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Chester Bryan vs Governor Ron DeSantis

Tallahassee, Florida - Criminal Defense lawyer represented Petitioner with seeing relief for the denial of an application for commutation of sentence.

Petitioner is serving a sentence for sexual battery by an adult
on a victim less than 12 years of age, a capital crime punishable by
life impr... More...   $0 (06-18-2022 - FL)


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The Scanlons owned and lived in a residence in an unincorporated part of southern Johnson County. On October 24, 2016, LC Town, LLC (LC), on behalf of... More...
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This case is before the Court on the pro se petition of Vinodh Raghubir for a writ of mandamus. We have jurisdiction. See art. V, § 3(b)(8), Fla. Const. Petitioner Raghubir has pro se filed forty-two petitions or notices with this Court since May 2017. On June 11, 2018, we dismissed the instant petition, expressly retained jurisdiction, and ordered Raghubir to show cause why he should not ... More...   $0 (09-04-2018 - FL)

Judith Pinborough Zimmerman, Ph.D. v. University of Utah and Dr. William McMahon Utah Supreme Court of Utah - Salt Lake City, Utah

¶1 This case comes to us on certification from the United States District Court for the District of Utah. UTAH R. APP. P. 41. The certified questions are as follows:
1. Is the Free Speech Clause of the Utah Constitution self-executing? 2. If question 1 is answered in the affirmative, what are the elements of a claim brought under the clause? 3. Does an employee who receives notice that his or ... More...
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Herring Bancorp, Inc.; C.C. Burgess; and C. Campbell Burgess v. John Mikkelsen, acting solely in his capacity as Trustee of the John Mikkelsen Trust

This appeal arises from a minority shareholder claim contesting the validity of a stock redemption purportedly implemented in violation of the articles of incorporation of a closely-held corporation and the related claims of minority oppression and breach of fiduciary duties. Appellants, Herring Bancorp, Inc., C.C. Burgess, and C. Campbell
Burgess, contend the trial court erred by setting asid... More...
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The question before us rests on the procedural history of the case, not the underlying facts of th... More...
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Dorene Florie v. Craig Reinhart

Plaintiff/appellee Craig Reinhart, individually and derivatively as a
shareholder and director of Custom Advanced Connections, Inc. (CAC), sued
defendant/appellant Dorene Florie on February 6, 2015. The trial court issued a
temporary injunction in Reinhart’s favor on July 27, 2016, and Florie brought this

interlocutory appeal. See TEX. CIV. PRAC. & REM. CODE § 51... More...
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United States of America v. Ammon Bundy, et al.

Portland, OR - Jury Acquits Ammon Bundy and Others On Federal Conspiracy Charges

The United States of America charged Ammon Bundy, Ryan Bundy, Kenneth Medenbach, David Fry and others on conspiracy and other charges relating to occuption of Oregon's Malheur National Wiildlire Refuge for 41 days in January and February, 2016.

Docket Entries for October 2016:

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Both issues in this certified appeal centerontheclaimofthedefendant,RichardBrundage, that thestate is precludedfrom filing asubstitute information bringing new charges against him following his partially successful appeal challenging his convictions onchargesthatweredeterminedtobetimebarred.The defendant appeals from the judgment of the Appellate Court, which concluded that the trial court imprope... More...   $0 (03-16-2016 - CT)

Clark v. Mitchell

In this case we are once again called upon to interpret the 1988 amendments
4 to the New Mexico Constitution governing judicial selection. The question before the
5 Court is whether Article VI, Section 33 of the New Mexico Constitution prohibits a
6 district judge who loses a nonpartisan retention election from being appointed to fill
7 the resulting vacancy created by that judge’s... More...
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City of Shavano Park v. Ard Mor, Inc., Texas Ardmor Properties, L.P., and Texas Ardmor Management, LLC

This is an appeal from the trial court’s denial of appellant’s plea to the jurisdiction. In an opinion and judgment dated July 29, 2015, we affirmed in part, reversed and rendered a dismissal in favor of appellant in part, and remanded for further proceedings. On August 13, 2015, appellant filed a motion for rehearing. Although we deny the motion for rehearing, we withdraw our opinion and judgment... More...   $0 (10-28-2015 - TX)

Charles N. Taylor, Jr. v. Dee Margo, in his individual and official capacities and Michael Williams, in his individual and official capacities

Charles Taylor, appearing pro se, appeals from an order dismissing his lawsuit against Michael Williams, Commissioner of the Texas Education Agency, and Donald “Dee” Margo, the President of the Board of Managers, who was appointed by Williams to manage the El Paso Independent School District. For the reasons that follow, we affirm.
This litigation stems from a corruption an... More...
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King v. Raphaelson

In 2009, Governor Bill Richardson appointed District Judge Sheri Raphaelson
17 to fill a vacancy in Division V of the First Judicial District Court created when then
18 District Judge Tim Garcia was appointed to the New Mexico Court of Appeals,
19 leaving an unexpired term of office. A year later, as required by Article VI, Section
17 See New Mexico Secretary of State Official Ele... More...
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In this case, we determine whether the Director of the Labor Relations Division
4 (the Director) of the New Mexico Department of Workforce Solutions (DWS) is in
5 violation of the Public Works Minimum Wage Act (the Act), NMSA 1978, §§ 13-4
6 10 to -17 (1937, as amended through 2011), for failing to set prevailing wage rates
7 and prevailing fringe benefit rates for public works pro... More...
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State of Florida v. Randell Deviney

Jacksonville, FL - The State of Florida charged Randall Deviney, age 25, with first-degree murder in the death of Delores Futrell, age 65, who was killed in 2008. Futrell was a neighbor of Deviney's. The State alleged that Deviney cut Futrell's throat while attempting to rob her.

