A judge, sentencing a first offender for a crime, was offered letters written on the defendant's behalf. The defendant was also prepared to have more than a dozen people speak on his behalf, as for why he should be given another chance. The judge refused to let the letters be read in court, or to let the character witnesses speak, and stated that the facts of the crime warranted a serious sentence. He then sentenced the man to ten years in prison. Is that a basis for appeal, in Ohio?