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The State of Texas v. Terri Sanders SECOND COURT OF APPEALS, FORT WORTH, TEXAS

Sanders was travelling on the wrong side of the road on the night of
October 23, 2015, when she struck another vehicle head-on. The collision
resulted in the deaths of two individuals and serious injury to another. The State
charged Sanders with two counts of intoxication manslaughter and one count of
intoxication assault. Later, Sanders filed a motion to suppress the result... More...
   $0 (12-16-2017 - )

F. R. and J. R. v. Texas Department of Family and Protective Services

Appellants F.R. (“Felix”) and J.R. (“Jane”) appeal from the trial court’s order
terminating their parental rights regarding two children, J.R. (“Tiffany”) and J.R. (“Erin”).1
Appellants challenge the order claiming trial-court procedural errors, ineffective assistance of trial
counsel, legal and factual insufficiency of the evidence, and denial of due process. For the reasons
that ... More...
   $0 (12-15-2017 - TX)

STATE OF LOUISIANA V. ROBERT SINEGAL AKA, ROBERT SENEGAL Man leads state police on high-speed chase in Acadiana

On September 25, 2015, agents with the Louisiana Department of
Corrections, Office of Probation and Parole, as well as officers from the Kaplan
Police Department and members of the canine unit, arrived at a residence to
execute a parole warrant on Robert Sinegal. After the officers located him and
collected evidence inside the residence, the State charged the defendant, Robert... More...
   $0 (12-14-2017 - LA)

Brian Christopher Keith v. The State of Texas Murder trial of Hardin man accused of revenge killing of baby ends with hung jury

The complainant N.K., born on May 31, 2013, was the infant daughter of S.K.1
While Keith was listed on N.K.’s birth certificate as the father, it was uncontroverted
that he was not the biological father of the child. During an extended period of
absence from the home by Keith, S.K. had an affair with another man, which
produced the child. There was testimony at trial that Keith... More...
   $0 (12-12-2017 - TX)

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA v. BRAYAN GOMEZ United States Court of Appeals For the Second Circuit

This appeal arises out of a traffic stop of Defendant‐Appellant 2
Brayan Gomez.  During surveillance in connection with a heroin‐3
trafficking investigation in Hartford, Connecticut, officers observed 4
Gomez  commit  several  traffic  violations  and  stopped  his  car.  5
During  the  five‐minute  traffic  stop,  the  officers  prolonged  the 6
seizure ... More...
   $0 (12-08-2017 - CT)

State of Minnesota vs. Tara Renaye Molnau Minnesota Supreme Court

In April 2015 law enforcement applied for a warrant to search the home of N.Z.
because police believed N.Z. was selling methamphetamine out of his home. The warrant
application sought permission to search the premises and N.Z. for drugs and evidence of
drug trafficking. The warrant application also indicated that police believed that a woman,
M.L.D., resided at the premises w... More...
   $0 (12-06-2017 - MN)

STATE OF IOWA vs. HUNTER NATHANIAL FRESCOLN

Ankeny Police Officer Jake Cusack initiated a traffic stop of the vehicle
Frescoln was driving on the night of August 12, 2016. During the stop, Officer
Cusack observed signs that Frescoln was intoxicated, and Frescoln admitted he
had consumed two beers. While Frescoln performed field sobriety tests, Officer
Cusack observed more signs that Frescoln was intoxicated. Frescoln ... More...
   $0 (12-06-2017 - IA)

Trey Sims v. Kenneth E. Labowitz and Claiborne Richardson United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit

In 2014, David E. Abbott, a detective with the Manassas City Police Department
in Virginia, investigated allegations that 17-year-old Trey Sims used his cellular
telephone to send sexually explicit photographs and video recordings of himself to his
15-year-old girlfriend. During the course of the investigation, Abbott obtained a search
warrant authorizing photographs of Sims’ naked... More...
   $0 (12-05-2017 - VA)

State of Tennessee v. Melvin Brown

This case concerns a December 6, 2011 car accident involving injuries to a third party that occurred in Memphis, Tennessee. The Defendant, who caused the accident, refused the officer’s request to submit to a blood test to determine his blood alcohol concentration, and his blood was taken, without a warrant and over his objections, pursuant to Tennessee Code Annotated section 55-10-406(f)(1)(Supp... More...   $0 (12-04-2017 - TN)

THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK v STEPHEN BROOKS, Also Known as LAY LOW State of New York Supreme Court, Appellate Division Third Judicial Department

Defendant, using a confidential informant as a go-between, sold crack cocaine to a police officer on two occasions in 2013. The confidential informant facilitated the sales by ferrying the drugs and buy money between adjacent hotel rooms, with defendant in one and investigators in the other. The investigators placed
defendant under arrest soon after the second sale was consummated. He was th... More...
   $0 (12-03-2017 - ny)

Joyce Bartholomew v. Youtube, LLC

We are asked in this case to decide whether a musician stated a claim for libel per
quod against the popular video viewing Web site, YouTube. When YouTube decided to
block access to Joyce Bartholomew’s video, it posted a statement that the video had
violated YouTube’s terms of service, a statement which also provided a hyperlink to a list
of examples and tips, a list YouTube called... More...
   $0 (12-03-2017 - CA)

United States of America v. Karim Baratov, a/k/a “Kay,” a/k/a/Karim Taloverov, a/k/a Karim Akehmet Tokbergenov Northern District of California Federal Courthouse - San Francisco

San Francisco, CA - Canadian Hacker Who Conspired With And Aided Russian FSB Officers - Pleads Guilty
FSB Tasked Prolific Hacker to Target Webmail Accounts on Behalf of Russian Government

Karim Baratov, a/k/a “Kay,” a/k/a/Karim Taloverov, a/k/a Karim Akehmet Tokbergenov, pleaded guilty on November 28, 2017 to charges returned by a grand jury in the Northern District of California in ... More...
   $0 (11-29-2017 - CA)

United States of America v. Valentino Johnson Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals Courthouse - San Francisco, California

Valentino Johnson was convicted as a felon in
possession of a firearm, in violation of 18 U.S.C.
§§ 922(g)(1) & 924(e), after an emergency 911 call reporting
4 UNITED STATES V. JOHNSON
an attempted suicide led San Francisco police to discover a
handgun at the apartment where Johnson was temporarily
staying while on parole. Johnson challenges the denial of
two motions to... More...
   $0 (11-27-2017 - CA)

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA -V- PEDRO SERRANO, a/k/a/ “Louis Ortiz” Daniel Patrick Moynihan United States Courthouse New York, New York

On October 30, 2015, the New York Police Department filed a report detailing a
physical assault involving Serrano at an apartment located on 80 East 110th Street (the
“Apartment”). Shortly thereafter, state law enforcement authorities seized 122 cartridges of
ammunition and a bulletproof vest from the Apartment. On November 18, 2015, Serrano
surrendered to authorities to face... More...
   $0 (11-26-2017 - NY)

Hossein Shahbazian v. City of Rancho Palos verdes

Governments speak. They also petition. And they act in
ways that are neither speaking nor petitioning. It is important to
distinguish between the three, because Code of Civil Procedure
section 425.16 (section 425.16) may apply to the first two, but not
the third.
This case concerns whether the City of Rancho Palos
Verdes properly issued a permit for a fence separating twoMore...
   $0 (11-25-2017 - CA)

STATE OF KANSAS V. CASEY L. BECKER

In the spring of 2014, 14-year-old D.M.W., her two siblings, and her mother, J.A., moved in with the Becker family. J.A. was engaged to Curtis Becker. Curtis lived with his mother, Rinel Becker, and his brother, Casey Becker. The house was crowded, so Curtis and J.A. stayed in a bedroom in the basement. D.M.W. and Becker shared another room in the basement that was divided by a sheet. The sheet wa... More...   $0 (11-24-2017 - KS)

Hossein Shahbazian v. City of Rancho Palos Verdes

Governments speak. They also petition. And they act in
ways that are neither speaking nor petitioning. It is important to
distinguish between the three, because Code of Civil Procedure
section 425.16 (section 425.16) may apply to the first two, but not
the third.
This case concerns whether the City of Rancho Palos
Verdes properly issued a permit for a fence separating twoMore...
   $0 (11-22-2017 - CA)

