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Reginald Blackburn v. State of Indiana

During the relevant period, Blackburn and C.W. were in a romantic relationship and lived together in Mishawaka. On April 29, 2017, C.W.’s sister called the Mishawaka Police Department to request a welfare check on C.W. Officer Andrew Silveus was the first officer at the scene, and he observed Blackburn and C.W. arguing. Officer Glenn Roach arrived at the scene. He spoke with C.W. in the c... More...   $0 (08-04-2018 - IN)

Jeffrey Fairbanks v. State of Indiana

Yolanda Rivera and Fairbanks were the parents of Janna, who was born in February 2015. Yolanda, Fairbanks, Janna, and Yolanda’s two other daughters—thirteen-year-old A.G. and eleven-year-old E.M.—lived at Maison Gardens, an apartment complex at 42nd Street and Post Road in Indianapolis. In May 2015, they moved to a nearby house on Candy Apple Boulevard. Yolanda, Fairbanks, and Janna slept... More...   $0 (08-04-2018 - IN)

State of Iowa v. Desmond D. Reeves

Brian Filloon lived in a nine by seven foot attachment to a trailer home in
Maquoketa. Filloon’s “self-adopted” family—Billy and Stacy Schick and their son,
Dylan Schick—lived in the trailer. Filloon’s room had a door to the outside and an
opening into the trailer. Filloon owned a television and X-Box gaming system, and
few other material possessions. He had two BB guns und... More...
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State of Iowa v. Darrell Lee McBride

In November 2016, McBride was charged by trial information with two
counts of sexual abuse in the third degree. In count I, it was alleged that on or
about September 5, 2016, McBride performed a sex act on J.W., who was then
thirteen years old. In count II, it was alleged that on or about June 1, 2015, McBride
performed a sex act on J.W., who was then twelve years old. McBri... More...
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MICHAEL KELLY vs. STATE OF IOWA

In 2005, Kelly was charged with sexual abuse in the third degree. At the
jury trial in his opening statement, Kelly’s trial counsel set forth the defense’s trial
strategy, stating: “We’re not saying there wasn’t sex. We’re not here today to deny
that [Kelly] had sex with [N.B.]. The question is whether it was consensual sex . .
. .” N.B. testified that she was incapable of ... More...
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United States of America v. Dr. Dwight L. Bailey Western District of Virginia Federal Courthouse - Abington, Virginia

Abington, VA - Lebanon Doctor Convicted of Federal Drug Distribution Charges Following Two Week Jury Trial

Dr. Dwight L. Baily Found Guilty of 63 Charges Including Drug Conspiracy

A medical doctor who operated two rural healthcare practices in Lebanon, Virginia was convicted on August 1, 2018 of federal drug and healthcare fraud charges.

Following more than two weeks o... More...
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United States of America Liu Xuejun and Sun Yu Federal Courthouse Eastern District of Arkansas - Little Rock, Arkansas

Little Rock, AR - Chinese Nationals Charged with Conspiracy to Steal Rice Technology

Two rice researchers from China have been charged in a conspiracy to steal rice production technology in an alleged attempt to bring this proprietary science back to China.

A federal grand jury returned an indictment against Liu and Sun on Friday for their involvement in the theft of rice seeds ... More...
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Dylan Andrew Quick v. The State of Texas

Appellant was a student at Lone Star College. On the date of the offenses, appellant’s mother dropped him off at the campus before his scheduled class. Appellant brought with him an Exacto knife1 and other sharp implements. Instead of attending his scheduled class, appellant walked around campus. According to appellant’s counsel, appellant walked to try to quell his compulsive thoughts about h... More...   $0 (08-03-2018 - TX)

Steven Scott Apilado v. The State of Texas

On the evening of November 28, 2015, Appellant’s 79-year old father, Vincent Apilado
was shot in his home and died from a gunshot wound to the head. On the evening of Victor’s
death, his wife, Elsa, was watching television in her bedroom while Victor and Appellant watched
television in the living room. After Vincent decided to go to sleep, Appellant informed his
mother, and s... More...
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United States ex rel. Karin Berntsen v. Prime Healthcare Services, Inc., et al. Central District of California Federal Courthouse - Los Angeles, California Morelaw Internet Marketing National Find A Lawyer Directory 888-354-4529

Los Angeles, CA - Prime Healthcare Services and CEO to Pay $65 Million to Settle False Claims Act Allegations

Prime Healthcare Services, Inc., Prime Healthcare Foundation, Inc., and Prime Healthcare Management, Inc. (collectively Prime), and Prime’s Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Dr. Prem Reddy, have agreed to pay the United States $65 million to settle allegations that 14 Prime hos... More...
   $65000000 (08-03-2018 - CA)

Steven Lenard Hames v. The State of Texas MORELAW Legal Services Marketing Your Source For Marketing Your Firm Nationwide . Completely Free Marketing If It Does Not Work.

Officers Colton Ables, Eric Zimmerman and Daniel Higginson responded to an assault in
progress call at a hotel in Mesquite. The officers were a given a description of the suspect and the
suspect’s vehicle. Ables and Zimmerman were riding together; Higginson was in a separate
vehicle. When Ables pulled into the parking lot of the hotel, he saw a vehicle matching the
descripti... More...
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Bryant Lawrence Faulkenberry v. The State of Texas MoreLaw Suites - Legal Suites and Virtual Offices - Downtown Tulsa-- Best Places In Downtown Tulsa To Practice Law

In November 2015, police officers with the Killeen Police Department were
dispatched to an apartment complex concerning a disturbance or fight. The responding officers were
dressed in their uniforms, and one of the officers was Kellye McDermott. After the officers arrived,
a group of people disbursed, but appellant, who was a soldier in the military, remained. Based on
their obs... More...
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Carlos Whitcomb v. The State of Texas

