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DENNIS TAYLOR vs STATE OF FLORIDA

In the early evening of April 26, 2015, Taylor, apparently intoxicated, entered a convenience store in Pasco County, walked back to the cooler section, and began stuffing liquor bottles into his pockets. The clerk, Raif Bader, confronted Taylor; Taylor pulled an object from under his shirt, brandished it at Bader, and warned, "Don't you dare." Afraid, Bader returned to the front counter to retri... More...   $0 (09-22-2018 - FL)

Tray Don Goswick v. The State of Texas

On October 21, 2015, law enforcement arrested Appellant and discovered that he was carrying methamphetamine in his pocket. The trial for the possession offense occurred on May 17, 2016. Appellant testified during the guilt/innocence phase that, on the date of his arrest, he believed that he was carrying bath salts rather than methamphetamine. The jury subsequently found Appellant guilty of poss... More...   $0 (09-19-2018 - TX)

State of Tennessee v. Jamal P. Hicks

Defendant was indicted by the Montgomery County Grand Jury in February of 2016 for one count of violating the Tennessee Sexual Offender and Violent Sexual Offender Registration, Verification and Tracking Act of 2004 (“the Act”) by “[f]alsification of a TBI registration form” as stated in Tennessee Code Annotated section 40-39-208(a)(2); one count of violating the Act by “[f]ailure to timely disclo... More...   $0 (09-17-2018 - TN)

LANCE BROOKS vs. STATE OF IOWA

The jury was instructed the State would have to prove several elements of
first-degree robbery, including: “The Defendant or the person(s) the Defendant
aided and abetted was armed with a dangerous weapon.” The jury also was
instructed the State would have to prove several elements of first-degree burglary,
including: “During the incident the Defendant or the person(s) he aide... More...
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Tray Don Goswick v. The State of Texas MoreLaw Suites - The Best Place In Tulsa To Practice Law

On October 21, 2015, law enforcement arrested Appellant and discovered that he was carrying methamphetamine in his pocket. The trial for the possession offense occurred on May 17, 2016. Appellant testified during the guilt/innocence phase that, on the date of his arrest, he believed that he was carrying bath salts rather than methamphetamine. The jury subsequently found Appellant guilty of poss... More...   $0 (09-13-2018 - TX)

United States of America v. Michael Brian Anderson Southern District of Georgia Federal Courthouse - Savannah, Georgia

Savannah, GA - Tybee Island Shrimper Sentenced To More Than Six Years in Prison, Ordered To Pay Nearly $1 Million in Fraud Restitution

Scheme claimed non-existent losses from foreign competition

A Tybee Island shrimper and fisherman will spend more than six years in federal prison after United States District Court Judge William T. Moore Jr. sentenced him Aug. 30 for a case invo... More...
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STATE OF IOWA vs. ALBERT GARCIA

Three men hatched a plan to rob a person who was seeking to buy marijuana from one of them. They enlisted the help of Albert Garcia because they knew Garcia had a gun. Garcia ended up shooting the would-be marijuana purchaser and his friend. Both died. The State charged Garcia with two counts of first-degree murder, in violation of Iowa Code sections 707.1 and 707.2 (2015), and two counts ... More...   $0 (09-03-2018 - IA)

CARLSTON FREDERICK DONALD vs. STATE OF IOWA

Sometime after 9:00 p.m. on the evening of December 23, 2008, Harold and Frances Kavalier observed a light blue van engaging in odd behavior in a restaurant parking lot in Cedar Rapids. An African American male wearing a hooded sweatshirt with the “hood tied up way around [his] face” eventually emerged from the van, which contained at least two other occupants, and proceeded in the direction... More...   $0 (09-03-2018 - IA)

Gregorio Garcia, Jr. v. The State of Texas Sooner Cannabis Consultants Click Here For Expert Help 918-960-5038

