Recent Verdicts and Judgements

Javier Aguilar v. Wells Fargo Bank, N.A.

Fort Worth, Texas – Breach of Contract lawyer represented Appellant with appealing a consumer credit card breach of contract suit. Wells Fargo Bank brought a consumer credit card breach of contract suit against Aguilar. Aguilar appealed the trial court’s entry of summary judgment (including an award of attorney’s fees) in favor of Wells Fargo. The Amarillo Court of Appeals1 affirmed th ... More $0 (08-15-2022 - TX)

Joseph Weaver v. The State of Texas

Child Sexual Predator

Fort Worth, Texas – Criminal Defense lawyer represented defendant with indecency with a child by contact and three counts of sexual assault of a child charges. Weaver and Lisa1 met on the first day of their senior year in high school after Weaver moved with his family to North Texas from Houston. Weaver and Lisa began dating, and Lisa became pregnant. When Weaver’s family decided to move ... More $0 (08-15-2022 - TX)

In the Estate of Xavier Gomez III, Deceased

Fort Worth, Texas – Probate lawyer represented Appellee with contending that she is heir because the two of them entered into a common-law marriage. The underlying probate proceeding concerns the decedent Mr. Xavier Gomez III, who was killed in an accident while employed by Appellant Jackson Construction, Ltd. Prior to his death, Mr. Gomez had lived with Appellee Estephany Pachecano, and th ... More $0 (08-15-2022 - TX)

Demetrius Grant v. Wind Turbine and Energy Cables Corp. and Arrow Personnel, LLC

Fort Worth, Texas – Personal Injury lawyer represented Appellant with a negligence claim. Most of the relevant facts are undisputed. It is undisputed that Arrow interviewed and hired Grant and that it assigned him to work at WTEC’s warehouse as a temporary worker. WTEC, in turn, provided Grant with warehouse-specific training, 2 instructed Grant on his job duties, 3 supervised Grant’s ... More $0 (08-15-2022 - TX)

Gabriel P. Salas v. The State of Texas

Fort Worth, Texas – Criminal Defense lawyer represented defendant with a obstruction or retaliation charge. The trial court’s most recent order found Salas incompetent to stand trial and ordered that he undergo jail-based competency restoration services. See Tex. Code Crim. Proc. arts. 46B.005, 46B.091. We do not have jurisdiction over an appeal from such an order. See id. art. 46B.011; ... More $0 (08-15-2022 - TX)

Thomas Edward Blankenship v. The State of Texas

Fort Worth, Texas – Criminal Defense lawyer represented defendant with a unlawful burning charge. Appellant Thomas Edward Blankenship challenges his conviction for Class A misdemeanor unlawful burning on various sufficiency grounds. In his first two issues, Blankenship argues that there is no evidence that the “treated wood, soda cans, and bottles” he was charged with burning qualify a ... More $0 (08-15-2022 - TX)

Donna Payne, individually and as representative of the Estate of Neil Harrah v. BNSF Railway Company, (Individually and as Successor-in Interest to the Burlington Northern & Santa Fe Railway Company, Atchison and Quincy Railroad Company, Burlington Northern, Inc., and Burlington Northern Railroad Company

Fort Worth, Texas – Personal Injury lawyer represented Appellant with suing for exposure to asbestos that ultimately resulted in his death from cancer. In 1957, Harrah began working for what is now BNSF Railway Company. He was a fireman and locomotive engineer. While working on (or near) BNSF’s locomotives and facilities, he was exposed to asbestos and other toxic substances. He 3 voluntari ... More $0 (08-15-2022 - TX)

State of Louisiana in the Interest of B.J.

New Orleans, Louisiana criminal law lawyer represented Defendant charged with illegal possession of a firearm. On April 18, 2022, the State filed a delinquency petition in the Juvenile Court for the Parish of Orleans, charging B.J. with one count of illegal possession of a handgun by a juvenile pursuant to La. R.S. 14:95.8.[2] On April 20, 2022, B.J. entered a denial to the charge. On June 27, 2 ... More $0 (08-15-2022 - )

Fort Worth, Texas – Criminal Defense lawyer represented defendant with a charge. ... More $0 (08-14-2022 - TX)

Christopher Timothy Sherman v. Mollie Marie Sherman

Fort Worth, Texas – Divorce lawyer represented Appellee with requesting post-divorce spousal maintenance. Christopher and Mollie Sherman were married for almost thirteen years when Mollie filed her petition for divorce. In her petition, Mollie requested post-divorce spousal maintenance for a reasonable period. In the final decree, the trial court ordered Christopher to pay spousal maintena ... More $0 (08-14-2022 - TX)

