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Stuart was charged by indictment with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and
tampering with physical evidence after stabbing a man with a knife and subsequently placing the
knife beneath a storage box in the bedroom of Stuart’s apartment. At trial, the jury heard testimony
from Stuart, his wife Kelli Mantel, the victim Rick Tellez, and his fiancée Julie Cortelyou. The jury
a... More...
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In 2003, four-year old Alex and one-year old Amy2 were placed in the care
of Wendy, their mother’s aunt, and Appellant, Wendy’s husband, while Child
Protective Services (CPS) conducted an investigation of abandonment and
neglect allegations against their mother, Macy.3 Although the record is unclear, it
appears that at some point the siblings were permanently placed there, and... More...
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Bombardier Aerospace Corporation v. SPEP Aircraft Holdings, LLC, et al.

Appellees SPEP Aircraft Holdings, LLC (SPEP), PE 300 Leasing, LLC (PE 300),
Saracen Pure Energy Partners, LP (Saracen), Crane Capital Group, Inc. (Crane Capital), James
R. Crane (Crane), Floridian Golf Resort, LLC (Floridian Golf Resort), Champion Energy
Marketing LLC (Champion Energy), and Crane Worldwide Logistics, LLC (Crane Worldwide)
sued appellant Bombardier Aerospace Corpora... More...
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In August 2005, Laroy Beckford was charged with the aggravated robbery of the Commander's Inn Hotel in Leavenworth, Kansas. Shortly thereafter, a competency evaluation was ordered, Beckford was deemed incompetent to stand trial, and he was committed to Larned State Hospital. "Nine months later, the court reassessed Beckford and declared him competent to proceed. On April 24, 2007, a jury found Bec... More...   $0 (06-22-2017 - KS)

Vladek Filler v. Mary Kellett, et al. United States Court of Appeals for the First Circuit Boston, Massachusetts

This appeal arises out of the
state prosecution of Vladek Filler in 2009. He was initially
indicted on five counts of gross sexual assault and two counts of
assault of his then-wife Ligia Arguetta Filler. After two trials
-- and two appeals to the Maine Law Court -- he was convicted only
of one misdemeanor assault count, which he is still challenging.
In the wake of these e... More...
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United States of America v. Rodney Bernoid Smith

East St. Louis, IL - Houston Man Sentenced To Federal Prison For Drug Trafficking Following $1.2 Million Dollar Cash Seizure

A drug trafficker was sentenced to over 12 years in prison for conspiracy to distribute cocaine in the St. Louis metropolitan area.

Defendant Rodney Bernoid Smith, 43, of Houston, Texas, was sentenced to 147 months in prison, five years of supervised releas... More...
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Timothy Nelson Evans a/k/a Timothy N. Evans a/k/a Timothy Evans a/k/a Tim Evans v. State of Mississippi

Evidence adduced at trial revealed that in the spring of 2009, Evans moved into
Holling’s home as her tenant. The two previously had been romantically involved, but that
relationship had ceased before Evans moved in with seventy-year-old Holling. On the
morning of January 2, 2010, fifty-two-year-old Evans and his friend, Joe Thomas, were on
the way to perform a carpet-cleaning job ... More...
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Hall was convicted and sentenced to death for the 2006 murder of Anthony
Bernard Blunt. On direct appeal, this Court described the background of this case
as follows:
The evidence at trial revealed that on September 8, 2006, 22year-old Hall learned that his girlfriend, 18-year-old Angel Glenn, had been hired to dance and strip at a house party that night. Angel had been told she w... More...
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Eduardo Deltoro v. State of Indiana Indiana Court of Appeals

On the morning of August 12, 2015, Elizabeth Keenoy was taking her children
to school in Goshen. She turned onto Wilden Avenue and saw what appeared
to be an oncoming car that had lost control—swerving back and forth across all
lanes of traffic, including oncoming traffic. That car ended up crashing along
the bike path on the opposite side of the road from which it was travel... More...
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RDJRLW, Inc. v. Bobby Elbert Miller, Jr. d/b/a Miller Construction; and Guy Dankel and Janet Dankel

After homeowners Guy and Janet Dankel sued Bobby Elbert Miller, Jr.
d/b/a Miller Construction for using defective concrete in constructing a driveway
and concrete slab on their property, Miller Construction filed a third-party action
1See Tex. R. App. P. 47.4.
against the concrete manufacturer, Appellant RDJRLW, Inc. (RDJ), for statutory
indemnity under chapter 82 of the ... More...
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United States of America v. Deuvontay Shelby Charles Federal Courthouse - Minneapolis, Minnesota

Minneapolis, MN - Minneapolis Man Sentenced To 36 Years In Prison For Trafficking Three Minors And Producing Child Pornography

Deuvontay Shelby Charles, 22, to 36 years in prison for sex trafficking three minor girls and for producing and receiving child pornography of two minor girls. CHARLES was indicted on March 7, 2016, and on December 14, 2016, was convicted by a federal jury on 20 ... More...
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United States of America v. Deuvontay Shelby Charles Federal Courthouse - Minneapolis, Minnesota

Minneapolis, MN - Minneapolis Man Sentenced To 36 Years In Prison For Trafficking Three Minors And Producing Child Pornography

Deuvontay Shelby Charles, to 36 years in prison for sex trafficking three minor girls and for producing and receiving child pornography of two minor girls. CHARLES was indicted on March 7, 2016, and on December 14, 2016, was convicted by a federal jury on 20 of ... More...
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United States of America v. William James Peddicord, Jammie Lee Moore, John-Kiet Dinh Nguyen and Drew Kendall Frost J. Marvin Jones Courthouse - Amarillo

Amarillo, TX - Four Amarillo Methamphetamine Traffickers Sentenced

William James Peddicord, 31, Jammie Lee Moore, 45, John-Kiet Dinh Nguyen, 30, and Drew Kendall Frost, 38, were sentenced by U.S. District Judge Sidney A. Fitzwater for their roles in trafficking methamphetamine.

