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Watts v. Southern Health Partners et al

On May 19, 2015, Plaintiff filed a complaint against Southern Health Partners and Dr.
Mongare. Doc. 3 at 3. He asserts they delayed examining and treating his prostate for over one
year, from November 2013 until December 2014. Doc. 3 at 4. He also complains that Dr.
Mongare examined his prostate in a rough and painful manner on December 19, 2014. Doc. 3 at
4. Plaintiff re ...
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United States of America v. Granite Construction, Inc.

Brooklyn, NY - Granite Construction To Pay More Than $8 Million In Forfeiture And Penalties For Engaging In A Scheme To Fraudulently Claim Credit For Work Performed By A Minority Owned Business

Granite Construction, Incorporated (Granite), a nationwide construction and public works company that is publicly traded on the New York Stock Exchange, has entered into a non-prosecution agreement ...
More $8,000,000 (11-30-2015 - NY)

United States of America v. L-3 Communications Eotech, Inc.

New York, NY - Manhattan U.S. Attorney Files And Simultaneously Settles False Claims Act Lawsuit Against Defense Contractor And Its President For Multi-Year Fraud Involving Sale Of Defective Weapons Sights To U.S. Military And Other Agencies

The United States filed and simultaneously settled a civil fraud lawsuit under the False Claims Act and common law against L-3 COMMUNICATIONS EOTECH, ...
More $25,600,000 (11-30-2015 - NY)

Rebar Trade Action Coalition. v. United States

Domestic industry representatives Rebar Trade Action Coalition and its individual members (plaintiffs or “RTAC”) challenge a number of aspects on the record of Steel Concrete Reinforcing Bar From Turkey: Final Negative Determination of Sales at Less Than Fair Value and Final Determination of Critical Circumstances, 79 Fed. Reg. 21986 (Sep. 15, 2014) (“Final Results”), and accompanying issues and ... More $0 (11-30-2015 - NY)


Alfonso Cioffi and The Estate of Allen Rozman (collectively “Appellants” or “Cioffi”) filed suit against Google, Inc. (“Appellee” or “Google”) on February 5, 2013 in the Eastern District of Texas alleging that the Google Chrome web browser (the “Accused Products”) infringed four reissue patents: U.S. Patent Nos. RE43,103 (the “’103 patent”); RE43,500 (the “’500 patent”); RE43,528 (the “’528 patent ... More $0 (11-30-2015 - TX)


The Department of Commerce determined that the subject merchandise was sold in the United States at less than fair value and that it received countervailable subsidies, and the ITC made an affirmative determination of material injury to the domestic industry. The determination was by divided vote of the six-member Commission; the issues on appeal concern the interpretation and effect of the divid ... More $0 (11-30-2015 - DC)


In this bid protest, plaintiff Raytheon Company (“Raytheon”), the contract awardee, challenges both the statements made by a Government Accountability Office (“GAO”) attorney during an outcome prediction conference held in conjunction with protests lodged by defendantintervenors Lockheed Martin Corporation (“Lockheed”) and Northrop Grumman Systems Corporation (“Northrop”), and the decision of the ... More $0 (11-29-2015 - DC)

Todd Entrekin, Etowah County Sheriff v. Jerry Frederic Lasseter

Todd Entrekin, in his official capacity as sheriff of Etowah County ("the sheriff"), appeals from a judgment of the Etowah Circuit Court ("the trial court") granting Jerry Frederic Lasseter's motion to compel payment of medical expenses pursuant to a workers' compensation settlement agreement ("the agreement") entered into by the parties. On January 16, 2012, Lasseter filed in the trial court a co ... More $0 (11-29-2015 - )

Toghill v. Commonwealth Of Virginia

Adam Darrick Toghill (Toghill), an adult, engaged in an email exchange with a law enforcement officer posing as a minor wherein Toghill proposed that the two engage in oral sex. Subsequently, Toghill was indicted on charges of Internet solicitation of a minor in violation of Code § 18.2–374.3. The Circuit Court of Louisa County and both parties agreed that Toghill was accused of soliciting oral se ... More $0 (11-29-2015 - VA)

State Of Ohio v. Adams

This is an appeal as of right from a judgment affirming an aggravated-murder conviction and death sentence. A Mahoning County jury convicted appellant, Bennie Adams, of aggravated murder in connection with the rape and murder of Gina Tenney and unanimously recommended a sentence of death. The trial court accepted the recommendation and sentenced Adams accordingly. The Seventh District Court of App ... More $0 (11-29-2015 - OH)

