US Supreme Court Orders



 
 (ORDER LIST: 530 U.S.)

 THURSDAY, JUNE 29, 2000


 CERTIORARI -- SUMMARY DISPOSITION

 98-1658 ) HELMS, MARY L., ET AL. V. PICARD, SUPT., LA PUB. ED.
         )
 98-1671 ) PICARD, CECIL J., ET AL. V. HELMS, MARY L., ET AL.

                    The Court reversed the judgment below in
               Mitchell v. Helms, 530 U.S. ___ (2000). Therefore,
               the petitions for writs of certiorari are granted
               and the cases are remanded to the United States
               Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit for further
               proceedings.

 99-1152   HOPE CLINIC, ET AL. V. RYAN, IL ATTY. GEN., ET AL.

                    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 Seventh Circuit
               for further consideration in light of Stenberg v. Carhart,
               530 U.S. ____ (2000).

 99-1156 )  PLANNED PARENTHOOD OF WI V. DOYLE, WI ATTY. GEN., ET AL.
         )
 99-1177 )  CHRISTENSEN, DENNIS D. V. DOYLE, WI ATTY. GEN., ET AL.

                    The petitions for writs of certiorari are granted.
               The judgment is vacated and the cases are remanded to the
               United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit
               for further consideration in light of Stenberg v. Carhart,
               530 U.S. ____ (2000).

 99-7890   GREEN, LEROY V. UNITED STATES

                    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
               Dickerson v. United States, 530 U.S. ____ (2000).

 99-8176   JONES, CARLESS V. UNITED STATES

                    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
               Tenth Circuit for further consideration in light of
               Apprendi v. New Jersey, 530 U.S. ____ (2000).


 ORDERS IN PENDING CASES

 99M95     FARLEY, DAVID WILLIAM V. TEXAS

                    The motion to direct the Clerk to file a
               petition for a writ of certiorari out-of-time
               under Rule 14.5 is denied.

 99M96     VIRAMONTES, JOEL F. V. GALAZA, WARDEN
 99M97     GARDNER, BRUCE, ET UX. V. UNITED STATES

                    The motions to direct the Clerk to file
               petitions for writs of certiorari out-of-time
               are denied.

 126, ORIG. KANSAS V. NEBRASKA, ET AL.

                    The motion of Nebraska to dismiss is denied,
               and the case is recommitted to the Special Master
               for further proceedings.

 130, ORIG. NEW HAMPSHIRE V. MAINE

                    The motion for leave to file a bill of complaint
               is granted, and defendant is allowed 60 days within
               which to file a motion to dismiss on res judicata
               grounds. Plaintiff is allowed 45 days to file a response
               to the motion. The Solicitor General is invited to file a
               brief expressing the views of the United States. Justice
               Souter took no part in the consideration or decision of
               this order.

 99-936    FERGUSON, CRYSTAL M., ET AL. V. CHARLESTON, SC, ET AL.

                    The motion of American Civil Liberties Union, et
               al., for leave to file a brief as amici curiae is
               granted. The motion of National Coalition for Child
               Protection Reform, et al., for leave to file a brief as
               amici curiae is granted. The motion of NARAL Foundation,
               et al., for leave to file a brief as amici curiae is
               granted. The motion of American Public Health
               Association, et al., for leave to file a brief as amici
               curiae is granted. The motion of American Medical
               Association for leave to file a brief as amicus curiae
               is granted.

 99-8898   NAGY, PAUL V. UNITED STATES

                    The motion of petitioner for reconsideration of
               order denying leave to proceed in forma pauperis is
               denied.

 99-9576   VIELE, DAWN, ET VIR V. FORD MOTOR CO.

                    The motion of petitioners for leave to proceed in
               forma pauperis is denied. Petitioners are allowed until
               July 20, 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 GRANTED

 98-1768   BUCKMAN COMPANY V. PLAINTIFFS' LEGAL COMMITTEE

                    The motion of Medical Device Manufacturers
               Association for leave to file a brief as amicus curiae
               is granted. The motion of Danek Medical, Inc., for leave
               to file a brief as amicus curiae is granted. The motion
               of Product Liability Advisory Council, Inc., for leave to
               file a brief as amicus curiae is granted. The motion of
               Pharmceutical Research and Manufacturers of America for
               leave to file a brief as amicus curiae is granted. The
               petition for a writ of certiorari is granted limited to
               the following question: Whether federal law preempts
               state-law tort claims alleging fraud on the Food and
               Drug Administration during the regulatory process for
               marketing clearance applicable to certain medical
               devices.


