Case Caption

Case No.Topics and IssuesAuthorCitation
05/14/2020 Administrative Actions  Administrative actions.  
In re S.M. (Slip Opinion) 2019-1485Judgment affirmed on the authority of In re N.M.P. Slip Opinion No. 2020-Ohio-2911
State ex rel. Haynie v. Rudduck (Slip Opinion) 2019-1553Mandamus—Inmate had adequate remedy at law by way of appeal from order denying “motion for final appealable order”—Court of appeals’ judgment ordering trial judge to file nunc pro tunc entry reversed and cause dismissed.Per CuriamSlip Opinion No. 2020-Ohio-2912
State v. Harper (Slip Opinion) 2018-1144Criminal law—A trial court must include notice to a defendant that any violation of postrelease control will subject the defendant to the consequences for such violation provided in R.C. 2967.28—Failure of a trial court to include that notice in the sentencing entry does not render the postrelease-control portion of a sentence void—If a sentencing court has jurisdiction to act, sentencing errors in the imposition of postrelease control render the sentence voidable, not void, and the sentence may be set aside if successfully challenged on direct appeal—To the extent that prior cases held that the failure to properly impose postrelease control in a sentence renders that portion of the defendant’s sentence void, those cases are overruled—Court of appeals’ judgment reversed in part.Kennedy, J.Slip Opinion No. 2020-Ohio-2913
05/14/2020 Case Announcements  Merit decisions with opinions—Motion and procedural rulings.  
05/14/2020 Administrative Actions #2  Administrative actions.