US Supreme Court Orders


 
 (ORDER LIST: 528 U.S.)
 MONDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1999

 CERTIORARI -- SUMMARY DISPOSITION

 99-200    McCLURE ANN, ET AL. V. AMELKIN, STEPHEN, 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 Sixth Circuit for
               further consideration in light of Los Angeles Police
               Dept. v. United Reporting Publishing Corp., 528 U.S. ____
               (1999).

 ORDERS IN PENDING CASES

 99M47       THE HOU HAWAIIANS V. CAYETANO, GOV. OF HAWAII, ET AL.
                     The motion to direct the Clerk to file a petition
               for a writ of certiorari out-of-time is denied.
 99M48       SHEPPARD, BOBBY TERRELL V. OHIO
                      The motion for leave to proceed in forma pauperis
               without an affidavit of indigency executed by petitioner
               is granted.
 108, ORIG.    NEBRASKA V. WYOMING, ET AL.
                     The motion of the Special Master for compensation and
               reimbursement of expenses is granted, and the Special Master
               is awarded a total of $84,772.75 for the period June 1, 1999
               through December 1, 1999, to be paid as follows:  34% by
               Nebraska, 34% by Wyoming, 5% by Colorado, 24% by the United
               States, and 3% by Basin Electric Power Cooperative.
 98-1288   WILLOWBROOK, IL, ET AL. V. OLECH, GRACE
 98-1856   HILL, LEILA J., ET AL. V. COLORADO, ET AL.
                    The motions of the Solicitor General for leave to
               participate in oral argument as amicus curiae and for
               divided argument are granted.
 98-1993   FLORIDA vs. J. L.
                    The motion of petitioner to dispense with printing
               the joint appendix is granted.
 98-2060   EDWARDS, WARDEN V. CARPENTER, ROBERT W.
                    The motion for appointment of counsel is granted
               and it is ordered that J. Joseph Bodine, Jr., Esquire,
               of Columbus, Ohio, is appointed to serve as counsel for
               the respondent in this case.
 99-150    WAL-MART STORES, INC. V. SAMARA BROTHERS, INC.
                    The motion of the Solicitor General for leave to
               participate in oral argument as amicus curiae and for
               divided argument is granted. The motion of Payless
               ShoeSource, Inc., for leave to participate in oral
               argument as amicus curiae and for divided argument is
               denied.
 99-6433   WRIGHT, BETTY D. V. SOUTH DAKOTA
                    The motion of petitioner for reconsideration of
               order denying leave to proceed in forma pauperis is
               denied.


 CERTIORARI GRANTED

 99-5716   CARTER, FLOYD J. V. UNITED STATES
                    The motion of petitioner for leave to proceed in
               forma pauperis and the petition for a writ of certiorari
               are granted.

