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Case No.Case CaptionCase StatusDate
Accepted
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2020-1266 State of Ohio v. Edward Maddox OPEN 12/28/2020 "Is the constitutionality of the provisions of the Reagan Tokes Act, which allow the Department of Rehabilitation and Corrections to administratively extend a criminal defendant's prison term beyond the presumptive minimum term, ripe for review on direct appeal from sentencing, or only after the defendant has served the minimum term and been subject to extension by application of the Act?"
2020-1250 State of Ohio v. Ladasia Brooks OPEN 12/30/2020 "Does legislation that shifts the burden of proof on self-defense to the prosecution (2018 H.B. 228. eff. March 28, 2019) apply to all subsequent trials even when the alleged offenses occurred prior to the effective date of the act?"
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.
2020-1232 State of Ohio v. Damon K. Downard OPEN
(Held)
12/29/2020 SECOND PROPOSITION OF LAW Challenges to the Reagan Tokes Act are ripe for review on direct appeal.
2020-1189 State of Ohio v. Ladasia Brooks OPEN 12/30/2020 Proposition of Law No. I: 2018 H.B. 228, which shifted the burden of proof on self-defense to the prosecution, applies to all trials held after the effective date of the act, regardless of when the alleged offenses occurred.
2020-1187 State of Ohio v. Daniel J. Campbell OPEN 12/15/2020 First Proposition of Law: Ohio courts may constitutionally require aprobationerto consent to warrantless searches as a condition of community contol.
2020-1187 State of Ohio v. Daniel J. Campbell OPEN 12/15/2020 Second Proposition of Law: A probation offrcer may rely in good faith upon a warrantless consent to search community control condition agr€ed to by a probationer.
2020-1187 State of Ohio v. Daniel J. Campbell OPEN 12/15/2020 Third Proposition of Law: An Ohio court may not impose the remedy of exclusion to an otherwise constitutional search based upon a violation of R.C. 2951.02 where the General Assembly provided for no remedy.
2020-1163 In re adoption of A.K. OPEN 12/15/2020 Whether In Re B.I. applies broadly such that the mere existence of any judicial order precluding a natural parent from communication with his minor children is sufficient justifiable cause to provide more than any de minimis contact with the minor for a period of at least one year under R.C. 3107.07(A).
2020-1158 Steven Sinley v. Safety Controls Technology, Inc., et al. OPEN 12/15/2020 Appellant’s Proposition of Law No. I. The presumption of arbitrability applies in R.C. 2711.03 and 9 U.S.C. § 3 motions to compel arbitral resolution of statutory claims. Arbitration should not be denied unless it may be said with positive assurance that the arbitration clause is not susceptible of an interpretation that covers the asserted dispute.
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