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Raymond A. Schep v. Capital One, N.A.

Are a trustee’s acts in recording a notice of default, a notice
of sale, and a trustee’s deed upon sale in the course of a
nonjudicial foreclosure privileged under Civil Code section 47?1
We conclude that they are and that a plaintiff does not state a
cause of action for slander of title based on the recording of those
documents. Accordingly, we affirm the trial court’s orderMore...
   $0 (06-27-2017 - CA)

In re Anthem, Inc. Data Breach Litigation

San Jose, CA - Anthem Agrees To Pay $115 Million to Settle Class-Action Claims

Thousands of Anthem insured joined in a class-action seeking compensation for the damages and injuries they sustained as a result of a data breach which affected the personal information of nearly 80 million customers.... More...
   $115000000 (06-26-2017 - CA)

Valerie Catile, individually and on behalf of the Estate of Pilando Castile v.City of St. Anthony, Minnestoa

Minneapolis, MN - Castile Family Settles Wrongful Death Claim for $3 Million

Valerie Catile, individually and on behalf of the Estate of Pilando Castile sued the City of St. Anthony, Minnesota on a wrongful death theory claiming that Officer Jeronimo Yanez without just cause shot and killed Pilando Castile to death during a traffic stop for a broken taillight on July 6, 2016.

Cas... More...
   $3000000 (06-26-2017 - MN)

Shancey Tymane Franklin v. The State of Texas 5th Court of Appeals - Dallas, Texas

On July 1, 2015, Jeremy Cox, a sergeant with Sherman police department, and Brian
McClaran, a detective with the Sherman police department, were parked at the Cross Roads
Motel. Sergeant Cox testified at the suppression hearing that they were in this location because
it is a high crime area known for drug trafficking. One of the occupants of the hotel advised the

... More...
   $0 (06-26-2017 - TX)

Johnnie Ray Greenwood v. The State of Texas 5th Court of Appeals - Dallas, Texas

Appellant was indicted for burglary of a building enhanced by two prior state jail felony
convictions. He pleaded guilty to the charged offense and pleaded true to the enhancement
paragraphs. In accordance with the plea agreement, the trial court found appellant guilty, found
the enhancement paragraphs true, and sentenced appellant to ten years’ imprisonment. The court
suspe... More...
   $0 (06-26-2017 - TX)

Omar Fortanel-Leon v. The State of Texas Fifth District of Texas at Dallas

Before the Court is appellant’s June 3, 2017 motion to withdraw the appeal. Appellant
has signed the motion as has his appellate counsel. We grant the motion.... More...
   $0 (06-26-2017 - TX)

Spencer Ashby Sale v. The State of Texas Fifth District of Texas at Dallas

In his first issue, appellant argues that the trial court erred when it ruled that he could not
admit testimony that was relevant to rebutting the complainant’s allegations. More specifically,
appellant alleges the trial court abused its discretion when it ruled that his daughter, E.S., who
was seventeen years old at the time of trial, could not specifically testify about whether t... More...
   $0 (06-26-2017 - TX)

Adrean Nicole Buckaloo v. The State of Texas Robbery suspects in stolen car crash into Dallas cops after daylong crime spree, police say

Adrean Nicole Buckaloo was convicted of aggravated robbery. After sentence was
imposed on April 13, 2017, appellant filed a motion for new trial and a notice of appeal. The
trial court granted appellant’s motion for new trial on May 26, 2017, and on May 31, 2017,
appellate counsel filed a motion to withdraw the appeal. That motion, however, was not signed
by appellant as req... More...
   $0 (06-26-2017 - TX)

Robert Erwin Jackson v. The State of Texas Fifth District of Texas at Dallas

Following a jury trial, Robert Erwin Jackson appeals his conviction for aggravated
robbery. In a single issue, appellant contends the trial court erred in overruling his objection to
the admission of extraneous offense evidence. We affirm the trial court’s judgment.
The charged offense occurred at a CVS store. Before jury selection, defense counsel
brought a motion in limi... More...
   $0 (06-26-2017 - TX)