 CERTIORARI DENIED

 99-1112   MILLER, ATTY. GEN. OF IOWA V. PLANNED PARENTHOOD, ET AL.
 99-1307   HOTTE, CLIFFORD V. UNITED STATES
 99-1416   BROWN, DALE A., ET AL. V. UNITED STATES, ET AL.
 99-1462   FORT WORTH, TX V. DEPT. OF TRANSP., ET AL.
 99-1517   UNIVERSAL MANAGEMENT, ET AL. V. UNITED STATES
 99-1552   FOSTER, GOV. OF LA, ET AL. vs. O'NEILL, PHILLIP, ET AL.
 99-1577   GREENBRIER, ET AL. V. UNITED STATES
 99-1580   JARAMILLO, LETICIA, ET AL. vs. FCC
 99-1596   CARNIVAL CRUISE LINES, INC. V. UNITED STATES
 99-1600   PRINCESS CRUISES, INC. V. UNITED STATES
 99-1641   U S WEST COMMUNICATIONS, INC. vs. MFS INTELENET, INC., ET AL.
 99-1674   VANDEL, MARTIN V. STANDARD MOTOR PRODUCTS
 99-1698   UNITED AIRLINES, ET AL. V. DENVER, CO
 99-1718   JAMES, LESVILLE, ETC., ET AL. V. ZURICH-AMERICAN INS. CO.
 99-1727   GATES, TERESA A. V. FORREST GEN. HOSP., ET AL.
 99-1729   UNIVERSE SALES CO. V. OFFSHORE SPORTSWEAR, ET AL.
 99-1738   CHILDREN'S SEASHORE HOUSE V. GUHL, MICHELE, ETC., ET AL.
 99-1741   SUNOCO, INC., ET AL. V. SEYMOUR, STEVEN, ET UX.
 99-1748   WILEY, WILLIAM L. V. MISSISSIPPI
 99-1751   OCEANSIDE-MISSION ASSOCS. V. OCEANSIDE, CA
 99-1758   DE RIVER PORT AUTH. V. FRATERNAL ORDER OF POLICE
 99-1762   VA ELEC. & LIGHTING CORP. V. NAT'L SERV. INDUSTRIES, INC.
 99-1763   GULF INS. CO. V. SIEGFRIED CONSTR., INC.
 99-1769   STRAIN, RODNEY JACK, ETC. V. CLIFFORD, DAVID, ETC.
 99-1770   SIMPSON, LARRY D. V. GALANOS, CHRIS, ET AL.
 99-1772   PORT AUTH. OF NY AND NJ vs. RYDUCHOWSKI, DANUTA
 99-1774   DILLARD DEPT. STORES V. BECKWITH, DELORES
 99-1794   GERRISH, KEITH G. V. GENESEE CTY., NY, ET AL.
 99-1795   CIRCUIT CITY STORES, INC. V. JOHNSON, DEMEKA
 99-1802   ALTSCHULER, HOWARD V. UNIV. OF PA LAW SCH., ET AL.
 99-1808   SMITH, GARY L. V. UNITED STATES
 99-1825   PORT JEFFERSON HEALTH CARE V. WING, BRIAN, ET AL.
 99-1839   HARRIS, EDWARD V. WEST, SEC. OF VETS AFFAIRS
 99-1879   HARDY, JULIE, ETC., ET AL. V. TESTA, MICHAEL, ET AL.
 99-1886   CIRAULO, ANTONIO V. MICHIGAN
 99-1889   VALICENTI ADVISORY SERV. vs. SEC
 99-1898   KHAN, ZYROON V. ABERCROMBIE & FITCH, INC.
 99-1917   COZART, FREDERICK L. V. UNITED STATES
 99-1921   TITTJUNG, ANTON V. RENO, ATTY. GEN., ET AL.
 99-1926   LANZOTTI, DAVID V. UNITED STATES
 99-1928   TARAWALY, TEJAN V. FARREY, WARDEN
 99-1931   BEARDSLEE, FLORENCE M. V. UNITED STATES
 99-1936   RAYHANI, JAFAR POUR, ET AL. V. UNITED STATES
 99-1941   IDEMA, JONATHAN K. V. UNITED STATES