IN THE INTEREST OF B.A.M., A Child

Houston, TX – Child Custode lawyer represented defendant with appealing the Final Order terminating her parental rights to her child. Mother and Father had one child, B.A.M., born on March 27, 2015, who is the subject of this suit. This investigation of Mother1 began in December 2020 after appellee, the Department of Family and Protective Services (the “Department”), received an allega ... More $0 (08-14-2022 - TX)

Harley Channelview Properties, LLC v. Harley Marine Gulf, LLC

Houston, TX – Real Estate lawyer represented Appellant with appealing a Lease Agreement and Moorage Agreement with appellee. On January 31, 2011, Channelview, as landlord, entered into a Consolidated Lease Agreement and Moorage Agreement with appellee, HMG, as tenant, covering a maritime facility along the Houston Ship Channel. 1 As part of the lease agreement, the parties agreed that ... More $0 (08-14-2022 - TX)

Ariel Montoya and Ofelia Montoya v. AMCAP Mortgage, Ltd

Houston, TX – Foreclosure lawyer represented defendant with challenging the mortgage foreclosure suit. I. Refinancing, Note, and deed of trust Ariel Montoya refinanced his house in Sealy, Texas. On February 2, 2017, he signed a note (“Note”) for a mortgage loan, in the amount of $144,229.00 plus interest. The Note identified the lender as AmCap, and it identified the address where pa ... More $0 (08-14-2022 - TX)

Debra Pace v. Social Security Administration

Columbia, South Carolina social security disability lawyer represented Plaintiff, seeking review of the denial of her application for benefits by HHS. ... More $0 (08-14-2022 - SC)

United States of America v. Marquavis Keyon

Wilmington, North Carolina criminal law lawyer represented Defendant charged with felony possession of a firearm. On October 22, 2020, officers with the Rocky Mount Police Department encountered Marquavis Jones, from Tarboro, at his residence while investigating a robbery. Jones appeared at the door with a firearm loaded with a high-capacity magazine around his neck. Upon entering, officers dire ... More $0 (08-14-2022 - MD)

United States of America v. Tyrone Edmondson

Washington, District of Columbia criminal law lawyer represented Defendant charged with second-degree burglary. Tyrone Edmondson, 49, who had no fixed address, was sentenced today to a five-year prison term on charges stemming from a series of break-ins in Northwest Washington in 2021. Edmondson pleaded guilty in May 2022, in the Superior Court of the District of Columbia, to charges ... More $0 (08-14-2022 - DC)

United States of America v. Shy’Quan Dodson

Norfolk, Virginia criminal law lawyer represented Defendant charged with possessing a machine gun. Shy’Quan Dodson, 25, possessed a machine gun on July 18, 2021. That day, Norfolk police officers were in the vicinity of the 900 block of Tunstall Avenue in Norfolk, where they observed multiple individuals shooting at each other. The individuals fled in three separate vehicles, and during the en ... More $0 (08-14-2022 - )

United States of America v. Jerada "Rod" Henderson

Abingdon, Virginia criminal law lawyer represented Defendant charged with conspiracy to distribute drugs. Jerada “Rod” Henderson, 40, of Locust Grove, Georgia, was convicted by a jury in February 2022 on one count of conspiracy to distribute methamphetamine and one count of possession with intent to distribute 50 grams or more of methamphetamine, a Schedule II controlled substance. Henderson ... More $0 (08-14-2022 - VA)

United States of America v. Joshua H. Ruschel

Wheeling, West Virginia criminal law lawyer represented Defendant charged with possession of child porn. Joshua H. Ruschel, age 42, of Valley Grove, West Virginia, pleaded guilty today to one count of “Possession of Child Pornography.” Ruschel admitted to having child pornography depicting a child under the age of 12 in June 2020 in Ohio County. Ruschel faces up to 20 years of incarceration ... More $0 (08-14-2022 - WV)

United States of America v. Abdul Inusah

Huntington, West Virginia criminal law lawyer represented Defendant charged with engaging in a scheme that defrauded individuals in multiple states through the use of false online personas. Evidence at trial revealed that Inusah was part of a conspiracy that targeted victims using false personas via email, text messaging, and online dating and social media websites. From at least January 2018 th ... More $0 (08-14-2022 - WV)

United States of America v. Mitchell Spivack

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania criminal law lawyer represented Defendant charged with illegally dispensing controlled drugs. Philadelphia-based Spivack, Inc., previously operating under the name Verree Pharmacy, and owner-pharmacist Mitchell Spivack, to resolve allegations that they engaged in a years-long practice of illegally dispensing opioids and other controlled substances, and systematic health ... More $0 (08-14-2022 - PA)

