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State v. Bradley-Lewis 2018-A-0006, 2018-A-0010, 2018-A-0011, 2018-A-0012, 2018-A-0013, 2018-A-0014, 2018-A-0015APPELLATE REVIEW-CRIMINAL - R.C. 2505.02; denial of motion to recuse a judge is not a final order; in a criminal case, a sentence which disposes of the cause is the basis for appeal.O'TooleAshtabula 4/16/2018 4/16/2018 2018-Ohio-1445
In re L.R.R. 2017-P-0060JUVENILE - legal custody; dependent; extension of temporary custody; children's services; R.C. 2151.417; retain custody; best interest; abuse of discretionGrendellPortage 4/16/2018 4/16/2018 2018-Ohio-1446
In re L.R.R. 2017-P-0047JUVENILE - legal custody; dependent; arbitrary; totality of the circumstances; equally suitable custodians; child's adjustment to the home; abuse of discretionGrendellPortage 4/16/2018 4/16/2018 2018-Ohio-1447
In re L.R.R. 2017-P-0045JUVENILE - legal custody; standing; dependent; totality of the circumstances; foster a relationship; equally suitable custodians; child's adjustment to the home; abuse of discretionGrendellPortage 4/16/2018 4/16/2018 2018-Ohio-1448
State ex rel. Cahil v. Madison 2017-L-100 & 2017-L-101CIVIL - taxpayer action; R.C. 733.59; mandamus; injunction; abuse of corporate powers; gross abuse of legislative discretion; conflict of interest; fire districts; R.C. 505.371; official capacity; production of documents; motion to compelGrendellLake 4/16/2018 4/16/2018 2018-Ohio-1449
Timberlake v. Graham 2017-L-077CRIMINAL LAW - Defendant's discovery request; Service upon prosecutor; Civ.R. 5(B)(2)(e); inability to locate address; verification of steps taken to locate address; request not properly before trial court when rule for service is not satisfied; sufficiency of traffic citation to state offense; Traff.R. 3(B); officer's qualification to operate radar gun; waiver; written certification unnecessary.WrightLake 4/16/2018 4/16/2018 2018-Ohio-1450
Wright v. Wright 2017-G-0118DOMESTIC RELATIONS - CHILD CUSTODY - allocation of parental rights and responsibilities; no shared parenting plan filed; R.C. 3109.04; best interest of the children; the court is not limited to the factors listed in the statute and may consider other relevant factors; issue raised for the first time during oral argument.CannonGeauga 4/16/2018 4/16/2018 2018-Ohio-1451
Bd. of Cty. Commrs. v. Prindle 2016-T-0117 and 2016-T-0118EXTRAORDINARY WRITS - mandamus; appellants' argument that the county's installation of curbing destroyed their access from the street directly to the ramp/main entrance for loading lacked merit because they still had access to the ramp/main entrance just a few feet to the left of the ramp; contrary to appellants' argument, the curbing did not prevent them from using the ramp and main entrance to load merchandise; as a result, there was no taking because, after the construction, trucks can still be loaded at the ramp; city had right to install curb, tree lawn, and sidewalk within the right-of-way and, once installed, appellants could not use the right-of-way to turn around because this would be inconsistent with city's right of improvement and uninterrupted travel; because appellants had no right to park in front of building, city's improvement project did not result in taking of such alleged right; appellants failed to prove that parking in front of the building constituted nonconforming use; trial court did not abuse its discretion in denying appellants a writ of mandamus and in finding they failed to present clear and convincing evidence that county destroyed or substantially impaired their access to the main entrance or to front of building for parking.RiceTrumbull 4/16/2018 4/16/2018 2018-Ohio-1452
State v. Figueroa 2016-A-0034CRIMINAL LAW - felonious assault; three counts; cautionary instruction; provided; no evidence of prejudice; no abuse of discretion; Crim.R. 29; intention to harm; surrounding circumstances; attempt; criminal purpose; substantial step; verbal threat; violent behavior; brandishing relatively large knife; sufficient evidence; knowingly attempted.RiceAshtabula 4/16/2018 4/16/2018 2018-Ohio-1453
In re T.P. 2018-A-0001; 2018-A-0002; 2018-A-0003JUVENILE - termination of parental rights; permanent custody; dependent children; best interests of the children; clear and convincing evidence; R.C. 2151.414(D); motion for legal custody by a relative or other interested person; abandoned.CannonAshtabula 4/9/2018 4/9/2018 2018-Ohio-1330
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