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Deliberate Indifference Law
 
STATE OF KANSAS v. MARY ANN GARRETT

On October 27, 2014, Garrett brought 2-1/2-year-old C.C. into an emergency room. C.C. was wearing only a diaper and his legs had been severely burned. Garrett told
the emergency room nurse that she was C.C.'s babysitter and that she had left him in the bathroom with another little girl so they could use the potty chairs while she went to get pull-ups from another room. She heard screaming and... More...
   $0 (05-27-2017 - KS)

STATE OF KANSAS v. STEVE KELLY MOYER

In 1993, Moyer met his future wife, Jessica. On February 18, 1995, they had their first child, J.M. After J.M. was born, the couple married and had four more children, H.M., K.M., S.M., and D.M.

Jessica encouraged Moyer to spend more time with the couple's children because she felt Moyer was not sufficiently involved in their lives. But Jessica was not pleased when Moyer began spending... More...
   $0 (05-26-2017 - KS)

Anita Arrington-Bey v. City of Beford Heights, Ohio, et al.

When Omar Arrington-Bey died in a Bedford Heights jail cell,
that was not an obvious consequence of his arrest for disturbing the peace at a Lowe’s store. The
question is whether bad luck, negligence by the relevant local law enforcement officials, or
deliberate indifference by them caused his death. In suing the officers involved in his arrest and
detention and the City, Omar’s mo... More...
   $0 (05-26-2017 - OH)

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 - )

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA v. LEONER MARTÍNEZ-LANTIGUA United States Court of Appeals For the First Circuit

On July 6, 2014, a confidential informant told Homeland
Security Investigations ("HSI") agents that a money laundering and
drug trafficking organization was seeking assistance to transport
cocaine from St. Thomas to Puerto Rico. That same day, an HSI
undercover agent (the "Agent"), acting as a facilitator, called
the organization and coordinated a meeting to discuss the s... More...
   $0 (05-24-2017 - PR)

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA v. LEONER MARTÍNEZ-LANTIGUA United States Court of Appeals For the First Circuit

On July 6, 2014, a confidential informant told Homeland
Security Investigations ("HSI") agents that a money laundering and
drug trafficking organization was seeking assistance to transport
cocaine from St. Thomas to Puerto Rico. That same day, an HSI
undercover agent (the "Agent"), acting as a facilitator, called
the organization and coordinated a meeting to discuss the s... More...
   $0 (05-24-2017 - PR)

Jesse Frank Mouton v. State of Mississippi

In 2012, Jesse Frank Mouton lived with his brother Jody and Jody’s girlfriend
Katelyn, at the Country Living Trailer Park in Woolmarket, Mississippi. Katelyn often
babysat Toni Carpenter’s children—three-year-old N.B. and two-year-old A.B. On June 17,
2012, Toni noticed that N.B. “act[ed] with discomfort” when she strapped him in his car
seat.2 Toni asked N.B. what was wrong. A... More...
   $0 (05-24-2017 - MS)

Victoria Swanagan a/k/a Victoria P. Swanagan v. State of Mississippi

At trial, Derrick Sims testified that he and Vincent P. Hill worked together. When
Sims arrived at SwanaganÕs home to pick up Hill for work, he heard Swanagan and Hill
arguing in her house. Swanagan exited her house and went next door to her motherÕs house.
During that time, Hill stayed inside SwanaganÕs house. When Swanagan returned, Sims
heard a Òruckus.Ó After a while, Hill cam... More...
   $0 (05-24-2017 - FL)

State of Tennessee v. Bruce Wayne Sutton

On June 19, 2013, officers with the Lincoln County Sheriff’s Department conducted a warrantless search of a residence on Village Park Drive in Fayetteville, Tennessee. As a result of evidence discovered during that search, Defendant was indicted by the Lincoln County Grand Jury of one count of initiating a process to manufacture methamphetamine, one count of promotion of methamphetamine manufactu... More...   $0 (05-23-2017 - TN)

Ashley Mere Howard v. The State of Texas Authorities release names of theft, murder suspects in connection with fatal police pursuit

It was undisputed at trial that Howard and her friend, Racquel Gonzalez,
agreed to steal polo shirts from a department store. They recruited another friend,
Shiquinta Franklin, to help them steal the shirts by driving Howard’s vehicle as the
getaway car.
Howard picked up Gonzalez and Franklin, and they drove to the department
store. Howard and Gonzalez entered the store w... More...
   $0 (05-19-2017 - TX)

Marta Ramirez, as personal representative and Heir of Ronald Monroy, deceased v. Noble Energy, Inc.

In this personal injury case, Ronald Monroy sued Noble Energy, Inc. for negligence after he allegedly sustained injuries while unloading a truck on Noble’s property. After Monroy failed to timely respond to Noble’s requests for admissions,
Noble moved for summary judgment. While the case was pending in the trial court, Monroy died, and his wife and the personal representative of his estate, Ma... More...
   $0 (05-18-2017 - TX)

Theresa Graham v. R.J Reynolds Tobacco Company, et al.