Dontray Walker v. The State of Texas COURT OF APPEALS SECOND DISTRICT OF TEXAS FORT WORTH

In 2012, Walker was dating Abby’s2 mother, Laura, and was living in an
Arlington apartment with Laura, Abby, and three of Laura’s other children. At
15 years old,3 Abby was the oldest of the four children living in the apartment,
and because Laura worked long hours, Abby took on a mothering role to her
siblings so that Laura could catch up on sleep when she was home. Although... More...
   $0 (11-22-2017 - TX)

STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA vs. JOHN ERIC HEMMINGER

On January 7, 2015, at 2:02 a.m., Hemminger called 911 to report that he had just been stabbed in the hand by Richard Hanley and was on his way to the hospital. He said that he had been at Goebel’s home and that someone should go to Goebel’s home because Hanley could still be there. Hanley and Goebel were in a relationship. Law enforcement officers went to Goebel’s home and found her lying on ... More...   $0 (11-22-2017 - SD)

Joshua Brenner v. American Education Services Eighth Circuit Courthouse - St. Louis, Missouri

Joshua Seth Brenner sued American Education Services (AES), allegingviolations of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act, 47 U.S.C. § 227. Brenner appeals the district court’s adverse grant of summary judgment. Having jurisdiction
under 28 U.S.C. § 1291, this court affirms.
Reviewing the record de novo in the light most favorable to the non moving
party, this court concludes that summar... More...
   $0 (11-21-2017 - MO)

In the Matter of Jesse Friedman v. Kathleen M. Rice New York Court of Appeals Hall - Albany, New York

On this appeal we clarify the proper interpretation of section 87 (2) (e) (iii) of our State's Freedom of Information Law (Public Officers Law art 6 [FOIL]), under which a government agency may seek to exempt from public inspection those records, or a portion thereof, "compiled for law enforcement purposes and which, if disclosed, would . . . identify a [*2]confidential source or disclose confiden... More...   $0 (11-21-2017 - )

STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA v. GREGORY ANTHONY GARDNER

The evidence at trial tended to show the following:
On 14 August 2009, Chelsea Sanders (“Sanders”)1 and her boyfriend Terry
Cress (“Cress”) traveled to Washington, N.C. for a weekend getaway at a hotel. After
drinking at the hotel bar, the couple returned to the hotel room at approximately 2:00
a.m. An hour or two later, Sanders had undressed and was lying in bed when she More...
   $0 (11-21-2017 - NC)

BRIAN CHRISTOPHER DUNN v. STATE OF TENNESSEE Tennessee Court of Criminal Appeals

This case arises from evidence a police officer found in a vehicle that the
Petitioner had been driving before it crashed. With regard to this evidence, a Williamson County grand jury indicted the Petitioner for initiating the process to manufacture methamphetamine, driving with a suspended, cancelled, or revoked license, and driving with a suspended, cancelled, or revoked license–6th offens... More...
   $0 (11-20-2017 - TN)

STATE OF OHIO - vs - VINCENT ARTEZ CROFF

{¶1} Appellant, Vincent Artez Croff, appeals his conviction for possession of
cocaine in violation of R.C. 2925.11, a fifth-degree felony with a forfeiture specification.
We affirm.
{¶2} Croff raises four assigned errors:
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{¶3} “[1.] The court erred in dismissing appellant’s motion to dismiss for speedy
trial violation.
{¶4} “[2.] The court erred in overruli... More...
   $0 (11-20-2017 - )

Deterryon Tyrell Kelly v. The State of Texas Kelly found guilty, gets life with no parole in Marshall baby death

In evaluating legal sufficiency, we review all the evidence in the light most favorable to
the trial court’s judgment to determine whether any rational jury could have found the essential
elements of the offense beyond a reasonable doubt. Brooks v. State, 323 S.W.3d 893, 912 (Tex.
Crim. App. 2010) (plurality op.) (citing Jackson v. Virginia, 443 U.S. 307, 319 (1979)); Hartsfield More...
   $0 (11-17-2017 - TX)

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