US Supreme Court Orders



(ORDER LIST: 529 U.S.)MONDAY, APRIL 3, 2000CERTIORARI -- SUMMARY DISPOSITION99-5436   WILLIAMS, ROOSEVELT V. WISCONSIN                   The motion of petitioner for leave to proceed in              forma pauperis and the petition for a writ of certiorari              are granted. The judgment is vacated and the case is              remanded to the Supreme Court of Wisconsin for further              consideration in light of Florida v. J. L., 529 U.S. ____              (2000).99-7592   MORRISON, WILLIE V. OHIO                   The motion of petitioner for leave to proceed in              forma pauperis and the petition for a writ of certiorari              are granted. The judgment is vacated and the case is              remanded to the Court of Appeals of Ohio, Cuyahoga              County, for further consideration in light of Florida v.              J. L., 529 U.S. ____ (2000).ORDERS IN PENDING CASES99M76     PAYNE, LONNIE T. V. JENNINGS, WILLIAM, ET AL.99M78     PARTRIDGE, ROBERT G. V. DEPT. OF DEFENSE99M79     NORIEGA-PEREZ, ALBERTO V. UNITED STATES                   The motions to direct the Clerk to file              petitions for writs of certiorari out-of-time              are denied.99-224 )  MILLER, SUPT., PENDLETON V. FRENCH, RICHARD A., ET AL.       )99-582 )  UNITED STATES V. FRENCH, RICHARD A., ET AL.                   The motion of the petitioners for divided              argument is granted and the time is divided as              follows: 20 minutes for the Solicitor General,              20 minutes for petitioners Miller, et al., and              20 minutes for respondents.99-387    RALEIGH, THOMAS, ETC. V. IL DEPT. OF REVENUE99-579    HARRIS TRUST & SAVINGS BANK V. SALOMON SMITH BARNEY, ET AL.                   The motions of the Solicitor General for leave to              participate in oral argument as amicus curiae and for              divided argument are granted.99-830    STENBERG, NE ATTY. GEN. V. CARHART, LEROY                   The motion of the Solicitor General for leave to              participate in oral argument as amicus curiae and for              divided argument is denied.99-5525   DICKERSON, CHARLES T. V. UNITED STATES                   The motion of the Solicitor General for divided              argument is granted.99-8016   ABRAM, STACY V. LAXTON, EDWARD, ET AL.                   The motion of petitioner for leave to proceed in              forma pauperis is denied. Petitioner is allowed until              April 24, 2000, within which to pay the docketing fee              required by Rule 38(a) and to submit a petition in              compliance with Rule 33.1 of the Rules of this Court.CERTIORARI GRANTED99-1235   GREEN TREE FIN. CORP., ET AL V. RANDOLPH, LARKETTA                   The petition for a writ of certiorari is granted.99-603 )  LEGAL SERVICES CORP. V. VELAZQUEZ, CARMEN, ET AL.       )99-960 )  UNITED STATES V. VELAZQUEZ, CARMEN, ET AL.                   The petitions for writs of certiorari are granted.              The cases are consolidated and a total of one hour is              allotted for oral argument.CERTIORARI DENIED98-994    SAMMY'S OF MOBILE, ET AL. V. MOBILE, AL98-1935 ) DEJA VU OF NASHVILLE, INC. V. NASHVILLE, TN, ET AL.        )98-2021 ) D.L.S., INC., ET AL. V. CHATTANOOGA, TN, ET AL.98-2053   COLACURCIO, FRANK, ET AL. V. KENT, WA99-220    DCR, INC., ET AL. V. PIERCE COUNTY, WA99-356    JACKSONVILLE, FL vs. LADY J. LINGERIE, ET AL.99-881    GOOD, LLOYD A. V. UNITED STATES99-941    FORTE, DOROTHY V. DEPT. OF VETERANS AFFAIRS99-1089   DEW, JOHN, ETC., ET AL. V. UNITED STATES, ET AL.99-1110   MAFRIGE, CAROLYN H. V. UNITED STATES99-1123   CUTSHALL, ARTHUR V. SUNDQUIST, GOV. OF TN99-1134   MELKA MARINE, INC. V. UNITED STATES99-1143   SOFAER, ABRAHAM D. vs. DC CT. OF APPEALS, ET AL.99-1210   NOORILY, PETER, ET AL. V. THOMAS & BETTS CORP., ET AL.99-1247   STIMPSON, SANDRA LEIGH V. TUSCALOOSA, AL, ET AL.99-1250   HARRIS, FREDERICK D., ET UX. vs. JACKSON RD. CO.99-1275   SCHEIDLY, JOSEPH M. V. TRAVELERS INSURANCE CO.99-1287   MITSUBISHI ELEC. CORP. V. AMPEX CORP.99-1289   U. S. EX REL. AM. TEXTILE V. THE LIMITED, INC., ET AL.99-1291   JF HOTEL MGMT. V. FLYNN, THOMAS99-1296   MURRAY, JEROME V. SMILTNEEK, LINDA L.99-1304   ALLEN-SESKER, ANTONIA M. V. BELL ATLANTIC GLOBAL, INC.99-1306   HERSHFIELD, CHARLES V. KING GEORGE CTY BD. ZON. APP99-1309   CHANDLER, RICHARD L. V. CHANDLER, RACHEL, ET AL.99-1317   MUKA, BETTY V. RUTHERFORD INSTITUTE, ET AL.99-1333   DISTELRATH, JOHN, ET AL. V. HONEY, BILL99-1335   SEC. FIN. CORP., ET AL. V. CLARK, EARL, ET AL.99-1337   DOUTHITT, THERESA V. MAY DEPT. STORES99-1339   BURKHART, GARRETT V. QUILICI, DIANA L.99-1356   LEVY, ROBERT A., ET UX. V. SWIFT TRANSPORTATION, ET AL.99-1373   FOWLER, GERALD D. V. ARKANSAS99-1381   KOBAYASHI, YUKI V. SPENCER, VAINO, ET AL.99-1385   LODERMEIER, GENE VERNAL V. DOOLEY, WARDEN99-1398   MALOWNEY, JOHN V. BUTTERWORTH, FL ATTY. GEN.99-1402   ROBINSON, C. ANITA, ET AL. vs. DC BD. OF ZONING ADJUSTMENT99-1432   ORTIZ-MIRANDA, RAUL, ET AL. V. UNITED STATES99-1433   COLON-MUNOZ, RAMIRO L. V. UNITED STATES99-1452   DANIELE, ANTHONY V. UNITED STATES99-1454   SAVAGE, DION ERIC V. UNITED STATES99-1458   GLASSMAN, JEFFREY, ET UX. V. CIR99-1461   BLAKENEY, ROY V. UNITED STATES99-1467   BROWN, AARON V. UNITED STATES99-7177   WARD, PHILLIP A. V. TRENT, WARDEN99-7205   MEDINA, FELIX N. V. UNITED STATES99-7398   CERVANTES-PEREZ, MARIO V. UNITED STATES99-7406   WILLIAMS, FAY V. ALTANTA, GA99-7545   HINTON, QUENTIN V. UNITED STATES99-7620   KALUNA, BRYAN K. V. UNITED STATES99-7825   SOSA, PEDRO S. V. JOHNSON, DIR., TX DCJ99-7962   PATEL, MANOJ V. PMA INSURANCE COMPANY, ET AL99-7963   OATES, DOUGLAS J. V. ENGLUND, ROSE, ET AL.99-7969   PFEIL, ROGER D. V. EVERETT, WARDEN99-7972   SCHRODER, DERRAL V. BIENVENU, PHILLIP, ET AL.99-7973   SAMUELS, MICHAEL K. V. HENRY, WARDEN99-7974   WORDLAW, RONALD D. V. BOWLES, SHERIFF, ET AL.99-7982   TAYLOR, RALPH A. V. CALIFORNIA99-7983   BROADWAY, HENRI V. LOUISIANA99-7986   LEE, CHAE H. V. RAMIREZ-PALMER, WARDEN99-7990   CHAMPION, MICHAEL V. RIVERS, WARDEN99-7991   THOMAS-EL, JOE E. V. JOHNSON, DIR., TX DCJ99-7992   SKETOE, DONALD V. EXXON CO., USA, ET AL.99-7993   ROBINSON, MICHAEL L. V. FLORIDA99-7994   WOODBERRY, DERRICK V. DAY, WARDEN99-8004   FOSTER, KENNETH V. TEXAS99-8015   BELL, ANNETTE