Friday First District Roundup 8-30-19

Each Friday, we highlight decisions of the First District Court of Appeals in the past week. For question about these cases, contact Vanessa Seeger.

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In re: W.T.
Case #C190322

Quote from Judgment Entry:

We consider this appeal on the accelerated calendar, and this judgment entry is not an opinion of the court. See Rep.Op.R. 3.1; App.R. 11.1(E); 1st Dist. Loc.R. 11.1.1. Appellant mother appeals the decision of the Hamilton County Juvenile Court granting permanent custody of her child, W.T., to appellee Hamilton County Department of Job and Family Services (“HCJFS”). In her sole assignment of error, she argues that the juvenile court’s decision was not supported by sufficient evidence, and that it was against the manifest weight of the evidence. This assignment of error is not well taken.

In re: R.B., E.B., M.B., D.B.
Case # C190331

Quote from Judge Zayas' Opinion:

Mother and her son, D.B., each appeal from a judgment of the Hamilton County Juvenile Court that terminated mother’s parental rights and placed D.B., along with his half-siblings M.B., E.B., and R.B., in the permanent custody of the Hamilton County Department of Job and Family Services (“HCJFS”). For the reasons that follow, we affirm the juvenile court’s judgment.

State of Ohio v. Clarence Ham
Case #C180338

Quote from Judge Zayas' Opinion:

Clarence Ham appeals the judgment of the Hamilton County Municipal Court convicting him of telecommunications harassment. In his sole assignment of error, he contends that the state failed to present sufficient evidence to support his conviction, and that the conviction was against the manifest weight of the evidence. For the following reasons, we affirm the judgment of the trial court.