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My Three Sons, LTD., My Three Sons Management, LLC, Prestonwood OB/GYN Associates, P.A., Christopher Riegel, M.D., P.A., and Christopher Riegel v. Midway/Parker Medical Center, L.P., Kinsman Ventures, LLC, Manhattan Construction Company, TD Industries, Inc., Southstar Fire Protection Company, CMA Management Company, and Midway Medical Center Owners Association, Inc.

Christopher Riegel and various entities affiliated with him––My Three Sons, Ltd., My
Three Sons Management, LLC, Prestonwood OB/GYN Associates, P.A., Christopher Riegel,
M.D., P.A.––appeal the trial court’s dismissal of their lawsuit against appellees for failing to
comply with an order compelling arbitration of the dispute. In five issues, appellants complain
the trial court erred... More...
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Joan E. Mulvania, et al. v. Sheriff of Rock Island County and Rock Island County

This appeal presents two distinct
claims. The first arises from plaintiff Joan Mulvania’s arrest
and detention at the Rock Island County Jail in November
2010. Mulvania claims the jail has a widespread practice of
conducting strip searches with excessive force and without
accommodating people who are experiencing mental distress.
The second claim arises from ten other plain... More...
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STATE OF NEW MEXICO v. DESIREE LINARES Murder suspect incompetent

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Linares and Alexis Shields resided together as the foster children of Evelyn
15 Miranda. In June 2011, Linares and ... More...
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Providence Health System Oregon v. Joy M. Walker

This is the second time that we are asked to review an
order of the Workers’ Compensation Board relating to claimant’s
entitlement to a penalty under former ORS 656.268(5)(d)
(2009), renumbered as ORS 656.268(5)(f) (2015),1 and attorney
fees under ORS 656.382(1), for employer’s failure to
close her claim within 10 days of her September 30, 2009,
request for closure.
In ... More...
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United States of America v. Deric Lostutter

Lexington, KY - Winchester Man Sentenced To 24 Months For Illegally Hacking Into Website And Lying To Federal Agents

A Winchester, Ky., man, who previously admitted to hacking and taking control of a high school sports website, to gain publicity for his online identity and harass and intimidate the website owner and others, has been sentenced to 24 months in federal prison.

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Defendant Giuseppe Tedesco appeals from the judgment of
conviction entered after a jury found... More...
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Eddie Gill v. City of Milwaukee, et al.

In February 2013, Eddie Gill confessed
to and was charged with the murder of Jordin Crawley.
Gill spent just over a year in jail awaiting trial. The charges
were dropped, however, after a Milwaukee County Circuit
Court judge suppressed Gill’s confession. Gill then filed a
series of federal and state law claims in federal district court
2 No. 16‐2846
against the Ci... More...
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Gerald Caldwell v. KHOU-TV; Gannett Company, Inc.

After being fired, Gerald Caldwell sued his employers, KHOU-TV and Gannett Company, Inc. (collectively, “the Defendants”), for violations of the Americans with Disabilities Act (“ADA”) and the Family Medical Leave Act (“FMLA”). The district court granted summary judgment in favor of the Defendants and Caldwell appealed. Because we find that Caldwell raised a genuine issue of fact over whether the ... More...   $0 (03-07-2017 - TX)

State of Tennessee v. Christopher Clifton

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The following facts were stipulated to underlying Defendant‟s guilty plea conviction. Despit... More...
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Joetta S. Sells v. State of Indiana

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M. is a teenage girl born in 1998 with a partial deletion of chromosome 5. This
genetic abnormality has caused her to suffer serious but manageable mental and
physical disabilities. As of October 12, 2015, ... More...   $0 (03-05-2017 - IN)

Leon Jackson v. The State of Texas MoreLaw Receptionist Services Never Miss Another Call With MoreLaw's Receptionists Answering Your Calls

Under two separate indictments, Leon Jackson was charged with a state-jail felony
for forgery of a financial instrument in cause number 6101 and with a third-degree felony for forgery
of a financial instrument involving an elderly victim in cause number 6100. See Tex. Penal Code
§ 32.21(a)-(b) (setting out elements of offense of forgery), (d) (explaining that, in general, forgery
... More...
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L.J. v. Pittsburg Unified School District

This is an Individuals with Disabilities Education Act
(“IDEA”) case of an emotionally troubled young child with
suicidal tendencies beginning in the second grade, and with
attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (“ADHD”)
augmenting his disruptive behaviors. Congress created the
IDEA to bring disabled students into the public education
system by requiring states to adopt p... More...
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Lora D. Hamman v. Carolyn W. Colvin

Lora Hamman applied for disability insurance benefits, asserting that she was
disabled due to a combination of physical and mental impairments. Her application
was denied by an administrative law judge (ALJ), who concluded that she suffered
from severe impairments but was nonetheless capable of performing some work. The
Appeals Council declined to review her case. Hamman then sough... More...
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United States of America v. Andrea R. Williams

Newman, GA - Newnan Woman Sentenced for Financial Aid Fraud and Identity Theft

Andrea R. Williams was sentenced to six years and seven months in federal prison for wire fraud and aggravated identity theft for using stolen identities to file dozens of fraudulent federal student aid applications.

