LAW OFFICES OF
DAVID L. DOUGHTEN
APPELLATE SUCCESSES
(Cases consisting of harmless error or including dissenting opinion are not included below)
A defense attorney
must be skilled in all
areas to be able to
provide the best
advice to the client.
State v. Randall, IV, Case No. CA 99721, Court of Appeals, Eighth Appellate
District, Cuyahoga County, November 21, 2013, Reversed and remanded.


State v. Marton, Case No. CA 99253, Court of Appeals, Eighth Appellate District,
Cuyahoga County, August 8, 2013, Reversed and remanded for Resentencing and
correction of the journal entry.

State v. West, Case No. CA 97391 & 97900, Court of Appeals, Eighth Appellate
District, Cuyahoga County, forfeiture order and sentencing Reversed and
Remanded for merger of counts.

State v. Noernberg, Case No. CA 97126, Court of Appeals, Eighth Appellate
District, Cuyahoga County, May 10, 2012, Rape, sexual conduct with a minor
convictions and sex offender classification are Reversed and Remanded.

State v. Parks, Jr., Case No CA 97049, Court of Appeals, Eighth Appellate District,
Cuyahoga County, April 26, 2012, Aggravated robbery conviction, Reversed.

State v. Hicks, Case No. CA95133, Court of Appeals, Eighth Appellate District,
Cuyahoga County, July 21, 2011, Aggravated murder conviction, Reversed and
Remanded for a new trial because of prosecutor misconduct and failure of court to
limit misconduct.  Prosecutor accused defense counsel of informing defense
witnesses how to testify, including the content, through the cross-examination of a
defense expert.

State v. Petti, Case o. 2011-L-100, Court of Appeals, Eleventh Appellate District,
Lake County, March 30, 2012, Reversed and remanded for Resentencing, trial
court failed to properly sentence appellant.

John Drummond v. Houk, Case No. 4:07CV1776, Northern District of Ohio
District Judge grants habeas relief because state trial judge improperly closed the
courtroom, denying Drummond right to a public trial.  (co-counsel with Alan
Rossman of the Capital Habeas Unit) (Attorney General is appealing)

Scott v. Houk, 2010 Ohio 5808, Supreme Court of Ohio
Successfully convinced Court that Ohio has no viable procedure for challenging
lethal injection protocol, thus preserving the right to challenge the procedure for
Mr. Scott and others similarly situated.  (co-counsel with Jeffrey Helmick)

State v. Scales, CA92559, Court of Appeals of Ohio, Eighth Appellate District,
Cuyahoga County, May 24, 2010, Reversed for Resentencing, failure to merge
offenses.

State v. Burks, CA92736, Court of Appeals of Ohio, Eighth Appellate District,
Cuyahoga County, 2010 Ohio 658, February 25, 2010, Trial court granting a
suppression motion, affirmed, state failed to prove exigent circumstances for
warrantless entry into home.

State v. Kaplan, CA91388, Court of Appeals of Ohio, Eighth Appellate District,
Cuyahoga County, 2010 Ohio 508, February 18, 2010, Reversed for new trial, trial
court erred in excluding all defendant's witnesses as appellate court was not
convinced there was a discovery rule violation, under Crim R. 16, with the
witnesses defendant identified in correspondence and the supplemental discovery
that was filed with the court.

State v. Ray, CA92749, Court of Appeals of Ohio, Eighth Appellate District,
Cuyahoga County, 2010 Ohio 513, February 18, 2010, RSP Conviction Reversed,
Officer's testimony and ATF report were inadmissible hearsay and admission of
evidence violated defendant's right to confrontation.  Testimony and the report
were the only evidence presented that the gun was stolen property.

State v. Bess, CA91429, Court of Appeals of Ohio, Eighth Appellate District,
Cuyahoga County, 182 Ohi App. 3d 364, The trial court properly granted
defendant's motion to dismiss the indictment against him involving the stepson.  
Because defendant had fled Ohio and concealed his identity to avoid being
prosecuted for alleged abuse against his stepdaughter, nor his stepson, the statute
of limitations was not tolled by former R.C. 2901.13(G).  This case was accepted on
discretionary appeal from prosecution.  It has been brief and argued and is
currently awaiting disposition.

State v. Taylor, CA91898, Court of Appeals of Ohio, Eighth Appellate District,
Cuyahoga County, June 1, 2009, Reversal of no contest plea, involuntarily
provided as defendant mistakenly believed he could challenge school yard
specification on drug offense at the factual hearing based upon attorney advice.

