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HILTON PLASTER COMPANY, INC. v. ROBERT L. KNOBLAUCH A/K/A BOBBY KNOBLAUCH, and WHEATLAND DRYWALL, INC.,

Wheatland Drywall (Wheatland) was hired as a subcontractor to do construction work. Wheatland contacted Hilton Plaster (Hilton) to do stonework on the same project. When Hilton was not paid, it sued Wheatland and its owner, Bobby Knoblauch. Wheatland and Knoblauch alleged that the general contractor had hired Hilton. Knoblauch eventually learned that the general contractor had paid Wheatland for ... More $0 (10-01-2016 - KS)

STATE OF KANSAS v. GREGORY L. GALES

Gregory L. Gales appeals from the denial of his motion to correct a claimed illegal sentence. He argued before the district court that the sentencing court erroneously classified his 1976 California juvenile burglary adjudication as a person offense, resulting in a higher criminal history score and a longer sentence than if it had been classified as a nonperson offense.

Gales has an ...
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CHARLES L. FREED v. STATE OF KANSAS

Upon remand, the district court found that one of Charles L. Freed's trial attorneys was deficient when he told Freed the State's plea offer was for 96 months in prison when it was actually an offer for 60 months. There is evidence that Freed would have accepted such an offer. But this record shows no reasonable probability that the sentencing judge would have accepted the State's recommended 60- ... More $0 (10-01-2016 - KS)

In Re: Roy S. Moore, Chief Justice, Supreme Court of Alabama

Montgomery, AL - The Alabama Judicial Inquiry Commission charged Roy S. Moore, chief justice of the Alabama Supreme Court, with violating judicial ethics by issuing an order in January 2016 stating that probate judges in Alabama had "a ministerial duty not to issue" marriage licenses to same-sex couples.

Judge Moore was removed from office in 2003 over his refusal to obey judicial ruling ...
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STATE OF KANSAS v. BRYANT A. SEBA

Following a period of escalating tension between Bryant A. Seba and others, Seba fired nine shots toward those with whom he had been fighting. He killed a pregnant bystander and repeatedly shot one of the men, resulting in the man's paralysis. The State charged Seba with two counts of first-degree premeditated murder. One of Seba's two first-degree premeditated murder counts was based on Alexa's l ... More $0 (10-01-2016 - KS)

STATE OF KANSAS v. JIMMY JERMAL NETHERLAND

Netherland's sufficiency challenge requires us to recite the facts underlying this appeal in greater detail than might otherwise be necessary. Because multiple participants in the events underlying this appeal share the same last name, this opinion will refer to these participants on second and subsequent reference by their first names.

July 18, 2011—Attempted Burglary of a Motor Vehicl ...
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STATE OF KANSAS v. KYLE CARTER

On the evening of September 7, 2013, through the early morning hours of September 8, friends Kyle Carter and Trenton Custer went to a couple of bars before ending up at Michelle Wilmore's Wichita home.

About 3:45 a.m. Richard Heptig, who lived near Wilmore, found a man named Carl Cooper on his front porch. Cooper and the porch were covered in blood. Cooper told Heptig that he had been ...
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Nicole Tomaskovic v. William Szura

Chicago, IL - Federal Judge Grants New Trial In Civil Rights Case

Judge Sara Ellis granted a new a new trial to the defendant in a civil rights violation case that resulted in a plaintiff's $206,000 damage verdict in 2015.

The Defendant claimed that he was denied a fair trial as a result of improper conduct by Plaintiff's attorney including asking questions about subjects and had ...
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Glen Harris and K. Harris v. Anthony Pia, Johnmichael O'Hare and The City of Hartford

Hartford, CT - Plaintiff Gets $202,000 For Dead Dog

Glen Harris and K. Harris sued Anthony Pia, Johnmichael O'Hare and The City of Hartford
on civil rights violation theories under 42 U.S.C. 1983 claiming that their dog was shot and killed by the police officer defendants during an illegal search of their property on December 20, 2006.

Plaintiffs claimed that their 115-pound ...
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State of Oklahoma v. Eric A. Robinson Jr. a/k/a Eric A Robinson Jr. and Geric Anthony Robinson

Eric Robinson, Jr. - Geric Robison - Loretta Robinson - Eric Robinson, Sr.

