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National Music Museum: America Shrine to Music v. Robert Johnson Federal Courthouse - Sioux Falls, South Dakota Morelaw Internet Marketing National Find A Lawyer Directory 888-354-4529

The subject matter of this lawsuit is a Martin D-35 guitar that Elvis Presley
played during his final tour in 1977. He dropped the guitar during a show in St.
Petersburg, Florida, and gave the damaged guitar to an audience member. Robert
Johnson, a blues guitarist and memorabilia broker, purchased the guitar in 2007. He
delivered the Martin D-35 guitar to the National Music Museum:... More...
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STATE OF KANSAS v. MARTIN R. PATRICK MoreLaw Performance Marketing If It Does Not Work, It Is Free!

Martin Patrick appeals his conviction of driving under the influence of alcohol to a degree that rendered him incapable of safely operating a vehicle. The events leading to his conviction took place at about 10:30 on the evening of May 25, 2013, when Officer Jason Colobong of the Tonganoxie Police Department observed Patrick's pickup truck straddling the centerline of the road. Patrick and his gi... More...   $0 (09-17-2018 - KS)

Shonda Martin v. Milwaukee County Eastern District of Wisconsin Federal Courthouse - Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Milwaukee County (“County”) hired Xavier Thicklen in late 2012 to work as a corrections officer in its jail. County has a zero-tolerance policy forbidding corrections officers from having any sexual
contact with inmates. County repeatedly instructed Thicklen not to engage in any such contact and trained him to avoid it. Thicklen gave answers to quizzes indicating he understood the training. Bu... More...
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STATE OF OHIO vs. Luis A. Morales, Jr

On April 27, 2016, Detective Lowell Smittle of the Columbus Division of Police applied for a search warrant requesting a search be authorized at 643 Belvidere Avenue "and the curtilage" thereof in Columbus, Ohio. (Aff. in Support of Warrant to No. 17AP-807 2 Search at 2; Search Warrant at 1.) The affidavit in support of the warrant to search provided by Smittle states: In January 2016, D... More...   $0 (09-16-2018 - OH)

STATE OF OHIO vs. CESAR HERNANDEZ

} On August 31, 2017, Hernandez was indicted on seven counts of rape and
four counts of kidnapping. On September 14, 2017, Hernandez plead guilty to two
counts of sexual battery, one count of abduction and one count of gross sexual imposition.
Pursuant to the plea agreement, the remaining counts in the indictment were nolled and
the state stipulated that the abduction and g... More...
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STATE OF OHIO v. MITCHELL D. WEBSTER MoreLaw Suites Legal Suites and Virtual Offices In Downtown Tulsa 406 South Boulder 918-582-3993 or Info@morelaw.com

Mitchell D. Webster appeals from his conviction and sentence following a jury
trial on one count of gross neglect of a patient in violation of R.C. 2903.34(A)(2), a first
degree misdemeanor.
{¶ 2} Webster advances two assignments of error. First, he challenges the legal
sufficiency and manifest weight of the evidence to support his conviction. Second, he
claims the trial c... More...
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Christopher Vasquez v. Solo 1 Kustoms, Inc.

Defendant SOLO 1 Kustoms, Inc. (SOLO) appeals a
judgment in favor of plaintiff Christopher Vasquez. After a bench
trial, the court found SOLO liable for performing unauthorized
repair work on Vasquez’s car in violation of Business and
Professions Code section 9884.9, and awarded Vasquez $12,000
in damages. On appeal, SOLO contends there is no private cause
of action for vio... More...
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STATE OF LOUISIANA Vs. TIMREK ANDREWS

On October 15, 2013, defendant, Timrek Andrews, was arrested following a
traffic stop by two New Orleans Police Department (“NOPD”) officers for a
damaged driver-side mirror on defendant’s vehicle. During the traffic stop, the
officers requested defendant exit and step to the rear of the vehicle for officer
safety. After defendant exited the vehicle, the officers observed def... More...
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STATE OF KANSAS v. GREAT PLAINS OF KIOWA COUNTY, INC. MoreLaw Suites - The Best Place In Tulsa To Practice Law

Great Plains of Kiowa County, Inc., (Great Plains) appeals from a judgment holding it subject to the Kansas Open Records Act (KORA) and compelling it to provide records requested by the State of Kansas through the Kiowa County Commission.

