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State of Florida v. Roger McLaney

DeFuniak Springs, Florida criminal defense lawyer represented Defendant charged with defrauding a church.

Roger McLaney, who was the treasurer of the Friendship Baptist Church of DeFuniak Springs from September 2015 to September 2020. He was charged with defrauding the church in an amount over $50,000 via systematic and ongoing diversions of funds for his personal use for nearly four o... More...
   $0 (12-06-2022 - FL)

United States of America v. Matthew Ware

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma criminal law lawyer represented Defendant charged with violating the civil rights of three pretrial detainees held at the Kay County Detention Center (KCDC).




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Travis Central Appraisal District, By and Through Marya Crigler, Acting In Her Official Capacity as Chief Appraiser of Travis Central Appraisal District v. Texas Disposal Systems Landfill, Inc.

Austin, Texas – Real Estate lawyer represented Appellant with appealing from the district court’s judgment granting pleas to the jurisdiction filed by Texas Disposal Systems Landfill, Inc.



The relevant facts are undisputed. For tax year 2019, TCAD appraised the
Landfill’s property at $21.2 million, and the Lan... More...
   $0 (12-03-2022 - TX)

Commonwealth of North Carolina v. Justin Merritt

Raleigh, North Carolina criminal law lawyer represented Defendant charged with first-degree murder.

Justin Merritt was accused of killing Andy Banks.

§ 14-17. Murder in the first and second degree defined; punishment.

(a) A murder which shall be perpetrated by means of a nuclear, biological, or chemical weapon of mass destruction as defined in G.S. 14-288.21, po... More...
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Candace Bell v. The State of Texas

Fort Worth, Texas – Criminal law lawyer represented Appellant with appeals her conviction and 180-day sentence for violation of a protective order charge.

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I. Background
In two points, Appellant Candace Bell appeals her conviction and 180-day
sentence for violation of a protective order. See Tex. Penal Code Ann... More...
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Mark Morgan Upchurch v. The State of Texas

Fort Worth, Texas – Criminal Defense lawyer represented Appellant with appealing his conviction for assault of a family member charge.

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A. The Aggravated Assault (by Fire)
Appellant met and began dating the complainant, Jane,
1 in 2013. In 2014, Jane
was hospitalized after being set on fire. She told parame... More...
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Obadiah Kinara v. David Ongera

Fort Worth, Texas – Civil Litigation lawyer represented Appellant with appealing the trial court’s default judgmen.

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In December 2020, Dorothy Ongera (Decedent) drowned in a bathtub under
allegedly suspicious circumstances in a home she shared with Kinara. Kinara
maintains that he was Decedent’s com... More...
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IN THE INTEREST OF R.W. AND G.W., CHILDREN

Fort Worth, Texas – Family Law lawyer represented Appellant and Appellant with a order terminating their respective parental rights.

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Appellant L.A. (Mother) and Appellant D.W. (Father) appeal the trial court’s
order terminating their respective parental rights to R.W. and G.W. (the children). In
seven issu... More...
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The State of Texas v. Marco Antonio Moreno

Houston, Texas – Criminal Defense lawyer represented defendant with a aggravated assault with a deadly weapon charge.


On April 18, 2012, a grand jury indicted Moreno for aggravated assault with
a deadly weapon (the “assault charge”). The same day, the grand jury also indicted
Moreno on an unrelated charge... More...
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RAHUL K. NATH, M.D. AND USHA NATH V. BAYLOR COLLEGE OF MEDICINE AND TEXAS CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL

Houston, Texas – Civil Litigation lawyer represented Plaintiff who sued Defendant claiming interfered with their sale of real property.




To understand the claims, it is necessary to briefly recount the parties’ past
litigation.

The sanctions order that led to Nath I and Nath II

In 2006, Rah... More...
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City of Houston v. Martha Vogel and Maria Escalante

Houston, Texas – Personal Injury lawyer represented Appellees with a traffic accident with a City of Houston Fire Department (“HFD”) ambulance.



Vogel and Escalante alleged that, on August 3, 2018, they were involved in a
traffic accident with a City of Houston Fire Department (“HFD”) ambulance
operate... More...
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State of Michigan v. Roy Leando Snell

White Cloud, Michigan criminal law lawyer represented Defendant charged with felony murder homicide and felony possession and use of a firearm.

Roy Snell, age 57, was accused of killing Richard Atwood 39 years ago in August 1983.

Snell was the last person seen with Atwood, whose body was never found. His brown 1975 Pontiac Trans-Am was recovered in the Grand Rapids area at a hot... More...
   $0 (11-18-2022 - MI)

Turnbull Legal Group, PLLC and Edward Randolph Turnbull IV v Microsoft Corp.

Houston, Texas – Business Law lawyer represented Appellants with seeking injunctive relief against appellee.



Turnbull Legal Group, PLLC is a law firm located in Houston that primarily
practices criminal defense law. Edward Randolph Turnbull IV is the owner of the
Firm. As part of its practice, the Firm uses ... More...
   $0 (11-18-2022 - TX)

Cynthia Stella v. Davis County, Utah, et al.