Appellant was employed as a respiratory therapist until he lost his job because he
tested positive for marijuana. After he lost his job, he moved in with his parents: his mother,
Phyllis Payne, and his stepfather, Kenneth Payne. Two years later, appellant had not regained
employment and was still living with his parents. Then, on the morning of May 24, 2013, at
approximately 11... More...
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Joel Doe, et al. v. Boyertown Area School District, et al. Eastern District of Pennsylvania Federal Courthouse - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

This appeal requires us to decide whether the District Court correctly refused to enjoin the defendant School District from allowing transgender students to use bathrooms and locker rooms that are consistent with the students’ gender identities as opposed to the sex they were determined to have at birth. The plaintiffs—a group of high school students who identify as being the same sex they were de... More...   $0 (08-02-2018 - PA)

Guadalupe Aluiso v. The State of Texas

Aluiso’s daughter, pseudonymously referred to as Ann, testified. She said
her parents separated when she was seven years old. After that, she would move
frequently between the homes of her mother, father, grandmother, and other
relatives. When she was with her father, she and her brother would take turns
sleeping in the bed with him and on a small mattress on the floor. When sh... More...
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Paul T. Zurita v. The State of Texas

Josie was born in 1997, three years after her parents, Lilly and Ron, were
married.2 Zurita is Ron’s brother and Josie’s uncle.
When Josie started public school, she was diagnosed with mild intellectual
disability and ADHD. She was placed in special education classes through age 13.
After that, she was homeschooled.
Josie was 18 years old at time of trial. She does ... More...
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Jennifer H Zarnfaller v. The State of Texas MoreLaw Receptionist Services Never Miss Another Call With MoreLaw's Receptionists Answering Your Calls

Veronica Parga-Lopez, formerly the assistant property manager and a tenant
at the Wimbledon Apartments in Spring, Texas (the “apartment complex”),
testified that in July 2010, appellant lived with her mother in an apartment near
Parga-Lopez. Appellant would often come to see Parga-Lopez in the leasing
office, “boo-hooing, . . . always crying, always depressed, always, . . . hy... More...
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STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA v. DAVID LEONARD RANDLE, JR.,

On October 24, 2015, a group of young adults attended a party at a Sioux Falls condominium leased by Mason Mitzel. There was evidence that the partygoers were drinking and using marijuana and other illegal substances. [¶3.] At some point during the evening, an AK-47 owned by Mitzel was brought out amongst the partygoers. There was testimony that different individuals handled the AK-47. Several... More...   $0 (08-02-2018 - SD)

MONTANA STATE FUND v. LIBERTY NORTHWEST INS. CORP. v. KIM WIARD MoreLaw Suites - Legal Suites and Virtual Offices - Downtown Tulsa-- Best Places In Downtown Tulsa To Practice Law

Kim Wiard (Wiard), began working at Tricon Timber, LLC (Tricon), in 2002. In
2010 or 2011, Wiard was working in the planer department when she was diagnosed with
bilateral carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS). At that time, Liberty Northwest Ins. Corp.
(Liberty) provided Tricon with workers’ compensation insurance coverage. Liberty
accepted liability for Wiard’s CTS as an occupation... More...
   $0 (08-02-2018 - MT)

United States of America v. Mustak Y. Vaid Southern District of New York - New York, New York

New York, NY - Doctor Sentenced To 18 Months In Prison For Participating In $30 Million Scheme To Defraud Medicare And Medicaid

Mustak Y. Vaid, was sentenced today by U.S. District Judge Lorna G. Schofield to 18 months in prison for his participation in a $30 million scheme to defraud Medicare and the New York State Medicaid Program. VAID falsely posed as the owner of a medical clinic, w... More...
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Taryn Nishiki v. Danko Meredith, APC

When an employee resigns without notice, California law requires the employer to
pay all wages within 72 hours. (Lab. Code § 202, subd. (a)1
.) If the employer willfully
fails to do so, the employee’s wages continue as a penalty from that due date until the
wages are paid, for up to 30 days. (§ 203.) This case considers an award of these
“waiting time” penalties, as well as an ... More...
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State of Vermont v. Lucas Dwight

Defendant Lucas Dwight appeals the trial court’s restitution order requiring him to pay dental expenses resulting from defendant’s conviction for simple assault. Defendant raises two main issues: (1) whether the court erred in awarding restitution for expenses that complainant’s father paid on complainant’s behalf; and (2) whether the ordered repayment schedule, which considered defendant’s e... More...   $0 (08-01-2018 - VT)

Francis Majak Lai vs State of Florida

Jacksonville law enforcement officers were dispatched to Bella’s home late one evening after his security alarm activated.

They arrived to find his bedroom window “blown out” and the blinds and curtains hanging outside the window. The bathroom window in the rear of the home was broken as well. Once inside, they discovered Bella lying in the hallway with blood around his head and shell c... More...
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State of Tennessee v. James Douglas Hamm, Jr.

In November 2014, the Sullivan County Grand Jury charged the defendant with vehicular homicide by intoxication, leaving the scene of an accident involving death, two counts of reckless endangerment, failure to exercise due care, and running a red light; the defendant was also charged with alternative counts of driving under the influence: driving under the influence of an intoxicant, driving with ... More...   $0 (08-01-2018 - TN)

State of Tennessee v. Santory Alexander Johnson

This case arose after the shooting death of the victim, Christopher Jones, on October 4, 2013. On February 19, 2014, the Hamilton County grand jury charged the Defendant with one count of first degree murder and one count of possession of a firearm with a violent felony conviction. See Tenn. Code Ann. §§ 39-13-202; -17-1307. The firearm charge was later dismissed, and the Defendant proceeded to... More...   $0 (08-01-2018 - TN)

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