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State of Oklahoma v. Demonte Rushing

Tulsa, OK - Defendant Pleads Guilty To Being An Accessory After The Fact To Murder

The State of Oklahoma charged Demonte Wayne Rushing with:

Count # 1. Count as Filed: HM11, FELONY MURDER-1ST DEGREE, in violation of 21 O.S. 701.7
Date of Offense: 05/29/2014
Party Name Disposition Information
RUSHING, DEMONTE WAYNE Disposed: CONVICTION, 03/02/2017. Guilty Plea
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   $0 (03-03-2017 - OK)

United States of America v. Dr. Richard Duane Johns

Little Rock, AR - Physician Admits to Illegally Distributing 39,000 Pills, Pleads Guilty to Federal Conspiracy

Dr. Richard Duane Johns, 49, of Little Rock, pleaded guilty to conspiracy to distribute oxycodone without an effective prescription. Dr. Johns was responsible for illegally distributing at least 39,000 pills, with a street value of more than $1,000,000.

Dr. Johns pleaded... More...
   $0 (03-02-2017 - AR)

United States of America v. Dr. Ronnie Earl Roland

Atlanta, GA - Anesthesiologist Sentenced for Illegally Prescribing Oxycodone and Other Prescription Painkillers

Dr. Romie Earl Roland was sentenced to ten years, ten months for conspiring to distribute Schedule II controlled substances by illegally prescribing prescription painkillers for no legitimate medical purpose.

Also indicted and sentenced for their respective roles in t... More...
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Jesus Ramirez v. The State of Texas Sex Offender MoreLaw Suites - Legal Suites and Virtual Offices - Downtown Tulsa

Appellant was indicted for touching the breasts and genitals of K.M., who was nine years
old on the date of the alleged the crime.1 Appellant was thirty years old at the time. The
evidence at trial was sharply conflicting on some points, and undisputed on others.
On July 20, 2013, K.M.’s parents were having a party at their house. Family and friends
were invited and Appellan... More...
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David and Crystal Holm v. Wells Fargo Home Mortgage, Inc. and Federal Homes Loan Mortgage Corporation (Freddie Mac)

This case arises out of the 2008 foreclosure of the family residence of David and Crystal Holm (the Holms). The Holms filed a wrongful foreclosure action against Wells Fargo Home Mortgage, Inc., for allegedly foreclosing on their home without right. They also filed a quiet title action against the Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation (Freddie Mac), which took title to the house after the foreclo... More...   $0 (03-02-2017 - MO)

Christina Francis v. Daniel Wieland

Ms. Christina Francis, Mother of the 11-year-old child subject to the motion to
modify custody at the core of this dispute, appeals a circuit court judgment grantin g
joint legal and joint physical custody to her and Mr. Daniel Wieland, the child’s
biological Father, and otherwise establishing a parenting plan and ordering child
support, and requiring the parties to pay their own c... More...
   $0 (03-02-2017 - MO)

Jeffrey Dale Tiner v. Jeff Premo

Petitioner was found guilty by a jury of two counts
of aggravated murder, one count of intentional murder,
and a number of other crimes. He sought post-conviction
relief on a variety of claims. The post-conviction court
denied relief on all of petitioner’s claims involving the guilt
phase of petitioner’s criminal trial but granted relief on
his penalty-phase claims and void... More...
   $0 (03-01-2017 - OR)

Marshall Johnson v. J.G. Wentworth Originations, LLC and Metropolitan Life Insurance Company

Marshall Johnson is the beneficiary of a right to
periodic payments under a structured settlement agreement.
Petitioner J. G. Wentworth Originators, LLC (J. G.
Wentworth) brought this special proceeding under ORS
33.857 to 33.875 (2005),1 seeking to purchase at a discount
Johnson’s right to one future annuity payment and a portion
of a future lump sum payment. The trial cou... More...
   $0 (03-01-2017 - OR)

Melton J. Jackson, Jr. v. Steve Franke

In this post-conviction proceeding, petitioner challenged,
among other things, the adequacy of legal representation
he received in conjunction with his underlying criminal
trial, in which he was convicted of first-degree sodomy.
One of petitioner’s inadequate-assistance claims was based
on his lawyer’s failure to object to a diagnosis of sexual abuse
in the absence of physi... More...
   $0 (03-01-2017 - OR)