V. NERO, HORACE, ET AL.99-8018   SANCHEZ, JOE A. V. AYERS, WARDEN99-8028   CASTRO, SALVADOR V. CALIFORNIA99-8029   KIPKIRWA, LAZARUS V. SANTA CLARA COUNTY, CA99-8030   MEEKS, ANDREW L. V. NEVADA99-8031   KNIGHT, ROBYN J. V. CALIFORNIA99-8035   COBBIN, KENNETH R. V. SUTHERS, EXEC. DIR., CO DOC99-8036   COLEMAN, CALVIN B. V. JOHNSON, DIR., TX DCJ99-8039   BOLLING, DWAYNE R. V. CIRCUIT CT. OF VA, ETC.99-8042   JOHNSTONE, ROBERT B. V. BAYER, DIR., NV DOP99-8046   COHEN, RANDALL S. V. BLANCHET, VICTOR, ET AL.99-8047   BURK, RICHARD D. V. KANSAS99-8048   ARRINGTON, MICHAEL D. V. BROWARD COMMUNITY COLLEGE99-8049   BUNNEY, GERALD W. V. MOORE, SEC., FL DOC, ET AL.99-8053   WHITE, WINFRED V. DOWNES, WALTER J.99-8060   CAREY, WESLEY V. SMITH, DAVID R., ET AL.99-8061   COOK, CARL H. V. JOHNSON, DIR., TX DCJ99-8063   COLLINS, RANDALL E. V. JOHNSON, DIR., TX DCJ99-8066   SAIYED IFTIKHAR V. WASHINGTON99-8084   TAYLOR, BENJAMIN V. FLORIDA99-8086   BRYSON, WILLIAM C. V. GIBSON, WARDEN99-8112   WOJTASZEK, DONALD V. PENNSYLVANIA99-8122   OGUNDE, OLUDARE V. ANGELONE, DIR., VA DOC99-8141   SPAIN, CONNELL V. WEST, SEC. OF VA99-8163   DERDEN, GEORGE G. V. HARGETT, EDWARD, ET AL.99-8193   GREEN, JAMES T. V. TEXAS99-8195   DOBY, CALVIN C. V. JOHNSON, DIR., TX DCJ99-8197   HARRIMAN, CHARLES E. V. JOHNSON, DIR., TX DCJ99-8225   WESTFALL, JIMMY V. UNDERWOOD, GOV. OF WV99-8237   JORDAN, MICHAEL P. V. HAUNANI-HENRY, WARDEN99-8272   WABASHA, ELROY L. V. WEBER, WARDEN99-8274   BROADES, RODNEY J. V. TEXAS99-8277   WILLIAMS, CHARLES A. V. INS99-8291   STEWART, CARL W. V. UNITED STATES99-8297   CLAYTON, JAMES E. V. JOHNSON, DIR., TX DCJ99-8298   ATRAQCHI, MICHAEL R., ET UX. V. CLINTON, PRESIDENT, ET AL.99-8320   MUSTAFA, AHMEEN V. CO ROBACZEWSKI, ET AL.99-8329   BROWN, DANIEL V. CONNECTICUT99-8358   GALLO, DOROTHY V. US ATTY'S OFFICE, EDNY99-8366   HILL, EDWARD V. JOHNSON, DIR., TX DCJ99-8393   ROANE, RONNIE V. JOHNSON, DIR., TX DCJ99-8397   JONES, KENNETH W. V. UNITED STATES99-8414   DIAZ, FRED V. COLORADO99-8423   MANGIARDI, PAUL J. V. UNITED STATES99-8424   JOINER, ORIEN C. V. JOHNSON, DIR., TX DCJ99-8426   SPELLS, ANTHONY L. V. UNITED STATES99-8439   RAU, RANDOLPH A. V. ANGELONE, DIR., VA DOC99-8442   SNEAD, JAMES V. CORCORAN, WARDEN, ET AL.99-8452   ORTEGA-GOMEZ, JESUS R. V. UNITED STATES99-8453   BADGER, ROBERT B. V. UNITED STATES99-8454   COLEMAN, CHARLES W. V. CONNECTICUT99-8455   RUSSO, JOSEPH V. UNITED STATES99-8464   MELING, JOSEPH E. V. UNITED STATES99-8475   OBODOAGHA, FREDERICK C. V. UNITED STATES99-8476   SKYERS, RICHARD W. V. UNITED STATES99-8480   PAYNE, ERIC V. UNITED STATES99-8483   SEELEY, THOMAS L. V. McCAUGHTRY, WARDEN99-8487   COWAN, RONALD V. UNITED STATES99-8490   BAYLESS, CAROL V. UNITED STATES99-8491   BOZON PAPPA, EVELYN C. V. UNITED STATES99-8492   MALDONADO-OLIVAS, JOAQUIN V. UNITED STATES99-8494   KING, BERNARD V. UNITED STATES99-8495   NGO, NAM N. V. UNITED STATES99-8501   LIQUORI, RONALD P. V. UNITED STATES99-8509   MENDOZA-IRIBE, GUADALUPE V. UNITED STATES99-8513   TURNER, ERIC M. V. UNITED STATES                   The petitions for writs of certiorari are denied.99-1046   SMITH, JOHN V. UNITED STATES                   The motion of petitioner for leave to file a              petition for a writ of certiorari under seal with              redacted copies for the public is granted. The petition              for a writ of certiorari is denied.99-1074   SAMAROO, LOUISE R. V. AT&T MGMT. PENSION PLAN99-1272   INVESTORS GUARANTY FUND, LTD V. MORGAN STANLEY & CO., INC.                   