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The hearing officer further found the following mitigating evidence: The hearing examiner recommended a ninety-day suspension. The board "considered [appellee] in a position of authority, and [he] breached the trust of the public. Law enforcement is a position of trust, much like that of an EMT. It is the Board's responsibility to the public to ensure that all licensed EMTs meet the level of trust instilled upon them by the Board. Therefore, the Board believes that these factors, and the evidence presented at the hearing, far out weigh [sic] any mitigating evidence presented by [appellee].
The court determined that as a matter of law, appellee's sexual imposition conviction did not constitute conduct involving moral turpitude. Therefore, we address them together. Generally, a common pleas court must defer to the agency's resolution of factual questions. The court need not, however, accept improperly drawn inferences from the evidence or accept evidence which is neither reliable nor probative. University of Cincinnati v. Conrad , 63 Ohio St. Ohio Liquor Control Comm. Furthermore, a trial court may not try the issues de novo or substitute its judgment for the administrative agency.
Sushka , Ohio App. Maxwell , 57 Ohio App.
Louis , 36 Ohio App. A common pleas court may, however, decide purely legal questions de novo. See Ohio Historical Soc.
See Lorain City Bd. It is incumbent on a trial court to examine the evidence. See Pons , 66 Ohio St.
Such is not the charge of an appellate court. An appellate court must determine if the trial court has abused its discretion. Thus, absent an abuse of discretion on the part of the trial court, a court of appeals must affirm the trial court's judgment.
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An abuse of discretion constitutes more than an error of law or judgment; rather, it implies that the trial court's attitude was unreasonable, arbitrary or unconscionable.