 99-1949   NIJMEH, KENNEDY V. UNITED STATES
 99-1954   PERSON, MARION BROOKS V. UNITED STATES
 99-7579   COTTON, MARCUS B. V. TEXAS
 99-8165 ) HARDY, PAUL V. UNITED STATES
         )
 99-8184 ) CAUSEY, DAMON V. UNITED STATES
         )
 99-8285 ) DAVIS, LEN V. UNITED STATES
 99-8463   WIGGINS, DERRICK L. V. UNITED STATES
 99-8489   BOBILLO, BILL V. UNITED STATES
 99-8675   OMELEBELE, NDUBISI V. vs. UNITED STATES
 99-8839   PISTONE, SALVATORE V. UNITED STATES
 99-8848   KOONS, MARC A. V. UNITED STATES
 99-8978   MARTIN, RAY V. ORANGE DISTRICT SCHOOLS
 99-9151   DAVIS, JOSEPH H. V. FLORIDA
 99-9193   RENOIR, PIERRE A. V. ANGELONE, DIR., VA DOC
 99-9229   SARTORI, HELLFRIED E. V. VIRGINIA
 99-9260   STATON, KIM R. V. YUKINS, WARDEN
 99-9276   WILLIAMS, MICHAEL G. V. ZELLER, WARDEN, ET AL.
 99-9278   PON, WILLIAM, ET UX. V. SAN FRANCISCO, CA
 99-9283   BILLUPS, DERRICK V. PRUNTY, WARDEN, ET AL.
 99-9288   KUPLEN, JOHN E. V. FRANKLIN, RICHARD, ET AL.
 99-9289   KIRKENDALL, DONNA V. UNIV. OF CT HEALTH CENTER
 99-9301   JONES, STANLEY V. PA WORKERS' COMP. BD.
 99-9302   NAVA, AARON V. GARCIA, WARDEN, ET AL.
 99-9303   LaBRANCH, GARY W. V. CALIFORNIA
 99-9305   ALLISON, EDUARDO V. BRONSON, MS.
 99-9309   STOCKENAUER, GORDON L. V. KAPTURE, WARDEN, ET AL.
 99-9310   RISLEY, BILLY R. V. SCOTT, FORMER DIR., TX DCJ
 99-9311   JACKSON, RONALD V. NEW YORK, ET AL.
 99-9312   MERILATT, PHILIPP V. NEW MEXICO
 99-9313   WILLIAMS, WOODROW W. vs. CHOATE, SHERIFF, ET AL.
 99-9318   JACOBSEN-WAYNE, KILDEE V. KAM, CALVIN C., ET AL.
 99-9324   SANGSTER, ANN V. YUKINS, WARDEN
 99-9338   MAFFE, BRIAN A. V. SCOTT, WARDEN, ET AL.
 99-9340   SAVIOR, OLE V. HUMPHREY, HUBERT H., ET AL.
 99-9342   WALSH, JOHN E. V. CORCORAN, WARDEN, ET AL.
 99-9343   WARD, LeMARR A. V. TERRANGI, WARDEN
 99-9344   WILLIAMS, LIONELL E. V. NEWSWEEK, INC., ET AL.
 99-9352   KREPS, GENE A. V. PESINA, GREGORY J., ET AL.
 99-9353   MARCELLO, JAMES V. ME DEPT. OF HUMAN SERVICES
 99-9356   BAILEY, MAURICE E. V. FEDERAL BUREAU OF PRISONS
 99-9360   SHOMO, KARL V. NEW YORK
 99-9366   WALKER, DAMON F. V. GASPARINI, SHERIFF, ET AL.
 99-9387   BARRITT, ROBERT M. V. WEST VIRGINIA
 99-9401   SATTERWHITE JOHN T. V. JOHNSON, DIR., TX DCJ
 99-9408   WILLIAMS, WAYNE V. vs. CONROY, WARDEN
 99-9411   TAYLOR, BERNARD V. LARKINS, SUPT., DALLAS
 99-9413   COLON, NELSON M. V. ARTUZ, SUPT., GREEN HAVEN
 99-9464   JEMZURA, RAYMOND V. NY STATE DEPT. OF MOTOR VEH.
