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Interlocutory Appeal Law
 
JEFFREY A. HILL vs. STATE OF MISSOURI Second-degree domestic assault

Movant was charged with second-degree domestic assault, armed criminal action, third
degree assault, and two counts of third-degree domestic assault. In March 2012, a jury found
Movant guilty of second-degree domestic assault, armed criminal action, and third-degree
assault. Movant was found not guilty on two counts of third-degree domestic assault.
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The evidence at tr... More...
   $0 (10-31-2017 - MO)

United States of America v. Alex Levin United States Court of Appeals For The First Circuit - Boston, Massachusetts

Central to this case is the Federal Bureau of Investigation's ("FBI" or "government") use of
software that it terms a Network Investigative Technique ("NIT").
The FBI used the NIT pursuant to a warrant it obtained from a
magistrate judge in the Eastern District of Virginia (the "NIT
warrant"). The FBI installed the NIT on Playpen, a child
pornography website it had taken... More...
   $0 (10-31-2017 - MA)

Scott Saunders v. Town of Hull United States Court of Appeals For The First Circuit - Boston, Massachusetts

This is an appeal from entry of
summary judgment in favor of the Town of Hull in a civil rights
action brought by a Hull police officer. Scott Saunders, a decadelong
veteran of the Town of Hull Police Department, was passed
over for a promotion in November 2014. He alleges that the Town
of Hull and its then Police Chief, Richard Billings, intentionally
let his application l... More...
   $0 (10-31-2017 - MA)

Technology Training Associates, Inc. v. Buccaneers Limited Partnership Middle District of Florida Federal Courthouse - Tampa, Florida

In 2013 Cin-Q Automobiles, Inc., filed a complaint on behalf of a putative class, alleging that Buccaneers Limited Partnership was responsible for unsolicited faxes that violated the Telephone Consumer Protection Act, 47 U.S.C. § 227. (See Below) The two sides litigated that case, which we will call the Cin-Q case, for three years, with Medical & Chiropractic Clinic, Inc., eventually joining as a ... More...   $0 (10-31-2017 - FL)

United States of America v. Enrique Martinez Mathews Southern District of Florida Federal Courthouse - Miami, Florida

Defendant Enrique Martinez Mathews (“Martinez”) appeals his total 60-month sentence. After careful review of the briefs and the record, and with the benefit of oral argument, we affirm the district court’s increases to Martinez’s offense level for (1) alteration and falsification of an “especially probative record” under U.S.S.G. § 2J1.2(b)(3)(B), and (2) knowing that the victim of the offense was... More...   $0 (10-31-2017 - FL)

Marla Gwen Hogue v. Jerry Dean Hogue

Plaintiff Marla Gwen Hogue sought a restraining order under the Domestic
Violence Prevention Act (Fam. Code, § 6200 et seq.) against her estranged husband,
defendant Jerry Dean Hogue, in February 2016 after moving back to California from
Georgia. In April 2016, defendant made a special appearance through counsel to move to
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quash the action for lack of personal jurisdiction.1 ... More...
   $0 (10-30-2017 - CA)

STATE OF MISSOURI v. LARRY CLAY

On the evening of March 3, 2013, Steven McGhee, Jeff Becklean, and Joel White
were at Mr. Clay’s home. Mr. Clay and Mr. White engaged in a verbal conflict that
escalated into a physical altercation. At some point, Mr. Clay stabbed Mr. McGhee twice
in the arm and Mr. White at least two times. The testimony varies as to whether
Mr. McGhee was trying to break up the fight or wa... More...
   $0 (10-30-2017 - MO)

LARON EDWARD WILLIAMS V. STATE OF ARKANSAS

Appellant Laron Williams and two accomplices, Craig Wade and James Gray, Jr.,
were charged with aggravated robbery and capital murder. Appellant was tried individually
by a Clark County jury, found guilty on both counts, and sentenced to a total term of life
imprisonment without the possibility of parole.1 For reversal, appellant contends that the
circuit court (1) erred in den... More...
   $0 (10-30-2017 - AR)

STATE OF LOUISIANA V. DESMOND C. PARKER State of Louisiana Court of Appeal, Fourth Circuit