State v. Watson, CA90962, Court of Appeals of Ohio, Eighth Appellate District,
Cuyahoga County, May 7, 2009, Dismissal of compelling prostitution conviction
due to lack of sufficient evidence.

State v. Keith, No. 89765, COURT OF APPEALS OF OHIO, EIGHTH APPELLATE
DISTRICT, CUYAHOGA COUNTY, 2008 Ohio 3029; 2008 Ohio App. LEXIS 2533,
June 12, 2008, Released

OVERVIEW: Trial court failed to substantially comply with Crim. R. 11(C)(2)
before accepting defendant's guilty pleas as it never personally informed defendant
of maximum penalties involved, it did not state which potential penalty applied to
which charge, and it never mentioned anything about post-release control. Thus,
defendant's convictions were vacated.

State v. Salupo, C. A. No. 07CA009233, COURT OF APPEALS OF OHIO, NINTH
JUDICIAL DISTRICT, LORAIN COUNTY, 177 Ohio App. 3d 354; 2008 Ohio 3721;
894 N.E.2d 746; 2008 Ohio App. LEXIS 3148, July 28, 2008, Decided, Discretionary
appeal not allowed by State v. Salupo, 2008 Ohio 6813, 2008 Ohio LEXIS 3627
(Ohio, Dec. 31, 2008)

OVERVIEW: Insufficient evidence supported defendant's extortion conviction,
under R.C. 2905.11(A)(5), because, when he attempted to induce the victim to
contact him despite an order barring him from having contact with the victim, he
did not try to induce the victim to commit an illegal act, as the victim was not
barred from having contact with defendant.
                                                                
State v. Webb, No. 87853 , COURT OF APPEALS OF OHIO, EIGHTH APPELLATE
DISTRICT, CUYAHOGA COUNTY, 2007 Ohio 2222; 2007 Ohio App. LEXIS 2074,
May 10, 2007, Released

OVERVIEW: Defendant's conviction for receiving stolen property, in violation of
R.C. § 2913.51(A), was properly reversed where the State failed to offer evidence
to show that defendant knew or should have known that the vehicle she was
driving was stolen; accordingly, the evidence was insufficient to support the
conviction.

State v. Attaway, NO. 85036 , COURT OF APPEALS OF OHIO, EIGHTH
APPELLATE DISTRICT, CUYAHOGA COUNTY, 2005 Ohio 3420; 2005 Ohio App.
LEXIS 3174, June 30, 2005, Date of Announcement of Decision , Discretionary
appeal allowed by, Reserved by State v. Attaway, 107 Ohio St. 3d 1680, 2005 Ohio
6480, 839 N.E.2d 401, 2005 Ohio LEXIS 2911 (2005)Reversed by, Remanded by In
re Ohio Crim. Sentencing Statutes Cases, 2006 Ohio 2109, 2006 Ohio LEXIS 1161
(Ohio, May 3, 2006)

State v. Buehner, NO. 84985 , COURT OF APPEALS OF OHIO, EIGHTH
APPELLATE DISTRICT, CUYAHOGA COUNTY, 161 Ohio App. 3d 546; 2005 Ohio
2828; 831 N.E.2d 457; 2005 Ohio App. LEXIS 2667, June 9, 2005, Date of
Announcement of Decision , Discretionary appeal allowed by State v. Buehner, 107
Ohio St. 3d 1406, 2005 Ohio 5859, 836 N.E.2d 1227, 2005 Ohio LEXIS 2553
(2005)Reversed by, Cause remanded by State v. Buehner, 110 Ohio St. 3d 403,
2006 Ohio 4707, 2006 Ohio LEXIS 2901 (2006)
OVERVIEW: Indictment charging defendant with ethnic intimidation under Ohio
Rev. Code Ann. § 2927.12 was properly dismissed because it did not list elements
of predicate offense of aggravated menacing under Ohio Rev. Code Ann. § 2903.21
but simply referenced section number of Ohio Revised Code and, thus, rendered
defective the charge of ethnic intimidation.
The Ohio Supreme Court reversed this holding, although soon afterward agreed
with the holding of the appellate court in State v. Colon, 118 Ohio St.3d 26, 2008
Ohio 1624.

State v. Iverson, No. 85593 , COURT OF APPEALS OF OHIO, EIGHTH
APPELLATE DISTRICT, CUYAHOGA COUNTY, 2005 Ohio 6098; 2005 Ohio App.
LEXIS 5495, November 17, 2005, Date of Announcement of Decision

OVERVIEW: In a carrying a concealed weapon case, defendant's Sixth
Amendment right to cross-examine an officer and technician who were the sources
of evidence against him was violated as neither the officer nor the technician
testified at his trial and the only evidence that was offered, from another officer,
was classic hearsay, under Ohio R. Evid. 801(C).