Tulsa, OK - Jury Finds Two Guilty of Molestation

The State of Oklahoma charged Eric A. Robinson Jr. a/k/a Eric A Robinson Jr. and Geric Anthony Robinson with:

Count # 1. Count as Filed: LEWD, LEWD MOLESTATION, in violation of 21 O.S. 1123
Date of Offense: 04/14/2013
Party Name Disposition Information
ROBINSON, ERIC A JR Disposed: CONVICTION, 09/30/2016. Jury Tria ...
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State of New York v. Oral Nicholas Hillary

Potsdam, NY - Defendant Found Not Guilty On Murder Charge

The State of New York charged Oral Nicholas Hillary with second-degree murder for killing 12-year-old Garrett Phillips in 2011.

The State alleged that Hillary strangled the boy to death in a fit of rage at the boy's mother for breaking off her relationship with him but was unable to produce any direct evidence that the De ...
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State of Nebraska v. Eric Benavides

Section 29-2204.02 is a new statute created by L.B. 605.4
In relevant part, § 29-2204.02 requires a sentence of probation
for a defendant convicted of a Class IV felony unless
an exception applies and the court states its reasoning on
the record:
(2) If the criminal offense is a Class IV felony, the
court shall impose a sentence of probation unless:
(a) The defendant is ...
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BRANT LAKE SANITARY DISTRICT v. STEVEN L. THORNBERRY and GLORIA THORNBERRY

Brant Lake enacted Ordinance No. 4 in December 2007. The
ordinance “regulat[es] the use of public and private sewers and drains, private
wastewater disposal, the installation and connection of building sewers, and the
discharge of waters and wastes into the public sewer system[.]” The parties dispute
the meaning of Section 2 of the ordinance. It provides in relevant part: More $0 (09-30-2016 - SD)

STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA v. KEITH WAYNEMCLAIN HORNED EAGLE

On September 28, 2014, in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, Cheryl Walking
Crow called 911 to report that she had been raped earlier that morning. She
explained that she had walked to a cement enclosure next to the Salvation Army
building to sleep when a man approached her and raped her. Sioux Falls police
officers Bridget O’Toole and Craig Boetel responded. Officer O’Toole noted t ...
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Dagoberto Ontiveros v. The State of Wyoming

This matter came before the Court upon its own motion following notification that Appellant has not filed a pro se brief within the time allotted by this Court. Pursuant to a plea agreement, Appellant entered an unconditional “no contest” plea to second degree murder. Wyo. Stat. Ann. § 6-2-104. The district court imposed a sentence of 20 to 24 years. Appellant filed this appeal to challenge th ... More $0 (09-30-2016 - WY)

The People of the State of New York v. Justin Alfonso, also known as "King Kasanova"

Appeal by the defendant from a judgment of the County Court, Dutchess County (Greller, J.), rendered July 15, 2013, convicting him of conspiracy in the second degree, attempted murder in the second degree (two counts), assault in the first degree, attempted assault in the first degree, gang assault in the first degree, attempted gang assault in the first degree, criminal possession of a weapon in ... More $0 (09-30-2016 - NY)

State of Louisiana v. Gary R. Modisette

On November 21, 2013, the state filed a bill of information in trial
court docket number 88020 charging Defendant with indecent behavior with
juveniles in violation of La. R.S. 14:81(H)(2). It alleged that, between
June 1, 2013, and August 21, 2013, Defendant committed a lewd or
lascivious act upon the person or in the presence of a child under the age of
13. On March 25 ...
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State of Louisiana v. Laderrius Shelton

On January 17, 2014, the defendant and an accomplice robbed the
Harris Corner Store in Minden. Both were masked, and the accomplice
carried a firearm. They fled and, shortly thereafter, were apprehended by
officers of the Minden Police Department.
The defendant was charged with armed robbery with the use of a
firearm, conspiracy to commit armed robbery, and illegal po ...
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United States of America v. Wells Fargo Bank, N.A.

Los Angeles, CA - Justice Department Reaches $4 Million Settlement with Wells Fargo Dealer Services for Illegally Repossessing Servicemembers’ Cars

The Justice Department announced today that Wells Fargo Bank N.A., doing business as Wells Fargo Dealer Services, has agreed to change its policies and pay over $4.1 million to resolve allegations that it violated the Servicemembers Civil Reli ...
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State of Louisiana v. Davis L. Jackson

On March 14, 2015, Davis L. Jackson (“Jackson”) shot Bobbie
Hooper (“victim”), his friend and neighbor, in the chest from a close range
with a .38 caliber handgun. On that day, Jackson went to the victim’s house
to get his autistic son. The victim had been watching the child that day. The
mother of the child was also at the victim’s house, and when she and
Jackson becam ...
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State of Oklahoma v. John Mark Jennings

