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Lamarcus Jones a/k/a Lamarcus Antwain Jones a/k/a Lamarcus A. Jones a/k/a L.A. Jones v. State Of Mississippi

Between 11:00 p.m. and 12:00 a.m., the night and early morning of August 1 and 2,
2008, Mareno Hubbard visited the Q5 Club, a nightclub located on Cedar Creek Road near
Macon, Mississippi. After conversing with various acquaintances both inside and outside the
nightclub, Hubbard returned inside and ventured onto the dance floor. While so engaged,
Hubbard encountered Lamarcus Jones,... More...
   $0 (08-14-2016 - MS)

Wesley Jones v. State of Tennessee

The Petitioner‟s conviction relates to the death of Glenda Kimball, who died from manual strangulation. The State‟s proof at the trial showed that the Petitioner was the last person seen with the victim before her body was found approximately twenty-four hours later. The Petitioner admitted he spent time with the victim on the day before her body was found. The medical proof showed... More...   $0 (08-14-2016 - TN)

Lane Francis Weitzel vs. State of Minnesota

Weitzel was obligated to register as a predatory offender due to a 1992 conviction
for second-degree criminal sexual conduct. In September 2006, the State charged
Weitzel with failure to register, in violation of Minn. Stat. § 243.166, subd. 5(a). The
complaint alleged that around May 24, 2006, Weitzel knowingly violated the statute by
failing to notify the Bureau of Criminal... More...
   $0 (08-13-2016 - MN)

Orlando William Santana v. The State of Texas

Santana’s appointed counsel filed an Anders brief asserting that she has diligently
reviewed the appellate record and that, in her opinion, the appeal is frivolous. See Anders
v. California, 386 U.S. 738 (1967). Counsel informed Santana of his right to submit a brief
on his own behalf. Santana did not file a brief. Counsel's brief evidences a professional
Santana v. State P... More...
   $0 (08-09-2016 - TX)

Justin Tirrell Williams v. The State of Texas

On the evening of March 29, 2013, M.W., the complainant, left her house to
meet Dewayn Peace at his apartment to study together. After parking her car, M.W.
began walking toward the apartment building when appellant grabbed her and threw
her to the ground. M.W. screamed, and appellant told her to “shut up” and threatened
to shoot her if she “did anything stupid.” Appellant t... More...
   $0 (08-08-2016 - TX)

United States of America v. Kwok Cheung Chow a/k/a Raymond "Shrimp Boy" Chow

San Francisco, CA - Raymond “Shrimp Boy” Chow Sentenced To Life In Prison For Murder And Various Racketeering Crimes

Kwok Cheung Chow, AKA Raymond Chow, AKA Ha Jai, AKA Shrimp Boy was sentenced today to life in prison following his convictions for racketeering, murder, money laundering, and conspiracy charges, announced United States Attorney Brian J. Stretch, Federal Bureau of Investigat... More...
   $0 (08-08-2016 - CA)

Augustus Mitchell v. The State of Texas

Two off-duty police officers were working a private security job patrolling an
apartment complex in west Houston. As they drove through the parking lot, they
encountered Mitchell, who was standing between two parked vehicles. Both officers
saw Mitchell take a handgun from his pocket and place it on the ground. When they
stopped to investigate and secure the weapon, Mitchell tol... More...
   $0 (08-07-2016 - TX)

Ryan Ray Howard v. The State of Texas

Ryan Ray Howard (appellant) appeals his two convictions for injury to a child.
The posture of his appeal is rather odd. He does not contend that the trial court erred in
any particular respect. Rather, his sole issue is whether “appellant [is] entitled to
abatement and remand for a hearing on his motion for new trial?”1 We answer “no.”
Again, appellant does not argue that ... More...
   $0 (08-06-2016 - TX)

Charles Edward Rice v. The State of Texas

At trial, a detective with the Jefferson County Narcotics Task Force testified
that on August 28, 2012, he was contacted by a confidential informant, who
advised him that “she knew a subject that would sell her crack cocaine” and that
the subject’s name was “Charles Rice.” At the detective’s request, the informant
called Rice, and Rice told the informant “to meet him at the Fam... More...
   $0 (08-05-2016 - TX)

Anthony Ngozi Okere v. The State of Texas

Appellant does not challenge the sufficiency of the evidence and the underlying
facts of the case are well known by the parties. We will mention only the background
facts necessary for disposition of appellant’s issue.
J.L. was a disabled fifty-six-year-old female patient of a long-term, critical care
hospital in Tarrant County. Appellant was employed as a certified nurse ass... More...
   $0 (08-04-2016 - TX)

Antwon Carter v. The State of Texas

Appellant’s sole point of error is phrased as follows: “The trial court erred in allowing
the State [to] introduce evidence that was more prejudicial than probative which was offered
under Rule 404.”
The indictment alleged that on or about January 18, 2013, appellant “did then and there
intentionally and knowingly cause the death of an individual, namely, Waddell Roberts, b... More...
   $0 (08-03-2016 - TX)

Ricardo Yanes v. The State of Texas

On December 22, 2012, Yanes was arrested for Driving While Intoxicated—Second
Offense. On February 4, 2015, the State agreed to reduce the charge to misdemeanor obstruction
of a highway and Yanes entered a plea of guilty. The trial court assessed punishment at 180 days
in the Medina County Jail, suspended and probated for a term of 180 days, and a $300.00 fine.
The judgment ... More...
   $0 (08-02-2016 - TX)

