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Real Property Law
Dominique Randolph v. State of Indiana

On December 8, 2014, fifteen-year-old N.R. came home from school. After
completing household chores, he walked to a friend’s house located on Cedar
Avenue. He left his friend’s house around 6:00 p.m. and began to walk home.
On his way northbound on Cedar Avenue, N.R. was approached by three male
individuals who rushed up to him. When N.R. resisted having his pockets
ru... More...
   $0 (03-24-2016 - IN)

Alexander Dupree v. State of Indiana

During the evening of October 28, 2013, Dupree, Trae Spells, Michael Pugh,
Adrian Anthony, and Demetre Brown were “hanging out” at an apartment
near the intersection of 38th and Meridian Streets in Indianapolis. Tr. p. 968.
At the apartment, the group was “chilling, smoking, and drinking.” Tr. p. 970.
Spells indicated that he personally smoked marijuana and “Spice[.]” Tr. ... More...
   $0 (03-24-2016 - IN)

Jennifer L. Frink v. State of Indiana

In January 2013, Frink became employed by the School Corporation as a
secretary in the athletic office at Shelbyville High School (the “High School”). Court of Appeals of Indiana | Opinion 73A05-1507-CR-761 | March 24, 2016 Page 2 of 11
In early May 2014, a teacher at the High School overheard students discussing
the “sexual, inappropriate relationship” that was going on between F... More...
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Xavier Barac Lopez a/k/a Xavier Lopez v. The State of Texas

Octavio Arriaga, a witness for the State, testified that he was the manager of a
Dairy Queen where appellant worked and that appellant’s responsibilities included,
among other things, cleaning the bathrooms of the Dairy Queen. Arriaga stated that one
evening after the store closed, he found an iPod in the men’s bathroom, and when he
“opened” the iPod to determine its ownership... More...
   $0 (03-24-2016 - TX)

Richard D. Croslin v. State of Indiana

On March 8, 2014, Croslin sought emergency medical treatment at Schneck
Medical Center in Jackson County. Hospital staff put him in a room. Croslin,
who was accompanied by a companion, left his room and went to the nurses’
break room. While his companion served as a lookout, Croslin stole personal
property including a cell phone, an iPod, and clothing from the nurses’ locker... More...
   $0 (03-24-2016 - IN)

Khalil Reeves v. State of Indiana

On November 21, 2014, Tyler Gutierrez was at his job managing a clothing
store located in Castleton Square Mall in Indianapolis. When Gutierrez
returned to the store after taking a break, he saw a man later identified as
Reeves shopping with another man and two women.
[4] As Gutierrez spoke with his subordinates, he watched Reeves walk toward the
store’s exit carrying two... More...
   $0 (03-24-2016 - IN)


Anthony Copley appeals following his Alford plea1 to first-degree theft,
exercising control over stolen property, in violation of Iowa Code sections
714.1(4) and 714.2(1) (2013). After asking the court to find him guilty under the
Alford decision, and after telling the court, “you do the crime, you do the time,”
Copley has had a change of heart. He now claims his attorney was... More...
   $0 (03-23-2016 - IA)


Pursuant to a plea agreement, Derik Otero pleaded guilty to and was
convicted of burglary in the third degree, theft in the first degree, criminal
mischief in the fifth degree, and possession of a controlled substance, third or
subsequent offense. In exchange for his guilty pleas, the State agreed to dismiss
numerous other charges filed against Otero. The plea agreement also ... More...
   $0 (03-23-2016 - IA)

STATE OF IOWA, Plaintiff-Appellee, vs. TANYA LYNN CODER

On May 31, 2014, at approximately three o’clock in the morning, a
Muscatine County deputy sheriff pulled over a vehicle after observing the rear
license plate was not illuminated. The deputy approached the driver, now known
to be Tanya Coder, and told her there was no license plate light on the vehicle.
Coder responded, “Oh. I have been drinking.” And she had been; field s... More...
   $0 (03-23-2016 - IA)


Isiac Brown was found guilty of theft in the fourth degree following a bench
trial. He was sentenced to serve 180 days in the county jail. He appeals,
claiming the district court’s findings of fact do not support his conviction.1
At trial, the victim testified as to the value he placed on three firearms
Brown had stolen.2 In the findings of fact, the district court stated... More...
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At approximately 9:30 a.m. on Saturday, April 19, 2014, Clark met up with
a friend in the alley behind Clark’s apartment. Clark shared the apartment with
his ex-wife, Nickole Butler,2 whose current husband was in prison. Clark and his
friend spent “a couple of hours” in the alley drinking from a pint of Hennessy
cognac before relocating to a nearby barbershop, where they cont... More...
   $0 (03-23-2016 - IA)


In its ruling affirming Griffin’s convictions on direct appeal, our court set
forth the following facts surrounding the incident leading to Griffin’s arrest:
On August 17, 2008, a Kentucky Fried Chicken store was robbed after it closed for the night. As employee Jodi Carter was walking to her car, she was accosted by a man with a gun. He forced her to unlock the restaurant door. Aft... More...
   $0 (03-23-2016 - IA)

Fest Edwards vs. State of Missouri

Edwards pled guilty to felony second-degree burglary and misdemeanor stealing arising
out of an incident on January 30, 2011, where Edwards knowingly and unlawfully entered a
building in the City of St. Louis for the purpose of committing a theft. Edwards stole a washer, a
dryer, and a furnace, and some piping and ductwork from the property. Edwards was sentenced
to twelve ye... More...
   $0 (03-23-2016 - MO)

Larry F. Mitchell v. State of Louisiana, Department of Transportation and Development, et al

