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2018-1479 Michael Moore, Conservator of the Person and Estate of Justin T. Moore v. Mount Carmel Health System dba Mount Carmel St. Ann's Hospital, et al. OPEN 11/28/2018 Does the Ohio savings statute, R.C. 2305.19(A), apply to an action in which a plaintiff attempts, but fails to perfect service on the original complaint within one year pursuant to Civ.R. 3(A)? If so, when a plaintiff files instructions for service after the Civ.R. 3(A) one-year period, does the request act as a dismissal by operation of law and also act as the refiling of an identical cause of action so as to allow the action to continue?”
2018-1389 State of Ohio v. Basim Barnes OPEN 12/12/2018 Proposition of Law I: In a criminal case, a trial court’s order denying appointed counsel’s motion to withdraw based upon an alleged conflict of interest is not a final appealable order subject to an intermediate interlocutory appeal.
2018-1389 State of Ohio v. Basim Barnes OPEN 12/12/2018 Proposition of Law II: In a criminal case, where an appointed attorney seeks to withdraw representation of an indigent defendant must show more than a mere possibility that the former representation of a witness will conflict with the current representation of the client. A trial court does not err in denying an attorney’s request to withdraw where no specific showing has been made that continued representation will result in a violation of the Ohio Rules of Professional Conduct.
2018-1381 In re: T.K. OPEN 12/12/2018 Proposition No. 1: Ohio law mandates that a juvenile court dismiss a neglect, abuse, or dependency case on the motion of any party if the court does not complete disposition within ninety days of the date of filing of the complaint.
2018-1380 In re: S.K. OPEN 12/12/2018 Proposition No. 1: Ohio law mandates that a juvenile court dismiss a neglect, abuse, or dependency case on the motion of any party if the court does not complete disposition within ninety days of the date of filing of the complaint.
2018-1379 In re: J.T. OPEN 12/12/2018 Proposition No. 1: Ohio law mandates that a juvenile court dismiss a neglect, abuse, or dependency case on the motion of any party if the court does not complete disposition within ninety days of the date of filing of the complaint.
2018-1377 In re: R.T. OPEN 12/12/2018 Proposition No. 1: Ohio law mandates that a juvenile court dismiss a neglect, abuse, or dependency case on the motion of any party if the court does not complete disposition within ninety days of the date of filing of the complaint.
2018-1376 In re: M.T. OPEN 12/12/2018 Proposition No. 1: Ohio law mandates that a juvenile court dismiss a neglect, abuse, or dependency case on the motion of any party if the court does not complete disposition within ninety days of the date of filing of the complaint.
2018-1375 In re: D.T. OPEN 12/12/2018 Proposition No. 1: Ohio law mandates that a juvenile court dismiss a neglect, abuse, or dependency case on the motion of any party if the court does not complete disposition within ninety days of the date of filing of the complaint.
2018-1348 State of Ohio v. Kenny Pendleton OPEN 12/12/2018 A Criminal Defendant’s right against double jeopardy as guaranteed by the United States and Ohio Constitutions is violated when he is convicted for two drug trafficking offenses where the drugs in each offense are calculated as filler for the other offense.
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