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UNITED STATES OF AMERICA v. JOHN FRANCIS LEY UNITED STATES COURT OF APPEALS FOR THE THIRD CIRCUIT

John Francis Ley pleaded guilty in the United States District Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania to a single count of being a convicted felon in possession of a firearm and ammunition, in violation of 18 U.S.C. § 922(g)(1). According to the presentence investigation report prepared by the United States Probation Office, Ley sustained a 2006 conviction for felony aggravated assault in ... More...   $0 (12-03-2017 - PA)

Joan Kedra v. Richard Schroeter Third Circuit Court of Appeals - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

This case arises from the grievous death of State
Trooper David Kedra, who was shot and killed by his
instructor, then-Corporal Richard Schroeter, during a routine
firearms training. Although a long-term veteran of the police
force and specifically certified in the safe use of firearms,
** Honorable Michael J. Melloy, Senior Circuit Judge,
United States Court of Appeals for... More...
   $0 (12-03-2017 - PA)

THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK v DUONE MORRISON State of New York Supreme Court, Appellate Division Third Judicial Department

In August 2007, defendant was charged by indictment with, among other crimes, attempted murder in the second degree based on the accusation that, with the intent to cause the death of the victim, defendant shot the victim in the head and body on June 10, 2007. Following a jury trial, defendant was convicted of attempted murder in the second degree and another crime, and that conviction was upheld... More...   $0 (12-03-2017 - NY)

The People of the State of New York v. Stan XuHui Li Pain Clinic Doctor Is Sentenced in Overdose Deaths of 2 Patients

Defendant was a physician specializing in pain management. In 2004, he opened a pain management clinic in Queens. According to the People, the clinic was nothing more than a "pill mill" catering to people who were hopelessly addicted to pain medicine, primarily opioids. The People's evidence showed that, despite having been trained in the wide variety of methods for identifying legitimate pain and... More...   $0 (12-02-2017 - NY)

John Jules vs. The State of Florida

The relevant factual allegations, with one notable exception,1 are not in
dispute:
Jules was a citizen of Haiti living in Miami, Florida. In 1993, Jules obtained
legal permanent resident status.
In September 1994, Jules was arrested and was subsequently charged with
seven crimes: three counts of attempted first-degree murder; one count of armed
burglary; one count ... More...
   $0 (12-02-2017 - FL)

James Eric Knight vs. The State of Florida

Knight was charged in Count II of the information with robbery based on the
taking of property “by force, violence, assault or putting in fear . . . in violation of
812.13 Florida Statutes . . . .” These are the elements of a simple robbery, a
second-degree felony under section 812.13(2)(c), Florida Statutes (1977), for
which the maximum sentence is 15 years under section 775.... More...
   $0 (12-02-2017 - FL)

STATE OF KANSAS v. AMI LATRICE SIMMONS

In 2005, Ami Latrice Simmons pled guilty to possession of cocaine with the intent to distribute and to selling cocaine. The district court sentenced her to serve 30 months in prison, and she was paroled in October 2008. While serving her prison sentence, the Kansas Legislature amended the Kansas Offender Registration Act (KORA), K.S.A. 22-4901 et seq., to require drug offenders such as Simmons to... More...   $0 (12-02-2017 - KS)

STATE OF KANSAS v. RICHARD PAUL LANGSTON

On August 3, 2012, Langston and Tony Browning were driving side-by-side on 59th Street towards Leavenworth Road in Wyandotte County. Browning was driving his white SUV with his four-year-old son as a passenger; Langston was driving his blue pickup truck accompanied by his fiancée. Near the entrance to a high school, the left lane of 59th Street—Browning's lane—became a left-turn only lane. Brownin... More...   $0 (12-02-2017 - KS)

STATE OF KANSAS v. CRAIG L. GOOCH

Gooch's convictions arise out of an incident in which he observed M.C. place her groceries in her van and return the grocery cart to the Dillon's grocery store. Meanwhile, Gooch entered M.C.'s van. His entry into the van was captured on Dillon's surveillance camera. M.C. returned to her van and drove out of the parking lot, not knowing Gooch was in the vehicle.

As M.C. drove home, Goo... More...
   $0 (12-02-2017 - KS)

STATE OF KANSAS v. RYAN M. KLAWITER

In 13CR3473, Klawiter pled guilty to one count of aggravated assault and one count of misdemeanor criminal damage to property. On May 13, 2014, the district court sentenced Klawiter to 26 months' imprisonment for the aggravated assault conviction and to a six-month jail term for the criminal damage to property conviction and ordered the sentences to run consecutively. The district court placed Kla... More...   $0 (12-02-2017 - KS)

STATE OF KANSAS v. CHRISTOPHER ALLEN MICHAEL JONES

The state charged Jones with one count of contributing to a child's misconduct and two counts of aggravated indecent liberties with a child after the victim, his 15-year-old girlfriend, was found staying with and engaging in sexual intercourse with Jones, who was 21 years old. Pursuant to a plea agreement, Jones pled guilty to one count of indecent liberties with a child, a severity level 5 felony... More...   $0 (12-02-2017 - KS)

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...
   $0 (12-01-2017 - NC)

Kelly J. Cosgriff and Anito A. Cosgriff v. County of Winnebago Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals Courthouse - Chicago, Illinois

A dog bit a Roscoe Township employee
on Kelly and Anita Cosgriff’s property. After the employee
and the township sued the Cosgriffs, the Cosgriffs
started a petition campaign encouraging taxpayers to notify
the township that its employees should not trespass on private
property.

2 No. 17‐1396

The Cosgriffs’ next property assessment set by the townshipMore...
   $0 (12-01-2017 - IL)

Priscila N. v. Leonardo G.

