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H.M. v. State of Utah

¶1 H.M. (Mother) appeals the juvenile court’s order
terminating her parental rights in D.W. We affirm.
In re D.W.
2. Termination is appropriate if any single ground is supported and
if the juvenile court also finds that termination is in the child’s best
interest. Utah Code Ann. § 78A-6-503(12) (LexisNexis). In this case,
the juvenile court found that termination was ... More...
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State of Utah v. Azlen Adieu Farquat Marchet

¶1 Azlen Adieu Farquat Marchet appeals from his conviction
of rape, a first degree felony.2 We affirm.
State v. Marchet
2. (...continued)
(Marchet I), 2009 UT App 262, 219 P.3d 75 (one count of rape); State
v. Marchet (Marchet II), 2012 UT App 197, 284 P.3d 668 (one count
of rape); State v. Marchet (Marchet III) 2012 UT App 267, 287 P.3d
490 (two counts of aggravated s... More...
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Robert M. Arata v. Shefco, Ltd.

¶1 This appeal involves a condition precedent in a real estate
purchase contract. The condition did not occur, and the buyer did
not complete the purchase. The district court ruled on summary
judgment that because the condition precedent benefitted the seller
Arata v. Shefco
20121028-CA 2 2014 UT App 148
alone, the seller alone could, and did, waive the condition,
trig... More...
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Lisa C. Anderson v. Department of Workforce Services

¶1 Petitioner Lisa C. Anderson seeks judicial review of a
decision of the Workforce Appeals Board (the Board) determining
that her appeal of the initial decision of the Department of
Workforce Services was untimely and that Anderson failed to
demonstrate good cause for the late filing. This case is before the
court on a sua sponte motion for summary disposition.
¶2 In its... More...
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Terral E. Anderson v. Janet Fautin

¶1 This boundary dispute case raises a single issue concerning the application of the doctrine of boundary by acquiescence: must the claimant show active use of the land on both sides of a disputed boundary to satisfy the occupation
1. The Honorable Russell W. Bench, Senior Judge, sat by special assignment as authorized by law. See generally Utah Code Jud. Admin. R. 11-201(6).
Anderson v.... More...
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United States of America v. Edgar Pagan

PROVIDENCE, RI – Edgar Pagan, 22, formerly of Providence, was sentenced today to 60 months in federal prison for possession of crack cocaine with the intent to distribute and being a felon in possession of a firearm. Pagan was serving a state sentence of home confinement in July 2013 on a previous conviction for drug possession when he was found to be in possession of nearly 2.5 grams of crack c... More...   $0 (06-26-2014 - RI)

Erma King v. Estate of Tracy Renee Lay

Erma King v. Estate of Tracy Renee Lay, Farmers Insurance Company, Inc., Green Country Capital Investments, LLC, Liberty Insurance Corporation, Liberty Mutual Fire Insurance Company and Liberty Mutual Insurance Company

Issue # 1.
Issue: NEGLIGENCE (GENERAL) (NEGL)
Filed by: KING, ERMA
Filed Date: 05/24/2011
Party Name: Disposition Information:

Defendant: LIBE... More...
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United States of America v. Deborah L. Wallace

KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Tammy Dickinson, United States Attorney for the Western District of Missouri, announced that the director of a shelter for victims of domestic violence in Marshall, Mo., pleaded guilty in federal court today to embezzling from the shelter and to making false statements on federal grant requests.

Deborah L. Wallace, 50, of Marshall, waived her right to a grand jury and... More...
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United States of America v. William R. Peters

PORTLAND, OR – Amanda Marshall, U. S. Attorney for the District of Oregon, today announced that William R. Peters, 63, of Glen Burnie, Maryland, a former member of the Board of Directors of National Relief Charities (NRC), has been charged with conspiring to defraud NRC of $4 million and conspiring to commit money laundering violations with the proceeds of the fraud scheme. Brian J. Brown, a fo... More...   $0 (06-26-2014 - OK)

United States of America v. Kimberly Dawn Logsdon

Oklahoma City, OK – Kimberly Dawn Logsdon, of Chickasha, Oklahoma, was sentenced today to 37 months in prison for embezzling from an Indian casino and failing to file a tax return, announced Sanford C. Coats, United States Attorney for the Western District of Oklahoma.

The Silver Buffalo Casino was an Indian gaming establishment in Anadarko, Oklahoma, operated by the Apache Tribe of Okl... More...
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United States of America v. Osama "Sam" Mustafa

ROANOKE, VA – A Tampa, Fla. man previously convicted of a scheme to profit from fraudulent United States Treasury checks was sentenced in absentia yesterday in the United States District Court for the Western District of Virginia in Roanoke.

Osama “Sam” Mustafa, 51, of Tampa, Fla., was previously convicted of one count of conspiracy to defraud the United States for the purpose of im... More...
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United States of America v. Jesus Coronado

Las Cruces, NM – Jesus Coronado, 33, of Las Cruces, N.M., was sentenced in Las Cruces federal court this afternoon to 63 months in prison for being a felon in possession of a firearm and ammunition. Coronado will be on supervised release for three years after he completes his prison sentence.

