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State v. Brown 17-CA-3603R.C. 2925.11(B)(2)(b)–prosecution invited any error that trial court may have committed by applying drug-immunity statute to individual who allegedly committed minor drug possession offense before effective date of statute; trial court did not err by finding that individual sought and obtained a screening and received a referral to treatment within thirty days of needing medical assistance for a drug overdose when evidence showed that individual admitted into a treatment program, which would have involved a screening and a treatment-referral.AbeleRoss 6/11/2018 6/11/2018 2018-Ohio-2267
State v. Crawford 16CA3778CRIMINAL - Appellant was not deprived of due process as his plea to robbery was knowingly, intelligently, and voluntarily made to the trial court. The trial court was not required to inform Appellant that a jury verdict must be unanimous before accepting his plea.McFarlandScioto 6/5/2018 6/5/2018 2018-Ohio-2166
State v. Brooks 17CA3R.C. 2945.71; speedy trial; sua sponte continuance: requirement to state reasons to toll period; reasonableness of continuanceHarshaJackson 6/5/2018 6/7/2018 2018-Ohio-2210
Capital One Bank v. Rose 18CA3628Motion to dismiss; Personal Jurisdiction: Ohio resident; Summary Judgment; Pro se appellant; Failure to request continuance to respond to motion for summary judgment; Attorney: authority to act for clientHarshaRoss 6/1/2018 6/7/2018 2018-Ohio-2209
State v. Dick 17CA1049Presentence Motion to Withdraw Guilty Plea; Crim.R. 32.1; Factors to determine Motion to Withdraw; Traf.R. 8(D) Arraignment; Right to Counsel; Traf.R. 10(D) Plea of Guilty; Duty to provide accurate information in accepting guilty pleaHarshaAdams 5/30/2018 6/7/2018 2018-Ohio-2207
Lang v. Piersol Outdoor Advertising Co. 17CA19Civil: declaratory judgment action; contract interpretation; summary judgment; right of first refusal.HooverWashington 5/30/2018 6/5/2018 2018-Ohio-2156
State v. DeMint 17CA3618CRIMINAL - Trial court did not err in convicting Appellant for domestic violence, assault, and disorderly conduct as the record supports the same and the jury did not lose its way.McFarlandRoss 5/25/2018 5/30/2018 2018-Ohio-2091
State v. Wolke 17CA1048CRIMINAL - Appellant's Verified Motion to Correct Sentence was properly denied by the trial court and we modify the judgment below to reflect dismissal of any constitutional claims raised in the motion.McFarlandAdams 5/25/2018 6/1/2018 2018-Ohio-2119
Brooklyn Estates Homeowners' Assn. v. Miclara, L.L.C. 17CA3605Civil: The trial court erred as a matter of law by vacating the arbitrator’s decision without a motion as prescribed in R.C. 2711.13 and without reviewing the decision under R.C. 2711.10(D). The judgment of the trial court is reversed. HooverRoss 5/18/2018 5/23/2018 2018-Ohio-2012
State v. Lute 17CA3799Criminal: re-trial did not violate defendant's double jeopardy rights because the State is permitted to retry a defendant when reversal of conviction is predicated on trial error alone.HooverScioto 5/17/2018 5/30/2018 2018-Ohio-2081