State v. McQueen, NO. 85330 , COURT OF APPEALS OF OHIO, EIGHTH
APPELLATE DISTRICT, CUYAHOGA COUNTY, 2005 Ohio 4013; 2005 Ohio App.
LEXIS 3662, August 4, 2005, Date of Announcement of Decision , Discretionary
appeal allowed by State v. McQueen, 107 Ohio St. 3d 1696, 2005 Ohio 6763, 840
N.E.2d 202, 2005 Ohio LEXIS 2997 (2005)Reversed by, in part, Remanded by In re
Ohio Crim. Sentencing Statutes Cases, 109 Ohio St. 3d 450, 2006 Ohio 2626, 849
N.E.2d 1, 2006 Ohio LEXIS 1570 (2006)Post-conviction relief denied at State v.
McQueen, 2008 Ohio 6160, 2008 Ohio App. LEXIS 5153 (Ohio Ct. App., Cuyahoga
County, Nov. 26, 2008)

OVERVIEW: A trial court's imposition of consecutive sentences on defendant was
supported by the requisite findings and reasons, pursuant to Ohio Rev. Code Ann.
§ 2929.14(E)(4), where it found that defendant had committed the worst forms of
the offenses, that his dangerous conduct justified the sentences, and that he had a
lengthy criminal history.  This holding was reversed in the Ohio Supreme Court as
noted above.

State v. Wassil, CASE NO. 2004-P-0102 , COURT OF APPEALS OF OHIO,
ELEVENTH APPELLATE DISTRICT, PORTAGE COUNTY, 2005 Ohio 7053; 2005
Ohio App. LEXIS 6352, December 29, 2005, Decided , Discretionary appeal allowed
by, Reversed by, in part, Remanded by In re Ohio Crim. Sentencing Statutes
Cases, 2006 Ohio 2721, 2006 Ohio LEXIS 1600 (Ohio, June 7, 2006)

OVERVIEW: Trial court properly denied defendant's motion to suppress statement
he made to police. He was not entitled to Miranda warnings because reasonable
person in his position would have felt free to leave. Defendant, who agreed to
interview, was not restrained, was in large open room, and was told that he was
free to leave prior to making his statement.  Reversed for sentencing.
State v. Hemphill, NO. 85431 , COURT OF APPEALS OF OHIO, EIGHTH
APPELLATE DISTRICT, CUYAHOGA COUNTY, 2005 Ohio 3726; 2005 Ohio App.
LEXIS 3429, July 21, 2005, Date of Announcement of Decision , Reopening denied
by State v. Hemphill, 2006 Ohio 4372, 2006 Ohio App. LEXIS 4294 (Ohio Ct. App.,
Cuyahoga County, Aug. 23, 2006)

OVERVIEW: Defendant's conviction for unspecified charges for rape under Ohio
Rev. Code Ann. § 2907.02, gross sexual imposition under Ohio Rev. Code Ann. §
2907.05, and kidnapping under Ohio Rev. Code Ann. § 2905.01 were vacated as the
numerical estimates of the incidents were unconnected to individual,
distinguishable incidents.

State v. Roberts, No. 2003-1441 , SUPREME COURT OF OHIO, 110 Ohio St. 3d 71;
2006 Ohio 3665; 850 N.E.2d 1168; 2006 Ohio LEXIS 2174, January 24, 2006,
Submitted , August 2, 2006, Decided , Reconsideration denied by State v. Roberts,
111 Ohio St. 3d 1418, 2006 Ohio 5083, 854 N.E.2d 1095, 2006 Ohio LEXIS 2715
(2006)Related proceeding at State v. Jackson (In re Stuard), 113 Ohio St. 3d 1236,
2006 Ohio 7233, 863 N.E.2d 636, 2006 Ohio LEXIS 3683 (2006)Post-conviction relief
dismissed at State v. Roberts, 2007 Ohio 5616, 2007 Ohio App. LEXIS 4956 (Ohio
Ct. App., Trumbull County, Oct. 19, 2007)Related proceeding at Disciplinary
Counsel v. Stuard, 2009 Ohio 261, 2009 Ohio LEXIS 41 (Ohio, Jan. 29, 2009)

OVERVIEW: Where a trial court judge used the prosecutor ex parte in order to
directly prepare the court's sentencing opinion, which imposed a sentence of death
upon defendant's aggravated murder conviction, such was error which required
vacatur of the sentence and a remand for resentencing.