At approximately 8:24 p.m, on the stormy evening of November 14,
2007, Larry Mitchell and a passenger traveled west on U.S. Highway 80
(West California Avenue) in the City of Ruston (“City”), Louisiana, when a
large pine tree fell across the roadway onto the front of Mitchell’s vehicle,
crushing the front windshield. The falling tree also caused a telephone pole
to fall. Mitc... More...
   $0 (03-23-2016 - LA)

Amos Sifuentes v. The State of Texas

Complainant testified that, on February 21, 2014, he contacted appellant regarding an advertisement for a cell phone. Appellant and complainant agreed to meet in a grocery store parking lot to conduct the sale. Upon arriving at the parking lot, complainant exited his vehicle and approached appellant’s vehicle. Appellant remained in his vehicle, with the transmission in drive. Appellant handed comp... More...   $0 (03-23-2016 - TX)

Timothy Allen Wilson a/k/a Timothy Wilson v. State of Mississippi

¶1. After a jury convicted Timothy Wilson of receiving stolen property, the Circuit Court of Warren County sentenced him, as a habitual offender, to serve ten years in the custody of the Mississippi Department of Corrections (MDOC) and ordered him to pay a $10,000 fine. On appeal, Wilson raises three issues, restated as follows: (1) whether the circuit court

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properly instr... More...
   $0 (03-22-2016 - MS)

Statewide Renovation & Supplies, Inc. v. Christopher C. Ryker

Norman, OK - Statewide Renovation & Supplies, Inc. sued Christopher C. Ryker on a breach of contract theory claiming:

1. The Plaintiff, Statewide Renovation & Supplies, Inc., is an Oklahoma Corporation, doing business in the state of Oklahoma; the Defendant, Christopher C. Ryker, is a resident of Cleveland County, Oklahoma; the cause of action complained of herein arose in Cleveland Count... More...
   $1 (03-22-2016 - OK)

Statewide Renovation & Supplies, Inc. v. Christopher C. Ryker

Norman, OK - Statewide Renovation & Supplies, Inc. sued Christopher C. Ryker on a breach of contract theory claiming:

1. The Plaintiff, Statewide Renovation & Supplies, Inc., is an Oklahoma Corporation, doing business in the state of Oklahoma; the Defendant, Christopher C. Ryker, is a resident of Cleveland County, Oklahoma; the cause of action complained of herein arose in Cleveland Count... More...
   $0 (03-22-2016 - OK)


Following a trial de novo in the Law Division, defendant
Emil M. Marin appeals from the Law Division's finding of guilt
of the disorderly persons offense of hindering his own detention
by lying to the police about having a middle name, in violation
of N.J.S.A. 2C:29-3(b)(4); and the petty disorderly persons
offense of criminal trespass on posted railroad property, in
... More...
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The defendant, Lorenzo Adams, appeals from the judgment of conviction, rendered following a trial to the court, of attempt to commit larceny in the sixth degree in violation of General Statutes §§ 53a-491 and53a-125b2 andbreachofpeaceintheseconddegree in violation of General Statutes § 53a-181.3 On appeal, thedefendantclaimsthatthestateadducedinsufficient evidence to sustain his conviction of both... More...   $0 (03-22-2016 - CT)

United States of America v. Adel Afkarian and Atef Afkarian

San Diego, CA - Real Estate Brokers Imprisoned for Scheme to “Wash” Title to Million-Dollar San Diego Homes

Brothers and former San Diego real estate brokers Adel Afkarian and Atef Afkarian were sentenced to prison for their role in a fraudulent “debt elimination” scheme that purported to eliminate the mortgages on several million-dollar homes in San Diego.

U.S. District Judge Jo... More...
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United States of America v. Karen “Kevin” Galstian

San Diego, CA - Man Sentenced to More Than Eight Years in Prison for two Fraud Schemes, Including one that Cost Verizon $17 Million

The owner of a Glendale-based ride-sharing business was sentenced in federal court to more than eight years in prison in two separate fraud cases, including one involving the sale of more than 30,000 Apple iPhones fraudulently obtained from Verizon Wireless ... More...
   $0 (03-22-2016 - CA)


The defendant, Ronaldo Morales, appealsfromthejudgmentofconviction,renderedafter a jury trial, of strangulation in the second degree in violation of General Statutes § 53a-64bb, unlawful restraint in the first degree in violation of General Statutes § 53a-95 (a), threatening in the second degree in violation of General Statutes § 53a-62 (a) (1), and assault in the third degree in violation of Gene... More...   $0 (03-21-2016 - CT)

Montana Cannabis et al. v. State Of Montana

This is the State’s second appeal from the First Judicial District Court’s
injunctions preventing implementation of certain provisions of the Act. Montana
Cannabis Industry Association v. State, 2012 MT 201, 366 Mont. 224, 286 P.3d 1161
(hereafter MCIA I). The Act repealed the 2004 Medical Marijuana Act (2004 Act)—
which was established by voter initiative (I-148)—and replaced... More...
   $0 (03-21-2016 - MT)

Robert L. Kroenlein Trust By and Through Deborah Alden, Successor Trustee, and Chugwater Brewing Company, Inc., a Wyoming Corporation Gary v. Bruce Kirchhefer, Commodore Bar, Inc., Rick L. Bowen, Silver Dollar Bar of Lusk, Llc., and Larry H. Halligan

J&B Package Liquor (J&B) is a liquor store located in Torrington, Wyoming. J&B was originally owned by the Robert L. Kroenlein Trust (Kroenlein Trust), and prior to November 2004, was operated and managed by Robert Kroenlein and his wife, Betty Kroenlein. In November 2004, both Robert and Betty Kroenlein passed away and their daughter, Deborah Alden, became the successor trustee of the Kroenlein... More...   $0 (03-21-2016 - WY)

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