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Wilson v. Wilson E-17-042Appellant failed to timely object to magistrate’s decision regarding separation agreement and did not argue plain error on appeal, so he waived all issues relating to separation agreement. Regardless, trial court did not commit plain error by adopting magistrate’s decision because statute of frauds does not apply to in-court settlements. Trial court did not err by holding final hearing when appellant participated “under protest.” Trial court’s final judgment properly adopted valid separation agreement. MayleErie 9/21/2018 9/21/2018 2018-Ohio-3820
Toledo v. Cox L-18-1014Record does not reflect trial court breach of due process rights. Judgment affirmed. CriminalOsowikLucas 9/21/2018 9/21/2018 2018-Ohio-3821
State v. Allen OT-18-001Plea was entered knowingly, voluntarily, and intelligently, and the imposed sentence was not contrary to law.JensenOttawa 9/21/2018 9/21/2018 2018-Ohio-3822
In re C.T. S-18-005Mother properly consented to the trial court combining adjudicatory and dispositional hearings and received proper notice of the combined hearings. Mother explicitly told the trial court that she did not object to the court joining grandmother as a party to the case, so mother waived the issue on appeal. The trial court’s findings of neglect and dependency were supported by competent, credible evidence.MayleSandusky 9/21/2018 9/21/2018 2018-Ohio-3823
State v. Faulkner WD-17-048Trial court properly imposed additional prison sentence for appellant's violation of the terms of his postrelease control, where the sentencing court provided appellant with the appropriate notification of postrelease control under the law that existed at the time of sentencing. CriminalJensenWood 9/21/2018 9/21/2018 2018-Ohio-3824
In re M.H. L-18-1012Mother lacked standing to file motion to vacate judgment where motion was filed more than 13 months after judgment terminating her parental rights and awarding permanent custody to children’s services agency, and judgment had already been affirmed on appeal. MayleLucas 9/19/2018 9/21/2018 2018-Ohio-3817
In re A.P. L-18-1063Juvenile court properly terminated appellant’s parental rights to two children and granted permanent custody to appellee. Judgment affirmed. Termination of parental rights, permanent custody, abuse of discretion, manifest weight of the evidenceOsowikLucas 9/19/2018 9/21/2018 2018-Ohio-3818
In re J.J. S-18-009Mother failed to rectify the conditions which caused the children to be removed from the home. On-going relationship and contact with father with domestic violence history towards mother. Anger issues. Safety issues. Cognitive limitations.SingerSandusky 9/19/2018 9/21/2018 2018-Ohio-3819
Buck v. Buck F-17-012Trial court determination of marital property was not against the manifest weight of the evidence and determinations of property division, spousal support, and attorney fees were not an abuse of discretion. Judgment affirmed. Divorce, marital property,OsowikFulton 9/14/2018 9/14/2018 2018-Ohio-3704
State v. Ciboro L-17-1038, L-17-1039Appellant’s rape convictions were supported by sufficient evidence and were not against the manifest weight of the evidence where the record demonstrates that appellant engaged in fellatio, cunnilingus, and anal intercourse with an individual under the age of 13.JensenLucas 9/14/2018 9/14/2018 2018-Ohio-3705