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Case No.Case CaptionCase StatusDate
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2020-0312 State of Ohio v. Theodis Montgomery OPEN 4/28/2020 Proposition of Law No. I: An Appellant is denied his right to a fair trial guaranteed by the 6th and 14th amendments to the United States constitution when a trial court permits and alleged victim to be introduced to the jury during voir dire as a representing the State of Ohio and permits them to sit with the Prosecutor for the State at counsels table throughout the entire trial in front of the jury.
2020-0306 Motorists Mutual Insurance Company v. Ironics , Inc., et al. and Mercy Komar, et al. OPEN 5/12/2020 Proposition of Law No. 1: The incorporation of a defective ingredient into an integrated product or system does not constitute damage to “other” property for purposes of liability coverage under commercial general liability and umbrella policies.
2020-0290 State of Ohio v. Sherry Tidwell OPEN 5/12/2020 Proposition of Law No. 1: Simple face-to-face contact between an unnamed citizen and a police officer may be enough to remove the citizen from the category of “anonymous” and consider him a “citizen informant,” whose tip merits a high degree of credibility and value, rendering the tip sufficient to withstand a Fourth Amendment challenge without independent police corroboration.
2020-0255 State of Ohio v. Robert L. Bates OPEN 3/31/2020 Proposition of Law I: The failure to include a sentence of post-release control when imposing a prison sentence must be corrected on direct appeal and failure to do so precludes supervision on PRC at the end of the prison sentence.
2020-0244 W. Randal Erickson, et al. v. Paul E. Morrison, et al. OPEN 4/28/2020 PROPOSITION OF LAW NO. I: The Marketable Title Act does not require that a reservation set forth the name of the person holding the interest in order to be specific and preserve the interest. PROPOSITION OF LAW NO. 2: A property holder’s fee simple interest is preserved under the Marketable Title Act where the party seeking relief under the Marketable Title Act had actual knowledge of the interest.
2020-0204 State of Ohio v. Tyrone Loyed OPEN
(Held)
4/28/2020 LAW AND ARGUMENT Proposition of Law: The void-sentence doctrine does not require that a sentence precisely track the statutory language set forth by statute.
2020-0182 Electronic Classroom of Tomorrow v. Ohio State Board of Education et al. OPEN 4/14/2020 FIRST PROPOSITION OF LAW A community has a right to pursue a Chapter 119 appeal to the common pleas court from an adverse funding determination by the BOE under R.C. 3314.08(K)
2020-0152 Northern Frozen Foods, Inc. v. Ross C. Farro, et al. OPEN 4/28/2020 Proposition of Law 1: The doctrine of equitable estoppel may not apply to extend the fouryear statute of limitations for the sale of goods set forth in R.C. 1302.98. Proposition of Law 2: Statements regarding future conduct cannot meet the misrepresentation element of the equitable estoppel doctrine to extend the four-year statute of limitations for the sale of goods set forth in R.C. 1302.98.
2020-0152 Northern Frozen Foods, Inc. v. Ross C. Farro, et al. OPEN 4/28/2020 NORTHERN HASEROT’S PROPOSED PROPOSITION OF LAW: THE STATUTORY AND COMMON LAW DOCTRINE OF PARTIAL PAYMENT APPLIES TO RESET THE STATUTE OF LIMITATION FOR A BREACH OF CONTRACT CLAIM GOVERNED BY SECTION 1302.98 OF THE OHIO REVISED CODE A. The statutory codification of the partial payment rule applies to reset the statute of limitation on a breach of contract claim, including those governed by Section 1302.98 ii B. The common law doctrine of partial payment may also be applied to the limitations period provided in Section 1302.98 C. The appellate court’s holding contradicts significant public policies that are promoted by the partial payment doctrine
2020-0143 State of Ohio v. Abdul S. Azeen OPEN 4/14/2020 Proposition of Law I: State v. Carpenter, 68 Ohio St.3d 59, 623 N.E.2d 66 (1993) does not apply retroactively to pleas entered before it was decided.
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