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STATE OF NEW JERSEY VS. JOSEPH G. GELLENE

The record discloses the following facts and procedural
history. The prosecutor called the victim, D.H., and several
other witnesses to testify in its case. Defendant did not
present any witnesses and he did not testify on his own behalf.
In 2006, defendant was a tennis instructor at the Murray
Hill Health and Racquet Club (MHHRC). He taught group tennis
classes f... More...
   $0 (07-27-2016 - NJ)

STATE OF CONNECTICUT v. BILLY RAY WRIGHT

This certified appeal requires us to consider a defendant’s rights and obligations when he seeks to advance a theory of defense that the police investigation into the crimewith which he was charged was inadequate. The state appeals from the judgment of the Appellate Court, which reversed the judgment of conviction of the defendant, Billy Ray Wright, of murder and remanded the case for a new trial.... More...   $0 (07-27-2016 - CT)

Bay Point Properties, Inc. f/k/a BP Properties, Inc. v. Mississippi Transportation Commission and Mississippi Department of Transportation

In 1952, the Mississippi State Highway Commission, MTC’s predecessor, acquired
an easement over certain property of Wallace Walker for “all highway purposes” by an
agreed judgment.3 The property was used to reconstruct a bridge spanning the Bay of St.
Louis, between Pass Christian and Bay St. Louis, after the bridge had burned in 1948.4 After
Hurricane Katrina destroyed the bridge ... More...
   $0 (07-26-2016 - MS)

Richard White a/k/a Toney Buck a/k/a Richard Delaine White v. State of Mississippi

[Newell and Johanna Inman lived] in Lambert, Mississippi, . . . in Quitman County. On Sunday, January 29, 2012, Newell and Johanna drove to Okolona, Mississippi, to visit a sick relative in the hospital. It was dark when they arrived home a little after 7 p.m. Newell was driving, and Johanna was in the front passenger’s seat. As they approached their home, Newell and Johanna both noticed that a... More...   $0 (07-26-2016 - MS)

United States of America v. Joseph David Robertson

Missoula, MT - Basin Man Sentenced to 18 Months for Clean Water Act Violations and Destruction of U.S. Property

Joseph David Robertson, 77, was sentenced to eighteen months in prison and three years’ supervised release for unauthorized discharge of pollutants into waters of the United States and injury or depredation of United States property. Robertson must also pay $129,933.50 in rest... More...
   $0 (07-26-2016 - MT)

State of Oklahoma, ex rel. Department of Transportation v. Thomas F. Rivet, Karen A. Rivet and Board of County Commissioners of Comanche County

Lawton, OK - The State of Oklahoma, ex rel. Department of Transportation sued Thomas F. Rivet, Karen A. Rivet and Board of County Commissioners of Comanche County on eminent domain theories seeking to acquire by condemnation certain rights, title and interested in real property owned by the Rivets located in Comanche County, Oklahoma for public use.

The Commissioners appointed by the Cour... More...
   $30000 (07-25-2016 - OK)

United States of America v. Terrance Barimah

Boise, ID - When A Federal Judge Tell You To Show Up - You Better Do It

Terrance Barimah, 28, of Lawrenceville, Georgia, was sentenced for failure to appear for sentencing and illegal possession of device-making equipment. Chief U.S. District Judge B. Lynn Winmill sentenced Barimah to 70 months in prison and three years supervised release. Barimah was indicted by a federal grand jury in... More...
   $0 (07-25-2016 - ID)

State of Tennessee v. Patrick Wayne Evans

This case involves a car crash resulting in the death of Ralph Calendine, (―the victim‖). A Williamson County grand jury indicted the Defendant for three counts of vehicular homicide, charged alternatively, vehicular assault by impairment, and possession of a firearm while under the influence of alcohol. The State and the Defendant entered a plea agreement that provided for the Defen... More...   $0 (07-25-2016 - TN)