A jury convicted Appellant of aggravated sexual assault of child. The indictment alleged that on or about July 1, 2010, Appellant intentionally and knowingly caused the penetration of his penis into the mouth of N.M., who at the time was younger than fourteen.1 As with many cases of this type, the jury was confronted with the child victim’s claim of the assault, and the defendant’s denial th... More...   $0 (09-02-2018 - TX)

United States of America v. Matthew Lane Durham Western District of Oklahoma Federal Courthouse - Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

Matthew Durham appeals his convictions and sentence on four counts for illicit
sex with minors in Kenya after travelling there from the United States. This opinion
addresses the following eight issues presented for appellate review.
1. Is 18 U.S.C. § 2423(c), the statute on which the convictions
were based, unconstitutional on its face and as applied to Mr.
Durham because it ex... More...
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United States of America v.Billy Jim Swann Western District of Washington Federal Courthouse - Tacoma, Washington

Tacoma, WA - Prominent Southwest Washington Fishing Guide Sentenced to One Year in Prison for Disability Fraud Scheme
Defendant Claimed he was Disabled and Unemployed at the Same Time he Ran a Successful Business Featured in Magazines, Online and on the Radio

A prominent Southwest Washington fishing guide was sentenced today in U.S. District court in Tacoma to twelve months ... More...
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Martin J. Coyne v. Diego De Leo

In this unlawful detainer action filed under the Ellis Act (Gov. Code, § 7060
et seq.), defendant Diego De Leo appeals from a judgment of possession entered in favor
of his landlord, Martin J. Coyne. De Leo argues, inter alia, the trial court committed
prejudicial error in its exclusion of evidence. We agree the trial court abused its
discretion in excluding the evidence and revers... More...
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United States of America v. William Holmes Northern District of Ohio Courthouse - Cleveland, Ohio Morelaw Internet Marketing for Legal Professionals Click Here To Find A Lawyer 888-354-4529

A recantation is not always a good reason for a new trial. The recanting witness, in fact, may have told the truth the first time. Other evidence may corroborate the earlier testimony over the recantation. Such is the case here.
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No. 17-3262 Davis v. Bradshaw Page 2
Ian Davis is currently incarcerated for the assault and murder of Marsha Blakely. His conviction was based on the testim... More...
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United States of America v. Paul J. Manafort

Alexandria, VA - The United States of America charged Paul J. Manafort, Jr. with:

Pending Counts
Disposition
26:7206(1); 18:2 and 3551 et seq. Subscribing to False United States Individual Income Tax Returns
(1-5) Dismissed per the filing of the superseding indictment
26:7206(1) Subscribing to False United States Individual Income Tax Returns
(1s-5s)
31:531... More...
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United States of America v. Evelyn Katrina Taylor-Parks Northern District of Georgia Federal Courthouse - Atlanta, Georgia

Atlanta, GA - Former City of Atlanta deputy chief of staff pleads guilty to accepting bribes

Evelyn Katrina Taylor-Parks has pleaded guilty to conspiring to accept bribe payments while serving as the City of Atlanta’s Deputy Chief of Staff to the Mayor for approximately eight years.

“Parks was trusted to serve the citizens of Atlanta, but opted instead to betray that confidence w... More...
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Larry Burkes v. Damon Robertson

The Labor Commissioner (Commissioner) issued an award in favor of Larry
Burkes, an employee of Damon Robertson (doing business as All Ways Delivery) for
unpaid overtime wages, penalties, and interest. Robertson filed a timely pro se notice of
appeal in the Solano County Superior Court, but he failed to post a statutorily required
undertaking (an appeal bond or cash deposit in the a... More...
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United States of America v. Randall Alan Franz Montana District Federal Courthouse - Missoula, Montana

Missoula, MT - Man Sentenced to Federal Prison for Concealing Assets During His Bankruptcy

Randall Alan Franz, a 59-year-old resident of Sandpoint, Idaho, was sentenced on Thursday to 8 months in prison followed by three years of supervised release, and ordered to pay $205,084.79 in restitution after pleading guilty to concealing assets in bankruptcy. Chief U.S. District Judge Dana Christ... More...
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Eva Moore v. John Urquhart Western District of Washington Federal Courthouse - Seattle, Washington

