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State of Nebraska, v. Clinton Brooks

On September 26, 2013, Brooks was charged by information with theft by deception involving $500 to $1,500. On December 11, the State amended the information to include a second charge of the unauthorized practice of law. The events giving rise to this case began in the fall of 2011 in Lincoln, Nebraska, when Joshua Jordan Fitzgerald began contemplating dissolving his marriage. At the time, Joshua ... More...   $0 (02-04-2016 - NE)

State Of Nebraska v. Trice

On December 26, 2010, Timothy Warren was stabbed when a fight broke out during a party in Norfolk, Nebraska. Warren died from his injuries. Our opinion in State v. Trice3 recited the circumstances surrounding the stabbing and summarized the evidence adduced at Trice’s first trial. In most respects, the evidence adduced at Trice’s second trial was similar to that adduced at his first trial. We reci... More...   $0 (01-24-2016 - NE)

State Of Nebraska v. Trice

II. BACKGROUND On December 26, 2010, Timothy Warren was stabbed when a fight broke out during a party in Norfolk, Nebraska. Warren died from his injuries. Our opinion in State v. Trice3 recited the circumstances surrounding the stabbing and summarized the evidence adduced at Trice’s first trial. In most respects, the evidence adduced at Trice’s second trial was similar to that adduced at his first... More...   $0 (01-15-2016 - NE)

State Of Nebraska v. Carter

On December 26, 2010, Timothy Warren was stabbed when a fight broke out during a party in Norfolk, Nebraska. Warren died from his injuries. Our opinion in State v. Trice3 recited the circumstances surrounding the stabbing and summarized the evidence adduced at Trice’s first trial. In most respects, the evidence adduced at Trice’s second trial was similar to that adduced at his first trial. We reci... More...   $0 (01-15-2016 - NE)

State Of Nebraska v. Erpelding

On May 14, 2012, Erpelding filed a complaint with the district court to establish paternity, custody, visitation, and child support of his 4-year-old daughter, Grace Erpelding, who was born out of wedlock. In July 2012, the court entered a temporary parenting plan granting primary physical and legal custody of Grace to her mother, Diane Southall. On August 20, the court ordered Erpelding to pay te... More...   $0 (12-31-2015 - NE)

Tim Dempsey v. City of Omaha

Tim Dempsey, the former Chief of Police for Elkhorn, Nebraska, appeals the district court's denial of his First Amendment retaliation claims against the City of Omaha. The events giving rise to this action occurred in the context of Omaha's contested and protracted annexation of Elkhorn. Throughout and following this process, Omaha hired most Elkhorn employees who sought employment with Omaha.
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Michael Nolan, appellee, v. Tim Campbell, also known as Timothy C. Campbell, appellant.

Tim Campbell, also known as Timothy C. Campbell, appeals the judgment entered by the Madison County District Court awarding Michael Nolan, the city administrator of Norfolk, Nebraska, $78,000 on his petition for libel and false light invasion of privacy and enjoining Campbell from specific uses of certain publications and terminology. While we uphold the award of damages, we must narrow the sco... More...   $78000 (12-21-2004 - NE)

State of Nebraska on behalf of Taylar Chae Pathammavong, a minor child v. Seangsouriyan Pathammavong, and Mandy J. Struebing

The appellant, Mandy Struebing (Mandy), and the appellee, Seangsouriyan Pathammavong (Sean), are the natural parents of Taylar Chae Pathammavong (Taylar), a minor child, who was born out of wedlock. Mandy appeals from an order of the district court for Saline County awarding permanent custody of Taylar to Sean.

I. BACKGROUND

Mandy gave birth to Taylar on August 25, 1... More...   $0 (05-24-2004 - NE)

State of Nebraska ex rel. Counsel for Discipline of the Nebraska Supreme Court, relator, v. Edward L. Wintroub.

The office of the Counsel for Discipline of the Nebraska Supreme Court, as relator, commenced this disciplinary proceeding against attorney Edward L. Wintroub, respondent. Following an evidentiary hearing, a referee appointed by this court found multiple violations of the Code of Professional Responsibility and recommended a 1-year period of suspension, with readmission subject to a period of prob... More...   $0 (04-23-2004 - NE)

Patrick Dwaine Ganyo v. Mary Kathryn O'Neill.

Mary Kathryn O'Neill appeals from a decision of the district court for Scotts Bluff County, Nebraska, reducing the monthly child support obligation of her ex-husband, Patrick Dwaine Ganyo, and finding her in contempt of court. For the reasons set forth herein, we affirm in part as modified, and in part dismiss for lack of jurisdiction.

STATEMENT OF FACTS

Patrick and... More...   $0 (01-13-2004 - NE)

United States of America v. Santee Sioux Tribe of Nebraska

Pursuant to this court's decision in United States v. Santee Sioux Tribe of Nebraska, 135 F.3d 558 (8th Cir. 1998) (Santee I),1 the district court issued an injunction against the Santee Sioux Tribe ("the Tribe"), ordering it to close a tribal casino operating class III gaming devices. After the Tribe failed to comply with the injunction, the court held it in contempt and began assessing a fin... More...   $0 (06-21-2001 - NE)

 
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