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State v. Patterson 5-20-32The trial court did not err on remand by dismissing the defendant-appellant’s motion to correct a void judgment because the trial court complied with our remand order in the first instance and the Supreme Court of Ohio’s holding in State v. Harper, 160 Ohio St.3d 480, 2020-Ohio-2913 is not in conflict with our remand order. Thus, the law-of-the-case doctrine is inapplicable to the case at bar. Moreover, the trial court did not err by dismissing the defendant-appellant’s motion to correct a void judgment on the basis it was barred by the doctrine of res judicata under the Harper decision, notwithstanding that it is in deviation from a statutory mandate. Judgment Affirmed.ZimmermanHancock 4/12/2021 4/12/2021 2021-Ohio-1237
State v. Vertrees 5-20-31The defendant-appellant's contributing-to-unruliness-or-delinquency conviction is based on sufficient evidence. The trial court did not err by denying defendant-appellant's motion to dismiss the complaint because it was not plain error to amend the complaint.ZimmermanHancock 4/12/2021 4/12/2021 2021-Ohio-1239
In re P.C. 8-20-39, 8-20-40, 8-20-41, 8-20-45, 8-20-46, 8-20-47Trial court did not err by finding that the children were dependent; trial court did not err ordering case plans into effect, trial court did not err finding that the Agency engaged in reasonable efforts; appellant was not denied a fair adjudicatory hearing; trial court did not err in ordering children to be immunized based on the evidence presented.ShawLogan 4/12/2021 4/12/2021 2021-Ohio-1238
State v. Kreischer 15-20-09The defendant-appellant's assault and failure-to-comply-with-an-order-or-signal-of-police-officer convictions are based on sufficient evidence and are not against the manifest weight of the evidence. The trial court did not err by imposing a maximum sentenceZimmermanVan Wert 4/12/2021 4/12/2021 2021-Ohio-1235
Schmidt Machine Co. v. Swetland 16-20-07If a litigant fails to respond to requests for admissions within the relevant timeframe, those matters are automatically deemed admitted.WillamowskiWyandot 4/12/2021 4/12/2021 2021-Ohio-1236
State v. Alvaranga 9-20-27The trial court did not err in determining that the traffic stop was supported by reasonable, articulable suspicion and in overruling the motion to suppress.ShawMarion 4/5/2021 4/5/2021 2021-Ohio-1130
State v. Berry 14-20-05To establish a conviction for involuntary manslaughter, the State must prove that the defendant caused the death of another as a proximate result of the offender's committing a felony. To prove a conviction for aggravated trafficking in drugs, the State must prove that the defendant knowingly sold or offered to sell a controlled substance or a controlled substance analog.WillamowskiUnion 4/5/2021 4/5/2021 2021-Ohio-1132
In re J.C. 15-20-05; 15-20-06Trial court's determination that granting legal custody of the children to a maternal aunt was in the best interest of the children was supported by the evidence and was not an abuse of discretion.WillamowskiVan Wert 4/5/2021 4/5/2021 2021-Ohio-1133
State v. Queen 6-20-13Convictions were supported by sufficient evidence and were not against the manifest weight of the evidence. Further, burglary and breaking and entering related to separate buildings were not allied offenses of similar import.ShawHardin 4/5/2021 4/5/2021 2021-Ohio-1131
Evans v. Shawnee Twp. Bd. of Trustees 1-20-25The trial court did not err by granting summary judgment in favor of defendants-appellees because plaintiff-appellant cannot maintain a breach-of-contract claim against a political subdivision based on an implied-contract theory and because R.C. 2921.42(A)(1) does not express a clear public policy which would support a wrongful-discharge-in-violation-of-public-policy claim.ZimmermanAllen 3/29/2021 3/29/2021 2021-Ohio-1003
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