This is a class action challenging the constitutionality of
a Washington statute that allows tenants to be evicted from
their homes without a court hearing. Plaintiffs seek
declaratory and injunctive relief against the Sheriff of King
County, whose office enforces the challenged statute by
executing the eviction orders. The district court dismissed
the action with prejudice... More...
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UNITED STATES OF AMERICA v. DOMINIQUE JOHNSON

During the late spring and summer of 2009, Dominique Johnson participated in five bank robberies in the Philadelphia area. In early May, Johnson committed the first robbery by himself, carrying a BB gun. In late May, he committed the second robbery, again carrying a BB gun, but this time assisted by two others: Gregory Lawrence and Jerry Taylor. In June, Johnson bought a .40 caliber Glock pistol. ... More...   $0 (08-17-2018 - PA)

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA –v.– MERLIN ALSTON

Alston worked as a New York City police officer from 2006 until his arrest in July 2   2015. A few years into his law enforcement career, however, he began serving as an 3   armed driver for his childhood friend, Gabriel Reyes, who sold marijuana, cocaine, and 4   MDMA. Alston knew that Reyes was dealing drugs, but he never reported Reyes to 5   authorities or encouraged Reyes to stop. To the cont... More...   $0 (08-16-2018 - NY)

Shameka Winslett v. 1811 27th Avenue, LLC

Shameka Winslett filed a complaint asserting various claims against her former
landlord Yugal Sagi and his LLC after he failed to make repairs to her apartment and filed
an unlawful detainer action against her. Sagi responded by filing an anti-SLAPP motion to
strike three of these claims, for retaliation and retaliatory eviction under Civil Code section
1942.5,1
former subdivis... More...
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United States of America v. Jameka Coffey Northern District of Mississippi Federal Courthouse - Oxford, Mississippi

Oxford, MS - Mississippi Return Preparer Pleads Guilty to Filing False Tax Returns

A Starkville, Mississippi tax return preparer pleaded guilty on August 10, 2018 to aiding and assisting in the preparation and filing of a false tax return.

According to documents and information provided to the court, from early 2012 through April 2016, Jameka Coffey managed ABS Tax Services, a ta... More...
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Lawrence Rubin Montoya v. Detective Martin E. Vigil, et al. District of Colorado Federal Courthouse - Denver, Colorado Morelaw Internet Marketing National Find A Lawyer Directory 888-354-4529

A jury convicted fourteen-year-old Lawrence Montoya for the New Year’s
Day murder of a teacher from his school. After serving over thirteen years in
prison, Montoya brought post-conviction claims for ineffective assistance of
counsel and actual innocence. The prosecution agreed to a compromise resulting
in Montoya’s release from prison. He then sued several detectives involved in t... More...
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Monica J. Rogers v. Henry Ford Health System Eastern District of Michigan Federal Courthouse - Detroit, Michigan

Plaintiff Monica Rogers, an African-American woman in her sixties, has been employed by defendant Henry Ford Health System (“HFHS”) for over thirty years. In late 2012, Rogers was working as a consultant in HFHS’s Organizational Human Resources Development (“OHRD”) Department. After she was denied reclassification as a Senior OHRD Consultant, Rogers made an internal complaint of racial and age dis... More...   $0 (08-06-2018 - MI)

United States of America v. David Klimenko Eastern District of Louisiana Federal Courthouse - New Orleans, Louisiana Morelaw Internet Marketing National Find A Lawyer Directory 888-354-4529

Louisiana Revised Statutes § 14:122 criminalizes “the use of violence, force, or threats” on any public officer or employee with the intent to influence the officer’s conduct in relation to his position. Travis Seals threatened police when arrested; he facially challenges Section 14:122 as unconstitutionally overbroad in violation of the First Amendment. The district court agreed with
Case: 17... More...
   $0 (08-04-2018 - LA)

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