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In re J.R.F. 16CA701Probate court-adoption-plain error-trial court did not obviously err by failing to conclude that indigent parent possesses constitutional right to appointed counsel; current state of Ohio law does not plainly hold that denying appointed counsel to indigent parent in adoption proceeding violates equal protection or due process principles; trial court did not obviously err by failing to determine that Mathews v. Eldridge factors balanced in favor of appointing counsel in appellant's case.AbeleVinton 9/29/2017 10/9/2017 2017-Ohio-8125
In re J.M.P. 16CA702Probate court-adoption-plain error-trial court did not obviously err by failing to conclude that indigent parent possesses constitutional right to appointed counsel; current state of Ohio law does not plainly hold that denying appointed counsel to indigent parent in adoption proceeding violates equal protection or due process principles; trial court did not obviously err by failing to determine that Mathews v. Eldridge factors balanced in favor of appointing counsel in appellant's case.AbeleVinton 9/29/2017 10/9/2017 2017-Ohio-8126
Burchett v. Burchett 16CA3784Appellant forfeited any arguable error, and actually invited any alleged error, that might be associated with the trial court's decision not to hold a hearing on the appellant's contempt motion. Appellant (1) did not object when the court converted the contempt hearing into a pre-trial conference; (2) participated in the pre-trial conference; (3) responded to the appellee's motion to dismiss, and (4) failed to object, and thus acquiesced, when the court set the matter for a non-oral hearing. Generally, Ohio courts have recognized that a trial court does not abuse its discretion by not conducting a hearing on a contempt motion when no hearing was requested.AbeleScioto 9/27/2017 10/9/2017 2017-Ohio-8124
State v. Sanders 16CA25Court costs were mandated by R.C. 2947.23(A)(1)(a) and new statutory language provided by R.C. 2947.23(C) was inapplicable; and appellant's claims were further barred by the doctrine of res judicata.AbelePickaway 9/27/2017 10/5/2017 2017-Ohio-8088
State v. White 16CA3747Evidence was sufficient to support convictions for constructive possession of and trafficking in heroin.AbeleScioto 9/25/2017 10/5/2017 2017-Ohio-8087
State v. Persons 16CA16CRIMINAL - Because Appellant failed to provide a transcript of the proceedings we presume the validity of the lower court's proceedings and affirm.McFarlandMeigs 9/22/2017 9/27/2017 2017-Ohio-7879
Cummin v. Cummin 16CA19 & 16CA20DOMESTIC RELATIONS - Because trial court abused its discretion by disregarding the prior mandate in the prior remand, case is reversed in part and again remanded for limited purpose of determining how much of Appellant's income is imputed, and other issues on appeal are not from a final appealable order and are dismissed in part.McFarlandHocking 9/21/2017 9/27/2017 2017-Ohio-7877
In re B.M. 16CA12JUVENILE - Trial court did not err in dismissing Appellants' complaint/motion for custody of B.M. based on the record.McFarlandHocking 9/21/2017 9/27/2017 2017-Ohio-7878
State v. Wallace 16CA3754Appellant's appeal from the denial of a motion to correct sentence was untimely and the claims were barred by res judicata.AbeleScioto 9/20/2017 10/3/2017 2017-Ohio-8043
In re M.H.-L.T. 17CA12Permanent custody-trial court's decision was not against the manifest weight of the evidence; Ineffective assistance of counsel-even if trial counsel performed deficiently by failing to object to alleged hearsay statements, remaining evidence amply supports trial court's decision.AbeleWashington 9/19/2017 9/26/2017 2017-Ohio-7825
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