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Eli Madison III v. The State of Texas Second Court of Appeals - Texas Courts

Madison was a long-time member of Pilgrim Valley Missionary Baptist
Church. Since 1970, the church was a beneficiary of the Pilgrim Valley Manor
Housing Trust, of which the principal asset was an apartment complex known as
Pilgrim Valley Manor Apartments. Around 2005, the Housing Trust had only one
active member—Velmeta Washington—on its board of trustees. Washington
ne... More...
   $0 (01-20-2018 - TX)

Erotic Service Provider Legal Education and Research Project v. Georg Gascon, etl. Northern District of California Federal Courthouse - San Francisco

Plaintiff-appellant Erotic Service Provider Legal,
Education & Research Project; K.L.E.S.; C.V.; J.B.; and
John Doe (collectively, “ESP”) appeal the district court’s
dismissal of their 42 U.S.C. §1983 action. ESP claims that
Section 647(b) of the California Penal Code, which
criminalizes the commercial exchange of sexual activity,
violates: (1) the Fourteenth Amendment subs... More...
   $0 (01-19-2018 - CA)

STATE OF NEW JERSEY v. ARTHUR L. HOYLE, a/k/a SKINNYMAN HOYLE, and ARTHUR HOYLE

Defendant, who was charged with multiple drug offenses, filed
numerous pretrial motions, including a motion to suppress evidence
obtained from the use of a global positioning system (GPS) tracker
and a motion to recuse the trial court judge. After the court
denied the motion to suppress and the motion to recuse, defendant
pled guilty to first-degree possession with intent... More...
   $0 (01-18-2018 - NJ)

Amber Keith v. State of Indiana COURT OF APPEALS OF INDIANA

On March 1, 2017, pursuant to her conviction for a crime about which the
record gives us no additional information, Keith was ordered to serve 180 days
on home detention. The home detention order stipulated Keith was to remain
in her home except to attend probation appointments and to have her
monitoring device maintained.
[3] Keith was fitted with the monitoring device... More...
   $0 (01-13-2018 - IN)

STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA v. KENNETH ROBERT FULLER COURT OF APPEALS OF NORTH CAROLINA

On 19 December 2014, Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Officer Wayne Goode
(“Officer Goode”) was on duty in the area of Dalton Street and Tryon Street in
Charlotte. Officer Goode and other officers conducted surveillance of Defendant as
he sat in the driver’s seat of a gold-colored Mercedes-Benz sedan, parked at a gas
station located on North Tryon Street. Officer Goode was famili... More...
   $0 (01-10-2018 - NC)

State of Missouri vs. Melinda Tillitt Missouri Court of Appeals Western District

Ms. Tillitt was initially charged in May 2015 with four counts of first-degree
statutory sodomy for deviate sexual intercourse involving one of her daughters, K.B.T.
The information was later amended to add one count of first-degree statutory sodomy
for deviate sexual intercourse and one count of first-degree child molestation for sexual
contact involving another daughter, K.D... More...
   $0 (01-09-2018 - MO)

Animal Legal Defense Fund, et al. v. Lawrence G. Wasden District of Idaho Federal Courthouse - Boise, Idaho

Investigative journalism has long been a fixture in the American press, particularly with regard to food safety.1 In the early 1900s, Upton Sinclair highlighted conditions in the meat-packing industry in The Jungle, a novel based on his time working incognito in a packing plant.2 This case also originates in the agricultural sector—a secretly-filmed exposé of the operation of an Idaho dairy farm. ... More...   $0 (01-09-2018 - ID)

STATE OF IOWA vs. DANIELLE BROWN Supreme Court of Iowa

The facts are essentially uncontested. The officers in this case obtained a search warrant for the residence. The search warrant indicated that the police were looking for evidence of the use, sale, and distribution of narcotics, along with firearms and ammunition. The search warrant identified one man, Jeffrey Sickles, as a person to be searched. An attached police affidavit identified a woma... More...   $0 (01-08-2018 - IA)

STATE OF OKLAHOMA v. DANIEL LEE SHADE, JR.

