Ohio Channel Banner
 

Case No. 2009-0311 State of Ohio v. Gregory Horner

 
 
 

Collections

Supreme Court of Ohio

Description

Does Failure to Object to Defective Indictment During Trial Waive All But ‘Plain Error’ Analysis on Appeal?

When Indictment Does Not State Required Guilty Mental State for Offense

State of Ohio v. Gregory Horner, Case no. 2009-0311
6th District Court of Appeals (Lucas County)

ISSUES:

* Pursuant to the Supreme Count of Ohio’s 2008 holding in State v. Colon that an indictment for robbery under R.C.2911.02(A)(2) is defective if it does not allege that the defendant acted with the guilty mental state of “recklessly,” is an indictment for the offense of aggravated robbery under R.C. 2911.02(A)(3) also defective if it fails to specify the same guilty mental state?

* When an indictment quotes or paraphrases the la... [ More ]
 
 
Set In Point : sec Set Out Point : sec
Width : px Height : px
Code :
 Facebook Embed : To embed this video into your Facebook page, copy and paste the above URL into Facebook's 'Link' box in its 'Share' options.
Please Note : End points and dimensions are not recognized by Facebook.
Set In Point : sec Set Out Point : sec
URL :
 
Date : 04-20-2010     View : 665 Views     Duration : 00:34:10     Size : 118.4 MB    
Download File : 360p