“Williams stole the identities of dozens of innocent victims, using them to file frau... More...
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United States of America v. Michael Ferrarie Eubanks and Hydie Roylene Eubanks

Muskogee, OK - Two Atoka Individuals Found Guilty Of Theft Of Government Funds, False Statement

MICHAEL FERRARIE EUBANKS, age 57, of Atoka, Oklahoma, and HYDIE ROYLENE EUBANKS, age 58, of Atoka, Oklahoma, were found guilty, by a federal jury, for THEFT OF GOVERNMENT FUNDS, in violation of Title 18, United States Code, Sections 641 and 2; CONCEALMENT OF A MATERIAL FACT, in violation of Tit... More...
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State of Wisconsin v. Tabitha A. Scruggs

Petitioner, Tabitha Scruggs
("Scruggs"), seeks review of a published court of appeals
decision denying her motion for postconviction relief.1 The
court of appeals determined that Scruggs failed to demonstrate
beyond a reasonable doubt that imposing a now mandatory $250 DNA
surcharge for a single felony conviction constitutes a
punishment, violating the prohibition a... More...
   $0 (02-23-2017 - WI)

Aaron Bernard Carter v. The State of Texas

Appellant was indicted for the sexual assault of T.B., a child younger than seventeen
years of age. Appellant pleaded not guilty, and the case proceeded to a jury trial.
At the time of trial, T.B. was seventeen years old. She testified that her parents were
deceased and that she was raised by her grandmother. Appellant was related to the father of one
of T.B.’s cousins; T.... More...
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United States of America v. Clint A. Schwab

New Orleans, LA - Clint A. Schwab, of Thibodaux, pled guilty to theft of Social Security benefits.

According to court documents, SCHWAB began receiving Social Security disability benefits in 1998. In or around 2008, SCHWAB returned to work, but did not inform the Social Security Administration (SSA) as required by law. In January 2016, SCHWAB was interviewed by the SSA and falsely inform... More...
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On March 7, 2014, at approximately 11:20 p.m., video surveillance along the U.S.-Mexico border spotted two individuals hiding in the brush about one mile north of the border. U.S. Border Patrol agents spent four to five hours tracking fresh footprints, which ultimately led the agents to Rufino Peralta-Sanchez and his companion, who were by that time approximately six miles from the border. A Bor... More...   $0 (02-18-2017 - CA)

Dennis Price v. State of Indiana

In August 2014, Price was living with his girlfriend and their three-year-old
daughter D.A. in Indianapolis. Four-year-old D.J., Price’s son from another
relationship, had been staying at Price’s home for a couple months. Because
Price was serving home detention for a previous offense, he often cared for
D.A. and D.J. while his girlfriend worked.
[3] On August 23, 2014,... More...
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United States of America v. Robert Lee Lanier

Jacksonville, FL - Jacksonville Man Sentenced For Stealing Nearly A Quarter Million Dollars Of Social Security Disability Benefits

Robert Lee Lanier (57, Jacksonville) to 18 months in federal prison for theft of more than $236,000 in government property. He pleaded guilty on November 18, 2016.

According to court documents and sentencing testimony, Lanier had been receiving Social... More...
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Bobby Wayne Stone v. State of South Carolina

Stone began the day of February 26, 1996, by purchasing beer and two firearms—a .410 bore shotgun and a competition-grade .22 caliber semi-automatic pistol. He spent the remainder of the day roaming through the woods, drinking the beer and shooting the guns. Later that afternoon, Stone wandered into the backyard of Ruth Griffith. In Stone's statement to the police, he said he and Griffith were "o... More...   $0 (02-13-2017 - FL)

Sina Chenari v. George Washington University

After George Washington University Medical School expelled appellant for cheating on an exam, he brought suit in federal court for breach of contract and discrimination based on disability. The district
court granted summary judgment to the University, deferring
to its view that appellant broke its honor code and finding no
violation of the relevant disability statutes. For the reasons... More...
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Rasheem Diquoine Dubose v. State of Florida

On July 26, 2006, at approximately 4:00 p.m., Willie Davis, Jr., drove his
girlfriend, Cinee Tinsley, to the home where she lived with her mother and
siblings. As Davis turned onto Tinsley’s street, he noticed Dubose’s younger
brother walking in the street. Davis swerved in an attempt to hit Dubose’s younger
brother with the car, but was unsuccessful. Dubose’s younger brothe... More...
   $0 (02-12-2017 - TN)

Sherrie J. Terry v. Nancy A. Berryhill

Sherrie J. Terry appeals the district court’s order adopting
the magistrate judge’s recommendation and upholding the
Commissioner’s denial of her application for disability insurance
benefits. We have reviewed the record and find no reversible
error. Accordingly, we affirm. Terry v. Colvin, No. 8:14-cv-
04641-MGL (D.S.C. Feb. 3, 2016). We dispense with oral argument
because... More...
   $0 (02-12-2017 - SC)

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