State v. Savage, Case No. 2003-CA-00256 , COURT OF APPEALS OF OHIO,
FIFTH APPELLATE DISTRICT, STARK COUNTY, 2004 Ohio 1768; 2004 Ohio
App. LEXIS 1567, April 5, 2004, Date of Judgment Entry

OVERVIEW: Where a trial court did not make findings or give its reasons when it
imposed a non-minimum sentence on a first offender and when it imposed
consecutive sentences, the sentences were against the manifest weight of the
evidence and contrary to law.
                                                     
State v. Thompson, NO. 82937 , COURT OF APPEALS OF OHIO, EIGHTH
APPELLATE DISTRICT, CUYAHOGA COUNTY, 2003 Ohio 7070; 2003 Ohio App.
LEXIS 6441, December 24, 2003, Date of Announcement of Decision , Appeal
denied by State v. Thompson, 2004 Ohio LEXIS 1140 (Ohio, May 12, 2004)

OVERVIEW: Where defendant was never advised of post-release control and it
was not included in the sentencing journal entry, an escape charge emanating from
the purported post-release control from the prior conviction could not stand.

State v. Dedrick, NO. 81852 , COURT OF APPEALS OF OHIO, EIGHTH
APPELLATE DISTRICT, CUYAHOGA COUNTY, 2003 Ohio 2871; 2003 Ohio App.
LEXIS 2594, June 5, 2003, Date of Announcement of Decision , Appeal after
remand at State v. Dedrick, 2004 Ohio 2845, 2004 Ohio App. LEXIS 2518 (Ohio Ct.
App., Cuyahoga County, June 3, 2004)

OVERVIEW: Where a trial court stated that a prison term was appropriate to
protect the public, the trial court did not make an express finding relating to the
imposition of a minimum sentence; thus, the sentence had to be remanded.

State v. Fair, No. 81998 , COURT OF APPEALS OF OHIO, EIGHTH APPELLATE
DISTRICT, CUYAHOGA COUNTY, 2003 Ohio 6337; 2003 Ohio App. LEXIS 5673,
November 26, 2003, Date of Announcement of Decision

OVERVIEW: The trial court erred in denying the postconviction relief petition
without a hearing as the lack of a trial transcript showed that the trial court failed
to consider the entire record as required before denying the petition.

State v. Cooper, NO. 82588 , COURT OF APPEALS OF OHIO, EIGHTH
APPELLATE DISTRICT, CUYAHOGA COUNTY, 2003 Ohio 6038; 2003 Ohio App.
LEXIS 5359, November 13, 2003, Date of Announcement of Decision

OVERVIEW: Trial court's suppression of drugs found on defendant during a Terry
stop was affirmed where police had not seen defendant do anything indicative of
criminal activity, and, during the Terry pat down, officers did not feel any weapon.

State v. Embry, No. 82998 , COURT OF APPEALS OF OHIO, EIGHTH
APPELLATE DISTRICT, CUYAHOGA COUNTY, 2004 Ohio 2986; 2004 Ohio App.
LEXIS 2613, June 10, 2004, Date of Announcement of Decision , Stay granted by
State v. Embry, 103 Ohio St. 3d 1425, 2004 Ohio 4524, 814 N.E.2d 489, 2004 Ohio
LEXIS 2021 (2004)Discretionary appeal allowed by, Stay granted by State v. Embry,
103 Ohio St. 3d 1524, 2004 Ohio 5852, 817 N.E.2d 408, 2004 Ohio LEXIS 2606
(2004)Affirmed in part and remanded in part by In re Ohio Crim. Sentencing
Statutes Cases, 2006 Ohio 2626, 2006 Ohio LEXIS 1570 (Ohio, May 31, 2006)

OVERVIEW: As the trial court, in imposing consecutive sentences, failed to make
the statutorily enumerated findings for doing so and the reasons supporting those
findings, defendant's sentence was vacated and the case was remanded for
resentencing.

