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United States of America v. Sarah Elizabeth Coffelt Federal Courthouse - Seattle, Washington

Seattle, WA - Former Bookkeeper Who Embezzled more than $750,000 from Orcas Island Couple Sentenced to Prison - Trusted with Bank Accounts and Credit Cards, she used Couple’s Money for her Personal Expenses for more than Ten Years

A former resident of Eastsound, Orcas Island, Washington was sentenced July 20, 2017 in U.S. District Court in Seattle to 33 months in prison and three years of... More...
   $0 (07-20-2017 - WA)

Isaiah Christopher Roberts v. The State of Texas Longview capital murder suspect requests private investigator

A Gregg County jury found Isaiah Christopher Roberts guilty of capital murder for the
shooting deaths of Kimberly Rayson and Chanda Martin. Roberts was sentenced to the mandatory
punishment of life imprisonment without parole.1
On appeal, Roberts argues that (1) the jury’s verdict of guilt is not supported by legally
sufficient evidence, (2) the trial court erred in denying ... More...
   $0 (07-20-2017 - TX)

Timothy Edward Strong v. The State of Texas Sixth Court of Appeals, Texarkana, Texas

The evidence in Timothy Edward Strong’s Dallas County1 jury trial for murder2 told a story
that Strong (a) had drinks with friends at a bar, (b) went with others to an apartment where he took
a “very large hit” of marihuana and possibly other drugs from a bong or water pipe, (c) showed
signs thereafter of being paranoid and “in his own world,” (d) jumped into a stranger’s vehicle in... More...
   $0 (07-20-2017 - TX)

Gayle S. Cummings v. Jennifer Dessel

Defendants Jennifer Dessel and her daughter, Emily Seal, were half-owners of an
investment property; plaintiff Gayle S. Cummings owned the other half. After disputes
arose, Cummings sued seeking partition of the property. Following a bench trial, and
over the objection of Dessel and Seal, the court ordered partition of the property by the
appraisal method—that is, each half-owner c... More...
   $0 (07-20-2017 - CA)

Shephard Mapolisa v. The State of Texas FIFTH COURT OF APPEALS IN DALLAS

Appellant and his wife had been separated for three years when appellant agreed to let
her stay in his apartment temporarily. One evening, they got into a heated discussion about
appellant’s romantic involvement with another woman. Appellant became angry, jumped over
an ottoman and on top of Wife, and “grabbed, clawed, scratched, and pulled at her” while
attempting to throw h... More...
   $0 (07-19-2017 - TX)

Shephard Mapolisa v. The State of Texas

Appellant and his wife had been separated for three years when appellant agreed to let
her stay in his apartment temporarily. One evening, they got into a heated discussion about
appellant’s romantic involvement with another woman. Appellant became angry, jumped over
an ottoman and on top of Wife, and “grabbed, clawed, scratched, and pulled at her” while
attempting to throw h... More...
   $0 (07-19-2017 - TX)

Anthony Rodriguez v. City of Doral and Juan Carlos Bermudez

“A wise man once said a true history of the world is a history of great
conversations in elegant rooms.”1 Whether or not that may be accurate, a true
history of the United States would be incomplete without a history of great
political conversations, wherever they might have occurred. And great political
conversations could not exist in the absence of the First Amendment. So the Fi... More...
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Nykerion Nealon v. The State of Texas Dallas teen gets 38 years for murdering Iraqi immigrant who was enjoying first snowfall

Nealon and three friends—Quantarius Collins, Darrion “Black” Scott, and Desmond
Onery—were in the parking lot of the Walnut Bend Apartments to “shoot a gun.” An AK-47
was fired multiple times, hitting a pickup truck, the car next to the truck, a nearby fence, and a
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box sitting by a dumpster.1 One of the rounds hit a Walnut Bend resident, Al-Jumaili, in the
chest, an... More...
   $0 (07-19-2017 - TX)

The State of Texas v. George David Ringer FIFTH COURT OF APPEALS IN DALLAS

On June 7, 2011, appellee was indicted for theft of property and misapplication of
fiduciary property with aggregate values of $200,000 or more in each case. The indictment for
the theft offense alleged appellee,


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did pursuant to one scheme and continuing course of conduct, unlawfully appropriate property, i.e., acquire and exercise control over property other t... More...
   $0 (07-19-2017 - TX)

State of Florida v. Larry Perry Osceola County Courthouse - Kissimmee, Florida

Kissimmee, FL - Jury Convicts Father of First-Degree Murder and Aggravated Child Abuse

The State of Florida charged Larry Perry, age 33, with first-degree murder and aggravated child abuse in the death of Ayden Perry, age 3 months.

The Defendant testified that he told everybody that he needed help, that he was under stress and he was not used to caring for a child.