Salt Lake City, Utah personal injury lawyer represented Plaintiff, who sued Defendants on civil rights wrongful death theories under 42 U.Sc. 1983 claiming that her daughter died as a result of deliberate indifference on the part of employees of Davis County Utah.

Heather Ashton Miller, age 28, fell from her top bunk at the jail and ruptured her spleen, but received no medical care.
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   $8000000 (11-14-2022 - UT)

Thomas B. Ireland v. Bill Prummell, et al.

Tampa, Florida personal injury lawyers represented Plaintiff, who sued Defendants on civil rights violation theories under 42 U.S.C. 19083.

Thomas Ireland, Gregg Ireland’s father and the personal representative of Gregg Ireland’s estate (“Ireland’s Estate” or “Estate”), appeals the district court’s grant of summary judgment for the named Defendants. This appeal stems from ... More...
   $0 (11-14-2022 - FL)

State of New York v. Michael G. Valva

Riverhead, New York criminal defense lawyer represented Defendant charged with second-degree murder.

Michael G. Valva, a former New York police officer, who forced his son, Thomas Valva, to seep in a cold garage with his older bother.

NY Penal Law § 125.25: Murder in the second degree


§ 125.25 Murder in the second degree.

A person is guilty of murder in ... More...
   $0 (11-07-2022 - CA)

Sate of Vermont v. Aita Gurung

Burlington, Vermont criminal law lawyer represented Defendant charged with first-degree murder.

Aita Gurung was accused of killing Yogeswari Khadka and attempted second degree murder of Tulasa Rimal.

Attorney General Susanne Young issued the following statement:

“Murder is the most serious charge that can be brought in our system of justice. The Attorney General’s O... More...
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United States of America v. Industrial Equipment and Supply Company, LLC (IESC), Mark Nystoriak and Sandra Nystoriak

Albany, New York civil litigation lawyers represented Defendants accused of violating the False Claims Act.

Industrial Equipment and Supply Company, LLC (IESC) and its principals, Mark Nystoriak and Sandra Nystoriak, of Latham, New York have agreed to pay $75,000 to resolve allegations that they violated the False Claims Act for selling counterfeit batteries to the federal government on a... More...
   $0 (10-31-2022 - NY)

State of Alabama v. Jimmy Spencer

Guntersville, Alabama criminal law lawyer represented Defendant charged with seven counts of capital murder.

JJimmy Spencer faced seven counts of capital murder after being accused of causing the deaths of Martha Reliford, Marie Martin, age 74, Martha Reliford, and Colton Lee to make money and make ends meet.

2016 Code of Alabama
Title 13A - CRIMINAL CODE.
Chapter 6 - OFF... More...
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United States of America v. Amy Leann Hall

Muskogee, Oklahoma criminal law lawyer represented Defendant charged with two counts of murder in Indian Country and one count of assault with intent to commit murder in Indian Country.

Amy Leann Hall, age 42, pleaded guilty to fatally shooting tow of her child and wounding of another.

The government threatened to dismiss the case and remand it back to the State so that it could... More...
   $0 (10-27-2022 - OK)

United States of America v. Honeywell International, Inc.

Washington, DC: civil litigation lawyers represented Defendant accused of violating the False Claims Act by selling defective material for bullet proof vests used by law enforcement officers.

The United States alleged that, between 2000 and 2005, Honeywell sold its patented Z Shield material to Armor Holdings, a bullet proof vest manufacturer, despite Honeywell knowing that Z Shield degr... More...
   $3350000 (10-26-2022 - dc)

Kristina O'Boyle v. Costco Wholesale Corporation, et al.

Phoenix, Arizona personal injury lawyer represented Plaintiff, who sued Defendant on a premises liability theory claiming to have suffered more than $75,000 in damages and/or injuries in a accident in one of Defendant's stores.

This case was filed in the Maricopa County Superior Court, CV2019-004420, and was removed to federal court by Defendant.

Arizona civil code: 33-1551
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   $1 (10-25-2022 - AZ)

State of Arkansas v. Charles A. Devine

Jonesboro, Arkansas criminal defense lawyer represented Defendant charged with second degree murder.

Charles A. Devine, age 62, was accused of Stacey Devine by choking her to death.

2018 Arkansas Criminal Code § 5-10-103. Murder in the second degree

(a) A person commits murder in the second degree if:

(1) The person knowingly causes the death of an... More...
   $0 (10-20-2022 - AR)

United States of America v. Sutter Health

San Francisco, California civil litigation lawyers represented Defendant charged with violating the False Claims Act, 31 U.S.C. 3729, which provides:

(a) Liability for Certain Acts.—

(1) In general.—Subject to paragraph (2), any person who—

(A) knowingly presents, or causes to be presented, a false or fraudulent claim for payment or approval;

(B) knowingly... More...
   $13000000 (10-17-2022 - CA)

United States of America v. Troy Allen Stevenson

Muskogee, Oklahoma criminal law lawyer represented Defendant charged with involuntary manslaughter in Indian Country.

Troy Allen Stevenson, age 22, from Sequoyah County, Oklahoma was accused involuntary manslaughter.

The Sequoyah County Sheriff's Office investigate the case along with the Cherokee Nation Marshal Service, and the Federal Bureau of Investigation.

Assistant... More...
   $0 (10-14-2022 - OK)

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