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  All open cases and cases closed in past 180 days.
Case No.Case CaptionCase StatusDate
Accepted
Case Issue
2015-1782 State of Ohio v. Hamza Shalash OPEN 12/16/2015 "The question certified is whether 'controlled substance analogs' were criminalized as of October 17, 2011, the effective date of House Bill 64."
2015-1637 State of Ohio v. Mark G. Sheppard OPEN
(Held)
2/10/2016 Proposition of Law: THE STATE OF OHIO IS A PARTY TO COMMUNITY CONTROL SANCTIONS VIOLATION AND REVOCATION PROCEEDINGS AND THE COUNTY PROSECUTOR, AS THE STATE'S LEGAL REPRESENTATIVE, IS ENTITLED TO NOTICE AND AN OPPORTUNITY TO BE HEARD AT THESE HEARINGS.
2015-1634 State of Ohio v. Sarena Clark OPEN
(Held)
2/10/2016 Proposition of Law: THE STATE OF OHIO IS A PARTY TO COMMUNITY CONTROL SANCTIONS VIOLATION AND REVOCATION PROCEEDINGS AND THE COUNTY PROSECUTOR, AS THE STATE'S LEGAL REPRESENTATIVE, IS ENTITLED TO NOTICE AND AN OPPORTUNITY TO BE HEARD AT THESE HEARINGS.
2015-1610 In re R.A.H., Jr. A Minor Child OPEN
(Held)
2/10/2016 The merger analysis set forth in State v. Johnson applies to juvenile delinquency proceedings to protect a child's right against double jeopardy. Fifth and Fourteenth Amendments to the U.S. Constitution; Ohio Constitution, ArticleI, Sections 2, 16
2015-1610 In re R.A.H., Jr. A Minor Child OPEN
(Held)
2/10/2016 A juvenile court commits plain error when it classifies a child as a tier I juvenile sex offender registrant under R.C. 2152.82(A) because mandatory classifications of 16- and 17-year old first time juvenile offenders violates Equal Protection, and the extension of a court's classification order beyond the age jurisdiction of the juvenile court violates due process.
2015-1596 State of Ohio v. Larry McGowan OPEN
(Held)
11/10/2015 In an appellate court's review of a felony sentence, should it apply the abuse of discretion standard articulated in State v. Kalish, 120 Ohio St. 3d 23, 2008- Ohio-4912, 896 N.E.2d 124, or should it apply the standard of review as set forth in in R.C. 2953.08(G)(2)?
2015-1592 State of Ohio v. Omar Stearns OPEN
(Held)
2/10/2016 PROPOSITION OF LAW: A DEFENDANT WHO COMMITS AN OFFENSE PRIOR TO JULY 1, 1996 IS SUBJECT TO LAW IN EFFECT AT THE TIME OF THE OFFENSE AND NOT SUBJECT TO SENTENCING PROVISIONS OF H.B. 86 EFFECTIVE SEPTEMBER 30, 2011
2015-1581 Ohio Patrolmen's Benevolent Association and David Hill v. City of Findlay OPEN 2/10/2016 PROPOSITION OF LAW NO. 1: Any limitation on an arbitrator's ability to review and modify disciplinary action under the "just cause" standard must be specifically bargained for by the parties and contained within the four corners of the collective bargaining agreement.
2015-1568 State of Ohio v. Jason Raphael, et al. OPEN 1/20/2016 PROPOSITION OF LAW No. I: Absent reasonable suspicion, police extension of a traffic stop in order to conduct a dog sniff violates the Constitution's shield against unreasonable seizures.
2015-1568 State of Ohio v. Jason Raphael, et al. OPEN 1/20/2016 PROPOSITION OF LAW NO. II: The extended and continued detention of individuals is unconstitutional once a canine did not detect illegal drugs, and any actions taken by the investigating officers afler the fact were beyond the scope of the detention. The good faith exception to the exclusionary rule based upon the search warrant ultimately signed by a judge is irrelevant to this case as the search warrant was not obtained until four hours elapsed afier the stop.
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