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United States of America v. Ronald Fabor Federal Courthouse - San Diego, California

San Diego, CA - Compliance Officer Convicted of Perjury in Investigation of Illegal Dumping

Ronald Fabor, the Operations Safety and Compliance Manager of Diamond Environmental Services, was convicted by a federal jury yesterday of two counts of perjury relating to his testimony before a grand jury.

The grand jury investigation involved allegations that Diamond had unlawfully disc... More...
   $0 (09-25-2017 - CA)

Sandra Slater v. United States Steel Corporation Eleventh Circuit - Elbert P. Tuttle Federal Courthouse - Atlanta, Georgia

When an individual files for bankruptcy, he must file sworn disclosures listing his debts and his assets, including any pending civil claims, and identifying any lawsuits he has filed against others. Occasionally, a plaintiff who has a pending civil lawsuit fails to list the claims or lawsuit in these disclosures. In omitting this information, the plaintiff effectively takes inconsistent positions... More...   $0 (09-18-2017 - AL)

Larita Barnes v. United States of America United States Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit Denver, Colorado

Brandon McFadden was a disgrace to law enforcement. He joined other corrupt
officers in fabricating evidence, stealing drugs and money from suspects, and selling
drugs. Plaintiff Larita Barnes is one of his victims. Perjured testimony by McFadden
and others convicted her of selling drugs. She was imprisoned until the officers’
corruption was revealed. Because McFadden was a special... More...
   $0 (08-28-2017 - OK)

William Parrish v. Latham & Watkins

To establish liability for the tort of malicious prosecution, a plaintiff must
demonstrate, among other things, that the defendant previously caused the
commencement or continuation of an action against the plaintiff that was not
supported by probable cause. We have held that if an action succeeds after a
hearing on the merits, that success ordinarily establishes the existence of p... More...
   $0 (08-28-2017 - CA)

Conner Chandler v. State of Oklahoma ex rel. Department of Public Safety Oklahoma Court of Civil Appeals - Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

¶1 Conner Chandler (Chandler) appeals a district court order sustaining an order of the Department of Public Safety (DPS) revoking his driver's license for refusal to submit to State's tests for alcohol. Based on the appellate record and applicable law, we reverse the order.

FACTS AND PROCEDURAL BACKGROUND

¶2 On August 7, 2013, a police officer for the City of Glenpool, Oklahoma,... More...
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William Parrish v. Latham & Watkins

To establish liability for the tort of malicious prosecution, a plaintiff must
demonstrate, among other things, that the defendant previously caused the
commencement or continuation of an action against the plaintiff that was not
supported by probable cause. We have held that if an action succeeds after a
hearing on the merits, that success ordinarily establishes the existence of p... More...
   $0 (08-21-2017 - CA)

Ponani Sukumar v. City of San Diego

Litigation under the Public Records Act (PRA) (Gov. Code,1 § 6250 et seq.) is
one of the rare instances where a losing party may still be deemed a prevailing party
entitled to an attorney fee award. This is because the plaintiff has prevailed within the
meaning of the PRA when he or she files an action that "results in defendant releasing a
copy of a previously withheld document." ... More...
   $0 (08-15-2017 - CA)

United States of America v. Shephard Lee Spruill, II Federal Courthouse - Raleigh, North Carolina

Raleigh, NC - Pitt County Behavioral Health President Pleads Guilty to Medicaid Fraud Conspiracy and Perjury Charges

SHEPHARD LEE SPRUILL, II, 46, of Winterville, North Carolina, pleaded guilty on August 4, 2017 to Conspiracy to Commit Health Care Fraud, and Perjury. Under the terms of a plea agreement, SPRUILL faces up to 15 years in prison, $500,000 in fines, and 3 years of supervised r... More...
   $0 (08-09-2017 - NC)

