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State of Ohio v. Willie D. Ross

This case arises out of an incident that occurred on June 8, 2015 in which Lamont Lake was stabbed while at home. On June 17, 2015, a Franklin County Grand Jury filed an indictment charging Ross with three criminal counts: aggravated burglary in violation of R.C. 2911.11, a felony of the first degree; felonious assault in violation of R.C. 2903.11, a felony of the second degree; and attempted mur... More...   $0 (08-01-2018 - OH)

STATE OF OHIO v. FRED TAYLOR, JR.

On Memorial Day 2016, Mr. Taylor was at a cookout at an apartment complex on
Nadia Court in Akron, commonly referred to as the Rosemary Apartments. There were multiple
cookouts occurring at the apartment complex that day. The cookout that Mr. Taylor attended
included the victim, Javon Knaff, and two witnesses who testified at trial, D.H.-B. and T.O.
{¶3} At some point during t... More...
   $0 (07-31-2018 - OH)

STATE OF OHIO v. ENOCH JAEGER

In September and October 2016, there were a series of breaking and entering
offenses committed at gas station convenience stores in Medina County. During each offense,
two men would use a large rock or block of concrete to smash open the glass door of the store
then enter it carrying large garbage cans. Once inside, they quickly collected cartons of
cigarettes inside the gar... More...
   $0 (07-31-2018 - OH)

United States of America v. John Chinnici United States District Court for the District of Vermont

Burlington, VT - Bennington Man Convicted Of Armed Robbery

The Office of the United States Attorney for the District of Vermont stated that John Chinnici, 33, of Bennington, Vermont, was convicted on July 27, 2018, in United States District Court in Burlington, Vermont, following a jury trial. U.S. District Judge Christina Reiss ordered Chinnici to remain in custody after the jury return... More...
   $0 (07-31-2018 - VT)

Cecil Daughtrey Jr. and Patricia A. Daughtrey v. Luis E. Rivera, II Middle District of Florida Federal Courthouse - Tampa, Florida

In this case, Cecil and Patricia Daughtrey filed a Chapter 7 bankruptcy petition for the sole purpose of preventing the sale of their property in a public auction to be held pursuant to a state court judgment that foreclosed the mortgage on the property. After the public auction was automatically stayed under 11 U.S.C. § 362(a), the trustee of the bankruptcy estate and the judgment creditor, 72 Pa... More...   $0 (07-31-2018 - FL)

Marnika Lewis, et al. v. Governor of Alabama, et al. Northern District of Alabama Federal Courthouse - Birmingham, Alabama

For a single day in February 2016, Marnika Lewis and Antoin Adams secured a pay raise. The Mayor of Birmingham, Alabama, William Bell, had just affixed his signature to Birmingham Ordinance No. 16-28, which guaranteed Lewis, Adams, and all other wage earners in the city $10.10 per hour. But the following afternoon, Alabama Governor Robert Bentley signed the Minimum Wage and Right-to-Work Act (The ... More...   $0 (07-31-2018 - AL)

John David Fry, Jr. v. The State of Texas

An information charged appellant with operating a motor vehicle in a public place
while intoxicated and included an enhancement paragraph setting forth his previous
conviction for driving while intoxicated.
At his jury trial following his not-guilty plea, the State presented evidence through
the testimony of Officer Martinez and a forensic scientist. Martinez testified that he... More...
   $0 (07-30-2018 - TX)

Andrea Lane Whitney v. The State of Texas

Ronald Bryan Baker was struck by Whitney’s car and died as a result of his injuries. Nayef
Sheam testified that he was driving home around midnight and saw a man’s body laying partially
on the grass and partially in the access road to Highway 75 in Allen, Texas. He stopped, parked
his car, approached the body, and immediately called 911. The man was breathing very heavily,
and ... More...
   $0 (07-29-2018 - TX)