The State of Texas v. Juan Jose Rivasmeza, Jr. Fifth District of Texas at Dallas

The standard of review when a trial court grants a motion for a new trial is abuse of
discretion. State v. Thomas, 428 S.W.3d 99, 103 (Tex. Crim. App. 2014). The test for abuse of
discretion is not whether, in the opinion of the appellate court, the facts present an appropriate
case for the trial court’s action, but rather, “whether the trial court acted without reference to any <... More...
   $0 (06-26-2017 - TX)

United States ex rel. John Doe v. Spectocor Enterprise Services, LLC, et al. Federal Courthouses - New Jersey

Newark, NJ - Cardiac Monitoring Companies and Executive Agree to Pay $13.45 Million to Resolve False Claims Act Allegations

AMI Monitoring Inc. aka Spectocor, its owner, Joseph Bogdan, Medi-Lynx Cardiac Monitoring LLC, and Medicalgorithmics SA, the current majority owner of Medi-Lynx Cardiac Monitoring LLC, have agreed to resolve allegations that they violated the False Claims Act by bill... More...
   $13450000 (06-26-2017 - NJ)

Tonica Monette Williams v. The State of Texas Fifth District of Texas at Dallas

The indictment in this case alleged in part that on approximately June 17, 2015, appellant
“intentionally and knowingly appropriate[d], by acquiring and otherwise exercising control over,
property . . . of the value of less than Fifteen Hundred Dollars (1,500.00), without the effective
consent of Dillard’s, the owner of the property, and with intent to deprive the said owner of the ... More...
   $0 (06-26-2017 - TX)

Larry Lee Hodges III v. The State of Texas Fifth District of Texas at Dallas

Appellant was charged by indictment with unlawful possession of a firearm by a felon.
TEX. PENAL CODE ANN. § 46.04(a) (West 2011). The indictment alleged that prior to the
commission of the instant offense, appellant was duly and legally convicted of a like offense.
The indictment included an enhancement paragraph for aggravated robbery conviction. Before
trial, the State g... More...
   $0 (06-26-2017 - TX)

Mario Luis Salas v. The State of Texas Sexual Predator Risk High

On May 23, 2017, an amended trial court’s certification was filed in this appeal stating
“this criminal case is a plea-bargain case, and the defendant has NO right of appeal.” The clerk’s
record contains a written plea bargain, and the punishment assessed did not exceed the punishment
recommended by the prosecutor and agreed to by the defendant; therefore, the trial court’s
ce... More...
   $0 (06-26-2017 - TX)

Allen John Murray v. The State of Texas Fourth Court of Appeals, San Antonio, Texas

This case arose based upon an outcry statement made by C.J., a 13-year-old girl, in which
C.J. alleged she met Allen John Murray after she ran away from home. C.J. claimed Murray took
pictures of her and posted them on his Facebook page to advertise her for sex. C.J. stated that at
least three men came to Murray’s house, gave money to Murray and engaged in sexual intercourse
wi... More...
   $0 (06-26-2017 - TX)

Christian Bautista v. The State of Texas Christian Bautista gets life in prison for stabbing death of Lauren Bump

Bautista was indicted for murdering Lauren Bump, a twenty-four-year-old graduate student
who was jogging at O.P. Schnabel Park on New Year’s Eve of 2013. Bautista filed a motion
suggesting he was incompetent to stand trial, and the trial court granted his request for a psychiatric
evaluation. After completing the evaluation, Dr. Raleigh Wood concluded Bautista was not
competent... More...
   $0 (06-26-2017 - TX)

John Jerry Garza v. The State of Texas Fourth Court of Appeals, San Antonio, Texas

The trial court imposed sentence on John Jerry Garza on January 31, 2017. Garza did not
file a motion for new trial. The deadline to file a notice of appeal was therefore March 2, 2017,
thirty days after sentence was imposed. TEX. R. APP. P. 26.2(a)(1). Garza’s notice of appeal states
it was filed on March 10, 2017, and it was not file-stamped by the clerk’s office until April 5... More...
   $0 (06-26-2017 - TX)



