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Chadwick Smith v. The State of Texas Ninth Court of Appeals - Texas Courts

In his motion to suppress, Smith alleged that the evidence was seized pursuant
to an “illegal stop, detention and/or arrest.” According to Smith, the stop was without
probable cause or reasonable suspicion and any evidence seized or statements made
should be suppressed as fruits of an unlawful search and seizure.
At the suppression hearing, the State conceded that there was n... More...
   $0 (06-16-2018 - TX)

United States of America v. Christopher Welshans Western District of Pennsylvania Courthouse - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Appellant Christopher Welshans was convicted of distribution and possession of child pornography in violation of 18 U.S.C. § 2252. In this direct appeal, Welshans raises two claims. First, he argues that his due process right to a fair trial was violated because the prosecution informed the jury, through both evidence and argument, that his child pornography files included deeply abhorrent videos ... More...   $0 (06-14-2018 - PA)

United States of America v. Stephan D. Boggs Southern District of Ohio Courthouse - Cincinnati, Ohio

As a rule, people like to get what they pay for. Certainly
that’s true of the Department of Defense (DOD), which is tasked with buying military equipment.
So when the DOD discovered that many items it had purchased from a machine shop owned by
Stephan Boggs,1 a long-time DOD contractor, varied from the requirements specified by the DOD,
it started an investigation. That investigati... More...
   $0 (06-04-2018 - OH)

TESAR INDUSTRIAL CONTRACTORS, INC. v. REPUBLIC STEEL

In 2012, Republic initiated a project to construct an electronic arc furnace at
Republic’s facility in Lorain, Ohio. The project involved several components, including the
erection of supporting and surrounding structures. Republic solicited bids for the project, which
required multiple contractors to perform different and overlapping portions.
{¶3} Tesar submitted an initia... More...
   $0 (06-03-2018 - OH)

JOHN L. REIGERT, EXECUTOR OF THE ESTATE OF LORI A. REIGERT, DECEASED v. KEVIN A. RUSCIN

Lori A. Reigert passed away in March 2016, and her father, John L. Reigert, was
appointed as executor of the estate. In June 2016, Mr. Reigert filed a complaint alleging
concealment of assets against Kevin A. Ruscin, who had been Ms. Reigert’s fiancé. The assets
at issue included an engagement ring, a bike rack, a space heater, and two card tables. At a
hearing before the ma... More...
   $0 (06-03-2018 - OH)

State of Missouri vs. Angela R. Henderson

Clinton Justice, known as “Sam,” (Victim) was a Navy veteran and lived in an apartment
in St. Joseph on his monthly veteran’s benefits. Henderson dated Victim for seventeen years.
Their relationship was “on-again off-again.” Josh Mollett is Henderson’s mentally challenged son.
He was in his early 20s at the time of Victim’s murder. Victim was like a “stepdad” to Mollett; he More...
   $0 (06-03-2018 - MO)

Sidney Alex Work v. The State of Texas

As set out above, Work was charged with possession of a controlled substance in a
drug-free zone and tampering with evidence, and those charges stemmed from a traffic stop of
Work’s truck that was initiated by Officer James Purcell. Work was driving the truck at the time of
the traffic stop, and Marla Morgan was riding in the passenger seat. During the trial, the following
witnes... More...
   $0 (05-28-2018 - TX)

Charles E. Yeager v. Peter Holt

Defendants Peter Holt, Holt Law Firm, and Bethany Holt (collectively Holt,
except as noted) appeal from an order denying their special motion to strike (also known
as an anti-SLAPP--Strategic Lawsuit Against Public Participation--motion).1
Peter Holt
and his law firm briefly represented Charles E. and Victoria Yeager (collectively Yeager,
except as noted) and successfully sued... More...
   $0 (05-17-2018 - CA)

Christopher Alexander v. Scripps memorial Hospital La Jolla

This case raises issues concerning the legal obligations imposed on health care
providers when a patient's health care directives conflict with the providers' opinions that
the requested care would be medically ineffective and may cause harm. Elizabeth
Alexander, a 70-year-old woman suffering from end-stage terminal pancreatic cancer,
died four days after she was transferred from a... More...
   $0 (05-13-2018 - CA)

