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State of Louisiana v. Matthew E. Collier

On August 11, 2012, A.R. informed her aunt that Matthew Collier
had been “messing” with her. At that time, A.R. was living with Collier and
her sister, K.R., Collier’s wife.
Collier was originally charged with one count of the forcible rape of
A.R., but on October 13, 2014, the charge was reduced to indecent behavior
with juveniles, in violation of La. R.S. 14:81. 1
On ... More...
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State of Louisiana v. Andrew DeBerry

Andrew DeBerry was charged by bill of information with attempted
first degree murder of a police officer, illegal possession of stolen things
valued at $1,500.00 or more, aggravated flight from officer where human
life is endangered, and resisting a police officer with force or violence.
Pursuant to the terms of the plea agreement with the state, DeBerry agreed
to plead guilty... More...
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State of Louisiana v. Lasasha S.R. Allen

Allen, who was 23 years old when this offense was committed, is the
mother of five children, including 20-month old A.A. On June 22, 2014, 1
Allen had A.A. and another of her children, who was seven years old, in her
car in Franklin Parish. Allen positioned A.A. in the front passenger seat
against the door. She drove the car around a curve at a high rate of speed,
reached ov... More...
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Stanley Lionel Bolden v. The State of Texas

Appellant was charged by indictment with murder. He pleaded “not guilty,” and the matter proceeded to a jury trial. At trial, the evidence showed that Appellant went to the mall early one Saturday morning to buy some newly released tennis shoes. While inside the mall, Appellant encountered Jonathan Dews and had a verbal confrontation with him. The two men went into the parking lot. Some of th... More...   $0 (04-14-2016 - TX)

Dequisha Jackson v. The State of Texas

On August 13, 2013, Appellant gave birth to a healthy six pound seven ounce baby boy, I’Mauri Jackson. On her discharge from Methodist Hospital in Baytown, Texas, she received instructions from the hospital stating that she was to bring the baby in for a follow up visit with a doctor three days after I’Mauri’s discharge. An appointment was made for I’Mauri for August 19, 2013. Appellant did not... More...   $0 (04-14-2016 - TX)

Jim Lee Bailey III v. The State of Texas

A jury found appellant Jim Lee Bailey III guilty of murder and assessed
punishment at seventy-five years in prison. In his sole appellate issue, Bailey
challenges the sufficiency of the evidence. We affirm the trial court’s judgment of
Bailey was a participant in a fight that took place at Port Arthur Town Home
Apartments on September 23, 2014. The victim was ... More...
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Raul Fernando Barron v. The State of Texas

A jury found Raul Fernando Barron guilty of violating the terms of his civil
commitment, and following his punishment hearing, the jury also found the
enhancement paragraphs to be true. The trial court followed the jury’s
recommendation and gave Barron a life sentence. See Act of May 27, 2007, 80th
Leg., R.S., ch. 1219, § 8, 2007 Tex. Gen. Laws 4109, 4110 (amended 2015)
(c... More...
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Frank Antonio Simonetti v. The State of Texas

In November 2009, thirteen-year-old C.R. received a message on her Myspace page from
a modeling company called Diamond Girls. C.R.’s Myspace page included photos of her and her
family. C.R. followed the link provided to Diamond Girl’s website and she noticed that the
company had a requirement that models be fifteen years of age. She informed Diamond Girls
via email that she ... More...
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Carlos Bernard Smith v. The State of Texas

The evidence shows Smith and Joyce Kidd, who were dating, were riding together in Ms.
Kidd’s Toyota Camry. According to Smith, as they approached the crest of a bridge, Ms. Kidd,
who was driving, leaned over and was “slobbering” and drooling.” Because Ms. Kidd was unable
to control the Camry, Smith grabbed the steering wheel and steered the car off the bridge and on
to a side... More...
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On April 25, 2007, Lahoma Pierson Hall (Ms. Hall) died in the care of hospice after a seven-day stay in AHS Tulsa Regional Medical Center (Hospital). On March 20, 2009, Appellants Kenneth P. Pierson, son of Ms. Hall, and Paula L. Taylor, granddaughter of Ms. Hall, filed a petition, CJ-2009-2452 (Pierson I), against the Hospital stating claims on their own behalf. After amending the petition severa... More...   $0 (04-13-2016 - OK)


On February 2, 2014, Petitioner Theresa Maxwell suffered an injury to her knee while working for her Employer, Respondent Sprint PCS. She promptly notified her Employer and timely filed a CC-Form-3 with the Workers' Compensation Commission on March 18, 2014. The Employer admitted Petitioner's injury to her knee was compensable, and she had surgery to repair a tendon in her knee. Petitioner also re... More...   $0 (04-13-2016 - OK)

State of Nebraska v. Shannon K. Bond

On January 21, 2014, Bond was charged by information in the district court for Hall County with possession of methamphetamine. In a separate information filed in the district court for Hall County on the same date, Turner was charged with possession of methamphetamine, possession of drug paraphernalia, and possession of 1 ounce or less of marijuana. Bond’s and Turner’s offenses allegedly occurred ... More...   $0 (04-13-2016 - NE)