Dickerson v. Bagley (6th Cir. 2006) 453 F. 3d 690
Reversal of death sentence in Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals

U.S. v. Abboud, (6th Cir. 2006) 438 F. 3d 554
Remand for new sentencing hearing

State v. Crim, NO. 82347 , COURT OF APPEALS OF OHIO, EIGHTH APPELLATE
DISTRICT, CUYAHOGA COUNTY, 2004 Ohio 2553; 2004 Ohio App. LEXIS 2270,
May 20, 2004, Date of Announcement of Decision , Appeal after remand at State v.
Crim, 2005 Ohio 4129, 2005 Ohio App. LEXIS 3757 (Ohio Ct. App., Cuyahoga
County, Aug. 11, 2005)
OVERVIEW: Felonious assault convictions were upheld, as the facts did not
warrant a lesser-included offense instruction and 911 tapes were properly
admitted. But, where the court did not support its imposition of consecutive
sentences, remand was ordered.

CORE TERMS: consecutive sentences, offender, tape, provocation, gun,
assignments of error, aggravated assault, sudden, felonious assault, prison terms ...

State v. Deadwiley, NO. 81355 , COURT OF APPEALS OF OHIO, EIGHTH
APPELLATE DISTRICT, CUYAHOGA COUNTY, 2003 Ohio 297; 2003 Ohio App.
LEXIS 323, January 23, 2003, Date of Announcement of Decision

OVERVIEW: Having made no valid arrest and lacking proper consent, the police
could not search defendant's vehicle. Therefore, any drug evidence seized during
the encounter had to be suppressed as the fruits of an illegal search.

State v. Williams, No. 1999-1218 , SUPREME COURT OF OHIO, 103 Ohio St. 3d
112; 2004 Ohio 4747; 814 N.E.2d 818; 2004 Ohio LEXIS 2143, June 29, 2004,
Submitted , September 22, 2004, Decided

OVERVIEW: Where a defendant's capital conviction was affirmed on appeal, but
his death sentence was vacated, the applicable resentencing statute was the one in
effect at the time he committed the offenses; a new jury could not be impaneled on
the issue

State v. Williams, No. 1999-1218 , SUPREME COURT OF OHIO, 99 Ohio St. 3d
493; 2003 Ohio 4396; 794 N.E.2d 27; 2003 Ohio LEXIS 2192, March 11, 2003,
Submitted , September 3, 2003, Decided , As Corrected December 29, 2003.
Reconsideration granted by, in part State v. Williams, 100 Ohio St. 3d 1525, 2003
Ohio 6510, 800 N.E.2d 43, 2003 Ohio LEXIS 3298 (2003)Request granted State v.
Williams, 102 Ohio St. 3d 1443, 2004 Ohio 2263, 808 N.E.2d 396, 2004 Ohio LEXIS
1070 (2004)Later proceeding at State v. Williams, 103 Ohio St. 3d 1482, 2004 Ohio
5496, 816 N.E.2d 257, 2004 Ohio LEXIS 2449 (Ohio, Oct. 15, 2004)

OVERVIEW: After defendant was convicted, he assaulted his counsel, who was not
allowed to withdraw; due to prosecutorial misconduct, erroneous instruction, and
breakdown of communication between defendant and counsel, defendant's death
sentence was vacated.

State v. Hlavsa, NO. 77199, COURT OF APPEALS OF OHIO, EIGHTH
APPELLATE DISTRICT, CUYAHOGA COUNTY, 2000 Ohio App. LEXIS 4885,
October 19, 2000, Date of Announcement of Decision

OVERVIEW: Defendant filed a motion to vacate his guilty plea to child
endangering and obstruction of justice before the trial court's sentencing order was
journalized, and the court erred in denying him a hearing on the motion.

State v. Pannetti (1998) 1998 WL 564007 (Ohio App 8 Dist)
Reversed and remanded.

State v. Evans (1998) 1998 WL 564035 (Ohio App 8 Dist)
Remanded for modification of appellants sentence

State v. Green (1998) 81 Ohio St. 3d 100
Reversed and remanded for a new trial

Kenneth Green (1998) 81 Oh St. 100
Reversal of capital conviction and sentence

State v. Tyson Dixon (1997) 1997 WL 113756
Reversed, remanded and affirmed.

State v. Davis (1996) 76 Ohio St. 3d 107
Affirmed in part and reversed in part.

Parma v. Peyatt (1996) 1996 WL 199843 (Ohio App 8 Dist)
Vacated and remanded

State v. Mangus (1996) 1996 WL 50824 (Ohio App 8 Dist)
Vacated and remanded

State v. Coleman (1996) 1996 WL 239878 (Ohio App 8 Dist)
Reversed and remanded for new trial for failure to properly docket jury waiver.

Carroll Dean Pless (1996) 74 Ohio St. 3d 333
Reversal of death penalty and conviction for failure of trial court to docket jury
waiver of defendant.  

