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Happy Birthday, Miss Jane Austen!

Miss Jane Austen was born on December 16, 1775, making today her 246th birthday. The Hamilton County Law Library would like to celebrate Miss Austen’s birthday by thanking her for creating some of the most memorable places and characters in all of English literature. And, for inspiring generations of property professors and students with what …

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Law Library Auction items on sale now

Auction ends: Sunday, 1/2/2022 7:00:00 PM EST Network Printer — Starting bid $5 — Uses 27X toner cartridge (partial cartridge included) Constitutional Law, Civil Rights and other miscellaneous books (total of 50 books). —  Starting bid $5 Ohio handbooks, Kentucky Wills and Trusts, and other miscellaneous books (total of 50 books).  — Starting bid $5 …

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Friday First District Roundup 10-29-21

In re: R.B.  Case # C210119Quote from Judge Winkler’s Opinion:R.B. appeals his adjudication of delinquency for engaging in conduct that would constitute the offense of obstructing official business, a second-degree misdemeanor if committed by an adult. Because the state failed to demonstrate that R.B. actually hampered or impeded the performance of a public official’s duty, an …

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Friday First District Roundup 10-22-21

State of Ohio v. Desmond Austin  Case # C210141Quote from Judge Bergeron’s Opinion:After spending the night with one woman, defendant-appellant Desmond Austin returned the next day to the home he shared with a different woman. Perhaps not surprisingly, tempers flared and a fight ensued. The altercation ended with the victim seeking medical treatment and Mr. Austin …

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Friday First District Roundup 10-8-21

State of Ohio v. Rico Mosley Case # C200448Quote from Judge Bergeron’s Opinion:A minor traffic stop yielded drug evidence, which eventually led to a conviction. But when questioned by the driver, the detaining officer could not even describe the traffic violation that prompted the stop. After the driver’s indictment for drug possession, he moved to suppress …

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Friday First District Roundup 10-1-21

State of Ohio v. Jade Woodson Case # C200363 Quote from Judge Bock’s Opinion:Defendant-appellant Jade Woodson appeals her criminal-damaging and assault convictions, asserting that the trial court erred by holding a bench trial when Woodson had made a jury demand and never waived that right. Woodson further asserts that the trial court did not have sufficient evidence …

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