State of Tennessee v. David Leo Pipes

This appeal stems from the theft of a diamond ring. The defendant was charged with one count of theft of property over $1000 but less than $10,000, a Class D felony. Following trial, a jury found the defendant guilty. Based on two prior felony convictions, the trial court sentenced the defendant as a Range II, multiple offender, to six years with a
thirty-five percent release classification. ... More...
   $0 (07-25-2016 - TN)

State of Tennessee v. Demetrius J. Pirtle and Cordarius R. Maxwell

The victims, six young adults, decided to take a detour in an area of Jackson that they believed was dangerous. They encountered two men who robbed them of money and of a firearm and who then shot numerous times into the victims‟ vehicle.
On July 18, 2013, Erin Dillard, who was eighteen years old at the time, invited some friends to her parents‟ home in Milan, Tennessee, wh... More...
   $0 (07-25-2016 - TN)

United States of America v. Nicholas Jacobson and Matthew Jacobson

Eugene, OR - Heroin Dealers Sentenced to Prison

Nicholas Jacobson and his twin brother Matthew Jacobson, 30, of Jackson County Oregon, were sentenced to prison on Wednesday, July 20, 2016, by U.S. District Judge Ann Aiken for conspiracy to distribute 100 grams or more of heroin. Nicholas Jacobson was sentenced to 97 months in prison, and Matthew Jacobson was sentenced to 78 months in pri... More...
   $0 (07-25-2016 - OR)

William Hunter v. State of Indiana

On May 8, 2014, Hunter, who had been convicted of Burglary, as a Class B
felony, in 2004, attempted to pawn several shotguns and rifles that had
apparently been reported as stolen as the result of a burglary. Police arrested
Hunter, and on May 29, 2014, the State charged Hunter with Possession of a
Firearm by a Serious Violent Felon. On July 17, 2014, the State amended the More...
   $0 (07-24-2016 - IN)

George Dixon v. State of Indiana

On the afternoon of September 10, 2012, police officers from the Vigo County
Drug Task Force met with a confidential informant at a staging area to organize
a controlled buy of cocaine from Dixon. Martin Dooley, the lead detective,
had the informant call Dixon to arrange the purchase of $100 worth of cocaine.
Detective Dooley searched the informant’s clothing and car, which s... More...
   $0 (07-24-2016 - IN)

Victor Karp v. State of Indiana

On December 4, 2014, Billy Buckingham lived in Lawrenceburg. Buckingham
was sixty-one years old at the time and used a walker. He kept two small safes
near a window in his bedroom. He also kept a very large whisky bottle full of
loose change near the same window. Buckingham estimated that he had about
$100 in coins in that bottle.
[4] Around 4:00 p.m., Jessica Hopkins,... More...
   $0 (07-23-2016 - IA)

Hector Antonio Rios v. The State of Texas

After receiving a tip from a confidential informant that narcotics were being sold at a northeast Houston residence, the Houston Police Department began surveilling the property. Officers observed numerous people coming and going from the residence and proceeded to complete a controlled buy in which officers successfully purchased methamphetamine. Officers subsequently obtained a search warrant wi... More...   $0 (07-22-2016 - TX)

Joe J. Gracia v. The State of Texas

Pasadena Police Officer Danny Slack stopped appellant’s vehicle around midnight on July 7, 2014, after observing appellant driving without illuminating his taillights.1 Officer Slack approached appellant’s vehicle and informed appellant that he had stopped him because he was driving without taillights. Appellant presented Officer Slack with a Texas Identification Card. When Officer Slack asked ... More...   $0 (07-22-2016 - TX)

Jonathan Young v. The State of Texas

On March 16, 2014, law enforcement officers were conducting surveillance on an apartment complex in an area known to be used to distribute large amounts

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of cocaine. The targets of the investigation were two brothers, Gilberto and Pedro Escalante. Surveillance team members Jeffrey Vincent of the Drug Enforcement Agency, Marshum Sinegal of the Houston Police Department, and James ... More...
   $0 (07-22-2016 - TX)

