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State v. Roark 10-14-11The trial court did not err in imposing two consecutive life-without-parole sentences to a juvenile who killed two people. Mandatory transfer to the general division of the court from the juvenile court did not violate defendant's rights and was not timely raised.WillamowskiMercer 9/21/2015 9/21/2015 2015-Ohio-3811
State v. Gibson 1-15-22Defendant-Appellant, Almon Gibson, appeals the judgement of the Court of Common Pleas of Allen County convicting him of 27 counts of forgery and sentencing him to one year in prison. On appeal, Gibson argues that the trial court erred in denying his motion to suppress evidence seized during a warrantless search of his vehicle. For the reasons set forth herein, we affirm the judgment of the trial court. RogersAllen 9/21/2015 9/21/2015 2015-Ohio-3812
Hackenburg v. Zeller 8-15-02Plaintiffs-Appellants, Candace Hackenburg, in her personal capacity and as Executor of the Estate of Deanna Zeller, f.k.a. Deanna Durnell ("Deanna"), David Durnell, and Michal Durnell ("the Appellants"), appeal the judgment of the Court of Common Pleas of Logan County denying their motion for summary judgment and granting the Defendant-Appellee, William Zeller's, motion for summary judgment. For the following reasons, we affirm in part, reverse in part, and remand for further proceedings consistent with this opinion.RogersLogan 9/21/2015 9/21/2015 2015-Ohio-3813
In re K.S. 13-15-11The trial court did not abuse its discretion in granting legal custody of the child to non-parent where it was in the child's best interest.WillamowskiSeneca 9/21/2015 9/21/2015 2015-Ohio-3814
In re K.C. 4-15-05, 4-15-06The trial court erred in accepting incarcerated mother's affidavit purporting to consent to the Agency's motion for permanent custody and voluntarily waive her parental rights. ShawDefiance 9/21/2015 9/21/2015 2015-Ohio-3815
Inverness v. Maher 5-15-16Oral lease supported by sufficiency of the evidence and did not violate statute of frauds. Trial court properly determined attorney's fees were not supported by proper evidence.ShawHancock 9/21/2015 9/21/2015 2015-Ohio-3816
State v. Bell 12-15-02Trial counsel was not ineffective for electing not to call victim as a witness where witness changed her story. Domestic Violence convictions were not against the weight of the evidence.ShawPutnam 9/21/2015 9/21/2015 2015-Ohio-3817
Clark v. Clark 7-15-09Plaintiff-Appellant, Tina Clark, n.k.a. Tina Daugherty, appeals the judgment of the Court of Common Pleas of Henry County, Domestic Relations Division, adopting the Child Support Enforcement Agency's ("CSEA") recommendations, which modified the child support payment of Defendant-Appellee, David Clark. On appeal, Tina argues that the trial court abused its discretion by failing to properly impute additional income to David for the 2013 calendar year. For the reasons that follow, we affirm the judgment of the trial court.RogersHenry 9/21/2015 9/21/2015 2015-Ohio-3818
Miller v. Stuckey 3-15-10The trial court erred as a matter of law by concluding that the quit-claim deeds at issue, which transferred Ohio real property held in a trust, were invalid and void ab initio because they did not comply with deed-formality requirements under Florida law, which the trial court concluded applied based on a Florida choice-of-law provision in the trust.PrestonCrawford 9/21/2015 9/21/2015 2015-Ohio-3819
St. Germain v. Newell 9-15-14Summary Judgment properly awarded to landowner where loose railing was known to plaintiff and plaintiff failed to establish negligence per se.ShawMarion 9/14/2015 9/14/2015 2015-Ohio-3713