11/8/21 | In re Waiver of Physical-Presence Requirement for Guardian Ad Litem ("GAL") Education Courses and Encouraging Remote Participation in Judicial College Education Courses

The provisions of Sup.R. 48.0(B)(2) and 48.05(A)(2) that require GALs to be physically present for preservice and continuing-education courses shall be waived, and GALs may satisy these requirements by remotely participating in these courses.
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January 14, 2022

Adams v. DeWine
Slip Opinion No. 2022-Ohio-89

January 12, 2022

League of Women Voters v. Ohio Redistricting Comm.
Slip Opinion No. 2022-Ohio-65

January 4, 2022

DuBose v. McGuffey
Slip Opinion No. 2022-Ohio-8

December 23, 2021

State ex rel. Ellis v. Cleveland Police Forensic Laboratory
Slip Opinion No. 2021-Ohio-4487

State ex rel. Ames v. Portage Cty. Bd. of Revision
Slip Opinion No. 2021-Ohio-4486

December 22, 2021

State v. Harrison
Slip Opinion No. 2021-Ohio-4465

State v. Misch
Slip Opinion No. 2021-Ohio-4477

December 21, 2021

Cleveland Elec. Illum. Co. v. Cleveland
Slip Opinion No. 2021-Ohio-4463

State ex rel. Ogle v. Hocking Cty. Common Pleas Court
Slip Opinion No. 2021-Ohio-4453

December 16, 2021

State ex rel. Ohio Stands Up!, Inc. v. DeWine
Slip Opinion No. 2021-Ohio-4382

December 15, 2021

Disciplinary Counsel v. Porter
Slip Opinion No. 2021-Ohio-4352

December 14, 2021

State ex rel. Maxwell v. Brice
Slip Opinion No. 2021-Ohio-4333

November 24, 2021

Snay v. Burr
Slip Opinion No. 2021-Ohio-4113

State v. Pilkington
Slip Opinion No. 2021-Ohio-4119

State v. Lamb
Slip Opinion No. 2021-Ohio-4120

State v. Baber
Slip Opinion No. 2021-Ohio-4121

November 23, 2021

Maternal Grandmother v. Hamilton Cty. Dept. of Job & Family Servs.
Slip Opinion No. 2021-Ohio-4096

Cleveland Metro. Bar Assn. v. Morton
Slip Opinion No. 2021-Ohio-4095

State ex rel. Roberts v. Hatheway
Slip Opinion No. 2021-Ohio-4097

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January 20, 2022

In State v. Hansard, the Court allowed the Ohio Prosecuting Attorneys Association to participate in oral arguments and share time allotted to appellee state of Ohio.

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January 19, 2022

In Neuro-Communication Servs., Inc. v. Cincinnati Ins. Co., the Court ordered any response to petitioner Cincinnati Insurance’s motion to strike Queens Tower Restaurant Group’s supplemental brief and alternative motion to admit newly discovered evidence to be filed no later than 9 a.m. on Jan. 24.

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In Cincinnati Bar Assn. v. Burgess, the Court found Andrew Burgess of Bellevue, Washington, in contempt for failure to comply with disciplinary proceedings.

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January 18, 2022

The Court accepted State v. Ramsden for review and will hold it pending a decision in State v. Nicholas

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January 14, 2022

In Adams v. DeWine, the Court invalidated the Ohio General Assembly bill that reapportioned Ohio’s 15 U.S. House districts, because the resulting congressional-district map violated the partisan gerrymandering prohibitions contained in the Ohio Constitution. (Also 2021-1449.)

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In Patterson v. American Family Ins. Co., the Court found appellee Laura Patterson’s memorandum in response exceeded the 15-page limit and struck pages 16 through 30 of the memo.

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January 13, 2022

In State v. Brasher, the Court agreed with the parties’ request to supplement the record with transcripts of appellee Kyle Brasher’s sentencing and restitution hearings, and a sealed copy of Brasher’s presentence-investigation report.

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January 12, 2022

In League of Women Voters of Ohio v. Ohio Redistricting Comm., the Court ruled new maps for Ohio House and Senate districts must be re-drawn because the current maps do not meet voter-approved provisions of the Ohio Constitution. (Also 2021-1198 and 2021-1210.)

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In Ohio State Bar Assn. v. Botts, the Court gave respondents Terrance Botts and his related businesses, Tort Division and Tortsrus, 10 days to show cause why they should not be held in contempt for failing to comply with a subpoena issued by Board on the Unauthorized Practice of Law.

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January 11, 2022

The Court did not accept State v. Drake for review.

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