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In the Interest of D.T. Jr., a Child

Appellant, A.G., appeals a final decree signed November 21, 2014,
terminating her parental rights to the child who is the subject of this suit. Appellant
filed a timely notice of appeal. Appellant=s appointed counsel filed a brief in which
she concludes the appeal is wholly frivolous and without merit. The brief meets the
requirements of Anders v. California, 386 U.S. 738, 87 S.Ct.... More...
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In the Interest of T.M., a Child

A jury found that a father’s parental rights to his child should be terminated
based on one or more of the Family Code’s statutory grounds and that termination
was in the child’s best interest. In eight issues, the father contends that there was
no evidence, or alternatively, insufficient evidence to support the trial court’s
judgment on the jury’s findings. We affirm.More...
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Starr Fernette Newlun v. State of Oklahoma

¶1 Appellant Starr Fernette Newlun, was tried in a non-jury trial in the District Court of Tulsa County, Case No. CF-2013-843, and convicted of Aggravated Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol, after former conviction of a felony DUI (Count 1), in violation of 47 O.S.Supp.2012, § 11-902(D), and Failure to Yield at an Intersection (Count 2), in violation of 47 O.S.2011, § 11-403. The Honorable ... More...   $0 (04-16-2015 - OK)

Diana Gonzalez v. Jose L. Medina Jr. d/b/a JRS Coin Laundry

Appellant Diana Gonzalez appeals from a summary judgment granted in favor of appellee Jose L. Medina Jr. d/b/a JRS Coin Laundry (Medina) in a premises liability case. By one issue, Gonzalez contends that the trial court erred in granting Medina’s no-
evidence motion for summary judgment because she offered more than a scintilla of evidence of the knowledge element of her claim. We affi... More...
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Keith Russell Judd v. Karen Y. Corey-Steele

Keith Russell Judd, Appellant, filed a petition for divorce in Ector County
Court at Law No. 2 in which he claimed that he was married to Karen Y. Corey-
Steele. The trial court declared that no marriage then existed, or had ever existed,
between Appellant and Corey-Steele. The trial court denied Appellant’s requested
relief, entered a final order, and dismissed the case with pre... More...
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Noordin Bhamani and Nooruddin T. "Nick" Bhamani v. Citizens Enterprises, Inc. and Mohammad Siddique

This appeal arises out of a commercial lease dispute between Noordin
Bhamani (Bhamani) and his landlord, Citizens Enterprises, Inc. Citizens sued
Bhamani for breach of two commercial leases. The first one, signed in 2007, was
for the lease of a convenience store with an amendment for additional space: a
liquor store next to the convenience store. The second lease, signed in 2... More...
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In the Interest of K.L.P. and H.D.P., Children

Crystal P. appeals from a judgment that terminated the parent-child relationship
between her and her children, K.L.P., and H.D.P. In presenting this appeal, counsel has
filed an Anders brief in support of his motion to withdraw. See Anders v. California, 386
U.S. 738, 87 S.Ct. 1396, 18 L.Ed.2d 493 (1967). We grant counsel's motion and affirm.
The procedures set forth in Anders v. C... More...
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Insurance Company of the State of Pennsylvania v. Merle A. Hughes

Merle A. Hughes filed a claim for benefits with the Texas Worker’s
Compensation Commission, and a contested case hearing was heard before the Texas
Department of Insurance, Division of Worker’s Compensation (DWC). The DWC made
the following decision:
[Hughes] sustained an injury, in the form of an occupational disease.
Because [Hughes] did not sustain a compensable injury, ... More...
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In Re Commitment of Carl Althoff Robinson

Carl Althoff Robinson challenges his commitment as a sexually violent predator. See Tex. Health & Safety Code Ann. §§ 841.001-.151 (West 2010 & Supp. 2014) (the SVP statute). In a single issue presented for his appeal, Robinson contends the trial court abused its discretion under Rule 403 of the Texas Rules of Evidence by allowing the State to develop further testimony concerning Robinson’s se... More...   $0 (04-16-2015 - TX)

Derek Phillips v. Reserve First Partners, Ltd. d/b/a First Fidelity Reserve

Reserve First Partners, Ltd., d/b/a First Fidelity Reserve (“FFR”) sued its former employee, Derek Phillips, for violating an employment agreement. The trial court imposed a permanent injunction enforcing a covenant not to compete, awarded $6,000 in monetary sanctions for failing to appear for deposition, and awarded $37,500 as attorney’s fees with an additional award of $15,000 in the
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United States of America v. Mario Patrick Chuisano

LOS ANGELES, CA – A member of the SwaggSec hacking group was sentenced to three years in federal prison for participating in a series of computer attacks that compromised computer systems at DirecTV, Farmers Insurance and the Los Angeles Department of Public Works.

Mario Patrick Chuisano, 32, of Staten Island, New York, who used the online monikers “fame” and “infam0us,” was sen... More...
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James Day, Individually and d/b/a Garland Public Shooting Range v. Michael Domin

A jury found the negligence of appellant James Day, individually and d/b/a Garland Public Shooting Range, proximately caused injury to appellee Michael Domin and awarded damages. In two issues, Day asserts the evidence is factually insufficient to support the jury’s award of damages for future physical impairment and future medical expenses. We affirm the trial court’s judgment.
Background... More...
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United States of America v. Alejandro Morales-Flores

McALLEN, TX – Alejandro Morales-Flores, 60, a naturalized U.S. citizen residing in Houston, has entered a plea of guilty in McAllen federal court to conspiring to commit money laundering.