State of Tennessee v. Bryant Williamson

On January 11, 2013, the Defendant1 was standing at his front door, arguing with Jeremy Jones, when he pulled out his gun and shot at Jeremy Jones. The Defendant’s shot missed its intended victim and instead struck and killed the actual victim who was standing in her driveway across the cove. Several eyewitnesses testified that the Defendant and Jones had been fighting in the days prior to the s... More...   $0 (05-09-2018 - TN)

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA v. GABRIEL RIVERO

On February 11, 2016, Gabriel Rivero was driving a pickup truck from the United States into Mexico at the
UNITED STATES V. RIVERO4 Mariposa Port of Entry in Nogales, Arizona. When his truck passed a speed bump approximately 300 meters from the border, a spare tire fell from the back of his vehicle. Rivero attempted to load the tire back into the truck, but he eventually moved it to the side ... More...
   $0 (05-06-2018 - AZ)

STATE OF IOWA vs. MICHAEL CORY KELSO-CHRISTY

In April 2015, Michael Kelso-Christy created a fake Facebook profile of a man, S.P., who had attended his high school. Posing as S.P., KelsoChristy began to send Facebook messages to women who also attended school with S.P. The messages informed women that S.P.’s profile had been hacked and that he had created a new one. Then, Kelso-Christy would attempt to solicit nude photographs or propositi... More...   $0 (05-05-2018 - IA)

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA v. CHARLES FLORES United States Court of Appeals For the First Circuit

When reviewing the denial of a motion to suppress, we
"take the facts as the trial court found them, consistent with
record support, adding uncontradicted facts where appropriate."
United States v. Almonte-Báez, 857 F.3d 27, 29 (1st Cir.
2017)(internal citation omitted).
This case has its genesis in a tip received by Thomas
Pappas, a Maine state trooper with thirteen... More...
   $0 (04-28-2018 - ME)

Russell Halbrook, et al. v. Mallinckrodt, LLC; Cotter Corporaiton Eastern District of Missouri Federal Courthouse - St. Louis, Missouri

Plaintiff-Appellants assert wrongful-death claims under the public-liability
provision of the Price-Anderson Nuclear Industries Indemnity Act (the “Price-
Anderson Act” or the “Act”) alleging exposure to nuclear radiation. See 42 U.S.C.
§§ 2014, 2210. Defendants moved to dismiss claims brought on behalf of persons
who passed away more than three years prior to the filing of suit. T... More...
   $0 (04-28-2018 - MO)

State of Vermont v. Jack Sawyer

Defendant Jack Sawyer appeals the trial court’s decision holding him without bail. Defendant is charged with four separate counts, each predicated on his alleged attempt to commit a crime, and three of which are punishable by life imprisonment. The sole question before this Court is whether the evidence of guilt is great that defendant attempted to commit any of the four charged crimes given the... More...   $0 (04-28-2018 - VT)

STATE OF IOWA vs. CHARLES EARL JONES Iowa Court of Appeals

Charles Jones was convicted of robbery in the first degree, in violation of
Iowa Code section 711.2 (2016), going armed with intent, in violation of Iowa Code
section 708.8, carrying weapons, in violation of Iowa Code section 724.4, and
making a false report to law enforcement, in violation of Iowa Code section 718.6.
In this appeal, Jones challenges the sufficiency of the evi... More...
   $0 (04-23-2018 - IA)

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA v. JOSEPH RUTIGLIANO, PETER J. AJEMIAN,  MARIE BARAN, PETER J. LESNIEWSKI

The fraud scheme for which defendants stand convicted sought  to take advantage of a disability pension plan made available to LIRR 
16-3754-cr (L) United States v. Rutigliano  
employees  by  the  RRB.  The  LIRR’s  own  pension  plan  allowed  employees with 20 or more years of service to retire as early as age 50  and to receive payments equal to half their pre‐retirement income. ... More...
   $0 (04-16-2018 - )

United States of America v. Ibrahim Zubair Mohammad, Asif Ahmed Salim, and Sultane Roome Salim Northern District of Ohio Courthouse - Cleveland, Ohio

Cleveland, OH - Three men plead guilty to concealing sending money to Anwar Al-Awlaki

Three men pleaded guilty to their roles in concealing the provision of thousands of dollars to Anwar Al-Awlaki in an effort to support violent jihad against U.S. military personnel in Iraq, Afghanistan and throughout the world.

