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JACOB L. RAGLAND vs. Honorable John J. Riley

The following are the relevant facts presented at trial as set forth in State v. Ragland, 494
S.W.3d 613, 621 (Mo. App. E.D. 2016):
1 All references to Rules are to the Missouri Supreme Court Rules (2017) unless otherwise indicated.
J.F.2 stated that Ragland sucked J.F.'s penis with his mouth, put his penis in J.F.'s mouth, a... More...
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State of Missouri v. Alok Kumar Rohra

Rohra pleaded guilty to one count of unlawful possession of a firearm, § 571.070,
one count of possession of marijuana, §195.202, and possession of drug paraphernalia,
§195.233. The state charged Rohra with unlawful possession of a firearm for knowingly
possessing a firearm after being "convicted of the felonies of possession of a controlled
substance [Ecstasy] and unlawful pos... More...
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Healea was arrested in October 2014 for allegedly backing his truck into a
restaurant’s outside wall, which resulted in four patrons sustaining injuries. He was
charged with four counts of second-degree assault and one count of leaving the scene of a
motor vehicle accident. Healea was taken to the police department, where he requested
to speak with his attorney privately. Th... More...
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At the trial, the court allowed the then eight-year-old victim to testify behind a
screen. The screen was placed in front of Bertrand and prevented the victim from being
able to see him while she testified but allowed him to see an outline of her form while
sitting in the witness chair. Bertrand argues that his Sixth Amendment right to confront
the witnesses against him was vio... More...
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On the morning of May 23, 2016, Howard County Deputy Sheriff Joey Davis stopped
Shabazz’s vehicle for speeding. Deputy Davis smelled the odor of “green” marijuana and saw
several small pieces of a green, leafy substance—possibly marijuana—on the console. Shabazz
admitted to Deputy Davis that he smoked marijuana earlier that morning and that there was
some marijuana in the car. H... More...
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This case is before us for a second time after we initially ordered rebriefing. Williams
v. State, 2017 Ark. App. 663. Jordan Williams was convicted by a jury in the Hempstead
County Circuit Court of two counts of aggravated robbery, one count of aggravated
residential burglary, one count of first-degree battery, two counts of second-degree battery,
one count of interference with... More...
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Appellant Adrian Clinkscale appeals from the Pulaski County Circuit Court’s
August 1, 2017 order and August 23, 2017 amended order, which denied his motion to
transfer to juvenile court. He argues that the circuit court’s denials of his motion to
transfer the case to juvenile court are clearly erroneous. We affirm.
On February 15, 2017, appellant was charged in the crimina... More...
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On February 13, 2015, Kiasha Clovis and Defendant’s sister, Melissa Hayes,
were involved in an altercation in an apartment that the two women shared in
Alexandria. Melissa Hayes was in the process of moving out and was being
assisted by her boyfriend, Devonte Davis, her sister, Myra Hayes, Mr. Davis’s
mother and sister, and Defendant. The Davises, along with Myra and Defendan... More...
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On February 10, 2016, Defendant and his wife, Clarissa, were engaged in a
physical altercation at their Anacoco, Louisiana, home. Defendant placed Clarissa
in a choke hold, where he held her until she passed out. Sometime between 12:00
and 12:30 a.m., Defendant went to the home of his neighbor, Mr. Justin Kay, and
asked if he could use his phone because his wife had hidden th... More...
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James Michael Miranda v. The State of Texas

The complainant, Amanda,1 lived in Galveston County with her mother, halfbrother and half-sister, and with appellant, who was her step-father. Appellant touched Amanda inappropriately, including touching her breasts and her vagina, for about a year when Amanda was thirteen years old.2 After Amanda revealed to a friend that appellant had been improperly touching her, Texas City Police began inves... More...   $0 (05-02-2018 - TX)

Allana Darlene Spencer v. The State of Texas

The jury convicted Allana Darlene Spencer of the offense of unlawful possession of a firearm. She pleaded “true” to two enhancement paragraphs for felony convictions, and the jury assessed her punishment at confinement for forty years. The trial court sentenced her accordingly. We affirm. On appeal, Appellant argues that the evidence was legally insufficient to prove beyond a reasonable doubt ... More...   $0 (05-02-2018 - TX)

Zachary Thomas Collins v. The State of Texas Zachary Thomas Collins - Registered Sex Offender

After the grand jury indicted Appellant for the offense of sexual assault of a child, and after the State and Appellant entered into a plea agreement, Appellant pleaded guilty to the offense. The trial court followed the plea agreement, deferred any adjudication of Appellant’s guilt, placed him on community supervision for a term of ten years, and fined him $2,500. Ultimately, upon the State’s “... More...   $0 (05-02-2018 - TX)

Shermon Valentine Ranson v. The State of Texas

In a single issue on appeal, Appellant argues that the evidence presented at trial is insufficient to support the verdict of the jury. Specifically, Appellant argues that the evidence is insufficient to prove that Appellant acted as a party to the murder. We review the sufficiency of the evidence under the standard of review set forth in Jackson v. Virginia, 443 U.S. 307 (1979). Brooks v. State,... More...   $0 (05-02-2018 - TX)