Shade was charged with the offenses of "Embezzlement by Employee" (Count I) and "Second Degree Burglary" (Count II) in Cleveland County, Case No. CRF-998-47, and "Larceny of Motor Vehicle" in Logan County, Case No. CRF-1997-10. In 2012, Shade received a full pardon for these offenses.
¶3 In June 2016, Shade filed a petition seeking to expunge all records pertaining to Case No. CRF-998-47. Shad... More...
   $0 (01-06-2018 - OK)

Christopher James Pennington v. The State of Texas Fannin Co. man convicted of child sex crimes sentenced to 10 years Companion Case # 06-17-00041-CR

In this case, the State’s indictment alleged that Pennington caused Marcy, a child younger
than seventeen, to engage in sexual contact by causing her to touch his genitals, with the intent to
arouse or gratify his sexual desire. In companion cause number 06-17-00041-CR, the State alleged
that Pennington, when Marcy was younger than fourteen, had intentionally and knowingly caused <... More...
   $0 (01-06-2018 - TX)

United States of America v. Stephanie Lois Watkins, a/k/a Stephanie Harrell Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals - Elbert P. Tuttle Federal Courthouse - Atlanta, Georgia

Stephanie Watkins, a native and citizen of Jamaica—and until her deportation in 2003, a lawful permanent resident of the United States—appeals her conviction for reentering the country illegally following deportation. On appeal, Watkins argues that her indictment should have been dismissed because her deportation order was invalid due to a change in what crimes are considered “crimes involving mor... More...   $0 (01-05-2018 - FL)

United States of America v. Donald Clifton Allen, Jr. Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit

Defendant Donald Clifton Allen, Jr., a self-proclaimed reality TV
star, thought that his television show about his life was going to make him rich. Instead, Allen
was convicted by a jury for prostitution and child pornography offenses and sentenced to 300
months in prison. He now challenges the denial of his motion to suppress evidence found during
the search of an apartment where ... More...
   $0 (01-05-2018 - MI)

Monica Dycus v. State of Indiana COURT OF APPEALS OF INDIANA

On January 8, 2016, El-Hadj Barry (Barry) noticed his ex-girlfriend, Dycus,
following him when he was on his way to pick up a female friend from school.
Barry pulled over and told Dycus to stop tailing him. Dycus did not respond
and continued to follow Barry to the school. After picking up his friend, Barry
decided to drive around for a while in an attempt to lose Dycus. Ho... More...
   $0 (01-05-2018 - IN)

Daniel Latner v. Mount Sinai Health System, Inc. West Park Medical Group, P.C. Second Circuit Court of Appeals - New York, New York

The question presented is whether a flu shot reminder text
message sent by a hospital violated the Telephone Consumer
Protection Act (“TCPA”), 47 U.S.C. § 227.
This appeal from the United States District Court for the
Southern District of New York (Alvin K. Hellerstein, Judge), Plaintiff‐
Appellant David Latner (“Latner”) challenges the District Court’s
decision grant... More...
   $0 (01-03-2018 - NY)

STATE OF OHIO v. JARELLE N. GUICE

Late one evening, Mr. Guice ignored a police officer’s signal to stop his car and
led the officer on a brief car chase. At the time, Mr. Guice was the subject of a BOLO (“be on
the lookout”) because he had threatened his ex-girlfriend several hours earlier. The chase ended
when Mr. Guice, having driven to the duplex community where his ex-girlfriend was staying,
crashed his c... More...
   $0 (01-01-2018 - OH)

STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA v. KENNETH ROBERT FULLER North Carolina Court of Appeals

On 19 December 2014, Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Officer Wayne Goode
(“Officer Goode”) was on duty in the area of Dalton Street and Tryon Street in
Charlotte. Officer Goode and other officers conducted surveillance of Defendant as
he sat in the driver’s seat of a gold-colored Mercedes-Benz sedan, parked at a gas
station located on North Tryon Street. Officer Goode was famili... More...
   $0 (12-31-2017 - NC)

Carlos Morales v. David Barnes Dallas County Courthouse - Dallas, Texas

Appellant Carlos Morales asserts that the trial court erred in denying his motion to dismiss pursuant to chapter 27 of the Texas Civil Practice & Remedies Code. Morales also asserts that the trial court abused its discretion in granting appellee David Barnes’s motion to disregard Morales’s reply to Barnes’s response to motion to dismiss. We affirm in part and reverse in part.
BACKGROUND
Ba... More...
   $0 (12-31-2017 - )

