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Brandi Jessica Russell, v. The People of the State of Colorado

In March 2010, defendant Brandi Jessica Russell and her husband brought their
infant to a hospital with a broken femur. A doctor, worried that the child may have
been abused, contacted a social worker who then contacted Grand County Department
of Social Services. A social worker interviewed Russell and, worried she was on drugs,
obtained a court order for a drug test. The dr... More...
   $0 (01-17-2017 - CO)

United States of America v. Silverstein Properties, Inc.

New York, NY - Manhattan U.S. Attorney Files Civil Rights Suit And Enters Settlement With Real Estate Developer To Enhance Accessibility At Three Buildings With More Than 2,400 Rental Apartments

SILVERSTEIN PROPERTIES, INC. (“SILVERSTEIN PROPERTIES”) and two of its affiliates, River Place I, LLC and River Place II Holding, LLC, by consent decree. Under the settlement, SILVERSTEIN PROPERTI... More...
   $0 (01-17-2017 - NY)

David Mendez v. The State of Texas

In his first issue, appellant contends the trial court committed fundamental error when it
“tried to define what ‘reasonable doubt’ was not.”
During voir dire, the trial court instructed the panel on the State’s burden of proof as
follows:
Well, in all criminal cases, okay, the burden of proof is the highest standard of
proof that exists in our legal system. It is known... More...
   $0 (01-14-2017 - TX)

STATE OF KANSAS v. CHANOC DOMENECH

In 2014, Chanoc Domenech lived in Americus, Kansas, with his significant other, Cheryle Hardy. Hardy suffered from a medical condition that caused her to have seizures. Hardy's seizures ranged in severity from mild to grand mal. A grand mal seizure would result in Hardy shaking violently. Hardy suffered between three and seven seizures per month. Because Domenech was employed as an over-the-road t... More...   $0 (01-13-2017 - KS)

James Harvey Jordan v. Eddie R. Jensen

¶ 1 Here, we consider whether Utah Code section 78B-2-206 bars a challenge to a tax title based on a tax sale effected without notice to an interested party. On May 25, 2000, Uintah County conducted a tax sale, yet failed to provide the record mineral interest owners notice of the sale. Now, over a decade later, the purchaser of the tax title and the individuals who were the record owners of the m... More...   $0 (01-11-2017 - UT)

United States of America v. Lisa-Marie Watson

Bangor, ME - Athens Woman Pleads Guilty to Conspiracy to Defraud the VA

Lisa-Marie Watson, 25, of Athens, Maine pled guilty today in U.S. District Court to conspiring to defraud the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (“VA”).

According to court records, the defendant conspired with her father-in-law to illegally obtain VA compensation benefits. Watson and her father-in-law submi... More...
   $0 (01-10-2017 - ME)

State of Tennessee v. Jennifer Murray Jewell

The Defendant‟s conviction was based on a series of thefts, allegedly amounting to over $372,000, committed between 2004 and 20091 against her employer. Between 2001 and 2009, the Defendant served as the office manager of Wilson and Associates Engineering and Surveying, P.C. (“Wilson and Associates”), a family-run company engaged primarily in highway construction and surveying in a multi-st... More...   $0 (01-08-2017 - TN)

THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF ILLINOIS v. MATTHEW SMITH

The indictment against defendant was filed on January 20, 2012. The indictment alleged that on September 2, 2011, defendant, in committing a battery, “knowingly made physical contact of an insulting or provoking nature with Correctional Officer Jody Davis, in that the defendant threw an unknown liquid substance on Jody Davis striking him about the body, knowing Jody Davis to be a correctional inst... More...   $0 (01-08-2017 - Il)

United States of America v. Rehabilitation Medicine of Oklahoma, P.L.L.C. and BCOT d/b/a Rehabilitation Medicine of Oklahoma

Oklahoma City, OK - Oklahoma Medical Clinics Agree to Pay $315,000 to Settle Allegations of False Claims for Medical Services Provided to Federal Employees

