Tag Archives: Ohio Court of Appeals

Reason to Know [ICWA] Out of the Ohio Court of Appeals

2019-ohio-178 In most states, this would most certainly be reason to know, and the agency would be required to do additional inquiry and notify a tribe. When we talk about inconsistent application of the law, this is definitely one of … Continue reading

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Transfer to Tribal Court Case out of the Ohio Court of Appeals

Here. This is a procedurally complicated case, with a hostile GAL. The conclusion of the appellate court is disappointing: It is not for this court to decide where and with whom C.J., Jr. should live. However, we have been asked … Continue reading

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Ohio Court of Appeals ICWA Inquiry Case

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Ohio Appellate Court Rejects Claim to Immunity from State Regulation Alleged by Fake Indian

Here is the opinion in State v. O’Connor: State v O’Connor An excerpt: Appellant urges that he (or his alter ego Noble Bull Horn Sirius O’Connor Bey) is a member of a Native American tribe called the Washitaw Nation of … Continue reading

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Ohio Appellate Court Holds that Ohio Holds Title in Trust to Submerged Lands in Lake Erie

The Doctrine of Discovery strikes again! Here is the opinion of the Ohio Court of Appeals (11th Dist.) in State ex rel. Merrill v. State. Here is one of the key questions presented: The state of Ohio, through the Ohio … Continue reading

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