US Supreme Court Orders



(ORDER LIST: 529 U.S.)MONDAY, APRIL 24, 2000APPEAL -- SUMMARY DISPOSITION99-1396   CHANDLER, JAMES, ET AL. V. HARRIS, FL SEC. OF STATE                   The judgment is affirmed.                  CERTIORARI -- SUMMARY DISPOSITION99-1401   HOPKINS, WARDEN V. NEWMAN, JOHN BYRON                   The motion of respondent for leave to proceed in              forma pauperis is granted. The petition for a writ of              certiorari is granted. The judgment is vacated and the              case is remanded to the United States Court of Appeals              for the Eighth Circuit for further consideration in              light of Terry Williams v.Taylor, 529 U.S. ____ (2000).99-5670   COLEMAN, ALTON V. INDIANA                   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 Indiana for further              consideration in light of Terry Williams v. Taylor, 529              U.S. ____ (2000).99-6862   THOMAS, GERALD B. V. EARLEY, ATT'Y GEN. OF VA                   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 United States Court of Appeals for the              Fourth Circuit for further consideration in light of              Terry Williams v. Taylor, 529 U.S. ____ (2000).             ORDERS IN PENDING CASES99-658    CASTILLO, JAIME, ET AL. V. UNITED STATES                   The motion for appointment of counsel is granted              and it is ordered that Stanley Rentz, Esquire, of Waco,              Texas, is appointed to serve as counsel for the              petitioner Graeme Leonard Craddock in this case; the              request for expenses and attorneys fees is denied              without prejudice.99-830    STENBERG, NE ATTY. GEN. V. CARHART, LEROY                   The motion of Rutherford Institute for leave to              file a brief as amicus curiae is granted.CERTIORARI GRANTED99-7504   LOPEZ, CHRISTOPHER A. V. DAVIS, WARDEN, ET AL.                   The motion of petitioner for leave to proceed in              forma pauperis and the petition for a writ of certiorari              are granted.CERTIORARI DENIED98-9563   ASHFORD, JAMES B. V. GILMORE, WARDEN98-9840   BUI, TAM S. vs. DiPAOLO, SUPT., MA, ET AL.99-538    BOCK, ELMER F. V. ST. LOUIS SOUTHWESTERN RWY.99-863    PRINCE, DON V. UNITED STATES99-1040   PORTLAND PORT V. RONNE, DONALD, ET AL.99-1179   POWER ENGINEERING CO., ET AL V. UNITED STATES99-1294   FOSTER, HOLMES, ETC. V. BANK ONE, UTAH, ET AL.99-1330   EDMONDS, SANDY vs. LA DEPT. OF PUB. SAFETY99-1343   MOENNING, RICHARD C. vs. IL COMMERCE COMM'N, ET AL.99-1386   QUALLS, GLEN, ET AL. V. DETROIT, MI, ET AL.99-1387   LANGLIE, STEPHEN L. V. ONAN CORP.99-1395   MOTLEY, DANIEL C. vs. NJ STATE POLICE, ET AL.99-1397   CBT GROUP PLC, ET AL. vs. SAN MATEO COUNTY SUPER. CT.99-1406   JOYTIME DISTRIB., ETC. V. SOUTH CAROLINA99-1410   FIRST MT. VERNON V. PRINCE GEORGE'S CTY., MD99-1412   CHEROKEE CORP. OF LINDEN, VA vs. CAPITAL SKIING CORP.99-1420   ELLIS, NANCY L., ET AL. V. WASHINGTON COUNTY, ET AL.99-1435   GRAVES, EDWIN THOMAS V. BOONE, WARDEN, ET AL.99-1436   LIN, WEN-CHOUH V. LIN, ANITA C.99-1445   SPETH, LAWRENCE EDWARD V. TEXAS99-1447   JONES, THOMAS