Andrew Rodriguez v. The State of Texas Texas Seventh District Court of Appeals

Pending before this court is the Motion to Dismiss Appeal of Appellant, Andrew
Rodriguez, in which he moves to have his notice of appeal withdrawn and this appeal
dismissed. Appellant was convicted of burglary of a building.1 The trial court assessed
punishment at sixteen months confinement in a state jail facility, a $500 fine, and $50
restitution. As required by Rule 42.2(a... More...
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Nahun Enrique Gutierrez v. The State of Texas

In 2015, when L.R. was eight years of age and in the second grade, she lived with her
mother, stepfather, older brother, younger half-sister, and Gutierrez, who was her maternal uncle.
During that time, L.R.’s mother, stepfather, and half-sister slept in her parents’ bedroom, her older
brother and Gutierrez shared a bedroom, and L.R. slept on a couch in the living room. In the More...
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UNG T. LE V. THE STATE OF TEXAS Court of Appeals Fifth District of Texas at Dallas

On March 1, 2013, T.L., who was thirteen years old, approached Rebecca Brown, a
counselor at T.L.’s high school. Initially, T.L. complained that her grandfather was mean and
would hit her on the back with a back scratcher. Then, T.L. stated that Le, her father, was also
mean to her, would come home drunk in the early morning hours, and would yell at her. However,
when T.L. s... More...
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Robert Thomas Zukevich v. The State of Texas

Zukevich was charged with the second-degree felony offense of arson by starting a fire
with the intent to damage or destroy a building. At trial, the jury heard testimony from Deputy
Alex Monroe of the Kerr County Sheriff’s Office. Deputy Monroe testified he was dispatched one
evening to respond to an arson in progress. According to the dispatch, a local R.V. repair shop,
ow... More...
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Joseph Richlen v. The State of Texas

The jury heard evidence that on December 28, 2013, Randy Mainord, the complainant
in the case, was inside his home watching television when he heard the “screeching noise” of a
vehicle pull up to his house and a man yell out, “Get your ass out here, you fucking pussy. I got
some buckshot for your ass.” Mainord testified that he got up from his chair, yelled at the person
See Te... More...
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In 1978, Youpee was convicted of murder in federal court and sentenced to life in
federal prison. In 2009, while on federal parole, Youpee committed the offense of
Robbery, a felony, in violation of § 45-5-401, MCA. In 2010, the District Courtsentenced
him toa fifteen-yearcommitment to theMontanaDepartment of Corrections with tenyears
suspended and 163 days of credit for time ... More...
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The People of the State of Colorado v. David Delbert Rediger Supreme Court of the State of Colorado

David Rediger drove to the Rocky Mountain Youth Academy (the “Academy”)—
a nonprofit day treatment school that serves students who are not succeeding in public
school—to speak with Stacey Holland, the Academy’s owner and director. Holland and
her husband had accused Rediger of stealing hay from their property, and Rediger
intended to speak with Holland about the theft charges a... More...
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United States of America v. Daniel E. Saad District of Rhode Island Federal Courthouse - Providence, Rhode Island

Following a fourteen-day jury
trial, Daniel E. Saad was convicted of arson, wire fraud, and the
use of fire in furtherance of a federal felony. Saad, who
testified, appeals from these convictions, which stem from a
November 30, 2014 fire that gutted Snow's Clam Box, a restaurant
he owned in Glocester, Rhode Island. He was sentenced to fifteen
years in prison.
Saad's pri... More...
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United States of America v. Robert Daoust District of Maine Federal Courthouse - Portland, Maine

Defendant-appellant Robert Daoust
mounts a multi-pronged challenge to the sentence imposed following
the revocation of his supervised release term. Concluding, as we
do, that his claims of sentencing error are futile, we affirm the
We briefly rehearse the facts and travel of the case.
In 2010, the appellant pleaded guilty to possession of heroin ... More...
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Erik J. Hansen v. Sandridge Partners, L.P.

Respondent and cross-appellant Erik Hansen and several relatives (the “Hansens”)
own about 382 acres of farmland in Tulare County (APN 291-010-009; the “09 parcel”).
Appellant and cross-respondent Sandridge Partners, L.P., (Sandridge) owns an adjacent
parcel of about 250 acres (APN 291-010-005; the “05 parcel”).1
This case centers around
approximately 10 acres on the southwest... More...
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In October of 2015, a grand jury returned a three-count indictment charging former Virgin Islands Senator Wayne James with two counts of wire fraud under 18 U.S.C. § 1343,1 and one count of federal programs embezzlement under 18 U.S.C. § 666(a)(1)(A).2 These charges stemmed from

1 18 U.S.C. § 1343 provides in part:

“Whoever, hav... More...
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UNITED STATES OF AMERICA v. ROBERT ALEXANDER United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit

The following facts, which are drawn from the record of the suppression
hearing, are largely undisputed.
Alexander lived in a narrow house on Staten Island. The front of the house
faced the street, and a short set of stairs led directly from the sidewalk to the
front door. The property also included an 84-foot-long driveway that ran
perpendicular to the street and alongside the... More...
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