The State of Texas v. Preston Mitchell Evans

In the trial court, Evans filed a motion to suppress, arguing that he was illegally detained
and subsequently arrested without a warrant and without probable cause in violation of the U.S.
Constitution, and the laws and constitution of the State of Texas. Evans argued in his motion that
there was no reasonable suspicion or probable cause to administer field sobriety tests and that h... More...
   $0 (08-02-2016 - TX)

Joe William Meuret, Jr. v. The State of Texas

In October of 2013, a condom was found on the bathroom floor in A.T.’s home. A.T.’s
sister, and primary caregiver, contacted other family members for assistance. Although A.T.’s
communication skills were limited, A.T. relayed that the condom came from Meuret. After A.T.’s
sister reported the incident to officers, A.T. was taken for a sexual assault examination. The
examinat... More...
   $0 (08-02-2016 - TX)

Shirley Jean Johnson v. The State of Texas

In the indictment, the State alleged that on or about October 5, 2012,
with the intent that possession of a controlled substance, to wit: methamphetamine, be committed[,] agree[d] with Chad Lanier that [Appellant] would engage in conduct that would constitute said offense, to wit: [Appellant] would purchase 1.25 grams of methamphetamine from Chad Lanier, and [Appellant] perf... More...
   $0 (07-30-2016 - TX)

Lature Robert Irvin v. The State of Texas

Appellant was a promoter in the music industry. In 2009, he met Brian
Andrews, a recording artist. Appellant would send Andrews to events in various
cities. The two became friends along with their spouses. On November 22, 2009,
Andrews was out of town. Appellant and his wife invited Andrews’s wife, Trina
Guerrero, over to their house. Appellant gave Guerrero a couple of m... More...
   $0 (07-30-2016 - TX)


This case comes before us after the United States Supreme Court vacated our decision in State v. Cheever, 295 Kan. 229, 284 P.3d 1007 (2012), vacated and remanded 571 U.S. ___, 134 S. Ct. 596, 187 L. Ed. 2d 519 (2013), and remanded for further proceedings.

In our decision, we had held that defendant Scott D. Cheever did not waive his privilege against self-incrimination under the Fi... More...
   $0 (07-29-2016 - KS)


Minnehaha County Deputy Sheriff Adam Zishka arrested Emily Lou
Smith on September 30, 2014. She was later indicted for several offenses, including
three counts of simple assault against a law enforcement officer. In October 2014,
Smith served a subpoena duces tecum on Minnehaha County Sheriff Mike Milstead
requesting production of “[a]ll disciplinary records/reprimands/compla... More...
   $0 (07-29-2016 - SD)


On April 30, 2014, Minnehaha County Detectives Joe Bosman, Craig
Butler, and Ryan Qualseth arrested Joseph Patrick Johnson on a misdemeanor
child-support warrant. He was later indicted for several offenses, including two
counts of simple assault against a law enforcement officer (Detective Qualseth).
Detective Qualseth was the only detective involved in the physical altercati... More...
   $0 (07-29-2016 - SD)


The record discloses the following facts and procedural
history. The prosecutor called the victim, D.H., and several
other witnesses to testify in its case. Defendant did not
present any witnesses and he did not testify on his own behalf.
In 2006, defendant was a tennis instructor at the Murray
Hill Health and Racquet Club (MHHRC). He taught group tennis
classes f... More...
   $0 (07-27-2016 - NJ)


This certified appeal requires us to consider a defendant’s rights and obligations when he seeks to advance a theory of defense that the police investigation into the crimewith which he was charged was inadequate. The state appeals from the judgment of the Appellate Court, which reversed the judgment of conviction of the defendant, Billy Ray Wright, of murder and remanded the case for a new trial.... More...   $0 (07-27-2016 - CT)

State of Tennessee v. Patrick Wayne Evans

This case involves a car crash resulting in the death of Ralph Calendine, (―the victim‖). A Williamson County grand jury indicted the Defendant for three counts of vehicular homicide, charged alternatively, vehicular assault by impairment, and possession of a firearm while under the influence of alcohol. The State and the Defendant entered a plea agreement that provided for the Defen... More...   $0 (07-25-2016 - TN)

Purvi Patel v. State of Indiana

Consistent with our well-settled standard of appellate review, we recite the
relevant facts most favorable to the jury’s verdicts. Patel was born in the United
States to immigrants from India in September 1980. She lived in a home in
Granger with her parents and paternal grandparents, and she managed Moe’s, a
restaurant in Mishawaka owned by her father. In approximately Augu... More...
   $0 (07-23-2016 - IN)

Pondersosa Pine Energy, LLC, Nixon Peabody, LLP, and Shannon, Gracey, Ratliff & Miller, LLP v. Illinova Generating Company n/k/a Illinova Corporation

Illinova and other entities (the Sellers) sold their interests in a power plant to Enron North
America Corp. pursuant to a Purchase Agreement. Enron subsequently assigned its rights under
the Purchase Agreement to Ponderosa. Ponderosa borrowed over $200 million from eight banks
to finance the purchase.
When a dispute arose between Ponderosa and the Sellers, Ponderosa invoked... More...
   $0 (07-19-2016 - TX)

Austin Prince v. The State of Texas

The case was called for trial on July 23, 2015, and Prince’s pretrial motions to suppress
evidence and Prince’s statements were carried with the trial.
1. Officer Rodriguez’s Testimony
The State’s sole witness was San Antonio Police Department Officer David Rodriguez.
Officer Rodriguez testified he was “working alone,” on July 21, 2013, in an area with heavy traffic.
P... More...
   $0 (07-19-2016 - TX)

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