Defendant admitted that he killed Futrell in an effort to escape the death penalty.

A former convi... More...
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Pablo Soliz v. The State of Texas

Pablo Soliz appeals the final summary judgment rendered against him in a quo warranto proceeding. We affirm the trial court’s judgment.
Soliz was elected constable for precinct 3 of Brooks County, Texas in November 2012, and he took office on January 1, 2013. On February 27, 2014, the Attorney General of the State of Texas initiated a quo warranto proceeding against Soliz pursuant to section 6... More...
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State of Florida v. Randall Deviney

Jacksonville, FL - The State of Florida charged Randall Deviney with first-degree murder for killing 65-year-old Delores Futrell in 2008.

Court Events
Date Time Type Location Courtroom Cancelled
10/23/2008 9:00 AM PRETRIAL 330 E BAY ST (CIRCUIT) 6
11/25/2008 9:00 AM ARRAIGNMENT DATE 330 E BAY ST (CIRCUIT) 6
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After an incident involving his then-deputy coroner, Grant
County Coroner Jerry Lee Jasman pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct and resigned
from office. By statute, Jasman's conviction prohibited him from holding public
office again. RCW 9.92.120. However, the new Grant County coroner, Craig
Morrison, quickly hired Jasman as chief deputy coroner and chief investigator. In thi... More...
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Marquis COUEY v. Jeanne ATKINS

We begin with a brief summary of the regulation of the initiative petition signature collection process to provide context for our discussion of the relevant facts. The powers of initiative and referendum reserved by the people in Article IV, section 1, of the Oregon Constitution allow them to enact statutes, adopt or reject bills passed by the legislature, and adopt amendments to the state consti... More...   $0 (07-16-2015 - )

Bobie Kenneth Townsend v. Montgomery Central Appraisal District, Montgomery Central Appraisal District, Chief Appraiser Mark Castleschouldt, Appraisal Review Board of Montgomery County, Texas and Appraisal Review Board of Montgomery County, Texas Chairman Terry Bowie

In this case concerning a homeowner’s tax protest, the trial court dismissed
most of the homeowner’s claims for lack of subject-matter jurisdiction and granted
summary judgment to the appraisal district on the homeowner’s remaining claim
regarding his 2011 property taxes. The homeowner challenges these rulings, and
additionally argues that the trial court erred in faili... More...
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Thomas R. Okrie v. State of Michigan

Plaintiff, Thomas R. Okrie, commenced this original action petition to challenge the
constitutionality of 2013 Public Act 164 (PA 164).1 Plaintiff objects to the transfer of the Court
of Claims from the Ingham Circuit Court (the Thirtieth Circuit Court), where it has been housed
since 1978, to this Court, where appeals from the Court of Claims are also heard. Plaintiff
challenges t... More...
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Larry Benge, et al. v. Raintree Estates I, Inc., et al.

Larry Benge, Nancy Graham, DaleAtherton, Terry Atherton, Gregory Agee, Wayne Duncan sued Raintree Estates I, Inc., Steve Meyer, Rayan Corley, David Axworthy, Betty Weaver and Dee Copeland on quo warranto, failure to comply with rules and by laws, breach of fiduciary duty, negligence, injunctive relief, declaratroy relief, accounting, conversion, intentional infliction of emotional relief, civil co... More...   $0 (02-24-2014 - OK)

H. Scott Summers vs. Bree Shaw and Lindsay Gravett

H. Scott Summers appeals the trial court’s judgment denying his petition for declaratory judgment. He asserts that the court erred in finding that the county clerk of Schuyler County had authority to place the office of prosecuting attorney on the 2012 election ballot because that office was not up for election until 2014 under section 105.050, RSMo 2000. The judgment is reversed, and the case i... More...   $0 (12-24-2013 - MO)

Carmen L. Lopez v. Board of Education of the City of Bridgeport, et al.

An action seeking a writ of quo warranto
provides a ‘‘limited and extraordinary remedy’’
that is the ‘‘exclusive’’ avenue under both the common
law and General Statutes § 52-4911 for judicial review of,
inter alia, a person’s qualifications to hold a particular
public office. (Internal quotation marks omitted.) Bateson
v. Weddle, 306 Conn. 1, 10–11, 48 ... More...
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Terry Cline v. Oklahoma Coalition for Reproductive Justice

¶1 The Supreme Court of the United States certified two questions of Oklahoma law under the Revised Uniform Certification of Questions of Law Act, 20 O.S. 2011 §§ 1601-1611:

Whether H.B. No. 1970, Section 1, Chapter 216, O.S.L. 2011 prohibits: (1) the use of misoprostol to induce abortions, including the use of misoprostol in conjunction with mifepristone according to a protocol approv... More...
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