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Tara-Lee Campbell and Byron Manchaster v. Brian Ackerman Morelaw Internet Marketing for Legal Professionals MoreLaw Will Make Your Phone Ring $0 to $1000+ Per Month - No Contract 888-354-4529

Portland, ME - Tara-Lee Campbell and Byron Manchaster sued Brian Ackerman in his individual and official capacity as Detective of the Cumberland County Sheriff's office on civil rights violation theories under 42 U.S.C. 1983.

08/22/2017 92 BILL OF COSTS by BRIAN ACKERMAN Responses due by 9/12/2017. (MARCHESI, PETER) (Entered: 08/22/2017)
08/22/2017 93 MEMORANDUM by BRIAN ACKERMAN in... More...
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MICHAEL MITCHELL V. STATE OF ARKANSAS

Shannell Holmes was married to the victim, Troy Holmes. Shannell had two
teenage daughters at home, Ayanna and Asia, and Roderick Gulley, Shannell’s cousin, was
staying with the Holmes family. On the evening of December 27, 2014, Roderick began
arguing and “tussling” with his baby’s mother, Tatiana Curry, about their baby spending
the night at the Holmes residence. Roderick “re... More...
   $0 (04-22-2018 - AR)

STATE OF LOUISIANA V. CHRISTOPHER HUTSELL

In March 2015, Mr. Hutsell and the victim, Julia Anderson (―Ms.
Anderson‖), had been in a romantic relationship for about twenty-one or twenty
two days. Both were part of a traveling community and were in New Orleans
during this time period. On March 19, 2015, around 10:00 p.m., the couple, along
with their three dogs, were in the parking lot of the McDonald‘s (... More...
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STATE OF LOUISIANA V. DUDLEY MELANCON, JR. -AKA- DUDLEY MELANCON Morelaw Internet Marketing for Legal Professionals MoreLaw Will Make Your Phone Ring $0 to $1000+ Per Month - No Contract

Defendant, Dudley Melancon, Jr., and Jeremiah Christopher Jones were
charged with first degree robbery, a violation of La.R.S. 14:64.1, on June 11, 2014,
as the result of an incident on May 7, 2014, in which Defendant robbed the victim
of a bank bag. Defendant pled not guilty and requested a jury trial. The charges
against Defendant and Jones were severed, and Defendant was t... More...
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STATE OF LOUISIANA VERSUS PHARAOH BRAZELL

On August 22, 2014, defendant was charged by grand jury indictment with
(Count 1) attempted first degree murder, (Count 2) aggravated rape,2 and (Count 3)second degree kidnapping of K.H.3 At his arraignment on August 27, 2015,
defendant pled not guilty to all charges. On January 5, 2016, the State amended
Count 1 of the indictment from attempted first degree murder, a violation of... More...
   $0 (04-21-2018 - LA)

State of Louisiana v. Billy R. Meadows, Jr.

On January 10, 2017, Billy R. Meadows pled guilty to second degree
cruelty to a juvenile, and was subsequently adjudicated a fourth felony
offender pursuant to La. R.S. 15:529.1. As a result of the habitual offender
adjudication, Meadows’ sentence was enhanced from 40 years of
imprisonment at hard labor to imprisonment for the rest of his natural life.
Meadows urges the f... More...
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ELIJAH N. RAMDORSINGH v. STATE OF KANSAS

In September 2010, the State charged Ramdorsingh with one count of possession of cocaine and one count of driving while suspended in Shawnee County case No. 10 CR 1630. In January 2011, the State charged Ramdorsingh in Shawnee County case No. 11 CR 95 with two counts of kidnapping, two counts of conspiracy to commit kidnapping, two counts of aggravated burglary, two counts of conspiracy to commit ... More...   $0 (04-21-2018 - KS)

STATE OF KANSAS v. TRAVIS P. ODOM Rape and aggravated indecent liberties with a child

Though Odom's brief provides a limited sketch of the underlying facts, the circumstances prompting the State to charge Odom with four counts of rape and one count of aggravated indecent liberties with a child are immaterial for purposes of resolving Odom's issues on appeal. This court need only to address the procedural history of the case to provide a background for the legal challenges Odom rais... More...   $0 (04-21-2018 - KS)