Count # 1.
Count as Filed: WE6, POSSESSION OF A FIREARM AFCF, in violation of 21 O.S. 1283
Date of Offense: 06/04/2014

Party Name

Disposition Information

Disposed: CONVICTION, 08/25/2014. Guilty Plea
Count as Disposed: POSSESSION OF A F... More...
   $0 (08-25-2014 - OK)

State of Oklahoma v. Mary K Liebman

Tulsa, OK - The State of Oklahoma charged Mary K Liebman with:

Count # 1.
Date of Offense: 06/03/2014

Party Name

Disposition Information

Disposed: CONVICTION, 10/03/2014. Guilty Plea
Count as Disposed: OBTAINING OR AT... More...
   $0 (10-03-2014 - OK)

Donald J. Trump v. Internation Refugee Assistance Project, et al. and Donald J. Trump v. Hawaii United States Supreme Court Building - Washington, D.C.

Washington, D.C. - Supreme Court Agrees To Hear Travel Ban Case In Fall

These cases involve challenges to Executive Order No. 13780, Protecting the Nation From Foreign TerroristEntry Into the United States. The order alters practicesconcerning the entry of foreign nationals into the United States by, among other things, suspending entry of nationals from six designated countries for 90 da... More...
   $0 (06-26-2017 - DC)

Sidney C. Shaw v. Ronald G. Ferguson

1 The issues in this appeal arise from a failure to finalize and close a sale of some Payne County land. The trial court concluded such failure was defendant's fault in not tendering the purchase price and awarded the plaintiff seller a judgment for $10,000 - the amount of liquidated damages called for in the sales agreement - and $2,000 more for his attorney fee expense. Defendant buyer's counter... More...   $0 (02-20-1986 - OK)

John J. Reid v. Mike Auxierand

¶1 Two fundamental questions arise in this review. One, is a liquidated damages provision in a real estate sales agreement valid? Two, does the contract here prevent the sellers from pursuing any remedy provided by law? The trial court held that the liquidated damages clause in the parties' sales contract was valid and prohibited plaintiffs from obtaining more than $2,500 for buyers' refusal to cl... More...   $0 (06-28-1984 - OK)

Pamela D. Ferrill v. Oak Creek-Franklin Joint School District

Pamela Ferrill was hired as the principal
of Edgewood Elementary School in the Oak Creek-
Franklin Joint School District for an initial two-year term
with an automatic third-year rollover unless the Board of
Education opted out. Ferrill is black; the school district
serves two predominantly white suburbs on the southern
edge of Milwaukee County. During her tenure as princip... More...
   $0 (06-19-2017 - WI)

Autumn Tibbs v. Administrative Office of the Illinois Courts

Plaintiff Autumn Tibbs worked
as an administrative assistant in the Illinois court system. She
was suspended the day she returned to work after taking
leave under the Family and Medical Leave Act of 1993, 29
U.S.C. §§ 2601 et seq. She was then fired after she chose not to
attend a disciplinary meeting. Tibbs sued the Administrative
Office of the Illinois Courts. She contend... More...
   $0 (06-19-2017 - IL)

Donna Nicholson v. City of Peoria, Illinois, et al.

Peoria police officer Donna Nichol-son appeals from a judgment against her in this discrimina-tion and retaliation case. She also appeals the denial of her motion for reconsideration and motion to disqualify Judge Mihm. For the reasons stated below, we agree with the district court that Nicholson did not present sufficient evidence to survive summary judgment on either claim. Moreover, the distric... More...   $0 (06-20-2017 - IL)

Yehuda Frager v. Indianapolis Colts, Inc.

