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STATE OF LOUISIANA V. RICKY WAYNE MILLER AKA RICKY MILLER Louisiana Third Circuit Court of Appeal

At the guilty plea proceeding, the State set forth a factual basis for the charge. The State explained that during the execution of an arrest warrant, a routine search was conducted. During the search, a pill bottle with eighteen “green” pills was found on Defendant.
2The court minutes mistakenly indicate that the proceeding was held on January 11, 2016, but the transcript indicates it was hel... More...
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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...
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STATE OF IOWA vs. BETTY ANN NALL Iowa Supreme Court, Iowa Court of Appeals,

The following facts are drawn from the minutes of testimony and the defendant’s in-court admissions. FECR268551. On August 2, 2012, Betty Ann Nall visited Earlham Bank in Des Moines and opened an account with a counterfeit U.S. postal money order in the amount of $890. Nall had received the money order from an internet secret shopper program that she suspected was a scam. On August 3, Nall dep... More...   $0 (05-07-2017 - IA)

State of Louisiana v. Frederick Lujuan Brown COURT OF APPEAL SECOND CIRCUIT STATE OF LOUISIANA

In the late afternoon of January 17, 2013, Warren Perkins was at his
body shop when a black male entered the establishment and told Perkins that
a friend was going to bring his wrecked truck to the shop. Perkins’
employees, Bacilio Mendez and Bryant Johnson, who had not left for the
day, saw the man, and one of the employees attempted to talk to him. The
man followed Perk... More...
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Thomas Santellana, Jr. v. The State of Texas Seguin Man Arrested, But Not Without a Fight and Two Trips to the Hospital

Appellant Thomas Santellana, Jr., was charged by indictment with the felony offense
of escape. See Tex. Penal Code § 38.06. He filed a pre-trial application for writ of habeas corpus,
in which he contended that the double-jeopardy clauses of the United States and Texas Constitutions
bar his prosecution. The trial court denied his application, and Santellana now appeals. We will
... More...
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David Garden v. State of Indiana Former Realtor charged with tricking homeowners out of their property

From approximately 2010 through 2014, Garden engaged in a series of
fraudulent real estate transactions. In some cases, Garden would offer to sell a
home for an individual, obtain a quitclaim deed for the property, and then enter
into a rent-to-own agreement with a subsequent victim that was contrary to the
authority given to him by the original owner. In other cases, Garden ... More...
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In the Interest of R.L., a/k/a RC, a/k/a R.M. and R.L., children Harris County Courthouse - Houston, Texas

In these accelerated appeals,2 appellant, T.H.L., challenges the trial court’s orders, entered after a bench trial, awarding the Department of Family and Protective Services (“DFPS”) permanent managing conservatorship of her four minor children, R.C.,3 R.L., C.J., and C.C.J. (collectively, “the children”).4 In her sole issue, T.H.L. contends that the trial court erred in appointing DFPS as the chi... More...   $0 (04-21-2017 - TX)

STATE OF LOUISIANA V. PATRICIA A. MEADOWS

Because defendant‟s convictions were the result of guilty pleas, the facts
underlying the crimes of conviction are not fully developed in the record. Thus,
the facts were gleaned from the factual basis for the offenses provided by the State
at the guilty plea proceeding.
The State submitted that if it had proceeded to trial, it would have proven
beyond a reasonable ... More...
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STATE OF MONTANA v. MICHAEL ROBERT BREKKE

On August 12, 2012, in Sheridan County, Montana, Brekke took a pickup that did
not belong to him and went on a joy ride through a campground where he had been staying.
He damaged the truck and campground property. A Sheridan County Sheriff’s Deputy
investigated and issued Brekke a complaint and notice to appear in Justice Court for the
offenses of criminal mischief, a felony... More...
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Dennis M. Dykes v. State of Tennessee Estes Kefauver Federal Building - Nashville, Tennessee

Petitioner was indicted by the Grundy County Grand Jury in July of 2012 for aggravated assault in case number 4920. Petitioner represented himself at trial despite repeated admonition from the trial court about proceeding pro se. Petitioner signed an acknowledgement of his rights and waiver of the right to have an attorney.

The incident that gave rise to the indictment and trial occur... More...
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STATE OF KANSAS v. KAREN L. BARTLETT

In February 2014, Bartlett pled guilty to forgery and theft by deception. The district court sentenced her to 18 months' probation with an underlying 19-month prison sentence. In September 2015, the State filed a motion to revoke Bartlett's probation. The district court revoked Bartlett's probation and imposed a 60-day jail sanction followed by
reinstatement for 18 months. In May 2016, the St... More...
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STATE OF NEW MEXICO v.n BILL TURNER

Defendant was indicted on 211 counts, including 52 counts of securities fraud,
18 52 counts of prohibited conduct in providing investment advice, 52 counts of fraud,1
52 counts of forgery, two counts of theft of identity, and one count of conspiracy to
2 commit securities fraud. Following Defendant’s plea of not guilty, the State filed a
3 motion to set conditions of release. Afte... More...
   $0 (04-10-2017 - NM)

