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Court of Appeals Committee Zoom Meeting
Tue, May 11, 2021
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM ET
AGENDA OF THE TOLEDO BAR ASSOCIATION
COURT OF APPEALS COMMITTEE MEETING
Tuesday, May 11, 2021
- Feedback re April 13 CLE
- Update from the Court
- Amendments to Local Rules: Effective May 1, 2021
(D) – Requirements of Counsel. Upon reversal and remand of a decision from this court by the Ohio Supreme Court, the attorney for the appellant and appellee shall each file a separate notice, or a joint notice with the court of appeals clerk advising of the Ohio Supreme Court’s decision within 14 days of that decision.
(A) Extensions. The time for filing briefs as provided by App.R. 11.1(C), 11.2(B)(3)(c) and 18; and 6th Dist.Loc.App.R. 11 and 12(B) is mandatory. In appeals involving adoption of a minor child; termination of parental rights; dependent, neglected, 8. unruly or delinquent children; those assigned to the accelerated calendar; and any criminal appeal by the state, the time for filing briefs shall not be extended for any period of time except in extraordinary circumstances. In all other appeals, either party, upon timely notice, may be granted one automatic extension not to exceed 10 days (or an extension of more than 10 days for good cause shown) for filing any brief by filing a notice with the clerk specifying that the party is taking a ten-day extension of time to file its brief. Extensions to file briefs subsequent to the first extension will only be granted for good cause shown.
When a party files an application for release on bail and suspension of execution of sentence pursuant to App.R. 8(B), a memorandum in support shall be filed with the application in this court. In any case where the conviction from which the appeal is taken is rendered on a no contest or guilty plea, the defendant shall also accompany his application with a listing of the assignments of error he intends to assert on his appeal. The party’s memorandum shall also contain, but is not limited to, the following information, which shall be supported by the papers, affidavits, and portions of the record referred to in App.R. 8(B): (1) confirmation that the motion for release on bail was denied by the trial court, (2) a statement of the offense for which the party was found guilty and the sentence imposed by the trial court, (3) a listing of the party’s prior convictions, if any, and if there are none, a statement to that effect, (4) a listing of current charges pending against the party, if any, and if there are none, a statement to that effect, (5) a statement as to whether the party is currently employed, the name of the party’s employer and for how long the party has been employed, (6) a statement of the amount of bail the party is requesting and in what manner the bail will be secured, and (7) a statement of defendant’s family or other community ties. Failure to comply with this rule may result in the automatic denial of the application.
- Oral argument on Reagan Tokes Law scheduled for June 29, State v. Maddox: “Is the constitutionality of the provisions of the Reagan Tokes Act, which allow the Department of Rehabilitation and Correctio[n] to administratively extend a criminal defendant’s prison term beyond the presumptive minimum term, ripe for review on direct appeal from sentencing, or only after the defendant has served the minimum term and been subject to extension by application of the Act?”
- Update on Senate Bill 80 and House Bill 149
- Other business
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Tue, May 11, 2021
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM ET
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