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State ex rel. McGlown v. Mohr 14AP-478Inmate's affidavit of prior civil actions omitted two appeals of postconviction judgments; noncompliance with R.C. 2969.25(A) required dismissal of action in mandamus seeking recalculation of end of sentence date.BrunnerFranklin 4/23/2015 4/23/2015 2015-Ohio-1554
Great W. Cas. Co. v. Ohio Bur. of Workers' Comp. 14AP-524The Court of Claims has subject-matter jurisdiction over an action that includes a claim for unjust enrichment seeking legal restitution.KlattFranklin 4/23/2015 4/23/2015 2015-Ohio-1555
State v. Fickenworth 14AP-542Appellant brought petition for post-conviction relief. Trial court denied hearing and dismissed petition as moot based on the outcome of appellant's direct appeal. Defendant's assertion that he had received ineffective assistance of counsel during plea negotiations preceding his trial and eventual conviction for conspiracy to commit murder was not barred by res judicata. Reversed and remanded for hearing.BroganFranklin 4/23/2015 4/23/2015 2015-Ohio-1556
State v. Martin 14AP-582An offender does not attain a final discharge, and is ineligible to have conviction records sealed under R.C. 2953.32(A)(1), until court-ordered restitution has been paid.KlattFranklin 4/23/2015 4/23/2015 2015-Ohio-1557
Huntington Natl. Bank v. Miller 14AP-716Defendant was not prejudiced by the issuance of a ruling on plaintiff's motion for summary judgment only 11 days after the court had granted leave to file the motion because defendant had filed a response prior to the summary judgment ruling.KlattFranklin 4/23/2015 4/23/2015 2015-Ohio-1558
Catudal v. Catudal 14AP-749The trial court did not abuse its discretion in declining to award Civ.R. 11 sanctions against appellee's counsel who had sought to declare appellant a vexatious litigator by motion instead of a complaint, or in denying appellant's Civ.R. 60(B) motion for relief from a judgment entry adopting and approving the magistrate's decision to dismiss 22 motions for contempt filed by appellant.BrunnerFranklin 4/23/2015 4/23/2015 2015-Ohio-1559
In re D.A.T. 14AP-763Juvenile's conviction for felonious assault and commitment to Ohio Department of Youth Services did not entitle her to consideration for special immigration juvenile status for purposes of immigration law.TyackFranklin 4/23/2015 4/23/2015 2015-Ohio-1560
State v. Draughn 14AP-770The trial court erred when it denied Draughn's motion for appointment of appellate counsel.Luper SchusterFranklin 4/23/2015 4/23/2015 2015-Ohio-1561
State v. Smith 14AP-815The record on appeal supports the trial court's findings that consecutive sentences should be assessed.TyackFranklin 4/23/2015 4/23/2015 2015-Ohio-1562
Yurkowski v. Univ. of Cincinnati 13AP-1049As a result of a prior appeal, case was remanded from appellate court with instructions to determine whether applicable standard of care was breached by releasing patient from the hospital. On remand, case was assigned to a different judge than the one that conducted the trial and entered the prior judgment. Under these circumstances, the successor judge erred by entering judgment based on a review of the transcript of expert testimony from the prior trial when the parties did not stipulate to that evidence. Cause remanded for limited evidentiary hearing on whether applicable standard of care was breached by releasing patient from the hospital.DorrianFranklin 4/21/2015 4/21/2015 2015-Ohio-1511