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  All open cases and cases closed in past 180 days.
Case No.Case CaptionCase StatusDate
Accepted
Case Issue
2018-1315 State of Ohio v. Robert Taylor OPEN 11/7/2018 "Prior to ordering a defendant to pay court-appointed counsel fees pursuant to R.C. 2941.51(D), must the trial court make an explicit finding that the defendant has or reasonably may be expected to have the means to pay some or all of the cost of his or her legal representation?"
2018-1300 In re Adoption of A.C.B. OPEN 11/7/2018 Proposition of Law: Pursuant to the explicit language of Ohio Revised Code 3107.07(A), provision of any maintenance and support during the statutory one-year period is sufficient to preserve a natural parent's right to object to the adoption of their child.
2018-1243 State of Ohio v. Robert Taylor OPEN 11/7/2018 A trial court need not make an explicit finding that the defendant has or reasonably may be expected to have the means to pay some or all of the cost of his or her legal representation.
2018-1225 State of Ohio v. Robert J. Ramsey OPEN
(Held)
10/24/2018 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 INDIGIENT?
2018-1209 Rebecca Buddenberg v. Robert K. Weisdack, et al. OPEN 10/24/2018 Does [R.C.] 2307.60's creation of a civil cause of action for injuries based on a 'criminal act' require an underlying criminal conviction?
2018-1209 Rebecca Buddenberg v. Robert K. Weisdack, et al. OPEN 10/24/2018 Is a criminal conviction a condition precedent to a civil claim pursuant to [R.C.] 2921.03?
2018-1206 State of Ohio v. Lawrence Holder OPEN
(Held)
10/10/2018 A trial court abuses its discretion when it denies a motion to terminate court costs that is predicated upon a defendant’s inability to pay the costs without consideration of the defendant’s current or future ability to pay those costs.
2018-1182 In Re A.W., A Minor Child OPEN 11/7/2018 The adult portion of an SYO sentence cannot be invoked for failure to complete ODYS programming unless the offender was given notice that the failure to comply could trigger invocation of the adult sentence and it was possible for the offender to have completed it.
2018-1177 State of Ohio v. Justin Hawkins OPEN 9/12/2018 “Does the discrepancy between the paint color of a vehicle and the paint color listed in vehicle registration records accessed by a police officer provide the officer with reasonable articulable suspicion to perform a lawful investigative traffic stop where the officer believes the vehicle or its displayed license plates may be stolen?”
2018-1176 State of Ohio v. Gregory S. Straley OPEN 10/24/2018 A defendant should not be permitted to withdraw his guilty plea 8 years after the hearing when he has been given the benefit of the plea agreement reached and the problem can be remedied with a resentencing hearing.
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