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Randall Eye vs. State of Missouri

On November 28, 2012, narcotics officers investigating allegations of a meth production
site arrived at Movant’s residence. The officers observed a fire pit outside the residence with
two men, including John Greer (“Greer”), and a woman standing near the fire pit. Movant was
inside the residence and consented to a search when asked by the narcotics officers. During their
sea... More...
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Paul Lee Navarro v. The State of Texas

By his first, second, and third issues, appellant contends that the evidence is insufficient to support his convictions of burglary of a habitation, unlawful possession of a firearm by a felon, and theft of a firearm. A. Standard of Review To determine whether the evidence is sufficient, we consider all the evidence in the light most favorable to the verdict and determine whether a rational fact f... More...   $0 (07-17-2018 - TX)

James Dalton Smith v. The State of Texas Indecency with a child by sexual contact

James Dalton Smith appeals his conviction of one count of continuous sexual abuse of a
child younger than fourteen and two counts of indecency with a child by sexual contact. A jury
found appellant guilty and sentenced him to thirty years’ confinement on the continuous sexual
abuse count and four years’ confinement on each indecency count. In eight issues, appellant argues
th... More...
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Keysha Keyyor Tugler v. The State of Texas Fifth Court of Appeals of Texas

At a convenience store at 1:20 a.m. on June 18, 2016, a night manager had just finished
with a transaction involving a female customer. A delivery driver was also present making a
delivery. At that moment, two individuals ran into the store brandishing guns. Both gunmen had
their faces covered, one with black-and-white fabric and the other with a mask. The assailants
took t... More...
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Ector Antonio Soza v. The State of Texas Court of Appeals Fifth District of Texas at Dallas

The State indicted appellant for the offense of aggravated sexual assault of a child younger
than fourteen years of age. Appellant entered a plea of “not guilty” and proceeded to a jury trial.
Appellant testified at trial and denied having performed the unlawful act as alleged in the
indictment and as testified to by the complainant. The jury found against appellant and returned ... More...
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United States of America v. Dayron Gonzalez and Felipe Perez Western District of Wisconsin Federal Courthouse - Madison, Wisconsin Morelaw Internet Marketing National Find A Lawyer Directory 888-354-4529

Madison, WI - Two Florida Men Sentenced for Credit Card Fraud Conspiracy

Two Florida Men Sentenced for Credit Card Fraud Conspiracy

Dayron Gonzalez, 26, and Felipe Perez, 28, both of Miami, Florida, were sentenced on July 13, 2018 by Chief U.S. District Judge James D. Peterson for conspiring to use counterfeit credit cards. Gonzalez pleaded guilty to the charge on March 8, 2018... More...
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Theresa Mason-Funk v. City of Neenah, et al. Eastern District of Wisconsin Federal Courthouse - Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Brian Flatoff’s decision to take individuals hostage at a
motorcycle shop in Neenah, Wisconsin,
had tragic consequences for Michael Funk. After managing
to escape from Flatoff, Funk was shot and killed in the alleyway
behind the shop by two officers of the Neenah Police
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Department (NPD), Craig Hoffer and Robert Ross. Unfortunately,
they mistakenly b... More...
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Melvin Linn Knox v. The State of Texas

This case began in 1973 with the murder of Donald Rodgers in Knox’s
home.2 At the time of the murder, Donald was fourteen years old and Knox was
fifteen years old. Although the State filed a petition against Knox for Donald’s
murder in 1973, it was dismissed for insufficient evidence and the case went
cold.
In 2015, Jeff Rodgers, Jr., Donald’s older brother, contacted... More...
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Ex parte Jesse Andrew Lopez

After appellant’s arrest on March 4, 2017, a Fort Bend County Grand Jury
issued a true bill of indictment, accusing appellant of committing the felony offenses
of aggravated sexual assault1 and burglary of a habitation.2 The trial court set
appellant’s bond at $50,000.00. On June 20, 2017, appellant filed an application for
a writ of habeas corpus, asserting that his confinem... More...
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STATE OF KANSAS v. CODY A. RIECHERS

On January 22, 2016, Riechers came to the dispatch window at the Clay County Law Enforcement Center just before 4 a.m. and spoke with the dispatcher, Officer Keith Myers, asking if law enforcement were looking for him. Myers noted that Riechers appeared intoxicated as he was making nonsensical statements, he smelled heavily of alcohol, and he was leaning against the counter. Myers called the on-du... More...   $0 (07-16-2018 - KS)

In the Matter of the Marriage of MARSHA WELLS and MIKE WELLS

Marsha and Mike had been married for over 40 years when Marsha filed for divorce. This appeal concerns the division of property between Marsha and Mike.

Before the marriage Mike worked for Panhandle Eastern and purchased an unknown amount of Panhandle Eastern stock. Mike stopped buying Panhandle Eastern stock shortly after marrying Marsha. The Panhandle Eastern stock is currently known ... More...
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STATE OF KANSAS v. TRAVIS MONTEZ JOHNSON

On the evening of February 20, 2016, Jaron Sanders invited Dominique Shugart and her cousin, Shavontee Heally, over to his house. When the women arrived, approximately 12 other guests were already there, including Travis Johnson and Terrance Harvell. Sanders was flirtatious and friendly with Heally. Shugart invited another friend, Regina Stuart, to the party, and she arrived when she got off work.... More...   $0 (07-16-2018 - KS)

STATE OF KANSAS v. ALTON SILVERSON

Silverson was charged with several crimes resulting from an incident that occurred at the Kunkle residence, where Rita and David lived with their adult daughter, Ruth. The events were recounted by the Kunkle family at trial.

