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Statute of Limitation Law

After thorough consideration of the entire record before us, including the original record, transcripts, exhibits and briefs, we find that the law and evidence do not require relief.

¶4 We find in Proposition I that the trial court did not abuse its discretion in admitting expert testimony from the State's accident reconstruction witness, Stephens. Day v. State, 2013 OK CR 8, ¶ 4, 303 P.3... More...
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The parties do not dispute the facts of this case. Beginning in May 2009, two investigators with the Johnson County District Attorney's Office began a year-long investigation into Spencer Gifts, LLC, which is a retail business in Oak Park Mall generally open to the public. Over the course of about 30 different visits, the investigators noted that Spencer Gifts displayed various items of a potentia... More...   $0 (07-11-2016 - KS)

Burton P. Lingenfelter v. Lower Elkhorn Natural Resources District

Burton P. Lingenfelter farms in Pierce County, Nebraska.
He owns and operates Dunaway Farm and three other parcels
of land in its immediate vicinity, one of which is called
Rehfeld Farm. Dunaway Farm and Rehfeld Farm are located
within the jurisdiction of the Lower Elkhorn Natural Resources
District (District).
The District’s rules contain restrictions on ground water
i... More...
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United States v. Bouchard

Because the jury found Bouchard guilty of all the charges against 3
him, we view the evidence in the light most favorable to the Government.  4
See United States v. Facen, 812 F.3d 280, 283 (2d Cir. 2016). 5
Bouchard began practicing law in 1988.  In 2001 he opened his own 6
law firm devoted largely to real estate transactions.  The charges against 7
Bouchard resulted from... More...
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ROMMEL RICARDO COLLYMOR –v.– LORETTA E. LYNCH, United States Attorney General

Collymore received lawful permanent‐resident status in  the United States in April 1989. On December 8, 1997, Collymore  was convicted of a violation of 35 Pa. Stat. Ann. § 780‐113(a)(30)  (1997)2 in the Court of Common Pleas of Northampton County,  Pennsylvania. On August 7, 2008, upon his return from a trip to  Barbados, Collymore applied for admission as a returning lawful  permanen... More...   $0 (07-10-2016 - NY)


After completing a prison sentence for conspiracy to
possess with intent to distribute narcotics, appellant began
serving an eight-year term of supervised release on June 14, 2012.
On January 31, 2014, police executed a search warrant on his home
and vehicle, and seized a .40 caliber pistol, two magazines
containing 22 rounds of .40 caliber ammunition each, and at least <... More...
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Mathis v. United States

The Armed Career Criminal Act (ACCA or Act), 18 U. S. C. §924(e), imposes a 15-year mandatory minimum sentence on certain federal defendants who have three prior convictions for a “violent felony,” including “burglary, arson, or extortion.” To determine whether a past conviction is for one of those offenses, courts compare the elements of the crime of conviction with the elements of the “generic” ... More...   $0 (07-10-2016 - DC)

Fresh Garlic Producers Ass'n v. United States

The court presumes familiarity with the facts of the case as discussed in FGPA, 121 F.
Supp. 3d at 1317–20; however, the facts relevant to the Remand Results are summarized below
for ease of reference.
To calculate the dumping margin in AD duty cases involving non-market economies
(“NME”), Commerce compares the goods’ normal value,1 derived from factors of production
(“FO... More...
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Ms. Meyer enlisted in the Army on March 11, 2010 for a period of four years. AR-1040 to -43.2 Before enlistment, she underwent a physical exam, which “did not reveal any disqualifying disabilities, defects, injuries, or illnesses.” Am. Compl. ¶ 1 & Ex. 1 (medical records dated February 18, 2010), ECF No. 13. This physical exam rated her according to the “PULHES” scale: “P” is for physical capa... More...   $0 (07-10-2016 - DC)


In August 2014, defendant and two other individuals were arrested in connection with a robbery in the City of Kingston, Ulster County. By a felony complaint filed on August 15, 2014, defendant was charged with robbery in the second degree. He was thereafter arraigned on the felony complaint and released on bail. On Friday, February 13, 2015, a grand jury indicted defendant and the other two ind... More...   $0 (07-09-2016 - NY)


Defendant was convicted by juries in 1999 and 2000 of
attempted murder, aggravated assault, various weapons offenses,
and hindering apprehension.1 The sentencing court imposed an
aggregate sentence of twenty-one years imprisonment on May 12,
Defendant appealed and we affirmed his convictions, but
remanded for re-sentencing as to certain counts. See State v. More...
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Thiscertifiedappealrequiresthiscourt toconsiderseveralclaimsthatthedefendant,Roosevelt Drakes, raises in regard to General Statutes (Rev. to 2009) § 54-102g,1 which requires convicted felons in the custody of the Commissioner of Correction to submit to the taking of a DNA sample for inclusion in a state administered DNA data bank used to assist in law enforcementinvestigations.Thedefendantappeals,... More...   $0 (07-09-2016 - CT)


In this certified appeal1 we consider whether the Appellate Court properly resolved a series of claims that the defendant, Mark Banks, raises in connection with General Statutes (Rev. to 2009) § 54102g,2 which authorizes the Commissioner of CorrectiontocollectDNAsamplesfromcurrentlyincarcerated felons in order to maintain a DNA data bank to assist in criminal investigations. The defendant appeals... More...   $0 (07-09-2016 - CT)

