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United States of America v. Philmon Deshawn Chambers, Andrea Paige Browner, Lesley Chappell Green, Robert Maurice Carlisle, and Shabazz Larry Guidry

Macon, Georgia criminal defense lawyer represented defendant charged with murder and racketeering related to the alleged murder of three people, as well as various other offenses including drug trafficking and obstruction of justice.

Philmon Deshawn Chambers, aka Dolla Phil, 33, of Atlanta; Andrea Paige Browner, aka Light Brite, aka Shawty, 27, of Athens, Georgia; Lesley Chappell Green, ... More...
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United States of America v. Aunyis Cherry

Tampa, Florida criminal defense lawyer represented defendant charged with being an an Armed Career Criminal, guilty of possessing a firearm and ammunition as convicted felon.

Aunyis Cherry, age 57, of St. Petersburg, Florida, drove a vehicle with a counterfeit license plate in the area of 14th Street South in St. Petersburg. A uniformed detective from the St. Petersburg Police Departmen... More...
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United States of America v. Stewart Wayne Coffman

Muskogee, Oklahoma criminal defense lawyer represented defendant charged with assault with a dangerous weapon and murder in Indian Country.

Stewart Wayne Coffman, age 59, of Idabel, Oklahoma, was was accused of killing Joe Freeman Battiest Jr. with a metal pipe, at Coffman’s residence in Idabel, Oklahoma.

The guilty verdicts were the result of an investigation by the Idabel Pol... More...
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United States of America v. Keith Hunter

Louisville, Kentucky criminal defense lawyer represented defendant charged with engaging in tax evasion.

Keith Hunter, 65, an attorney from Louisville, Kentucky, evaded the payment of federal income taxes, penalties, and interest due and owing by him to the United States, for the calendar years 2000, 2001, 2002, 2006, 2008, and 2011, totaling $1,124,620 by concealing assets in various way... More...
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Katherine Williams v. Katelyn Williams

Lincoln, Nebraska family law lawyers represented the parties grand parent visitation case.


Katherine Williams appealed to the Nebraska Court of Appeals from the order of the district court for Lancaster County which dismissed her amended complaint for grandparent visitation. After it determined that it lacked jurisdiction because the minor child's father had not been given notice of ... More...
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State of Florida v. Danielle Justine Redlick

Orlando, Florida criminal defense lawyer represented defendant charged with second-degree murder and tampering with evidence.

Dnaielle Redlick, age 48, was accused of killing Michael Redlick, age 65, who worked as director of external affairs and partnership relations at UCF’s DeVos Sport Business Management Graduate Program.

Defendant claimed self defense.

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Jerry Hoffman and Hoffman Innovations, Inc., d/b/a DIY Autotune v. Scott Clark and Realtuners, LLC

Council Bluff, Iowa civil litigation lawyers represented Plaintiff, who sued Defendant on defamation, civil extortion, breach of employee duty of loyalty, breach of contract and unjust enrichment.


A jury awarded Hoffmann Innovations, Inc., and its owner Jerry Hoffmann $11 million in compensatory and punitive damages against a fired employee, Scott Clark, and his new competing company... More...
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ALACHUA COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD v. CATHERINE BARNES

Tallahassee, Florida - Civil Litigation lawyer represented Petitioner with seeking certiorari review in a civil action.



Barnes sued the Board for alleged violations of the Florida
Civil Rights Act and the Workers’ Compensation Law. The Board
denied Barnes’ claims, arguing that she c... More...   $0 (06-17-2022 - FL)

Bobbie Jo Horocofsky v. City of Lawrence

Kansas City, Kansas civil rights lawyers represented Plaintiff, who sued Defendants on equal protection, malicious prosecution, abuse of process, conspiracy and gender-based equal protection theories claiming $3 million in damages.


In late 2018, Plaintiff Bobbie Jo Horocofsky, a student at the University of Kansas School of Law, made a statement to officers of the Lawrence, Kansas po... More...
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United States of America v. Edward McLaughlin

After his guilty plea, the procedural history of McLaughlin's case becomes quite lengthy. On February 10, 2014, McLaughlin's trial attorney, Todd Henry ("trial counsel"), filed a motion for psychiatric examination (Doc. 192) after he had McLaughlin evaluated by John Sanford Baird, Jr. Ph.D. (See generally, Doc. 192; Doc. 192-2; Doc. 419-1). Dr. Baird noted that although McLaughlin had previously b... More...   $0 (06-16-2022 - PA)

State of Oklahoma v. Derrick Mondez Latham

Tulsa, Oklahoma criminal defense attorney represented Defendant, charged with:
Assault & Battery Upon a Detention Officer


Count # 1. Count as Filed: ABOFF, ASSAULT & BATTERY UPON A DETENTION OFFICER, in violation of 21 O.S. 649(B)
Date of Offense: 11/30/2021
Party Name Disposition Information
LATHAM, DERRICK MONDEZ Disposed: CONVICTION, 06/16/2022. Jury Trial
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United States of America v. Travis Ford

Lincoln, Nebraska criminal defense lawyer represented defendant charged with making multiple threatening posts on an Instagram page associated with an election official.