United States of America v. Chima Nneji and Alex Mgbolu

Harrisburg, Pennsylvania criminal law lawyer represented Defendant charged with conspiracy to commit mail fraud, wire fraud, and money laundering. According to United States Attorney Gerard M. Karam, Nneji conspired with his codefendant brother, Chima Nneji, codefendant Alex Mgbolu, and other unnamed individuals between July 2002 and May 2010, to commit mail fraud, wire fraud, and money launder ... More $0 (08-14-2022 - PA)

United States of America v. Cristobal Rosa-Robles

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania criminal law lawyer represented Defendant charged with possession with intent to distribute heroin. On March 27, 2019, a Trooper with the Pennsylvania State Police stopped Cristobal Rosa-Robles’ vehicle for traffic violations as he drove eastbound on the Pennsylvania Turnpike. After speaking with Mr. Rosa-Robles, the Trooper believed that he may be involved in drug traf ... More $0 (08-14-2022 - PA)

United States of America v. Anthony D. Parker, aka “Papa Smurf”

Camden, New Jersey criminal law lawyer represented Defendant charged with being a felony in possession of a firearm. Anthony D. Parker, aka “Papa Smurf,” 38, of Camden, was convicted at trial in March 2022 before U.S. District Judge Noel L. Hillman of one count of being a felon in possession of a weapon. Parker has three previous convictions for illegally possessing a weapon, as well as prior ... More $0 (08-14-2022 - NJ)

United States of America v. Oscar Abreu, Rafael Grullon and Aldo Palomino, Jr.

White Plains, New York criminal law lawyers represent Defendants charged with conspiracy to steal mail. Oscar Abreu, Rafael Grullon and Aldo Palomino, Jr. participated in a conspiracy to receive bribes and steal hundreds of pieces of mail linked to a COVID-19 benefits scheme that sought to obtain millions of dollars in fraudulent unemployment benefits from the New York State Department of Labor ... More $0 (08-14-2022 - NY)

The People v. Jason Alexander

Ventura, California criminal law lawyer represented Defendant charged with aggravated trespassing and battery. Jason Alexander, age 40, the former husband Britney Spears was charged with entering her home and attempting to enter her bedroom as she was getting ready to get married and then battered a security guard who attempted to remove him from the property. ... More $0 (08-13-2022 - CA)

City of Pasadena, Jeff Wagner and Robin Green v. APTVV, LLC and APTPCY, LLC

Houston, TX – Civil Litgation lawyer represented Appellee with seeking the return of money paid for utility and trash-collection billing. APTVV, LLC owns the Victoria Village Apartments, a 612-unit apartment complex in the City of Pasadena. APTPCY, LLC owns the Courtyard Apartments, a 195-unit apartment complex also in the City of Pasadena. The two entities will be referred to collectivel ... More $0 (08-13-2022 - TX)

Marlene Jean Orosco v. The State of Texas

Houston, TX – Criminal Defense lawyer represented defendant with a robbery charge. In accordance with the terms of a pleabargain agreement, the trial court signed an order on October 3, 2018, placing 2Orosco on deferred adjudication community supervision for three years. Orosco filed a notice of appeal from her “conviction.” 1 In criminal cases, the deadline for filing the notice of a ... More $0 (08-13-2022 - TX)

Jaime Ramirez Guardia and Andrea Martinez- Flores v. Department of Family and Protective Services

Houston, TX – Family Law lawyer represented defendant with filing a petition for bill of review to restore their parental rights. The children who are the subject of this appeal are half-siblings J.C. and E.C.1 Jaime is the biological father of both children, and Andrea is the biological mother of only E.C.2 In June 2016, DFPS removed J.C. from appellants’ care after he sustained physica ... More $0 (08-13-2022 - TX)

APRIL SMALL, INDIVIDUALLY AND ON BEHALF OF HER MINOR CHILD, E. C. V. MARIO GARCIA, Appellee

Houston, TX – Personal Injury lawyer represented Appellant with appeals the judgment for dog bite decision. In the original cause number, 2017-03838, Small, individually and on behalf of her minor child, E.C., sued various defendants, including Garcia, for dog bite injuries sustained by her child. Garcia did not timely answer Small’s petition. On May 11, 2017, the trial court entered an ... More $0 (08-13-2022 - TX)

JOHN RILEY V. TRENT ANGELLE

Houston, Texas – Real Estate lawyer represented appellant with suing appellee constructed a driveway on a portion of his property. In this dispute between owners of adjacent properties, appellant John Riley sued appellee Trent Angelle after Angelle constructed a driveway on a city right-ofway in front of a portion of Riley’s property. Riley alleged that this driveway 2 interfered with ... More $0 (08-13-2022 - TX)