The Indianapolis Colts (formerly the Baltimore Colts) are a professional football team—a member of the National Football League. In 2010 the Colts established an online marketplace for owners of season tick-ets to the Colts’ games to transfer their season ticket rights upon payment of a fee equal to 30 percent of the sale price of the tickets. See Ticket News, “Indianapolis Colts and STR
2 No.... More...
   $0 (06-22-2017 - IN)

Ryan DeKeyser, et al. v. ThyssenKrupp Waupaca, Inc

Before us is an appeal by the defendant
(Waupaca for short) in a class action suit brought
against it in a federal district court in Wisconsin on behalf of
a number of the workers that it employs in six foundries that
manufacture ductile and gray cast iron parts for use in the
automotive and other industries. Four of the six foundries
are located in Wisconsin, and the remai... More...
   $0 (06-22-2017 - WI)

Edward Monroe, et al. v. FTS USA, LLC

Edward Monroe, Fabian Moore, and Timothy Williams brought this Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) claim, on behalf of themselves and others similarly situated, against their employers, FTS USA, LLC and its parent company, UniTek USA, LLC. FTS is a cable-television business for which the plaintiffs work or worked as cable technicians. The district court certified the case as an FLSA collective action,... More...   $0 (06-21-2017 - TN)

Joseph Bailey v. City of Ann Arbor, et al.

In this qualified immunity case, Ann Arbor police officers
relied on a security camera’s footage of a robbery, allegedly without accounting for inconsistent
eyewitness testimony, in drafting a search warrant for Joseph Bailey’s residence. Yet the
warrant did not say whether the description of Bailey came from the robbery victim or just the
video and indeed mentioned both sources of... More...
   $0 (06-20-2017 - MI)

Renee Credeur v. State of Louisiana

Renee Credeur was employed by the Office of Attorney General for the State of Louisiana (“DOJ”) as a litigation attorney. During the course of her employment, she developed serious health problems due to complications from a kidney transplant. On account of her illness, the DOJ granted her temporary accommodations to work from home with the goal of eventually reintegrating her into the office. Aft... More...   $0 (06-23-2017 - LA)

Natalie Plummer v. University of Houston

The University of Houston found two former students, Ryan McConnell and Natalie Plummer, to have violated the University’s sexual misconduct policy. After two unsuccessful administrative appeals, McConnell and Plummer were ultimately expelled. McConnell and Plummer then sued the University and two University officials, alleging that they were denied constitutional due process and were discriminate... More...   $0 (06-23-2017 - TX)

Jessee Soloman v. Bert Bell, et al.

This appeal raises the issue of whether the plan administrator for Defendants-
Appellants, the Bert Bell/Pete Rozelle NFL Retirement Plan and the NFL Player
Supplemental Disability Plan (collectively, the “Plan”), abused its discretion in denying a
certain type of disability benefits to Plaintiff-Appellee Jesse Solomon. After the plan
administrator determined that Solomon’s disabil... More...
   $0 (06-23-2017 - MD)

Helen Mining Company v. James E. Elliott, Sr.

The Black Lung Benefits Act (BLBA) confers on coal workers generally the right to claim workers’ compensation benefits for disabilities arising out of coal dust exposure. 30 U.S.C. §§ 901–45. Typically, the burden of proof rests on the miner to establish each element necessary for entitlement to benefits. For miners who meet particular criteria, however, the BLBA provides that certain elements wil... More...   $0 (06-26-2017 - PA)

Alberto Reyes, Jr. v. Lincoln Automotive Financial Services

Plaintiff‐appellant Alberto Reyes, Jr., appeals a judgment of
11 the United States District Court for the Eastern District of New York
12 (Leonard D. Wexler, J.). Judgment was entered following the grant
13 of summary judgment to the defendant‐appellee, Lincoln
14 Automotive Financial Services (“Lincoln”), on Reyes’s claim for
15 damages stemming from Lincoln’s alle... More...
   $0 (06-22-2017 - NY)

Salvatore Arnone v. Aetna Life Insurance Company

Section 5‐335 of the New York General Obligations Law provides that personal
28 injury settlements “shall be conclusively presumed” not to include “any compensation
29 for the cost of health care services, loss of earnings or other economic loss[es]” that
30 “have been or are obligated to be paid or reimbursed by an insurer.” N.Y. Gen. Oblig.
31 Law § 5‐335(a). When sec... More...
   $0 (06-22-2017 - NY)

Benjamin J. Ashmore, Sr. v. CGI Group, Inc.

