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2014-2201 In the Matter of the Adoption of: H.N.R. OPEN 1/28/2015 Proposition of Law: The 30-day post-birth deadline for filing in the putative father registry under R.C. 3107.07(B)(1) is unconstitutional as applied to putative fathers of children surrendered for adoption after the filing deadline passes .
2014-2122 State of Ohio v. Mary Marcum OPEN 1/28/2015 "Does the test outlined by the court in State v. Kalish apply in reviewing felony sentences after the passage of R.C. 2953.08(G)?"
2014-2064 State of Ohio v. Chelsey Barry OPEN 1/28/2015 Whether a person who hides evidence of a crime that is unmistakable to him or her commits tampering with evidence in the absence of evidence that a victim or the public would report a crime?"
2014-2036 In re: Daren A. Messer, Angela Messor, Debtors Daren Messer & Angela Messer v. JPMorgan Chase Bank, NA OPEN 1/28/2015 1. Does O.R.C 1301.401 apply to all recorded mortgages in Ohio?
2014-2036 In re: Daren A. Messer, Angela Messor, Debtors Daren Messer & Angela Messer v. JPMorgan Chase Bank, NA OPEN 1/28/2015 2. Does O.R.C. 1301.401 act to provide constructive notice to the world of a recorded mortgage that was deficiently executed under O.R.C. 5301.01?"
2014-2028 State of Ohio v. Terry Lee Martin OPEN 1/28/2015 "With respect to R.C. 2907.323(A)(1), which proscribes the creation or production of nudity-oriented material involving a minor, which definition of nudity applies: the statutory definition (R.C. 2907.01(H)), or the narrower definition set forth in State v. Young, 37 Ohio St.3d 249, 525 N.E.2d 1363, which requires additional elements of `lewd depiction' and `graphic focus on the genitals?"
2014-1984 State of Ohio v. Chelsey Barry OPEN 1/28/2015 For purposes of tampering with evidence, a jury may not be instructed that it must find that a defendant knew an investigation was likely merely because she committed a crime that was "unmistakable" to her.
2014-1962 Michael P. Onderko v. Sierra Lobo, Inc. OPEN 1/28/2015 Whether, as an element of establishing a prima facie claim for retaliatory discharge under R.C. 4123.90, plaintiff must prove that he or she suffered a workplace injury.
2014-1942 State of Ohio v. Fate Burnett, II OPEN 12/24/2014 When a defendant is convicted of a third-degree felony OVI in violation of R.C. 4511.19(A)(1)(a), is the trial court authorized to sentence the offender to a maximum of five years incarceration pursuant to R.C. 4511.19(G)(1), or is it required to sentence the offender to a maximum of three years incarceration pursuant to R.C. 2929.14(A)(3)(b)?
2014-1933 Clyde A. Hupp, et al. v. Beck Energy Corporation and XTO Energy, Inc. OPEN 1/28/2015 Proposition of Law No. 1 An oil and gas lease which can be maintained indefinitely without development is a perpetual lease that is void as against public policy. That a lease purports to establish a fixed term is of no consequence if the duration of that term can be extended without development.
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