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Bonifield v. Bonifield CA2020-02-022The domestic relations court did not abuse its discretion in the manner in which it allocated the parties' parenting time schedule by awarding each parent nearly equal parenting time, nor did the domestic relations court abuse its discretion by designating appellee as their child's residential parent for school purposes where appellee testified that he would send the child to public school whereas appellant testified that she planned to homeschool the child during her workday as a dog groomer at a dog grooming facility.S. PowellButler 1/19/2021 1/19/2021 2021-Ohio-95
State v. Tutt CA2020-02-002Appellant is not entitled to have his guilty plea vacated for failure to comply with Crim.R. 11(C)(2)(a) where the trial court corrected its overstatement of the maximum penalty appellant faced under the Reagan Tokes Act for his convictions to two counts of rape prior to sentencing, provided appellant with the opportunity to withdraw his plea, something appellant indicated through counsel that he did not wish to do, and where appellant failed to show any prejudice from the court's overstatement of the maximum sentence. HendricksonPreble 1/19/2021 1/19/2021 2021-Ohio-96
State v. Henson CA2020-07-037The trial court did not err by sentencing appellant to serve 180 days in jail for each of the three first-degree misdemeanor offenses for which he pled guilty where the sentence imposed for each of the three offenses fell within the statutory limits for a first-degree misdemeanor and the trial court considered the necessary sentencing statutes prior to specifying the three sentences would be served consecutively.S. PowellClermont 1/11/2021 1/11/2021 2021-Ohio-38
Towles v. MillerCoors, L.L.C. CA2019-12-207The trial court did not err by instructing the jury on the eggshell skull rule, nor was the jury's verdict against the manifest weight of the evidence, where appellee proved by a preponderance of the evidence that the proximate cause of the injuries he received to his right shoulder were sustained while in the course of, and arising out of, his employment with appellant rather than the result of natural deterioration. Therefore, because appellee was able to prove the injuries to his right shoulder were sustained while in the course of, and arising out of, his employment with appellant, the trial court did not err by confirming the jury's verdict finding appellee was entitled to participate in the benefits provided to him under the Ohio Workers' Compensation Act.S. PowellButler 1/11/2021 1/11/2021 2021-Ohio-34
State v. McKinnon CA2020-03-039; CA2020-02-027The trial court did not err in awarding jailtime credit for two concurrent sentences, but not awarding the same jailtime credit for a sentence that was run consecutive to the concurrent sentences where the one-time credit reduced the entire prison sentence by the amount of time appellant served in jail prior to his sentencing. PiperButler 1/11/2021 1/11/2021 2021-Ohio-35
State v. Wilson CA2020-04-054Anders no error.Per CuriamButler 1/11/2021 1/11/2021 2021-Ohio-36
State v. Flannery CA2020-07-073Anders no error.Per CuriamButler 1/11/2021 1/11/2021 2021-Ohio-37