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State v. Creech 19CA3877Trial court did not err in denying defendant’s post-conviction motion to vacate judgment.AbeleScioto 2/12/2020 2/20/2020 2020-Ohio-582
In re Guardianship of Sammons 19CA7Probate court’s regarding exceptions to inventory did not constitute a final appealable order.AbeleAthens 2/7/2020 2/20/2020 2020-Ohio-563
State v. Stone 19CA1086CRIMINAL-MANIFEST WEIGHT OF THE EVIDENCE - Appellant's conviction for theft was not against the manifest weight of the evidence.SmithAdams 2/5/2020 2/13/2020 2020-Ohio-502
Clark v. Enchanted Hills Community Assn. 19CA4COMPENSATORY DAMAGES-ATTORNEY FEES - Trial court's judgment denying compensatory damages is not against the manifest weight of the evidence where only evidence in record is testimony based on speculation and conjecture. Trial court did not err by ordering statutory attorney fees of $6,125.00, and competent credible evidence supported the trial court's judgment. Trial court has infinitely better opportunity to determine the value of services rendered by lawyers who have tried a case before him than does an appellate court.SmithHighland 2/5/2020 2/18/2020 2020-Ohio-553
State v. Stacy 18CA895motion to suppress; traffic stop; reasonable suspicion; credibility; trafficking, sufficiency, manifest weight of the evidenceHessPike 2/3/2020 2/18/2020 2020-Ohio-536
Newman v. Jones 19CA3684 & 19CA3685dismissal because no final appealable order; probate case; special proceeding; issues remain as to whether certain assets belong to estate; order purports to be final appealable order; can appeal after all claims are determined.HessRoss 2/3/2020 2/6/2020 2020-Ohio-374
State v. Conn 19CA1094A technical deficiency in a sentencing entry regarding post-release control does not render the sentence void when the record taken as a whole reveals that the trial court satisfied all of the statutory requirements to impose post-release control.AbeleAdams 1/21/2020 2/5/2020 2020-Ohio-370
State ex rel. DeWine v. E.I. Du Pont de Nemours & Co. 19CA15Denial of motion to intervene is not a final appealable order where intervenor brought previous action and received relief in that action.HessWashington 1/16/2020 1/23/2020 2020-Ohio-197
State v. Wright 19CA14Appellant had no right to counsel at hearing on motion to vacate void sentence/judgment entry; trial court properly determined the amount of jail-time credit; and trial court properly denied appellant’s motion to vacate void sentence/judgment entry.AbeleHighland 1/15/2020 1/30/2020 2020-Ohio-275
Lawless v. Lawrence Cty. Bd. of Edn. 18CA25educational service center, treasurer, special audit, findings for recovery, breach of contract, duty to defend, severance pay, vacation leave, sick leave, summary judgment, performance incentives, motion to stay discovery, consideration, illusory, public policy, R.C. 3313.22, R.C. 3319.16, liquidated damages, unenforceable penalty, unconscionability, performance, R.C. 117.36, Civ.R. 59(A)(8), newly discovered evidenceHessLawrence 1/9/2020 1/16/2020 2020-Ohio-117