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  • Unleash Stiff Penalties Against Animal Abusers

    Ohio's laws aimed at protecting animals don't begin to reflect how much people love their pets or care about animals generally. When animal abusers don't have to worry about getting into trouble with the law, that can invite neglect -- and worse things. A Sunday story by Dayton Daily News Staff Writer Ben Sutherly detailed how Ohio law treats animal cruelty as low-level destruction of property -- ...

  • Section 1: Full Faith and Credit

    ... was held that "where a corporation chartered by the State of Indiana was allowed by a law of Ohio to transact business in the latter State upon the condition that service of process upon the agent ...Meyer, 265 U.S. 30, 33 (1924). . Reviewing some of the cases treated in this section, a writer in 1926 said: "It appears, then, that the Supreme Court has quite definitely committed itself to a ...

  • Giles v. California, 554 U.S. (2008)

    ... State , 17 Miss. 115, 120 (1847); Montgomery v. State , 11 Ohio 424, 425- 426 (1842); Nelson v. State , 26 Tenn. 542, 543 (1847); Smith v. State , 28 Tenn. ...At the time of the founding, a leading treatise writer described the forfeiture rule as designed to assure that the prisoner "shall never be admitted to ...

  • Apprendi v. New Jersey, 530 U.S. 466 (2000)

    ...g., Martin v. Ohio, 480 U. S. 228 (1987), between facts in aggravation of punishment and facts in mitigation. See ... who had, in the court's view, treated the subject "more fully, perhaps, than any other legal writer," and it cited, among other authorities, "a line of Massachusetts decisions" and Riggs (quoted ...

  • Exxon Shipping Co. v. Baker, 554 U.S. (2008)

    ...See, e.g., Neil v. Biggers , 409 U. S. 188, 192 (1972); Ohio ex rel. Eaton v. Price , 364 U. S. 263, 264 (1960) (opinion of Brennan, J.). . . III . Exxon ... Indeed, at least one 19th-century treatise writer asserted that there was "no doctrine of authentically 'punitive' damages" and that "judgments that ...

  • Congress Members Agree to Fix Tricky Tax Code ; but Divide Lingers On New Revenue

    Amid all the unbridled partisanship and naysaying about Washington gridlock, a glimmer of consensus has begun to develop in Congress around the herculean task of fixing the nation's tax code. House Speaker John A. Boehner, Ohio Republican, has said rewriting the tax code is a top priority; both President Obama and likely GOP nominee Mitt Romney say it needs to be done, and Sen. Max Baucus, the...

  • Section 2: Powers and Duties of the President

    ...It is so laid down by the best writers of the law of nations. A declaration of war by one country only is not a mere challenge to be ...Such right was afforded to native resident relatives. Maiorano v. Baltimore & Ohio R.R., 213 U.S. 268(1909). The treaty in question having been amended in view of this decision, the ...

  • Flobeck: Label Thinking Can Pollute Water Discourse

    Some years ago, when starting a small business, I spent hours and days reading, researching and thinking about the pitfalls, risks and rewards of my new venture. One of the most interesting articles I read concerned "label thinking." The author recounted an incident where to prove a point about possible evils of labels, a waggish writer took the opening words of our Declaration of...

  • Miranda v. Arizona, 384 U.S. 436 (1966)

    .... [Page 384 U.S. 436, 451] . One writer describes the efficacy of these characteristics in this manner:. "In the preceding paragraphs ...Ohio, 367 U.S. 643, 685 (1961) (HARLAN, J., dissenting). Cf. Pointer v. Texas, (1965). . [Page 384 ...

  • Ernie Infield

    WOOSTER -- Ernest "Ernie" Schooler Infield, 89, venerated columnist, decorated Marine, writer, campaign strategist, life-long Ohio resident, Lion, Methodist, baseball statistics enthusiast, punster, conservationist, businessman, husband, father, father-in- law and grandfather, passed away peacefully, with his daughter at his side, at Smithville-Western Care Center on March 28, 2009. Born...

  • Bell Atlantic Corp. v. Twombly, 550 U.S. (2007)

    ... on the pleadings when the respondents, the Governor and other officials of the State of Ohio, argued that petitioners' claims were barred by sovereign immunity. In a unanimous opinion by ...-as anyone ever interviewed knows-a newspaper article is hardly a verbatim transcript; the writer selects quotes to package his story, not to record a subject's views for posterity. But more ...

  • Owen v. Independence, 445 U.S. 622 (1980)

    ...See, e. g., Town Council of Akron v. McComb, 18 Ohio 229, 230-231 (1849); Horton v. Inhabitants of Ipswich, 66 Mass. 488, 489, 492 (1853); Elliot v. ...The Court's quotation from Dillon on Municipal Corporations stops just before that writer acknowledges that local governments are liable only for injury caused by nondiscretionary acts ...

