US Supreme Court Orders



(ORDER LIST: 529 U.S.)MONDAY, MAY 1, 2000ORDERS IN PENDING CASES99A829    WILLIAMS, MICHELLE V. TEXAS                   The application for stay addressed to Justice              Ginsburg and referred to the Court is denied.99M84     SALANIK, STEPHEN, ET AL. V. BD. OF EDUCATION OF ANNE ARUNDEL CO.                    The motion to direct the Clerk to file a petition              for a writ of certiorari out-of-time is denied.99-1496   JANAKAKIS-KOSTUN, GIA KALYNA V. JANAKAKIS, EMMANUEL                   The Solicitor General is invited to file a brief in              this case expressing the views of the United States.CERTIORARI GRANTED99-1132   ILLINOIS V. McARTHUR, CHARLES99-1295   GITLITZ, D., ET UX., ET AL. V. CIR                   The petitions for writs of certiorari are granted.CERTIORARI DENIED98-10002  GRAHAM, GARY V. JOHNSON, DIR., TX DCJ99-268    MIDDLETON, KENNETH G. V. KEMNA, SUPT., CROSSROADS99-1246   DOLE FOOD CO., INC., ET AL. vs. UNITED STATES, ET AL.99-1258   McDONNELL DOUGLAS CORP. V. UNITED STATES99-1281   O. S. C. & ASSOC., INC. vs. CIR99-1332   BROKAMP, DANIEL, ET UX. vs. MERCY HOSP. ANDERSON, ET AL.99-1371   GAL-OLIVER, MORDECHAI, ET UX vs. COUTTS BANK LTD., ETC.99-1407   FRANK'S CASING CREW V. MARINE DRILLING MGMT. CO.99-1413   CALKINS, GARY E., ET UX. vs. NLRB99-1418   MAAT, RICHARD T., ET AL. V. BROWNING-FERRIS INDUS, ET AL.99-1419   NEW YORK, NY, ET AL. V. TENENBAUM, MARC, ET UX.99-1424   WILSON, QUENTIN, ETC. V. BURLINGTON NO. SANTA FE R.99-1425   BORODATY, DEBORAH M., ET AL. V. WEST PENN POWER CO.99-1428   WESTENDORP, AARON, ET AL. V. VENTURA, GOV. OF MN, ET AL.99-1430   LUNNEY, ALEXANDER G. V. PRODIGY SERVS. CO.99-1437 ) CUMBERLAND FARMS, INC. V. NORTHEAST DAIRY, ETC., ET AL        )99-1438 ) NY STATE DAIRY FOODS, ET AL. V. NORTHEAST DAIRY, ETC., ET AL.99-1450   GREEN, CORA, ET AL. V. STELLY, KENNETH, ET AL.99-1453   U.S., EX REL. A-1 AMBULANCE V. MONTEREY COUNTY, CA, ET AL.99-1465   BAZZETTA, MICHELLE GRANDIS V. YUKINS, WARDEN99-1474   WILLIAMS, ARTHUR H. V. CIGNA FINANCIAL ADVISORS99-1476   OTT, GREGORY ARTHUR V. JOHNSON, DIR., TX DOC99-1479   HADDAD, JONATHAN V. LIEBERMAN, ISAAC99-1493   BURGESS, RICHARD A. V. PELKEY, G. RAYMOND, ET AL.99-1494   LERMAN, RUSSELL E. V. RANDOLPH, NJ, ET AL.99-1495   DUNN, ESTELLA J. V. INSTALLATION TECH., INC.99-1498   DAVIS, GINA V. MILLE LACS BAND OF CHIPPEWA99-1505   FERGASON, TIMOTHY G. V. JOHNSON, DIR., TX DCJ99-1558   BEHDANI, BEHYAR, ET AL. vs. INS99-1573   LAI, DAVID V. DICKINSON, RANDOLPH, ET AL.99-1585   ORR, JOHN D. vs. IRS99-1586   HOLT, KEVIN V. UNITED STATES99-7110   RICHARD, JOE V. UNITED STATES99-7207   SHEPPARD, GARY V. PAINTER, WARDEN99-7239   FISCHLER, TIMOTHY D. V. UNITED STATES99-7716   CODY, FREDDIE L. V. UNITED STATES99-7968   RICHARDSON, WILLIAM C. vs. SAY, DOUGLAS, ET AL.99-8050   STEELE, WILLIAM S. V. ALLISON, DIR., ORANGE COUNTY99-8162   GUZMAN, JAMES V. CALIFORNIA99-8290   