Gregory W. Smith and Stephanie Smith v. D.R. Horton, Inc., Tom's Vinyl Siding, LLC, Lutzen Construction, Inc., Boozer Lumber Company, All American Roofing, Inc., Myers Landscaping, Inc., Defendants

D.R. Horton is a corporation specializing in residential construction. In March 2005, the Smiths entered into a home purchase agreement (the Agreement) with D.R. Horton for the design and construction of a new home in Summerville, South Carolina. The Agreement is organized into numbered paragraphs and lettered subparagraphs, and sets forth the various responsibilities of the parties prior to and ... More...   $0 (07-09-2016 - SC)


Luis Gonzalez appeals following his convictions for the August 8, 2008, offenses of failing to stop or remain at the scene of a crash resulting in death and of manslaughter. He challenges the reclassification of his manslaughter offense from a second-degree to a first-degree felony based on the use of a "weapon," which in this
case was actually an automobile. We reverse and remand for the o... More...
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Adam Acevedo v. State Of Florida

Adam Acevedo appeals the trial court’s order revoking his probation and
sentencing him to twenty-five years’ imprisonment in the Department of Corrections. The
only basis for the violation of probation was Acevedo’s alleged commission of the crime
of loitering and prowling. Because the evidence was insufficient to prove loitering and
prowling, we reverse.
Acevedo was ... More...
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Jacob Thomas Gaulden v. State of Florida

Jacob Thomas Gaulden was charged with leaving the scene of a crash
involving a death, a first-degree felony under section 316.027(1)(b). State v.
Gaulden (Gaulden I), 134 So. 3d 981, 982 (Fla. 1st DCA 2012). In brief, the
statute requires “[t]he driver of any vehicle involved in a crash . . . that results in
the death of any person” to “immediately stop” at the scene, comply ... More...
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Victor Villanueva v. State of Florida

The Third District summarized the facts of this case as follows:
Villanueva was charged with one count of lewd and lascivious molestation of a child older than twelve, but less than sixteen years old. The victim, Y.V., was Villanueva’s daughter, from whom he had become estranged by the time the girl was nine. When Y.V. was twelve, her family ran into Villanueva and arrangements were made fo... More...
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State of Tennessee v. Dennis Sprawling

Lieutenant A.J. Kant of the Memphis Police Department testified that at approximately 2:00 a.m. on April 21, 2013, he was traveling westbound on Union Avenue in Memphis when he observed a 2001 Chevrolet Blazer being driven in an “erratic manner.” Lieutenant Kant noted that the vehicle was “weaving between all three westbound lanes” of Union Avenue. Lieutenant Kant followed the vehicle for approxi... More...   $0 (07-08-2016 - TN)

United States of America v. Remon Lissa Daniel

San Jose, CA - Redwood City Resident Pleads Guilty To Defrauding Produce Vendors Of Millions Of Dollars Worth Of Fruits And Vegetables

Remon Issa Daniel pleaded guilty to three counts of wire fraud for his scheme to defraud produce vendors. The plea follows charges Daniel pretended to be employed by reputable produce companies and ordered loads of fruits and vegetables on credit, when he... More...
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State of Tennessee v. Rebekah Dearmond

On September 3, 2014, a Montgomery County grand jury indicted the Defendant for two counts of indecent exposure for exposing his genitalia to a maintenance technician and groundskeeper for the Montgomery County Courts Center. At trial, the victim testified about two encounters she had with the Defendant in July 2014, while engaged in her work at the Montgomery County Courts Center. On July 14, 2... More...   $0 (07-08-2016 - TN)

Howard Hawk Willis v. State of Tennessee

We have gleaned the following facts from the record in this case, this court‟s opinion in the Petitioner‟s interlocutory appeal, and this court‟s opinion and the record in the Petitioner‟s direct appeal. On October 11, 2002, the Petitioner was arrested pursuant to a federal warrant for violating the conditions of his release as to pending federal charges in New York. See... More...   $0 (07-08-2016 - TN)

United States of America v. Allen Fong

San Francisco, CA - San Mateo Resident Pleads Guilty To Operating A Bay Area Prostitution Racketeering Enterprise

Sex Workers Recruited from Overseas

Allen Fong pleaded guilty in federal court yesterday for his role in an international prostitution racketeering enterprise announced United States Attorney Brian J. Stretch and U.S. Immigrations and Customs Enforcement’s (ICE) Homel... More...
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James E. Rogers v. State of Indiana

In August 2014, the State charged Rogers with two counts of Class A felony
child molesting, one count of Class C felony intimidation, two counts of Class
D felony child solicitation, and one count of Class D felony battery resulting in
bodily injury.1 The charges stemmed from allegations made by B.L., Rogers’s
then-eight-year-old niece, after she was at Rogers’s house for a sl... More...
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Rodrigo Hernandez v. State of Indiana

Over the course of seven to ten years, Hernandez and a woman named
Gabriela Plata (“Plata”) were involved in an “on and off” relationship,
although during that time Hernandez was married to another woman. Tr. at 4
5, 27. According to Plata, she and Hernandez lived together, at one point, for a
couple of months. She also maintains that they have one daughter together, a
f... More...
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