State of Oklahoma v. Chase Lohmeyer

Tulsa, Oklahoma criminal lawyer represented Defendant, charged with: Obtaining Money, Property Or Signature Under False Pretenses Count # 1. Count as Filed: FFP, OBTAINING MONEY, PROPERTY OR SIGNATURE UNDER FALSE PRETENSES, in violation of 21 O.S. 1542 A Date of Offense: 01/31/2021 Party Name Disposition Information LOHMEYER, CHASE Disposed: DEFERRED, 08/12/2022. Guilty Plea Count as Dispose ... More $0 (08-12-2022 - OK)

State of Oklahoma v. Belinda Darlene Wefer

Tulsa, Oklahoma criminal lawyer represented Defendant, charged with: Assault and/or Battery bon an Emergency Medical Technician Count # 1. Count as Filed: ABOFF, ASSAULT AND/OR BATTERY ON AN EMERGENCY MEDICAL TECHNICIAN, in violation of 21 O.S. 650.4 Date of Offense: 07/26/2020 Party Name Disposition Information WEFER, BELINDA DARLENE Disposed: DEFERRED, 08/12/2022. Guilty Plea Count as Disp ... More $0 (08-12-2022 - OK)

Cheryl Morrison v. City of Jersey City, et al.

Newark, New Jersey personal injury lawyer represented Plaintiff, who sued defendants on civil rights violation theories. Plaintiff's allegations against Defendants and the procedural history of this matter are described in detail in the District Court's March 29, 2022 Opinion [D.E. 42]. In her initial Complaint [D.E. 1], Plaintiff sued Jersey City, the Jersey City Police Department, Officer Zylki ... More $0 (08-12-2022 - NJ)

Darrell Martin v. Social Security Administration

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma social security disability lawyer represented Plaintiff seeking review of the denial of his application for benefits by HHS. Plaintiff Darrell Martin (“Plaintiff”) brings this action for judicial review of the final decision of the Commissioner of the Social Security Administration (“SSA”) denying his application for disability insurance benefits (“DIB”) and s ... More $0 (08-12-2022 - OK)

Deryl Baker v. Jaimie Wabel, et al.

Jackson, Mississippi civil rights lawyers represented plaintiffs whose rights have been violated. his matter arises out of two traffic stops of Plaintiff Deryl Baker (“Plaintiff” or “Baker”) by officers of the Stone County, Mississippi, Sheriff's Department. See 2d Am. Compl. [52] at 1-2, 4-5. Plaintiff, who is proceeding pro se, alleges that he was illegally stopped on two occasions and ... More $0 (08-12-2022 - MS)

Robert Speiser and Donna Speiser v. Amguard Insurance Company, et al.

Houston, Texas civil litigation lawyers represented Plaintiffs, who sued Defendants on breach of insurance contract theories. Plaintiffs' Original Petition alleged that their home was damaged by a power surge[3] and that AmGUARD "knowingly and unreasonably delayed payment of Plaintiffs' insurance claims, refused to consider or provide damage estimates, and utilized only incomplete or incorrect in ... More $0 (08-12-2022 - TX)

Christopher F. Bertucci, et al. v. Eugene L. Watkins, et al.

Austin, Texas civil litigation lawyers represented the parties on breach of contract theories. In 2001, Watkins and Anthony formed a partnership to build low-income housing; that partnership eventually included the five Companies. Watkins and Anthony were limited partners of AAH and shareholders of its general partner, AAHP, and this suit began when entities handling the sale of AAH's property f ... More $0 (08-12-2022 - TX)

Hector Pacheco-Morales v. Warden Jeffrey Richardson, et al.

Houston, Texas personal injury lawyer represented Plaintiff, who sued Defendants on civil rights theories. The plaintiff, Hector Pacheco-Morales (TDCJ #2257486), has filed a Prisoner's Civil Rights Complaint under 42 U.S.C. § 1983 ("Complaint")(Docket Entry No. 1), alleging that he was sexually assaulted at the Estelle Unit by an officer named "Sergeant Ableak," who could not be identified. Aft ... More $0 (08-12-2022 - TX)

Lindsey Bage v. Galveston County, et al.

Galveston, Texas personal injury lawyer represented Plaintiff, who sued Defendants on a civil rights violation theory under 1983. This case involves the unfortunate death of Kirk Andrew Swartz (“Swartz”), which occurred after his incarceration at the Galveston County Jail. Plaintiff Lindsey Bage (“Plaintiff”)-individually, as Swartz's heir, and as the representative of Swartz's estate-ha ... More $0 (08-12-2022 - TX)

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