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Kristen Elizabeth Wagner vs State of Florida

On the night of July 26, 2014, Appellant and her husband got into an argument
that turned violent. Appellant had been drinking (she said she had two rum-and
cokes; he said she had as many as five), and the husband claimed that she was the
aggressor. However, the husband admitted that during the argument, he held
Appellant down on the bed, pushed her to the floor, and took her ... More...
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STATE OF MONTANA v. FREDERICK THOMAS OFFENKRANTZ Montana Supreme Court

In August 2013, a Montana Highway Patrol Trooper stopped Offenkrantz’s
vehicle on Interstate 90 near Rock Creek because the trailer he was pulling had a
burned-out tail light. The Trooper asked Offenkrantz for his license and insurance
information, noting that he exhibited “cotton mouthed” speech and he avoided eye
contact. The Trooper gave Offenkrantz a warning for the tail li... More...
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STATE OF MONTANA v. MURRY KIM REYNOLDS

On November 19, 2014, Reynolds was charged by Information in Ravalli County
with felony DUI and two misdemeanors: Failure To Have Liability Insurance In Effect
and Failure To Drive On The Right Side Of The Roadway. On March 5, 2015, Reynolds
and the State entered into a plea agreement, in which the State agreed to drop the
misdemeanors and Reynolds would plead guilty to the fe... More...
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Rory C. Flynn v. United States Securities and Exchange Commission Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals - Richmond, Virginia

In May 2013, Rory Flynn was fired from his position at the Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC,” or the “Commission”). Flynn claims that his supervisor terminated him in reprisal for raising concerns about his section’s alleged chronic inefficiency. Seeking redress under a provision of the Whistleblower Protection Enhancement Act, 5 U.S.C. § 2302(b)(8), Flynn filed suit. An Administrative Jud... More...   $0 (12-30-2017 - MD)

Gustavo Wahlenberg v. The State of Texas Jury convicts Montgomery County man, 73, of murder in self-defense trial

Wahlenberg was charged by indictment for killing Patrick Kelly by shooting
him with a firearm. Wahlenberg pleaded not guilty to the charge and the case was
tried to a jury, where Wahlenberg asserted self-defense and defense of a third party.
Wahlenberg lived with his disabled long-term girlfriend, Brenda1, in a mobile
home on a large rural tract of property in Montgomery Count... More...
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Florentino Richard Gonzales v. The State of Texas 100-year sentence in sex case

During the summer of 2006, the alleged victim, I.L., lived with her grandmother
Petra and Gonzales, who was married to Petra at the time. The three of them sometimes slept in
a house and sometimes in an RV parked near the house. The offenses for which Gonzales was
convicted all allegedly occurred that summer, when I.L. was about six years old.
At Gonzales’s trial, which took plac... More...
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STATE OF IOWA vs. ABEL QUIJAS, JR. Quijas found guilty of attempted murder of Oelwein police officer

The Oelwein Police Department received notice of a package to be
delivered to an address flagged for possible drug activity. The package contained
a toy, which concealed a half-pound of methamphetamine. Officers took the
package to the address. Abel Quijas, Sr. answered the door. The officers
identified themselves and told him what was inside the package. Quijas, Sr. said... More...
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STATE OF OHIO v. Eugene C. Hector

In January 2016, appellant was indicted on one count of aggravated robbery, pursuant to R.C. 2911.01, two counts of robbery, pursuant to R.C. 2911.02, and one count of tampering with evidence pursuant to R.C. 2921.12. The aggravated robbery and robbery counts each carried a three-year firearm specification.1 Appellant entered a plea of not guilty. The case proceeded to a jury trial, where plain... More...   $0 (12-23-2017 - OH)

In re Patti J. Wagner, as Guardian of Jenny Wagner, an Incapacitated Adult

Real parties in interest, Four J’s Community Living Center, Inc. (“Four J’s) and Anthonia Uduma (“Uduma”), have filed motions for rehearing and for en banc reconsideration of our April 27, 2017 opinion. We deny the motion for rehearing, but withdraw our opinion and issue the following opinion in its stead. Because we issue a new opinion in connection with the denial of rehearing, the motion for en... More...   $0 (12-18-2017 - TX)

Brandon Powers v. The State of Texas

The Junction Police Department dispatched an officer one evening to respond to a reported
domestic disturbance. When the officer arrived at the scene, Josette McAnelly reported Powers
had killed her puppy by repeatedly slamming the puppy’s head against a door jamb. Powers was
thereafter indicted for cruelty to animals, and the case proceeded to a jury trial. The jury found
Powe... More...
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United States of America v. Anthony Tyrone Johnson Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals - Elbert P. Tuttle Federal Courthouse - Atlanta, Georgia

Anthony Tyrone Johnson appeals the denial of his 18 U.S.C. § 3583(e)(1) motion for early termination of supervised release. He contends that the District Court abused its discretion by summarily denying his motion without explanation. Section 3583(e)(1) requires courts to consider several § 3553(a) sentencing factors when terminating a term of supervised release. The issue before us is whether, an... More...   $0 (12-15-2017 - FL)

United States of America v. Jamil Cross District of Maryland Federal Courthouse - Baltimore, Maryland

Baltimore, MD - Laurel Man Sentenced To 4 Years In Federal Prison For Illegal Gun Possession Depicted On Social Media

United States District Judge George L. Russell III sentenced Jamil Cross, age 27, of Laurel, Maryland to 4 years in prison, followed by three years of supervised release, for illegally possessing a firearm. Judge Russell imposed an additional consecutive term of 9 months ... More...
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DANIEL P. PARKER v. STATE OF KANSAS Murder in the First Degree