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA v. WALTER EARL SAULSBERRY United States Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit

About 10:30 P.M. on August 15, 2015, a dispatcher informed Sergeant
Christopher Eastwood of the Oklahoma City Police Department that a caller had reported
someone smoking marijuana in a black Honda with Texas license plates parked at an
Arby’s. Although the caller did not identify himself (for convenience we will treat the
caller as a male), he said he was an employee at the A... More...
   $0 (12-30-2017 - OK)

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA v. BRAYAN GOMEZ United States Court of Appeals 2nd Circuit

In March 2014, Hartford police detective James Campbell and 10
Drug Enforcement Administration (“DEA”) special agent Michael 11
Schatz––members of a DEA task force––were investigating a large‐12
scale  heroin‐trafficking  organization  operating  out  of  Hartford.
Based  on  information  from  a  wiretap  and  cooperating  sources, 1
Campbell and Schatz suspect... More...
   $0 (12-30-2017 - CT)

Josh Finkelman v. National Football League, et al. United States Third Circuit Court of Appeals

Plaintiff Josh Finkelman had the once-in-a-lifetime
opportunity to buy tickets to Super Bowl XLVIII held in his
home state of New Jersey in February 2014. However, the
National Football League (“NFL”) withheld almost all of these
tickets—99%—from the general public for league insiders,
offering the remaining 1% to lucky winners of a lottery that all
could enter. To get his ... More...
   $0 (12-30-2017 - NJ)

Leonal Anthony Garcia-Garcia v. Costco Wholesale Croporation United States Court of Appeals for the First Circuit for the First Circuit

After approximately eleven
years of working his way up the Costco1 employment ladder,
appellant Leonal Anthony Garcia-Garcia2 (Garcia) was fired
following an investigation which revealed an inventory discrepancy
in the Meat Department that he managed. Garcia sued Costco in
federal court invoking diversity jurisdiction and alleging an
array of Puerto-Rico-based claims stemmi... More...
   $0 (12-30-2017 - PR)

United States of America v. William R. Jones Central District of Illinois Federal Courthouse - Rock Island, Illinois

Rock Island, IL - Geneseo Man Sentenced to Eight Months in Prison for Stolen Valor Offenses

U.S. District Judge Sara L. Darrow today ordered William R. Jones, 68, of Geneseo, Ill., to serve eight months in federal prison for theft of government funds and making false statements about his military service to the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs. Jones was also ordered to pay a fine of $... More...
   $0 (12-27-2017 - IL)

STATE OF IOWA vs. MARK BERNARD RETTERATH

According to the prosecution’s theory, Retterath was reenacting a
murderous plotline from an episode of Breaking Bad1 as he solicited associates
Aaron Sellers and J.R. to exact revenge against C.L., the young man who accused
Retterath of sexual abuse. The accusations of sexual abuse surfaced in January 2015, but the events
dated back more than ten years. As a young teenager,... More...
   $0 (12-24-2017 - IA)

Philip Eil v. U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration United States Court of Appeals for the First Circuit for the First Circuit

In 2011, Dr. Paul Volkman was tried and convicted of a number of drug-related charges for
illegally prescribing pain medication leading to the deaths of at
least fourteen individuals. Philip Eil, a journalist writing a
book on Dr. Volkman's case, attended portions of that public trial.
In 2012, Eil submitted a Freedom of Information Act
("FOIA") request for the exhibits introdu... More...
   $0 (12-22-2017 - RI)

STATE OF NEW JERSEY v. WILLIAM BURKERT Supreme Court of New Jersey

On September 30, 2011, Halton filed three separate complaints, alleging that Burkert committed the petty disorderly persons offense of harassment on January 8, 9, and 11, 2011, in violation of N.J.S.A. 2C:33-4(c).1 A three-day trial was held in
1 A petty disorderly persons offense is punishable by up to thirty days in jail. N.J.S.A. 2C:43-8.
5
the Elizabeth ... More...
   $0 (12-21-2017 - CT)

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