Rehabilitation Medicine of Oklahoma, P.L.L.C. and BCOT d/b/a Rehabilitation Medicine of Oklahoma - Tulsa agreed to pay $315,000 to settle civil claims stemming from allegations that the clinics violated the False Claims Act by submitt... More...
   $335000 (01-07-2017 - OK)

Doris Racher v. Ron Lusk

In this appeal, Defendant Ron Lusk raises a single issue: whether the district court erred in concluding it had personal jurisdiction over him. Exercising jurisdiction under 28 U.S.C. § 1291, we affirm.
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Eryetha Mayberry and Rachel Mary Kingsbury both died in residence at the Quail Creek Nursing Home in Oklahoma City (Nursing Home), which was owned by the Westlake Nursing Home Limit... More...
   $0 (01-01-2017 - Ok)

Rodney Chase Pettigrew v. The State of Texas

A jury found Appellant Rodney Chase Pettigrew guilty of capital murder,
and the trial court sentenced him to life in prison. Appellant was convicted for
killing fourteen-month-old K.B. Appellant brings seven points of error: (1) the
trial court abused its discretion by admitting irrelevant extraneous offenses;
(2) assuming the extraneous offenses were relevant, the trial cou... More...
   $0 (12-30-2016 - TX)

Barbara Wise v. Anil Nanda, M.D.

After Barbara Wise had been complaining of right shoulder weakness,
she was seen by Dr. Anil Nanda, a neurosurgeon who agreed to perform a
decompressive cervical laminectomy.
Dr. Nanda first attempted to operate on Barbara on July 6, 2007, but
her positioning made it too difficult to continue. A second surgery was
attempted on July 9, with Barbara now in a sitting positi... More...
   $1421944 (12-29-2016 - LA)

United States of America v. United Shore Financial Services, L.L.C. (USFS)

Detroit, MI - United Shore Financial Services LLC Agrees to Pay $48 Million to Resolve Alleged False Claims Act Liability Arising from FHA-Insured Mortgage Lending

United Shore Financial Services LLC (USFS) has agreed to pay the United States $48 million to resolve allegations that it violated the False Claims Act by knowingly originating and underwriting mortgage loans insured by the U.S... More...
   $48000000 (12-29-2016 - MI)

KEITH LUMRY v. STATE OF KANSAS, KANSAS BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION, CLINT HAWKINS, KELLY RALSTON, and ROBERT BLECHA

Due to the procedural posture, all facts and inferences that may be reasonably drawn from the evidence are resolved in Lumry's favor because the district court decided this case against him on summary judgment. Thoroughbred Assocs. v. Kansas City Royalty Co., 297 Kan. 1193, 1204, 308 P.3d 1238 (2013); O'Brien v. Leegin Creative Leather Products, Inc., 294 Kan. 318, 330, 277 P.3d 1062 (2012). Our f... More...   $0 (12-27-2016 - KS)

State of Tennessee v. Timothy Andrew Bishop

The Defendant was charged with child abuse after his son, the five-year-old victim, arrived at school after the 2012 Thanksgiving break with a variety of bruises and other injuries covering his face. The victim lived with the Defendant and with his paternal grandmother. At the time of the charged offenses, the victim‟s mother had been deceased for several years. The victim, who was descri... More...   $0 (12-26-2016 - TN)

Gai D. Kuot v. State of Tennessee

This case arises from the killing of the victim, which occurred in April 2010. Because of the length of the facts presented by this Court in our opinion on the Petitioner‟s direct appeal and the issues in this post-conviction appeal, we will briefly summarize the facts supporting the Petitioner‟s conviction. Kout, 2013 WL 4539020, at
The victim was a “Lost Boy” refugee from Suda... More...
   $0 (12-25-2016 - TN)

United States of America v. David Allen Andeton

Sherman, TX - Collin County Man Convicted of Visa Fraud and Harboring Illegal Aliens

A jury has found a 49-year-old Lavon, Texas man guilty of federal violations in the Eastern District of Texas.