This appeal presents the questions whether due process forbids giving a
jury’s findings of negligence and strict liability in a class action against cigarette
manufacturers preclusive effect in a later individual suit by a class member and, if
not, whether federal law preempts the jury’s findings. Florida smokers and their
survivors filed a class action against several tobacco comp... More...
   $0 (05-18-2017 - FL)

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)

Angelo Emilio Montoya v. The People of the State of Colorado Men Sentenced For Wheat Ridge Teen's Slaying

Angelo Montoya and his cousin were charged by grand jury indictment with
extreme indifference murder in the shooting death of a young woman at a party.1 The
two were tried together, and although both were acquitted of the charged offense of
extreme indifference murder, they were each convicted of attempted extreme
indifference murder, reckless manslaughter, criminally negligen... More...
   $0 (05-15-2017 - CO)

Anthony Haire v. The State of Wyoming

Appellant lived with his wife and three small children in a mobile home in Worland, Wyoming. Their home was situated on a piece of property owned by Jamye SoRelle.1 Mr. SoRelle also lived in a mobile home on the property.
On the evening of April 13, 2015, Appellant was grilling hamburgers in front of his mobile home with his family and a friend, Judy Cable. Mr. SoRelle came to the cookout f... More...
   $0 (05-15-2017 - WY)

United States of America v. William Curtis Howell

Lexington, KY - Former Deputy Jailer at Kentucky River Regional Jail Convicted of Federal Charges Related to the Death of a Detainee

A jury has convicted a former deputy jailer in eastern Kentucky for his role in violently assaulting a pre-trial detainee and willfully failing to provide necessary medical attention that led to his death.

Acting Assistant Attorney General Tom Whee... More...
   $0 (05-15-2017 - KY)

STATE OF OHIO v. JOHN LEWIS Ninth District Court of Appeals

Mr. Lewis and his former girlfriend, the victim in this matter, began dating in
2007 and lived together at various points in time. Mr. Lewis described their relationship in
positive terms and indicated that the two were still communicating and working on their
problems when the incident giving rise to this appeal occurred. Meanwhile, the victim testified
that she had tried re... More...
   $0 (05-14-2017 - OH)

STATE OF OHIO v. FRANK J. CELLI Ninth District Court of Appeals

Mr. Celli was indicted for domestic violence involving his pregnant girlfriend,
N.H. He proceeded to trial and the jury found him guilty.
{¶3} Mr. Celli has timely appealed his conviction and raises three assignments of error.
II.
FIRST ASSIGNMENT OF ERROR
MR. CELLI’S CONVICTION IS IN VIOLATION OF THE EQUAL PROTECTION CLAUSE OF THE 14TH AMENDMENT TO THE U.S. CONSTITUTI... More...
   $0 (05-14-2017 - OH)

United States of America v. William Curtis Howell

Lexington, KY - Former Deputy Jailer at Kentucky River Regional Jail Convicted of Federal Charges Related to the Death of a Detainee

A jury has convicted a former deputy jailer in eastern Kentucky for his role in violently assaulting a pre-trial detainee and willfully failing to provide necessary medical attention that led to his death.

William Curtis Howell was convicted of usi... More...
   $0 (05-13-2017 - KY)

Crystal Eschert v. Charlotte Fire Department

Charlotte, NC - Jury Awards Fired Fire Inspector $1.5 Million

Crystal Eschert sued the City of Charlotte on a civil rights wrongful termination theory claiming that the was fired because she complained about the safety of construction work at an office building in 2014.

The City claimed that Eschert was fired because of a Facebook post about the Michael Brown shooting.

"... More...
   $0 (05-13-2017 - NC)

STATE OF OHIO vs. DOUGLAS T. SHIRLEY IN THE COURT OF APPEALS OF OHIO FOURTH APPELLATE DISTRICT

On March 18, 2015, while being detained at the Ross County jail on a felony
possession of heroin charge, Shirley was involved in an apparent medical emergency. On that
date, Shirley was found lying on the floor of the jail; and it appeared that he had a seizure and hit
Ross App. No. 16CA3562 2... More...
   $0 (05-12-2017 - OH)

STATE OF OHIO v. RENELL R. PEACOCK Man sentenced to 30 months in prison

This case stems from incidents that occurred on November 29, 2014
and May 18, 2015. On November 29, 2014, Peacock, having been approached by
an officer from the Fostoria Police Department, led that officer on a foot pursuit
across a parking lot and through an alley in Fostoria, Ohio. During the chase,
Peacock discarded a small plastic bag from his pocket prior to being taken ... More...
   $0 (05-12-2017 - OH)

United States of America v. Jill M. Evans Federal Courthouse - Denver, Colorado

Denver, CO - Littleton Woman Sentenced to Seven Years in Federal Prison for Oil and Investment Scheme

Jill M. Evans, age 51, of Littleton, Colorado, was sentenced by U.S. District Court Judge John L. Kane to serve 84 months (7 years) in federal prison for wire fraud and money laundering, the U.S. Attorney’s Office, FBI and Internal Revenue Service – Criminal Investigations announced. Foll... More...
   $0 (05-10-2017 - CO)

Charles Onuoha v. Heinz Otzoy Orozco

Oklahoma City, OK - Charles Onuoha v. Heinz Otzoy Orozco

Issue # 1. Issue: AUTO NEGLIGENCE (AUTONEG)
Filed By: Onuoha, Charles
Filed Date: 04/25/2016
Party Name Disposition Information
Defendant: Orozco, Heinz Otzoy Disposed: JUDGEMENT FOR PLAINTIFF, 05/08/2017. Jury Trial
Docket
Date Code Description Count Party Amount
04-25-2016 TEXT

C... More...
   $6865 (05-08-2017 - OK)

United States of America v. Michael Mirando Federal Courthouse - Los Angeles

Los Angeles, CA - Former Orange County Man Found Guilty of Defrauding Insurance Companies by Billing Millions for Tests that Were Never Performed

A former resident of Aliso Viejo has been found guilty of 15 counts of health care fraud for submitting bills to insurance companies that sought millions of dollars in reimbursement for tests and services that were never performed.

Mich... More...
   $0 (05-08-2017 - CA)

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