The petitions for writs of certiorari are denied.              Justice O'Connor took no part in the consideration or              decision of these petitions.99-1292   UNITED STATES BAKERY, INC. V. SCHNEIDER, JOHN, ET AL.                   The motion of American Bakers Association, et al.              for leave to file a brief as amici curiae is granted.              The petition for a writ of certiorari is denied.99-7970   SYVERTSON, CHARLES E. V. FARGO FORUM, ET AL.99-8025   BIERLEY, HARRY L. V. CONNELLY, JUDGE, ET AL.                   The motions of petitioners for leave to proceed in              forma pauperis are denied, and the petitions for writs of              certiorari are dismissed. See Rule 39.8.HABEAS CORPUS DENIED99-8516   IN RE EDWIN A. TOWNE, JR.99-8593   IN RE HAYWARD SILAS                   The petitions for writs of habeas corpus are              denied.MANDAMUS DENIED99-8353   IN RE WILLIAM F. DEPREE                   The petition for a writ of mandamus is denied.99-7987   IN RE TROY A. LUKENS                   The petition for writ of mandamus and/or              prohibition is denied.REHEARINGS DENIED99-6708   O'NEILL, THOMAS A. V. COHN, COMMR., IN DOC99-6792   RELIFORD, EPHRAIN V. SOUTH CAROLINA99-6885   PAGANO, ANTHONY V. MASSACHUSETTS99-7053   HOWELL, GEORGE T. V. HELMAN, WARDEN99-7054   FLORES, JUAN V. V. JOHNSON, DIR., TX DCJ99-7060   McGUIRE, JO K. V. ARKANSAS, ET AL.99-7180   STEVENS, EUGENE C. V. MICHIGAN99-7777   TRAPP, ARDIS C. V. SUPREME COURT OF WA99-7822   JIMENEZ, LUIS V. UNITED STATES                   The petitions for rehearing are denied.ATTORNEY DISCIPLINED-2153    IN THE MATTER OF DISBARMENT OF WILLIAM M. SCALF                   William M. Scalf, of Corbin, Kentucky, is suspended              from the practice of law in this Court and a rule will              issue, returnable within 40 days, requiring him to show              cause why he should not be disbarred from the practice              of law in this Court.D-2154    IN THE MATTER OF DISBARMENT OF JAMES LLEWELLYN ADAMS                   James Llewellyn Adams, of Breckenridge, Colorado,              is suspended from the practice of law in this Court and              a rule will issue, returnable within 40 days, requiring              him to show cause why he should not be disbarred from              the practice of law in this Court.D-2156    IN THE MATTER OF DISBARMENT OF EKITA LEVERETTE MITCHELL                   Ekita Leverette Mitchell, of Silver Spring,              Maryland, is suspended from the practice of law in this              Court and a rule will issue, returnable within 40 days,              requiring her to show cause why she should not be              disbarred from the practice of law in this Court.

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