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McCoy v. Ohio Department of Job and Family Services

Court of Appeals of Ohio, Eighth District, Cuyahoga

December 21, 2017

JANICE McCOY PLAINTIFF-APPELLANT
v.
OHIO DEPARTMENT OF JOB AND FAMILY SERVICES DEFENDANT-APPELLEE

         Civil Appeal from the Cuyahoga County Court of Common Pleas Case No. CV-16-863761

          FOR APPELLANT Janice McCoy, pro se

          ATTORNEYS FOR APPELLEES Mike DeWine Ohio Attorney General BY: Theresa Hanna Assistant Attorney General Health and Human Services Section

          BEFORE: E.T. Gallagher, P.J., Boyle, J., and Laster Mays, J.

          JOURNAL ENTRY AND OPINION

          EILEEN T. GALLAGHER, PRESIDING JUDGE

         {¶1} Appellant, Janice McCoy, appeals from the judgment of the common pleas court that affirmed an administrative appeal decision issued by appellee, Ohio Department of Job and Family Services ("ODJFS"). McCoy raises the following assignments of error for review:

1. ODJFS erred by claiming that the appellant failed to complete four hours of activity on November 30, 2015.
2. ODJFS erred by claiming that the appellant failed to attend an Ohio Works First reassessment for November 30, 2015 to amend her self-sufficiency contract.
3. ODJFS erred by declaring the date of the sanction notice to be December 15, 2015.
4. ODJFS erred by alleging that the appellant did not request a state hearing within the time frame allotted.
5. ODJFS erred by assuming the state hearing requested on December 28, 2015 was for a sanction.
6. ODJFS erred by claiming that the appellant was in receipt of fair healing benefits.
7. ODJFS erred by assuming a state hearing occurred for the request date of December 28, 2015.
8. ODJFS erred by not adhering to the dates on their own notices that they issued.
9. ODJFS erred by insisting that the appellant sign a sanction compliance form when the appellant did not do anything to cause her case to be sanctioned.

         {¶2} After careful review of the record and relevant case law, we reverse the trial court's judgment and remand for ...


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