A Riley County jury convicted Daniel Parker of felony murder; the underlying felony offense was criminal discharge of a firearm. Parker was sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole for 20 years. After his direct appeal was denied, he filed a habeas corpus claim alleging ineffective assistance of counsel. He claimed that his trial attorney's representation had been deficient be... More...   $0 (12-08-2017 - KS)

State of Tennessee v. Coynick Boswell Suspected drug dealer convicted of murdering client

The defendant was convicted by a jury of first-degree murder on October 26, 2016. This case arises out of an altercation at the Eden Point Apartments in Memphis, Tennessee on August 23, 2013. The defendant confronted the victim on the stairway of
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the apartment complex. The defendant, armed with a handgun, accused the unarmed victim of giving him counterfeit money. The ... More...
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STATE OF TENNESSEE v. DALE ALBERT GRECA Tennessee Court of Criminal Appeals

On May 6, 2015, the victim, Stanley Foust, was employed by the City of LaFollette within the Public Works Department and was tasked with mowing the rightof-way along Central and Jacksboro Pike. That day, the victim was working alone, driving a city owned, white Jeep Cherokee, and towing a trailer with a zero turn mower on it.
At some point during his work day, the victim stopped at the West... More...
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Dennis Meadows v. State of Indiana Indiana Court of Appeals >

The relevant facts as discussed in Meadows’s direct appeal follow:
Jeremy Hubble (“Hubble”) attended a classmate’s party at Raccoon Lake in Parke County. After attending the party, Hubble told his uncle, Meadows, that there was a golf cart at the house where the party was held. In the early morning hours of February 8, 2006, Meadows drove Hubble out to the house where the party had taken pl... More...
   $0 (12-07-2017 - IN)

United States of America v. Walid H. Abdulla District of Nevada Federal Courthouse - Las Vegas, Nevada

Las Vegas, NV - Man Sentenced To Over 6 1/2 Years In Prison For Committing Two Armed Robberies One Week Apart

A Las Vegas man was sentenced on December 5, 2017 to 67 months in prison and three years supervised release in connection with two armed robberies committed one week apart.

Walid H. Abdulla, 65, pleaded guilty to one count of bank robbery and one count of interference wit... More...
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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...
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United States of America v. Hogo Morales Southern District of Texas Federal Courthouse - Corpus Christi, Texas

Corpus Christi, TX - Trucker Sent to Prison for Trafficking 33 Kilograms of Cocaine

A 46-year-old Edinburg man has learned his fate following his involvement in a conspiracy to possess with the intent to distribute cocaine. Hugo Morales pleaded guilty Aug. 3, 2017, admitting he conspired with others to distribute 33 kilograms of cocaine.

Senior U.S. District Judge Janis Graham Ja... More...
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STATE OF NEW JERSEY v. ALSAMIR T. BROWN

Following a four-day jury trial, defendant Alsamir Brown was
convicted of second-degree unlawful possession of a weapon,
namely, an assault firearm, N.J.S.A. 2C:39-5(f); fourth-degree
unlawful possession of a defaced firearm, N.J.S.A. 2C:39-3(d); and
fourth-degree unlawful possession of a large capacity ammunition
magazine, N.J.S.A. 2C:39-3(j). He was sentenced to an aggr... More...
   $0 (12-04-2017 - NJ)

In Re: K.C. and A.G.

{¶1} Appellant Mother appeals the judgment of the Lorain County Court of Common
Pleas, Juvenile Division, that granted legal custody of her children K.C. and A.G. to Paternal
Great Aunt and Uncle (“Aunt” and “Uncle”). For the following reasons, this Court affirms.
I.
{¶2} Mother is the biological mother of K.C. (d.o.b. 12/15/11) and A.G. (d.o.b.
8/22/15). Father is the biologic... More...
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David Richard Sizemore v. Nancy A. Berryhill United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit

David Sizemore applied for disability benefits from the Social Security
Administration in July 2011, claiming that he was disabled due to diabetes and bipolar
disorder. After his application was denied by an administrative law judge (“ALJ”), who
found that Sizemore was not disabled, and review was denied by the Appeals Council, he
commenced this action in the district court. The di... More...
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Toby Jay Mayes v. The State of Texas Armed sexual assailant sentenced to life in prison

The complainant in this case was a twenty-three year old male at the time of the
offense. Although the complainant is an adult, he is mentally slow and still lived at
home with his parents because he was unable to provide for himself. The complainant
obtained a “middle school level” of education.
Appellant and the complainant became acquainted through contact at the bicycle <... More...
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Margaret Faye Litchfield v. The State of Texas The widow of a Coryell County man who was murdered in January 1999 has been charged with murder.

The bloody and lifeless body of Raymond Litchfield was found in his Copperas County1
home in 1999. In an attempt to find his murderer, investigators interviewed his widow, Margaret
Faye Litchfield, along with family, friends, and neighbors. Due to the initial lack of evidence
pointing to a particular person as perpetrator, the investigation of Raymond’s death was declared
a c... More...
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Willie Renard Anderson v. The State of Texas Texas Fifth Court of Appeals, Dallas Texas

Katherine Dunn was assaulted on December 6, 2014, in the trailer she lived in on
Murdock Road. Following the assault, Dunn knocked on the door of a house down the street
from the trailer, and the neighbor called 911. The neighbor relayed to Dunn questions posed by
the 911 operator about what had occurred, and Dunn responded that she had been stabbed and
“some black guy” beat ... More...
   $0 (11-30-2017 - TX)

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