Benjamin Ashmore appeals from the order of the district court (Analisa
Torres, J.) dismissing him as the plaintiff in this Sarbanes-Oxley whistleblower
action and allowing Barbara A. Edwards, the Trustee of his bankruptcy estate
(“Trustee”), to be substituted as the plaintiff. Ashmore argues that he has
standing to prosecute the whistleblower action because, contrary to the distric... More...
   $0 (06-21-2017 - )

Jaime A. Scher v. John F. Burke

In Gion v. City of Santa Cruz (1970) 2 Cal.3d 29, this court held that
private owners of certain coastal property who allowed the public to use the
property for recreational purposes over a period of years thereby impliedly
dedicated property rights to the public. In response to that decision, the
Legislature enacted Civil Code section 1009, which limits the circumstances in
wh... More...
   $0 (06-26-2017 - CA)

James Halsell v. The State of Texas Fourth Court of Appeals, San Antonio, Texas

Pursuant to a plea-bargain agreement, James Halsell pled nolo contendere to two counts of
money laundering and one count of forgery and was sentenced in accordance with the terms of his
plea-bargain agreement. On March 6, 2017, the trial court signed a certification of defendant’s
right to appeal stating that this “is a plea-bargain case, and the defendant has NO right of appeal.” <... More...
   $0 (06-25-2017 - TX)

Anthony George Nelson v. The State of Texas Fourth Court of Appeals, San Antonio, Texas

Detective Brenan Cook of the San Antonio Police Department (SAPD) received a report
from an informant that Nelson and his girlfriend, Reanna, were selling drugs out of a two-bedroom
apartment Reanna had leased. Over the course of several days, Cook spent approximately four to
five hours surveilling Reanna’s apartment in an unmarked patrol car. Cook saw multiple people
come to t... More...
   $0 (06-25-2017 - TX)

Jose Guadalupe Aguirre v. The State of Texas Fourth Court of Appeals, San Antonio, Texas

The only witness to testify at the suppression hearing was a San Antonio Police Department
officer, Jessica Aelvoet. According to Aelvoet’s testimony, she and another officer were patrolling
an area on the city’s east side just before 10:00 p.m. on January 17, 2015. The officers saw a truck
stop in front of a house that the officers knew to be a place where drugs were sold. As the t... More...
   $0 (06-25-2017 - TX)

Joshua Douglas Adams v. The State of Texas

In his first issue, Adams contends the jury charge impermissibly enlarged the indictment,
asserting the indictment alleged he committed the offense of burglary by entering the victims’
habitation and committing the offense of theft while the jury charge permitted his conviction if the
jury found he entered the habitation and attempted to commit theft or had the intent to commit
... More...
   $0 (06-25-2017 - TX)

Manuel Anaya-Vega v. The State of Texas Fourth Court of Appeals, San Antonio, Texas

The jury was instructed it could find appellant guilty of intentionally or knowingly causing
bodily injury to B.E. if it found, beyond a reasonable doubt, that appellant struck B.E. with his
hand, pulled B.E.’s hair, or struck B.E. with a shoe. The jury charge stated a single date on or
about which the injury occurred. On appeal, appellant argues each alleged act constituted a More...
   $0 (06-25-2017 - TX)

Willie David Floyd v. The State of Texas Four 'stacked' life sentences for man convicted of sexual assault of a child

Before the jury was sworn, the following discussion was held regarding the State’s
introduction of outcry testimony:

- 2 -

THE COURT: Now have you received his motion in — to designate or indesignate [sic] outcry witness. [PROSECUTOR]: Yes, Judge. We can at this point say we are calling Michelle Mendez with intention of having her testify a... More...
   $0 (06-25-2017 - TX)

Sherman Robinson v. The State of Texas Fourth Court of Appeals, San Antonio, Texas

