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Case No.Case CaptionCase StatusDate
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2019-0873 City of Centerville v. Michael P. Knab OPEN 8/20/2019 PROPOSITION OF LAW NO. 1: A municipality qualifies as a “victim” under the Ohio Constitution’s Bill of Rights, at Article I, Section 10a, known as Marsy’s Law, and is entitled to “full and timely restitution” when it is “directly and proximately harmed” by the commission of a criminal offense or act.
2019-0766 Bradly Shillingburg v. Turtle Creek Assets, Ltd., et al. CLOSED 7/24/2019 “Does R.C. 2711.03 require a trial court to hold an oral hearing on a motion to compel arbitration?”
2019-0697 State of Ohio v. Oswald Sibrian OPEN
(Held)
8/6/2019 Proposition of Law: Under R.C. 2947.23(C), a trial court need not consider an inmate’s present or future ability to pay court costs, nor must it explain its decision, when ruling on a post-conviction motion to vacate, stay or remit court costs.
2019-0696 City of Athens, et al. v. Joseph A. Testa [Jeff McClain], Tax Commissioner of the State of Ohio OPEN 8/6/2019 PROPOSITION OF LAW NO. 1 The Home Rule Amendment grants municipal corporations a general power of municipal taxation, and where a State law engulfs municipal corporations’ general power of taxation, that State law is unconstitutional.
2019-0693 City of Athens et al. v. Joseph A. Testa [Jeff McClain], Tax Commissioner of the State of Ohio OPEN 8/6/2019 Proposition of Law No. 1: A State-administered, centralized system for reporting and collecting municipal net profits taxes, paid for by a tax on municipalities, violates the Home Rule Amendment of the Ohio Constitution.
2019-0665 Crown Services, Inc. et al. v. Miami Valley Paper Tube Company OPEN 7/23/2019 Proposition of Law No. I: A dismissal by a trial court of an action, otherwise properly venued, on the grounds of forum non conveniens constitutes a final, appealable order under R.C. 2505.02.
2019-0658 The City of Alliance, Ohio v. Marlington Local School District Board of Education OPEN 7/23/2019 Appellant’s Proposition of Law No. I: A Municipality Which, By Contract, Extends a Real Property Tax Exemption Within a Community Reinvestment Area, Has the Exclusive Authority and Discretion to Control the Pursuit, Negotiation, Settlement and Distribution of any Legal Remedies Pursued and Recoveries Procured Following the Breach of the Exemption Contract.
2019-0658 The City of Alliance, Ohio v. Marlington Local School District Board of Education OPEN 7/23/2019 Appellant’s Proposition of Law No. II: A Municipality Which Elects to Pursue Legal Remedies and Recoveries Following the Breach of a Contract that Provides for a Real Property Tax Exemption Within a Community Reinvestment Area is Not Confined or Limited to a “Clawback” or “Recapture” Recovery (the Authorizing Statutes, R.C. 3735.671 and 3735.68, are Cumulative and Not Exclusive of Contract Remedies).
2019-0658 The City of Alliance, Ohio v. Marlington Local School District Board of Education OPEN 7/23/2019 Appellant’s Proposition of Law No. III: The Settlement of Disputes is Favored as a Matter of Public Policy, and a Court is Not at Liberty to Alter or Interfere with the Contractual Terms of Adjustment, Settlement, and Distribution Fashioned by a Party With Exclusive Control to Make Such Settlement and Distribution of the Resulting Recovery, in Light of the Constitutional Protection Against the Encroachment Upon Contracts.
2019-0655 State of Ohio v. Kyle Patrick OPEN 7/23/2019 Proposition of Law No. 1: Imposition of Any Life Imprisonment Sentence Upon a Juvenile Offender Without Taking Into Consideration Factors Commanded by the Eighth and Fourteenth Amendments to the United States Constitution and Article I, Section 10 of the Constitution of Ohio violates these provisions
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