Tyson Dixon (1996)
Death sentence reversed for trial court's error in refusing to allow defense expert
to testify

State v. Soke (1995) 105 Ohio App 3d 326
Affirmed, remanded for resentencing

State v. Wiley Davis (1995) 1995 WL 348426
Affirm death sentence but vacate sentence of solitary confinement

State v. Phelps (1995) 100 Ohio App 3d 187

Theodore Soke (1995) Eighth District Cuyahoga County 105 Ohio App 3d 226
Reversal of death sentence

State v. Bidinost (1994) 71 Ohio St. 3d 449

City of Cleveland v. Walters (1994) 98 Ohio App 3d 165
Reversed and defendant acquitted

State v. Seiber (1993) 1993 WL 335432 (Ohio App 8 Dist)
Reversed

State v. Dawson (1993) 1993 WL 226436 (Ohio App 8 Dist)
Reversed and remanded

State v. Fittro (1993) 66 Ohio St. 3d 16
Reversed

In Contempt of Rossman (1993) 82 Ohio App 3d 730
Reversed

State v. Benson (1992) 1992 WL 205086 (Ohio App 8 Dist)
Affirmed in part, reversed in part and remanded for resentencing

State v. Holt (1992) 1992 WL 125588 (Ohio App 8 Dist)
Affirmed in part, reversed in part and remanded for resentencing

State v. Meredith (1992) 1992 WL 5762
Reversed and remanded

State v. Blevins (1992) 1992 WL 79758
Affirmed in part and vacated in part

State v. Eberling (1992) 1992 WL 7422
Affirmed exception for conviction of tampering with records which is vacated.

City of Cleveland v. Harris (1991) 1991 WL 263928 (Ohio App 8 Dist)
Reversed and remanded

State v. Duganitz (1991) 76 Ohio App 3d 363
Reversed

State v. Lovelace (1991) 1991 WL 127251 (Ohio App 8 Dist)
Affirmed in part, reverse in part and remanded for resentencing

State v. Clark (1991) 1991 WL 127271 (Ohio App 8 Dist)
Reversed

State v. William Jones (1991) 1991 WL 76031
Reversed and remanded

Nelson v. Klima (1991) 1991 WL 64343 (Ohio App 8 Dist)
Reversed and remanded

State v. Ziko (1991) 71 Ohio App 3d 832
Affirmed in part, reversed in part and remanded

State v. White (1991) 1991 WL 8581 (Ohio App 8 Dist)
Affirmed in part, reversed in part and remanded

State v. Dorion Hill (1991) Cuy. App. No. 57334, unreported, jurisdiction
denied 62 Ohio St. 2d 1422 (1991)
Death sentence reversed on appeal

State v. Hedrick (1990) 1990 WL 20985 (Ohio App 8 Dist)
Affirmed in part, reversed in part and remanded in for a new trial

State v. Iaconvone (1990) 1990 WL 121316 (Ohio App 8 Dist)
Reversed

State v. Lawrinson (1990) 49 Ohio St. 3d 238
Amicus curie brief

State v. Weaver (1990) 1990 W: 118347 (Ohio App 8 Dist)
Affirmed in part, reversed in part and remanded for resentencing

State v. Standberry (1990) 1990 WL 104971 (Ohio App 8 Dist)
Affirmed in part, reversed in part

State v. Hansen (1990) 1990 WL 3589 (Ohio App 8 Dist)
Vacate order of restitution and remand

State v. Arrington (1990) 64 Ohio App 3d 654
Reversed

State v. Fraizer (1990) 1990 WL 1494 (Ohio App 8 Dist)
Reverse with respect to Defendant's gun spec. convictions, affirmed remainder

State v. Heaven (1990) 64 Oh App 3d 832
Reversed and remanded

State v. Gordon (1989) 1989 WL 260228 (Ohio App 8 Dist)
Reversed and remanded

State v. Lott (1989) 1989 WL 24927 (Ohio App 8 Dist)
Affirmed in part as modified, reversed in part and remanded for the sole purpose
of resentencing

State v. Grewell (1989) 45 Ohio St. 3d 4
Amicus curie bried

State v. Shaw (1989) 1989 WL 6205 (Ohio App 8 Dist)
Affirmed in part, reversed in part and remanded for resentencing

J.D. Scott II (1988) Cuyahoga App. No. 53120
Death sentence reversed

State v. Ballard (1984) 14 Ohio App d 59
Reversed

State v. Corethers (1983) 1983 WL 5505
Reversed and remanded