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Case No.Case CaptionCase StatusDate
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2017-0483 State of Ohio v. Gerry L. Moore, Sr. aka Gary L. Moore, Sr. OPEN 6/21/2017 Propositoin of Law No. One: O.R.C. 2929.14(B)(1)(b) Does not Violated the Equal Protection Clause of the United States Constitution or the Ohio Constitution.
2017-0483 State of Ohio v. Gerry L. Moore, Sr. aka Gary L. Moore, Sr. OPEN 6/21/2017 Proposition of Law No. Two: An appellate Coyrt errs when it sua sponte determines that a statutory scheme violates the equal protection clause when the constitutionality of the statute was never challenged at the trial coutrt level now was it briefed by either party to the appeal.
2017-0433 In re R.K. (A.S., Appellant) OPEN 5/17/2017 Proposition of Law: In a proceeding where the state is attempting to terminate the parental rights between a mother and her child, the mother has a right to counsel and she cannot be deprived of this right unless the court finds that the mother has knowingly waived her right to counsel. Wavier of counsel cannot be inferred from the unexplained failure f the mother to appear at the hearing.
2017-0244 State of Ohio v. Kenneth R. Johnson OPEN
(Held)
4/19/2017 Whether the post-release control notification of R.C. 2929.19(B)(2)(e) must include notification of the penalty provisions in R.C. 2929.141(A)(1)-(2), specifically, whether a trial court must inform an offender at the time of sentencing that the commission of a felony during a period of post-release control permits a trial court to impose a new prison term for the violation to be served consecutively with any prison term for the new felony."
2017-0173 In the Matter of: The Adoption of P.L.H. OPEN 3/15/2017 PROPOSITION OF LAW: Whether a putative father "willfully abandoned" a mother during her pregnancy, under RC 3107.07 (B)(2)(c), does not include a requirement that the putative father failed to provide care and support to the mother
2017-0032 State of Ohio v. Trey A. Stevens OPEN
(Held)
5/31/2017 To impose valid post release control, the language in the sentencing entry may incorporate the advisements given during the sentencing hearing by referencing the post release control sections of the Ohio Revised Code and do not need to repeat what was said during the sentencing hearing
2016-1870 Rebecca L. Cyran v. Curtis P. Cyran OPEN 2/22/2017 "Does the collateral consequences exception to mootness apply to an appeal from an expired protective order when the appellant faces possible collateral consequences that may not be ascertainable at the time of the appeal?"
2016-1742 State of Ohio v. Lamone E. Upkins OPEN 5/17/2017 Propostion of IV reworded as follows: "When appellate counsel also served as trial counsel and moves to withdraw pursuant to Anders v. California, the court shall permit counsel to withdraw and must then appoint new appellate counsel to review the record and raise any nonfrivolous appealable issue."
2016-1737 Rebecca L. Cyran v. Curtis P. Cyran OPEN 2/22/2017 Proposition of Law No. 1: The collateral consequences exception to mootness applies to an appeal from an expired protection order when the appellant faces possible collateral consequences that may not be ascertainable at the time of the appeal.
2016-1737 Rebecca L. Cyran v. Curtis P. Cyran OPEN 2/22/2017 Proposition of Law No. 2: There is a rebuttal presumption that an appeal from an expired protection order is not moot.
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