On Oct. 24, 2014, Morales-Flores was driving a tractor-trailer from Houston to the Rio Grande Valley. A trooper with the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) stopped him near San Manuel for a traff... More...
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United States of America v. Moshood Balogun and Ayodeji Fashola

HOUSTON, TX – Moshood Balogun and Ayodeji Fashola, both 60, were ordered to federal prison following their convictions in a mail and wire fraud conspiracy. The Nigerian immigrants each pleaded guilty in June 2014.

Today, U.S. District Judge David Hittner ordered Balogun to serve a total of 145 months in federal prison for his convictions of conspiracy to commit mail and wire fraud and ... More...
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United States of America v. Michael Wayne Cherry

Muskogee, OK - Michael Wayne Cherry, age 48, of Boynton, Oklahoma, was sentenced to 188 months imprisonment, followed by 5 years of supervised release for Felon in Possession of a Firearm, in violation of Title 18 United States Code, Section 922(g)(1).

The charge arose from an investigation by and the Muskogee County Sheriff’s Department. The defendant was indicted in December, 2013 a... More...
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United States of America v. Misty Dawn Burton

MUSKOGEE, OK – Misty Dawn Burton, age 23, of Tahlequah, Oklahoma was sentenced to 60 months imprisonment, followed by 3 years of supervised release for Possession of a Firearm in Furtherance of Drug Trafficking Offense, in violation of Title 18, United States Code, Section 924(c)(1)(A) and 2.

The charge is a result of an investigation by the Cherokee County Sheriff’s Department and Bu... More...
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United States of America v. Juan Pablo Charre

TULSA, OK — Juan Pablo Charre, 35, was sentenced by United States District Court Chief Judge Gregory K. Frizzell to serve 84 months in federal prison for possessing over 50 grams of methamphetamine with intent to distribute, announced United States Attorney Danny C. Williams Sr.

Following a traffic stop on October 18, 2014, Tulsa Police Department officers discovered approximately four... More...
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State of Oklahoma v. Henry David Laird a/k/a Hank Laid

Henry David Laird a/k/a Hank Laid

Tulsa, OK - The State of Oklahoma charged Henry David Laird a/k/a Hank Laid first-degree murder as a result of the ... More...
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N. D. v. Texas Department of Family and Protective Services

N.D. appeals the trial court’s order terminating her parental rights to her children,
L.D. and L.M.D, following a bench trial.1 N.D. challenges the factual and legal sufficiency of the
evidence to support the trial court’s findings as to the statutory predicate grounds and the children’s
best interest. Because we conclude that the evidence was legally and factually sufficient, we... More...
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Eddie Vaughn v. Gary Payne

Tulsa, OK - Eddie Vaughn sued Gary Payne on a negligence theory claiming:

1. On or around November 25, 2012, Plaintiff Eddie Vaughn (“Vaughn”) was in the parking lot of a convenience store located on North Utica in Tulsa, Tulsa County, Oklahoma, where the subject wreck occurred.
Count I: Negligence and Nelipencc Per Sc
2. Defendant Gary Payne (“Payne”) was backing up in th... More...
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Shanna Sharp v. April Collins

Tulsa, OK - Shanna Sharp sued April Collins on an auto negligence theory claiming:

On November 23, 2011, Shanna Sharp was a passenger in a vehicle being driven by Justin CaIdwell which was stopped behind other traffic on Peoria near its intersection with 53M Street in Tulsa, Oklahoma when the Defendant April Collins, negligently operated her vehicle causing it to strike the rear o... More...
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Victor Williams v. Eugene Laval Crosby

Tulsa, OK - Victor Williams sued Eugene Laval Crosby on an auto negligence theory claiming:

1. Plaintiff Victor Williams is a resident of Muskogee County, Oklahoma.
2. Defendant Eugene Laval Crosby is a resident of Tulsa County, Oklahoma.
3. The events set forth hereinafter occurred in Tulsa County, Oklahoma and venue is proper in Tulsa County, State of Oklahoma. Said court has in... More...
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Lanell Long v. Aubrey Clark Long, Jr.

Oklahoma City, OK - Lanell Long sued Aubrey Clark Long, Jr. on a tortious interference contract theory claiming:

1. Plaintiff is an individual who resides in Oklahoma County, Oklaho am.
2. Defendant is an individual who resides in Oklahoma County, Oklahoma.
3. The events giving rise to this lawsuit occurred in Oklahoma Count, Oklahoma.
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United States of America v. Gerald Bass

Defendant Gerald Bass was convicted of masterminding a
fraud conspiracy that used stolen identities and hijacked credit card accounts to purchase over
$150,000 in merchandise from Detroit-area retailers. Prior to trial, Bass moved to suppress
evidence obtained from a warrant to search his cell phone, arguing that the supporting affidavit
*This decision was originally issued as an ... More...
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Barry Hollman v. South Dakota Department of Social Services

[¶1.] The Department of Social Services (DSS) provided Medicaid benefits to Darlene Hollman while she was in a nursing home. At that time, Hollman had an interest in real estate. DSS did not record a lien on the property for the benefits it had provided until after Hollman died. Hollman’s children contested the lien’s validity. The circuit court granted summary judgment for DSS, ruling that t... More...   $0 (04-15-2015 - SD)

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