Tulsa, OK - Defendant Sentenced to 115 For Sexually Abusing A 10-Year-Old Child

The State of Oklahoma charged John Mark Jennings, age 61, with:

Count # 1. Count as Filed: CHSA, SEXUAL ABUSE - CHILD UNDER 12, in violation of 21 O.S. 843.5 F
Date of Offense: 12/05/2013
Party Name Disposition Information
JENNINGS, JOHN MARK Disposed: CONVICTION, 09/27/2016. Guilty P ...
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State of Oklahoma v. Marsha Gore

McAllester, OK - Former Public School Superintendent Pleas Guilty

The State of Oklahoma charged former McAlester, Oklahoma superintendent with embezzelement for using $84.63 in public funds. The State claimed that the Defendant and her husband had dinner at Red Lobster and at Hobby Lobby paid for with a McAlester Public School purchase card. ...
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STATE OF NEW JERSEY v. KASEEM CAMEL

Defendant Kaseem Camel appeals from an October 31, 2014 order,
denying his petition for post-conviction relief (PCR). On this
appeal, he presents the following points of argument:
POINT I - DEFENDANT'S CONVICTIONS MUST BE REVERSED BECAUSE TRIAL COUNSEL WAS INEFFECTIVE FOR FAILING TO HAVE LAKEESHA KELLY TESTIFY AS AN ALIBI WITNESS.
POINT II - DEFENDANT'S CONVICTIONS MUST ...
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STATE OF NEW JERSEY v. JUNE GORTHY (a/k/a JUNE GOVERNALE)

When a criminal defendant is found competent to stand trial
under N.J.S.A. 2C:4-4, he or she has the autonomy to make
strategic decisions at trial, with the advice of counsel. Among
2
those decisions is the choice whether or not to assert the
insanity defense, which absolves a defendant of criminal
responsibility for his or her conduct, if at the time of such
c ...
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Apolinar Terrero Ruiz and $56,000.00 U.S. Currency v. State of Mississippi and Harrison County Sheriff's Office

On November 8, 2012, Sergeant Bruce Carver, an officer with the sheriff’s
department, became aware of a 2008 Mazda sedan following too closely behind a tanker
truck carrying explosive liquids in Biloxi, Mississippi. Accordingly, Sergeant Carver made
a traffic stop of the vehicle. Deputy Brandon Hendry assisted in the stop. Ruiz, a legal
United States citizen originally from the ...
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Gregory Lorenzo Pritchett a/k/a Gregory Pritchett a/k/a Gregory L. Pritchett v. State of Mississippi

In May 2014, the Biloxi Police Department conducted multiple undercover drug
purchases as part of a drug interdiction sting. On May 30, 2014, Officer Tiffany Menotti
traveled undercover to a house at 268 Brown Street, where she contacted Pritchett, whom she
recognized from a previous undercover drug purchase at the same house. Pritchett asked
Officer Menotti if she smoked “hard, ...
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United States of America v. Och-Ziff Capital Management Group LLC (Och-Ziff), and OZ Africa Management GP LLC (OZ Africa)

New York, NY - Och-Ziff Capital Management Admits to Role in Africa Bribery Conspiracies and Agrees to Pay $213 Million Criminal Fine

Och-Ziff Enters into Three-Year Deferred Prosecution Agreement; Subsidiary Pleads Guilty to Conspiracy to Violate the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act

A New York-based alternative investment and hedge fund manager, Och-Ziff Capital Management Group LL ...
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STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA v. IAN SCOTT BANKS

The State presented evidence at trial tending to establish the following facts:
Defendant married Glyn Case (“Case”) on 15 March 2005. However, their
relationship began to deteriorate thereafter, and in April of 2014, Case obtained a
domestic violence protective order (“DVPO”) against Defendant as a result of an
altercation in which Defendant “held [Case] and [her] arms down b ...
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STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA v. NICOLAS OLIVARES PINEDA

A detailed account of the facts and procedural history of this case can be found
in our previous opinion in this matter. See State v. Pineda, 782 S.E.2d 582 (2016)
(unpublished), available at 2016 N.C. App. LEXIS 177. In summary, Pineda was
identified as a heroin trafficker as the result of an undercover investigation of a
heroin distribution network in the Raleigh area condu ...
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STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA v. JAMES EDWARD JOYNER,

