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In re J.D. 1-22-20The trial court did not err by overruling the delinquent child's motion to suppress. The trial court did not err by overruling the delinquent child's motion for mistrial or with respect to its evidentiary determination involving the redaction of State's Exhibit 55 (J.D.'s edited interview). The trial court did not err in its evidentiary determination related to D.J.'s dying declaration. The delinquent child's adjudication is not based upon insufficient evidence nor is it against the manifest weight of the evidence. The trial court did not err by not merging the delinquent child's aggravated murder and aggravated robbery adjudications and convictions for purposes of disposition and sentencing. Judgment affirmed.ZimmermanAllen 1/30/2023 1/30/2023 2023-Ohio-250
Williams v. Shawnee Twp. 1-22-34The trial court did not err by granting summary judgment in favor of the defendants-appellees because the defendants-appellees are entitled to political-subdivision immunity under R.C. Chapter 2744.ZimmermanAllen 1/30/2023 1/30/2023 2023-Ohio-251
Williams v. Shawnee Twp. 1-22-35The trial court did not err by granting summary judgment in favor of defendants-appellees because there is no genuine issue of material fact that the defendants-appellees did not negligently fail to procure an insurance policy for the plaintiff-appellant that contained uninsured-motorist coverage.ZimmermanAllen 1/30/2023 1/30/2023 2023-Ohio-252
State v. Stewart 9-21-36Defendant-appellant's aggravated-possession-of-drugs conviction is supported by sufficient evidence. Defendant-appellant's aggravated-possession-of-drugs conviction is not against the manifest weight of the evidence.MillerMarion 1/30/2023 1/30/2023 2023-Ohio-253
State v. Survilla 15-22-02Because the defendant-appellant’s sentence is within the sentencing range and the trial court considered the purposes and principles of felony sentencing set forth under R.C. 2929.11 and 2929.12, her sentence is not contrary to law.ZimmermanVan Wert 1/30/2023 1/30/2023 2023-Ohio-255
State v. Runion 16-22-07To impose consecutive sentences, a trial court must make the findings required by R.C. 2929.14(C)(4). An appellate court will conclude these findings are supported by the record as long as it can determine that the trial court performed the correct analysis and can determine that the record contains some evidence to support these findings.WillamowskiWyandot 1/30/2023 1/30/2023 2023-Ohio-254
State v. Steele 4-22-06 & 4-22-07The trial court did not err by denying defendant-appellant's motions to withdraw his no-contest pleas.MillerDefiance 1/23/2023 1/23/2023 2023-Ohio-178
State v. Oberly 8-22-14, 8-22-15, 8-22-16, 8-22-17Appeals in 8-22-14 and 8-22-15 are dismissed as the assignment of error challenging the imposition of consecutive sentences does not apply to those cases when no consecutive sentences were imposed. The record supports the findings used to impose consecutive sentences in 8-22-16 and 8-22-17.WillamowskiLogan 1/23/2023 1/23/2023 2023-Ohio-179
State v. Alexander 1-22-11The trial court did not commit plain error by admitting the defendant-appellant's confessions since corpus delicti was satisfied. Defendant-appellant’s argument that trial counsel is ineffective is preempted by our determinations in his first assignment of error. The trial court did not err by merging Count One (rape) and Count Two (sexual battery). Judgment affirmed.ZimmermanAllen 1/17/2023 1/17/2023 2023-Ohio-123
State v. Mayo 1-22-28The trial court did not err by denying defendant-appellant's motions to suppress evidence.MillerAllen 1/17/2023 1/17/2023 2023-Ohio-124
State v. Buchanan 14-22-09Sufficiency of the Evidence; Extortion; Valuable Thing or Benefit. Sufficient evidence was presented to convict appellant of extortion in violation of R.C. 2905.11(A)(5).MillerUnion 1/17/2023 1/17/2023 2023-Ohio-125
State v. Nash 16-22-06Trial court did not err in denying bail to appellant when factual findings that appellant was a danger to the community and no conditions could prevent the risk were supported by the record.WillamowskiWyandot 1/9/2023 1/9/2023 2023-Ohio-51
State v. Greenawalt 9-22-43The trial court did not err by denying defendant-appellant bail. Judgment affirmed.ZimmermanMarion 1/9/2023 1/9/2023 2023-Ohio-50
State v. Canankamp 2-22-02Defendant-appellant’s assault, falsification, theft, criminal-damaging, and criminal-trespassing convictions are based on sufficient evidence and not against the manifest weight of the evidence. The trial court did not abuse its discretion by excluding police reports, medical records, and text messages as inadmissible hearsay. The trial court did not abuse its discretion by concluding that no Crim.R. 16 violation occurred.ZimmermanAuglaize 1/9/2023 1/9/2023 2023-Ohio-43