Bohannon v. State Of Alabama

The appellant, Jerry Bohannon, appeals his convictions for two counts of murder defined as capital by § 13A-5-40(a)(10), Ala. Code 1975, because Anthony Harvey and Jerry DuBoise were murdered by one act or pursuant to one scheme or Page 2 course of conduct. The jury recommended, by a vote of 11 to 1, that Bohannon be sentenced to death. The circuit court followed the jury's recommendation and sent ... More $0 (11-29-2015 - AL)

State Of Ohio v. Dean

Jason Dean was found guilty of all charged offenses and was sentenced to death for the aggravated murder of Titus Arnold and the attempted murder of six other people. On direct appeal, we reversed Dean's convictions, vacated the death sentence, and remanded the case for a new trial. See State v. Dean, 127 Ohio St.3d 140, 2010-Ohio-5070, 937 N.E.2d 97. In this direct appeal of Dean's convictions u ... More $0 (11-29-2015 - OH)

State Of Louisiana v. Wilson

On April 5, 2013, Milton Wilson, Jariod Washington, and Erin Doucet were each charged by bill of indictment with one count of second degree murder, in violation of La. R.S. 14:30.1; armed robbery with a firearm, in violation of La. R.S. 14:64.3; criminal conspiracy to commit armed robbery, in violation of La. R.S. 14:(26)64.3; and obstruction of justice, in violation of La. R.S. 14:301.1. On Ap ... More $0 (11-29-2015 - LA)

State v. Seats

A juvenile offender convicted of first-degree murder appeals his resentencing to life in prison without the possibility of parole. In this appeal, we determine the factors a court must use when it sentences a juvenile offender for first-degree murder. Because the district court did not have the benefit of this decision when it sentenced the juvenile, we vacate the sentence and remand for resentenc ... More $0 (11-29-2015 - IA)

State v. McKinney

In these consolidated appeals, the Court considers whether the jury instructions were erroneous and, if so, whether that error requires a new trial. These consolidated appeals arise from an incident in which three armed men forced their way into the apartment in which Christopher Jones resided with his nieces, Tiara Parker and Lakesha Bella, and his nieces' friends, Shontae Lewis and Latanya Carte ... More $0 (11-29-2015 - NJ)

Mitchell v. State

In September 2014, Frederick H. Mitchell was indicted for
Aggravated Possession of Heroin (Tier 5), Drug Dealing (Tier 4), Conspiracy in
the Second Degree, Possession of Marijuana, two counts of Possession of Drug
Paraphernalia, and Failure to Wear a Seatbelt. On January 21, 2015, Mitchell pled
guilty to the lesser included offense of Aggravated Possession of Heroin (Tier 4), ...
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Centennial Casualty v. Western Surety Co.

Charleston Auto Auction (Charleston Auto) is a wholesale auctioneer of automobiles. Charleston Auto facilitates the sale of automobiles between dealerships by acting as an agent and legal representative, collecting and dispersing funds for purchases, and conveying title between the buyers and sellers. In 2008, an automobile dealer, A3 Auto Center (A3), sought to purchase three automobiles from o ... More $0 (11-29-2015 - SC)

Michael T. Rivera v. State of Florida

Michael T. Rivera was convicted and sentenced to death for the first-degree
murder of Staci Lynn Jazvac. Rivera v. State (Rivera I), 561 So. 2d 536, 537 (Fla.
1990). In the opinion affirming the conviction and sentence, this Court detailed the
facts of the murder: Eleven-year-old Staci Lynn Jazvac left her Lauderdale Lakes home on bicycle at about 5:30 p.m. on January 30, 1986, to ...
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William R. Crews v. State of Florida

In August 2012, the State filed an information against Petitioner, a public
school teacher, charging him with sexual offenses against minors over the age of
twelve, including eight counts charging second- or third-degree felonies alleged to
have been committed between June 2001 and June 2006.1 Ordinarily these charges
would have been barred by the three-year statute of limitat ...
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State of Tennessee v. John Daniel Simmons

The Davidson County Grand Jury indicted the Defendant with two counts of sexual battery by an authority figure of K.L. that allegedly occurred between June 1 and June 30, 2011. Although six witnesses were listed on the indictment, the list did not include two key witnesses who were ultimately called by the State to testify at trial— Tony Pham and Daniel Burnell. On Monday morning, the first day o ... More $0 (11-29-2015 - TN)

