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State v. Grant CA2014-03-005; CA2014-03-006Appellant's convictions were supported by sufficient evidence and were not against the manifest weight of the evidence where the daughters testified that appellant inserted his finger into their vaginas during bath time, that appellant forced one daughter to perform fellatio on her, and that he rubbed his penis on one daughter's exposed buttock and pubic region. The trial court used a correct definition of force in regard to one rape charge where appellant compelled the daughter to submit to his sexual contact based upon his authority over the child and his father/daughter relationship with her.PiperBrown 3/2/2015 3/2/2015 2015-Ohio-723
State v. Asher CA2013-12-234Crim.R. 32.1; Motion to Withdraw Guilty Plea; Void; Jurisdiction.RinglandButler 3/2/2015 3/2/2015 2015-Ohio-724
State v. Pipkin CA2014-03-075; CA2014-04-083Anders no error.Per CuriamButler 3/2/2015 3/2/2015 2015-Ohio-725
State v. Stutler CA2014-06-133Appeal of length of sentence; jail-term; moot; failure to seek stay of sentence.HendricksonButler 3/2/2015 3/2/2015 2015-Ohio-726
State v. Pope CA2014-07-156Anders no error.Per CuriamButler 3/2/2015 3/2/2015 2015-Ohio-727
State v. Hunter CA2014-09-194Anders no error.Per CuriamButler 3/2/2015 3/2/2015 2015-Ohio-728
In re K.W. CA2014-10-223Anders no error.Per CuriamButler 3/2/2015 3/2/2015 2015-Ohio-729
Sweeney v. Sweeney CA2014-05-077Divorce decree; contempt; bonus; attorney fees; local rules; abuse of discretion.HendricksonWarren 3/2/2015 3/2/2015 2015-Ohio-730
In re E.J. CA2014-07-098Legal Custody; Statement of Understanding; R.C. 2151.353; R.C. 2151.415; Transcript at State's Expense; No Constitutional Violation; The juvenile court did not err by granting legal custody of a child to the child's grandmother even though the child's grandmother did not file a signed statement of understanding. The motion for legal custody was not brought pursuant to R.C. 2151.353, but rather, under the confines of R.C. 2151.415(A)(3). Unlike R.C. 2151.353, nothing within the provisions of R.C. 2151.415 requires a signed statement of understanding to be filed before legal custody can be granted to a nonparent. In addition, the juvenile court did not violate appellant's constitutional rights by denying her motion for a transcript of the dispositional hearing paid at the state's expense. Unlike a grant of permanent custody, the grant of legal custody to a nonparent does not involve the termination of parental rights. The total, irreversible elimination of parental rights triggers constitutional protection and entitles an indigent parent to waiver of fees and/or assistance of appointed counsel. Any lesser court action does not.PowellWarren 3/2/2015 3/2/2015 2015-Ohio-731
In re K.O. CA2014-08-111Appellant's adjudication was supported by the manifest weight and sufficiency of the evidence were the victim testified that appellant touched her on her thigh, breast, and stomach, and where appellant knew the touching was offensive because the victim moved away when he touched her and her body became tense at the unwanted touching. PiperWarren 3/2/2015 3/2/2015 2015-Ohio-732
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