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In re Guardianship of T.M.D.-D 20CA36motion to terminate guardianship; temporary guardianship; R.C. 2111.46; good cause; permanent guardianship; R.C. 3109.04(E)(1)(a); best interest of the child; clear and convincing evidenceHessWashington 9/15/2021 9/17/2021 2021-Ohio-3249
State v. Duckett 20CA3924Community-control sanction; technical and nontechnical violations; prison term; joint sentence not reviewable on appeal; ineffective assistance of counsel; court costs—special project fees; R.C. 2303.20; R.C. 2929.15(B)(1)(c); R.C. 2947.23; R.C. 2953.08(D)(1); Scioto County Court of Common Pleas Local Rule 13WilkinScioto 9/3/2021 9/9/2021 2021-Ohio-3110
Brisker v. Ohio Dept. of Ins. 20CA3925CIVIL-ADMINISTRATIVELAW-INSURANCE - Common pleas court did not abuse its discretion by finding Department of Insurance's order revoking Appellant's insurance license was supported by reliable, probative, and substantial evidence where: (1) Appellant stipulated to impersonation of a client and (2) evidence supported finding that Appellant knew or should have known document submitted to support his disability claim was forged; also, common pleas court did not abuse its discretion when it determined department's order was in accordance with the law and principles of due process; while there must be strict compliance with the administrative hearing process outlined in Chapter 119, Appellant provided no authority in support of his argument that R.C. 119.09 mandates that an order of the Department of Insurance must be mailed to the affected parties and their attorneys or other representatives of record simultaneously.Per CuriamScioto 9/3/2021 9/13/2021 2021-Ohio-3141
State v. McKinney 20CA17Bail Bonds; R.C. 2937.26, Forfeiture Proceedings; Surety; Liability; Show Cause; Good Cause; Abuse of DiscretionWilkinPickaway 9/3/2021 9/9/2021 2021-Ohio-3108
State v. Vulgamore 19CA3686CRIM.R. 33(B) - Trial court did not abuse its discretion in denying motion for new trial as untimely since a jury veredict is considered rendered when it is announced in open court, not when it is filed. Crim.R. 33(B).SmithRoss 9/3/2021 9/13/2021 2021-Ohio-3147
Goodman v. Goodman 21CA3740OBJECTIONS-CIV.R. 5(A)-CIV.R. 5(B)(4) - Trial court erred in considering father's objections to magistrate's decision, as father failed to include a certificate of service as required by Civ.R. 5(A); despite this error, trial court reached the correct result, albeit for the wrong reasons, thus the decision of the trial court is not reversed.SmithRoss 9/3/2021 9/15/2021 2021-Ohio-3169
State v. Simon 20CA14COMPETENCY-WAIVER OF RIGHT TO COUNSEL - Despite Appellant's claim to be a Moorish American National and his defense to first degree felony charges based on faulty syntax, there was not sufficient indicia of incompetency to warrant trial court's sua sponte ordering a competency evaluation; rather, Appellant's presence of mind to file documents and request continuances, along with his sometimes polite conduct and at other times uncooperative behavior, indicated a purpose to delay the proceedings; and based on de novo review of the record, Appellant's waiver of the right to counsel was voluntary, knowing, and intelligent where trial court attempted to engage uncooperative defendant who refused appointed counsel and refused effective colloquy with the court. SmithGallia 9/3/2021 9/8/2021 2021-Ohio-3090
In re D.F. 21CA5Juvenile offender registrant—R.C. 2151.83(A)(1)—when a juvenile court commits a 16- or 17-year-old delinquent child to a secure facility, R.C. 2152.83(A)(1) requires the court to defer classifying the child a JOR until the child’s release from the secure facility WilkinJackson 9/3/2021 9/9/2021 2021-Ohio-3109
In re B.P. 20CA13PERMANENT CUSTODY - Because the agency's motion to modify disposition to permanent custody adequately alleged that the child had been in its temporary custody for 12 or more months of a consecutive 22-month period, we reject the appellant's argument that the agency failed to give him adequate notice that it was seeking permanent custody on the basis of R.C. 2151.414(B)(1)(d); and the trial court's decision to grant the agency permanent custody of the child was not against the manifest weight of the evidence where the agency presented clear and convincing evidence that placing the child in the agency's custody was in the child's best interest.SmithAthens 9/1/2021 9/13/2021 2021-Ohio-3148
State v. Hughes 21CA1127allied offenses of similar import; merger; R.C. 2941.25; consecutive prison terms; maximum prison sentence; R.C. 2929.14; Marsy’s Law; no-contact order; Regan Tokes Act; not ripe for review; Crim.R. 11; guilty plea; voluntarily and knowingly; ineffective assistance of counselHessAdams 9/1/2021 9/10/2021 2021-Ohio-3127
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