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Thursday, October 06, 2005

10/6/2005 - Supreme Court of Ohio Case Announcements and Administrative Actions

MOTION AND PROCEDURAL RULINGS

1995-2572. State v. Williams.
Summit App. No. 16418.

By entry filed July 13, 2005, this court ordered that
appellant’s sentence be carried into execution on Tuesday, October 25, 2005.
In order to facilitate this court’s timely consideration of any matters relating
to the execution of appellant’s sentence,
IT IS ORDERED by the court that the Chief Justice may suspend
application of any provisions of the Rules of Practice of the Supreme Court,
including, but not limited to, the filing requirements imposed by S.Ct.Prac.R.
XIV(1).
IT IS FURTHER ORDERED by the court that service of documents as
required by S.Ct.Prac.R. XIV(2), shall be personal or by facsimile transmission.
IT IS FURTHER ORDERED by the court that counsel of record for the
parties shall supply this court with a copy of any document relating to this
matter that is filed in, or issued by, any other court in this state or any
federal court, as well as any commutation, pardon, or warrant of reprieve
issued by the Governor.
A copy of the document shall be delivered to the Office of the Clerk as soon as
possible, either personally or by facsimile transmission.

2005-1210. Norwood v. Horney.
Hamilton App. No. C-040683, 161 Ohio App.3d 316, 2005-Ohio-2448.
This causeis pending before the court as a discretionary appeal. Upon
consideration of the motion to withdraw the jurisdictional memorandum
filed by amicus curiae the Buckeye Institute for Public Policy Solutions,
IT IS ORDERED by the court that the motion is granted.

2005-1211. Norwood v. Horney.

Hamilton App. No. C-040783, 161 Ohio App.3d 316, 2005-Ohio-2448.
This cause is pending before the court as a discretionary appeal. Upon
consideration of the motion to withdraw the jurisdictional memorandum
filed by amicus curiae the Buckeye Institute for Public Policy Solutions,
IT IS ORDERED by the court that the motion is granted.

2005-1656. State v. Davis.
Licking C.P. No. 04CR464.
This cause is pending before the court as a death
penalty appeal from the Court of Common Pleas of Licking County.
Upon consideration of the appellant's motion for stay of execution,
IT IS ORDERED by the court that the motion for stay is granted.

MISCELLANEOUS DISMISSALS

2005-1768. Anchor Properties, Inc. v. Ross Cty. Bd. of Elections.
In Prohibition. This cause originated in this court on the filing of a complaint
for a writ of prohibition involving an expedited election matter. It appears
from the records of this court that appellant has not filed a merit brief, due
October 3, 2005, in compliance with the Rules of Practice of the Supreme
Court and therefore has failed to prosecute this cause with the requisite
diligence. Upon consideration thereof,
IT IS ORDERED by the court that this cause is dismissed sua sponte.

MEDIATION REFERRALS

The following cases have been referred to mediation pursuant to
S.Ct.Prac.R. XIV(6):
2005-1684. State ex rel. Riley v. Indus. Comm.
Franklin App. No. 04AP-953, 2005-Ohio-4453.
2005-1795. State ex rel. Blair v. Indus. Comm.
Franklin App. No. 04AP-1134, 2005-Ohio-4351.
2005-1856. Dayton School Dist. Bd. of Edn. v. Montgomery Cty. Bd. of
Revision.
Board of Tax Appeals, No. 2004-V-76.

The following case has been returned to the regular docket pursuant to
S.Ct.Prac.R. XIV(6)(E):
2005-1384. State ex rel. Lakeview Local School Dist. Bd. of Edn. v. Trumbull
Cty. Bd. of Commrs.
In Mandamus.

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