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State v. Glaze L-17-1269Sufficient evidence of sexual conduct to support conviction of rape of child under 13 where victim, victim’s father, and SANE nurse provided testimony supporting state’s position that appellant put his fingers in victim’s vagina. Jury did not lose its way in resolving credibility issues in favor of state. Sentence of life in prison without parole not disproportionate to conduct involved, did not violate appellant’s substantive due process rights, and did not constitute cruel and unusual punishment.MayleLucas 1/11/2019 1/11/2019 2019-Ohio-53
Hosang v. Hosang H-17-013The trial court did not abuse its discretion in failing to award appellant the negative equity in the real property, failing to divide all alleged business debts, and failing to classify a post-divorce filing purchase of a vehicle as separate property.PietrykowskiHuron 1/11/2019 1/11/2019 2019-Ohio-54
Toledo v. Whiting L-17-1133, L-17-1247Appellant’s conviction of violating a township zoning resolution was supported by sufficient evidence and was not against the manifest weight of the evidence. Trial court’s order that appellant reimburse township is vacated because it was entered without appellant having an opportunity to object and without a hearing. Appellant’s conviction of obstructing official business was not against the manifest weight of the evidence. Appellant failed to demonstrate that his actions were privileged.MayleLucas 1/11/2019 1/11/2019 2019-Ohio-56