June 4, 2019
June 3, 2019
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In Ohio Veterans & Fraternal Charitable Coalition v. Yost, the Court approved a joint motion to continue to hold in abeyance its determination on jurisdiction and ordered the parties to advise the Court of the status of negotiations within 90 days.
May 31, 2019
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In Henry beguelin shoes 863976 Brown, the Court granted appellant James Tench’s request to have Kimberly S. Rigby appointed to represent him for the purpose of filing an application for reopening his death penalty conviction. Tench is sentenced to be executed in September 2022.
May 30, 2019
In State ex rel. C.V. v. Adoption Link, Inc., the Court granted a writ of prohibition against the Greene County Juvenile Court judge’s termination of C.V.’s parental rights and denied a writ of prohibition against the Greene County Probate Court judge, allowing the probate court to consider the adoption of N.V., as long as C.V. has the opportunity to participate in the case.
In Cincinnati Bar Assn. v. Moore, the Court disbarred a Greater Cincinnati lawyer after he sought to represent a woman in a divorce while his license to practice law was under suspension, and then falsely promised her he would provide the service for free.
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May 29, 2019
In State ex rel. O’Diam v. Greene Cty. Bd. of Commrs., the Court ordered evidence from relator Greene County Probate Court Judge Thomas M. O’Diam and respondent Greene County Board of Commissioners to be maintained under seal.
In Ayers v. Cleveland, the Court permitted out-of-state attorney Daniel Twetten to participate in the case.
In State v. Martin, the Court ruled a criminal defendant’s right to a speedy trial is not violated when requests for continuances are not specifically identified in a court’s written entries or the entries do not explain the precise reason for delays.
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May 28, 2019
In Disciplinary Counsel v. Camino and Dayton Bar Assn. v. Williams, the Court indefinitely suspended attorneys Paula E. Camino of Highland Heights, and David L. Williams of Huber Heights for failing to comply with disciplinary matters.