene Rolston OPEN 10/1/2019 Proposition of Law No. 1: The Health Insurance Portability & Accountability Act (HIPAA) preempts a common law claim brought under Biddle v. Warren Gen. Hospital, 86 Ohio St.3d 395, 715 N.E.2d 518 (1999) for disclosure of protected health information where the limited disclosure was for the purpose of obtaining payment on a past due account, which is an “authorized disclosure” under HIPAA regulations.
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