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STATE OF KANSAS v. ELLIOTT MAURICE KYLES MoreLaw Suites - Legal Suites and Virtual Offices - Downtown Tulsa-- Best Places In Downtown Tulsa To Practice Law

On June 2, 2013, Reginald Johnson parked his black SUV in a convenience store parking lot near 38th Street and Leavenworth Road in Wyandotte County, Kansas. After exiting the SUV, Johnson looked up and saw a man wearing a light-blue hooded sweatshirt with the hood up and his hand inside the sweatshirt pocket. Johnson saw the man get out of an SUV parked directly in front of the store. As the man c... More...   $0 (09-18-2018 - KS)

STATE OF KANSAS v. SERGIO GUERRA Sooner Cannabis Consultants

On March 24, 2016, D.B.—an adult female—was working at a convenience store on Richards Drive in Manhattan. Around 10 p.m., Guerra entered the store and began making flirtatious comments and harassing D.B. This went on for several minutes before Guerra eventually left the store. About an hour and a half later at the end of her shift, D.B. left the convenience store and went to her car.

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DEJUAN A. BELL v. STATE OF KANSAS MoreLaw Performance Marketing If It Does Not Work, It Is Free!

The district court summarily denied Dejuan A. Bell's motion for habeas corpus relief based on the motion and the court's files and records. Bell appeals, asking us to remand the case with directions to hold an evidentiary hearing on his motion. When we are presented with an appeal from a summary denial of such a motion, this court is in the same position as the district court and will review the m... More...   $0 (09-18-2018 - KS)

TODD JAMES HART v. STATE OF FLORIDA

An evidentiary hearing was held with regard to allegations that Appellant violated his probation. At the conclusion of the hearing, the court found and orally announced that Appellant violated his probation by failing to report to his officer, failing to complete substance abuse treatment, drinking alcohol heavily, and committing home-invasion robbery as well as resisting police without viole... More...   $0 (09-17-2018 - FL)

CURTIS LEE ROGERS v. STATE OF FLORIDA

During the pendency of the charges brought against Rogers, defense counsel filed a motion to determine Rogers’s competency. The trial court granted the motion and appointed an expert to conduct an evaluation. Following the evaluation, the expert opined that Rogers was competent to proceed. Defense counsel disagreed and requested that a second evaluation be conducted. The State did not object. The ... More...   $0 (09-17-2018 - FL)

Antonio Antwan Williams vs State of Florida

Antonio Antwan Williams challenges his multiple convictions arguing the trial court erred in denying his pre-trial motion to exclude from trial any evidence regarding a dispute between Appellant and his wife. The State opposed the motion arguing the domestic dispute was inextricably linked to the charged offenses, and the trial court agreed. The issue is preserved for our review, see section 90.... More...   $0 (09-17-2018 - FL)

State of Tennessee v. Kaylecia Woodard

On June 16, 2014, the defendant, Anthony Smith, and Timeya Harris robbed the Grocery and Tobacco Market in Knoxville, Tennessee. The defendant was the getaway driver while Mr. Smith entered the store and Ms. Harris acted as the look-out. In 2015, a 09/13/2018 -2 Knox County jury convicted the defendant of two counts of aggravated robbery. The criminal gang enhancement statute was used to incr... More...   $0 (09-17-2018 - TN)

State of Tennessee v. Maurice Gray MoreLaw Suites - The Best Place In Tulsa To Practice Law MoreLaw Suites - Legal Suites and Virtual Offices The Best Places In Downtown Tulsa To Practice Law 406 South Boulder and 625 South Denver - 582-3993

On February 12, 2015, the Shelby County Grand Jury indicted Defendant on charges of aggravated robbery, aggravated burglary, employing a firearm during the commission of a dangerous felony, convicted felon in possession of a firearm, convicted felon in possession of a handgun, and evading arrest. Jury trial Marcus Merriweather, the victim, testified that he had been previously convicted of posse... More...   $0 (09-17-2018 - TN)

COMMONWEALTH vs. FERNANDO PEREZ MoreLaw Suites - The Best Place In Tulsa To Practice Law

