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2017-0173 In the Matter of: The Adoption of P.L.H. OPEN 3/15/2017 PROPOSITION OF LAW: Whether a putative father "willfully abandoned" a mother during her pregnancy, under RC 3107.07 (B)(2)(c), does not include a requirement that the putative father failed to provide care and support to the mother
2016-1870 Rebecca L. Cyran v. Curtis P. Cyran OPEN 2/22/2017 "Does the collateral consequences exception to mootness apply to an appeal from an expired protective order when the appellant faces possible collateral consequences that may not be ascertainable at the time of the appeal?"
2016-1737 Rebecca L. Cyran v. Curtis P. Cyran OPEN 2/22/2017 Proposition of Law No. 1: The collateral consequences exception to mootness applies to an appeal from an expired protection order when the appellant faces possible collateral consequences that may not be ascertainable at the time of the appeal.
2016-1737 Rebecca L. Cyran v. Curtis P. Cyran OPEN 2/22/2017 Proposition of Law No. 2: There is a rebuttal presumption that an appeal from an expired protection order is not moot.
2016-1652 State of Ohio v. Juhan Brown OPEN 12/28/2016 Whether the post-release control notification of R.C. 2929.19(B)(2)(e) must include notification of the penalty provisions in R.C. 2929.141(A)(1)-(2), specifically, whether a trial court must inform an offender at the time of sentencing that the commission of a felony during a period of post-release control permits a trial court to impose a new prison term for the violation to be served consecutively with any prison term for the new felony."
2016-1395 State of Ohio v. Colton Dye OPEN 11/9/2016 PURSUANT TO R.C. 295352, MUST TRIAL COURTS WAIT UNTIL THE APPLICABLE STATUTE OF LIMITATIONS HAS EXPIRED PRIOR TO SEALING THE RECORDS OF A CASE DISMISSED WITHOUT PREJUDICE?
2016-1348 Capital Care Network of Toledo v. State of Ohio Department of Health OPEN 3/15/2017 Appellant Department of Health's Proposition of Law No. 1: Ohio's administrative rule, O.A.C. 3701-83-19(E), validly requires ambulatory surgical clinics to have written transfer agreements with hospitals in cases of "medical complications, emergency situations, and for other needs." The Director acted in accordance with that law when finding that an agreement with a non-local hospital is not adequate for "emergency situations."
2016-1348 Capital Care Network of Toledo v. State of Ohio Department of Health OPEN 3/15/2017 Appellant Department of Health's Proposition of Law No. 2: A challenged law can only be found to be an "undue burden" on abortion rights if a plaintiff makes a factual and legal showing of such a burden, and a court cannot sua sponte find such a burden when the issue is not raised. Ohio's transfer-agreement requirement is a valid health-and-safety regulation that applies to all outpatient surgical clinics, and it is not an undue burden.
2016-1348 Capital Care Network of Toledo v. State of Ohio Department of Health OPEN 3/15/2017 Appellant Department of Health's Proposition of Law No. 3: Ohio law does not unconstitutionally delegate authority in requiring all ambulatory surgical facilities to have written transfer agreements with local hospitals in case of emergencies or other needs, as the ultimate decision remains with the Ohio Department of Health.
2016-1348 Capital Care Network of Toledo v. State of Ohio Department of Health OPEN 3/15/2017 Appellant Department of Health's Proposition of Law No. 4: The General Assembly did not violate the one-subject clause by using the budget bill to streamline the rules for a state agency to grant ambulatory-surgical-facility licenses
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