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6/8/20 | In re Notary Requirements for Domestic-Relations, Juvenile, General, and Probate Forms
The domestic-relations, juvenile, general, and probate forms available on the court’s website may be used by courts and parties in lieu of the similar versions of the forms requiring notarization in the Ohio Rules of Civil Procedure, the Ohio Rules of Juvenile Procedure, and the Rules of Superintendence for the Courts of Ohio. View the Supreme Court Order | View the Revised Forms

6/3/20 | In re Remote Administration of Oaths and Affirmations
Any oath or an affirmation required by a rule of the Court may be administered remotely by use of audio- or video-communication technology, provided the technology shall allow the person administering the oath or affirmation to positively identify the person taking the oath or making the affirmation. View the Supreme Court Order

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July 1, 2020

State v. Taylor
Slip Opinion No. 2020-Ohio-3514
Summary

McIntyre v. Hooks
Slip Opinion No. 2020-Ohio-3529

State ex rel. Neguse v. McIntosh
Slip Opinion No. 2020-Ohio-3533

July 1, 2020

State ex rel. O’Diam v. Greene Cty. Bd. of Commrs.
Slip Opinion No. 2020-Ohio-3503
Summary

State ex rel. Martin v. Tuscarawas Cty. Job & Family Servs.
Slip Opinion No. 2020-Ohio-3507

June 30, 2020

Pivonka v. Corcoran
Slip Opinion No. 2020-Ohio-3476
Summary

State v. Willingham
Slip Opinion No. 2020-Ohio-3475

June 25, 2020

State ex rel. Xenia v. Greene Cty. Bd. of Commrs.
Slip Opinion No. 2020-Ohio-3423
Summary

State ex rel. Frank v. Ohio State Univ.
Slip Opinion No. 2020-Ohio-3422

June 24, 2020

State ex rel. Magsig v. Toledo
Slip Opinion No. 2020-Ohio-3416
Summary

June 18, 2020

State v. McFarland
Slip Opinion No. 2020-Ohio-3343
Summary

Torres Friedenberg v. Friedenberg
Slip Opinion No. 2020-Ohio-3345
Summary

Disciplinary Counsel v. Connors
Slip Opinion No. 2020-Ohio-3339
Summary

In re Application of Phares
Slip Opinion No. 2020-Ohio-3346

June 17, 2020

State v. Pendergrass
Slip Opinion No. 2020-Ohio-3335
Summary

Lorain Cty. Bar Assn. v. Weir
Slip Opinion No. 2020-Ohio-3324
Summary

Butler Cty. Bar Assn. v. Blauvelt
Slip Opinion No. 2020-Ohio-3325

June 16, 2020

Bey v. Rasawehr
Slip Opinion No. 2020-Ohio-3301
Summary

Disciplinary Counsel v. Corley
Slip Opinion No. 2020-Ohio-3303
Summary

State ex rel. King v. Fleegle
Slip Opinion No. 2020-Ohio-3302

June 11, 2020

Disciplinary Counsel v. Smidt
Slip Opinion No. 2020-Ohio-3258
Summary

State ex rel. Thomas v. Gaul
Slip Opinion No. 2020-Ohio-3257

Disciplinary Counsel v. Gonzalez
Slip Opinion No. 2020-Ohio-3259
Summary

Supreme Court Hears
Seven Cases This Week

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The Supreme Court of Ohio hears oral arguments in three cases on Tuesday and four cases on Wednesday. Oral arguments begin at 9 a.m. and will be conducted via videoconferencing.

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July 6, 2020

The Court dismissed State ex rel. Prass v. Ring at the request of relator Arliss Prass after the parties reached a settlement.

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July 2, 2020

In State v.Taylor, the Court ruled a trial court does not have to consider a convicted criminal defendant’s present or future ability to pay court costs when considering the defendant’s request to have the cost eliminated or modified.

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July 1, 2020

In Johnson v. Johnson, the Court granted appellant Stephen E. Johnson’s request to file an amended appeal.

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The Court dismissed LG Chem, Ltd. v. Hagan.

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In State ex rel. O’Diam v. Greene Cty. Bd. of Commrs., the Court ruled Greene County does not have to pay the more than $66,000 in attorney fees and expenses incurred by the county probate court judge during a legal dispute about courtroom use because the judge did not follow the process in state law for securing payment.

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June 30, 2020

In Pivonka v. Corcoran, the Court ruled Ohio law now requires a Medicaid recipient to use an administrative appeals process when claiming the state recouped too much of the money a recipient received from a third-party wrongdoer.

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June 26, 2020

The Court referred FNB, Inc. v. McClain to mediation.

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June 29, 2020

The Court published official versions of 7 opinions that previously were released as slip opinions.

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June 26, 2020

The Court referred FNB, Inc. v. McClain to mediation.

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June 25, 2020

In State ex rel. Xenia v. Greene Cty. Bd. of Commrs., the Court approved the city of Xenia’s proposed “balloon-on-a-string” annexation of land used by Central State University, finding the plan met all conditions of the state’s expedited annexation process.

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June 24, 2020

In State ex rel. Magsig v. Toledo, the Court ruled that Toledo cannot use an “administrative” procedure to hear appeals of traffic tickets issued through red-light and speed-detection cameras because state lawmakers gave municipal courts exclusive authority to consider the matters.

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