 99-9468   SHABAZZ, MICHAEL A. Z. vs. NEW YORK
 99-9474   TALFORD, SALLY V. SCARBERRY, KERMIT
 99-9502   BOYD, DENNIS M. V. DAVIS, CLERK, ETC.
 99-9533   PRICE, JOSEPH W. V. RYDER SYSTEM, INC., ET AL.
 99-9538   WATSON, TERESA V. SOUTHWESTERN BELL TELEPHONE
 99-9571   BEADLES, JOE HAVEN V. UNITED STATES
 99-9592   GONZALEZ, JACQUELINE V. WEST, SEC. OF VA, ET AL.
 99-9601   VEGA, STEVE V. ADULT PROB. DEPT., COOK CTY.
 99-9604   McKEE, DONALD V. FLORIDA
 99-9608   BOLTON, JACQUELINE V. UNITED STATES
 99-9622   MARTINEZ, ADALBERTO V. MASSACHUSETTS
 99-9631   BARBER, SCOTT M. V. MICHIGAN
 99-9632   CICCHINELLI, ROBERT V. PENNSYLVANIA
 99-9650   SALLEY, DAVID C. V. LUEBBERS, SUPT., POTOSI
 99-9651   PHILLIPS, JACK D. V. BUSH, GOV. OF FL
 99-9659   ANDREWS, GARY V. CAIN, WARDEN
 99-9667   ACKLIN, MARVIN A. V. NORRIS, DIR., AR DOC
 99-9675   PARSONS, KENNETH D. V. RYDER, SUPT., TOMOKA
 99-9682   PALMER, CHARLES V. UNITED STATES
 99-9687   BROCKMAN, WILLIAM T. V. SOUTH CAROLINA
 99-9692   MENDOZA-MARTINEZ, CESARIO V. UNITED STATES
 99-9696   OSWALD, JAMES H. V. WISCONSIN
 99-9709   ANDERSON, DENNIS E. V. OHIO
 99-9717   OAKLEY, JON C. V. UNITED STATES
 99-9718   OCHSNER, LARRY L. V. PRATT, WARDEN
 99-9726   SEIBEL, GLENN V. OHIO
 99-9730   GAONA-HERNANDEZ, FRANCISCO V. UNITED STATES
 99-9734   WATSON, ROBERT G. V. KONTEH, WARDEN
 99-9736   CAMPILLO-RESTREPO, IVAN V. UNITED STATES
 99-9749   WHITE, HARVEY L. V. OHIO
 99-9757   COSTA, BERNARDO O. V. MISSOURI
 99-9785   KIISTER, VICTOR S. V. UNITED STATES
 99-9787   CARMOUCHE, ANTHONY V. UNITED STATES
 99-9790   LIVINGSTON, MARCIA E. V. UNITED STATES
 99-9791   JOHNSON, JERRELL L. V. UNITED STATES
 99-9796   HUDSON, CHARLES V. UNITED STATES
 99-9803   PAGAN, MIGUEL V. UNITED STATES
 99-9805   WILLIAMS, MARCUS V. UNITED STATES
 99-9816   DAVIS, DANNY V. UNITED STATES
 99-9820   HEWLETT, WILLIAM V. LAPPIN, WARDEN
 99-9828   MARZETTE, JACQUELYN V. UNITED STATES
 99-9834   BEASLEY, ROBERT I. V. UNITED STATES
 99-9835   COKER, NATHANIEL V. UNITED STATES
 99-9838   HUGHES, WILLIAM R. V. UNITED STATES
 99-9839   FULLER, BRIAN A. V. UNITED STATES
 99-9846   SHURLAND, DAVID P. V. UNITED STATES
 99-9859   COOPER, ADRIAN L. V. UNITED STATES
 99-9860   BUGH, RICHARD V. OHIO
 99-9861   CARTER, RASHAWN V. UNITED STATES
 99-9883   WOOD, JEROME L. V. UNITED STATES
 99-9884   WILLIAMS, ELIJAH V. UNITED STATES
 99-9917   BURKET, RUSSEL W. V. ANGELONE, DIR., VA DOC