In his sole issue on appeal, Robinson asserts that the manner and purpose of the police
officer’s stop of Robinson violated his Fourth Amendment rights in that it constituted a “stop and
frisk.” Therefore, Robinson contends the trial court abused its discretion in denying his motion to
suppress. The State responds that Robinson failed to preserve error. See TEX. R. APP. P. 33.1(a... More...
   $0 (06-25-2017 - TX)

Clarence Wright v. The State of Texas Fourth Court of Appeals, San Antonio, Texas

Other than the complainant, only three people were present when Gomez was shot:
appellant, appellant’s fiancé, Amy Garcia, and Gomez’s girlfriend, Natalie Lopez. Amy testified
she and appellant took a bus to Gomez’s apartment, and she knew Gomez only as “D” or “Diablo.”
Amy said she bought drugs from Gomez in the past, but she did not know why appellant wanted
to go to Gomez’... More...
   $0 (06-25-2017 - TX)

Ex Parte Francisco H. Garcia Fourth Court of Appeals, San Antonio, Texas

Appellant filed a motion to dismiss this appeal. ... More...   $0 (06-25-2017 - TX)

Oscar Cesar Arteaga v. The State of Texas Fourth Court of Appeals, San Antonio, Texas

Arteaga was charged with one count of aggravated robbery and one count of possession of
a controlled substance, more than four grams but less than 200 grams. On the day of trial, the State
announced it intended to call the co-defendant as a cooperating witness to testify on its behalf.
Arteaga then filed a motion for continuance, arguing the State was in possession of material More...
   $0 (06-25-2017 - TX)

Christopher Andrew Jasso v. The State of Texas

Christopher Andrew Jasso appeals the judgment convicting him of three counts of
aggravated kidnapping and sentencing him to three concurrent twenty-five year sentences.
Jasso’s court-appointed appellate attorney filed a motion to withdraw and a brief in which
he raises no arguable points of error and concludes this appeal is frivolous and without merit. The
brief meets the re... More...
   $0 (06-25-2017 - TX)

United States of America v. Wilbert Mathes Federal Courthouse - Baton Rouge, Louisiana

Baton Rouge, LA - Leader Of Drug Organization Sentenced To 27 Years In Prison

Wilbert Mathes, 40, was sentenced to twenty seven (27) years in federal prison, as the leader of a large scale drug trafficking network operating in the Baton Rouge region. Mathes was also ordered to forfeit to the United States $593,000, representing the drug proceeds generated during the conspiracy.

A... More...
   $0 (06-20-2017 - LA)

United States of America v. Alden Hall Federal Courthouse - Baton Rouge, Louisiana

Baton Rouge, LA - School Owner and CEO Convicted of Federal Financial Aid Fraud Offenses and Money Laundering

ALDEN HALL, age 58, of Baton Rouge, Louisiana, of numerous federal offenses in connection with her multi-year scheme to defraud the United States Department of Education and steal Pell Grant funds. Earlier this afternoon, after a four-day trial, the jury unanimously returned guilt... More...
   $0 (06-25-2017 - LA)

United States of America v. Clint A. Schwab Federal Courthouse - New Orleans, Louisiana

New Orleans, LA - Thibodaux Resident Sentenced for Theft of Social Security Disability Benefits

CLINT A. SCHWAB, age 42, of Thibodaux, was sentenced after previously pleading guilty to theft of social security disability benefits.

U.S. District Judge Eldon E. Fallon sentenced SCHWAB to 12 months and a day of imprisonment, to be followed by one year of supervised release. SCHWAB ... More...
   $165413 (06-24-2017 - LA)

United States of America v. Crystal Langdon Federal Courthouse - New Orleans, Louisiana

New Orleans, LA - Slidell Woman Sentenced for Possessing Precursor Chemicals Used to Manufacture Methamphetamine

CRYSTAL LANGDON, age 35, of Slidell, was sentenced yesterday after previously pled guilty to buying cold medications with the knowledge that they would be used to manufacture methamphetamine.

