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Defendant Giuseppe Tedesco appeals from the judgment of
conviction entered after a jury found... More...
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Eddie Gill v. City of Milwaukee, et al.

In February 2013, Eddie Gill confessed
to and was charged with the murder of Jordin Crawley.
Gill spent just over a year in jail awaiting trial. The charges
were dropped, however, after a Milwaukee County Circuit
Court judge suppressed Gill’s confession. Gill then filed a
series of federal and state law claims in federal district court
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In 2010, defendant William R. Joe was arrested in New
Jersey and charged with certain narcotics offenses. Before
trial, he fled the state and a bench warrant was issued for his
arrest. Defendant was subsequently arrested and charged with
other crimes in New York State. He did not make bail in New
Although New Jersey prosecutors lodged an interstate
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TRK, LLC d/b/a Timber Ridge Townhouse Apartments, B&B Management Group, LLC and Tara Burnside v. Vivian Myles, Individually and on Behalf of all Wrongful Death Beneficiaries of Enrique L. Myles, Deceased and/or L.J.W., a Minor, by and through Her Mother and Next Friend, Janna Warnsley

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Vivian Myles—who is Enrique L. Myles’s mother, and who believed she was his sole
heir—filed this wrongful-death lawsu... More...
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Joseph S. McGreal v. The Village of Orlando Park

On June 28, 2010, Joseph McGreal
was fired from his position as a police officer with the Orland
Park Police Department. Thereafter, he sued the Village
of Orland Park and three members of the police department—
Chief of Police Timothy McCarthy, Lieutenant Patrick
Duggan, and Lieutenant James Bianchi—claiming that the
defendants violated his First Amendment rights by firing... More...
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Gerald Caldwell v. KHOU-TV; Gannett Company, Inc.

After being fired, Gerald Caldwell sued his employers, KHOU-TV and Gannett Company, Inc. (collectively, “the Defendants”), for violations of the Americans with Disabilities Act (“ADA”) and the Family Medical Leave Act (“FMLA”). The district court granted summary judgment in favor of the Defendants and Caldwell appealed. Because we find that Caldwell raised a genuine issue of fact over whether the ... More...   $0 (03-07-2017 - TX)

State of Tennessee v. Christopher Clifton

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The following facts were stipulated to underlying Defendant‟s guilty plea conviction. Despit... More...
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Charles Edgar Ledford v. State of Tennessee

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Nearly four and a half years ago, Petitioner was convicted of a number of sexual crimes committed against children, ... More...
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United States of America v. John Martynec and Elek Andrade

Los Angeles, CA - Two Los Angeles-Area Men Sentenced to Federal Prison for Running Mortgage Scam that Purchased Homes with ‘Straw Buyers’

Two defendants linked to a mortgage fraud scheme that cost at least $2.4 million when fraudulently purchased homes went into foreclosure have been sentenced to federal prison.

The case involves a scheme to fraudulently obtain mortgages for resi... More...
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Ricky Johnson v. State of Indiana

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On December 7, 2014, Lafayette City Police Officer Lonnie Charles Wilson
was dispatched at 5:10 a.m. to 104 Cochise ... More...
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U.S. Specialty Insurance Company v. Estate of John Charles Earley, Jr.

John Earley, Jr. was the named insured on an aircraft insurance contract (the
Policy) with U.S. Specialty Insurance Company (U.S. Specialty). Earley and Michael
Schlarb died during an instructional flight when an aircraft listed in the Policy crashed
shortly after takeoff. U.S. Specialty sought a declaratory judgment that the Policy doesn’t
cover any potential claims arising from t... More...
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William Liebermann (Liebermann) owns a 1991 Honda Civic in “great condition” with
no mechanical problems. Lieberman... More...
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Josephine Douglas-Peters v. Cho, Choe & Holden, P.C.

Josephine Douglas-Peters1 appeals the trial court’s final judgment in favor of Forest Law, P.C. d/b/a Cho, Choe & Holen, P.C.,2 as assignee of Choe, Holen, Yoo & Burchfiel, P.C.,3 on its claim against Douglas-Peters for breach of a legal representation retainer agreement and awarding it $90,453.21 in damages. Douglas-Peters raises four issues on appeal, arguing: (1) the evidence is legally and fac... More...   $0 (03-03-2017 - TX)

William Johnson v. Marirosa Lamas

In the early morning hours of August 26, 2005, off-duty police officer Terrence Flomo was shot to death while he sat in his car near the intersection of 20th Street and Cecil B. Moore Avenue in North Philadelphia. The Commonwealth charged William Johnson and Mumin Slaughter with murder based on witness identifications and forensic testimony. The shooting occurred after Flomo had stopped his car an... More...   $0 (03-03-2017 - PA)

