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Case No.Case CaptionCase StatusDate
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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?"
2018-0350 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?"
2018-0312 State of Ohio, v. Benjamin A. Davis OPEN 4/25/2018 "Is trial counsel's failure to file a motion to waive court costs at sentencing ineffective assistance of counsel when defendant has previously been found indigent?"
2018-0183 State of Ohio v. Robert Buttery OPEN
(Held)
5/9/2018 PROPOSITION OF LAW: Juvenile adjudications cannot satisfy elements of an offense committed as an adult. Fifth, Sixth, and Fourteenth Amendments, United States Constitution; Sections 5 and 16, Article I, Ohio Constitution. State v. Hand, Slip Opinion No. 2016-Ohio-5504; State v. Bode, 144 Ohio St.3d 155, 2015-Ohio-1519, 41 N.E.3d 1156; Alleyne v. United States, 570 U.S. ___, 133 S.Ct. 2151, 186 L.Ed.2d 314 (2013); Apprendi v. New Jersey, 530 U.S. 466, 120 S.Ct. 2348, 147 L.Ed. 435 (2000).
2018-0182 In Re: Adoption of B.I. OPEN 4/25/2018 Proposition of Law No. I: An Adoption Consent Case Under RC 3107.07(A) Must Be Decided On A Case-By-Case Basis Through The Able Exercise Of The Trial Court's Discretion. The Trial Court Must Give Due Consideration To All Known Factors In Deciding Whether A Natural Parent's Consent Is Required Under The Statute
2018-0182 In Re: Adoption of B.I. OPEN 4/25/2018 Proposition of Law No. II: In An Adoption Consent Case Under RC 3107.07(A), A Court Order Setting The Natural Parent's Child Support Obligation At Zero Does Not Justify The Parent's Failure To Provide Maintenance And Support To His Or Her Child As A Matter Of Law. Instead, A Trial Court Must Exercise Its Discretion And Weigh All Of The Circumstances Around Which A Parent Has Failed To Provide Maintenance And Support; And A So-Called Zero Support Order Is Just One Factor (Among Many) That The Court Must Consider
2018-0181 In re: Adoption of B.I. OPEN 4/25/2018 Proposition of Law No. I: An Adoption Consent Case Under RC 3107.07(A) Must Be Decided On A Case-By-Case Basis Through The Able Exercise Of The Trial Court's Discretion. The Trial Court Must Give Due Consideration To All Known Factors In Deciding Whether A Natural Parent's Consent Is Required Under The Statute
2018-0181 In re: Adoption of B.I. OPEN 4/25/2018 Proposition of Law No. II: In An Adoption Consent Case Under RC 3107.07(A), A Court Order Setting The Natural Parent's Child Support Obligation At Zero Does Not Justify The Parent's Failure To Provide Maintenance And Support To His Or Her Child As A Matter Of Law. Instead, A Trial Court Must Exercise Its Discretion And Weigh All Of The Circumstances Around Which A Parent Has Failed To Provide Maintenance And Support; And A So-Called Zero Support Order Is Just One Factor (Among Many) That The Court Must Consider
2018-0166 State of Ohio v. Malik D. Jones OPEN
(Held)
5/9/2018 PROPOSITION OF LAW: A juvenile adjudication may not be used to establish an element of an offense charged against an adult. Fifth, Sixth, and Fourteenth Amendments, United States Constitution; Sections 5 and 16, Article I, Ohio Constitution. State v. Hand, 149 Ohio St.3d 94, 2016-Ohio-5504, 73 N.E.3d 448; State v. Bode, 144 Ohio St.3d 155, 2015-Ohio-1519, 41 N.E.3d 1156; Alleyne v. United States, 570 U.S. ___, 133 S.Ct. 2151, 186 L.Ed.2d 314 (2013); Apprendi v. New Jersey, 530 U.S. 466, 120 S.Ct. 2348, 147 L.Ed. 435 (2000).
2018-0146 State of Ohio v. Steven Allen Craig OPEN 5/9/2018 Proposition of Law No. 1: In a criminal action involving a multicount indictment, the trial court's failure to dispose of a count on which the jury fails to reach a verdict does not prevent the judgment of conviction on the other counts form being final and appealable.
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