As Rita and Ruth were returning home from the grocery store on the evening of December 2, 2015, they saw a car pull into a driveway across the street. Rita went in... More...
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Angela Johnson Musa v. Dr. Carrie Miles and Dr. Joseph Elia Multnomah County Courthouse - Portland, Oregon

This appeal involves a dispute over attorney fees in an action on an automobile insurance policy. Plaintiff sued defendant for personal injury protection (PIP) and uninsured motorist (UM) benefits under his automobile insurance policy with defendant after he was involved in a motor vehicle accident with an uninsured driver. The only issues remaining in the case after court-annexed arbitration and ... More...   $0 (07-16-2018 - OR)

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA v. JOHN TIMOTHY CANNON, a/k/a Mr JT,

Cannon argues that the district court abused its discretion in denying his pretrial motion for a reliability hearing. Cannon’s opening brief merely incorporates by reference his district court pleadings, a tactic of which we have disapproved. See Fed. R. App. P. 28(a)(8)(A); Wahi v. Charleston Area Med. Ctr., Inc., 562 F.3d 599, 607 (4th Cir. 2009); McCarver v. Lee, 221 F.3d 583, 588 n.1 (4t... More...   $0 (07-15-2018 - Nc)

Planned Parenthood of the Heartland and Jill Meadows v. Kimberly K. Reynolds, ex rel State of Iowa and Iowa Board of Medicine SUPREME COURT OF IOWA

In this appeal, we must decide if the constitutional right of women to choose to terminate a pregnancy is unreasonably restricted by a statute that prohibits the exercise of the right for a period of seventy-two hours after going to a doctor. In making this decision, we recognize the continuing debate in society over abortion and acknowledge the right of government to reasonably regulate the const... More...   $0 (07-15-2018 - IA)

HAYAT SINDI v. SAMIA EL-MOSLIMANY and ANN EL-MOSLIMANY United States Court of Appeals For the First Circuit

This case implicates a plethora
of issues arising in the shadow of the First Amendment. Most
notably, it requires us to address the power of a court to impose
a prior restraint in the form of a permanent injunction forbidding
the publication of words — words that the court believes have been
used to defame the plaintiff in the past and are likely to be
repeated. The... More...
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Jerry Lynn Lofton a/k/a Gerry Lynn Lofton a/k/a Gerry Lofton a/k/a Jerry Loftin a/k/a Jerry Lofton v. State of Mississippi

Edroy James Ballard Jr. was shot and killed on June 3, 2014, in Horn Lake, Mississippi. A DeSoto County grand jury charged Lofton with Ballard’s murder. Lofton was deemed indigent, and Adam Emerson was appointed to represent him. Several months later, Emerson filed a motion to reconsider Lofton’s indigent status. Emerson informed the trial court that Lofton had refused to meet with him and wi... More...   $0 (07-15-2018 - FL)

Tom Donovan Nicolos v. North Slope Borough North Slope Borough of Alaska

The North Slope Borough discharged employee Tom Donovan Nicolos after he made statements that Borough employees interpreted as threats. Nicolos appeals from the superior court’s order approving the Borough Personnel Board’s decision affirming his discharge. He claims that his statements did not constitute threats or other
misconduct under the Borough’s personnel rules and that the Borough fail... More...
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Milton Jackson vs. The State of Florida

On August 19, 2015, the victim was walking with a friend to a neighbor’s
house around the corner when Jackson pulled up in his car and called the victim
over to talk with him. Jackson and the victim had previously been in an on-again,
off-again relationship. The victim told Jackson that she would talk with him when
she returned from the neighbor’s house. When the victim retu... More...
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Bobby Kevin Williams vs State of Florida

In his first claim, Williams alleged that during jury deliberations, when neither defense counsel nor the trial judge was present, the jury asked to review the surveillance video in evidence. The prosecutor responded by informing the bailiff that the jury could view the recording on the court’s video player. The bailiff returned a few minutes later and informed the prosecutor that the video player... More...   $0 (07-14-2018 - FL)

ROBIN EUSTACHE vs. STATE OF FLORIDA

Eighteen-year-old Robin Eustache entered a guilty plea to robbery with a
firearm, which carries a ten-year minimum mandatory sentence. Eustache, 199 So.
3d at 486. The trial court, however, sentenced him as a youthful offender under
the Florida Youthful Offender Act (Act) to four years in prison and two years of
probation. Id. The Act, codified at sections 958.011-958.15, F... More...
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State of Tennessee v. Damarkus Lowe

Following the April 2012 shooting death of William Watson (“the victim”), a Knox County grand jury charged the Defendant, along with Michael May, with the first degree premeditated murder of the victim and two alternative counts of especially aggravated kidnapping involving Myshauna Blair. See Tenn. Code Ann. §§ 39-13-202, 305. The Defendant proceeded to a trial by jury on June 30through July 3,... More...   $0 (07-14-2018 - TN)

State of Tennessee v. Grady Dewayne Carroll

On July 15, 2013, the Appellant pled guilty to Class E felony reckless endangerment and Class E felony evading arrest. He also pled guilty to reckless driving and driving on a suspended license, Class B misdemeanors. The Appellant received concurrent four-year sentences as a Range II, multiple offender for each felony conviction and six months for each misdemeanor conviction for a total effectiv... More...   $0 (07-14-2018 - TN)

Edgar Ray Bettis v. State of Tennessee

On April 1, 2011, the Petitioner strangled the victim, who was the manager of the trailer park where he lived, after striking her repeatedly with an ashtray. He was charged with premeditated first degree murder, felony murder, and theft of the victim’s automobile. The Petitioner argued that the homicide occurred in self-defense after the elderly victim became confused about his identity and atta... More...   $0 (07-14-2018 - TN)

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