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February 28, 2024

In Disciplinary Counsel v. Port, the Court found Gregory D. Port of Columbus in contempt for failure to file an affidavit of compliance.


February 23, 2024

Blodharn v. Chambers-Smith


In Blodharn v. Chambers-Smith, the Court denied a writ of habeas corpus.


February 22, 2024

State v. Nicholson


State ex rel. Ware v. Beggs


State ex rel. Ware v. Galonski


In State v. Nicholson, the Court affirmed the death sentences of a Cuyahoga County man who murdered the two teenage children of his girlfriend.


February 21, 2024

State ex rel. Peterson v. Licking Cty. Bd. of Elections


In State ex rel. Peterson v. Licking Cty. Bd. of Elections, the Court declined to prevent the Licking County Board of Elections from conducting a Feb. 27 recall election for the village of Buckeye Lake.


In re T.D.S.


State ex rel. Barr v. Wesson


In In re T.D.S., the Court affirmed the juvenile murder disposition of a 15-year-old Cleveland boy for the 2019 shooting death of a 14-year-old boy.


The Court declined to review M.E.D. v. P.K.


The Court referred State ex rel. LeadingAge Ohio v. Ohio Dept. of Medicaid to mediation.


February 20, 2024

Disciplinary Counsel v. Adams

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Disciplinary Counsel v. Vick


The Court accepted State ex rel. Boggs v. Cleveland for review.


In Disciplinary Counsel v. Vick and Disciplinary Counsel v. Adams, the Court permanently disbarred Gary A. Vick Jr. of Parma and Dennis L. Adams of Hamilton.


February 16, 2024

Disciplinary Counsel v. Warner


In Disciplinary Counsel v. Warner, the Court indefinitely suspended Jason Warner from the practice of law after the former Marion County judge was convicted of felonies for leaving the scene of an auto accident.


February 15, 2024

State v. Palmer


Toledo Bar Assn. v. Driftmyer


In State v. Palmer, the Court ruled that a jury should have been allowed to consider the self-defense claim of a 71-year-old taxi driver who shot a passenger after an altercation regarding the fare.


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