  • Smith v. Wade, 461 U.S. 30 (1983)

    ... in their formulations, indicating that the present distinction perhaps did not occur to the writers. Others support JUSTICE REHNQUIST's rule only if one makes the questionable assumption, see nn. 8, ...Landis, 314 N. W. 2d 63 (N. D. 1981); Leichtamer v. American Motors Corp., 67 Ohio St. 2d 456, 424 N. E. 2d 568 (1981); Smith v. Johnston, 591 P.2d 1260 (Okla. 1978); Focht v. ...

  • Dred Scott v. Sandford, 60 U.S. 393, 19 How. 393 (1856)

    ... ceded to the United States the immense tract of country lying northwest of the river Ohio, and which was within the acknowledged limits of the State. The only object of the State, in making ...But beyond this, there is not, it is believed, to be found, in the theories of writers on Government, or in any actual experiment heretofore tried, an exposition of the term citizen, ...

  • Missouri v. Jenkins, 515 U.S. 70 (1995)

    ...See McIntyre v. Ohio. 127. Elections Comm'n, 514 U. S. 334 , 367 (1995) (THOMAS, J., concurring in judgment). The rise ...10,1787, in 2 Storing 244. In such a system, the Anti-Federalist writer concluded, there would not be "a spark of freedom" to be found. Ibid. 130. In response to ...

  • Ernest Infield

    WOOSTER -- Ernest "Ernie" Schooler Infield, 89, venerated columnist, decorated Marine, writer, campaign strategist, lifelong Ohio resident, Lion, Methodist, baseball statistics enthusiast, punster, conservationist, businessman, husband, father, father-in- law and grandfather, passed away peacefully, with his daughter at his side, at Smithville-Western Care Center on March 28, 2009. Born ...

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  • Harden v. Villas of Cortland Creek, L.L.C., (Ohio 2013)

    TORTS-slip and fall; summary judgment; open and obvious doctrine; unnatural accumulation of snow or ice may occur due to construction defect; darkness is an open and obvious hazard.

  • Davis Reflects: 'It has Been a Full and Rewarding Career and Life'

    By LINDA HALL Staff Writer

  • Rep. Jack Kingston Holds a Hearing On Agriculture Marketing Regulatory Programs Budget

    ... REP. SANFORD D. BISHOP JR., D-GA. REP. MARCY KAPTUR, D-OHIO REP. NORM DICKS, D-WASH. EX OFFICIO. WITNESSES: ... on the subject, I also see that you're adding a professional project manager and a technical writer, total cost of $400,000. I've been in D.C. For 10 weeks. I understand that it's expensive to live ...

  • 8 CFR 214.2 - Special requirements for admission, extension, and maintenance of status.

    ...Such an opinion must state:. (1) The writer's qualifications as an expert;. (2) The writer's experience giving such opinions, citing specific ... the number of visas issued to the states of California, Florida, Illinois, Michigan, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Texas shall not exceed 50 each (except as provided for in paragraph ...

  • Police, Court Headlines

    Man indicted in stabbing of prosecutor, sibling HAMILTON -- A Hamilton man is now formally charged with attempted aggravated murder in the stabbing of a Butler County assistant prosecutor and her brother.

  • Kendall v. United States ex rel. Stokes, 37 U.S. 524, 12 Pet. 524 (1838)

    .... He did not understand any writer upon the constitution as having sanctioned such a doctrine. On the contrary, he should show the ...Sel. Ca., 28; Commonwealth v. Clark, 1 Bibb. 531; Divine v. Harvey, 7 Monroe, 443: In Ohio, Ex parte Fenner, 5 Ham. 542; and 6 Ohio Rep. 447; and the only case cited as contravening our ...

  • The origins of the elected prosecutor.

    ...Appointed Prosecutors B. Mississippi, 1832 C. Ohio, 1833 II. DISSATISFACTION WITH POLITICAL PATRONAGE III. POLITICAL PATRONAGE AND THE ELECTED ...(22) Some writers have described the move to elect judges as an attempt to weaken judicial power by making judges, ...

  • Unborn children as constitutional persons.

    ...If he had, he would have discovered that Congressman John Bingham of Ohio, who wrote Section One, likewise held the term "person" to be one of inclusion, not of limitation. ... masterpiece that stands on an equal footing with the most famous works of the great English writers upon property law.'"). . (173) GRAY, THE RULE AGAINST PERPETUITIES, supra note 112, at [section] ...