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Case No.Case CaptionCase StatusDate
Accepted
Case Issue
2019-1674 State of Ohio v. Ryan Turner OPEN 1/22/2020 “Does an officer have reasonable and articulable suspicion to conduct a traffic stop of a motor vehicle for a marked lanes violation under R.C. 4511.33(A)(1) when the officer observes the tires of a vehicle driving on, but not across a marked line?”
2019-1646 State of Ohio v. Carl Adams OPEN
(Held)
1/21/2020 Proposition of Law I: A trial court must demonstrate on the record that it has determined that the sentence imposed utilizes the minimum sanctions necessary to accomplish the goals of sentencing without unnecessarily burdening governmental resources.
2019-1510 State of Ohio v. Samuel Reed, Jr. OPEN 1/21/2020 Proposition of Law 1: The void-sentence doctrine does not require that a sentence precisely track the statutory language set forth by statute.
2019-1498 Rayco Manufacturing, Inc. v. Murphy, Rogers, Sloss & Gambel, a Professional Law Corporation, et al. OPEN 1/21/2020 Proposition of Law No. I: The American Rule requires that each party pay its own attorney fees unless the parties agreed otherwise by contract, a statute provides for fee shifting, or a party acted in bad faith
2019-1498 Rayco Manufacturing, Inc. v. Murphy, Rogers, Sloss & Gambel, a Professional Law Corporation, et al. OPEN 1/21/2020 Proposition of Law No. II: Compensatory damages for breach of contract do not include attorney fees.
2019-1498 Rayco Manufacturing, Inc. v. Murphy, Rogers, Sloss & Gambel, a Professional Law Corporation, et al. OPEN 1/21/2020 Proposition of Law No. III: Attorney fees incurred to prosecute a motion to enforce a settlement agreement constitute litigation expenses rather than damages.
2019-1498 Rayco Manufacturing, Inc. v. Murphy, Rogers, Sloss & Gambel, a Professional Law Corporation, et al. OPEN 1/21/2020 Proposition of Law No. IV: Where a party seeks attorney fees as a form of compensatory damages, such damages must be determined by the fact finder based upon the evidence presented at trial.
2019-1494 Wayne L. West, et al. v. C. J. Bode, et al. OPEN 1/21/2020 PROPOSITION OF LAW N0. 1: The specific statute being the Ohio Dormant Mineral Act O.R.C. Section 5301.56 supersedes and controls over the Ohio Marketable Title Act being a general statute O.R.C. 5301.47, et seq. and the two are in conflict as shown herein.
2019-1485 In Re: S.M. [and] H.M., Dependent Child OPEN
(Held)
1/21/2020 Proposition of Law No. I: An Agency should only be able to file for permanent custody under O.R.C. 2151.414(B)(1)(d) once there have been twenty-two-consecutive (22) moths of agency involvement
2019-1481 Andrew Welsh-Huggins v. Office of the Prosecuting Attorney, Jefferson County, Ohio OPEN 1/21/2020 Appellant’s Proposition of Law No. 1 A public office must produce competent, admissible evidence to support an assertion of an exception to the Public Records Act.
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