John Jeremy Loveall v. The State of Texas

Appellant was indicted on July 29, 2014 for possession of less than one gram of
methamphetamine with intent to deliver, a state jail felony. See TEX. HEALTH & SAFETY
CODE ANN. §§ 481.103, 481.113, 481.116 (West, Westlaw through 2017 1st C.S.).
Pursuant to a plea agreement, appellant pleaded guilty to the lesser included offense of
possession of a controlled substance, and the... More...
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Chad Barry Barnes v. Sea Hawaii Rafting, LLC Federal Courthouse - Honolulu, Hawaii

Chad Barnes is a seaman who was injured when the boat on which he was working, the M/V Tehani, exploded. During his recovery, Barnes received some monetary assistance from either Sea Hawaii Rafting, LLC (“SHR”), which owned the Tehani, or Kris Henry, SHR’s owner and manager, but those payments soon stopped. Seeking the
6 BARNES V. SEA HAWAII RAFTING
ancient maritime remedy of maintenance a... More...
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STATE OF KANSAS v. LUKE REED

In 1982, a jury convicted Reed of one count of aggravated kidnapping and one count of rape. The district court sentenced Reed to 15 years to life imprisonment for the rape charge and life imprisonment for the aggravated kidnapping charge, with the sentences to run consecutively.

Reed filed a direct appeal arguing only that the district court abused its discretion by allowing an amendm... More...
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Tracey K. Kuehl v. Pamela Sllner Northern District of Iowa Federal Courthouse - Cedar Rapids, Iowa

Tracey K. Kuehl (Tracey), Lisa K. Kuehl (Lisa), Kris A. Bell, Nancy A.
Harvey, John T. Braumann, and the Animal Legal Defense Fund (plaintiffs) brought
suit against Pamela Sellner, Tom Sellner, and Cricket Hollow Zoo (defendants) under
1The Honorable Richard W. Goldberg, United States Court of International
Trade, sitting by designation.
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the Endangered Species Act, 16 U... More...
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Norman Whitney, Sr. v. City of St. Louis, et al. Eastern District of Missouri Federal Courthouse - St. Louis, Missouri

Norman Whitney, Sr. (“Whitney Sr.”) brought this action after his son, a
pretrial detainee who had recently been treated for suicidal thoughts, hanged himself
in a cell that was monitored by closed-circuit television. Whitney Sr. asserted state
law wrongful death claims and federal claims under 42 U.S.C. § 1983 against
correctional officer Shelley Sharp and the City of St. Louis. T... More...
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Zane Schoenfeld v. Tranvis Sides

This appeal involves the distinction between claims of false arrest
and malicious prosecution. When someone is falsely arrested or
maliciously prosecuted, state actors face potential liability under 42 U.S.C.
§ 1983. But the two claims differ: The claim of malicious prosecution is
confined to seizures (for purposes of the Fourth Amendment) based on
“‘legal process’” like a warr... More...
   $0 (04-17-2018 - CO)

James Michael Crawford v. Dillon Alley and Orange County

Santa Ana, CA - James Michael Crawford sued County of Orange and Dillon P. Alley on civil rights violation theories under 42 U.S.C. 1983 claiming that Defendant Dillon P. Alley assaulted and battered him in the Orange County Courthouse. Alley counterclaimed asserting that he was the one who was assaulted and battered.

Crawford sought $10 million in damages for the injuries he sustained i... More...
   $250000 (04-17-2018 - CA)

AVENTURA H. PALOMO, JR. v. THE STATE OF WYOMING Wyoming Supreme Court

In the early morning hours of September 29, 2015, Officer Lisa Koeppel of the Cheyenne Police Department responded to a call from dispatch concerning a fight between Appellant and his brother. When she arrived, the two men ran. She ordered them to stop, then gave chase. Appellant attempted to enter his residence, but she stopped him from doing so. He then turned toward her, grabbed her ballis... More...   $0 (04-17-2018 - WY)

SEDRIC SUTTON a/k/a CEDRIC SUTTON a/k/a SEDRIC QUINTORUS SUTTON v. STATE OF MISSISSIPPI

The petitioner, John Michael Howell, appeals the portion of the Circuit Court of Wetzel County’s May 12, 2016, “Amended Entry of a Plea and Sentencing Order Amended” [sic] specifying that he will be eligible for parole consideration after serving a minimum of fifteen years in prison. He argues that pursuant to statute, he should be eligible for parole after ten years of incarceration. The State of... More...   $0 (04-16-2018 - MS)

