2009-Ohio-6068

James Currey, Plaintiff v. Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction, Defendant.

No. 2005-05779.Court of Claims of Ohio.
Filed October 14, 2009.

[EDITOR’S NOTE: This case is unpublished as indicated by the issuing court.]

CLARK B. WEAVER SR., Judge, STEVEN A. LARSON, Magistrate.

JUDGMENT ENTRY
CLARK B. WEAVER SR., Judge.

{¶ 1} On September 8, 2009, the magistrate issued a decision recommending judgment for plaintiff in the amount of $7,525.

{¶ 2} Civ. R. 53(D)(3)(b)(i) states, in part: “A party may file written objections to a magistrate’s decision within fourteen days of the filing of the decision, whether or not the court has adopted the decision during that fourteen-day period as permitted by Civ. R. 53(D)(4)(e)(i).” Defendant timely filed an objection.

{¶ 3} Upon review of the record, the magistrate’s decision and the objection, the court finds that the magistrate has properly determined the factual issues and appropriately applied the law. Therefore, the objection is OVERRULED and the court adopts the magistrate’s decision and recommendation as its own, including findings of fact and conclusions of law contained therein.

{¶ 4} Judgment is rendered for plaintiff in the amount of $7,525 which includes the filing fee paid by plaintiff. Court costs are assessed against defendant. The clerk shall serve upon all parties notice of this judgment and its date of entry upon the journal.

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