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Case No.Case CaptionCase StatusDate
Accepted
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2019-0187 State of Ohio v. Seante Jones OPEN 4/10/2019 “Where the state is permitted to exercise more than its allotted number of peremptory challenges in a criminal prosecution, does that circumstance constitute structural error requiring automatic reversal of a conviction, or is the defendant-appellant required to demonstrate that prejudice has resulted from the error?”
2019-0182 State of Ohio v. Rogers T. Henderson OPEN 4/17/2019 Proposition of Law I: A SENTENCE OF IMPRISONMENT THAT HAS ALREADY BEEN SERVED IN FULL CANNOT BE INCREASED, EVEN IF THE ORIGINAL SENTENCE IS BELOW THE MINIMUM SENTENCE REQUIRED BY STATUTE
2019-0182 State of Ohio v. Rogers T. Henderson OPEN 4/17/2019 Proposition of Law II R.C. 5145.01 CANNOT TRANSFORM A DEFINITE SENTENCE IMPOSED BY A TRIAL COURT BY ADDING AN INDEFINITE TAIL TO THAT SENTENCE
2019-0158 State of Ohio v. Dewayne R. Fisher OPEN
(Held)
3/20/2019 Is there a statutory authority for the imposition of community-control sanctions for one felony offense to be served consecutive to, or following the completion of, a prison or jail term for another felony offense?
2019-0141 State of Ohio v. Elizabeth Floyd OPEN 4/17/2019 Proposition of Law No. One: An outstanding term of community control, ordered as part of a sentence in a misdemeanor criminal case is a pending criminal proceeding under Ohio Revised Code Sections 2953.32 and 2953.52
2019-0119 State of Ohio v. Maurice Johnson OPEN
(Held)
4/17/2019 PROPOSITION OF LAW: The failure of the trial court to inform a defendant of the community control notification requirements of a Tier III sexual offender designation is a substantial failure to comply with the requirements of Crim.R. 11, and requires that the plea be vacated
2019-0084 Michael A. Pivonka, et al. v. Barbara Sears [Maureen Corcoran], Director of Ohio Department of Medicaid, et al. OPEN 4/3/2019 Appellant Medicaid Director’s Proposition of Law No. 1: By statute, claims that the State overcollected for Medicaid recovery may not be brought in the common pleas courts, except as an administrative appeal.
2019-0084 Michael A. Pivonka, et al. v. Barbara Sears [Maureen Corcoran], Director of Ohio Department of Medicaid, et al. OPEN 4/3/2019 Appellant Medicaid Director’s Proposition of Law No. 2: A class action may be certified only if rigorous analysis reveals that all prerequisites have been met—even if that analysis also touches upon the merits of the dispute.
2019-0078 State of Ohio v. Keith Nettles OPEN 4/10/2019 Proposition of Law No. 1: An interception warrant must be issued by a judge of the common pleas court located in the county “in which an interception is to take place or in which an interception device is to be installed” per the plain and unambiguous language of R.C. § 2933.53 An interception occurs at the listening point.
2019-0049 State of Ohio v. John Edward Nelson OPEN 4/3/2019 The caps on community-control-violation prision sentences for underlying, qualified fourth- and fifth- degree felonies apply to all community-control violations that are based upon conduct that does not constitute a felony-level crime. R.C. 2929.15(B)(1)(c)(I) and (ii).
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