J.S. Marten, Inc., Janice S. Marten, and Christopher M. Marten v. Indiana Department of State Revenue

During the years at issue, the Martens operated a retail store and sold tangible
personal property to customers in Indiana. (See Pet’rs’ V. Pet. Judicial Review Final
Determination [Department] (“Pet’rs’ V. Pet.”), Attach. Final Order Denying Refund at 2.)
Between July and October of 2008, the Martens remitted, in five separate payments,
$162,529.11 in sales tax to the Depart ...
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Petitioners Dale Goettsch, Kathy Goettsch, Margaret Steffen and Defendants Thomas
Goettsch and Brian Goettsch are shareholders of Circle G Farms, Inc., a closely-held Iowa farm
corporation. Defendants Tom Goettsch and Brian Goettsch, at all relevant times, have been
directors and officers of Circle G Farms, Inc. Paul Goettsch is no longer a shareholder but was
previously a dir ...
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State of Missouri vs. James Calvin Smith

Throughout 2012 and in early 2013, several businesses in the Sedalia area were broken
into and burglarized. Based on DNA and shoeprint evidence, the State arrested James Smith on
March 20, 2013, and charged him with eleven crimes arising out of six separate incidents. In
Count 1, Smith was charged with first-degree burglary for the break-in of a camper trailer stored
on the p ...
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Jeannie Owens vs. Missouri State Board of Nursing

When the Missouri State Board of Nursing revoked Jeannie Owens's nursing license
pursuant to section 335.066.16(1)(a), RSMo Cum. Supp. 2013, because Owens had pled guilty to
driving while intoxicated, Owens filed a petition for judicial review of the Board's decision with
the Circuit Court of Cole County. The circuit court reversed the Board's revocation order
concluding that ...
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Rex and Carol Malson lived in Branson and, in September 2010, went on vacation. On
September 29, 2010, Deputy Donald Piveral of the Taney County Sheriff’s Department received
a report of a burglary at the Malsons’ home. When he arrived at the scene, the front door and
garage door of the residence were open. Items in the home were strewn about. Deputy Piveral
photographed th ...
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Dominic Lamar Hawkins vs. State of Missouri

A jury convicted Movant of two counts of first-degree assault and two counts of armed
criminal action. Movant was sentenced to four concurrent terms of 18 years’ imprisonment.
Movant appealed to this Court, and we affirmed his convictions and sentences in State v.
Hawkins, 327 S.W.3d 626 (Mo. App. E.D. 2010). On January 12, 2011, this Court issued its mandate in Movant’s direct a ...
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State of Missouri vs. Angelo Johnson

Defendant was charged with 13 felony counts for the ongoing sexual abuse of his two
step-daughters, D.P. and R.J., and his biological daughter, L.J., beginning when D.P. was five or
six years old, R.J. was eleven years old, and L.J. was fifteen or sixteen years old. Specifically,
Defendant was charged with six counts of first-degree statutory sodomy and three counts of first
de ...
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State of Missouri vs. Edward V. Lawrence

Edward Lawrence was convicted of a double homicide in 1984 and sentenced to life
imprisonment without parole for capital murder and to a consecutive term of life imprisonment
for first-degree murder. Our court affirmed his conviction and sentence in State v. Lawrence,
700 S.W.2d 111 (Mo. App. E.D. 1985), denied him post-conviction relief in Lawrence v. State,
750 S.W.2d 505 (M ...
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Natalie R. DePriest vs. State of Missouri

Prior to the events in this case, Movant had been living in a residence with her brother David DePriest ("Brother") for about seventy days. Brother had lived in the residence for about six months, prior to which he had lived in Colorado where he was licensed to legally grow marijuana. In August of 2011, Police executed a search warrant at the residence shared by Movant and Brother. During the se ... More $0 (11-28-2015 - MO)

American Homeowner Pres. Fund, LP v. Pirkle

In three issues, Appellant American Homeowner Preservation Fund, LP (American) appeals a judgment declaring null and void its lien on property *2purchased by Appellee Brian J. Pirkle at a tax-foreclosure sale, declaring null and void a note executed by Cathy Lewis1 and secured by the property, dismissing American's constitutional takings claims against the taxing authorities involved in the forecl ... More $0 (11-28-2015 - TX)

Bryce Allen v. State Of Arkansas

Bryce Allen was convicted by a Pulaski County jury of one count of second-degree murder and two counts of attempted second-degree murder. He now appeals, arguing that the jury should have been instructed on attempted reckless manslaughter as a lesser-included offense of attempted second-degree murder. We affirm.