Kiowa County Memorial Hospital (Hospital) in Greensburg, Kansas, is a hospital organized and operated under K.S.A. 19-4601 et seq. The Hospital is man... More...
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United States of America v. Kenneth McLay District of Maine Federal Courthouse - Bangor, Maine

Bangor, ME - Old Town Man Pleads Guilty to Distribution and Possession of Child Pornography

Kenneth McLay, 46, of Old Town, Maine, pleaded guilty on September 10, 2018 in U.S. District Court to distribution and possession of child pornography.

According to court records, the defendant obtained sexually explicit videos of a minor from the internet and uploaded some of these videos... More...
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Cheryl Searcy v. R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, et al. Middle District of Florida Federal Courthouse - Tampa, Florida

Cheryl Searcy (“Plaintiff”) sued the defendants, R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Company and Philip Morris Inc. (together, “Defendants”) for unintentional and intentional torts arising from the death of her mother, Carol Lasard, alleging that Lasard’s illnesses were caused by her addiction to cigarettes manufactured by Defendants. The jury found for Plaintiff on both the unintentional and intentional tort c... More...   $0 (09-12-2018 - FL)

Amanda Kondrat'Yev v. City of Pensacola, Florida United States District Court for the Northern District of Florida Federal Courthouse - Pensacola, Florida

The City of Pensacola, Florida appeals a district court decision ordering it to remove a 34-foot Latin cross from a public park on the ground that the City’s maintenance of the cross violates the First Amendment’s Establishment Clause. Having concluded that we are bound by existing Circuit precedent, we find ourselves constrained to affirm.
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The pertinent facts are undisputed. In 1941, th... More...
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STATE OF OHIO vs. ELDER R. MEADE

This is an appeal from Scioto County Common Pleas Court judgments that imposed
a restitution order and denied a motion to withdraw a guilty plea. Elder Meade, defendant below
and appellant herein, assigns the following errors for review:
FIRST ASSIGNMENT OF ERROR:

“THE TRIAL COURT IMPROPERLY FAILED TO ORDER A RESTITUTION HEARING AFTER THE APPELLANT QUESTIONED THE AMOUNT... More...
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STATE OF OHIO vs. TAUREICE PATTERSON

The state indicted Patterson after a shooting in Avondale where the
victim had been struck in the knee by a bullet and left in the street. The victim had
identified Patterson and DeMarcio (“Marcio”) Peck as the assailants to police, and
the police eventually apprehended Patterson four months after the shooting while
driving a stolen vehicle. Prior to trial, Patterson moved to... More...
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James Morden v. XL Specialty Insurance District of Utah Federal Courthouse - Salt Lake City, Utah

This appeal concerns an assigned claim on a liability-insurance policy. Belsen
Getty, LLC, a registered investment adviser owned by Terry Deru, obtained a claimsmade
financial-services-liability policy (the Policy) from XL Specialty Insurance
Company covering Belsen Getty and its advisers for the period from October 9, 2010, to
October 9, 2011. Under the policy, XL had no duty to d... More...
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William Hatcher v. MDOW Insurance Company Federal Courthouse Eastern District of Arkansas - Little Rock, Arkansas

William Hatcher appeals following an adverse jury verdict on his claim seeking
additional insurance benefits for smoke and fire damage at his home. He argues the
district court misinterpreted his insurance policy as an actual-cash-value policy rather
than a replacement-cost policy. In addition, he raises an evidentiary issue, arguing the
district court improperly prevented him from... More...
   $0 (09-10-2018 - AR)

