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United States of America v. Cory Dale McGuillan

Wichita, KS - Salina Man Sentenced to 10 Years For Possessing Child Pornography

A Salina man was sentenced to 10 years in federal prison for possessing child pornography.

Cory Dale McQuillan, 37, Salina, pleaded guilty to one count of possession of child pornography. He had a prior conviction for aggravated indecent liberties with a child in a 1999 case in Dickinson County, Kan.<... More...
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United States of America v. Kenton Lloyd Flook

Boise, ID - Boise Man Pleads Guilty to Transfer of Obscene Material to a Minor

Kenton Lloyd Flook, 45, of Boise pleaded guilty in United States District Court to two counts of transfer of obscene material to a minor, U.S. Attorney Wendy J. Olson announced.

According to the plea agreement, Flook admitted that he communicated with a 14 year old minor from Erie, Pennsylvania, usin... More...
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United States of America v. Capital Sweepstakes Systems Inc., a corporation headquartered in Loomis, and Kevin Freels

Sacramento, CA - Loomis Man and Corporation Plead Guilty to Conducting an Illegal Gambling Business

Will Forfeit over $1.5 Million in Profits

Capital Sweepstakes Systems Inc., a corporation headquartered in Loomis, and Kevin Freels, 41, of Loomis, pleaded guilty today to conducting an illegal gambling business related to Internet sweepstakes cafés, United States Attorney Benjamin... More...
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United States of America v. Jammie Martin, Vanessa Phillips, Zaunmine “Orlando” Duncan, Annika Chambers and Christopher Renfro

Houston, TX - Thirteen U.S. Soldiers Sentenced for Roles in Fraudulent Military Recruiting Bonus Scheme

Thirteen members of the U.S. National Guard Bureau have received their sentences for their roles in wide-ranging bribery and fraud schemes that caused more than $170,000 in losses to the United States. Seven of those members were sentenced this past week in Houston.

U.S. Attorn... More...
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Cain v. Jacox

Danitra Cain appeals from the denial of her motion to recover postjudgment interest on unpaid child support judgments. The district court denied the motion holding that the doctrine of res judicata barred Cain's claim. The Court of Appeals affirmed. But we hold that because Cain was neither a party in a prior proceeding nor in privity with a party in a prior proceeding, the doctrine of res judica... More...   $0 (07-30-2015 - KS)

Jones v. Mackey Price Thompson

Mr. Lundgren had been practicing law for twenty years when Ms. Best hired him to pursue a workers’ compensation claim. In February 2009, Ms. Best settled her claim for $24,906. Per her instructions, Mr. Lundgren retained $2,500 of Ms. Best’s share of the settlement proceeds in his client trust account in order to pay her outstanding medical bills. However, in July of 2010, Ms. Best’s doctor, Carl ... More...   $0 (07-30-2015 - UT)


This case arises from the Crow Compact, an agreement among the United States,
the Crow Tribe, and the State of Montana. The Compact recognizes and specifies a
Tribal Water Right of the Crow Tribe and its members in a number of sources of water
that abut or cross the Crow Indian Reservation in Montana. The Compact also provides
for cash payments to the Tribe, allocates coal tax... More...
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In November 2010, Mr. Fugle was a student at Big Piney High School in Big Piney, Wyoming. As part of a science class, his teacher, Stephen Nelson, conducted a demonstration of centripetal force in the high school gymnasium using a wheeled cart and a 20-foot rope. In the demonstration, Mr. Nelson stood in the center of the gym and heldon to one end of the rope while a student, sitting in the cart... More...   $0 (07-30-2015 - )

State of Florida v. Byron Burch

Brooksville, FL - The State of Florida charged Byron Burch, age 44, with first-degree murder and burglary in conjunction with the brutal killing of Sara Davis, age 80 in her home in May of 2010. Davis had hired Burch to do some handy work about her house.... More...   $0 (07-30-2015 - FL)

Commonwealth of Pennsylvania v. Gerold Gibson

Philadelphia, PA - The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania charged for Philadelphia police officer Gerold Gibson with theft by deception for stealing $140 for a purported drug dealer's Lexus. The car and the money were both tests of the integrity of the office and his actions were video taped and shown to the jury.... More...   $0 (07-30-2015 - PA)

Landmark American Insurance Company v. VO Remarketing Corp.

Denver, CO - Tenth Circuit holds that insurance company had no duty to defend of indemnify its insured

Plaintiff-Appellee Landmark American Insurance Company brought this
declaratory judgment action seeking a determination that it had no duty to defend
or indemnify its insured, Defendant-Appellant VO Remarketing Corp (VO), in a
lawsuit brought in Colorado state court. The dist... More...
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Paul Janczak v. Tulsa Winch, Inc.