                    The petition for a writ of certiorari is denied.

 99-1584   CALIFORNIA V. JOHNSON, BRENT A.

                    The motion of respondent for leave to proceed in
               forma pauperis is granted. The petition for a writ of
               certiorari is denied.

 99-1691   BOULAHANIS, CHRIS, ET AL. V. BOARD OF REGENTS, IL ST.

                    The motion of Dennis Hastert, Speaker of the House,
               et al., for leave to file a brief as amici curiae is
               granted. The petition for a writ of certiorari is
               denied.

 99-1739 ) DALLAS-FORT WORTH INTL. AIRP V. DEPT. OF TRANSP., ET AL.
         )
 99-1745 ) AMERICAN AIRLINES, INC. V. DEPT. OF TRANSP., ET AL.

                    The motion of Airports Council International-North
               America for leave to file a brief as amicus curiae is
               granted. The petitions for writs of certiorari are
               denied.

 99-9268   ROCHON, RAYMOND V. LOUISIANA

                    The motion of petitioner for leave to proceed in
               forma pauperis is denied, and the petition for a writ of
               certiorari is dismissed. See Rule 39.8.

 99-9284   COTNER, ROBERT E. V. BOONE, WARDEN
 99-9306   COTNER, ROBERT E. V. COURT OF CRIM. APPEALS OF OK
 99-9374   COUSINO, PAUL W. V. KIEFER, JOHN B.
 99-9375   COUSINO, PAUL W. V. SUPREME COURT OF MI

                    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. As
               petitioners have repeatedly abused this Court's process,
               the Clerk is directed not to accept any further petitions
               in noncriminal matters from petitioners 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.


 HABEAS CORPUS DENIED

 99-9822   IN RE SCOTT A. HEIMERMANN
 99-9894   IN RE RUBEN JONES
 99-9974   IN RE NOE MANCILLAS

                    The petitions for writs of habeas corpus are
               denied.


 REHEARINGS DENIED

 99-1193   FRAZER, RAYMOND L. V. CALIFORNIA
 99-1475   STONIER, PAMELA, ET AL. V. DIGITAL EQUIPMENT CORP.
 99-1543   JOHNSON, DONALD E. V. JOHNSON, RICHARD G., ET AL.
 99-7470   LOFTON, JAMES E. V. JOHNSON, DIR., TX DCJ
 99-8153   FLOURNOY, RONALD V. MOSKOWITZ, JUDGE, USDC SD CA
 99-8210   GAINES, J. B. vs. DALLAS COUNTY, ET AL.
 99-8365   FIELDS, TONY M. V. JACKSON, ANNETTE
 99-8521   WATERS, TIMOTHY E. V. HESSON, WARDEN
 99-8526   BITTERMAN, STEPHAN A. V. HARDING, CHIEF JUSTICE
 99-8590   JACKSON, ROBERT D. V. LUEBBERS, SUPT., POTOSI
 99-8604   POWELL, BARRY J. V. TEXAS
 99-8649   DeCARO, RICHARD V. UNITED STATES
 99-8690   AYERS, JAMES A. V. MEMPHIS, TN, ET AL.
 99-8743   FLANAGAN, BRUCE V. ARNAIZ, HOWARD, ET AL.
 99-8806   YOUNG, LARRY A. V. SMEEKS, CORRECTIONAL OFFICER
 99-8926   DOUGHERTY, JAMES F. V. UNITED STATES
 99-8960   ATAMIAN, GABRIEL G. V. GORKIN, ROBERT A.
 99-9178   CONWAY, STEVEN A. V. GAMBLE, WARDEN

                    The petitions for rehearing are denied.


 RECESS ORDER

                    The Court will take a recess from today,
               until Monday, October 2, 2000.
 
 

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