According to plea documents filed relating to Moore, on August 18, 2015, law enforcement executed a sea... More...
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UNITED STATES OF AMERICA — v. — ROSS WILLIAM ULBRICHT, a/k/a DREAD PIRATE ROBERTS, a/k/a SILK ROAD, a/k/a SEALED DEFENDANT 1, a/k/a DPR Judges Question Ross Ulbricht’s Life Sentence in Silk Road Appeal

In February 2015, a jury convicted Ross William Ulbricht on seven counts
arising from his creation and operation of Silk Road under the username Dread
Pirate Roberts (“DPR”).1 Silk Road was a massive, anonymous criminal marketplace that operated using the Tor Network, which renders Internet traffic
through the Tor browser extremely difficult to trace.2 Silk Road users principally
b... More...
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United States of America v. Montai Riley

This case calls upon us to clarify the rules by which police may seek to
find miscreants: When a fugitive subject to an arrest warrant for armed robbery hides in a motel,
may the government track his cell phone’s GPS coordinates to locate and arrest him?
Yes, the district court held—and we affirm, holding that the government’s detection of
Montai Riley’s whereabouts in this case, w... More...
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United States of America v. Yvonne Geneal Flores Nevada Federal Courthouses

Reno, NV - Sacramento Woman Sentenced For Making Counterfeit Currency

A California woman was sentenced to 15 months in prison for making counterfeit $100 bills, then spending the counterfeit money at businesses in Northern Nevada.

Yvonne Geneal Flores, 38, of Sacramento, Calif., pleaded guilty on Feb. 15, 2017, to one count of making counterfeit currency. Co-defendant Thomas Mich... More...
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In the Matter of Erika Antoinette Kennedy and Marcus Dewon Sallis

Appellant Marcus Dewon Sallis appeals a protective order issued in favor of E.A.K., his
ex-girlfriend and mother of their son. In two issues, appellant contends (1) there is factually
insufficient evidence to support a finding he was likely to commit family violence in the future
and (2) the protective order exceeds the scope of allowable statutory protections by including a
provis... More...
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United States of America v. Hector Martinez-Maldonado and Juan Bravo Fernandez Federal Courthouse - San Juan, Puerto Rico

San Juan, PR - Former Puerto Rico Senator and Businessman Found Guilty of Bribery

Former Puerto Rico Senator Hector Martinez Maldonado and Juan Bravo Fernandez, the former president of one of the largest private security companies in Puerto Rico, were convicted of bribery following a four-week trial in San Juan, Puerto Rico.

Martinez Maldonado, 48, of Carolina, Puerto Rico, and B... More...
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City of Morgan Hill v. Shannon Bushey

Appellant Morgan Hill Hotel Coalition (Coalition) appeals from the superior
court’s order granting a mandate petition brought by respondent City of Morgan Hill
(City) and removing from the June 2016 ballot Coalition’s referendum challenging City’s
ordinance changing the zoning for a parcel owned by respondent River Park Hospitality
(River Park). Although Coalition’s referendum had ... More...
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Reggie Thomas Johnson v. State of Indiana COURT OF APPEALS OF INDIANA

For two weeks prior to November 10, 2014, Justin King and Megan Stephens
rented room 135 at the Bestway Inn in Muncie and allowed Johnson to use the
room in exchange for marijuana, prescription medications, and other
contraband. King witnessed Johnson selling drugs out of room 135 several
times during the two-week period. King and Stephens also allowed an
acquaintance of... More...
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State of Minnesota vs. Carlos Maurice Harris Felon Pleads Guilty To Robbing Coffee Shop With Gun

On March 4, 2014, a police officer working with a United States Marshals task force
was looking for J.A. based on an arrest warrant. The officer began surveillance in an area
where information indicated that J.A. could be found. The officer observed J.A. get into
the passenger seat of a Cadillac car and watched the car drive away. Police later learned
that Harris was driving... More...
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On May 15, 2014, a package shipped from Mexico and destined for Waterloo arrived in this country at the FedEx hub in Memphis, Tennessee. It was addressed to Jessy Robles, 1013 Mulberry Street,
Waterloo, and contained a phone number for contact purposes with a 319 area code. United States Customs and Border Protection (CBP) officers opened and inspected the parcel on arrival in Memphis. They... More...
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California Fair Plan Association v. Garnes

In 2011, Marlene Garnes’s family home in Richmond, California was seriously
damaged by a kitchen fire. She had purchased a fire insurance policy for the property,
with a policy limit of $425,000 (the Policy), from California FAIR Plan Association
(FAIR), California’s insurer of last resort. The dispute in this case and the issue on
appeal is how much coverage Garnes is entitled to ... More...
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United States of America v. Rene Ortiz

Lubbock, TX - Defendant Sentenced to 200 Months in Federal Prison on Methamphetamine Distribution Conviction

Rene Ortiz, of Lubbock, was sentenced by Senior U.S. District Judge Sam R. Cummings to 200 months in federal prison on a methamphetamine distribution conviction.

Ortiz, 42, pleaded guilty in February 2017 to an indictment charging one count of possession with intent to dis... More...
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Santiapillai, at age 22, entered the United States in early January 2014, apparently to carry out his illegal scheme. His problems began on the morning of January 28, 2014, when Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) agent Ronald Kipp stopped at a Commerce Bank drive-through ATM so that his partner could withdraw cash for lunch. As he approached the ATM, Kipp saw Santiapillai standing in the drive-... More...   $0 (05-26-2017 - KS)

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