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STATE OF KANSAS v. DANIEL LYNN CREGUT

Around May 2012, Wilson and Cregut began dating. In March 2014, Wilson ended her relationship with Cregut. After the breakup, Wilson and Cregut continued to communicate and had what Wilson described as "an on and off thing." But on June 21, 2014, Wilson obtained a protection from abuse order against Cregut. Cregut was ordered not to have any contact with Wilson.

On June 29, 2014, Cregut... More...
   $0 (07-13-2017 - KS)

United States of America v. Richard D’Arcy, Jr. Federal Courthouse - Buffalo, New York

Buffalo, NY - Richard D’Arcy, Jr., 37, of Buffalo, NY, who pleaded guilty to theft of mail by a postal employee, was sentenced to one year probation by U.S. District Judge Lawrence J. Vilardo.

Assistant U.S. Attorney Marie P. Grisanti, who handled the case, stated that on August 2, 2016, a U.S. Postal Service mail carrier discovered 52 pieces of mail, in delivery order, in a blue collecti... More...
   $0 (07-12-2017 - NY)

Penobscot Nation v. JANET T. MILLS, Attorney General for the State of Maine The Penobscot Nation

This litigation began shortly after the Maine Warden
Service and the Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife
requested a legal opinion from Maine's then-Attorney General
William Schneider "regarding the respective regulatory
jurisdictions of the . . . Nation and the State of Maine . . .
relating to hunting and fishing on the [M]ain [S]tem of the
Penobscot Ri... More...
   $0 (07-07-2017 - ME)

STATE OF OHIO - vs - PHILLIP CUNNINGHAM

On September 2, 2015, a Butler County grand jury indicted Cunningham with
one count of endangering children in violation of R.C. 2919.22(B)(1), a second-degree felony
under R.C. 2919.22(E)(2)(d), and one count of murder in violation of R.C. 2903.02(B), an
unclassified felony. The charges stemmed from allegations that Cunningham shook his two
month-old daughter ("the victim"), ... More...
   $0 (07-05-2017 - OH)

Penobscot Nation v. Janet T. Mills, et al.

The Penobscot Nation (the
"Nation") filed suit in federal court against the State of Maine
and various state officials (the "State Defendants"), claiming
rights as to a 60-mile stretch of the Penobscot River, commonly
known as the "Main Stem." The United States intervened in support
of the Nation. Private interests, towns, and other political
entities, whom we shall call th... More...
   $0 (07-05-2017 - ME)

United States of America v. Murray Rojas Federal Courthouse - Harrisburg, Pennsylvania

Harrisburg, PA - Jury Convicts Horse Trainer of Misbranding Animal Drugs

The United States of America charged Murray Rojas with:

Count: 1-4 Citation: 18:1343.F Offense Level: 4
18:1343 - FRAUD BY WIRE, RADIO, OR TELEVISION
Count: 5 Citation: 18:1349.F Offense Level: 4
18:1349 ATTEMPT AND CONSPIRACY TO COMMIT MAIL FRAUD
Count: 1s-6s Citation:... More...
   $0 (07-03-2017 - PA)

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)

Aristea Hupp v. Solera Oak Valley Greens Association

INTRODUCTION
Plaintiff Aristea Hupp (Aristea) appeals judgment entered after the trial court
granted defendants Solera Oak Valley Greens Association and City of Beaumont Animal
Control Officer Jack Huntsman’s1 ex parte application to dismiss Aristea’s first amended
complaint (FAC) under the vexatious litigant provision, Code of Civil Procedure section
391.7.
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Aristea ... More...
   $0 (06-25-2017 - CA)

Aristea Hupp v. Solera Oak Valley Greens Association

Plaintiff Aristea Hupp (Aristea) appeals judgment entered after the trial court
granted defendants Solera Oak Valley Greens Association and City of Beaumont Animal
Control Officer Jack Huntsman’s1 ex parte application to dismiss Aristea’s first amended
complaint (FAC) under the vexatious litigant provision, Code of Civil Procedure section
391.7.
2
Aristea contends the tria... More...
   $0 (06-23-2017 - CA)

MAUREEN HARDEN HERD, et al. v. SHRAUNER FEEDYARD, LLC

Herd owns a parcel of land in the southeast quarter of section 32 of Protection Township in Comanche County, Kansas. This parcel of land has been in Herd's family since her grandfather purchased it in 1925; in 1950, the family built a farm house on the land, which is currently occupied by Herd's son and daughter-in-law.

