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2020-0625 State of Ohio v. Miquan D. Hubbard OPEN 7/1/2020 Does retroactive application of the violent offender database enrollment statutes codified in sections 2903.41 through 2903.44 of the Revised Code, commonly known as "Sierah's Law," violate the Retroactivity Clause of the Ohio Constitution, as set forth in Article II, Section 28 of the Ohio Constitution?
2020-0549 State of Ohio v. Albert Jarvis OPEN 7/1/2020 Whether Ohio's sub S.B. 231, "Sierah's Law," [R.C. 2903.42, et. seq.], creating a violent offender database, which became effective March 20, 2019, violates Section 28, Article II of the Ohio Constitution, Ohio's constitutional prohibition on retroactive statutes when retroactively applied to an offense that occurred before March 20, 2019.
2020-0544 State of Ohio v. Miquan Hubbard OPEN 7/1/2020 The retroactive application of Senate Bill 231—Sierah’s Law—is unconstitutional as applied to offenses committed prior to the effective date of the statute. Section 28, Article II of the Ohio Constitution A. Sierah’s Law affects a substantial right because it imposes new duties and obligations that did not exist before its enactment. B. Ohio appellate courts have issued conflicting opinions regarding the constitutionality of the retroactive application of Sierah’s Law.
2020-0495 State of Ohio v. Leandre Jordan OPEN 7/7/2020 Under R.C. 2935.04, once probable cause is established, a warrantless arrest is unconstitutional if there is unreasonable delay in effecting the arrest. Whether the delay is reasonable depends upon the circumstances surrounding the delay and the nature of the offense.
2020-0433 Richmond Mill, Inc. et al v. Margaret Aloe Ferraro, et. al. OPEN
(Held)
7/7/2020 APPELLANTS' PROPOSITION OF LAW NO. 1 Proposition of Law No. 1: Reunification of severed mineral interests with the surface estate in Ohio, is governed by the specific provisions of the Marketable Title Act found at R.C. 5301.56-Mineral Interests- vesting in surface owners. (Commonly referred to as the Dormant Mineral Act or "DMA") rather than the general provisions of the Marketable Title Act.
2020-0433 Richmond Mill, Inc. et al v. Margaret Aloe Ferraro, et. al. OPEN
(Held)
7/7/2020 PROPOSITION OF LAW NO. I: Section 5301.51(B) of the Revised Code requires the party seeking to preserve the property interest at issue to prove that he or she physically possessed the property interest during the entirety of the forty-year period provided in statute
2020-0433 Richmond Mill, Inc. et al v. Margaret Aloe Ferraro, et. al. OPEN
(Held)
7/7/2020 PROPOSITION OF LAW NO. II: In order for a property owner to benefit from possession of the property interest under R.C. 5301.51(B), the owner must prove that the chain of title during the relevant forty-year period of possession does not contain an instrument purporting to convey the property interest.
2020-0433 Richmond Mill, Inc. et al v. Margaret Aloe Ferraro, et. al. OPEN
(Held)
7/7/2020 PROPOSITION OF LAW NO. III: The date marketability is being determined under the MTA cannot be when a surface owner of real property filed a contested affidavit of abandonment under the DMA
2020-0415 State of Ohio v. Khairi A. Bond OPEN 7/7/2020 PROPOSITION OF LAW 1: THE TRIAL COURT DID NOT VIOLATE APPELLEE'S SIXTH AMENDMENT RIGHT TO PUBLIC TRIAL BY PARTIALLY LIMITING ACCESS TO THE COURTROOM AFTER AN ALTERCATION DISRUPTED COURT PROCEEDINGS.
2020-0405 AKC, Inc., dba Cleantech v. United Specialty Insurance Company, et al. OPEN 6/23/2020 PROPOSITION OF LAW NO. I: The standard water backup and pollution exclusions in a first-party property insurance policy bar loss caused by or resulting from raw sewage
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