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Invasion of Privacy Law
Joe Lewis v. The State of Texas

Joe Lewis appeals his possession with intent to deliver cocaine in an amount of four
grams or more but less than 200 grams in cause number 05-14-01606-CR, possession with intent
to deliver methamphetamine in an amount of more than one gram but less than four grams in
cause number 05-14-01607-CR, and possession of marijuana in an amount of five pounds or less
but more than four ... More...
   $0 (06-26-2016 - TX)


In the early morning hours of Labor Day, September 1, 2014, Officer Brian Cuppy was on patrol in downtown Des Moines when he saw a truck eastbound on Court Avenue stop for a red light in the middle of the intersection with Water Street with its “back tires . . . more than five feet past the cross walk.” Officer Cuppy followed the truck, activated his police cruiser’s flashing lights, and initiate... More...   $0 (06-25-2016 - IA)


In this case, we consider whether a search of a high school student’s football equipment bag by a school official violated the constitutional limitations on searches and seizures under the Fourth Amendment of the United States Constitution and article I, section 8 of the Iowa Constitution. The district court found that the school official had reasonable grounds to search the bag. The court of ap... More...   $0 (06-25-2016 - IA)


The defendant, Rory Dimes (“Dimes” or “the defendant”), was charged on
19 November 2012 by bill of information with one count of a felon in possession
of a firearm, one count of possession with intent to distribute heroin, and one count
of possession of oxycodone, to which he entered pleas of not guilty at his
arraignment. On 29 November 2012, he filed a motion to suppress evid... More...
   $0 (06-25-2016 - LA)

State of Louisiana v. Dalduran J. Brandon

In the early morning hours of February 18, 2014, Defendant, Martavia
King and Malcolm Hall broke into the residence of 79-year-old Nathaniel
Cash in Gloster, Louisiana. A struggle ensued and Defendant held
Mr. Cash in a chokehold while Hall wrestled a gun from him and tied his
hands behind his back. During the struggle, Mr. Cash’s spine was fractured.
The men ransacked the h... More...
   $0 (06-25-2016 - LA)

Travis Marcellaus Edwards v. The State of Texas

A jury found appellant, Travis Marcellaus Edwards, guilty of the offenses of
aggravated assault of a security officer,1 aggravated robbery,2 and unlawful
possession of a firearm by a felon.3 After finding true the allegation in an
enhancement paragraph in each indictment that appellant had been previously
convicted of a felony offense, the trial court assessed his punishment a... More...
   $0 (06-23-2016 - TX)


On June 3, 2010, Guadalupe Ashford’s body was found partially hidden behind
16 a trash can at the edge of a small parking lot. Drag marks and blood spatter indicated
17 that Ashford had initially been assaulted in the lot and then dragged a short distance
18 to its edge where her body was found. The drag marks were contained within the span
19 of one parking space and extended less... More...
   $0 (06-22-2016 - NM)

State of Florida vs Stacey Renee McRae

The parties do not dispute the court’s factual findings leading to McRae’s
arrest for armed robbery. On December 30, 2013, a convenience store was robbed
in Vernon. A surveillance camera captured an image of two women. One woman’s
face was uncovered as she pointed a firearm at the clerk. A surveillance video also
captured images of a vehicle arriving and leaving, indicating the... More...
   $0 (06-21-2016 - FL)

Alden Stephenson vs. The State of Florida

When Stephenson was fourteen years old, he was charged with armed
robbery, aggravated battery, and burglary with a battery (lower court case number
F00-28640B). When Stephenson was fifteen, he accepted a global plea offer to
resolve these charges, as well as seven other pending burglary cases. Per
Stephenson’s plea deal, he was placed on fifteen years of adult probation.
Wh... More...
   $0 (06-21-2016 - FL)


On August 27, 2014, a neighbor spotted William Faith on the side of the
road, bound by extension cords, yelling for help. Earlier in the day, a woman
approached Faith's house claiming she was there to deliver a letter from his
paramour. Under these false pretenses, she and the two men who
accompanied her gained entry to Faith's home. One of the men concealed his
identity w... More...
   $0 (06-20-2016 - KY)


Patrick White appeals his conviction for operating while intoxicated (OWI),
claiming the district court erred in denying his motion to suppress evidence
obtained by law enforcement. We affirm.
In the late evening hours of October 7, 2013, Jack Swails called 911 and
reported that another motorist, Patrick White, had backed into his vehicle while
they were stopped at a re... More...
   $0 (06-19-2016 - IA)


In July 2002, as a result of a home invasion, Majors was charged with
eleven counts: two counts of attempted murder, one count of first-degree
burglary while in possession of a firearm, three counts of assault while
participating in first-degree burglary while in possession of a firearm in a
weapons-free zone, three counts of going armed with intent, and two counts of
crim... More...
   $0 (06-18-2016 - IA)

Juan Mendoza v. The State of Texas

In March 2014, the complainant, Elsa1, made an outcry of sexual abuse. At the time of the outcry, Elsa was sixteen. She disclosed that she had been sexually abused by appellant, her mother’s former boyfriend, when she was ten or eleven years old. Subsequently, appellant was charged with continuous sexual abuse of a child.
The indictment in this case alleged that the period of abuse occurred b... More...
   $0 (06-18-2016 - TX)