The facts underlying this criminal case are not in dispute. On 19 Ma ...
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Shouse v. Commonwealth

On May 21, 2011, Shouse took a Xanax mid-afternoon, and then dropped her two-year-old son off at her mother's while she went shopping with a friend. At about eight in the evening, she retrieved her son and went to their apartment where she took a second Xanax. A friend stopped by at about 10:30 p.m. and stayed until about 12:30 a.m., when Shouse drove the friend to Jeff Burch's apartment to obtain ... More $0 (11-28-2015 - KY)

Connolly v. State Of Florida

Based on the State of Florida's ("the State") motion for rehearing/rehearing en banc, we grant rehearing en banc, withdraw this Court's opinion issued on May 28, 2014, and issue the following en banc opinion affirming John J. Connolly, Jr.'s ("the defendant") conviction for second degree murder with a firearm in its stead. As the State correctly noted in its opening statement at the en banc oral a ... More $0 (11-28-2015 - FL)

State Of Nebraska v. Thayer

On July 31, 2014, the State filed a complaint in the county court, charging Thayer with one count of DUI, first offense, in violation of Neb. Rev. Stat. § 60-6,196 (Reissue 2010), a Class W misdemeanor. The State alleged that on July 2, Thayer operated a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcoholic liquor. Motion to Suppress. Thayer filed a motion to suppress on August 20, 2014, alleging ... More $0 (11-28-2015 - NE)

State Of Nebraska v. Devers

On June 18, 2014, the State filed a one-count information in the district court for Douglas County charging Devers with possession of a deadly weapon by a prohibited person, a Class ID felony. § 28-1206(1)(a), (3)(b). A public defender was appointed, and Devers pled not guilty. On August 18, 2014, Devers filed a motion to suppress any and all evidence obtained during the search of the vehicle nex ... More $0 (11-28-2015 - NE)

State Of Nebraska v. Ueding-Nickel

On January 19, the Omaha Police Department received a call from J.R., Ueding-Nickel’s girlfriend at the time, reporting that she had found naked pictures of her 11-year-old daughter on Ueding-Nickel’s phone. Officers were dispatched to the residence J.R. and Ueding-Nickel shared to investigate the reports of sexual assault on the child, O.R. J.R. reported that after the photographs were discovered ... More $0 (11-28-2015 - NE)

State Of Nebraska v. Aguilar

Aguilar’s convictions arose from a traffic stop on April 7, 2014, in Grand Island, Nebraska. Deputy Sheriff Rhonda Rowe (“Rowe”) initiated the traffic stop after observing a vehicle driving in front of her with expired tags, which she confirmed to be expired through a computer system prior to conducting the stop. After activating her emergency lights, Rowe pulled the vehicle over and made contact ... More $0 (11-28-2015 - NE)

Poppe v. Stockert

Undisputed evidence shows the Poppes rented a house from Hillis for five years, until February 4, 2013 when Hillis served them with an eviction notice for unpaid rent. The district court ordered the Poppes to vacate the property by February 20 at 12:00 p.m. and entered a money judgment against them for $1,544 for past due rent. The Poppes requested and received permission from Hillis to remain on ... More $0 (11-28-2015 - ND)

Ruth E. Dills v. New Mexico Heart Institute

Plaintiff Ruth E. Dills had a history of tachybrady syndrome for which she
11 received a pacemaker, with implanted leads, in 1996. She received a new pacemaker,
12 manufactured by Medtronics, in 2006. Plaintiff went to the emergency department of
13 the Heart Hospital in Albuquerque, New Mexico on February 10, 2009 with a
14 fractured lead placement. The following day, she met wit ...
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United States v. O'Neil

Appellant wrongfully used marijuana at a party in November 2013 and again at a party in December 2013. At the December party, Appellant also wrongfully used cocaine. During his Care inquiry,1 Appellant explained that he took more than one hit from the marijuana cigarette he smoked at the party in November. According to Appellant, this party was on a weekend and he was selected for a random urin ... More $0 (11-28-2015 - MD)
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