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Case No.Case CaptionCase StatusDate
Accepted
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2020-1242 State of Ohio v. Marcus Toles OPEN 11/24/2020 Proposition of Law: The plurality decision in State v. Gwynne does not supplant this Court’s prior ruling in State v. Marcum that an appellate court may modify a sentence if it finds by clear and convincing evidence that the record does not support that sentence.
2020-1139 State of Ohio v. Brittany Renee Pilkington OPEN
(Held)
11/12/2020 Whether Ohio's Sub.S.B. No. 231, 'Sierah's Law,' R.C. 2903.42 et seq., creating a violent offender database, which became effective March 20, 2019. violates Section 28, Article II of the Ohio Constitution, Ohio's constitutional prohibition on retroactive statutes, when retroactively applied to an offense that occurred before March 20, 2019.
2020-1129 Ohio Public Works Commission v. Village of Barnesville, et al. OPEN 11/24/2020 An absolute prohibition on the transfer of interests in a Clean Ohio grant-funded property, subject only to the sole and unlimited discretion of the Commission, is void as against Ohio public policy
2020-1129 Ohio Public Works Commission v. Village of Barnesville, et al. OPEN 11/24/2020 Deed restrictions, which are contractually enforceable by an award of liquidated damages that include rescission of the grant itself, cannot be enforced by injunction
2020-1129 Ohio Public Works Commission v. Village of Barnesville, et al. OPEN 11/24/2020 Mere transfers of interests in the development of deep minerals beneath real property do not violate a deed restriction that permits the use of the property only as an “open space.”
2020-1117 State of Ohio V. Kandale L. Harrison OPEN 11/24/2020 An Arrest Warrant That Is Not Signed By A Judge, Magistrate, Clerk Of Court, Or Officer Of The Court Designated By The Judge Does Not Comply With Criminal Rule 4.
2020-1117 State of Ohio V. Kandale L. Harrison OPEN 11/24/2020 A Law Enforcement Officer’s Reliance On An Arrest Warrant That Is Not Signed Pursuant Criminal Rule 4 Does Not Qualify For The Good Faith Exception To The Exclusionary Rule
2020-1099 Silstone Services, LLC v. The Guernsey County Community Development Corporation, et al. OPEN 11/24/2020 Proposition of Law No. I: The express provision for liquidated damages and grant repayment in R.C. 164.26(A) does not permit the PWC to seek additional relief
2020-1099 Silstone Services, LLC v. The Guernsey County Community Development Corporation, et al. OPEN 11/24/2020 Proposition of Law No. II: The PWC lacks authority to enforce any deed restrictions unrelated to the long-term ownership or control of property pursuant to R.C. 164.26(A)
2020-1099 Silstone Services, LLC v. The Guernsey County Community Development Corporation, et al. OPEN 11/24/2020 Proposition of Law No. III: Courts may not enforce a deed restriction against a stranger to the deed
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