United States Telecom Assoc. v. FCC

For the third time in seven years, we confront an effort by the Federal Communications Commission to compel internet openness— commonly known as net neutrality—the principle that broadband providers must treat all internet traffic the same
8 regardless of source. In our first decision, Comcast Corp. v. FCC, 600 F.3d 642 (D.C. Cir. 2010), we held that the Commission had failed to cite any s... More...
   $0 (06-14-2016 - DC)

Commonwealth v. Broom

Eldrick Broom, the defendant, stands
convicted of the murder in the first degree of Rosanna Camilo
DeNunez, on the theories of extreme atrocity or cruelty and
felony-murder with aggravated rape as the predicate felony.1 We
consider here the defendant's appeal from his convictions, and
Background. We summarize the facts that the jury could
have found. ... More...
   $0 (06-13-2016 - MA)

State of Tennessee v. Robert Merle Coblentz

Defendant, Robert Merle Coblentz, was charged with one count of sexual exploitation of a minor. This is an interlocutory appeal filed by the State from the trial court‟s order granting Defendant‟s motion to suppress evidence obtained from his computer pursuant to a search warrant. Upon our review of the record and relevant caselaw, we hold that the search warrant authorized the search ... More...   $0 (06-12-2016 - TN)

Edward Peruta, et al. v. County of San Diego and William D. Gore

Under California law, a member of the general public may not carry a concealed weapon in public unless he or she has been issued a license. An applicant for a license must satisfy a number of conditions. Among other things, the applicant must show “good cause” to carry a concealed firearm. California law authorizes county sheriffs to establish and publish policies defining good cause. The sher... More...   $0 (06-11-2016 - CA)

State of Vermont v. Jason L. Gagne

This appeal stems from a road rage incident in St. Albans in
which defendant Jason Gagne chased a couple across town, eventually pulling up next to their
truck and pointing a rifle at them. Before trial, defendant moved to suppress the results of his
alcohol breath test on the ground that he was not able to meaningfully communicate with his
lawyer before submitting to the te... More...
   $0 (06-10-2016 - VT)

Jay Richard Curtis v. State of Florida*

After trial by jury, Curtis was convicted of burglary with assault or battery while armed with a firearm and wearing a mask, aggravated battery with a deadly weapon or causing bodily harm while wearing a mask, and robbery with a firearm while wearing a mask. He was sentenced to life in prison on the burglary charge and thirty years in prison on the other two charges. All of the sentences were im... More...   $0 (06-09-2016 - FL)

State of Tennessee v. June Anne Wascher

On October 19, 2010, Officer Brad Lowe of the Pigeon Forge Police Department was alerted by his dispatcher to “be on the lookout” (BOLO) for an “impaired driver” in a black Chevrolet truck, bearing license plate number 014XXD and traveling from Gatlinburg towards Pigeon Forge. Minutes later, Officer Lowe identified a truck matching that description in a gas station parking lot. Officer Lowe pul... More...   $0 (06-09-2016 - TN)


On April 11, 2015, Officer Brandon Brotnov was on patrol in Cut Bank, Montana.
At 12:54 a.m., the police department dispatch received a call from an unknown officer to
run a license plate check on Brunette’s vehicle, which was parked on Central Avenue.
Officer Robert Snyder also was on patrol that night and told Officer Brotnov about
Brunette’s vehicle.
¶4 Sometime l... More...
   $0 (06-07-2016 - MT)

State of Vermont v. Amy Koenig

On January 22, 2014 at about 6:30 p.m., the Vermont State Police received a tip
from an identified caller about the erratic operation of a motor vehicle in the Town of Bethel.
The caller provided the vehicle’s license plate number, which the State Police used to identify
the registered owner and her address. The arresting trooper parked on South Main Street in front
of the li... More...
   $0 (06-07-2016 - vT)

Marvin Hester v. State of Indiana

On September 19, 2014, Hester was convicted after a bench trial of pointing a
firearm,1 a Class D felony, at his mother, Deborah Hester. Hester failed to
appear for his original October 7, 2014, sentencing date. However, after a
warrant was issued for his arrest, he appeared for his re-scheduled January 5,
2015 sentencing date. At that time he received a three-year sentence,... More...
   $0 (06-06-2016 - IN)

Jaime Arturo Sanchez v. The State of Texas

On the morning of June 22, 2011, the Harris County Sheriff’s Office received a report of a suspicious, large, wooden crate at Land Air Express, a freight forwarding company. Officers John O’Brien, Jonathon Sandel, and Patrick McIntyre, members of the sheriff’s DEA Task Force, were assigned to investigate the package. Officers O’Brien and McIntyre testified at the hearing on appellant’s motion to s... More...   $0 (06-05-2016 - )

Patrick Nicholas Taylor v. The State of Texas

After receiving a tip from an informant2 that Taylor was selling
methamphetamine in a trailer park located near a prison, two deputies, both
employed by the Polk County Sheriff’s Office, went to the park where the RV in
which Taylor was living was parked. During the suppression hearing, one of the
deputies testified that when he approached Taylor’s RV, he noticed there were two... More...
   $0 (06-04-2016 - TX)

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