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STATE OF MONTANA v. COLETON CHRISTOS COBURN





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STATE OF MONTANA v. CODY WAYNE JOHNSTON





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George Daniel Nitchman v. The State of Wyoming

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In 2007, Mr. Nitchman pleaded guilty to unlawful manufacture of a controlled substa... More...
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Vicki Barbera v. Pearson Education, Inc.




Vicki Barbera claims she did not get the same chance to resign with severance pay that three men got. She sued her former employer, Pearson Education, Inc. (“Pearson”) for Title VII sex discrimination and other claims.
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Norman Vigil v. New Mexico Public Education Department

Santa Fe, NM - Norman Vigil sued the New Mexico Public Education Department on a civil rights employment discrimination theory.



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United States of America v. Cynthia Holder

New York, NY - Former PCAOB Inspections Leader And KPMG Executive Director Pleads Guilty To Scheme To Steal Confidential PCAOB Information In Order To Fraudulently Improve KPMG’s PCAOB Inspection Results





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Orando Ricardo Thompson vs State of Florida







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State of Tennessee v. Stephen Berline Orrick





On October 2, 2015, the Defendant was indicted on four counts of rape of a child and fo... More...
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STATE OF OHIO v. LARRY BRYANT







In 2006, the trial court sentenced Mr. Bryant for multiple felonies of the first and
third degree. Regarding post-release control, the court told Mr. Bryant at the sentencing hearing
that, upon his release from prison,... More...
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STATE OF KANSAS v. WADE EUGENE HALE






In December 2015, Hale was charged with two counts of indecent solicitation of a child in violation of K.S.A. 2015 Supp. 21-5508(a)(1) for his conduct with a 15-year-old girl, and one count of aggravated indecent liberties with he... More...
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Doctor Gene N. Barry v. Scott M. Freshour, et al.




Plaintiff Gene Barry is a physician licensed to practice medicine in Texas, who works part-time at the Red Bluff Clinic in Pasadena.1 Defendants Scott Freshour, Belinda West, Mari Robinson, Anne Rauch, Mary Chapman, and Debbi Henneke are all em... More...
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Elias Segundo Gomez v. The State of Texas



Aggravated sexual assault of a child



Appellant was the complainant’s great uncle. The complainant was
seventeen years old at the time of trial. She testified that when she was four or five
years old, appellant began to... More...
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Colby Taylor Lee v. The State of Texas







Colby Taylor Lee was charged by information and complaint with driving while intoxicated. He subsequently entered into a “Pre-Trial Intervention Agreement” with the State. In the... More...
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United States of America v. Martin Robert Hall



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Stefan Rainer Forkert v. The State of Texas




Attempted Aggravated Sexual Assault




Appellant was charged by information with two counts of attempted aggravated sexual assault.1 The jury found Appellant guilty as to Count I and not guilty as to Count II. The jury assessed pu... More...
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Glovis America, Inc. v. County of Ventura

When a lease of federal lands includes an option to
extend its term and the tax assessor reasonably concludes that
the option will likely be exercised, the value of the leasehold
interest is properly based on the extended term. In this case,
Glovis America, Inc.,1 appeals from the judgment of dismissal
entered after the trial court sustained without leave to amend the
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Anthony L. Green v. Jackie Graham

This interlocutory appeal presents questions about state sovereign immunity and related principles of federal jurisdiction. Anthony Green, Brooke Walker, and Earl Howton Jr. petitioned a state court for injunctive and declaratory relief entitling them to an enhanced status in the retirement system for Alabama state employees. The state officials named as defendants removed the action to federal co... More...   $0 (10-12-2018 - AL)

Sonia Bautista v. The State of Texas





Jose Castanon was murdered on May 17, 2013. Castanon was ... More...
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United States of America v. Buck Leon Hammers

Muskogee, OK - Swink Man Sentenced To 180 Months, Over $1M Restitution For Fraud, Federal Programs Embezzlement

Buck Leon Hammers, age 55, of Swink, Oklahoma, was sentenced to 108 months’ imprisonment and 3 years’ supervised release for Conspiracy to Commit Bank Fraud, in violation of Title 18, United States Code, Section 1349 and Conspiracy To Embezzle Federal Program Funds, in violation... More...
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Judith Alcocer v. Ashley Mills and John Staten




Much has been said about the art of diagnosis. For example, Mahatma Gandhi2 opined, “A correct diagnosis is three-fourths the remedy.” Prashant Gupta, Wisdom of Gandhi 53 (2... More...
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John Doe v. The Regents of the University of California

Due process - two preeminent words that are the lifeblood
of our Constitution. Not a precise term, but most everyone knows
when it is present and when it is not. It is often most
conspicuous by its absence. Its primary characteristic is fairness.
It is self-evident that a trial, an adjudication, or a hearing that
may adversely affect a person’s life must be conducted with
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United States of America v. Arena Event Services, Inc. d/b/a Arena Americas

Savannah, GA - Defense Contractor Agrees To Pay United States Up To $7.8 Million to Settle False Claims Act Investigation

Arena Americas wrongfully obtained U.S. Department of Defense contracts reserved for small businesses.

Arena Event Services, Inc., which does business as Arena Americas, has agreed to a settlement with the United States to resolve allegations that it wrongful... More...
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MILES STERLING BENCH v. THE STATE OF OKLAHOMA











Appellant began working at the Teepee Totem convenience store in the town of Velma, Stephens Co... More...
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Christopher Barnett v. Tulsa County College and Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education

Tulsa, OK - Christopher Barnett sued Tulsa County College and Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education on civil rights violation theories.

The defendants removed the case to federal court and the court remanded the case to the state district court because of lack of jurisdiction over the case.


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John Doe v. University of Southern California

The superior court granted former University of Southern
California student John Doe’s petition for writ of administrative
mandamus and ordered USC’s Office of Student Judicial Affairs
and Community Standards (SJACS) to vacate its decision to
discipline Doe for violating the university’s academic integrity
standards. On appeal USC1
contends the superior court erred in
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