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

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January 28, 2022

In Stevens v. Hill, the Court denied appellant Jeffrey Stevens’ request for appointment of counsel. 

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January 27, 2022

The Court dismissed State ex rel. Richard G. Johnson Co., L.P.A. v. Sheehan after appellant Richard Johnson failed to file a required merit brief.

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January 26, 2022

In League of Women Voters of Ohio v. Ohio Redistricting Comm., Bennett v. Ohio Redistricting Comm., and Ohio Organizing Collaborative v. Ohio Redistricting Comm., the Court ordered respondent Ohio Redistricting Commission to file a response, if any, to objections to the commission’s revised map no later than 12 p.m. on Friday, Jan. 28. 

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January 25, 2022

In In re Application of Dayton Power & Light Co. to Establish a Standard Service Offer, the Court ordered the parties to file a response, if any, by Jan. 31 to appellant Office of the Consumers’ Counsel’s request to strike materials not in the record submitted by cross-appellant AES, parent company of Dayton Power & Light, and strike the portion of the company’s brief referencing the materials.

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In State v. Jackson, the Court approved a request by the Ohio Attorney General’s Office to divide oral argument time with appellee Hamilton County Prosecutor’s Office.

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January 24, 2022

In Neuro-Communication Servs., Inc. v. Cincinnati Ins. Co., the Court denied a request by amicus curiae Queens Tower Restaurant to admit newly discovered evidence. The Court granted petitioner Cincinnati Insurance’s request to strike Queens Tower Restaurant’s supplemental brief as improper. The Court also granted an alternative motion to admit newly discovered evidence.

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The Court published official versions of 12 opinions, which were previously released as slip opinions.

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January 21, 2022

In Medina Cty. Bar Assn. v. Buzzelli, the Court denied respondent Russell Buzzelli’s request for a continuance.

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