Coronado was arrested on April 26, 2013, on a criminal complaint charging him wi... More...
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United States of America v. Patrick R. Minga

Orlando, Florida – United States Attorney A. Lee Bentley, III announces that Patrick R. Minga (50, formerly of Cape Coral) pleaded guilty yesterday to attempting to induce and facilitate, for his own financial gain, the travel of an individual from Brevard County, Florida, to Quito, Ecuador, so that the individual could engage in illicit sexual conduct with minor girls. Minga faces a maximum pen... More...   $0 (06-26-2014 - FL)

United States of America v. William Paez Rubiano

Orlando, Florida – United States Attorney A. Lee Bentley, III, announces that William Paez Rubiano (40, Colombia) pleaded guilty to an Indictment charging him with importing heroin into the United States from Colombia. He also pleaded guilty to possession of heroin with intent to distribute in the United States. Paez Rubiano faces a maximum sentence of 20 years in federal prison for each count,... More...   $0 (06-26-2014 - FL)

United States of America v. Abas Issa

Jacksonville, Florida – United States Attorney A. Lee Bentley, III announces that Abass Issa (47, Flemming Island) today pleaded guilty to stealing government property described as fraudulently-obtained tax refunds. Issa faces a maximum penalty of 10 years in federal prison, as well as an obligation to pay back restitution to the United States in the amount of $1,909,403.66. A sentencing date ha... More...   $0 (06-26-2014 - FL)

United States of America v. Tony Frith

Orlando, FL – United States Attorney A. Lee Bentley, III announces that Tony Frith (35, Orlando) today pleaded guilty to access device fraud. Frith is facing up to 10 years in federal prison and a 3-year term of supervised release. The sentencing hearing has been set for September 15, 2014.

According to court documents, officers from the Orlando Police Department conducted a traffic sto... More...
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Robert H. Aland v. Matthew H. Mead, Governor of the State of Wyoming; Wyoming Game & Fish Department; and Scott Talbott, Director of the Wyoming Game & Fish Department

[¶1] Robert Aland requested documents related to the status of grizzly bears under the
Endangered Species Act from the Office of the Governor and the Wyoming Game & Fish
Department (collectively the State) pursuant to the Wyoming Public Records Act
(WPRA). The State provided some documents and denied access to others on grounds
that the documents were privileged under the delibera... More...
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Daniel Joe Hernandez v. The State of Texas

A jury found appellant Daniel Joe Hernandez guilty of murder and aggravated assault. See Tex. Penal Code §§ 19.02, 22.02. The trial court sentenced Hernandez to thirty-five years’ imprisonment for murder and fifteen years’ imprisonment for aggravated assault, with the sentences to run concurrently. On appeal, Hernandez asserts that the trial court erred in (1) dismissing a juror as disabled ... More...   $0 (06-26-2014 - TX)

Consultants in Radiology, P.A., Jason W. Skiles, D.O., David W. Simonak, D.O., and Fossil Creek Family Medical Center, P.A. v. S.K. and C.K., Individually, and on behalf of J.K., A.K., and R.K., Minor Children

This is a health care liability case. Appellees S.K. and C.K., individually and on behalf of J.K., A.K., and R.K., minor children, sued Appellants

1See Tex. R. App. P. 47.4.

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Consultants in Radiology, P.A. (Radiology), Jason W. Skiles, D.O., David W. Simonak, D.O., and Fossil Creek Family Medical Center, P.A. (Fossil Creek) for negligence related to medical services pro... More...
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In the Guardianship of Jeffrey Herron, an incapacitated person

In two issues, Appellant Amy Herron appeals the trial court’s order finding her liable for damage to Appellee Jeffrey Herron’s estate while she was serving as his guardian. We affirm.

1See Tex. R. App. P. 47.4.

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II. Factual and Procedural Background

This case arises out of an accident that left Jeffrey, Amy’s husband, incapacitated. Amy was appointed as guardian ... More...
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In the Interest of J.K.B. and J.D.B., Minor Children

Roy1 filed suit to terminate the parent-child relationship between him and J.K.B. and J.D.B., pursuant to Texas Family Code section 161.005. See TEX. FAM. CODE ANN. § 161.005 (Vernon 2014). The statute permits a man to terminate the parent-child relationship with a child if he satisfies certain statutory criteria

1 We refer to the parties involved by either first names only or initials to ... More...
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Patrick Michaelski and Lynda Michaelski v. John Wright, Peggy Wright, Grant Dietz, and Rebecca Dietz

Appellants, Patrick Michaelski and Lynda Michaelski, filed suit against appellees, John Wright, Peggy Wright, Grant Dietz, and Rebecca Dietz. The Michaelskis alleged the Wrights and Dietzes flooded their home on two occasions by impounding rain water on the Michaelskis’ property and diverting water from

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the Wrights’ property onto the Michaelski’s property. The jury found for ... More...
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Loretta Branch v. Archie Branch

Loretta Branch appeals from a trial court’s order dismissing her bill of review attacking a final divorce decree between her and Archie Branch. She

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challenges the trial court’s subject–matter jurisdiction to decide her bill of review. We conclude that the trial court lacked subject–matter jurisdiction, because Loretta’s bill of review attacked the judgment of a differ... More...
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Meera Upasani v. State Farm General Insurance Company

Meera Upasani and Mohan Upasani, policyholders of State Farm General Insurance Company and State Farm Fire and Casualty Company (collectively, State Farm), were sued for conspiring to aid a mother in abducting her son from his father. State Farm denied the Upasanis’ tender of the defense of that action because abduction claims were not covered claims under the terms of the State Farm policies. T... More...   $0 (06-26-2014 - CA)

The People v. Fernando C.

Fernando C. (appellant) was declared a ward of the juvenile court under Welfare and Institutions Code section 602 based on a finding he had fought in a public place under Penal Code section 415, subdivision (1).1 He contends the judgment must be reversed because the wardship petition did not allege a violation of section 415 and section 415 is not a lesser included offense of the crime that was al... More...   $0 (06-26-2014 - CA)

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