Shrauner owns approximately 310 acres of land in section 33 of Pro... More...
   $0 (06-22-2017 - KS)

American Humanist Association, Inc. v. Douglas County School District RE-1 United States Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit Denver, Colorado

Plaintiffs, families with children enrolled in the Douglas County School
District RE-1 (“DCSD”) and the American Humanist Association (“AHA”), filed this
action challenging various DCSD practices as violations of the Establishment Clause
and the Equal Access Act (“EAA”). They contend that DCSD has engaged in a
pattern and practice of promoting Christian fundraising efforts and perm... More...
   $0 (06-20-2017 - KS)

Timothy Nelson Evans a/k/a Timothy N. Evans a/k/a Timothy Evans a/k/a Tim Evans v. State of Mississippi

Evidence adduced at trial revealed that in the spring of 2009, Evans moved into
Holling’s home as her tenant. The two previously had been romantically involved, but that
relationship had ceased before Evans moved in with seventy-year-old Holling. On the
morning of January 2, 2010, fifty-two-year-old Evans and his friend, Joe Thomas, were on
the way to perform a carpet-cleaning job ... More...
   $0 (06-19-2017 - SC)

Vincent Wrencher, Sr. v. The State of Texas and the City of Austin, Texas

Vincent Wrencher, Sr., appearing pro se, appeals from the order of Travis County
Court at Law No. 8 dismissing his appeal for want of jurisdiction. Wrencher was attempting to
appeal from the judgment of the Austin Municipal Court of Record. That court had concluded that
Wrencher’s pet, “Skip,” was a “dangerous dog.” Appellees are Travis County and the City of Austin
(the State). We... More...
   $0 (06-17-2017 - TX)

The People of the State of Colorado v. Priscilla Ann Rock Supreme Court of the State of Colorado

Priscilla Rock was charged with one count of second degree burglary, as
proscribed at section 18-4-203(1), C.R.S. (2016), and one count of theft, as proscribed at
section 18-4-401(1)(a), C.R.S. (2016), both arising from the same incident.1 She was
convicted on both counts and sentenced to concurrent two-year terms of probation.
¶4 The evidence at trial indicated that at some p... More...
   $0 (06-07-2017 - CO)

Randall Kevin Jones v. Officer S. Fransen, et al.

In history and literature, the name “Draco” has been associated with some notorious characters. Draco of ancient Greece is perhaps best known for the harsh legal code he composed, which inspired the word “draconian.” Antonios Loizides, Draco’s Law Code, ANCIENT HISTORY ENCYCLOPEDIA http://www.ancient.eu/ Dracos_Law_Code/ (last visited May 12, 2017). Draco Lucius Malfoy, of course, is Harry Potter’... More...   $0 (05-24-2017 - )

State of Tennessee v. Melvin King IN THE COURT OF CRIMINAL APPEALS OF TENNESSEE AT KNOXVILLE

In Octoberof 2014, Defendant and four codefendants—Braylen Bennett, Roderick Curtis, Dwaine Love, and Charles Byrd—were indicted by the Knox County Grand Jury in a multi-count indictment after an incident at the home of John Huddleston during which Mr. Huddleston was shot and killed. The indictment charged the defendants with twenty-five different offenses, including: three counts of aggravated b... More...   $0 (05-23-2017 - TN)

STATE OF LOUISIANA v. LAWRENCE NIXON State of Louisiana Court of Appeal, Second Circuit

Accordingly, we affirm the judgment of the trial court and grant counsel’s motion to withdraw. We dismiss any other pending motions as moot. Nixon was charged by bill of information with two counts of distribution of marijuana, in violation of La. R.S. 40:966(A)(1), and one
count of distribution of cocaine, in violation of La. R.S. 40:967(A)(1). The...
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   $0 (05-21-2017 - LA)