The State of Texas v. Joel Garcia MoreLaw Performance Internet Marketing Completely Free Marketing If It Does Not Work

The Accident

On December 24, 2014, El Paso Police Officer Steven Torres arrived between 1:52 a.m.
and 1:55 a.m. on the scene of a serious car accident at the intersection of Joe Battle Boulevard
and Vista Del Sol Drive. Torres described the scene as “hectic” and “chaotic” and noted that one
vehicle was completely engulfed in flame... More...
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Lonnie Delmar Gadson v. The State of Texas MoreLaw Receptionist Services Never Miss Another Call With MoreLaw's Receptionists Answering Your Calls

This case arises from a high speed police chase of Appellant during which he struck a
police cruiser with his pickup truck, not once, but twice. Officer William Rogers was inside the
police cruiser at the time of the first impact, but was just outside the cruiser when the second
impact occurred. Following Appellant’s eventual apprehension, the State charged him with
aggravate... More...
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Roberto Gauna v. The State of Texas Sex offender MoreLaw Suites - Legal Suites and Virtual Offices - Downtown Tulsa

Gauna challenges the trial court’s admission of testimony from Gauna’s former sister-in
law, Charleigh, and his nieces, IG and MG, regarding extraneous sexual offenses committed
against the nieces by Gauna. Prior to the witnesses testifying, the trial court held a hearing outside
the jury’s presence pursuant to Texas Code of Criminal Procedure article 38.37. TEX. CODE CRIM.
PR... More...
   $0 (02-28-2017 - TX)

Vernard Brown v. The State of Texas >Sex Offender MoreLaw Performance Internet Marketing Completely Free Marketing If It Does Not Work

Brown is the biological father of the victim in this case, C.H. Prior to C.H. turning
eleven years old, C.H. had never met Brown. According to the testimony from trial, after C.H. had
lived with her aunt for some time, Brown contacted C.H., started visiting her, and obtained legal
custody over C.H. Once Brown obtained custody of C.H., C.H. moved into the home of Brown’s
mother, ... More...
   $0 (02-28-2017 - TX)

L.J. v. Pittsburg Unified School District

This is an Individuals with Disabilities Education Act
(“IDEA”) case of an emotionally troubled young child with
suicidal tendencies beginning in the second grade, and with
attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (“ADHD”)
augmenting his disruptive behaviors. Congress created the
IDEA to bring disabled students into the public education
system by requiring states to adopt p... More...
   $0 (02-28-2017 - CA)

United States of America v. Victor Lipkin

New York, NY - Clinic Owner Sentenced In Manhattan Federal Court To Five Years In Prison In $70 Million Scheme To Defraud Medicare And Medicaid

Fraud Ring, with Three Clinics in Brooklyn and Queens, Paid Kickbacks to Individuals to Undergo Medically Unnecessary Tests

Victor Lipkin, a former owner of a health care clinic in Brooklyn, New York, was sentenced to five years in prison... More...
   $0 (02-27-2017 - NY)

Walter Knight v. The State of Texas MoreLaw Receptionist Services Never Miss Another Call With MoreLaw's Receptionists Answering Your Calls

Shaquita Sawyer testified that on August 4, 2014, she, Chazmon Gipson,
and another friend had just returned to the Cambridge Court Apartments from
buying breakfast when she saw Knight jogging toward the truck the three were
exiting. According to Sawyer, Knight pointed a black handgun at them and fired
it multiple times in their direction. Sawyer said that Knight was acting ve... More...
   $0 (02-27-2017 - TX)

State Oklahoma v. Bethany Lynnette Houston MoreLaw Performance Internet Marketing Completely Free Marketing If It Does Not Work

Okemah, OK - The State Oklahoma charged Bethany Lynnette Houston with:

1. INJURING OR BURNING PUBLIC BUILDING-A FELONY

Docket
Date Code Description Count Party Amount
06-08-2016

INFORMATION $216.00

Document Available (#CF-2016-00061~1) Download document in TIFF format.TIFF Download document in PDF format.PDF
$ 103.00