State of Tennessee v. Robert Burnette

At the Defendant’s trial on these charges, the parties presented the following evidence: Betty Davis1 testified that on May 11, 2015, she was at her sister’s house in Memphis, Tennessee drinking beer and whiskey. She was sitting on the porch of her sister’s residence with her sister, her daughter, and two of her grandchildren, and felt as if someone was watching her. Her other grandchild was sta... More...   $0 (09-09-2018 - TN)

OXFORD GLOBAL RESOURCES, LLC vs. JEREMY HERNANDEZ

The defendant was employed in California by the plaintiff company, which is headquartered in Massachusetts. 2 As a condition of employment, he signed a confidentiality, nonsolicitation, and noncompetition agreement (agreement) that declared that the agreement would be governed by the laws of Massachusetts and that all lawsuits arising from the agreement would be brought in a Massachusetts co... More...   $0 (09-09-2018 - MA)

San Franciscans for Livable neighborhoods v. City and County of San Francisco

After preparing an environmental impact report (EIR) defendant City and County
of San Francisco (City) approved revisions of the housing element of its general plan.
San Franciscans for Livable Neighborhoods (SFLN) filed a petition for writ of mandate
challenging the adequacy of City’s EIR. The trial court denied relief and we affirm.
I. FACTUAL AND PROCEDURAL BACKGROUND
A. The... More...
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ANFERNEE WELLS V. STATE OF ARKANSAS

Wells was tried and convicted for murdering Vincent Stone. Stone died of a gunshot
wound after playing a pickup game of basketball in a Blytheville park on 22 June 2015.
During the April 2017 trial, two witnesses identified Wells as one of two gunmen at the
Blytheville park that day.
Wells argued to the circuit court before the trial and during the trial that his arrest More...
   $0 (09-08-2018 - TX)

Eunice Cristina Rodriguez v. The State of Texas

Tommy Brown, who worked as a night cleaner for a Fort Worth janitorial
services company, was in a relationship with Connie Moreno.2 Moreno was a
“very petite,” Hispanic woman whom Brown regularly introduced as his wife
although they apparently were not married. In 2003 or 2004, Brown also became
involved with Rodriguez, who was taller than Moreno, heavier set, and Hispanic.3 ... More...
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State of Ohio v. Jake Paul Heiney

Heiney is an orthopedic surgeon who ran his own medical practice, called Cutting Edge Orthopedics. He operated two offices, one in Sylvania, Ohio, and the other in Lambertville, Michigan. In this case, Heiney is alleged to have touched two female patients inappropriately while examining them at his Sylvania office in early 2015. The patients, referred to as “M.S.” and “K.O.,” offered the fo... More...   $0 (09-06-2018 - OH)

Brittany Harris v. Kimberly Klase Eastern District of Kentucky Federal Courthouse - Covington, Kentucky

Seventeen-year-old Brittany Harris was a passenger in her family’s minivan when it was pulled over by police officers in Erlanger, Kentucky. Later,
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No. 17-6051 Harris v. Klare Page 2
Officer Kimberly Klare was summoned to escort Harris to a nearby restroom and, while doing so, searched her in allegedly inappropriate and unlawful ways. Harris brought suit under 42 U.S.C. § 1983, claim... More...
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Derrick Bunkley v. City of Detroit, Michigan Eastern District of Michigan Federal Courthouse - Detroit, Michigan

In this interlocutory appeal from the denial of the defendants’ motion for summary judgment, the defendants appeal several rulings, one of which concerns qualified immunity. We AFFIRM in part and DISMISS in part.
I.
Detroit Police arrested Derrick Bunkley on a charge of attempted murder, the State of Michigan prosecuted him, and a jury convicted him. But Bunkley was innocent. When the conv... More...
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ANFERNEE WELLS V. STATE OF ARKANSAS

Wells was tried and convicted for murdering Vincent Stone. Stone died of a gunshot
wound after playing a pickup game of basketball in a Blytheville park on 22 June 2015.
During the April 2017 trial, two witnesses identified Wells as one of two gunmen at the
Blytheville park that day.
Wells argued to the circuit court before the trial and during the trial that his arrest More...
   $0 (09-05-2018 - TX)

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