United States of America v. Nicholas Abram Slatten

Nicholas Slatten, Paul Slough, Evan Liberty
and Dustin Heard (“defendants”) were contractors with
Blackwater Worldwide Security (ABlackwater@), which in 2007
was providing security services to the United States State
Department in Iraq. As a result of Baghdad shootings that
injured or killed at least 31 Iraqi civilians, Slough, Liberty and
Heard were convicted by a jury of ... More...
   $0 (08-05-2017 - DC)

Sylla Bangaly v. Alfred B. Baggiani

¶ 1 The instant appeal concerns a criminal contempt finding arising out of wrongful death
litigation in which the contemnor, Bangaly Sylla,1 was involved as the administrator of the
1We note that, due to inconsistencies in the record on appeal, Sylla was referred to as “Sylla
Bangaly” in our earlier opinion concerning that litigation but is actually named “Bangaly Sylla.”
No. 1-15-... More...
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United States of America v. Anthony Ventura Federal Courthouse - San Diego, California

San Diego, CA - Decorated Naval Aviator Steals $124,000 from Distinguished Flying Cross Society

Decorated Naval Veteran Anthony Ventura admitted July 25, 2017 in federal court that he used his position as treasurer of the Distinguished Flying Cross Society to embezzle $124,000 in charity funds.

The defendant had a distinguished military career in which he flew numerous combat mis... More...
   $0 (07-31-2017 - CA)

Matthew D. Murphey v. Jean Shiomoto

In this appeal, we consider whether the trial court erred in granting a petition for
writ of administrative mandate ordering the Department of Motor Vehicles (the
Department) to rescind an order suspending the driver's license of a person arrested for
driving under the influence (Veh. Code, § 23152, subd. (a))1 and awarding attorney fees
and costs to the person. We reverse the tria... More...
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United States of America v. Angel Luis Carrasco-Rivera a/k/a Manuel Calcagn Federal Courthouse - Harrisburg, Pennsylvania

Harrisburg, PA - Lancaster Man Sentenced To 27 Months’ Imprisonment For Perjury

Angel Luis Carrasco-Rivera a/k/a Manuel Calcagno, age 54, of Lancaster, Pennsylvania, was sentenced on July 26, 2017 by Chief United States District Court Judge Christopher C. Conner to serve 27 months’ imprisonment for committing perjury.

According to United States Attorney Bruce D. Brandler, Carrasc... More...
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United States of America v. Cynthia Lozano Federal Courthouse - San Diego, California

San Diego, CA - Lemon Grove Woman Sentenced to 14½ Years in Prison for Using Stolen IDs to File Fraudulent Returns Seeking More than $2 Million in Refunds

Cynthia Lozano of Lemon Grove was sentenced in federal court on July 17, 2017 to 175 months in prison in connection with two complex frauds involving identity theft, false tax returns and hundreds of unwitting victims. The second fraud ... More...
   $0 (07-18-2017 - CA)

Noel Don Juan v. The State of Texas Court of Appeals - 4th District Aggravated sexual assault of a child

According to the record, Juan moved in with his girlfriend Natasha and her children in
2008. After moving in and out several times over approximately four years, Juan moved out for
the last time in 2012. Natasha testified that in July 2013, after she picked her daughter J.M. up
after a sleepover at a friend’s house, J.M. made an outcry, telling Natasha that Juan had sexually
... More...
   $0 (07-17-2017 - TX)

Marianne Irvin v. Contra Costa County Employees'Retirement Association

Plaintiff Marianne Irvin and her late husband, Richard Irvin (respectively,
Marianne and Richard), obtained a judgment of legal separation a few months before his
death. Notwithstanding the separation, the couple‘s agreement dividing their assets
reflected Richard‘s intent that Marianne would receive the pension benefits available to a
surviving spouse after his death. Defendant Co... More...
   $0 (07-16-2017 - CA)

STATE OF KANSAS v. JOSEPH R. HOUSWORTH

Joseph Housworth raises several issues on appeal from his convictions in a jury trial of 12 crimes, mostly related to distributing illegal drugs. Two of Housworth's appellate claims are well taken.