Ibrahim Zubair Mohammad, 38; Asif Ahmed Salim, 37; and Sultane Room ... More...
   $0 (04-16-2018 - OH)

Andreas Marcopoulos v. The State of Texas

On September 10, 2014, Officer J. Oliver was performing surveillance on a
bar in Houston, Texas known for narcotics sales. Officer Oliver observed Appellant
drive up to the bar in a truck, enter the bar, and leave within three to five minutes.
After Appellant left the bar, Officer Oliver followed him. He saw Appellant change
lanes without signaling and asked for a uniformed ... More...
   $0 (04-04-2018 - TX)

Bobbydyne McMillan v. Cumberland County Board of Education; Joseph M. Locklear Eastern District of North Carolina Federal Courthouse - Raleigh, North Carolina

Appellant Bobbydyne McMillan was employed by the Cumberland County Board
of Education (“CCBE”) and resigned following an investigation into her conduct during
the course of her employment. She appeals the district court’s grant of summary
judgment in favor of the Defendants, CCBE, and Joseph M. Locklear,1 Associate
Superintendent of Human Resources, on her 42 U.S.C. § 1983 Fourteen... More...
   $0 (04-03-2018 - NC)

ANNE O’HARA BYNUM V. STATE OF ARKANSAS

There are no factual disputes. In early 2015, Bynum, a 37-year-old divorced woman
living with her mother, stepfather, brother, and four-year-old son, T.B., outside of
Monticello, discovered she was pregnant. She believed her mother would not allow her
and T.B. to continue living in her home if her mother learned Bynum was pregnant;
therefore, Bynum did not tell her mother abo... More...
   $0 (04-01-2018 - AR)

STATE OF NEW JERSEY v. RICKY RICHARDSON, a/k/a MARK RICHARDSON

Defendant Ricky Richardson appeals from the denial of his
motion to suppress controlled dangerous substances that Detective
Keith Walcott of the New Brunswick Police Department found inside
an opaque plastic bag defendant allegedly tossed out a window just
after police entered the house, in which he was located, to execute
an arrest warrant for unrelated individuals. He a... More...
   $0 (03-31-2018 - NJ)

STATE OF OHIO vs. GARVIN S. BRADSHAW

This is an appeal from a Scioto County Common Pleas Court judgment of
conviction and sentence. A jury found Garvin S. Bradshaw, defendant below and appellant
herein, guilty of three offenses: (1) trafficking in heroin, in violation of R.C. 2925.03(A)(2); (2)
possession of heroin, in violation of R.C. 2925.11(A); and (3) tampering with evidence, in
violation of R.C. 2921.12(A)(... More...
   $0 (03-31-2018 - OH)

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA v. MARK STUART LANDERSMAN, a/k/a Mark Stuart UNITED STATES OF AMERICA v. LEE HALL UNITED STATES COURT OF APPEALS FOR THE FOURTH CIRCUIT

We recount the facts in the light most favorable to the Government, the prevailing
party at trial. See United States v. Garcia-Ochoa, 607 F.3d 371, 376 (4th Cir. 2010). In
late 2012 and early 2013, Hall facilitated the Navy’s purchase of 349 unattributable (i.e.,
unserialized and untraceable) firearm suppressors for approximately $1,657,750. At that
time, Hall worked directl... More...
   $0 (03-28-2018 - VA)

Margery Newman v. Metropolitian Life Insurance Company Northern District of Illinois Courthouse - Chicago, Illinois

At age 56, Margery Newman pur-chased a long-term-care insurance plan from the Metropoli-tan Life Insurance Company (“MetLife”). She opted for one of MetLife’s non-standard options for paying her insurance pre-miums; MetLife called the method she selected “Reduced-Pay
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at 65.” When Newman was 67 years old, she was startled to discover that MetLife that year more than doubled he... More...
   $0 (03-27-2018 - IL)

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