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State v. Schleiger CA2009-09-026The trial court did not err by permitting the state to introduce evidence of appellant's three prior offense of violence convictions to raise the charge of carrying a concealed weapon to a fourth-degree felony where appellant did not stipulate to any of the three offenses, which required the state to offer evidence to meet its burden of proof that appellant had previously been convicted of an offense of violence. PowellPreble 6/18/2018 6/18/2018 2018-Ohio-2359
Holbrook v. Holbrook CA2017-05-055Mother's due process rights were not violated when the trial court awarded custody of the parties' children to the father in the divorce decree rather than shared parenting as initially set forth in the trial court's prior decision. PowellWarren 6/18/2018 6/18/2018 2018-Ohio-2360
State v. Scott CA2017-10-152The trial court did not err by denying appellant's motion to correct his allegedly void sentence claiming the trial court erred by failing to make the required statutory findings before imposing a consecutive sentence where appellant's sentence was not void and therefore barred by the doctrine of res judicata. PowellWarren 6/18/2018 6/18/2018 2018-Ohio-2361
State v. Rippey CA2017-12-186Anders no error.Per CuriamButler 6/11/2018 6/11/2018 2018-Ohio-2258
Bavis v. Deimling CA2017-05-024, CA2017-06-026Trial court did not err by finding that an easement had terminated where the undisputed evidence showed that the former private roadway was no longer in existence, there was a new paved roadway, and there were various homes, curbs, and a cul-de-sac where the former private road existed.RinglandClermont 6/11/2018 6/11/2018 2018-Ohio-2259
In re D.M. CA2017-12-017, CA2017-12-018Juvenile court did not err in granting permanent custody to children services agency where decision was supported by clear and convincing evidence and not against the manifest weight of the evidence.RinglandPreble 6/11/2018 6/11/2018 2018-Ohio-2260
State v. Laghaoui CA2017-06-098The trial court did not err by finding appellant competent to stand trial where appellant failed to meet his burden of proof establishing his incompetence by a preponderance of the evidence. The trial court also did not err by instructing the jury on intoxication where appellant's intoxication was raised as part of his not guilty by reason of insanity defense, nor did the trial court err by excluding testimony from appellant's intended expert witness where the proffered testimony was an unreliable, untested assumption that was inadmissible pursuant to Evid.R. 702.S. PowellWarren 6/11/2018 6/11/2018 2018-Ohio-2261
Burns v. Burns CA2017-08-129The trial court did not err in dismissing Mother's motion to hold Father in contempt for claiming the parties' emancipated daughter as a dependent on his 2015 taxes, as the issue of which parent could claim the parties' daughter as a tax exemption after the daughter reached the age of majority was not agreed upon by the parties or set forth in the adopted shared parenting plan. Moreover, as the parties' daughter had reached the age of majority, the court no longer had jurisdiction to determine which parent should be permitted to claim her on their taxes.HendricksonWarren 6/11/2018 6/11/2018 2018-Ohio-2262
State v. Comer CA2017-09-135Appellant's OVI convictions were supported by sufficient evidence and were not against the manifest weight of the evidence where appellant admitted to taking a drug of abuse (Neurontin), he was observed weaving back and forth on the road, he had droopy eyelids and slurred his speech, and he refused to take a chemical test after being arrested.RinglandWarren 6/11/2018 6/11/2018 2018-Ohio-2264
State v. Parr CA2018-01-005Anders no error.Per CuriamWarren 6/11/2018 6/11/2018 2018-Ohio-2265