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United States of America v. Benjamin James McGrigg Southern District of Mississippi - Federal Courthouse - Jackson, Mississippi Morelaw Internet Marketing National Find A Lawyer Directory 888-354-4529

Jackson, MS - Jackson Man Pleads Guilty to Commercial Driver’s License Fraud

Benjamin James McGrigg, 43, of Jackson, pled guilty on August 17, 2018 before Chief U.S. District Judge Daniel P. Jordan III to commercial driver’s license fraud, announced U.S. Attorney Mike Hurst and Department of Transportation, Office of Inspector General Regional Special Agent in Charge Marlies Gonzalez.
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United States of America v. Torry Williams, a/k/a "Toon Trill" Northern District of Florida Federal Courthouse - Tallahassee, Florida

Tallahassee, FL - Tampa Rap Artist Sentenced to 3 Years for Tax Fraud

Torry Williams, 24, of Tampa, who performs as a rap artist under the name “Toon Trill,” was sentenced today to 36 months in federal prison after pleading guilty on March 30, 2018, to theft of government money and aggravated identity theft. The sentence was announced by Christopher P. Canova, United States Attorney for ... More...
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United States of America v. Lateasha Monique Perry Middle District of Florida Federal Courthouse - Ocala, Florida

Ocala, FL - Marion County Woman Pleads Guilty To SNAP Fraud And Theft Of Government Funds

Lateasha Monique Perry (34, Ocala) pleaded guilty on August 20, 2018 to three counts of Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) fraud and two counts of theft of government funds. Perry faces a maximum penalty of 5 years in federal prison on each of the fraud charges and up to 10 years’ impri... More...
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United States of America v. Sandy Acosta and Amalia Rodriguez Eastern District of Pennsylvania Federal Courthouse - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Philadelphia, PA - Two Additional Defendants Sentenced to Prison in Conspiracy That Looted Money from Nonprofit Mental Health Clinic

Two former employees of the Juniata Community Mental Health Clinic in Philadelphia were sentenced on August20, 2018, for their roles in the conspiracy led by Renee Tartaglione, the former head of the nonprofit mental health clinic, to take money from the cli... More...
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A.L. v. Walt Disney Parks and Resorts, US, Inc. Middle District of Florida Federal Courthouse - Orlando, Florida

This is a consolidated appeal of 30 separate lawsuits. Most plaintiffs-appellants are individuals with severe autism. Defendant-appellee is Walt Disney Parks and Resorts US, Inc. (“Disney”), a division of The Walt Disney Company.
In separate lawsuits, plaintiffs filed claims alleging that Disney, at six of its theme parks, fails to accommodate their disabilities, in violation of Title III of t... More...
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Larry Burkes v. Damon Robertson

The Labor Commissioner (Commissioner) issued an award in favor of Larry
Burkes, an employee of Damon Robertson (doing business as All Ways Delivery) for
unpaid overtime wages, penalties, and interest. Robertson filed a timely pro se notice of
appeal in the Solano County Superior Court, but he failed to post a statutorily required
undertaking (an appeal bond or cash deposit in the a... More...
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McClendon Harrison, II v. The State of Texas

Jermaine Gray, Clifford Gray, and Appellant were involved in a violent assault against an individual. Initially, Jermaine and the victim engaged in an altercation. During that altercation, Appellant provided Jermaine with a firearm. Jermaine then shot the victim several times causing the victim’s death. The State issued an arrest warrant for Appellant, and Appellant turned himself into authorit... More...   $0 (08-20-2018 - TX)

Cameron Anthony Marson v. The State of Texas

The question in this appeal is whether double jeopardy bars prosecution for the offense of aggravated assault of a public servant when the accused has already been convicted of the same offense in an adjacent county; here, the accused discharged a firearm toward two troopers during a pursuit that spanned both counties. The answer to the question depends upon the allowable unit of prosecution. Pr... More...   $0 (08-20-2018 - TX)

Michael S. Edrington v. The State of Texas

The State proceeded to trial on three counts: Count One charged Edrington with
continuous sexual abuse of his daughter, and Counts Two and Three charged him with
indecency by sexual contact.1 The dates in Counts Two and Three were included within
the range of dates alleged in Count One. After resting its case, the State waived Count
One and proceeded only on Counts Two and T... More...
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Galen Dwayne Baugus v. The State of Texas

After the guilt-innocence phase of his trial, a jury found Galen Dwayne
Baugus guilty of sexually assaulting Mary,1 a child. See Tex. Penal Code Ann. §
22.021(a)(1)(B) (West Supp. 2017). After a punishment hearing, the jury found that

1 We refer to the child the jury found Baugus guilty of assaulting with a pseudonym, t... More...
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Juan Martinez v. The State of Texas

On November 26, 2015, Elizabeth Lopez and her common law husband, Lincoln
Flores, went to Lincoln’s sister’s house to have drinks. About thirty minutes after arriving,
Elizabeth left to go home and work on cooking Thanksgiving dinner. Later, Lincoln’s
sister, Victoria, called Elizabeth and told her that she needed to come pick up Lincoln.
When Lincoln entered the vehicle, he... More...
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Leonard Mornes v. The State of Texas

Appellant shot and killed Jacqueline Armstead and Brigitte Manning at his home in Dallas,
Texas on July 8, 2015. Armstead’s fifteen-year-old daughter Ja’Kaline Evans testified appellant,
Manning, and Armstead were “hanging out,” smoking crack cocaine, and drinking beer at
Armstead’s house that afternoon. Appellant, Manning, and Armstead left together after an hour
or an hour ... More...
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William James Crenan v. The State of Texas