United States of America v. Delvin Phuong Pham

Honolulu, HI - Operator of Chinatown Game Rooms Sentenced To 37 Months Imprisonment

Delvin Phuong Pham, a.k.a. "Kevin Pham," age 49, was to 37 months in prison for operating illegal gambling businesses and conspiring to bribe an agent of an organization receiving federal funds. Pham’s sentence also included forfeiture of over $96,000, personal property and 14 illegal gambling machines. Ph... More...
   $0 (07-21-2016 - HI)

United States of America v. Andrew Helton

Los Angeles, CA - Oregon Man Sentenced to Prison for Hacking into Hundreds of E-Mail Accounts and Stealing Personal Photos Belonging to Victims

An Oregon man was sentenced to six months in federal prison for a computer hacking scheme that gave him illegal access to 363 Apple and Google e-mail accounts, including those belonging to members of the entertainment industry in Los Angeles.
... More...
   $0 (07-21-2016 - CA)

Walter B. Saner v. BridgeTex Pipeline Company, LLC

BridgeTex is a limited liability company engaged in the location and construction of a pipeline in Texas for the transportation of crude petroleum. The pipeline is intended to transport crude petroleum from the Permian Basin to the Texas Gulf Coast. In January 2013, the Texas Railroad Commission designated BridgeTex as a common carrier and granted it a T-4 permit. Pursuant to its designation as... More...   $0 (07-21-2016 - TX)

Nicole Attocknie v. Shannon Smith and Kenneth Cherry

Muskogee, OK - Common Law Wife Settles Civil Rights Claim Against Seminole County Sheriff

Nicole Attocknie sued Seminole County Sheriff Shannon Smith on civil rights violation theories under 42 U.S.C., 1983 claiming that Drug Court Officer Kenneth Cherry violated the civil rights of Aaron Palmer when he shot him to death while attempting to arrest Randall Palmer. Cherry a Drug Court offi... More...
   $1 (07-21-2016 - OK)

United States of America v. Jennifer Maldonado and Jorge Maldonado

Tallahassee, FL - Family Members Convicted of $1.2 Million Tax Refund Fraud Conspiracy

After a six-day trial, a federal jury convicted Jennifer Maldonado, 29, and her father Jorge Maldonado, 52, both of Oviedo, Florida, of conspiracy, wire fraud, theft of government property, and aggravated identity theft. Co-conspirators Sharon Glover and Diane White, both 54 of Sanford, Florida, pled g... More...
   $0 (07-20-2016 - FL)

Pondersosa Pine Energy, LLC, Nixon Peabody, LLP, and Shannon, Gracey, Ratliff & Miller, LLP v. Illinova Generating Company n/k/a Illinova Corporation

Illinova and other entities (the Sellers) sold their interests in a power plant to Enron North
America Corp. pursuant to a Purchase Agreement. Enron subsequently assigned its rights under
the Purchase Agreement to Ponderosa. Ponderosa borrowed over $200 million from eight banks
to finance the purchase.
When a dispute arose between Ponderosa and the Sellers, Ponderosa invoked... More...
   $0 (07-19-2016 - TX)

Bertha Mancilla v. The State of Texas

Appellant was indicted for the offense of possession with intent to deliver cocaine in an
amount of four grams or more, but less than 200 grams. Although no written motion to suppress
appears in the record, the trial court held a hearing on the issue of whether to suppress evidence
obtained in a warrantless search of appellant’s home. At the hearing, Garland Police Officer
Cr... More...
   $0 (07-19-2016 - TX)

Tramayne Davis v. The State of Texas

Delfino Cruz Sr. and his son, Delfino Cruz Jr., drove into the parking lot of their
apartment complex after work one night. They noticed appellant standing nearby and thought he
looked “very suspicious.” Cruz Jr. was ahead of his father as they walked to the apartment.
Appellant approached Cruz Sr., pointed a gun at his temple, and demanded his money. When
appellant tried t... More...
   $0 (07-19-2016 - TX)

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