US Supreme Court Orders



 
 (ORDER LIST: 528 U.S.)
 MONDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1999

 ORDERS IN PENDING CASES
   99M41     HALAS, EDWARD V. UNITED STATES
                      The motion to direct the Clerk to file a petition
                 for a writ of certiorari is denied.
   98-1109   SHALALA, SEC. OF H&HS, ET AL V. IL COUNCIL, LONG TERM CARE
                      The motion of respondent for leave to cite
                 additional authority in response to the reply brief of
                 the Solicitor General is denied.
   98-9828   OHLER, MARIA S. V. UNITED STATES
                      The motion for appointment of counsel is granted
                 and it is ordered that Benjamin L. Coleman, Esquire, of
                 San Diego, California, is appointed to serve as counsel
                 for the petitioner in this case.

 CERTIORARI GRANTED
   99-409    HARTFORD UNDERWRITERS INS. V. MAGNA BANK, N.A.
   99-536    REEVES, ROGER V. SANDERSON PLUMBING PRODUCTS
                      The petitions for writs of certiorari are granted.
   98-2060   EDWARDS, WARDEN V. CARPENTER, ROBERT W.
                      The motion of respondent for leave to proceed in
                 forma pauperis is granted. The petition for a writ of
                 certiorari is granted.

 CERTIORARI DENIED
   98-1964   JONES, GEORGE A. V. TEXAS
   98-9539   LAI, DAVID V. INT'L IMMUNOLOGY CORP.
   99-125    DE LA MATA, FRED, ET AL. V. UNITED STATES
   99-216    AMATI, CHARLES, ET AL. V. WOODSTOCK, IL, ET AL.
   99-218    LOPEZ-LUKIS, VICKI V. UNITED STATES
   99-326    AMALGAMATED TRANSIT UNION V. NIEHAUS, CARL EDWARD
   99-403    EARTHMAN, WILLIAM F. V. INGRAM, FREDERIC B.
   99-415    SNYDER, PETE V. UPJOHN CO.
   99-432    KARAGOUNIS, VASILIOS A. V. UNIV. OF TX HEALTH SCIENCE
   99-458    DON VICENTE MACIAS, INC. V. TX GULF TRAWLING CO., ET AL.
   99-460    SCHEFFLER, WILLIAM V. DOW JONES & CO.
   99-462    BLANCHE, ANDREW E., ET UX. V. UNITED STATES, ET AL.
   99-468    DIXON, LEOTA V. UNITED STATES
   99-487    STAGMAN, SANDER P. V. RYAN, JAMES, IL ATTY. GEN.
   99-491    TEJEDA, DANIEL V. TEXAS
   99-544    MELOF, FRED, ET AL. V. JAMES, FOB, ET AL.
   99-561    CHAVEZ-GALVAN, ENRIQUE V. UNITED STATES
   99-565    CARLTON, ALLEN B. V. HENDERSON, POSTMASTER GEN.
   99-566    KING, JAMES A. V. ANDERSON, JAMES
   99-567    WALLACE, JOHN BENJAMIN V. ALASKA
   99-568    EFRON, JENNIFER, ET AL. V. UNITED STATES, ET AL.
   99-590    IDA, JAMES V. UNITED STATES
   99-608    HASTINGS, WILLIAM H. V. UNITED STATES
   99-609    GARCIA, ELEUTERIO V. UNITED STATES
   99-621    O'BRIEN, CHARLES W., ET AL. V. UNITED STATES
   99-5098   HUNTER, OMAR V. PENNSYLVANIA
   99-5101   TAYLOR, ALVIN G. V. UNITED STATES
   99-5169   RENEAU, DANIEL E. V. TEXAS
   99-5171   OSBORNE, JOSEPH L. V. BOONE, WARDEN, ET AL.
   99-6008   SMITH, CHRISTOPHER V. UNITED STATES
   99-6102   VASQUEZ, PAUL L. V. NEAL, SUPT., CANON, ET AL.
   99-6105   WALKER, GARY A. V. EDMONDSON, ATT'Y GEN. OF OK
   99-6110   COPELAND, JIMMY D. V. PASTRANO, BUDDY
   99-6113   KARLS, JAMES F. V. HUDSON, WARDEN
   99-6163   SYSOUVONG, PANY T. V. MESCHNER, WARDEN
   99-6166   RAINEY, CHARLES T. V. NEW JERSEY
   99-6189 ) PARSEE, PIERRE V. UNITED STATES
           )
   99-6237 ) HARRISON, EVERETTE V. UNITED STATES
   99-6217   ROGERS, ERNEST A. V. KENTUCKY
   99-6219   STRINGER, RONALD V. OHIO
   99-6223   LYONS, BARNEY V. HENRY, WARDEN
   99-6228   ADUSUMILLI, INDIRA V. CHICAGO, IL
   99-6283   EADES, KENNETH V. KENTUCKY
   99-6286   AL-WAHHAB, YUSUF A. V. UNITED STATES, ET AL.
   99-6288   MURDOCK, MARK A. V. JAMES, SYLVIA A., ET AL.
   99-6292   CONLON, WILLIAM R. V. ARIZONA, ET AL.
   99-6344   SHED, GERALD G. V. JOHNSON, DIR., TS DOC
   99-6360   PORTER, KHALID L. V. UNITED STATES
   99-6373   FLINT, BILLY W. V. BOOKER, SUPT., ET AL.
   99-6395   PFEIL, ROGER D. V. WYOMING
   99-6405   BOHANNAN, MICHAEL W. V. JOHNSON, DIR., TX DCJ
   99-6426   AHMAD, MUKHTAR V. LAMANNA, WARDEN, ET AL.
   99-6448   SMITH, WILLIAM C. V. UNITED STATES
   99-6470   NELSON, TERRY V. BARBO, JAMES F., ET AL.
   99-6480   RAULERSON, DONALD E. V. UNITED STATES
   99-6482   SMITH, ROGER D. V. UNITED STATES
   99-6492   BELSER, OTIS V. UNITED STATES
   99-6494   CAVANO, STEPHEN X. V. UNITED STATES
   99-6497   WOLMARANS, JOHANN R. V. UNITED STATES
   99-6498   SEALED PETITIONER V. UNITED STATES
   99-6501   RIVERA-ROMERO, ANGEL M. V. UNITED STATES
   99-6505   PINO-NORIEGA, RODRIGO V. UNITED STATES
   99-6506   SMILEY, ARLUTHA W. V. UNITED STATES
   99-6508   LLAMAS, TAMARA V. UNITED STATES
   99-6509   LEE, JAMES V. UNITED STATES
   99-6529   MA, ANNA V. UNITED STATES
   99-6530   MULLIN, JASON W. V. UNITED STATES
   99-6536   WHITE, GAVIN R. V. UNITED STATES
   99-6542   LLOYD, BOBBY V. UNITED STATES
                      The petitions for writs of certiorari are denied.
   99-5258   STOJETZ, JOHN C. V. OHIO
                      The motion of petitioner strike the brief in opposition
                 is denied. The petition for a writ of certiorari is denied.
   99-6093   TYLER, IN RE MELVIN L.
                      The motion for leave to proceed in forma pauperis
                 is denied, and the petition for a writ of certiorari 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 Martin v.
                 District of Columbia Court of Appeals, 506 U.S. 1, 4
                 (1992) (STEVENS, J., dissenting), and cases cited.