Tulsa, OK - The Tenth Circuit reverses summary judgment for defendant on Family Medical Leave Act claim

After suffering an injury, Paul Janczak took leave under the Family and Medical
Leave Act (“FMLA”). Immediately upon his return from FMLA leave, his employer,
Tulsa Winch, Inc. (“TWI”), terminated his employment. TWI claimed that it had decided
to terminate Janczak’s positio... More...
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United States of America v. Tracey Richard Moore

Oklahoma City, OK - Tenth Circuit affirms denial of defendant's motion to suppress

Defendant Tracey Richard Moore appeals the district court’s denial of his motion
to suppress evidence obtained during a search of his vehicle following a traffic stop.
After Moore was pulled over for speeding and issued a warning, an Oklahoma Highway
Patrol trooper continued to detain Moore in o... More...
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United States of America v. Paula Kluding

Oklahoma City, OK - Hospice Company Owner Sentenced to Serve Three Years in Prison and Pay Over $2.5 Million in Restitution for Medicare Fraud

Paula Kluding, 39, from Chandler, Oklahoma, the owner of Prairie View Hospice, Inc., an Oklahoma corporation located in Chandler, was sentenced by United States District Judge Robin Cauthron to serve three years in prison for committing Medicare fr... More...
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In March 2007, Hem brought suit in a Texas federal court after he was
9 seriously injured in an accident. Hem was traveling through northern New Mexico
10 when his Toyota truck separated from the U-Haul trailer it was towing, causing the
11 truck to roll over several times. After treating Hem for his injuries, UNMH recorded
12 a hospital lien for Hem’s outstanding medical bills. T... More...
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Regional School Unit No. 5 v. The Coastal Education Association

The essential facts are not in dispute. In 2009, three Maine school
districts—Freeport, Pownal, and Durham—merged to form RSU No. 5. In
May 2012, the Association and the Board of Directors of RSU No. 5 (the Board)
executed a collective bargaining agreement that would take effect for the
2012-2013 academic year. Before the agreement was negotiated, Freeport
teachers, unl... More...
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The main dispute between the parties is the narrow, but previously unanswered
legal question of whether, in the context of a receivership estate under Delaware law,
advancement claims are administrative expenses or unsecured creditor claims. If
Plaintiffs’ claims are entitled to some sort of priority, there is an even narrower sub-issue
of whether the Receiver’s salary and exp... More...
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Western Heritage Insurance Co. v. Fun Services of Kansas City

Kansas City, MO - Eight Circuit affirms summary judgment against insured on claim for indemnity for sending junk faxes

This is a declaratory judgment action brought by an insurer concerning its duties with respect to a “junk fax” lawsuit brought against its insured. The district court2 dismissed counterclaims brought against the insurer and found that it had no duty to indemnify. We affirm.... More...
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Miroslaw Gortat v. Capala Brothers, Inc.

Brooklyn, NY - Second Circuit holds that expert witness fees may not be awarded in FSLA cases

23 After nearly seven years of litigation between Miroslaw Gortat, Henryk
24 Bienkowski, Miroslaw Filipkowski, Artur Lapinski, and Jan Swaltek, acting on
25 behalf of themselves and others similarly situated (collectively, “Plaintiffs”), and
26 Capala Brothers, Inc., Pawel Capala, and... More...
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Tamika Ataddlety v. Spaghetti Warehouse Restaurants and Frandeli Group, Inc.

Tulsa, OK - Tamika Ataddlety sued Spaghetti Warehouse Restaurants and Frandeli Group, Inc. on a negligence theory claiming:

1. Ataddlety is, and was at all relevant times, a resident of Tulsa County, State of Oklahoma. The facts giving rise to this cause of action occurred within the confines of Tulsa County, State of Oklahoma. At the time of this incident, Defendant Spaghetti Warehoi ope... More...
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Traynesha Graham v. Jace Adam Toca

Tulsa, OK - Traynesha Graham sued Jace Adam Toca on a negligence theory claiming:

That Plaintiff, TRAYNESHA GRAHAM, is a citizen and resident of Tulsa County, State of Oklahoma. That Defendant, JACE ADAM TOCA, is a citizen of East Baton Rouge Parish, State of Louisiana. That the transaction complained of herein occurred in Tulsa County, State of Oklahoma. Thus, this Court has jurisd... More...
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State of Oklahoma ex rel. Oklahoma Bar Association v. Robert John Nichols

¶1 On June 16, 2015, the complainant, Oklahoma Bar Association (OBA), filed a verified complaint against the respondent, Robert John Nichols, pursuant to Rule 6 of the Rules Governing Disciplinary Proceedings (RGDP), 5 O.S.2011, ch. 1, app. 1-A, and an application for emergency immediate interim suspension pursuant to Rule 6.2A of the RGDP. The OBA alleged instances of Respondent settling matters ... More...   $0 (07-29-2015 - OK)

Aimee Vanessa Smedley v. Brian Boulter

Tulsa, OK - Aimee Vanessa Smedley sued Brian Boulter on an auto negligence theory claiming:

1. This is an action for damages to Aimee Vanessa Smedley, age 37, pursuant tQ Oklahoma law as a result of negligence.
2. The Plaintiff, Aimee Vanessa Smedley, individual, was at the time of the incident which is the subject of this lawsuit, a resident of Tulsa, Oklahoma.
3. The Defendant, ... More...
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Sharon Elaine Griffith and Gerald D. Rackley v. Jone Allen Morse

Tulsa, OK - Sharon Elaine Griffith and Gerald D. Rackley v. Jone Allen Morse

That the facts which give rise to this cause of action occurred in Tulsa County, State of Oklahoma.
That this Court has jurisdiction of the parties and the subject matter of this action.
That on or about the 4th day of January, 2013, the Plaintiff Sharon Elaine Griffith was operating her vehic... More...
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Kelly Bell v. Robert Massey

Tulsa, OK - Kelly Bell sued Robert Massey on an auto negligence theory claiming:

1. This case arises out of an incident that occurred on or about October 7,
2011 in the County of Tulsa and State of Oklahoma.
2. On or about said date, Plaintiff was driving southbound on Highway 75 and stopped at the intersection of Highway 75 and Highway 117 when the Defendant collided into the rea... More...
   $1 (07-29-2015 - OK)

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