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In re the Marriage: Rachelle K. Black, Petitioner, and Charles W. Black, Respondent

Rachelle and Charles Black were married for nearly 20
years and have three sons. They raised their children in a conservative Christian
church and sent them to private, Christian schools. In 2011, Rachelle1 told Charles
that she is a lesbian. In the order of dissolution, the trial court designated Charles as
the primary residential parent. The final parenting plan also awarded Char... More...
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Kevin Wethherilt v. Patrick H. Moore

¶1 This lawsuit arises from a crash landing on January 28, 2011,
during the flight of an experimental kit aircraft—a RANS S-6ES—from
Sedona to Buckeye, Arizona. The plane was piloted by Kevin Wetherilt,
who was the only person onboard the plane at the time of the crash, and
owned by Patten Harvey (collectively, “Plaintiffs”). The aircraft’s elevator
control bracket assembly app... More...
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Noreen Passmore and Clifford Passmore v. James W. McCarver, M.D., et al.

¶1 The superior court dismissed appellants’ medical malpractice
action without prejudice for failure to serve preliminary expert affidavits
under A.R.S. § 12-2603. Appellants then sought to refile the action under
Arizona’s “savings statute,” A.R.S. § 12-504, but the court found that relief
was not available under that statute and dismissed the claims with
prejudice. We affirm.... More...
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William N. Lundy, Jr. v. Colleen S. Lundy

¶1 Colleen S. Lundy (“Mother”) appeals the superior court’s
modification of William N. Lundy, Jr.’s (“Father[’s]”) child support
obligation. We conclude that the court erroneously attributed income to
Mother from a second job, and erroneously credited Father for the full
amount paid on an insurance policy covering both the minor children and
other dependents. We therefore vacat... More...
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Aaron D. Murray v. State of Indiana Sex Offender

In 2015, forty-one-year-old Murray was employed as a math teacher at
Seymour Middle School. During the 2014-15 school year, Murray was then
twelve-year-old K.B.’s math teacher.2 Until that school year, K.B. had been an
emotionally stable child who was a good student. During the 2014-15 school
year, however, K.B. began to experience problems.
[3] At that same time, K.B. b... More...
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Jerry C. Johnson and Jacob Johnson v. State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Company

This appeal arises from a suit brought by Jerry C. Johnson seeking declarations
construing the terms of two insurance policies following an automobile accident in which Jerry’s
son, Jacob, a minor at the time, was injured while Jerry was driving.1 See Tex. Civ. Prac. & Rem.
Code §§ 37.001–.011. Jerry sued State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Company, which had
issued Jerry an aut... More...
   $0 (04-06-2017 - TX)

United States of America v. Angela Young Federal Courthouse - Hammond, Indiana

Hammond, IN - Lynwood Woman Sentenced To 51 Months Imprisonment

Angela Young, 45, of Lynwood, Illinois was sentenced for one count of conspiracy to commit identity fraud, two counts of aggravated identity theft, one count of knowingly disclosing HIPPA information and one count of unlawful use of social security numbers.

According to documents in this case, between June 2007 and c... More...
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The People v. Mark Malik Scott

Appellant Mark Malik Scott appeals from the judgment
entered on his two convictions of second degree attempted robbery
and four convictions of second degree robbery. Appellant asserts
that the court violated his constitutional right to a public trial when
the court excluded his family members from the courtroom during
a portion of the trial and that such violation requires reve... More...
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In the Matter of M.T.U.

In this dependency case, mother appeals a juvenile
court judgment terminating her parental rights to her
daughter on the ground of unfitness, ORS 419B.504. We
reject without written discussion mother’s first assignment
of error. In her second assignment of error, mother contends
that the juvenile court erred in terminating her parental
rights because the Department of Human... More...
   $0 (04-05-2017 - OR)

United States of America v. Christopher Craig

Albuquerque, NM - Albuquerque Man Sentenced to Five Years for Federal Heroin Trafficking Conviction

Defendant Prosecuted as Part of HOPE Initiative which Seeks to Reduce the Number of Opioid-Related Deaths in New Mexico

Christopher Craig, 26, of Albuquerque, N.M., was sentenced to 60 months in prison for his conviction on a heroin trafficking charge. Craig will be on supervised r... More...
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STATE OF MISSOURI v. KRYSTAL M. SCROGGS

In 2013, Scroggs and her husband Matthew Scroggs ("Matthew")2 were living in
Pleasant Hill, Missouri with their three children. During the summer, Matthew's mother,
Melinda Brown ("Brown") was caring for the children at her home a couple hours away
from Pleasant Hill. In early June of 2013, Brown took the three children to visit Pleasant
Hill. Brown noticed that Scroggs appe... More...
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STATE OF LOUISIANA V. STORMY NICOLE COFER AKA STORMY COFER

The defendant argues that the evidence at trial was insufficient to support her conviction for second degree murder and insufficient to negate a claim of self- defense. Alternatively, she argues she should have been found guilty of the lesser offense of manslaughter.
The standard of review in a sufficiency of the evidence claim is “whether, viewing the evidence in the light most favorable to t... More...
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STATE OF LOUISIANA V. EARNEST G. HAMILTON Sex Offender

