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2017-1701 State of Ohio v. Adam R. Cupp OPEN 2/14/2018 "Whether a defendant is entitled to jail credit for pre-sentence detention time when held on a bond if, during the same period of time, he is serving a sentence on an unrelated case."
2017-1609 State of Ohio v. David L. Braden OPEN 2/14/2018 PROPOSITION OF LAW NO. I A TRIAL COURT HAS JURISDICTION, PURSUANT TO THE CURRENT VERSION OF R.C. 2947.23(C), TO WAIVE, MODIFY OR SUSPEND COURT COSTS FOR THOSE CASES IN WHICH THE DEFENDANT'S CONVICTION AND SENTENCE BECAME FINAL PRIOR TO THE ENACTMENT OF R.C. 2947.23(C).
2017-1579 State of Ohio v. David L. Braden OPEN 2/14/2018 "Does a trial court have jurisdiction, pursuant to the current version of R.C. 2947.23(C), to waive, modify or suspend court costs for these cases in which the defendant's conviction and sentence became final prior to the enactment of R.C. 2947.23(C)?"
2017-1547 State of Ohio v. Adam R. Cupp OPEN 2/14/2018 Proposition of Law 1 A defendant is not entitled to jail credit for pre-sentence detention time when held on a bond if, during the same period of time, he is serving a sentence on a unrelated case.
2017-1336 Cynthia H. Boyd; Thomas E. Flanders v. Kingdom Trust Company; Pensco Trust Company; John Does 1-25 OPEN 12/6/2017 Does Ohio Rev. Code Ann. 1707.43 impose joint and several liability on a person who, acting as the custodian of a self-directed IRA, purchased - on behalf and at the direction of the owner of the self-directed IRA - illegal securities?
2017-1245 Daniel Stolz v. J & B Steel Erectors, Inc., et al. OPEN 12/6/2017 Whether Ohio Rev. Code 4123.35(O) is unconstitutional as applied to the tort claims of an enrolled subcontractor's employee who is injured while working on a self-insured construction project and whose injury is compensable under Ohio workers' compensation laws.
2017-1160 I. B. et al. v. Olentangy Local School District Board of Education et al. OPEN 11/1/2017 "Does [R.C.] 2151.421 expressly impose civil liability on a school board, either for its own or its employee's failure to report, triggering the [R.C.] 2744.02(b)(5) exception to political subdivision immunity on a negligence per se claim based on [R.C.] 2151.421?"
2017-1122 State of Ohio v. Bruce L. Gordon OPEN 9/27/2017 Whether the post-release control notification of R.C. 2929.19(B)(2)(e) must include notification of the penalty provisions in R.C. 2929.141(A)(1)-(2), specifically, whether a trial court must inform an offender at the time of sentencing that the commission of a felony during a period of post-release control permits a trial court to impose a new prison term for the violation to be served consecutively with any prison term for the new felony.
2017-1069 City of Girard v. John A. Giordano OPEN 1/31/2018 The Double Jeopardy clauses of the United States Constitution and Ohio Constitution do not discharge a defendant from criminal liability and bar subsequent prosecution for the same offense where a trial court fails to attain an explanation of circumstances as required by R.C. 2937.07 upon receipt of a no contest plea to a misdemeanor offense.
2017-1031 Embassy Heathcare v. Cora Sue Bell OPEN 1/31/2018 Proposition of Law 1: The plain language of RC. 2117.06(C) mandates a claim under RC. 3103.03 for necessaries upplied to a decedent must be presented to the estate and failure to do so bars the claim against both the estate and the spouse.
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