Evidence at trial showed that Crenan was the owner of C4 Cattle, Inc. and an “order
buyer” for the Ty Jones Cattle Company. As an order buyer, he brokered the sale of cattle by filling
orders. Generally, Crenan would find cattle from a rancher and make an offer to buy the cattle on
behalf of a feedlot. Crenan would then ship the cattle from the rancher, receive the cattle at Ty Jone... More...
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Larry D. Lincoln; Brad C. Mosbrucker v. BNSF Raiway Company District of Kansas Federal Courthouse - Topeka, Kansas

Several years after a tank car spill accident, Larry D. Lincoln and Brad C.
Mosbrucker (collectively “Appellants”) advised BNSF Railway Company (“BNSF”)
that medical conditions attributable to the accident rendered them partially,
permanently disabled and prevented them from working outdoors. Upon learning of
Appellants’ alleged medical conditions, BNSF removed Appellants from serv... More...
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United States of America v. Luis Enrique Damazo, a/k/a Luis Enrique Cassinelli Northern District of Oklahoma Federal Courthouse Tulsa, Oklahoma

Oklahoma City, OK - Oil and Gas Repairman Sentenced to 33 Months for $450,000 False Invoice Scheme

Luis Enrique Damazo, also known as Luis Enrique Cassinelli, 54, of Oklahoma City, has been sentenced to 33 months in prison for defrauding a Texas company of more than $450,000 through fictitious invoices, announced Robert J. Troester, Acting U.S. Attorney for the Western District of Oklahom... More...
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United States of America v. Steven Dykes, Pasquale Rubbo, and Angela Monaco District of Colorado Federal Courthouse - Denver, Colorado Morelaw Internet Marketing National Find A Lawyer Directory 888-354-4529

Denver, CO - Three More Florida Residents Sentenced in $6,000,000 Investment Fraud

Steven Dykes, age 61, of Fort Lauderdale, Florida, Pasquale Rubbo, age 51, of Coral Springs, Florida, and Angela Monaco, age 45, of Coconut Creek, Florida, were sentenced on August 16, 2018 by U.S. District Court Judge R. Brooke Jackson for their role in a six-million-dollar investment fraud. The sentences... More...
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Ron Hacker as Trustee, etc. v. Homeward Residential, Inc.

Ron Hacker (Hacker), as successor trustee to the 1713
Stearns LaVerne Family Trust (Stearns), sued Homeward
Residential, Inc., (Homeward) formerly known as American
Home Mortgage Servicing, Inc. (AHMSI); Sand Canyon
Corporation, formerly known as Option One Mortgage
Corporation (Sand Canyon); Western Progressive, LLC (Western
Progressive); Deutsche Bank National Trust Compa... More...
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The KDR suspended Reinschmidt's driving privileges as a result of his breath test failure on February 12, 2015. Reinschmidt challenged his suspension, and the KDR affirmed the suspension after an administrative hearing. Reinschmidt sought judicial review in the Wyandotte County District Court.

The district court held a trial de novo on February 9, 2017. At trial, Reinschmidt stipulated ... More...
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On January 21, 2016, the State charged North with one count each of aggravated burglary, burglary, felony theft, and misdemeanor theft. When the complaint was filed, North was serving a prison sentence in Missouri. In March 2016, North completed a request under the Agreement to dispose of the charges pending against him in Kansas. North's request was filed in Wyandotte County District Court on Mar... More...   $0 (08-19-2018 - KS)

United States of America v. George G. Larsen Eastern District of California Federal Courthouse - Sacramento, California

Sacramento, CA - Member of Nevada City-Based Conspiracy Sentenced to 10 Years in Prison for Multimillion Dollar Bank and Title Fraud Scheme

George B. Larsen, 56, formerly of San Rafael, was sentenced to 10 years and one month in prison and ordered to pay $1,759,100 in restitution for his role in a fraudulent mortgage elimination scheme.

On December 6, 2017, Larsen was convicted ... More...
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Jeffrey and Cynthia Sugarbaker hired Arnold, owner of Premier Lawncare (Premier), in late May 2015. Arnold agreed to install a yard irrigation system, cut, seed, and provide four fertilizer treatments to the Sugarbaker's lawn from June to September. In exchange, the Sugarbaker's agreed to pay $3,160. They paid a total of $1,843—half up front and one monthly payment—per their contract with Premier.... More...   $0 (08-19-2018 - KS)


Irineo Garcia appeals the district court's denial of his motion to withdraw his no-contest pleas to three counts attempted second-degree murder. Based on those pleas, the district court convicted Garcia of the attempted murder of his three children, who were then four, six and seven. The district court sentenced Garcia to serve 294 months in prison.

Well after sentencing, Garcia moved ... More...
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The police-citizen encounter here involves four Topeka Police officers—two riding bicycles and two in patrol cars—meeting up with one man asleep in a car with its engine running and music playing so loudly it could be heard several blocks away. Once the driver awakened, the situation deteriorated rapidly and the scene suddenly became dangerous, almost deadly. The police officers' body cameras reco... More...   $0 (08-19-2018 - KS)


In April 2014, at around 10 p.m. on a Sunday, Deputy Kristopher Casper saw a vehicle with its lights on and door open, parked at the back of the Bluebird bar. He believed the vehicle belonged to Linda Berning, who ran the Bluebird. He was not concerned at that time. He had met Berning before. But he knew the Bluebird was closed on Sundays. A short time later, Deputy Casper saw the vehicle leave th... More...   $0 (08-19-2018 - KS)

Eva Moore v. John Urquhart Western District of Washington Federal Courthouse - Seattle, Washington

This is a class action challenging the constitutionality of
a Washington statute that allows tenants to be evicted from
their homes without a court hearing. Plaintiffs seek
declaratory and injunctive relief against the Sheriff of King
County, whose office enforces the challenged statute by
executing the eviction orders. The district court dismissed
the action with prejudice... More...
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