U.S. District Judge Jane Triche Milazzo sentenced LANGDON to 36 months impri... More...
   $0 (06-25-2017 - TX)

United States of America v. Albert Davis Federal Courtroom - Tyler, Texas

Tyler, TX - North Texas Man Guilty of Committing Perjury in East Texas Trial

A 56-year-old North Texas man has pleaded guilty to committing perjury in the Eastern District of Texas.

Albert Davis, formerly of Richardson, Texas, pleaded guilty to making false declarations before the court today before U.S. Magistrate Judge John D. Love.

According to information presented i... More...
   $0 (06-19-2017 - TX)

United States of America v. Juan Duque-Timoco Federal Courthouse - Beaumont, Texas

Beaumont, TX - Houston Man Sentenced to 30 Years in Federal Prison for East Texas Drug Conspiracy

A 45-year-old Houston man has been sentenced to 30 years in federal prison for drug trafficking violations in the Eastern District of Texas, announced Acting U.S. Attorney Brit Featherston today.

Juan Duque-Tinoco pleaded guilty on Jan. 31, 2017, to conspiracy to possess with intent ... More...
   $0 (06-16-2017 - TX)

United States of America v. Egyptian Tanker Company and Thome Ship Management Federal Courthouse - Beaumont, Texas


Two shipping companies based in Egypt and Singapore pleaded guilty in federal court in Beaumont, Texas, to violating the Act to Prevent Pollution from Ships (APPS) and obstruction of justice for covering up the illegal dumping of oil-contaminated bilge water and garbage from one of their ... More...
   $1900000 (06-20-2017 - TX)

United States of America v. Mark Grimes United State District Court for the Southern District of Texas - San Antonio

San Antonio, TX - San Antonio Man Sentenced to Federal Prison for Distribution of Child Pornography

Mark Grimes, age 37, was sentenced to 185 months in federal prison for distribution of child pornography.

In addition to the prison term, Senior United States District Judge David A. Ezra ordered that Grimes pay $26,500 restitution to the victims and be placed on supervised release... More...
   $0 (06-25-2017 - TX)

United States of America v. John David Upchurch United State District Court for the Southern District of Texas - Houston

Houston, TX - Former Energy Company Executive Sentenced in Embezzlement Scheme

The former CEO of Chase Power Development was ordered to federal prison following his guilty plea to conspiracy to commit mail and wire fraud. John David Upchurch, 54, of Spring, pleaded guilty Jan. 6, 2017.

Houston-based Quintana Capital Group created Chase Power in order to head start an energy proje... More...
   $0 (06-25-2017 - TX)

United States of America v. Moiz Mumtaz Ali

Dallas, TX - McKinney Man Pleads Guilty to Fraudulently Obtaining and Cashing $16 Million in U.S. Treasury Checks

A McKinney, Texas, man, Moiz Mumtaz Ali, 36, appeared before U.S. District Judge Sidney A. Fitzwater and pleaded guilty to one count of failure to develop, implement, and maintain an anti-money laundering program.

Ali faces a maximum statutory penalty of 10 years in f... More...
   $0 (06-19-2017 - TX)

United States of America v. Terrell Orlando Kinchen and Troy Lee Applin, Jr. Abilene Federal Courthouse

Abilene, TX - Abilene Men Receive Hefty Federal Prison Sentences for Sexual Exploiting a 12-Year-Old Female

Two Abilene, Texas, men, who each pleaded guilty in February 2017 to one count of sexual exploitation of a child, were sentenced to hefty federal prison sentences, announced U.S. Attorney John Parker of the Northern District of Texas.

Terrell Orlando Kinchen, 20, and Troy L... More...
   $0 (06-25-2017 - TX)

United States of America v. Gilberto Gomez

Dallas, TX - Dallas Man Sentenced to 54 Years in Federal Prison For His Role in Methamphetamine Distribution Conspiracy

Gilberto Gomez, 37, of Dallas, Texas, was sentenced to 652 months in federal prison for his role in a methamphetamine distribution conspiracy, announced U.S. Attorney John Parker of the Northern District of Texas.

Gomez was convicted in March 2017, following a f... More...
   $0 (06-25-2017 - TX)

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