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State v. Wrona 1-17-22The jury waiver of the Defendant-Appellant was made knowingly, intelligently, and voluntarily and obviated the need for a jury instruction on self defense. Further, because competent and credible evidence exists in the record on the essential elements of assualt, the convictions of the Defendant-Appellant are not against the manifest weight of the evidence. ZimmermanAllen 2/20/2018 2/20/2018 2018-Ohio-632
Goerlitz v. SCCI Hosps. of Am., Inc. 1-17-43The trial court did not abuse its discretion in denying Appellants' motion to stay the proceedings and compel arbitration. ShawAllen 2/20/2018 2/20/2018 2018-Ohio-633
United Bank v. Lemon 3-17-17The trial court has the authority to construe certain post-judgment motions for relief as Civ.R. 60(B) motions. When the Civ.R. 60(B) motion purports to disclose new evidence, the motion must be filed within one year of the final judgment and must have a meritorious claim or defense to present.WillamowskiCrawford 2/20/2018 2/20/2018 2018-Ohio-634
State v. Perez 4-17-12The trial court did not err in imposing consecutive sentences.ZimmermanDefiance 2/20/2018 2/20/2018 2018-Ohio-635
Fostoria v. Heimberger 13-17-24Sufficient evidence was presented to support conviction for red light violation and conviction was not against the weight of the evidence.ShawSeneca 2/20/2018 2/20/2018 2018-Ohio-636
State v. Thompson 13-17-26The defendant-appellant's child-endangering conviction is based on sufficient evidence. The defendant-appellant's trafficking-in-cocaine convictions and possessing-criminal-tools conviction are not against the manifest weight of the evidence.PrestonSeneca 2/20/2018 2/20/2018 2018-Ohio-637
State v. Helfrich 13-17-30; 13-17-31; 13-17-32The trial court did not err in finding that the Appellant was not eligible to seal the record of his convictions. Judgment of the trial court is affirmed. ZimmermanSeneca 2/20/2018 2/20/2018 2018-Ohio-638
Fetters v. Duff 10-17-14Plaintiff-appellant had standing under R.C. 1337.36 to file a complaint requesting an accounting from a deceased principal's attorney-in-fact. Trial court did not abuse its discretion in dismissing plaintiff-appellant's complaint for an accounting.PrestonMercer 2/12/2018 2/12/2018 2018-Ohio-542
State v. McMahon 3-17-113Trial court erred by failing to hold a hearing after appellant filed a petition to have his record sealed pursuant to R.C. 2953.31 and 2953.32 and the statute required that a hearing be set.WillamowskiCrawford 2/12/2018 2/12/2018 2018-Ohio-543
Cintas Corp. v. Findlay Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram, Inc. 5-17-14The trial court did not err by determining that a contract existed between the Appellant and the Appellee. Further, the liquidated damages clause in the contract was not a penalty and the trial court's calculation of damages was supported by competent and credible evidence. Judgment affirmed.ZimmermanHancock 2/5/2018 2/5/2018 2018-Ohio-455
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