Defendant, whose date of birth is October 29, 1977, had sexual intercourse between the dates of July 1, 2013, and July 5, 2013, with B.H, whose date of birth is January 10, 2002.1 The victim became pregnant and delivered a baby boy on March 20, 2014. At trial, B.H. testified that her uncle, Defendant, had sexual intercourse with her when she was eleven years of age. DNA samples were taken from Def... More...   $0 (04-05-2017 - LA)

STATE OF LOUISIANA V. ERNEST RAY WILLIAMS

After a history of alleged domestic abuse, Defendant and his wife, Patricia Tolbert (also known as Patricia Williams), became estranged. Patricia was living in an apartment on her family’s property (herein referred to as “the Tolbert’s residence”). On May 12, 2013, Defendant’s sister and brother dropped Defendant off at a call tower where he claimed he needed to be to make his way to an upcoming j... More...   $0 (04-05-2017 - LA)

United States of America v. Paul Spencer Ruble

Brunswick, GA - Georgia Doctor Sentenced To Federal Prison in Pill Mill Case

Paul Spencer Ruble, 64, a doctor from Thomson, Georgia, was sentenced to serve 5 years in federal prison by Chief U.S. District Court Judge Lisa Godbey Wood. Ruble pleaded guilty to a charge of conspiracy to unlawfully dispense controlled substances and launder money on August 22, 2016.
 
According to in... More...
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United States of America v. Rosemary Ofume and Donatus Iriele Federal Courthouse - Atlanta, Georgia

Atlanta, GA - Two Pharmacists Convicted for Illegally Dispensing to Patients of a Pill Mill

Rosemary Ofume and Donatus Iriele, the husband and wife owners of Medicine Center Pharmacy in Atlanta, Georgia, have been convicted after a three-week jury trial on federal drug and money laundering charges for illegally dispensing controlled narcotics to customers of the “pill mill” pain clinic ac... More...
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STATE OF MONTANA v. BRAD EDWARD DAFFIN

On January 9, 2014, R.S. disclosed to her school counselor that she had been
sexually assaulted by Daffin, at the end of the previous summer, while she was 12-13
years old. Later that day, at Emma’s House, a Children’s Advocacy Center in Hamilton,
R.S. participated in a forensic interview with Valerie Widmer (Widmer), a licensed
clinical social workerwith specialized training ... More...
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STATE OF NEW MEXICO v. ZACHERY E. LINDSEY

In October 2013 Defendant pled no contest to residential burglary, a third
18 degree felony, and larceny, a fourth-degree felony, offenses committed in November
19 2012 when Defendant was nineteen years old. For those offenses, Defendant received
2
1 a conditional discharge, contingent upon his successful completion of five years’
2 probation and repayment of up to $1,417 in r... 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...
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STATE OF OREGON v. KENNETH EUGENE WOODS

Defendant appeals his convictions for two counts first-degree sexual abuse, ORS 163.427, and one count of second-degree sodomy, ORS 163.395. He assigns error to the trial court’s admission of evidence of his prior uncharged sexual conduct against the same victim. He also assigns error to the trial court’s imposition of restitution. We conclude that the trial court did not err in admitting the prio... More...   $0 (04-04-2017 - OR)

Keydrin Arceneaux v. The State of Texas

The complainant is K.J., a girl who was five months old at the time of her
death. K.J.’s mother, Laquisha Jackson, had begun dating appellant after she
became pregnant with K.J. Before Jackson gave birth to K.J., she and appellant
moved into a two-bedroom apartment with appellant’s father and appellant’s
father’s girlfriend. After K.J.’s birth, Jackson continued to live with ap... More...
   $0 (04-04-2017 - TX)

NAVAJO NATION, A FEDERALLY RECOGNIZED INDIAN TRIBE, NAVAJO NATION DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE v. UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR

Congress enacted the Indian Self-Determination and Education Assistance Act (“ISDEAA”) to help Indian tribes assume responsibility for programs or services that a federal agency would otherwise provide to the tribes’ members. 25 U.S.C. §§ 5301 et seq. The transfer of authority from the Department of the Interior (“DOI”) to a tribe is memorialized in a “self-determination contract.” The ISDEAA i... More...   $0 (04-04-2017 - DC)

Pedro Garza Valdez v. The State of Texas Sex Offender

Evidence presented at the guilt/innocence phase of the trial showed the following: Appellant is the paternal great uncle of the complainant, Janet.1 Janet testified that appellant sexually abused her over a period of years, beginning when she was a young child. Outward appearances suggested appellant was a beloved family member who would spoil all of his grandchildren and great nieces and nephe... More...   $0 (04-04-2017 - TX)

James R. Rodgers v. Healthcare Solutions Group, Inc. and Tulsa Firefighters Health & Welfare Trust Tulsa County Oklahoma Courthouse



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Tulsa, OK - James R. Rodgers sued Healthcare Solutions Group, Inc. and Tulsa Firefighters Health & Welfare Trust claiming that defendants ... More...
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United States of America v. David Oritz Juarez Federal Courthouse - Hartford, Connecticut

Hartford, CT - Citizen of Guatemala Sentenced to Prison for Illegally Reentering the U.S.

David Oritz Juarez, 35, a citizen of Guatemala who recently resided in Hartford, was sentenced today by Chief U.S. District Judge Janet C. Hall in New Haven to approximately seven and one-half months of imprisonment, time already served, and two years of supervised release, for illegally reentering t... More...
   $0 (04-04-2017 - CT)

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