In this case, we hold the family court has jurisdiction under
Family Code section 6345, subdivision (a) to renew domestic
violence restraining orders (DVROs) initially granted by the
juvenile court, the same conclusion reached by Division Eight of
this district in Garcia v. Escobar (Nov. 15, 2017, B279530) ___
Cal.App.4th ___ [2017 Cal.App. Lexis 1005].) In sum, we
conclude... More...
   $0 (12-01-2017 - CA)

Kristofer Polk v. State of Indiana

Kristofer Polk (“Polk”) was convicted of three felonies. For one of those
felonies, the trial court imposed an eight-year sentence, with six years executed
and two years suspended, and ordered that he serve one year on probation.
Court of Appeals of Indiana | Opinion 49A02-1703-CR-622 | November 30, 2017 Page 2 of 10

The trial court found Polk indigent as to fines and ... More...
   $0 (12-01-2017 - IN)

Kristofer Polk v. State of Indiana

Kristofer Polk (“Polk”) was convicted of three felonies. For one of those
felonies, the trial court imposed an eight-year sentence, with six years executed
and two years suspended, and ordered that he serve one year on probation.
Court of Appeals of Indiana | Opinion 49A02-1703-CR-622 | November 30, 2017 Page 2 of 10

The trial court found Polk indigent as to fines and ... More...
   $0 (12-01-2017 - IN)

Matthew C. Foster v. State of Indiana Court of Appeals of Indiana

The facts most favorable to the verdict reveal that in early 2010, Foster, who
was then twenty-eight years old, began a sexual relationship with J.D., then
fourteen years old. J.D. eventually moved in with Foster and the two lived
together for five years. In January 2015, J.D. moved out and disclosed the

1 Foster does not appea... More...
   $0 (12-01-2017 - IN)

Matthew C. Foster v. State of Indiana

The facts most favorable to the verdict reveal that in early 2010, Foster, who
was then twenty-eight years old, began a sexual relationship with J.D., then
fourteen years old. J.D. eventually moved in with Foster and the two lived
together for five years. In January 2015, J.D. moved out and disclosed the

1 Foster does not appea... More...
   $0 (12-01-2017 - IN)

STATE OF LOUISIANA V. KEITH STEWART Fifth Circuit Court of Appeal - State of Louisiana

This is defendant’s third appeal.
In 1982, defendant was convicted by a jury of second degree murder in
violation of La. R.S. 14:30.1. 1 The trial judge sentenced defendant to life
imprisonment at hard labor, without benefit of parole, probation, or suspension of
sentence. The Louisiana Supreme Court affirmed defendant’s conviction and
sentence on September 8, 1983. St... More...
   $0 (12-01-2017 - LA)

STATE OF LOUISIANA V. FABIAN CELESTINE Sex offender may get up to 99 years even as child recanted

On December 2, 2015, the St. Charles Parish District Attorney filed a bill of
information charging defendant, Fabian Celestine, with oral sexual battery in
violation of La. R.S. 14:43.3(A)(1).1 Defendant pled not guilty at his arraignment.
On March 15, 2016, a unanimous twelve-person jury found defendant guilty
as charged and, further specifically found that the victim had ... More...
   $0 (12-01-2017 - LA)

STATE OF LOUISIANA V. CHARLES E. NELSON Fifth Circuit Court of Appeal - State of Louisiana

On February 1, 2016, the Jefferson Parish District Attorney filed a bill of
information charging defendant, Charles E. Nelson, with possession with intent to
distribute cocaine in violation of La. R.S. 40:967 A (count one); possession with
intent to distribute hydrocodone in violation of La. R.S. 40:967 A (count two);
possession with intent to distribute Alprazolam in violation... More...
   $0 (12-01-2017 - LA)

ZERIKA WILLIAMS Vs. CALVIN E. WILLIAMS, M.D. AND CHERYL H. WILLIAMS, M.D. State of Louisiana Court of Appeal, Fourth Circuit

Plaintiff’s medical malpractice claim arose from surgery performed by
defendant Calvin E. Williams, M.D. (“Dr. Calvin Williams”) on June 13, 2013,
and post-operative care provided thereafter by Dr. Cheryl Williams. On June 4,
2014, Plaintiff filed a complaint for medical malpractice against the two
physicians, and requested a medical review panel from the Commissioner of
... More...
   $0 (12-01-2017 - LA)

State of Louisiana v. Randy C. Marshall The Second Circuit Court of Appeal in Shreveport

The defendant raises three assignments of error with regard to his
sentence. First, he contends the trial court erred in violating his due process
rights by imposing a sentence pursuant to a sentencing scheme that violates
the separation of powers established in the state constitution. Defendant also
contends the trial court erred in denying his motion to modify the sentence ... More...
   $0 (12-01-2017 - LA)

Jhontae LeMark Hudson v. The State of Texas Fourteenth Court of Appeals - Texas Courts

On the evening of October 25, 2013, Natasha Thomas-Strauss was working as a customer service representative at the money center for the Walmart located at Cutten Road and 1960. That evening, a tall, heavyset black man with dreadlocks, a white hard hat, sunglasses, black shirt, and yellow construction jacket approached Natasha at the money center counter. He handed her a note which read: “Just k... More...   $0 (12-01-2017 - TX)

Domenico Taglieri v. Michelle Monasky Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals Courthouse - Cincinnati, Ohio

Our decision in this case is controlled by the 1980 Hague
Convention on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction (“Convention” or “Hague
Convention”), which dictates that a wrongfully removed child must be returned to the country of
habitual residence. Our precedent has demonstrated that where a child lives exclusively in one
country, that country is presumed to be the ch... More...
   $0 (11-30-2017 - OH)

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