RYAN, MICHAEL W. V. NEBRASKA99-8406   KESSLER, RAYMOND E. V. BROWN & WILLIAMSON TOBACCO99-8407   LIGGINS, MICHAEL vs. B. T. OFFICE PRODUCTS99-8419   MILES, LEON R. V. DUNNIGAN, UNIT MANAGER, ET AL.99-8420   LINTON, WILLIAM W. vs. SULLIVAN, VINCE, ET AL.99-8428   SCOTT, MICHAEL V. MILLER, SUPT., EASTERN99-8432   WINKLE, JANIE M. V. OAKLAND JOCKEY CLUB99-8433   BLITCHINGTON, AARON V. MOORE, SEC., FL DOC99-8435   ATRAQCHI, MICHAEL R. V. MURPHY, JOHN, ET AL.99-8437   ORTIZ, OSIEL V. vs. JOHNSON, DIR., TX DCJ99-8438   SELMAN, STANLEY V. SANDERS, WARDEN99-8440   STELL, BOBBY C. V. JOHNSON, DIR., TX DCJ99-8445   TRINIDAD, OVIDIO A. V. CALIFORNIA99-8450   WAGONER, EVANS V. STUBBLEFIELD, SUPT., MO99-8451   WRONKE, KENNETH L. V. STEIGMANN, JUSTICE, ETC.99-8456   McGOVERN, SEAN T. V. CALIFORNIA99-8461   CURRY, CHARLES T. vs. WALKER, RANDY, ET AL.99-8466   CHANDLER, WALLACE V. KENNEDY, BETTY B., ET AL.99-8471   LARCH, SHANNON M. V. JOHNSON, DIR., TX DCJ99-8479   ODEN, WILBERT J. V. PRUNTY, WARDEN99-8488   COWANS, JESSIE J. V. OHIO99-8503   PRYSTASH, JOSEPH A. V. TEXAS99-8532   MEDINA, ANTHONY S. V. TEXAS99-8541   MARTINEZ, GILBERTO V. OKLAHOMA99-8580   BELL, ELDON G. V. THOMAS, SHERIFF, ET AL.99-8583   REBOLLAR-PEREZ, RAFAEL V. UNITED STATES99-8587   FEURTADO, ANTHONY V. UNITED STATES99-8595   RAULERSON, DONALD E. V. RENO, ATTY. GEN., ET AL.99-8636   DIN, SAEED U. V. SUMMERS, SEC. OF TREASURY99-8672   HAMILTON, JERRY L. V. NORTH CAROLINA99-8766   RICHARDS HARLAN V. SONDALLE, WARDEN99-8770   NYHUIS, RICHARD V. LUEBBERS, SUPT., POTOSI99-8820   ROSS, KAMRAN J. V. UNITED STATES99-8823   MARCELLO, JAMES V. ME DEPT. OF HUMAN SERVICES99-8836   ALBERTO-GENAO, RAMON V. UNITED STATES99-8846   MONK, ARLIE H. V. UNITED STATES99-8849   WEBB, MICHAEL E. V. UNITED STATES99-8850   EVEY, EDWARD V. UNITED STATES99-8851   ABOUHALIMA, MOHAMMED V. UNITED STATES99-8852   FAIZ, SULTAN M. V. UNITED STATES99-8853   EVANS, JAMES L. V. UNITED STATES99-8855   HERNANDEZ-CORONA, ENRIQUE V. UNITED STATES99-8858   FOWLER, LEOTIS V. UNITED STATES99-8860   DRAPER, HOWARD V. UNITED STATES99-8863   DAN, TANG X. V. UNITED STATES99-8867   WILLIAMS, CHRIS P. V. UNITED STATES99-8873   HOPPER, ROYAL M. V. UNITED STATES99-8874   GREEN, REGINALD A. V. UNITED STATES99-8875   GREENWOOD, ROBERT W. V. UNITED STATES99-8876   GRIST, JERRY L. V. UNITED STATES99-8877   CUSTODIO-ROSSI, IGNACIO V. UNITED STATES99-8879   PASSARO, NATALE A. V. UNITED STATES99-8887   MURCHINSON, LAWRENCE E. V. UNITED STATES99-8890   AIELLO, FRANK V. UNITED STATES99-8891   ANDERSON, WILLIAM J. V. UNITED STATES99-8900   LOZANO, TERESA V. UNITED STATES99-8901   LOPEZ-AYALA, JUDITH V. UNITED STATES99-8902   KING, TIMOTHY L. V. UNITED STATES99-8903   MOORE, ROBERT L. V. UNITED STATES99-8907   VINSON, WILLIE L. V. MOORE, SEC., FL DOC99-8908   MITCHUM, ROBERT N. V. UNITED STATES99-8917   McMILLIAN, OSKAR V. ENDICOTT, WARDEN                   The petitions for writs of certiorari are denied.99-899    GALAZA, WARDEN, ET AL. V. NINO, JESUS99-1159   McDANIEL, WARDEN, ET AL. V. WILLS, EDWARD F.99-1184   MACK, WARDEN V. PARIS, DAVID L.                   