 HABEAS CORPUS DENIED
   99-6578   IN RE JAMES EARL HINES
   99-6599   IN RE PARMOTO RICHARD PURVIS
                      The petitions for writs of habeas corpus are denied.

 MANDAMUS DENIED
   99-6088   IN RE MELVIN LEROY TYLER
                      The motion for leave to proceed in forma pauperis
                 is denied, and the petition for a writ of mandamus 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 Martin v.
                 District of Columbia Court of Appeals, 506 U.S. 1, 4
                 (1992) (STEVENS, J., dissenting), and cases cited.
   99-535    IN RE VICTORIO C. RIVERA
                      The petition for writ of mandamus and/or
                 prohibition is denied.

   99-6096   IN RE FELTON JAMES LEDET
                      The motion of petitioner for leave to proceed in
                 forma pauperis is denied, and the petition for a writ of
                 mandamus and/or prohibition is dismissed. See Rule 39.8.

 REHEARINGS DENIED
   98-1937   VEY, EILEEN V. RIDGE, GOVERNOR OF PA, ET AL
   98-8777   CHESTER, TEDDY V. LOUISIANA
   98-9336   McBROOM, GRACIE V. TECHNEGLAS, INC.
   98-9550   LOMAX, LESLIE V. BOWERSOX, SUPT., POTOSI
   98-9582   TERIO, VINCENT R. V. KURTZMAN & HASPEL, ET AL.
   98-9633   WASHINGTON, ALVIN V. USDC ND CA
   98-9715   BRAUN, CONRAD J. V. FLOWERS, WARDEN, ET AL.
   98-9889   KING, KELJER V. LOVE, K., ET AL.
   99-5026   WRONKE, KENNETH L. V. MADIGAN, SHERIFF
   99-5475   BANE, ROBERT A. V. MR. ROBINSON, ET AL.
                      The petitions for rehearing are denied.

 ATTORNEY DISCIPLINE
   D-2116    IN THE MATTER OF DISBARMENT OF MICHAEL CATO
                      Michael Cato, of Houston, Texas, 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-2117    IN THE MATTER OF DISBARMENT OF JOHN DANIEL BESSEY
                      John Daniel Bessey, of Sacramento, California, 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-2118    IN THE MATTER OF DISBARMENT OF DAVID EUGENE BROWN
                      David Eugene Brown, of Sacramento, California, 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-2119    IN THE MATTER OF DISBARMENT OF RICK S. CULLEN
                      Rick S. Cullen, of Tallahassee, Florida, 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-2120    IN THE MATTER OF DISBARMENT OF AARON GELBWAKS
                      Aaron Gelbwaks, of New York, New York, 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-2121    IN THE MATTER OF DISBARMENT OF ALAN LEWIS WECHSLER
                      Alan Lewis Wechsler, of New York, New York, 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.

                                RECESS ORDER
         The Court will take recess from Monday, November 15, 1999,
 until Monday, November 29, 1999.
 
 

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