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State v. Thompson L-19-1289Judgment affirmed where statements directing police were not impermissible hearsay, additional statements not prejudicial, and there was no evidence of record to support an inference of gang activity permitting mention in closing argument by defense counsel.ZmudaLucas 4/16/2021 4/16/2021 2021-Ohio-1344
Johnson's Island Property Owners' Assn. v. Cianciola OT-20-011unjust enrichment, duty of dominant easement holder to pay for costs to repair and maintain roadwaysDuhartOttawa 4/16/2021 4/16/2021 2021-Ohio-1341
State v. Richardson WD-19-091Appellant not entitled to jail-time credit in Wood County case for time held in pretrial confinement in Lucas County on a separate offense.OsowikWood 4/16/2021 4/16/2021 2021-Ohio-1342
State v. Rivera WD-19-085, WD-19-086Defense counsel was not ineffective for allowing defendant to plead guilty. Trial court’s sentence for the fourth-degree misdemeanor charge of domestic violence was well-within statutory guidelines and was not an abuse of discretion.MayleWood 4/16/2021 4/16/2021 2021-Ohio-1343
State v. Tingler OT-20-007Motion to seal and expunge criminal record.DuhartOttawa 4/9/2021 4/9/2021 2021-Ohio-1224
State v. Ahreshien L-19-1184Convictions for rape, domestic violence and abduction were affirmed where the state put forth credible evidence that defendant raped and physically abused his wife and that he restrained her liberties by restricting her to their apartment. Claims of ineffective assistance of counsel failed, either because they were inappropriate for a direct appeal or because they were premised upon defendant’s disagreement with counsel’s strategy and trial tactics.OsowikLucas 4/9/2021 4/9/2021 2021-Ohio-1223
In re Adoption of B.L. H-20-016Adoption petition by step-mother. No-visitation order by juvenile court. Mother's consent to adoption not required.DuhartHuron 4/9/2021 4/9/2021 2021-Ohio-1221
Kurzen v. Kurzen H-20-008Trial court determinations to overrule objections to the magistrate decisions on child custody and to grant parenting time were not abuse of discretion. Judgment affirmed. Shared parenting plan, shared parenting decree, allocation of parental rights and responsibilities, parenting time, abuse of discretionOsowikHuron 4/9/2021 4/9/2021 2021-Ohio-1222
State v. Moore L-19-1195Appellant’s motion to suppress was properly denied by the trial court, where the warrantless search of appellant’s automobile was justified under the automobile exception to the Fourth Amendment’s warrant requirement. Appellant’s possession and trafficking convictions were supported by sufficient evidence and were not against the manifest weight of the evidence.ZmudaLucas 3/31/2021 3/31/2021 2021-Ohio-1067
State v. Rink L-20-1049Appellant is not entitled to credit against his underlying felony sentences for the time that he was released on postrelease control, despite the trial court’s invalid imposition of postrelease control, because days on postrelease control when appellant was not physically held in a “public or private facility intended for penal confinement” are not considered “confinement” for purposes of R.C. 2967.191(A).MayleLucas 3/31/2021 3/31/2021 2021-Ohio-1068