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In the fall of 2009, Mr. Thornock requested that PacifiCorp provide electric service to an irrigation pivot on his property. On March 23, 2010, Mr. Thornock signed a General Service Contract (first contract) authorizing PacifiCorp to provide electric service to the pivot. The contract stated that the agreement is “between PacifiCorp, doing business as Rocky Mountain Power (“Company”), and Jason... More...   $0 (09-21-2016 - WY)

Daniel Lynn Easter v. The State of Texas

Archie Glenn Hashaw, Jr., executive director of Waller County Emergency
Medical Service (“Waller County EMS”), a non-profit organization and the
complainant in this case, testified that Waller County EMS provides “9-1-1
ambulance service” for the county. It shares “a building in downtown Monaville,”
designated as Fire Station Number 2, with the Monaville Volunteer Fire Departm... More...
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William Verlin Martz v. State of Indiana

Mark Gilland (Gilland) owned a parcel of property located at 503 East Race
Street in Eaton, Delaware County, Indiana (Property). Although Gilland did
not personally live on the Property, he kept a substantial number of his
possessions in a pole barn on the Property. The Property also contained several
other outbuildings and a small cabin in which his nephew, Greg Gilland (Gre... More...
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State of Missouri v. Katie Sprock

Union, MO - Jury Finds Motorist Guilty of Third-Degree Assault

The State of Missouri charged Katie Sprock, age 26, with third-degree assault, a Class A misdemeanors, arising out of a motor vehicle accident involving a MoDot vehicle in a work zone.

Section 565.083 for the Revised States of Missouri (RSMo) provides:

Until December 31, 2016--Assault of a law enforcement of... More...
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Joshua Daniels was convicted by a jury of domestic assault as a habitual
offender, as well as harassment in the first degree. He appeals claiming there
was insufficient evidence to support his assault conviction because the State
failed to prove the existence of a domestic relationship between himself and the
victim, his mother.1
We review challenges to the sufficiency o... More...
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United States of America v. Pacific Gas & Electric Co., et al.

San Francisco, CA - PG&E Found Guilty Of Obstruction Of An Agency Proceeding And Multiple Violations Of The Natural Gas Pipeline Safety Act

A federal jury found Pacific Gas and Electric Company (“PG&E”) guilty today of multiple willful violations of the Natural Gas Pipeline Safety Act of 1968 (“PSA”) and obstructing an agency proceeding, announced U.S. Attorney Brian J. Stretch, Californi... More...
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Walter B. Saner v. BridgeTex Pipeline Company, LLC

BridgeTex is a limited liability company engaged in the location and construction of a pipeline in Texas for the transportation of crude petroleum. The pipeline is intended to transport crude petroleum from the Permian Basin to the Texas Gulf Coast. In January 2013, the Texas Railroad Commission designated BridgeTex as a common carrier and granted it a T-4 permit. Pursuant to its designation as... More...   $0 (07-21-2016 - TX)

Tracy Larance Gordon v. The State of Texas

Under the Penal Code, an individual commits burglary “if, without the effective
consent of the owner, the person . . . enters a building or habitation and commits or attempts to
commit a felony, theft, or an assault.” Tex. Penal Code § 30.02(a)(3). As mentioned above, Gordon
does not challenge the sufficiency of the evidence showing that he entered a structure without the
effecti... More...
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Robert Wayne Fry v. The State of Texas

Fry does not contest that he entered a building without the effective consent of the owner,
Jamie Dippold, or his motive for that entry; he only contests whether that building fits the
definition of a habitation. Dippold testified that about two years before the January 2, 2015,
incident at issue, she and her husband bought the farmhouse in question, which is situated on
prope... More...
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Lakeeshia Alexanderia Wright v. The State of Texas

Appellant appeals her conviction for the murder of George Esquivel.
Appellant and Esquivel were friends and lived with her mother in her mother’s
apartment. Christopher Lightfoot worked with Esquivel and lived in the same
apartment complex as Esquivel and Appellant. The back of Lightfoot’s apartment
was located diagonally from the back of Esquivel’s and Appellant’s apartment... More...
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Niare Quenette Lyte v. The State of Texas

The complainant, Jasmine Miller, was a friend of a sister of appellant Niare
Quenette Lyte. Once when her apartment lost electricity, Miller briefly stayed at
Lyte’s family’s apartment. After a dispute arose, Lyte told Miller to leave the
apartment. Miller then called the police and reported that Lyte had threatened to
kill her. Lyte was arrested and held in jail overnight, tho... More...
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On January 9, 2008, a field engineer for Verdigris Valley Electric Cooperative (Employer) met with a contract electrician for Integrated Service Company LLC (INSERV) in Catoosa, Oklahoma, concerning the installation of additional underground electrical service. They discussed the location of the additional service to the building and decided to use an existing junction box which the engineer ... More...
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Misty Darlene Tiger v. Verdigris Valley Electric Cooperative

¶1 The issue in this matter is whether summary judgment was properly granted to decedent's employer pursuant to Parret v. UNICCO Service Co., 2005 OK 54, 127 P.3d 572. Because material issues of fact remain in dispute, this cause must be remanded to the trial court for proceedings consistent with this opinion.


