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Date: 05-22-2020

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STATE OF OHIO v. KHALIS COLLINS

Case Number: 18 CO 0012

Judge: PER CURIAM.

Court: IN THE COURT OF APPEALS OF OHIO SEVENTH APPELLATE DISTRICT COLUMBIANA COUNTY

Plaintiff's Attorney: Robert Herron, Prosecutor, Atty. Alec Beech, Assistant Prosecutor, Columbiana
County Prosecutor’s Office

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An application to reopen an appeal must be filed “within ninety days from
journalization of the appellate judgment unless the applicant shows good cause for filing
at a later time.” App.R. 26(B).
{¶3} Our judgment in this case was filed on June 14, 2019. Appellant filed this
application on February 3, 2020, over four-and-a-half months past the deadline. Thus,
the application is untimely.
{¶4} If the application is filed more than ninety days after journalization of the
appellate judgment, then it must contain “[a] showing of good cause for untimely filing in
the application.” App.R. 26(B)(2)(b).
{¶5} Appellant has not asserted any cause for his late filing, let alone “good
cause” as is required by the Appellate Rule.

Outcome: For the above reasons, appellant’s application to reopen his appeal is
hereby denied.

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