This appeal arises from Defendant’s convictions for simple robbery,
aggravated assault, and intimidating a witness. The record reflects that defense
counsel filed a motion for post-verdict judgment of acquittal on February 3, 2017,
which the district court has yet to act upon. Therefore, this matter is hereby
remanded to the district court to rule on the pending motion. ... More...
   $0 (10-30-2017 - LA)

STATE OF LOUISIANA V. CHADWICK MCGHEE Simmesport man convicted of kidnapping

In November 2013, Defendant, Chadwick McGhee, was charged with one count of second degree kidnapping, in violation of La.R.S. 14:44.1. Defendant was found guilty of the lesser included offense of simple kidnapping, in violation of La.R.S. 14:45. The State announced its intent to file a habitual offender bill against Defendant. Defense counsel then objected to the verdict, and court was adjourned.<... More...   $0 (10-30-2017 - LA)

State of Louisiana v. Gregory Lynn Johnson

On June 27, 2013, officers with the Shreveport Police Department
(“SPD”) responded to a 911 call from a residence located at 609 Central
Street in Shreveport, Louisiana. Officers found Walter Howard (“Walter”)
just inside the front door lying in a pool of blood with an apparent gunshot
wound to the chest. Walter was transported to the hospital, where he was
pronounced de... More...
   $0 (10-30-2017 - )

State of Louisiana v. Nathaniel Allen Mingo Nathaniel Mingo found guilty of 2015 homicide

On March 14, 2015, Mingo and Collins were in Center, Texas, to
attend a wedding. However, the couple chose not to attend the wedding and
returned to Shreveport, where they went to the El Dorado Casino.
Surveillance video of the casino’s parking garage shows the couple entered
the garage in a red Ford pickup truck at approximately 11:30 p.m. The
couple then entered the c... More...
   $0 (10-30-2017 - LA)

State of Louisiana v. Randy Anderson Louisiana Second Circuit Court of Appeal

On December 2, 2012, Timothy Anderson (“Timothy”) was found
dead in his mother’s home at 3712 Dilg League, in Shreveport, Louisiana.
He had been shot seven times: once to the top of the head, four times to the
back, and twice to the abdomen. Shreveport police quickly suspected
Timothy’s brother, Randy Anderson (“Randy”), for the murder. The next
day, Randy was apprehend... More...
   $0 (10-30-2017 - LA)

State of Louisiana v. Diane Ellen Patrick Woman faces vehicular homicide charge

The record shows that on December 6, 2014, the defendant was
driving a pickup truck north on Buncombe Road in Shreveport, Louisiana,
when her vehicle left the roadway and struck Se’Destini Fields, a 23-year
old woman who was canvassing the neighborhood on foot for the
Democratic Party with her fiancé. Fields was transported to University
Health System Hospital where she ul... More...
   $0 (10-30-2017 - LA)

Braulio Alvarado-Gutierrez v. The State of Texas Texas First Court of Appeals - Houston

The complainant, J.G., testified that, on September 20, 2014, when she was
thirteen years old, appellant, who was her mother’s boyfriend, instructed her to go
into her mother’s bedroom, and he followed behind her, pushing her with his hand.
Once in the bedroom, appellant picked up J.G. and put her on the bed. Appellant
then removed her shorts and panties, got on top of her, k... More...
   $0 (10-30-2017 - TX)

Derek Dircks and Valerie Dircks v. The Traverlers Indemnity Company of America Utah Supreme Court Courthouse - Salt Lake City, Utah

¶ 1 This case is before us on a certified question from the federal
district court. We are asked to examine the terms of Utah Code section
31A-22-305.3. The question presented is whether this provision requires
that all vehicles covered under the liability provisions of an automobile
insurance policy must also be covered under the underinsured motorist
provisions of that policy... More...
   $0 (10-30-2017 - UT)

United States of America v. Curtis A. Anthony Western District of Oklahoma Federal Courthouse - Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

Oklahoma City, OK - Man Who Paid for Sex with Child Sentenced to Ten Years in Federal Prison

CURTIS A. ANTHONY, 51, of Ardmore, Oklahoma, was sentenced today to 120 months in federal prison for child sex trafficking, announced Mark A. Yancey, United States Attorney for the Western District of Oklahoma.