W. V. FRANK, FREDERICK, ET AL.99-1455   ATWELL, GEORGE W. V. ATWELL, DEBORAH D.99-1459   DePLUZER, NORMAN W. V. ILLINOIS, ET AL.99-1460   WATTS, BRUCE V. NETWORK SOLUTIONS, INC.99-1492   GARRISON, KURT CHARLES V. WICHITA FALLS, TX, ET AL.99-1513   IN RE CHARLES H. KAVALARIS99-1525   MIZANI, AHMAD, ETC. V. UNITED STATES99-1531   HYLAND, JOHN V. V. CLINTON, PRES.99-5793   HARRISON, JAMES P. V. INDIANA99-6035   TAYLOR, FELTUS V. CAIN, WARDEN99-6199   COLVIN-EL, EUGENE S. V. NUTH, WARDEN, ET AL.99-6738   VANN, DAMIAN A. vs. SMALL, WARDEN, ET AL.99-7299 ) WHITE, MARVIN V. UNITED STATES        )99-7523 ) WHITE, FLOYD J., ET AL. V. UNITED STATES99-7407   DANIELS, ERIC D. V. ILLINOIS99-7487   SALAZAR-OLIVARES, FELIPE V. UNITED STATES99-7588   JONES, CHRISTINE V. APFEL, COMM'R, SOCIAL SEC.99-7594   BUSS, TIMOTHY D. V. ILLINOIS99-7623   NIELSON, NIELS V. ILLINOIS99-7808   FALSETTA, CHARLES A. V. CALIFORNIA99-7863   POSPISIL, DENNIS C. V. UNITED STATES99-7878   SANCHEZ, HECTOR R. V. SCHOMIG, WARDEN99-7920   DUNAWAY, LARRY D. V. ALABAMA99-8317   MURPHY, MICHAEL A. V. SMITHVILLE, TN, ET AL.99-8318   LaTORRE, EDWIN V. PENNSYLVANIA99-8319   JOHNSON, OLIVIA V. JEFFERSON, VIVIAN99-8334   TRICE, RICHARD E. V. McNEAL, KEVIN99-8337   SUNIGA, JOE R. V. TEXAS99-8341   ROGERS, KENNETH E. V. ILLINOIS99-8342   SIMMONS, CHRISTOPHER V. LUEBBERS, SUPT., POTOSI99-8344   TOWNSEND, LARRY D. V. OKLAHOMA99-8349   WINGATE, WILLIAM C. V. TEXAS99-8350   WILSON, DERRICK L. V. RATELLE, WARDEN99-8354   DAVIS, CURTIS R. vs. UPS, ET AL.99-8356   GANN, JAMES A. vs. AL DOC, ET AL.99-8357   GEARY, MELVIN J. V. NEVADA99-8360   GREENE, WILLIAM B. V. WASHINGTON99-8365   FIELDS, TONY M. V. JACKSON, ANNETTE99-8367   HOGUE, VERNE V. AYERS, WARDEN99-8369   ROCHON, SAMUEL O. V. EXXON CORP.99-8373   JOHNSON, LARRY V. JOHNSON, DIR., TX DCJ99-8374   LARRINAGA, LUIS G. V. TEXAS99-8375   McWEENEY, SHAWN C. V. OREGON99-8376   BAYS, RICHARD V. OHIO99-8378   HERNANDEZ, JOSEFINA DEL V. vs. NYC LAW DEPT. CORP. COUNSEL99-8381   FLOOD, SHAYNE P. V. FRANK, SUPT., HUNTINGDON99-8382   FARRELL, GARY V. PATAKI, GOV. OF NY, ET AL.99-8385   GRAHAM, BRENDA L. V. TEXAS99-8387   HARRIS, ANTHONY V. FL DOC, ET AL.99-8389   TRAN, HECK VAN V. TENNESSEE99-8394   McCRAY, DONALD R. V. HINE, JAMES R., ET AL.99-8400   LEININGER, RUSSELL C. V. WASHINGTON99-8401   KUBICA, PAXTON V. JOHNSON, DIR., TX DCJ99-8409   WILLIAMS, LARRY B. V. MOORE, SEC., FL DOC99-8411   LARSON, DONALD A. V. TRIPPETT, WARDEN99-8413   ATWOOD, JEREMY V. IOWA99-8436   CASELLAS, ANTHONY V. McGINNIS, SUPT., SOUTHPORT99-8444   REDEAGLE-BELGARDE, KERMIT V. LAMBERT, SUPT.99-8459   NICKERSON, JULIUS V. LUEBBERS, SUPT., POTOSI99-8467   CLARK, JAMES R. V. ANGELONE, DIR., VA DOC99-8468   CHRISTIAN, RAYMOND C. V. HENDERSON, POSTMASTER GEN.99-8496   LAMPSON, JACK E. V. WEST, SEC., VA AFFAIRS99-8519   WOODS, CARLOS C. V. VAUGHN, SUPT., GRATERFORD99-8531   JOHNSON, ROBERT D. V. PENNSYLVANIA99-8546   REYNOLDS, SHARON L. V. ROONEY, KYLE, ET UX.99-8549   ROBINSON, FREDDIE L. V. NORRIS, DIR., AR DOC99-8556   WOODWARD, TERRY L. V. TEXAS99-8584   CABLA, ROBERT V. TEXAS99-8590   JACKSON, ROBERT D. V. LUEBBERS, SUPT., POTOSI99-8614   ARMSTRONG, MICHAEL