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Monday, November 28, 2005

11/28/2005 - Supreme Court of Ohio Case Announcements

MOTION AND PROCEDURAL RULINGS

2005-1223. State ex rel. Estate of Hards v. Klammer.
Lake App. No. 2004-L-189, 2005-Ohio-2655. This case is pending
before the court as an appeal from the Court of Appeals for Lake County.
On July 26, 2005, the court referred this case to mediation.
IT IS ORDERED by the court, sua sponte, that the parties show cause,
within ten days of the date of this entry, why this case should not be
returned to the regular docket.

2005-2073. State v. Ashipa.
Hamilton App. No. C-040867. This cause is pending before the court
as a discretionary appeal. Upon consideration of appellant's motion
for stay of court of appeals' judgment,
IT IS ORDERED by the court that the motion is granted.
Lanzinger, J., not participating.

DISCIPLINARY CASES

2005-1949. In re Rucker.
On October 20, 2005, and pursuant to Gov.Bar R. V(5)(A), the Secretary
of the Board of Commissioners on Grievances and Discipline of the
Supreme Court of Ohio submitted to this court a certified copy of a
determination of default of a child support order by Retanio A. Rucker,
an attorney licensed to practice law in the state of Ohio.
Upon consideration thereof and pursuant to Gov.Bar R. V(5)(A)(4), it is
ordered and decreed that Retanio A. Rucker, Attorney Registration
No. 0039744, last known business address in Reynoldsburg, Ohio, be,
and hereby is, suspended from the practice of law for an interim period,
effective as of the date of this entry.
IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that this matter be, and hereby is, referred to
the Disciplinary Counsel for investigation and commencement of disciplinary
proceedings.
IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that Retanio A. Rucker immediately cease
and desist from the practice of law in any form and hereby is forbidden to
appear on behalf of another before any court, judge, commission, board,
administrative agency or other public authority.
IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that, effective immediately, he be
forbidden to counsel or advise, or prepare legal instruments for others,
or in any manner perform legal services for others.
IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that he hereby is divested of each, any
and all of the rights, privileges and prerogatives customarily accorded
to a member in good standing of the legal profession of Ohio.
IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that respondent shall not be reinstated
to the practice of law until (1) the Board of Commissioners on Grievances
and Discipline files in accordance with Gov.Bar R. V(5)(D)(1)(b) with the
Supreme Court a certified copy of a judgment entry reversing the
determination of default under a child support order, or it files in
accordance with Gov.Bar R. V(5)(D)(1)(c) with the Supreme Court
a notice from a court or child support enforcement agency that
respondent is no longer in default under a child support order or is
subject to a withholding or deduction notice or a new or modified child
support order to collect current support or any arrearage due under
the child support order that was in default and is complying with that
notice or order, and (2) this court orders respondent reinstated to the
practice of law.
IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that respondent shall keep the Clerk and the
Disciplinary Counsel advised of any change of address where respondent may
receive communications.
IT IS FURTHER ORDERED, sua sponte, that all documents filed with this
court in this case shall meet the filing requirements set forth in the
Rules of Practice of the Supreme Court of Ohio, including requirements
as to form, number, and timeliness of filings.
IT IS FURTHER ORDERED, sua sponte, that service shall be deemed
made on respondent by sending this order, and all other orders in this
case, by certified mail to the most recent address respondent has given
to the attorney registration office.
IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that the Clerk of this court issue certified
copies of this order as provided for in Gov.Bar R. V(8)(D)(1), that
publication be made as provided for in Gov.Bar R. V(8)(D)(2), and that
respondent bear the costs of publication.

MEDIATION REFERRALS

The following case has been referred to mediation pursuant to S.Ct.Prac.R.
XIV(6):
2005-2143. Sycamore Community School Dist. Bd. of Edn. v. Hamilton Cty.
Bd. of Revision.
Board of Tax Appeals, No. 2003-T-2131.

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