Joseph E. Adams, Plaintiff, v. Department of Rehabilitation and Correction, Defendant.

No. 2004-10281.Court of Claims of Ohio.
Filed July 10, 2006.

[EDITOR’S NOTE: This case is unpublished as indicated by the issuing court.]

Joseph E. Adams, #428-942, Lebanon Correctional Institution, P.O. Box 56, Lebanon, Ohio 45036, Plaintiff, Pro se.

Velda K. Hofacker Carr, Assistant Attorney General, 150 East Gay Street, 23rd Floor, Columbus, Ohio 43215-3130, Attorney for Defendant.


{¶ 1} This case was tried to a magistrate of the court. On April 24, 2006, the magistrate issued a decision recommending judgment for defendant.

{¶ 2} Civ.R. 53(E)(3)(a) states: “A party may file written objections to a magistrate’s decision within fourteen days of the filing of the decision, regardless of whether the court has adopted the decision pursuant to Civ.R. 53(E)(4)(c). * * *” No objection has been filed.

{¶ 3} Upon review, the court determines that there is no error of law or other defect on the face of the magistrate’s decision. Therefore, the court adopts the magistrate’s decision and recommendation as its own, including findings of fact and conclusions of law contained therein. Judgment is rendered in favor of defendant. Court costs are assessed against plaintiff. The clerk shall serve upon all parties notice of this judgment and its date of entry upon the journal.