J. V. GAMMON, SUPT., MOBERLY99-8619 ) LOCKABY, MARTIN G. V. UNITED STATES        )99-8791 ) McLEOD, BYRON D. V. UNITED STATES99-8621   ISAACS, HENRY V. CAIN, WARDEN99-8627   CHESTER, HENRY V. LOCK, SUPT., CENTRAL MO99-8631   NAVARRO, LINDA R. V. POOLE, WARDEN, ET AL.99-8642   LEGETTE, ROGER S. V. SOUTH CAROLINA99-8650   DAVIDSON, SUSAN V. UNITED STATES99-8651   GRAVES, ERVIN M. V. UNITED STATES99-8668   AYTCH, LATANYA V. ILLINOIS99-8694   BUCHANAN, LARRY V. TATE, WARDEN99-8695   CARTER, KENNETH L. V. MORGAN, WARDEN99-8700   NAUGLE, GARY L. V. OHIO99-8750   FAULCON, TERRELL V. PHILADELPHIA, PA, ET AL.99-8767   PALACIO, SABINA E. V. UNITED STATES99-8769   MONROE, CHARLES T. V. UNITED STATES99-8777   ANTHONY, MAC L. vs. OHIO99-8780   COHEN, MARTIN H. V. UNITED STATES99-8781   WEAVER, STANLEY V. UNITED STATES99-8782   WASHINGTON, TRAVIS V. UNITED STATES99-8783   TENAUD, HUGO V. UNITED STATES99-8789   LOWE, DIANNE V. UNITED STATES99-8793   SHASHATY, TIMOTHY V. CONNECTICUT99-8795   NAVARRO, ROBERTO J. V. UNITED STATES99-8798   BAKER, ROGER V. OHIO99-8800   WILLIAMS, NATHAN, ET AL. V. UNITED STATES99-8807   TRIPLETT, LEONARD D. V. UNITED STATES99-8815   ROTHENBACH, CHARLES V. UNITED STATES99-8818   WHITE, RICARDO A. V. UNITED STATES99-8824   ALLEN, CLYDE R. V. UNITED STATES                   The petitions for writs of certiorari are denied.99-1399   BONNIE BRIAR SYNDICATE V. MAMARONECK, NY, ET AL.                   The motion of Pacific Legal Foundation for leave to              file a brief as amicus curiae is granted. The motion of              National Association of Home Builders for leave to file              a brief as amicus curiae is granted. The petition for a              writ of certiorari is denied.99-1484   POLYAK, EARLENE V. SUMMERS, TN ATTY. GEN.                   The motion of petitioner to defer consideration of              the petition for a writ of certiorari is denied. The              petition for a writ of certiorari is denied.HABEAS CORPUS DENIED99-8861   IN RE MARVIN AUBREY DeVORE99-8869   IN RE HENRY ROBERT DUMORNAY99-8918   IN RE DONALD JONES                   The petitions for writs of habeas corpus are              denied.REHEARINGS DENIED99-1004   MICHELFELDER, JOHN ERWIN V. THOMAS JEFFERSON UN., ET AL.99-1104   WHITE, RICHARD, ET UX. V. SECURITY PACIFIC FINANCIAL99-1121   LUNA, HECTOR V. vs. SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY, ET AL99-1130   CLANTON, HERBERT W. vs. REDFORD TOWNSHIP99-1135   CHAPPELL, WALT V. MEESE, LINDA, ET AL.99-1322   COWHIG, EDWARD D. V. CALDERA, SEC. OF THE ARMY99-5279   SMITH, IRVING V. MOORE, SEC., FL DOC99-7307   BECKHAM, TIMOTHY V. CAIN, WARDEN99-7329   SILO, JEROME V. SHALALA, SEC., H&HS99-7700   COOMBS, DERRICK R. V. PENNSYLVANIA99-7737   CALHOUN, TYRONE V. DeTELLA, WARDEN, ET AL.99-7754   ABBEY, HAROLD G. V. ROBERT BOSCH GMBH, ET AL.                   