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United States of America v. Charter Home Health Federal Courthouse - Baton Rouge, Louisiana

Baton Rouge, LA - Baton Rouge Home Health Company Settles False Claims Act Case For $1.7 Million

Charter Home Health, a Baton Rouge-based healthcare company, has agreed to settle a civil fraud complaint filed under the federal False Claims Act by paying the United States $1.7 million and entering into a Corporate Integrity Agreement.

The settlement arises from an investigation in... More...
   $1700000 (08-07-2017 - LA)

Christine Koper, as Public Conservator, etc. v. K.W.

The Sonoma County Public Conservator (Conservator) petitioned under the
provisions of the Lanterman-Petris-Short Act (LPS Act) (Welf. & Inst. Code, § 5000
et seq.)
for appointment as conservator of the person for appellant K.W. The petition
alleged K.W. was gravely disabled due to a mental disorder, unable to provide for his
basic needs for food, clothing, or shelter, and... More...
   $0 (08-03-2017 - CA)

Zenovida Love, et al. v. Wal-Mart Stores, Inc.

In Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. v. Dukes, 564 U.S. 338 (2011), the Supreme Court reversed the certification of a nationwide class of female Wal-Mart employees claiming gender discrimination. Thereafter, the unnamed plaintiffs in Dukes filed new actions seeking certifications of regional classes. The Appellants, a group of would-be class members of one of these regional class actions, appeal the district ... More...   $0 (08-03-2017 - FL)

United States of America v. Osman Rutilio Reyes

This Court implicitly held in United States v. Velasco, 465 F.3d 633 (5th
Cir. 2006), that the Illinois aggravated battery statute is divisible—meaning
that if a defendant has a prior conviction under that statute and a sentencing
court must determine whether this prior conviction qualifies for a sentencing
enhancement, the court should look to certain records of conviction to iden... More...
   $0 (08-02-2017 - TX)

United States of America v. Tonya Evans

Dallas, TX - Former Postal Employee Convicted at Trial in Scheme to Defraud Worker’s Compensation Program Sentenced to 21 Months in Federal Prison

Tonya Evans, 52, a former U.S. Postal Service employee, was sentenced July 27, 2017 by U.S. District Judge Sam A. Lindsay to 21 months in federal prison and ordered to pay $98,888.73 in restitution for participating in a scheme to defraud the D... More...
   $0 (07-28-2017 - TX)

STATE OF LOUISIANA V. ROBERT N. GREEN Louisiana Third Circuit Court of Appeal

Robert N. Green was convicted of simple rape, a violation of La.R.S. 14:43. He was sentenced to twenty-five years at hard labor, to be served without benefit of probation, parole, or suspension of sentence. Green appeals the conviction and the sentence. Finding no reversible errors in the jury’s conviction and no abuse of discretion in the trial court’s sentence, we affirm the conviction and sente... More...   $0 (07-23-2017 - LA)

Raymond Weber v. The State of Texas Tenth Court of Appeals, Waco, Texas 

Raymond Weber was convicted of theft and sentenced to 180 days in jail. See TEX.
PENAL CODE ANN. § 31.03 (West 2011). That sentence was suspended, and Weber was
placed on community supervision for two years.
Weber’s appellate attorney filed a motion to withdraw and an Anders brief in
support of the motion to withdraw, asserting that this appeal presents no issues of
ar... More...
   $0 (07-22-2017 - TX)

Delmar Alfredo Flores v. The State of Texas FIFTH COURT OF APPEALS IN DALLAS Aggravated sexual assault of a child under the age of fourteen

When she was in the fifth grade, the complainant in this case, A.R., reported to her
elementary school counselor that her mother had been hitting her. During the Child Protective
Services (CPS) investigation that followed, A.R said she had been sexually abused by appellant,
her stepfather. As a result of these allegations, CPS contacted the Plano Police Department and ... More...
   $0 (07-19-2017 - TX)

Shephard Mapolisa v. The State of Texas FIFTH COURT OF APPEALS IN DALLAS

Appellant and his wife had been separated for three years when appellant agreed to let
her stay in his apartment temporarily. One evening, they got into a heated discussion about
appellant’s romantic involvement with another woman. Appellant became angry, jumped over
an ottoman and on top of Wife, and “grabbed, clawed, scratched, and pulled at her” while
attempting to throw h... More...
   $0 (07-19-2017 - TX)

Shephard Mapolisa v. The State of Texas

Appellant and his wife had been separated for three years when appellant agreed to let
her stay in his apartment temporarily. One evening, they got into a heated discussion about
appellant’s romantic involvement with another woman. Appellant became angry, jumped over
an ottoman and on top of Wife, and “grabbed, clawed, scratched, and pulled at her” while
attempting to throw h... More...
   $0 (07-19-2017 - TX)

Joel Thomason v. Metropolitan Life Insurance Company; Verizon Employee Benefits Committee

This case arises from a dispute between a claims administrator and a
beneficiary about whether the beneficiary “elected to receive” pension benefits
under ERISA when he moved them via direct rollover from his pension fund to
his IRA. The district court determined that the plan beneficiary was entitled
to summary judgment on his § 1132(a)(1)(B) claim. Because the district court
... More...
   $0 (07-19-2017 - tX)

State of Florida v. Larry Perry Osceola County Courthouse - Kissimmee, Florida

Kissimmee, FL - Jury Convicts Father of First-Degree Murder and Aggravated Child Abuse

The State of Florida charged Larry Perry, age 33, with first-degree murder and aggravated child abuse in the death of Ayden Perry, age 3 months.