In Commonwealth v. Perez, 477 Mass. 677, 688 (2017) (Perez I), we determined that the juvenile defendant, 2 Fernando Perez, received a sentence for his nonhomicide offenses that was presumptively disproportionate under art. 26 of the Massachusetts Declaration of Rights in that the time he would serve prior to parole eligibility exceeded that applicable to a juvenile convicted of murder. We th... More...   $0 (09-16-2018 - MA)

STATE OF OHIO vs. MICHAEL BUEHNER

In July 2002, a jury found Buehner guilty of two counts of murder and one
count of attempted murder in connection with the shooting death of Jerry Saunders on
May 24, 2001. Lawone Edwards testified at trial that shortly before the shooting, he and
Saunders were selling crack cocaine to passing motorists near the corner of Marah
Avenue and East 93rd Street in Cleveland when a b... More...
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STATE OF OHIO vs. CHRISTOPHER R. LODWICK

Appellant, Christopher Lodwick, was indicted in the Scioto
County Court of Common Pleas on May 12, 2017, for one count of burglary,
a second-degree felony in violation of R.C. 2911.12(A)(1) and (D). The
indictment also included a repeat violent offender specification pursuant to
R.C. 2941.149. A superseding indictment was filed on September 5, 2017,
amending the burglary... More...
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State of Iowa v. Saivon Isaiah McGruder

The district court convicted Saivon McGruder of robbery in the first degree
and theft in the first and third degrees. The district court sentenced McGruder to
concurrent terms of incarceration for each offense. McGruder challenges these
convictions on appeal, contending the district court erred in denying his motion for
substitute counsel and his convictions must be vacated a... More...
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LANCE BROOKS vs. STATE OF IOWA

The jury was instructed the State would have to prove several elements of
first-degree robbery, including: “The Defendant or the person(s) the Defendant
aided and abetted was armed with a dangerous weapon.” The jury also was
instructed the State would have to prove several elements of first-degree burglary,
including: “During the incident the Defendant or the person(s) he aide... More...
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The People of the State of California v. Jose Luis Nuñez Torres El Cajon Superior Courthouse - San Diego County, California

San Diego, CA - Jury Convicts Defendant of First-Degree Murder

The People of the State of California charged Jose Luis Nuñez Torres with first-degree murder, robbery, burglary and auto theft in conjunction with the shooting death of Leticia Arroyo, age 34, in her home.... More...
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State of Oklahoma v. Donald Ray Cowans, a/k/a Donald R. Cowens MoreLaw Suites Legal Suites and Virtual Offices In Downtown Tulsa 624 South Denver 918-398-5678 or Pat@morelaw.com

Tulsa, OK - The State of Oklahoma charged Donald Ray Cowans, a/k/a Donald R. Cowens with:

Count # 1. Count as Filed: HM11, MURDER - FIRST DEGREE, in violation of 21 O.S. 701.7
Date of Offense: 01/16/2017
Party Name Disposition Information
COWANS, DONALD RAY
Count # 2. Count as Filed: ABDGR, ASSAULT WITH A DANGEROUS WEAPON, in violation of 21 O.S. 645
Date of Off... More...
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DAVID EUGENE MADDOX vs. STATE OF IOWA MoreLaw Suites - The Best Place In Tulsa To Practice Law

We previously stated the facts of this case on Maddox’s first appeal:
[Maddox], co-defendant Jeremy Gibler, and the victim were riding around together on December 17, 2009, after having spent time together drinking at the home of Gibler’s aunt and then going to the home of a person [Maddox] knew. [Maddox] was driving, Gibler was in the back seat, and the victim was in the passenger’s seat. ... More...
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Ronald Eugene Cockrell v. The State of Texas MoreLaw Suites - The Best Place In Tulsa To Practice Law

Appellant, Ronal Eugene Cockrell, pleaded guilty without an agreed
recommendation from the State to the offense of aggravated robbery. Following a
sentencing hearing, the trial court sentenced appellant to twelve years’ imprisonment.

