Evans' repeated requests to Judge John A. Connor for the records, which he evidently planned to use in post-conviction proceedings, allegedly never made clear his intent for Connor to evaluate his request, which is required prior to production of records to a felon pursuant to R.C. Code Ann. § 149.43(B)(4). Evans then filed a mandamus action and Connor filed a motion to dismiss for failure to state a claim in which mandamus relief could be granted.
A magistrate judge for the Tenth Appellate District Court of Appeals of Ohio recommended dismissal of the appeal which, for lack of objection, was granted. See: State ex rel. Evans v. Connor, Case No. 05AP 1052 (Ohio App.10 Dist., 2006); 2006 WL 1555862.
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|Cite||(Ohio App.10 Dist., 2006); 2006 WL 1555862.|
|Level||State Court of Appeals|