The Defendant testified that he told everybody that he needed help, that he was under stress and he was not used to caring for a child.

The a... More...
   $0 (07-19-2017 - )

Marianne Irvin v. Contra Costa County Employees'Retirement Association

Plaintiff Marianne Irvin and her late husband, Richard Irvin (respectively,
Marianne and Richard), obtained a judgment of legal separation a few months before his
death. Notwithstanding the separation, the couple‘s agreement dividing their assets
reflected Richard‘s intent that Marianne would receive the pension benefits available to a
surviving spouse after his death. Defendant Co... More...
   $0 (07-16-2017 - CA)

United States of America v. Eric Christopher Conn Federal Courthouses - Eastern District of Kentucky

Lexington, KY - Convicted Fraudster Lawyer Flees To Avoid Prison

The United States of America charged Eric Christopher Conn with:

Count: 1 Citation: 18:641.F Offense Level: 4
   $0 (07-14-2017 - KY)


The relevant facts are straightforward. On September 3, 2012, Marks and another hospital resident, Christopher Case, refused to go to bed as directed by members of the hospital staff. Eventually the decision was made to restrain Marks in a restraint chair. A scuffle ensued between Marks and several staff members. During the scuffle, Marks
kicked Kevin Brabb, a mental health employee, while Br... More...
   $0 (07-13-2017 - KS)

United States of America v. Harjit Kaur Johal and Jasvir Kaur Federal Courthouse - Sacramento, California

Sacramento, CA - Sutter County Women Sentenced to 2 Years in Prison for Making False Statements to the Grand Jury

U.S. District Judge Garland E. Burrell Jr. sentenced Harjit Kaur Johal, 50, and Jasvir Kaur, 47, each to two years in prison for making false declarations before a grand jury.

According to evidence presented at trial in March 2017, the defendants participated in a ser... More...
   $0 (07-07-2017 - CA)


Defendant-appellant, William L. Fambro, appeals his convictions for
Aggravated Murder with a Firearm Specification and Having Weapons While Under
Disability following a jury trial in the Trumbull County Court of Common Pleas. The
issues before this court are whether a trial court commits reversible error by excluding
as hearsay threatening statements made by the victim against... More...
   $0 (07-03-2017 - OH)


In August 2015, appellant was indicted on nine felonies and one
misdemeanor. The charges arose from appellant’s attempt to flee from two undercover
police officers after an unplanned meeting at a Geauga County residence. The chase
began when appellant drove his car a short distance across a lawn while an officer was
reaching into the window of appellant’s driver’s doo... More...
   $0 (07-03-2017 - OH)

State of Ohio v. Jerry D. Williams

Appellant was indicted on two counts of rape with firearm specifications, one count of gross sexual imposition with a firearm specification, one count of kidnapping with a firearm specification, and one count of having a weapon under disability. The indictment alleged that on May 19, 2015, appellant compelled the victim, J.H., by force to submit to vaginal intercourse, digital vaginal penetration... More...   $0 (07-03-2017 - OH)


E.D. is Dasen’s biological daughter. E.D. was born in 1996 and has Asperger’s
Syndrome, developmental delays, and an IQ of 81. On May 18, 2015, E.D., age 19, informed
her mother that Dasen had been sexually assaulting her for many years, with the most recent
incident occurring just the day before on May 17, 2015. E.D.’s mother subsequently called the
police and took E.D. to ... More...
   $0 (07-02-2017 - OH)


In November of 2015, Mr. Palmer was involved in an incident at Bowman
Beverage in Wooster where he swore at the manager and threw a slushy at her. The manager
then served Mr. Palmer with a no trespass letter prohibiting him from entering Bowman
Beverage for three years. The notice stated that it could only be withdrawn by the manager.
{¶3} In March of 2016, Mr. Palmer was inv... More...
   $0 (07-02-2017 - OH)


In April 2016, Cammon was indicted on one count of having weapons
while under disability, in violation of R.C. 2923.13(A)(3), a third-degree felony, one
count of carrying a concealed weapon, in violation of R.C. 2923.12(A)(2), a
fourth-degree felony, and three counts of drug possession, in violation of R.C.
2925.11(A), fifth-degree felonies. Cammon initially pleaded not guilty... More...
   $0 (07-02-2017 - OH)


In August 2015, Darden, who was 16 years old at the time, was involved in
an armed robbery, and a complaint was filed against him in juvenile court. Darden was
subject to mandatory transfer to the general division of the common pleas court to be tried
as an adult upon a finding of probable cause, because he was 16 years old, charged with a
“category two offense,” and used a f... More...
   $0 (07-01-2017 - OH)


The instant appeal arose from a robbery and shooting that occurred on
August 29, 2015, near the intersection of Lakeview Road and Parklawn Drive on
Cleveland’s east side. The victims, Darien Leadbetter (“Leadbetter”) and Leonard
Goins, IV, (“Goins”), were walking to a gas station and observed a male on a bicycle —
later identified as Nelson — following them. Nelson caught up... More...
   $0 (07-01-2017 - OH)

Allison Jacobs v. The Regents of the University of California

The question presented is whether disabled members under
the University of California Retirement Plan (UCRP) who receive
“Duty Disability Income” (DDI) are considered retired for
purposes of entitlement to a retired identification card and
concealed weapons endorsement pursuant to the Penal Code. We
conclude the answer is no. We therefore affirm the trial court’s
denial of ... More...
   $0 (06-29-2017 - CA)

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