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Bey v. Rasawehr 10-18-02, 10-18-03The trial court did not err in finding that the evidence supported the petitioners’ request for a civil stalking protection order. Trial court’s specific condition on the orders of protection relating to the respondent’s internet postings about petitioners was not unconstitutional. ShawMercer 1/14/2019 1/14/2019 2019-Ohio-57
State v. Carpenter 13-18-16Defendant-appellant’s possession-of heroin, -cocaine, and –criminal tools; trafficking-in-drugs; corrupting-another-with-drugs convictions are based on sufficient evidence and are not against the manifest weight of the evidence. The trial court did not commit plain error by denying defendant-appellant’s motion for severance. The trial court did not err by denying defendant-appellant’s motion to dismiss the indictment. The trial court did not err by denying defendant-appellant’s motion to suppress evidence.ZimmermanSeneca 1/14/2019 1/14/2019 2019-Ohio-58
State v. McBeth 13-18-19The trial court has the discretion to permit the prosecution to ask leading questions of a State's witness on direct examination in order to allow the State to develop the witness's testimony. In this case, the use of leading questions on direct examination did not present a Confrontation Clause issue.WillamowskiSeneca 1/14/2019 1/14/2019 2019-Ohio-59
State v. Bickley 14-18-05; 14-15-06A trial court may toll a term of community control ordered in one case until a prison term ordered in another case has been completed.WillamowskiUnion 1/7/2019 1/7/2019 2019-Ohio-16