United States of America v. Malcolm Thompson

The defendant, Malcolm
Thompson, pled guilty to distribution of heroin and cocaine base,
in violation of 21 U.S.C. § 841(a)(1). Although the parties agreed
that Thompson's guidelines sentencing range was thirty to thirtyseven
months, the district court imposed an upwardly variant
sentence of forty-eight months in prison. Thompson now appeals,
arguing that this sentence is b... More...
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STATE OF LOUISIANA V. TIMOTHY AARON DANGERFIELD MoreLaw Performance Internet Marketing Completely Free Marketing If It Does Not Work

On September 29, 2011, the defendant, Timothy Aaron Dangerfield, beat, stabbed, and shot the victim, Shacrista Nicole Jones. Ms. Jones died as a result of her wounds.
On November 3, 2011, the defendant was charged by a grand jury in a bill of indictment with one count of second degree murder, a violation of La.R.S. 14:30.1, five counts of attempted second degree murder, violations of La.R.S. 1... More...
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Central Bank and Real Estates Owned, LLC v. Timothy Hogan, et al.

In this case, we deal with the question of whether participation agreements in connection with a loan transaction transferred security interests in the underlying property or only a contractual right to the proceeds from the originating bank. For the reasons expressed below, we conclude that the participating agreements transferred security interests in the underlying property to the participating... More...   $0 (03-03-2017 - IA)

Christopher S. Barrett v. Union Pacific Railroad Company

The primary question in this case is whether the
Due Process Clause of the Fourteenth Amendment permits
Oregon to exercise general jurisdiction over an interstate
railroad for claims unrelated to the railroad’s activities in
this state. The trial court ruled that it could exercise general
jurisdiction over the railroad and denied the railroad’s
motion to dismiss plaintiff’s... More...
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Betty Jo Tillis v. Home Servicing, L.L.C.

In this forcible detainer case, appellant Betty Jo Tillis appeals the trial
court’s judgment granting possession of certain real property to appellee Home
Servicing, LLC (Home Servicing). In two related issues, Tillis contends that the
trial court lacked subject matter jurisdiction to grant Home Servicing possession
of the property because she presented evidence that the security i... More...
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United States of America v. Amit Chaudhry

Alexandria, VA - Fraudster Sentenced for $25 Million ID Theft and Money Laundering Conspiracy

Amit Chaudhry, 44, of Ashburn, was sentenced to nine years in prison for his role and participation in a sophisticated and large-scale identity theft and credit card fraud conspiracy that resulted in a loss of over $25 million. Chaudhry was also ordered to pay $4.1 million in restitution.
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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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Diana Marie Ashton v. Christopher Michael Ashton

Christopher Ashton ("Father") appeals the circuit court's judgment dismissing his motion
objecting to Diana Ashton's ("Mother's") proposal to relocate their minor children.1 We vacate
the judgment.
The parties' marriage was dissolved in December 2011. They were awarded joint legal
and joint physical custody of their two children, with specific periods of parenting ti... More...
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Joel K. Witcher, Estate of Taylor Renee Witcher, decased, and Lisa Witcher v. Myeasha Desere Brown

Tulsa, OK - Joel K. Witcher, Estate of Taylor Renee Witcher, decased, and Lisa Witcher sued Myeasha Desere Brown on negligence theories claiming that Brown caused a car wreck that resulted in the death of Taylor on July 27, 2014. The Plaintiffs claimed that Brown crossed the centerline of West 71st Street at high rate of speed and his a Ford Tauras that was in front of Ms. Taylor's vehicle when t... More...   $1 (03-01-2017 - OK)

Landmark Real Estate, Inc. v. McCoy Property Company, LLC and Irmas Ahwatukee, L.L.C.

Tulsa, OK - Landmark Real Estate, Inc. sued McCoy Property Company, LLC and Irmas Ahwatukee, L.L.C. on a quiet title theory.

Issue # 1. Issue: QUIET TITLE (QUIET)
Filed Date: 04/08/2016
Party Name Disposition Information
Defendant: ... More...
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In the Matter of the Estate of Leonard P. Clark, Deceased

Dalton Hobbs, as personal representative for his
mother Thelma’s estate (Dalton), appeals from a judgment
of final distribution of the estate of his step-father, Leonard
Clark (the decedent).1 Respondents Downie and Evans are
the decedent’s daughters, and respondent Harrington is the
personal representative of the decedent’s estate. Dalton contends
that the probate court er... More...
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