State of Nebraska v. Paul J. Turner

On January 21, 2014, Turner was charged by information in the district court for Hall County with possession of a
- 899 Decisions of the nebraska court of appeals 23 nebraska appellate reports STATE v. TURNER Cite as 23 Neb. App. 897 methamphetamine (count I), possession of drug paraphernalia (count II), and possession of 1 ounce or less of marijuana (count III). In a separate information fil... More...
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ASARCO v. Atlantic Richfield Compan

For over one hundred years, Asarco and its predecessors operated a lead smelting
facility in East Helena, Montana (the Site). From 1927 to 1972, Atlantic Richfield’s
predecessor operated a zinc fuming plant on land leased from Asarco at the Site.1 In
1972, Atlantic Richfield sold the zinc fuming plant and related property to Asarco.
Under the 1972 sale agreement (1972 Agree... More...
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In the Matter of the Termination of Parental Rights To HLL and KGS, Minor Children: CLB v. State of Wyoming, Department of Family Services

Mother has had six children, but currently has custody of none of them. Her first child died at fourteen months from blunt force trauma to the head. Mother was convicted of third degree felony child abuse for her role in that tragedy. Mother’s rights to her second child were either relinquished or terminated, so far as we can tell from the record. Rights to her third and fourth children were ... More...   $0 (04-13-2016 - WY)


This appeal requires us to consider the continuing vitality of the presumption of prejudice injurytamperingcasesarticulated bytheUnitedStates Supreme Court in Remmer v. United States, 347 U.S. 227, 74 S. Ct. 450, 98 L. Ed. 654 (1954) (Remmer I), which is a question that has divided state and federal courts for more than thirty years in the wake of Smith v. Phillips, 455 U.S. 209, 102 S. Ct. 940, ... More...   $0 (04-12-2016 - CT)

United States of America v. Terry Shockley

Eugene, OR - Former Eugene Property Manager Pleads Guilty to Wire Fraud

Eugene property manager, Terry Shockley, 63, pleaded guilty before U.S. District Judge Ann Aiken for engaging in a scheme to defraud clients and investors through his now-defunct property management company, TS Property Management (TSPM).

According to the plea agreement, Terry Shockley admitted to engaging in... More...
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Cecelia Tannerhill and Ronny L. Tannerhill v. Laura K. Bowles

Norman, OK - Cecelia Tannerhill and Ronny L. Tannerhill sued Laura K. Bowles on auto negligence and loss of consortium theories.

The claims made and defenses asserted by the parties to this care are not available.

... More...
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The defendant in these certified appeals, Chywon Wright, was convicted of various crimes stemming from his involvement in a sexual assault that occurred on November 1, 2008. On that date, ‘‘the victim1 accompanied Bryan Fuller, a member of a street gang, to a vacant second floor apartment at 19 Taylor Street in [the city of] Waterbury. The victim went to the apartment expecting Fuller to pay her $... More...   $0 (04-11-2016 - CT)


On November 16, 2011, at approximately 7 p.m., Sioux Falls Police
Officer Pat Mertes observed an automobile parked on Spring Avenue, between 10th
and 11th Streets, in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. The vehicle was parked under a
sign that read: “No Parking on This Side of the Street.” Fischer sat in the driver’s
seat of the vehicle, and an unidentified woman sat in the front pass... More...
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United States of America v. Dr. Muhammad Wasim Sadiq Ali

Birmingham, AL - Jasper Pain Clinic Physician Sentenced to Nearly Three Years in Prison for Illegally Dispensing Narcotics

A federal judge today sentenced a Vestavia Hills physician and owner of a Jasper neurology and pain clinic to nearly three years in prison for dispensing narcotic painkillers without a legitimate medical reason.

U.S. District Judge L. Scott Coogler sentenced ... More...
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Steven Lee Boggs a/k/a Lee Boggs v. State of Mississippi

¶1. Steven Lee Boggs appeals his conviction for one count of gratification oflust, arguing
that the trial court erred in allowing the State to present improper character evidence.
Finding no error, we affirm Boggs’s conviction.
¶2. This case arises out of Boggs’s interactions with three minor victims, K.E., S.S. and
between the summer of 20... More...
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Douglas Lee Rollins, III v. The Board of Trustees of the University of Alabama, et al.

Appellant Douglas Lee Rollins was dismissed from the University of
Alabama at Birmingham’s School of Dentistry for poor academic performance
after completing two semesters. Rollins, a white male, brought suit against the
university’s Board of Trustees alleging race and gender discrimination. He also
sought declaratory and injunctive relief against the Board of Trustees and the
... More...
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Yankee Atomic Electric Company (“Yankee Atomic”), Maine Yankee Atomic Power Company (“Maine Yankee”), and Connecticut Yankee Atomic Power Company (“Connecticut Yankee”) (collectively “plaintiffs”), filed complaints on August 16, 2013, alleging the government’s breach of its contractual obligations related to the removal of spent nuclear fuel (“SNF”) from plaintiffs’ facilities. See Case No. 1:13-... More...   $76776340 (04-11-2016 - DC)

State of Vermont v. Leo Reynolds

Defendant is charged with four felony counts of lewd and lascivious conduct with
a child and one felony count of aggravated sexual assault on a victim younger than thirteen.
Defendant was sixty-seven years old at the time of the charged conduct, and the alleged victim,
defendant’s neighbor Z.Z., was seven years old. Defendant filed a motion to suppress in October
2014, arguin... More...
   $0 (04-10-2016 - VT)

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