On June 16, 2015, a federal grand jury indicted Anthony and four other defenda... More...
   $0 (10-30-2017 - OK)

M.F. v. Pacific Pearl Hotel management, LLC


I
INTRODUCTION
In this appeal, we address whether, for purposes of overcoming the workers'
compensation exclusivity doctrine (Lab. Code, §§ 3600, subd. (a), 3602, subd. (a)), a
housekeeping employee stated claims against her hotel employer for violating provisions
in the California Fair Employment and Housing Act (FEHA; Gov. Code, § 12900 et
seq.)1 requiring the employ... More...
   $0 (10-30-2017 - CA)

OSCAR DALE WILLIS v. STATE OF OKLAHOMA

Appellant Oscar Dale Willis was tried by jury and convicted of Offering and/or Soliciting Sexual Conduct with a Minor by Use of Technology (21 O.S.2011, § 1040.13a) in the District Court of Oklahoma County, Case No. CF-2015-961. At the conclusion of trial, the jury did not recommend a prison sentence, but did recommend a four thousand dollar ($4,000.00) fine. The trial court sentenced accordingly.... More...   $0 (10-29-2017 - OK)

Johnson John v. Saint Francis Hospital, Inc., Neurological Surgery, Inc. and Douglas Koontz, M.D.

On October 30, 2012, Saint Francis Hospital, Inc., Neurological Surgery, Inc., and Douglas Koontz, M.D. (collectively Petitioners) performed decompressive laminectomies of Respondent's, Johnson John (Patient), spine at the C2-3, C3-4, C4-5, C5-6 and C6-7 regions. After the operation, Patient allegedly became partially paralyzed, suffered constant pain, was hospitalized for four months and submitte... More...   $0 (10-29-2017 - OK)

Haruna Muntari Giwa, a.k.a. Harona Montari Giwa v. State of North Dakota North Dakota Supreme Court

Giwa pleaded guilty to interference with a telephone during an emergency call, and the district court entered the criminal judgment on November 17, 2015. Giwa is not a citizen or permanent resident of the United States. Giwa was paroled into the United States in November 2014. On February 11, 2016, the Department of Homeland Security ("DHS") terminated Giwa's parole status. According to Giwa's cou... More...   $0 (10-29-2017 - ND)

STATE OF MONTANA v. KERSTYN JADE OLD BULL SUPREME COURT OF THE STATE OF MONTANA

On March 2, 2015, Old Bull and her boyfriend Clint Hogan took Hogan’s
unresponsive six-year-old daughter, K.H., to Hardin Hospital. K.H. was then transported
to Denver Children’s Hospital where she died from her injuries. When interviewed
separately, Hogan and Old Bull independently reported that K.H. was in good health
when Hogan left to go to the store, that she was unrespons... More...
   $0 (10-29-2017 - MT)

United States of America v. Dan Calvert Wallen Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals Courthouse - San Francisco, California

Dan Wallen appeals his conviction after a bench trial for
killing three grizzly bears in violation of the Endangered
Species Act. Although we reject Wallen’s argument that he
was entitled to a jury trial, we hold the magistrate judge, who
served as the trier of fact at trial, misconceived the selfdefense
element of the offense, and that error was not
harmless. We hold the “... More...
   $0 (10-29-2017 - MT)

STATE OF MONTANA v. TERRY LEE ALLISON Montana Supreme Court

¶3 A Montana Highway Patrol trooper approached a vehicle with out-of-state plates
legally parked in a remote public campground on a warm spring day. The trooper found
Terry Allison in the driver’s seat with the keys in the ignition. In response to the
trooper’s inquiries into Allison’s welfare, Allison said he was getting drunk. Based on
Allison’s response and the trooper’s ow... More...
   $0 (10-29-2017 - MT)

Maya Baxter v. Genworth North America Corporation

Plaintiff Maya Baxter sued her former employer, defendant Genworth North
America Corporation (Genworth), for wrongful termination and related causes of action
arising out of her employment. Genworth moved to compel arbitration of the dispute.
On appeal from an order denying its motion to compel arbitration, Genworth contends the
trial court erred in concluding the arbitration agree... More...
   $0 (10-29-2017 - CA)

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