The a... More...
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United States of America v. Heon-Cheol Chi Federal Courthouse - Los Angeles, California

Los Angeles, CA - Director of South Korea's Earthquake Research Center Convicted of Money Laundering in Million Dollar Bribe Scheme

The Director of South Korea’s Earthquake Research Center at the Korea Institute of Geoscience and Mineral Resources (KIGAM) was convicted yesterday following a four-day jury trial of laundering bribes that he received from two seismological companies based in... More...
   $0 (07-19-2017 - CA)

County of Los Angeles v. Allegheny Casualty Company

Under Penal Code section 1305.4,1 a surety may move to
extend a defendant’s appearance period by 180 days upon a
showing of good cause. The trial court in this case granted an
extension of 174 days, but denied a second extension motion.
On appeal, Allegheny Casualty Company argues it is entitled to
an extension for the remaining six days. Because more than 180
days had pass... More...
   $0 (07-18-2017 - CA)

Rene Hernandez v. The State of Texas In The Court of Appeals Fifth District of Texas at Dallas

On February 19, 2014, a covert, or undercover, member of the Dallas Police
Department’s Crime Reduction Team (the CRT) saw a silver Mercedes leaving the location of an
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illegal game room. The officer was familiar with the Mercedes because the CRT had “arrested
an individual” out of the vehicle the previous week. The officer followed the vehicle to a duplex
on Petain ... More...
   $0 (07-18-2017 - TX)

Curtis Scott Crenwelge v. The State of Texas A high-speed chase crossed three counties and ended with a rollover accident and one man in custody.

On August 17, 2012, Crenwelge pled no contest to aggravated assault and stipulated to the
use or exhibition of a deadly weapon, i.e., a firearm. TEX. PENAL CODE ANN. § 22.02(a)(2) (West
2011). The second degree felony aggravated assault was enhanced to a first degree felony based
on Crenwelge’s prior felony conviction for robbery in 2011. TEX. PENAL CODE ANN. § 12.42(b)
(Wes... More...
   $0 (07-18-2017 - TX)

Richard D. Sibert v. Wells Fargo Bank, N.A.

While serving in the U.S. Navy, Richard Sibert obtained a loan secured by a
mortgage to purchase a house in Virginia Beach, Virginia. Soon after his discharge from
the Navy, he defaulted on the loan, and the lender began foreclosure proceedings. During
those proceedings, however, and before any foreclosure sale was held, Sibert enlisted in
the U.S. Army. The lender continued to pur... More...
   $0 (07-18-2017 - VA)

United States of America v. Ronald Rodis and Charles Wayne Farris United States District Court for the Southern District of California - Santa Ana, California

Santa Ana, CA - Two California Men Sentenced to Prison for Their Roles in Fake Law Firms That Promised to Help Struggling Homeowners

Two Orange County, California men were sentenced yesterday in U.S. District Court in Santa Ana, California to serve 41 and 47 months in prison, respectively, for their roles in a multi-million dollar fraudulent mortgage modification scheme posing as a succe... More...
   $0 (07-18-2017 - CA)

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)

United States of America v. Casey Padula Federal Courthouse - Tampa, Florida

Tampa, FL - Florida Businessman Sentenced to Prison for Conspiring to Commit Tax and Bank Fraud - Concealed Approximately $2.5 Million in Secret Belize Accounts

A Florida businessman was sentenced July 17, 2017 to 57 months in prison in U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Florida for conspiring to commit tax and bank fraud.

According to documents filed with the court, ... More...
   $0 (07-18-2017 - FL)

State of Washington v. Tyree William Jefferson

Tyree Jefferson appeals his conviction for attempted first degree
murder, first degree assault, and unlawful possession of a firearm. Jefferson raises ten
issues on appeal, including: (1) the trial court erred in denying his Batson' challenge
after the State used a peremptory challenge to strike the only African American
venireperson, (2) the trial court violated the appearance of ... More...
   $0 (07-17-2017 - WA)

Michael Segaline v. State of Washington

The doctrine of qualified immunity shields a government official
from civil liability and money damages unless the plaintiff shows violation of a
constitutional right that is clearly established at the time of the challenged conduct. The
Washington State Department of Labor and Industries and Regional Safety and Health
Coordinator William Alan Croft appeal the jury verdict in favor... More...
   $0 (07-17-2017 - WA)

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)

Rolland Jacks v. City of Santa Barbara

Pursuant to an agreement between Southern California Edison (SCE) and
defendant City of Santa Barbara (the City), SCE includes on its electricity bills to
customers within the City a separate charge equal to 1 percent of SCE‟s gross
receipts from the sale of electricity within the City, and transfers the revenues to
the City. The City contends this separate charge, together w... More...
   $0 (07-17-2017 - CA)

Raymond Steven Morales v. The State of Texas Texas Second District Court of Appeals

Appellant was Angelica’s2 stepfather. Angelica first met Appellant when
her mother, Marie, started dating him when Angelica was 11 or 12 years old.
Marie and Appellant married in January 1997, at which time Marie and Angelica
moved into an apartment with Appellant and his biological daughter, Janie.
Marie’s older sister, Linda, also lived with the family at that time; she mo... More...
   $0 (07-16-2017 - 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)

MICHAEL LORENCE v. THE STATE OF TEXAS Second Court of Appeals in Fort Worth, TX

On August 18, 2012, Nancy Howard was shot in the head as she exited
her vehicle in the garage of her Carrollton home upon returning from church.
Although she lost an eye, suffered damage to her mouth, throat, and brain,
suffered a collapsed lung because the bullet lodged itself in her lung, and lost the
use of her right arm and fingers, after 18 days in the hospital, multiple ... More...
   $0 (07-15-2017 - TX)

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