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State v. Beaver 9-17-37Under Evid.R. 601(A), children under the age of ten may be competent to testify if they can truly receive and relate just impressions of facts. Statements made for the purpose of medical examination and treatment are admissible under the hearsay exception in Evid.R. 803(4).WillamowskiMarion 6/25/2018 6/25/2018 2018-Ohio-2438
State v. Fisher 14-17-09A legal challenge to the imposition of jail credit time must be raised in a timely filed direct appeal. Otherwise, the legal challenge will be barred by res judicata. However, a defendant may submit a motion for correction to address a mathematical calculation issue after the time for direct appeal has expired.WillamowskiUnion 6/25/2018 6/25/2018 2018-Ohio-2439
State v. Woodum 8-17-53The trial court did not err by failing to inform the defendant that he could not use drugs of abuse while in prison. The trial court considered all of the statutory sentencing guidelines and the sentence was within the sentencing range, so there was no abuse of discretion.WillamowskiLogan 6/25/2018 6/25/2018 2018-Ohio-2440
Smith v. Wyandot Mem. Hosp. 16-17-07The trial court did not err by dismissing plaintiff-appellant’s wrongful-death action asserting a medical claim against defendants-appellees because it is barred by Ohio’s medical-malpractice statute of repose. PrestonWyandot 6/25/2018 6/25/2018 2018-Ohio-2441
In re C.N. 6-17-16, 6-17-23If a conflict of interest exists between the legal custodian and the child, the trial court is to appoint a guardian ad litem. If the trial court fails to appoint a guardian ad litem and the child's trial counsel does not object, appellate review is limited to analyzing the case under a criminal plain error standard.WillamowskiHardin 6/25/2018 6/25/2018 2018-Ohio-2442
Birkmeier v. St. Rita's Med. Ctr. 1-17-57The trial court did not err in granting Appellees' motion for summary judgment. Judgment affirmed. ZimmermanAllen 6/18/2018 6/18/2018 2018-Ohio-2343
State v. Hefner 8-17-44The trial court did not commit error when it sentenced the defendant-appellant to consecutive prison terms. Judgment affirmed.ZimmermanLogan 6/18/2018 6/18/2018 2018-Ohio-2344
State v. Stein 10-17-13Appellant failed to establish that he was denied effective assistance from his trial counsel. ShawMercer 6/18/2018 6/18/2018 2018-Ohio-2345
Alt v. Pazmino-Stanfield 13-17-34The trial court did not err in granting summary judgment in favor of the Seneca County Treasurer in its foreclosure complaint. Judgment affirmed. ZimmermanSeneca 6/18/2018 6/18/2018 2018-Ohio-2346
State v. Benvenuto 1-17-39The trial court did not err in overruling Defendant-Appellant's motino to suppress. Additionally, Defendant-Appellant's RICO conviction, through his plea of no contest, is supported by sufficient evidence in the record. Further, the trial court did not err in failing to merge three charges into a single offense. Lastly, the trial court did not err in its sentence of the Defendant-Appellant. Judgment affirmed. ZimmermanAllen 6/11/2018 6/11/2018 2018-Ohio-2242