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In February 2010, the court dismissed McKeon's pro se second complaint as legally frivolous and permitted McKeon to file a third complaint
Property insurance agents who offer customers advice on the replacement value of their homes have a duty of care to their customers, a Crawford County Common Pleas Court judge has ruled, but that dut
The court upheld a zoning board's decision to grant a dimensional variance to a gas station owner where there was evidence that unique physical characteristics prevented reasonable use of the propert
...curry favor with her. The court overruled her objection. It found no legal precedent requiring conditional gifts to be made only in contemplation of marriage...
In this appeal from a juvenile adjudication of delinquency challenging the weight of evidence, the evidence of record did not support certain of the juvenile court's factual findings. Dispositional o
...LEGAL PROFESSION Attorney Misconduct " Local Rule 83.3.1 " Failure to Prosecute...
Appellant's sufficiency and weight of the evidence challenges to his first-degree murder conviction failed and cross examination of appellant's alibi witness was properly admitted, but appellant's ma
...its former client, Bardonaro. Fox defendants' communications with former clients relating to legal advice fell within attorney-client privilege, absent a finding of waiver....
Redaction of co-defendant's confession and accompanying cautionary instructions to the jury sufficiently protected appellant's rights under the confrontation clause; the prosecutor's mis-statement wa
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