John Christopher Foster v. The State of Texas

Foster was charged with aggravated assault family violence.
Originally, the indictment alleged that Foster assaulted Morris by “intentionally, knowingly, and
recklessly caus[ing] serious bodily injury to . . . Morris” in the following different ways: (1) “by
grabbing . . . Morris with his hand,” (2) “by squeezing . . . Morris with his hand,” (3) “by striking
. . . Morris with his ... More...
   $0 (07-29-2018 - TX)

Jerrid Allen v. Kevin M. Milas, et al. Eastern District of California Federal Courthouse - Sacramento, California

Jerrid Allen petitions under the Administrative Procedure
Act (APA), 5 U.S.C. § 551 et seq., for review of a decision by
the U.S. Consulate in Frankfurt, Germany to deny a visa to
his wife. Allen claims that the consular officer committed
legal error in denying Mrs. Allen a visa, and that the error
was “arbitrary, capricious, . . . or otherwise not in accordance
with law.” ... More...
   $0 (07-29-2018 - CA)

George K. Young, Jr. v. State of Hawaii, et al. Federal Courthouse - Honolulu, Hawaii

We must decide whether the Second Amendment encompasses the right of a responsible law-abiding citizen to carry a firearm openly for self-defense outside of the home.
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George Young wishes to carry a firearm publicly for personal self-defense in the State of Hawaii. He twice in 2011 applied for a license to carry a handgun, either concealed or openly. His application was denied each ... More...
   $0 (07-29-2018 - HI)

Angel Mendez and Jennifer Lynn Garcia v. County of Los Angeles, et al. Central District of California Federal Courthouse - Los Angeles, California Morelaw Internet Marketing National Find A Lawyer Directory 888-354-4529

On remand from the United States Supreme Court we are tasked with deciding whether the unlawful entry into a residence by two sheriff’s deputies, without a warrant, consent, or exigent circumstances, was the proximate cause of the subsequent shooting and injuries to the plaintiffs. We hold that it was, permitting a federal claim under 42 U.S.C. § 1983. We also hold that the plaintiffs have an inde... More...   $4000000 (07-29-2018 - WA)

STATE OF KANSAS v. SAWAN DILIP PATIDAR

Around 10 p.m. one evening in November 2015, a Dickinson County Sheriff's Deputy stopped a minivan after he saw it cross the center line twice. When the officer walked up to the driver's side of the minivan he told Patidar that he was driving all over the road. Patidar reeked of alcohol and the officer asked him to step out of the car so he could be sure if the odor was coming from the minivan or ... More...   $0 (07-28-2018 - KS)

STATE OF KANSAS v. JAMES R. DUDLEY

James Dudley set fire to toilet paper within his prison cell by sticking pieces of pencil graphite into an electrical socket. Because the fire occurred in a structure housing other inmates, the State charged Dudley with aggravated arson.

Dudley reached a plea agreement with the State under which he pleaded no contest to a reduced charge of solicitation to commit arson. But before sent... More...
   $0 (07-28-2018 - KS)

STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA v. SHAWN RAYNARD ROSS

On February 17, 2017, the Brule County Grand Jury indicted Shawn Ross on one count of third-degree burglary in violation of SDCL 22-32-8 and one count of intentional damage to property in violation of SDCL 22-34-1(2). Ross pleaded not guilty. Thereafter, the State and Ross entered into a plea agreement. At a hearing on May 16, 2017, pursuant to the plea agreement, Ross pleaded guilty to third-d... More...   $0 (07-27-2018 - SD)

STATE OF NEW MEXICO v. ANTHONY BLAS YEPEZ

Jeannie “Anna” Sandoval was raised by George Ortiz (Victim), her adoptive
14 mother’s boyfriend. In 2012, Sandoval and her boyfriend, Defendant, were living
15 with Victim. According to Sandoval’s testimony at trial, Victim was often angry and
16 would fight with her. The tension between Sandoval and Victim would escalate when
17 they were drinking alcohol, and although the anger w... More...
   $0 (07-27-2018 - NM)

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA and SHAWNDALE BOYD, Intervenor, v. DAMION SLEUGH