On the evening of 10 June 2013, Sergeant Michael Mitchell was patrolling the
south side of Statesville in a marked patrol car when he observed a Honda Civic
parked in front of a house that had been involved in prior narcotics investigations.
As soon as the vehicle left the house, Sergeant Mitchell noticed that its tag lights
were out. He followed the vehicle for several miles ...
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STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA v. ANTHONY MAURICE ROBINSON

On 6 July 2015, defendant pled guilty pursuant to a plea agreement to one
count of attempted statutory rape consolidated with one count of attempted statutory
sex offense and one count of indecent liberties with a minor child. The State provided
a factual summary to the court noting that defendant, age 39 at the time, and Rachel,1
age 13 at the time, met through a mutual frien ...
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STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA v. DAVID MICHAEL REED

At 8:18 a.m. on 9 September 2014, Defendant drove a rented Nissan Altima
faster than the posted 65 mph speed limit on Interstate 95 (“I-95”) in Johnston
County, North Carolina. His fiancée, Usha Peart, rode in the front passenger seat
and held a female pit bull in her lap. Trooper John W. Lamm, of the North Carolina
State Highway Patrol, was parked in the median of I-95. Tro ...
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STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA v. BRIAN MICHAEL McQUEEN

On 24 September 2009, a Lee County grand jury indicted Defendant, a Black
male, on one count of first degree murder and one count of robbery with a dangerous
weapon. On 30 November 2009, the case was declared a capital offense. At
arraignment, Defendant pled not guilty. On 12 July 2012, defense counsel filed a
pretrial motion entitled, “Motion to Prohibit District Attorney F ...
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STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA v. CLAIRY KANYINDA MBAYA

In February 2014, A.B. was living with her mother, her two younger siblings,
and Defendant. Defendant was A.B.’s mother’s boyfriend and had been living in the
apartment since 2013. A.B. was fifteen years old at the time the incidents occurred.
On the afternoon of 21 February 2014, A.B. returned home after school, ate,
and went to sleep in her room. No one else was home bec ...
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Sharon Fernandez v. Nathan Paul Hoben

Oklahoma City, OK - Sharon Fernandez sued Nathan Paul Hoben on an auto negligence theory claiming to have been injured and/or damaged in a car wreck that occurred in Oklahoma County claiming that the accident occurred on September 5, 2014 on 2nd Street in Edmond, Oklahoma. ... More $0 (09-29-2016 - OK)

STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA v. ERIC LAMAR LINDSEY

On 27 May 2014, a Union County Grand Jury indicted defendant on charges
of DWI, habitual DWI, and DWLR. The underlying DWI was later dismissed as the
State chose to proceed on the more serious habitual DWI charge.
STATE V. LINDSEY
Opinion of the Court
- 2 -
Prior to the case coming on for trial, defendant filed a motion to suppress
evidence and dismiss with a ...
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STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA v. HEATH TAYLOR GERARD

The background of this case was summarized by this Court in State v. Gerard,
233 N.C. App. 599, 758 S.E.2d 903 (2014) (unpublished) (“Gerard I”). In summary,
defendant was indicted on 7 June 2010 for six counts of third-degree sexual exploitation of a minor. Detective C.E. Perez (“Detective Perez”), of the Charlotte–Mecklenburg Police Department, obtained a search warrant on 14 April 20 ...
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STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA v. ANTWON LEERANDALL ELDRIDGE

On 12 June 2014, Deputy Aaron Billings of the Watauga County Sheriff’s
Office was traveling northbound on U.S. Highway 421 while talking on the phone to
his supervisor, Lieutenant Brandon Greer. As he was driving, Deputy Billings
noticed a white Ford Crown Victoria driving without an exterior mirror on the driver’s
side of the vehicle. The vehicle was registered in Tennessee. ...
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United States of America v. Gary Hirst

New York, NY - Gary Hirst, Former President And Chairman Of The Board Of Gerova Financial Group, Found Guilty Of Defrauding Shareholders

Gary Hirst, former president and chairman of the board of Gerova Financial Group, Ltd. (“Gerova”), a publicly traded company listed on the New York Stock Exchange, was found guilty of defrauding the shareholders of that company by secretly giving away n ...
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Beth Burns v. San Diego State University

San Diego, CA - Fired San Diego State Coach Wins $3.35 Million

Beth Burns, former San Diego State basketball coach, sued San Diego State University on a retaliation theory claiming that she was wrongfully terminated after she complained about the University's basketball program.

The Defendant claimed that it fired the Plaintiff for mistreating her staff. ...
More $3,350,000 (09-29-2016 - CA)
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