The motions of respondents for leave to proceed in              forma pauperis are granted. The petitions for writs of              certiorari are denied.99-1070   PEOPLE'S MOJAHEDIN ORG. V. DEPT. OF STATE, ET AL.                   The motion of the Solicitor General for leave to              lodge under seal a copy of the sealed version of the              brief for appellees filed in the United States Court of              Appeals is granted. The petition for a writ              of certiorari is denied.99-1449   MA FOOD ASSN., ET AL. V. MA ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE, ETC.                   The motion of Beer Distributors of Massachusetts,              Inc., et al. for leave to file a brief as amici curiae              is granted. The petition for a writ of certiorari is              denied.99-1464   E. I. DuPONT DE NEMOURS V. MURAKAMI, SHARON, ET AL.                   The petition for a writ of certiorari is denied.              Justice O'Connor took no part in the consideration or              decision of this petition.99-8348   WILKERSON, J. R. V. NIELSEN, CHMN., ETC.99-8465   NAGY, PAUL V. LAPPIN, HARLEY, 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 DENIED99-8929   IN RE WALTER E. JOHNSON, JR.99-8957   IN RE SCOTT LOUIS YOUNGBEAR99-8974   IN RE JOHN HENRY WEST                   The petitions for writs of habeas corpus are              denied.99-9005   IN RE OLU S. ABIDEKUN                   The motion of petitioner for leave to proceed in              forma pauperis is denied, and the petition for a writ of              habeas corpus is dismissed. See Rule 39.8. As the              petitioner has repeatedly abused this Court's process,              the Clerk is directed not to accept any further              petitions in noncriminal matters from petitioner unless              the docketing fee required by Rule 38(a) is paid and the              petition is submitted in compliance with Rule 33.1. See              Martin v. District of Columbia Court of Appeals, 506              U.S. 1 (1992) (per curiam). Justice Stevens dissents.              See id., at 4, and cases cited therein.MANDAMUS DENIED99-8206   IN RE MAURICE EUGENE HOLLOMAN                   The petition for a writ of mandamus is denied.REHEARINGS DENIED99-1166   CREWS, RANDOLPH V. DEPT. OF THE ARMY99-6776   ZHARN, P. JOSEPH vs. U. S. FIDELITY & GUARANTY99-7222   IN RE CURTIS LEE MAYES99-7437   JOSEPH, JULIUS, D. V. JOHNSON, DIR., TX DCJ, ET AL99-7536   GULLEY, WILLIAM M. V. GEORGIA99-7720   RETTIG, THOMAS M. V. KENT CITY SCHOOL DIST.99-7726   WISE, CLARENCE C. V. CADDELL CONSTR. CO., INC.99-8129   COBBS, BRENDA V. USPS, ET AL.                   The petitions for rehearing are denied.

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