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  All open cases and cases closed in past 180 days.
Case No.Case CaptionCase StatusDate
Accepted
Case Issue
2019-0900 State of Ohio v. Christopher Willingham OPEN 8/21/2019 Proposition of Law I: A court of appeals is divested of jurisdiction to sua sponte reconsider its own opinion, without notice, once an appeal is perfected to the Ohio Supreme Court
2019-0900 State of Ohio v. Christopher Willingham OPEN 8/21/2019 Proposition of Law II: In a sexual assault case, a defendant does not establish actual prejudice, for purposes of a claim of pre-indictment delay analysis, through the loss of any evidence that might bolster a consent defense. At a minimum, there must be a reliable indication that such evidence existed and could have been obtained, is non-speculative, and that such evidence was material and substantially probative on the issue of consent
2019-0898 City of Cincinnati v. Fourth National Realty, LLC OPEN 9/3/2019 Proposition of Law No. 1: Service on the Attorney General of a claim alleging an ordinance is unconstitutional must be made at the inception of the case pursuant to R.C. 2721.12
2019-0873 City of Centerville v. Michael P. Knab OPEN 8/20/2019 PROPOSITION OF LAW NO. 1: A municipality qualifies as a “victim” under the Ohio Constitution’s Bill of Rights, at Article I, Section 10a, known as Marsy’s Law, and is entitled to “full and timely restitution” when it is “directly and proximately harmed” by the commission of a criminal offense or act.
2019-0850 Diana Davis, as Administrator of the Estate of Jason Barry, et al. v. Montez D. Hollins, et al. OPEN 9/3/2019 Proposition of Law No. I: A heightened duty of a premises owner to warn or protect business invitees from criminal activity on its premises is not inferred based solely upon the occurrence of a previous violent crime on those premises, particularly a crime different in form.
2019-0850 Diana Davis, as Administrator of the Estate of Jason Barry, et al. v. Montez D. Hollins, et al. OPEN 9/3/2019 Proposition of Law No. II: Not all forms of violent criminal activity automatically become foreseeable. Otherwise, a business owner would become the insurer of a business invitee’s safety, an obligation the law does not impose.
2019-0838 Columbia Gas Transmission, LLC v. The Ohio Valley Coal Company c/o CT Corporation System et al. OPEN 9/3/2019 Proposition of Law No. 1: Ohio law does not permit reimbursement for preventive measures as damages before any tort has occurred.
2019-0838 Columbia Gas Transmission, LLC v. The Ohio Valley Coal Company c/o CT Corporation System et al. OPEN 9/3/2019 Proposition of Law No. 2: When a regulation provides a specific remedy for a violation of its terms, no plaintiff may recover damages not provided for in the regulation or enabling statute.
2019-0838 Columbia Gas Transmission, LLC v. The Ohio Valley Coal Company c/o CT Corporation System et al. OPEN 9/3/2019 Proposition of Law No. 3: Ohio SMCRA does not abrogate the validity of surface damage waivers as to commercial structures.
2019-0788 State of Ohio v. Gregory D. Anderson OPEN
(Held)
8/21/2019 Trial Court Erred to the prejudice of appellant in accepting a guilty plea, which was not made knowingly, in violation of appellant's due process rights.
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