STATE OF KANSAS v. HECTOR A. AMARO

On the evening of April 28, 2014, Julio Ruiz was visiting Adrian Molina at his house. Miguel Mariscal was also present. While Ruiz and Molina were in the living room, five members of the Sureño gang arrived at the house. Molina spoke to the men in the kitchen. Eventually, Molina informed Ruiz that the men were talking about "jumping" him and that he should leave. Ruiz believed that the men were th... More...   $0 (05-16-2017 - KS)

Wiley Brown v. Dominique Easley Courthouse - Paul Beach County, Florida

West Palm Beach, FL - Jury Awards Man Bitten by Dog $150,000

Wiley Brown sued Los Angeles Rams defensive tackle Dominique Easley on a negligence theory claiming that he was bitten by Defendant's 2.5 year old pit bull dog, Chucky.

Easley claimed that he did not know Brown and that Brown did not have permission to be in the rented condo.

Easley asked a friend and neighbor ... More...
   $150000 (05-14-2017 - FL)

United States of America v. Robert Arellano Federal Courthouse - Albuquerque, New Mexico

Albuquerque, NM - Albuquerque Man Charged in 13-Count Dog Fighting Indictment

A federal grand jury in Albuquerque, N.M., returned an indictment charging Albuquerque resident Robert Arellano, 63, with 13 counts of violating the animal fighting prohibitions of the federal Animal Welfare Act, announced James D. Tierney, Acting U.S. Attorney for the District of New Mexico.

Arellano h... More...
   $0 (05-13-2017 - NM)

STATE OF IOWA vs. NGOR MAKUEY Makuey gets life in prison for east Des Moines slaying

Ruppert and Harriet Anderson, residents of Des Moines, had an animal
boarding business operated by their grandson that was adjacent to their home.
Ruppert was ninety-seven years old and Harriet was ninety-two on July 2, 2014,
when they received a knock at their door. Harriet assumed someone was
wanting to pick up an animal and opened the door. She observed a young man
an... More...
   $0 (05-10-2017 - IA)

STATE OF IOWA vs. BETTY ANN NALL Iowa Supreme Court, Iowa Court of Appeals,

The following facts are drawn from the minutes of testimony and the defendant’s in-court admissions. FECR268551. On August 2, 2012, Betty Ann Nall visited Earlham Bank in Des Moines and opened an account with a counterfeit U.S. postal money order in the amount of $890. Nall had received the money order from an internet secret shopper program that she suspected was a scam. On August 3, Nall dep... More...   $0 (05-07-2017 - IA)

Jacobo G. Garcia v. American Golf Corporation

In this opinion, we hold that the trail immunity in
Government Code section 831.41 does not immunize a dangerous
condition of a commercially operated, revenue generating public
golf course that causes injury to pedestrians on an adjacent trail.
Consequently, we reverse the summary judgment entered in
favor of City of Pasadena (City) on the claims by Jacobo G. Garcia
(Jacobo... More...
   $0 (05-04-2017 - )

James Raymond Clary, as Personal Representative v. City of Crescent City

John Diehl, while a resident of Washington State, owned eight vacant lots in
Crescent City, California (City).
1
Diehl appeals from the superior court‘s denial of his
petition for a writ of administrative mandate, brought under Code of Civil Procedure
section 1094.5. Diehl‘s writ petition challenged the City‘s determinations that the
overgrown weeds and rubbish on his lots... More...
   $0 (05-02-2017 - )

JOHN ROBERT PHELPS V. THE STATE OF TEXAS Court of Appeals Sixth Appellate District of Texas at Texarkana

After a jury heard evidence that John Robert Phelps engaged in sexual intercourse with his
nineteen-year-old biological daughter, they convicted him of prohibited sexual conduct.1 In
accordance with the jury’s verdict, the trial court sentenced Phelps to twenty years’ imprisonment,
ordered him to pay a $10,000.00 fine, and also ordered him to pay $400.00 for his court-appointed More...
   $0 (04-27-2017 - TX)

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