The petitions for rehearing are denied.98-1109   SHALALA, SEC. OF H&HS, ET AL V. IL COUNCIL, LONG TERM CARE                   The petition for rehearing or, in the alternative,              to modify the opinion, is denied.ATTORNEY DISCIPLINED-2141    IN THE MATTER OF DISBARMENT OF MICHAEL E. McGILL                   Michael E. McGill, of Toledo, Ohio, having been              suspended from the practice of law in this Court by              order of February 22, 2000; and a rule having been              issued and served upon him requiring him to show cause              why he should not be disbarred; and the time to file a              response having expired;                   It is ordered that Michael E. McGill is disbarred              from the practice of law in this Court.D-2142    IN THE MATTER OF DISBARMENT OF JACK D. GLAZER                   Jack D. Glazer, of Lindenhurst, New York, having              been suspended from the practice of law in this Court by              order of February 22, 2000; and a rule having been              issued and served upon him requiring him to show cause              why he should not be disbarred; and the time to file a              response having expired;                   It is ordered that Jack D. Glazer is disbarred from              the practice of law in this Court.D-2144    IN THE MATTER OF DISBARMENT OF JOHN R. BERMAN                   John R. Berman, of Waltham, Massachusetts, having              been suspended from the practice of law in this Court by              order of February 22, 2000; and a rule having been              issued and served upon him requiring him to show cause              why he should not be disbarred; and the time to file a              response having expired;                                It is ordered that John R. Berman is disbarred from              the practice of law in this Court.             D-2145    IN THE MATTER OF DISBARMENT OF ALFRED J. MAININI                   Alfred J. Mainini, of Framingham, Massachusetts,              having been suspended from the practice of law in this              Court by order of February 22, 2000; and a rule having              been issued and served upon him requiring him to show              cause why he should not be disbarred; and the time to              file a response having expired;                                It is ordered that Alfred J. Mainini is disbarred              from the practice of law in this Court.             D-2157    IN THE MATTER OF DISBARMENT OF CHARLES CARTER BAKER, JR.                   Charles Carter Baker, Jr., of Nashville, Tennessee,              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-2158    IN THE MATTER OF DISBARMENT OF EUGENE M. FRESE                   Eugene M. Frese, of Minersville, Pennsylvania, 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-2159    IN THE MATTER OF DISBARMENT OF GEOFFREY SCOTT BLACK                   Geoffrey Scott Black, of Hampstead, Maryland, 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.ORDER                    It is ordered that the call of the calendar, except              for special assignments, be suspended for the Term upon              conclusion of the case listed for hearing on Wednesday,              April 26, 2000.RECESS ORDER                    The Court will take a recess from Monday, May 1,              2000, until Monday, May 15, 2000.

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