In March 2014, Damion Sleugh and Shawndale Boyd were indicted together on charges of (1) conspiring to distribute or to possess with intent to distribute marijuana, and (2) attempted possession with intent to distribute marijuana, each in violation of 21 U.S.C. §§ 846, 841(a)(1)
& (b)(1)(D); (3) robbery affecting interstate commerce, in violation of 18 U.S.C. § 1951(a); (4) using or carrying ... More...
   $0 (07-27-2018 - CA)

STACI SCONIERS v. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

This case arises from a car accident that occurred on January 6, 2016, in Newark, New Jersey, between a car driven by Sconiers and a vehicle owned by USPS. About two weeks after the accident, Sconiers submitted an administrative tort claim form to USPS seeking damages for injuries that she claimed she suffered in the accident. Approximately seven months later, by letter dated July 14, 2016,... More...   $0 (07-27-2018 - NJ)

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA v. TYREK TOWNSEND

On November 21, 2015, New York Police Department officers  saw  the  Defendant‐Appellant,  Tyrek  Townsend  (“Townsend”),  engage in what they believed to be suspicious, drug‐related activity.   The officers arrested Townsend and, in the search incident to his  arrest, recovered a loaded 9‐millimeter semiautomatic weapon.  A  later  search  at  the  police  precinct  yielded  six... More...   $0 (07-27-2018 - NY)

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA v. KAMEL LAMBUS, AKA Kamel Angevine, AKA K, AKA Kamel Angenevine, STANLEY FULLER, AKA Wardy, AKA Webo

Lambus and Fuller are accused of being leaders and organizers of a
16 group of individuals that referred to itself as the Paper Chasing Goons or POV City
1 and was a drug trafficking organization (or the "DTO"). Beginning in 2015, Lambus
2 and Fuller, along with 10 others, were indicted principally on charges of conspiring
3 to distribute and possess with intent to distribute hero... More...
   $0 (07-27-2018 - NY)

Douglas Troester v. Starbucks Corporation

Upon a request by the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit
(Cal. Rules of Court, rule 8.548), we agreed to answer the following question:
Does the federal Fair Labor Standards Act’s de minimis doctrine, as stated in
Anderson v. Mt. Clemens Pottery Co. (1946) 328 U.S. 680, 692, and Lindow v.
United States (9th Cir. 1984) 738 F.2d 1057, 1063, apply to claims for unpai... More...
   $0 (07-27-2018 - CA)

United States of America v. City of Jacksonville Federal Courthouse - Jacksonville, Florida

Jacksonville, FL - The City of Jacksonville Agrees to Pay $4.9 Million to Settle Employment Discrimination Lawsuit

The Department of Justice today announced that it has reached a settlement agreement with the City of Jacksonville, Florida (the “City”) to resolve allegations that the City’s promotional practices for positions in the Jacksonville Fire and Rescue Department (JFRD) violated T... More...
   $4900000 (07-26-2018 - FL)

Robert Gering vs. The State of Florida

In 1986, Gering was charged with, and later convicted of, raping a seventy
year old woman in New York. After serving less than five years in prison, Gering
was released from prison, but violated his parole several times. Gering later
absconded to Miami Beach where, in 1997, he was charged with and convicted of
lewd and lascivious battery and false imprisonment of another elde... More...
   $0 (07-26-2018 - FL)

State of Tennessee v. Melvin Dwayne Dunn, Jr.

The Defendant’s convictions resulted from a string of burglaries of Knox County businesses, which were all closed to the public at the time, within a two-month period.

The Defendant was indicted for nine counts of burglary; one count of attempted theft of property valued at $60,000 or more but less than $250,000; one count of evading arrest; and one count of possession of burglary tools... More...
   $0 (07-26-2018 - TN)

IN RE: CUMBERLAND BAIL BONDING, et al.

According to proof introduced at the hearing on the matter, Mr. Kelvin Pell, a bondsman for Cumberland, was arrested on February 8, 2017, after law enforcement conducted a “sting” to establish that he had been trading bonds for sexual contact. The matter became public via an article in the local newspaper on February 10, 2017. On Monday, February 13, 2017, Cumberland mailed a petition to cancel M... More...   $0 (07-26-2018 - TN)

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