DANIEL LYNN HONEY v. STATE OF ARKANSAS

Honey was charged with two counts of rape based on allegations that he inserted his
finger into the vagina and anus of seven-year-old R.T. Prior to trial, Honey filed a motion
for discovery to which the State filed a response and supplemental response. Honey later filed
a separate request for discovery pursuant to Arkansas Rule of Criminal Procedure 17.1,
specifically asking the S... More...
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David M. Hopper v. Phil Plummer, et al. Southern District of Ohio Federal Courthouse - Dayton, Ohio

Robert Richardson suffered a seizure two days after he was booked into the Montgomery
County Jail in Dayton, Ohio. Corrections officers and medical staff responded to the medical
call. Despite both a jail policy that prohibited placing restrained inmates in a prone position and
a medic’s appeal to handcuff Richardson in front, the officers handcuffed him behind his back
and restrai... More...
   $0 (04-16-2018 - OH)

Pasadena Police Officers Association v. City of Pasadena, Los Angeles Times Communications, LLC, Intervener and Appellant


Nikki Moore for California News Publishers Association as
Amicus Curiae on behalf of Intervener and Appellant.
Katie Townsend, Bruce D. Brown and Caitlin Vogus for
Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press as Amicus Curiae
on behalf of Intervener and Appellant.
Rains Lucia Stern St. Phalle & Silver, Timothy K. Talbot
and Jacob A. Kalinksi for Plaintiffs and Responde... More...
   $0 (04-16-2018 - CA)

ANDREW LEE JACKSON V. STATE OF ARKANSAS

A Garland County jury convicted Andrew Lee Jackson of two counts of rape and
sentenced him to 40 years’ imprisonment in the Arkansas Department of Correction
(ADC) for each conviction, to be served consecutively. On appeal, Jackson does not
challenge the sufficiency of the evidence to support his convictions. Rather, he argues that
the circuit court erred by denying his request... More...
   $0 (04-15-2018 - AR)

RAKESH SRIVASTAVA and SHARMILA SHANKAR, Appellants, v. UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS, a/k/a UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS MEDICAL CENTER, a/k/a STATE OF KANSAS (HARTMUT JAESCHKE, CODY TULLY, PAUL TERRANOVA, and ROY JENSEN University of Kansas

Dr. Rakesh Srivastava and Dr. Sharmila Shankar, who are husband and wife, both worked for the University of Kansas Medical Center (KUMC). For different reasons, KUMC terminated Dr. Srivastava's and Dr. Shankar's employment. Believing that they were wrongfully terminated, Dr. Srivastava and Dr. Shankar sued University of Kansas (KU), as the institutional organization governing KUMC. Later, howeve... More...   $0 (04-14-2018 - KS)

STATE OF KANSAS v. ETHAN D. BENNETT

Beginning in January 2016, the Clay County Sheriff's Department began conducting trash pulls and surveilling a residence in Clay Center. Cassie Kerr lived there with her husband, Greg Baxter, and her father, Kenneth Baker. During this time, the department received complaints and information about that residence and observed much traffic in and out of the home. On February 19, 2016, the sheriff's d... More...   $0 (04-14-2018 - KS)

JOSHUA ROBERTSON v. DALE CALL, et al Kansas Court Of Appeals

For a complete recitation of the facts and procedural history, see Robertson v. Call, No. 114,122, 2016 WL 4413321 (Kan. App. 2016) (unpublished opinion) (Robertson II), and Robertson v. Call, No. 112,132, 2015 WL 326677 (Kan. App. 2015) (unpublished opinion), rev. denied 301 Kan. 1047 (2015) (Robertson I). Relevant to this appeal, on February 21, 2014, Robertson filed a petition for writ of habea... More...   $0 (04-14-2018 - KS)

CITY OF GODDARD v. JON P. FREISTUHLER

On February 12, 2015, at approximately 2:47 a.m., Goddard Police Sergeant Lance Beagley was traveling east on U.S. Highway 54 within the city limits of Goddard. Officer Beagley observed a pickup truck approaching from the other direction, which appeared to be traveling faster than the posted speed limit. There was very little traffic at that time of night. Using his rear window radar antenna, Offi... More...   $0 (04-14-2018 - KS)

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