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Case No.Case CaptionCase StatusDate
Accepted
Case Issue
2018-0461 State of Ohio v. Glen A. Gilbert OPEN
(Held)
6/6/2018 “During a plea proceeding, does a trial court's failure to inform a defendant about the residential restrictions imposed on sex offenders under R.C. Chapter 2950 render the plea invalid?”
2018-0440 State of Ohio ex rel. More Bratenahl et al. v. Village of Bratenahl et al. OPEN 6/6/2018 SECOND PROPOSITION OF LAW: MEMBERS OF A PUBLIC BODY VIOLATE OR THREATEN TO VIOLATE THE OPEN MEETINGS ACT WHEN THEY VOTE ON MATTERS OF PUBLIC BUSINESS THROUGH THE USE OF SECRET BALLOTS
2018-0416 State of Ohio v. Travis Soto OPEN 5/23/2018 Proposition of Law No .1: Involuntary Manslaughter with a child endangering predicate in violation of ORC 2903.04(A) is not the same offense for double jeopardy purposes as Aggravated Murder in violation of ORC 2901 .01(C) or Murder with a felonious assault predicate in violation of ORC 2903.02 (B) under the Blockburger "same offense" test.
2018-0416 State of Ohio v. Travis Soto OPEN 5/23/2018 Proposition of Law No .2: Additional facts necessary to sustain a new charge that have not been discovered despite the exercise of due diligence acts as an exception to Blockburger to allow subsequent prosecution.
2018-0416 State of Ohio v. Travis Soto OPEN 5/23/2018 Proposition of Law No.3: A negotiated plea does not bar successive prosecutions where the defendant would not reasonably believe that his or her plea would bar further prosecutions for any greater offense related to the same factual scenario.
2018-0376 State of Ohio v. John M. Howard OPEN 6/6/2018 First Proposition of Law – The Tenth District Court of Appeals Erred When it Determined that Appellant’s Appeal of Sentencing Errors Committed by the Trial Court was Time-Barred.
2018-0376 State of Ohio v. John M. Howard OPEN 6/6/2018 Second Proposition of Law – The Trial Court Erred When it Sentenced Appellant to Consecutive Terms of Imprisonment Without Making the Required Findings Set Forth in Ohio Revised Code Section 2929.14(C)(4).
2018-0376 State of Ohio v. John M. Howard OPEN 6/6/2018 Third Proposition of Law – The Trial Court Erred by Failing to Notify Appellant at His First Revocation Hearing, at Which His Community Control was Continued with New and Additional Sanctions Imposed, of the Specific Prison Term He Would Face for Subsequent Violations of Community Control, When it Sentenced Appellant at His Second Revocation Hearing for Such Violations.
2018-0375 State of Ohio v. Deonte L. Gause OPEN
(Held)
6/6/2018 Juvenile adjudications cannot satisfy elements of an offense committed as an adult.
2018-0351 In re: Adoption of B.I. OPEN 4/25/2018 "In an adoption-consent case under R.C. 3107.07(A) in which a court has previously relieved a parent of any child-support obligation, does that previous order supersede any other duty of maintenance and support so as to provide `justifiable cause' for the parent's failure to provide maintenance and support, therefore requiring the petitioner to obtain the consent of that parent?"
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