Travis Ford, 42, of Lincoln, made multiple threats in August 2021 toward the election official, specifically: “Do you feel safe? You shouldn’t. Do you think Soros will/can protect you?” and “Your security detail i... More...
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United States of America v. Gary Lynn Hammonds

Greeneville, Tennessee criminal defense lawyer represented defendant charged with knowingly distributing child pornography, knowingly receiving child pornography and knowingly possessing child pornography involving a child less than 12 years of age.

Gary Lynn Hammonds, age 53, of Kingsport, Tennessee, possessed over 1,000 videos and images containing child pornography on a laptop computer... More...
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Robert Holland v. State of Arkansas

Little Rock, Arkansas criminal defense lawyer represented defendant charged with capital murder.


Holland then filed a petition for postconviction relief with the circuit court of Lincoln county under Arkansas Rule of Criminal Procedure 37.5. He argued that his counsel, John Cone and Rebekah Kennedy, were constitutionally ineffective for multiple reasons. The circuit court held a Rule... More...
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S.P. and L.S. v. Indiana Department of Child Services

Bloomington, Indiana family law lawyer represented respondents appealing the termination of their parental rights.


[¶4] Parents are the biological parents to De.S., born on January 14, 2013, and D.S., born on August 8, 2017. On May 30, 2020, Children were removed from Parents on an emergency basis as it was alleged that Parents were engaged in substance abuse and had neglected the e... More...
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Allen M. Russell, a/k/a Russell Allen v. State of Mississippi

Hattiesburg, Mississippi criminal defense lawyer represented defendant charged with possession of marijuna.

This certiorari case considers whether Allen Russell’s life sentence without the
possibility of parole for possession of marijuana, as an habitual offender under Mississippi
Code Section 99-19-83 (Rev. 2020), violates his Eighth Amendment right to be free from
cruel an... More...
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United States of America v. Marc Sporn

West Palm Beach, Florida criminal defense lawyer represented defendant charged with health care and wire fraud that cost Medicare more than $20 million dollars, and for evading taxes.

Marc Sporn, age 59, of Delray Beach, owned and operated several telemarketing and telemedicine companies, including CPL Media Group Inc. Medipak, LLC, Real Time Physicians LLC, 24 HR Virtual MD LLC, Medtech ... More...
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United States of America v. Simon Saw-Teong

Fayetteville, Arkansas criminal defense lawyer represented defendant charged with making a false statement to the FBI about the existence of patents for his inventions in the People’s Republic of China (PRC).

Simon Saw-Teong Ang, 64, of Fayetteville, filed 24 patents in the PRC which bear Ang’s name or Chinese birth name. The University of Arkansas, where Ang worked as a professor, re... More...
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United States of America v. George Ugochukwu Egwumba and Princewell Arinze Duru

Los Angeles, California criminal defense lawyer represented defendant charged with participating in an extensive, long-lasting, multimillion-dollar conspiracy – much of it committed by Nigerian nationals – that perpetrated a wide variety of frauds, including business email compromise (BEC) fraud, romance scams, elder fraud and fraud using malware.

George Ugochukwu Egwumba, 47, of Cypr... More...
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United States of America v. Thuy Tien Luong

Charlotte, North Carolina criminal defense lawyer represented defendant charged with forced labor.

Thuy Tien Luong, age 38, of Charlotte, North Carolina, compelled the victim’s labor for almost two years through a variety of coercive means. The defendant physically, emotionally and verbally punished the victim when she disobeyed the defendant or otherwise failed to perform the required ... More...
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United States of America v. Anthony Pandrella

Brooklyn, New York criminal defense lawyer represented defendant charged with interference with commerce by threats or violence and felony possession of a firearm (machine gun).

Anthony Pandrella, an associate of the Gambino organized crime family, was charged with committing a Hobbs Act robbery and murder of 77-year-old Vincent Zito and unlawful use of a firearm.

Breon Peace, ... More...
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Paul Moore vs State of Florida

Tallahassee, Florida - Criminal Defense lawyer represented defendant with a sexual battery by a person over the age of eighteen on a person under the age of twelve charge.


Child Sexual Predator



Appellant
was also charged with lewd or la... More...   $0 (06-15-2022 - FL)

Josh Webber, et al. v. Damon Anthony Dash, et al.

New York, New York intellectual property lawyers represented Plaintiffs, who sued Defendants on copyright infringement theories.


At the end of four-day trial, the jury unanimously found the defendants liable for copyright infringement and defamation. The jury awarded $30, 000 in damages to Plaintiff Muddy Water Pictures LLC (“Muddy”) for infringement of Muddy's copyright in the f... More...
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In re Marriage of Wenjin Liang and Lu Shi

Santa Ana, California family law lawyers represented the parties in a divorce case.


Mother and Father were married in 2011, and their child was born the following year. In 2017, the parents separated and began the underlying dissolution proceedings. Two years later, the parties entered into a February 2019 marital settlement agreement the trial court incorporated into its judgment of... More...
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Waseem Daker v. Joyette M. Holmes

Atlanta, Georgia civil rights lawyer represent Plaintiff, who sued Defendants on First Amendment violation theories.

n November 1995, a Cobb County, Georgia grand jury indicted Daker for two counts of aggravated stalking. On July 19, 1996, Daker appeared at a bond hearing before then-Cobb County Superior Court Chief Magistrate Judge Victor Reynolds, which was transcribed by court reporter... More...
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