First, he argues that there's insufficient evidence to support his conviction for intimidation of a witness. We agree. Intimidating a witness means dissuading a witness from testifying, and a... More...
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United States of America v. Bryan Reichel

St. Paul, MN - PureChoice Founder Sentenced To 22 Years In Prison For $28 Million Dollar Investment Fraud Scheme

Bryan Reichel, 62, founder and former President and Chief Executive Officer of PureChoice, Inc. (PureChoice), was sentenced to 22 years in prison for orchestrating a multi-million-dollar investment fraud scheme. On November 3, 2016, REICHEL, who was charged in a 12-count supers... More...
   $0 (07-11-2017 - MN)

Donald W. Read v. Timothy W. Verboski Tarrant County Courthouse - Fort Worth, Texas

Appellant Donald W. Read appeals from the trial court’s dismissal of his
suit brought against Appellee Timothy W. Verboski,1 a witness in the criminal trial
that resulted in Read’s conviction for driving while intoxicated. Upon Verboski’s
motion, the trial court dismissed Read’s suit under chapter fourteen of the civil
1In Read’s original petition, he incorrectly spelled Verboski’s... More...
   $0 (07-10-2017 - TX)

MUSTAFA A. ABDULLA vs STATE OF FLORIDA

The charges against Appellant stem from an incident late at night at a convenience store. According to the State,1 Appellant was in the store when he pulled a concealed firearm from his waistband and waved it around. Appellant stated that he wanted to kill or shoot someone that night, pointed the gun at a store employee, and later ordered both customers and employees alike out of the store. Bas... More...   $0 (07-06-2017 - FL)

Brian Dunkley v. State of Tennessee Nashville man sentenced for plotting to kill wife

The murder-for-hire plot came to light when Herman Marshall told law enforcement that his brother-in-law, co-defendant Donte Chestnut, had approached him with an opportunity to make $10,000 for committing a murder. State v. Brian Dunkley, No. M2012-00548-CCA-R3-CD, 2014 WL 2902257, at *1 (Tenn. Crim. App. June 25, 2014) perm. app. denied (Tenn. Nov. 20, 2014). The victim of the murder was to be ... More...   $0 (07-05-2017 - TN)

STATE OF OHIO - vs - CHAD SOUTH

This case involves a murder for hire. The intended victim was Daniel C.
2
Ott. The murder victim was Daniel E. Ott. Accordingly, Daniel C. Ott will be referred to
as “C” and Daniel E. Ott will be referred to as “E.”
{¶3} Before 2004, Joseph Rosebrook ran a lucrative chop shop for stolen
motor vehicles in Bellefountaine, Ohio. C stole cars, especially Corvettes, for
... More...
   $0 (07-03-2017 - OH)

Multiple Injury Trust Fund v. Tommy Garrett

¶1 The dispositive issue presented on review is whether the claimant met the statutory definition of a "physically impaired person" at the time of the claimant's second on-the-job injury for purposes of determining eligibility for Multiple Injury Trust Fund (Fund) benefits. Subsumed in this determination is whether a duly-executed settlement agreement-memorialized on a form prescribed by the Worke... More...   $0 (06-27-2017 - OK)

Multiple Injury Trust Fund v. Tommy Garrett

¶1 The dispositive issue presented on review is whether the claimant met the statutory definition of a "physically impaired person" at the time of the claimant's second on-the-job injury for purposes of determining eligibility for Multiple Injury Trust Fund (Fund) benefits. Subsumed in this determination is whether a duly-executed settlement agreement-memorialized on a form prescribed by the Worke... More...   $0 (06-27-2017 - OK)

Allen John Murray v. The State of Texas Fourth Court of Appeals, San Antonio, Texas

This case arose based upon an outcry statement made by C.J., a 13-year-old girl, in which
C.J. alleged she met Allen John Murray after she ran away from home. C.J. claimed Murray took
pictures of her and posted them on his Facebook page to advertise her for sex. C.J. stated that at
least three men came to Murray’s house, gave money to Murray and engaged in sexual intercourse
wi... More...
   $0 (06-26-2017 - TX)

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