¶2 On January 9, 2008, a field engineer f... More...
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United States v. Ganias

In August 2003, agents of the U.S. Army Criminal Investigation Division
(“Army CID”) received an anonymous tip that Industrial Property Management
(“IPM”), a company providing security for and otherwise maintaining a
government-owned property in Stratford, Connecticut, pursuant to an Army
contract, had engaged in misconduct in connection with that work. In particular,
the... More...
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On January 17, 2013, Mr. Washington and Mr. Jackson were jointly charged
by a grand jury indictment with second degree murder, a violation of La. R.S.
14:30.1, and attempted second degree murder, a violation of La. R.S. 14:27,
14:30.1. On January 24, 2013, Mr. Washington and Mr. Jackson were arraigned
and both pleaded not guilty.
In January 2015, a five-day jury trial was... More...
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State of Louisiana v. Tommy Lee Wilson

The victims in this case were Irene Ellison, age 78; her 41-year-old
daughter, Carisa Ellison; and Carisa’s boyfriend, Brian Wilson, age 58. 1
The women lived in a three-bedroom house in the 4000 block of Gloria
Drive in Shreveport with Kenneth Ellison, Irene’s son and Carisa’s brother.
At the time of the murders, Brian was living in a shed located behind the
On t... More...
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Kendrion Lamont Wiley v. The State of Texas

According to Bates, on March 30, 2013, around 10 p.m., she walked over
to Wiley’s apartment next door and asked him for a cigarette. Wiley, who was in
his apartment with someone else, asked her to wait for a moment. A few
minutes later, he gave her a cigarette, and she returned to her apartment.2
Shortly thereafter, Bates was sitting on her patio, which was illuminated
... More...
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On May 21, 2011, Appellant Jerry Jamgotchian claimed Rochitta, a bay
filly, for $42,400 in a claiming race at Churchill Downs in Louisville, Kentucky.
Foaled February 26, 2008 in Pennsylvania, Rochitta was first purchased at the
2009 Keeneland Yearling Sales in Lexington, Kentucky for $160,000 by Rabbah
Bloodstock. Prior to her debut at Churchill Downs, Rochitta had run
pr... More...
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In 2010, an arrest warrant was issued for Edguardo Rivera,1 a suspect in a homicide case. Deputy U.S. Marshal Gary Duncan, a member of the Dauphin County Fugitive Task Force, received information from another law enforcement officer and from street informants that Rivera was “staying” or “residing” at an address on North 13th Street in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. App. 25–26, 35–36. With the arres... More...   $0 (05-02-2016 - PA)

Joshua Howell v. State of Indiana

On the afternoon of August 2, 2011, Debra Scheiber went to visit her elderly
mother, Sylvia Fry, who lived alone at 511 Sherman Street in Huntington.
When Debra arrived, she found her mother dead. Debra called the Huntington
Police Department to report her mother’s death, and police officers arrived at
3:24 p.m. Because Sylvia’s house was filled with trash, see Tr. p. 17; Ex... More...
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Chase Craig Hudson v. The State of Texas

The story of the conflict between Bobby and Hudson is one of two different tales. One of
these tales is the rendition of the interaction that unfolds as it occurs; the other tale of the conflict
is quite different when told in court by Bobby and Marie Casey, Hudson’s step-grandfather and
grandmother. It is uncontested from both viewpoints that a mid-thirty-aged, single Hudson had ... More...
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The record reveals the following facts and procedural
A. Suppression Hearing
According to Detective Robert Prachar of the Homicide
Squad, Essex County Prosecutor's Office (prosecutor's office),
he initially met defendant on July 23, 2009, at her home in
Fairfield, where Zoppi had been found dead that morning. Later
that day, defendant and her husban... More...
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Stanford Dewayne Jones Sr. v. The State of Texas

In early November 2012, Appellant and his then girlfriend, Evelyn Hamilton, went to Lanzy Owens’s Club, a Lufkin nightclub. Evelyn left after Appellant had several drinks and started “acting crazy.” She soon received a call from the club to come pick up Appellant. She found Appellant somewhere in the club in a confused state, complaining of a broken finger and wearing only boxer shorts. Concer... More...   $0 (04-14-2016 - TX)

State of Tennessee v. Heather Renee McCollum

This case concerns the stabbing death of the victim, John Homer Poteete, and the subsequent arson of his residence. For her role in these offenses, appellant was charged with first degree premeditated murder and arson.
At appellant‟s two-week-long trial, the State‟s first witness was Stanley Goff. On August 14, 2012, he resided in Lewisburg, Tennessee, with his wife and ninete... More...
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State of Tennessee v. Jose Lemanuel Hall, Jr.

The eighteen-year-old victim, Kendrya Davis, was found dead in an abandoned house on Cass Street in Nashville on April 3, 2011. She was last seen alive on March 28th. Her mother, Beverly Sutton, testified that her daughter was about to graduate from high school, and her family called her “Fat Momma,” although her friends also called her “K.K.” Ms. Davis would get around town by either riding th... More...   $0 (03-30-2016 - TN)

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