David Allen Anderton was found guilty by a jury on multiple counts of harboring illegal aliens, conspiracy, and visa fraud on Dec. 15, 2016, following a seven-day trial.

Accordi... More...
   $0 (12-24-2016 - TX)

United States of America v. Volkswagen Group of American, Inc.

San Francisco, CA - The Volkswagen 3.0 Liter Emissions Litigation

Federal Trade Commission Chairwoman Edith Ramirez issued the following statement regarding today’s announcement by U.S. District Judge Charles Breyer of a nearly completed agreement resolving the EPA’s Clean Air Act claims, and nearly complete agreements concerning consumer injury claims.
“We are pleased to be moving fo... More...
   $0 (12-21-2016 - )

STATE OF KANSAS v. OLIVER W. BRADWELL, JR.

Bradwell pled guilty to aggravated battery following an incident that occurred at an International House of Pancakes in the early morning hours of August 17, 2014. As part of a plea agreement, the State agreed to recommend the mid number in the appropriate sentencing grid box and to recommend a dispositional departure to probation with community corrections. The State also agreed not to charge Bra... More...   $0 (12-19-2016 - KS)

STATE OF NEW JERSEY v. BRANDON T. MORRISON

Pemberton Township contracted with the Pemberton First Aid
and Rescue Squad (Pemberton Rescue Squad) -- a private, non
profit organization -- to provide back-up emergency medical
services for the municipality. Defendant Brandon Morrison
served as a volunteer EMT on the Pemberton Rescue Squad and as
the Squad’s treasurer. Defendant was charged with official
misconduct... More...
   $0 (12-17-2016 - NJ)

James D. Robertson v. State of South Carolina

On March 26, 1999, Petitioner was convicted and sentenced to death for the 1997 murder of his parents, armed robbery, and financial transaction card fraud. Over the course of the next four years, Petitioner filed a direct appeal through appointed counsel, moved to relieve appointed appellate counsel, and filed a pro se appeal to this Court on July 25, 2003. Ultimately, following a judicial determ... More...   $0 (12-16-2016 - SC)

Federal Trade Commission v. DeVry Education Group, Inc. et al.

Los Angeles, CA - DeVry University Agrees To Pay $100 Million To Settle Fraud Claims

DeVry University and its parent company have agreed to a $100 million settlement of a Federal Trade Commission lawsuit alleging that they misled prospective students with ads that touted high employment success rates and income levels upon graduation. The FTC settlement secures significant financial redre... More...
   $100000000 (12-16-2016 - CA)

STATE OF IOWA vs. ROBERT LIONEL DUBOIS

Lisa and Robert Dubois divorced in 2008. In September of 2014, their teenage son had been living with Lisa but decided he wanted to live with his father. Robert picked him up from Lisa’s residence on September 10. The teenager, however, left many of his belongings at his mother’s house. The next day, Robert drove his son back to the residence to retrieve his belongings, but Lisa was not home a... More...   $0 (12-12-2016 - IA)

SEECO, INC., DESOTO GATHERING COMPANY, LLC, AND SOUTHWESTERN MIDSTREAM SERVICES COMPANY APPELLANTS V. SARA STEWMON ET AL

This is a class-action case. Appellants SEECO, Inc., DeSoto Gathering Company, LLC,
and Southwestern Midstream Services Company (collectively SEECO), are subsidiaries of
Southwestern Energy Company. In this interlocutory appeal, SEECO challenges an order of
the St. Francis County Circuit Court granting class certification to a group of landowners who
entered into natural-gas leas... More...
   $0 (12-12-2016 - AR)

Frank Ortegon v. The State of Texas

On October 10, 2013, the complainant, Tenola Washington, was working at
an Exxon station in Chappell Hill, Texas. Around 11:00 p.m., after all of the
customers and the cashier had left, Washington locked the store and began cleaning.
Washington believed he was alone in the store at that time, but when he walked
down the hall, a man, later identified as appellant, jumped out o... More...
   $0 (12-09-2016 - TX)

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