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State of Oklahoma v. Tyler Coy Stanfield MoreLaw Performance Internet Marketing Completely Free Marketing If It Does Not Work

Okemah, OK - The State of Oklahoma charged Tyler Coy Stanfield with:

1. GRAND LARCENY

2. KNOWINGLY CONCEALING STOLEN PROPERTY

3. TAKING/RECEIVING STOLEN CREDIT OR DEBIT CARD - 21 OS 1550.22 FEL

Docket
Date Code Description Count Party Amount
02-09-2016

ORDER SETTING BOND

Document Available (#CF-2016-00020~1) Download doc... More...
   $0 (02-27-2017 - OK)

Calub Bocanegra v. The State of Texas MoreLaw Receptionist Services Never Miss Another Call With MoreLaw's Receptionists Answering Your Calls

The Majority Opinion fails to review all of the evidence in the light most
favorable to the verdict. See Jackson v. Virginia, 443 U.S. 307, 319, 99 S. Ct.
2781, 2789 (1979). Instead of reviewing the evidence, the Majority Opinion crafts
its own unique procedure; the Majority Opinion sets forth the facts recited by the
State in its appellate brief in response to Bocanegra’s fo... More...
   $0 (02-27-2017 - )

Walter Earl McDonald v. The State of Texas

Va-Shawn Cobbins and her sister Nina Robinson bake pastries out of their
home. On the morning of November 2, 2014, they went to a corner store to deliver
pastries to a customer. At trial, Cobbins and Robinson testified that, while at the
corner store, they were joking with McDonald and two other men identified as Sonny
and Wayne. According to Cobbins and Robinson, Wayne joki... More...
   $0 (02-27-2017 - TX)

Keith Edward Hendricks v. The State of Texas

In 2013, complainant Jane Doe,2 a woman in her early twenties with mental
illness, became homeless and began staying at a shelter in downtown Houston.
One day, she met Hendricks—whom she knew as “Kevin,” “Slim,” or “Chicago
Slim”—and the two went for a walk in Houston’s Third Ward.
Hendricks led Doe to an abandoned house, promising to provide her with
clothes and cigarett... More...
   $0 (02-27-2017 - TX)

Charles Leon Smith v. The State of Texas

In 1984, appellant was in a dating relationship with the complainant, Pamela
Clarence, and, at the time of Clarence’s murder, they had a one-month-old baby
girl together. Appellant had also been involved romantically with another woman
with whom he had had a son at around the same time, and Clarence was aware of
that relationship.
On August 2, 1984, Clarence’s niece stopp... More...
   $0 (02-27-2017 - TX)

Adrian Aaron Mendez, Jr. v. The State of Texas

On the afternoon of August 5, 2011, appellant went to a convenience store,
Chicano’s, where he met up with Haley Barry, Haley’s boyfriend, Brandon, April
Santellana, who was Brandon’s sister and whose mother owned the store, and
Romero. Haley described the convenience store as a place that she and her friends
would hang out and “party.” While at the store that day, the member... More...
   $0 (02-27-2017 - TX)

Lora D. Hamman v. Carolyn W. Colvin

Lora Hamman applied for disability insurance benefits, asserting that she was
disabled due to a combination of physical and mental impairments. Her application
was denied by an administrative law judge (ALJ), who concluded that she suffered
from severe impairments but was nonetheless capable of performing some work. The
Appeals Council declined to review her case. Hamman then sough... More...
   $0 (02-27-2017 - AR)

Former Nurse Rocky Allen Sentenced to Additional 12 Months in Federal Prison for Felony Criminal Contempt of Court

DENVER – U.S. District Court Judge Raymond P. Moore sentenced former nurse Rocky Allen to serve 12 months in federal prison for felony criminal contempt of court, to run consecutive to his 78 month previous sentence, Acting U.S. Attorney Bob Troyer announced. Allen drove to Idaho prior to reporting to prison to visit family despite an order from Judge Moore prohibiting him from traveling there. In... More...   $0 (02-27-2017 - )

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