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State v. Lewis 2-16-13The trial court did not err by denying the defendant-appellant's motion to suppress evidence. Based on a totality of the circumstances, law enforcement had a reasonable, articulable suspicion to continue the traffic stop for purposes of conducting field-sobriety testing. Based on a totality of the circumstances, law enforcement had probable cause to arrest the defendant-appellant for operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of drugs or alcohol.PrestonAuglaize 3/20/2017 3/20/2017 2017-Ohio-996
In re J.A. 4-16-18, 4-16-19, 4-16-20Trial court's permanent custody determination supported by clear and convincing evidence. Argument that statutory timelines were not followed in R.C. 2151.28 was waived and, in any event, lacked merit due to mother contributing to the delayed adjudication of her case.ShawDefiance 3/20/2017 3/20/2017 2017-Ohio-997
State v. Tanner 9-16-36Convictions for Possession of Heroin and Possession of Cocaine supported by the evidence. Trial court did not err in permitting photographic evidence over discovery violation objection.ShawMarion 3/13/2017 3/13/2017 2017-Ohio-874
State ex rel. New Riegel Local School Dist. Bd. of Edn. v. Ohio School Facilities Comm. 13-16-22The trial court properly granted the Civ.R. 12(B)(6) motion of the Ohio School Facilities Commission dismissing New Riegel School District's Writ of Mandamus and complaint for declaratory judgment. ZimmermanSeneca 3/13/2017 3/13/2017 2017-Ohio-875
State v. Thompson 7-16-20Failure to confine a dog under R.C. 955.22(C) is a strict liability offense. WillamowskiHenry 3/6/2017 3/6/2017 2017-Ohio-792
State v Walters 4-16-17The defendant-appellant's conviction under R.C. 4511.20 is based on sufficient evidence and is not against the manifest weight of the evidence.PrestonDefiance 3/6/2017 3/6/2017 2017-Ohio-793
State v. Brown 9-16-37A no contest plea with a stipulated finding of guilt is not by itself sufficient to waive the explanation of circumstances requirement; rather, the no contest plea must be accompanied by conduct that shows an intent to waive the explanation of circumstances requirement.WillamowskiMarion 2/27/2017 2/27/2017 2017-Ohio-678
State v. Hernandez 6-16-08The trial court did not err in overruling the appellant's motion to withdraw his 2002 guilty plea under R.C. 2943.031(D) where the appellant failed to meet his burden in presenting facts warranting the request. ZimmermanHardin 2/27/2017 2/27/2017 2017-Ohio-679
HSBC Mtge. Servs., Inc. v. Watson 11-16-03Appellant must have suffered prejudice as the result of a trial court's ruling in order to have standing to appeal that ruling.WillamowskiPaulding 2/27/2017 2/27/2017 2017-Ohio-680
Pearsall v. Guernsey 5-16-25The trial court did not err by granting defendant-appellee's Civ.R. 12(B)(6) motion to dismiss because it is apparent from the face of plaintiff-appellant's complaint that her complaint is barred by the statute of limitations under R.C. 2305.113.PrestonHancock 2/27/2017 2/27/2017 2017-Ohio-681
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