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August 19, 2022

State v. G.K.
Slip Opinion No. 2022-Ohio-2858

August 18, 2022

State ex rel. Cunnane v. LaRose
Slip Opinion No. 2022-Ohio-2875

State ex rel. Anderson v. Chambers-Smith
Slip Opinion No. 2022-Ohio-2844

State v. Whitaker
Slip Opinion No. 2022-Ohio-2840

August 17, 2022

State ex rel. Grendell v. Geauga Cty. Commrs
Slip Opinion No. 2022-Ohio-2833

State v. CSX Transp., Inc.
Slip Opinion No. 2022-Ohio-2832

August 16, 2022

State v. Stutler
Slip Opinion No. 2022-Ohio-2792

State ex rel. Davis v. Sheldon
Slip Opinion No. 2022-Ohio-2789

August 11, 2022

State ex rel. Ames v. LaRose
Slip Opinion No. 2022-Ohio-2795

State v. Yontz
Slip Opinion No. 2022-Ohio-2745

August 10, 2022

In re Application of Icebreaker Windpower Inc.
Slip Opinion No. 2022-Ohio-2742

August 9, 2022

State v. McNeal
Slip Opinion No. 2022-Ohio-2703

July 28, 2022

State v. Brinkman
Slip Opinion No. 2022-Ohio-2550

Jones v. Foley
Slip Opinion No. 2022-Ohio-2551

July 27, 2022

Disciplinary Counsel v. Vick
Slip Opinion No. 2022-Ohio-2541

State ex rel. Mitchell v. Pittman
Slip Opinion No. 2022-Ohio-2542

July 26, 2022

State ex rel. M.D. v. Kelsey
Slip Opinion No. 2022-Ohio-2556

Senterra, Ltd. v. Winland
Slip Opinion No. 2022-Ohio-2521

Stewart v. Solutions Community Counseling & Recovery Ctrs., Inc.
Slip Opinion No. 2022-Ohio-2522

July 21, 2022

State ex rel. T.B. v. Mackey
Slip Opinion No. 2022-Ohio-2493

State v. Brooks
Slip Opinion No. 2022-Ohio-2478

Stevens v. Hill
Slip Opinion No. 2022-Ohio-2479

July 20, 2022

Medina Cty. Bar Assn. v. Buzzelli
Slip Opinion No. 2022-Ohio-2470

State ex rel. Barnette v. Hill
Slip Opinion No. 2022-Ohio-2469

July 19, 2022

Neiman v. LaRose
Slip Opinion No. 2022-Ohio-2471

Santomauro v. McLaughlin
Slip Opinion No. 2022-Ohio-2441

State ex rel. Jones v. Paschke
Slip Opinion No. 2022-Ohio-2427

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Aug. 19, 2022

The Court is no longer holding State v. Carlock for the decision in State v. Fuell, and is now holding for the decision in State v. Morris. The briefing schedule remains stayed.

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In State v. G.K., the Court ruled when an offender is convicted of a charge while other charges in the same indictment are dismissed, the offender cannot request to seal the records of the dismissed charges until all the records in the case are eligible to be sealed.

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Aug. 18, 2022

In State ex rel. Cunnane v. LaRose, the Court denied a writ of mandamus request.

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In State v. Whitaker the Court affirmed the death sentence of a Cleveland man who abducted and murdered a 14-year-old girl on her way to school..

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Aug. 17, 2022

At the request of relator Eriq McCorkle, the Court dismissed State ex rel. McCorkle v. Young..

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The Court declined to review Williams v. Kisling, Nestico, & Redick, L.L.C..

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In State v. CSX Transp., Inc., the Court ruled that federal law prevents enforcement of an Ohio law against trains blocking railroad crossings for more than five minutes.

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Aug. 16, 2022

In State v. Stutler, the Court ruled that a trial judge must loosen restrictions on supervised community outings for man committed to a mental health facility unless prosecutors prove that he poses a threat to public safety or any person.

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The Court accepted McCarthy v. Lee for review.

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Aug. 15, 2022

Because relators did not file a required merit brief by August 12, the Court dismissed State ex rel. Petersen v. LaRose.

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In State v. Hawkins, the Court appointed the Office of the Ohio Public Defender to represent appellant Tyrin Hawkins.

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Aug. 12, 2022

In State v. Gillum, the Court denied the motion to allow out-of-state attorney Farah Diaz-Tello to participate in the case.

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Aug. 11, 2022

In State ex rel. Ames v. LaRose, the Court denied a request for a writ of mandamus.

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In State v. Yontz , the Court ruled that an order denying a man’s motion to modify the terms of his intervention-in-lieu-of-conviction was not a final appealable order.

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Aug. 10, 2022

In In re Application of Icebreaker Windpower Inc., the Court approved the permit to construct North America’s first freshwater offshore wind-powered electric-generation facility.

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Aug. 9, 2022

In Gibson Bros., Inc. v. Oberlin College, the Court granted the motion for stay.

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In State v. McNeal, the Court reversed and remanded the case to the trial court.

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Aug. 8, 2022

In Disciplinary Counsel v. Swencki, the Court remanded to the Board of Professional Conduct with instructions to clarify the consistency, if any, between its finding that respondent Ronald Swencki’s “50 plus years of practicing law that is unblemished as a significant mitigating factor in this case” and its finding that respondent has been falsely claiming to have associates during that time.

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In In re Resignation of Salmen, the Court accepted the resignation from the practice of law of Gerald Salmen of Wyoming, Ohio, with disciplinary action pending.

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Aug. 5, 2022

In Cleveland Metro. Bar Assn. v. Morton, the Court found John Morton of Richmond Heights in contempt for failure to surrender his attorney-registration card.

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