United States of America v. Davon Lymon

Albuquerque, NM - Davon Lymon Sentenced to Twenty Years for Conviction on Federal Firearms Charges

Lymon, who is being Prosecuted under Federal “Worst of the Worst” Anti-Violence Initiative, to be Sentenced on Conviction in Second Federal Case on April 24, 2017

Chief U.S. District Judge M. Christina Armijo sentenced Davon Lymon, 36, of Albuquerque, N.M., for his conviction in one... More...
   $0 (04-05-2017 - NM)

STATE OF NEW MEXICO v. BILL TURNER

Defendant was indicted on 211 counts, including 52 counts of securities fraud,
18 52 counts of prohibited conduct in providing investment advice, 52 counts of fraud,1
1 52 counts of forgery, two counts of theft of identity, and one count of conspiracy to
2 commit securities fraud. Following Defendant’s plea of not guilty, the State filed a
3 motion to set conditions of release. Af... More...
   $0 (04-05-2017 - NM)

The People v. Angela Kay Vandiver

APPEAL from the Superior Court of Riverside County. Becky Dugan, Judge.
Affirmed.
Michael A. Hestrin, District Attorney, Emily R. Hanks and Donald W. Ostertag,
Deputy District Attorneys, for Plaintiff and Appellant.
Elizabeth Garfinkle, under appointment by the Court of Appeal, for Defendant and
Respondent.
In this appeal, the parties ask us to determine the value of a blan... More...
   $0 (03-31-2017 - )

State of Tennessee v. Jamie Paul Click

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This case relates to controlled drug purchases conducted by the Sevierville Police Department (“SPD”) in September 2012. Thereafter, the Defenda... More...
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Tamuno Ifiesimama and Tamunnoibuomi Ifiesimama v. Daniel A. Haile and Wongelawit K. Alemu

After their attempt to purchase a home was unsuccessful, appellees Daniel A. Haile and Wongelawit K. Alemu sued appellants Tamuno Ifiesimama (“Mr. Ifiesimama”) and Tamunnoibuomi Ifiesimama (“Mrs. Ifiesimama”), for specific
performance and breach of contract. The trial court held a bench trial and ultimately ruled in favor of Haile and Alemu, ordering that they recover costs, their earnest mone... More...
   $0 (03-30-2017 - TX)

United States of America v. Charles F. Denno

Providence, RI - Former Finance Director Pleads Guilty to Embezzlement

Charles F. Denno, 66, of East Providence, a former finance director for the Providence Plan, pleaded guilty in federal court to fraud, admitting to the court that he devised and executed a scheme in which he fraudulently converted $742,190.69 of Providence Plan funds for his own use.

The Providence Plan is a n... More...
   $0 (03-29-2017 - RI)

STATE OF KANSAS v. TIOFILO RODRIGUEZ

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On December 29, 2011, Rodriguez lived with his girlfriend, Alicia Apodaca, and her two sons, J.R. and S.R., in Alicia's apartment in Ulysses. At the time, J.R. was age 14 a... More...   $0 (03-28-2017 - KS)

The People v. Daniel Romanowski

When California voters approved Proposition 47, they enacted statutory
provisions with the purpose of reducing punishment for a broad range of crimes
previously classified as felonies. What this case requires us to decide is whether
theft of access card account information — an offense that includes theft of credit
and debit card information — is one of the crimes eligible for redu... More...
   $0 (03-28-2017 - )

The People v. Charles Van Orden

Like People v. Garza (2005) 35 Cal.4th 866 (Garza), this case “involves the
interplay between two criminal law statutes: one a provision of the Penal Code, the other
a provision of the Vehicle Code.” (Id. at p. 871.) In Garza, the court considered the
interplay between Vehicle Code section 10851 (unlawful taking or driving a vehicle,
hereafter section 10851) and Penal Code section ... More...
   $0 (03-24-2017 - CA)

The People v. Giovanni Gonzales

In 2014, Proposition 47 created the new crime of “shoplifting,” defined as
entering an open commercial establishment during regular business hours with the
intent to commit “larceny” of property worth $950 or less. (Pen. Code, § 459.5,
subd. (a).) This provision is related to the general burglary statute, which also
applies to an entry with intent to commit “larceny” or any felony.... More...
   $0 (03-24-2017 - )

Brian Jason White v. The State of Texas

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The complainant, Jason Earnhardt, and his wife started Earnhardt Restoration and
Roofing (ERR) in 2010. The company primarily re... More...
   $0 (03-23-2017 - TX)

STATE OF KANSAS v. LLOYD L.J. JACKSON, III

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On October 6, 2014, Twanna Pankey got into a fight with her then-boyfriend, Jackson, at her apartm... More...
   $0 (03-10-2017 - KS)

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.

U.S. ... More...
   $0 (03-08-2017 - KY)

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