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Chuang Dev. L.L.C. v. Raina 15AP-1062 & 16AP-500Relator was not entitled to writ of mandamus because each commission order he sought to have vacated contained an alternative basis for the commission's decision, and relator failed to challenge the alternative basis for each order.BrownFranklin 5/25/2017 5/25/2017 2017-Ohio-3000
State v. Black 16AP-405 & 16AP-406Appellant asserts the trial court erred in ordering him to appear before the jury in visible shackles. The record on appeal indicates that appellant may have been forced to wear at least partially visible leg shackles before the jury venire, despite no finding by the trial court that the shackling was necessary. If appellant was in fact shackled during voir dire despite no trial court finding that the shackling was necessary, he did not preserve the alleged error for appellate review. Because appellant fails to demonstrate that were it not for trial court error, the results of the trial would have been different, he cannot meet his burden of demonstrating plain error. Judgments affirmed.Luper SchusterFranklin 5/25/2017 5/25/2017 2017-Ohio-3001
State ex rel. Reichley v. Indus. Comm. 16AP-263Relator was not entitled to writ of mandamus because each commission order he sought to have vacated contained an alternative basis for the commission's decision, and relator failed to challenge the alternative basis for each order.DorrianFranklin 5/23/2017 5/23/2017 2017-Ohio-2939
In re Jd.R. 16AP-364A trial court does not abuse its discretion in failing to grant a continuance to a mother contesting a permanent custody motion to permit her time to be released from prison and work her case plan where the case had been ongoing for several years, been subject to many prior continuances sought and granted, and the mother had already had a significant opportunity to complete her case plan but had essentially failed even to start it. Under such circumstances, and with foster parents willing to adopt the children who were thriving in their care, it was not against the manifest weight of the evidence to grant permanent custody to FCCS.BrunnerFranklin 5/23/2017 5/23/2017 2017-Ohio-2940
State ex rel. McGurr v. Indus. Comm. 16AP-430{ 39} Relator has failed to prove his entitlement to the writ by clear and convincing evidence. Writ of mandamus denied.DorrianFranklin 5/23/2017 5/23/2017 2017-Ohio-2941
Lloyd v. Ohio Dept. of Rehab. & Corr. 16AP-499Open and obvious doctrine did not apply to inmate's use of a device to control window opening. Case remanded for a determination as to comparative negligence.TyackFranklin 5/23/2017 5/23/2017 2017-Ohio-2942
State v. Sullivan 17AP-94Under a "totality of the circumstances" test to determine whether or not the defendant was properly notified of post-release control, a felony offender receives adequate notice of post-release control when notice of the appropriate length of the period has been given and acknowledged by the offender in writing, even when the number of years differs upon a trial court's oral explanation of post release control for other crimes during a simultaneous sentencing hearing for multiple criminal indictments resulting in convictions.BrunnerFranklin 5/23/2017 5/23/2017 2017-Ohio-2943
Whitehall v. Olander 15AP-1030Trial court did not err in disqualifying attorney from representing interests of entity in underlying receivership proceeding.BrownFranklin 5/18/2017 5/18/2017 2017-Ohio-2869
Smith v. Columbus City Schools Bd. of Edn. 16AP-528Common pleas court decision affirming resolution that terminated public school teacher's employment contract affirmed; trial court did not abuse its discretion by concluding that teacher improperly asserted herself into a situation that was being handled by two others or by refusing to apply R.C. 3319.41(C) because there was no threat to others for the teacher to quell.KlattFranklin 5/18/2017 5/18/2017 2017-Ohio-2870
State v. Russell 16AP-542Trial court did not err in denying appellant's successive petition for post-conviction relief.BrownFranklin 5/18/2017 5/18/2017 2017-Ohio-2871
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