This sentence is within the applicable range.1 The trial court certified that this was
not a plea-bargain case, and that appellant had the r... More...
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STATE OF OHIO v. DAWUD SPAULDING

In the early morning of December 15, 2011, Mr. Spaulding shot and paralyzed
Patrick Griffin while he was leaving a house on Grant Street. Merely hours later, Mr. Spaulding
shot and killed both Erica Singleton and Ernie Thomas outside of the same house. Mr.
Spaulding was arrested the following day. After a jury trial, Mr. Spaulding was convicted of two
counts of aggravated mu... More...
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STATE OF OHIO -vs- MARK G. HAYES

On July 21, 2017, Appellant Hayes was indicted on one count of
Kidnapping, in violation of R.C. §2905.01(A)(2), a felony of the first degree; one count of
Robbery, in violation of R.C. §2911.02(A)(2), a felony of the second degree; and, one
count of Robbery, in violation of R.C. §2911.02(A)(3), a felony of the third degree.
{¶3} On January 30, 2018, a jury trial commenced in ... More...
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STATE OF OHIO v. ROSS M. MCWAY

McWay had been in a relationship with Wendy Jeffers (“Jeffers”) for
about one year as of January, 2017. Tr. 261, 364-365. In 2016, McWay was
incarcerated, awaiting a trial scheduled on a charge not related to this present case.
Tr. 249. An inmate incarcerated with McWay, Casey Smith (“Smith”), later
testified at trial that Jeffers visited McWay at the jail on January 1, 201... More...
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STATE OF OHIO vs. TAUREICE PATTERSON

The state indicted Patterson after a shooting in Avondale where the
victim had been struck in the knee by a bullet and left in the street. The victim had
identified Patterson and DeMarcio (“Marcio”) Peck as the assailants to police, and
the police eventually apprehended Patterson four months after the shooting while
driving a stolen vehicle. Prior to trial, Patterson moved to... More...
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United States of America v. Jesus Manuel Almanza District of New Mexico Federal Courthouse - Albuquerque, New Mexico

Albuquerque, NM - Albuquerque Man Pleads Guilty to Federal Bank Robbery Charge

Jesus Manuel Almanza, 23, of Albuquerque, N.M., pled guilty on September 6, 2018 in federal court to a bank robbery charge. Almanza entered the guilty plea without the benefit of a plea agreement.

The FBI arrested Almanza in April 2018, on a criminal complaint charging him with robbing the Wells Fargo... More...
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United States of America v. Dillon McCandless District of Idaho Federal Courthouse - Pocatello, Idaho

Pocatello, ID - Blackfoot Man Sentenced to 105 Months in Prison for Sage Hill Casino Robbery

Dillon McCandless, 28, of Blackfoot, was sentenced on August 31, 2018 to 105 months in prison for the July 2017 robbery of the Shoshone-Bannock Tribes’ Sage Hill Casino, U.S. Attorney Bart M. Davis announced. Chief U.S. District Judge B. Lynn Winmill also ordered that McCandless serve five years ... More...
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STATE OF KANSAS v. MICHAEL DWAYNE GEORAGE MoreLaw Suites - Legal Suites and Virtual Offices - Downtown Tulsa-- Best Places In Downtown Tulsa To Practice Law

Georage's appeal stems from his convictions in two criminal cases—16CR149 and 16CR311. In February 2016, the State charged Georage in 16CR149 with one count each of aggravated robbery, aggravated battery, aggravated assault, attempted aggravated kidnapping, and battery. In March 2016, the State charged Georage in 16CR311 with three counts each of forgery and theft by deception. We consolidated the... More...   $0 (09-10-2018 - KS)

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA v. KEVIN TERRELL PETERSON

Peterson also challenges his sentence of 48 months’ imprisonment imposed for being a felon in possession of a firearm, in violation of 18 U.S.C. § 922(g)(1). The district court concluded that Peterson’s prior conviction for firstdegree robbery was a “crime of violence” as that term is defined by U.S. Sentencing Guidelines (“Sentencing Guidelines” or “U.S.S.G.”) section 4B1.2(a) which, along with ... More...   $0 (09-10-2018 - WA)

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