 CERTIORARI DENIED

 98-9676   F. B. vs. PENNSYLVANIA
 99-109    LONERGAN, JOHN F. V. UNITED STATES
 99-248    LOYD, JEFFREY, ET AL. vs. AL DOC, ET AL.
 99-412    LOUISVILLE COUNTRY CLUB V. WATTS, BEVERLY, ET AL.
 99-419    GA POWER CO. vs. NLRB, ET AL.
 99-446  ) HINDI, BASSAM, ET AL. V. TOSCO CORP., ET AL.
         )
 99-551  ) SIMMONS, CHARLES, ET AL. V. UNOCAL CORP., ET AL.
 99-461    WASH. METRO. AREA TRANSIT V. SWANKS, MICHAEL
 99-465  ) WESTMINSTER, CA, ET AL. V. HERR, DON, ET AL.
         )
 99-650  ) DAVIS, RENO & COURTNEY V. WESTMINSTER, CA, ET AL.
 99-532    SLICK, MARY JO, ET AL. V. McINTOSH, JOHN R.
 99-612    WYSONG LASER CO., ET AL. V. VIDIMOS, INC.
 99-615    PERINI CORP. V. NEW YORK CITY
 99-617    NEO GEN SCREENING, INC. V. NEW ENGLAND NEWBORN, ET AL.
 99-624    CORSINI, GERARD A. vs. U-HAUL INTL., INC., ET AL.
 99-625    JEWELL, MARY V. DALLAS INDEPEND. SCH. DIST.
 99-634    ANDERSON, BOBBY J. V. DALLAS AREA RAPID TRANSIT
 99-635    SEPE, JAYSON V. McDONNELL DOUGLAS CORP.
 99-639    CIRCLE INDUSTRIES USA, INC. V. PARKE CONSTRUCTION GRP., INC
 99-643    WAREHAM ED. ASSN., ET AL. vs. MA LABOR RELATIONS, ET AL.
 99-646    ROGAN, SHANNON V. EVANS, PAUL F.
 99-647    FONTENOT, JOHN P., ET AL. V. DUAL DRILLING CO., ET AL.
 99-648    McGLOTHLIN, WYSONGA V. CULLINGTON, JAMES R.
 99-660    McDUFFIE, ERNEST, ETC. V. JACKSONVILLE, FL
 99-661    WILLMAN, MERVIN SCOTT vs. MI DEPT. OF CORRS., ET AL.
 99-665    IN RE GEORGE MOTHERSHED
 99-691    HOCKADAY, SCOTTY D. V. ALABAMA
 99-744    PREMIER GAMES, INC., ET AL. V. LOUISIANA, ET AL.,
 99-758    WENC, ANTHONY S. V. CABLE NEWS NETWORK, ET AL.
 99-801    KAY, WILLIAM V. SMYSER, MAGISTRATE, ET AL.
 99-813    SANTOBELLO, RUDOLPH V. UNITED STATES
 99-814    ALLEN, COTA, ET AL. V. ENTERGY CORP., ET AL.
 99-835    STEWART, ALLEN W. V. UNITED STATES
 99-5385   QUINTANA-GARCIA, CARLOS V. UNITED STATES
 99-5873   HICKOX, FRANKLIN D., ET UX. vs. MLA, INC.
 99-5959   YOUNG, MUHAMMAD L. V. TEXAS
 99-6503   SMITH, CALVIN B. V. SOUTH CAROLINA
 99-6504   OCASIO, AURIO V. NEW YORK
 99-6507   PRAVDA, FRANK V. SARATOGA COUNTY, NY, ET AL.
 99-6519   PLANTE, JOAN P. V. SURPITSKI, CHARLES, ET AL.
 99-6520   PATTERSON, CECIL R. V. JOHNSON, DIR., TX DCJ
 99-6521   SNIPES, BEN A. V. FLORIDA
 99-6522   STEWART, CLYDE V. CAIN, WARDEN
 99-6528   LANTZ, WARREN D. V. ARCTIC ORION FISHERIES
 99-6538   GARDNER, ALICE, ET AL. V. NISSAN MOTOR ACCEPTANCE CORP
 99-6540   MOORE, ARTHUR L. vs. FL DOC
 99-6543   WILLIAMS, ROBERT V. CAIN, WARDEN
 99-6555   KIDWELL, DAVID R. V. SHAWNEE COUNTY BOARD, ETC.
 99-6557   LOPEZ, ROBERT L. V. CALIFORNIA
 99-6561   WELLS, LUANNA L. V. LAMSON & SESSIONS CO.
 99-6562   CLARK, LARRY E. V. LAND, GEORGE B., ET AL.
 99-6563   JIMENEZ, JESUS C. V. CALIFORNIA
 99-6564   MELTON, EARL W. V. VASQUEZ, WARDEN
 99-6565   JILES, WILLIAM T. V. SPARKMAN, WARDEN, ET AL.
 99-6658   BUBENCHIK, STEVEN V. OHIO
 99-6748   ROONEY, DENNIS V. KELLY, SUPT., ATTICA
 99-6767   THOMAS, JESSE M. V. KENTUCKY
 99-6804   HATCHER, LAWRENCE C. V. OFFICE OF COMPLIANCE
 99-6808   GENCO, JOSEPH V. UNITED STATES, ET AL.
 99-6819   MAXWELL, LLOYD G. V. UNITED STATES
 99-6834   O'DONNELL, RICHARD A. V. BRILL, WARDEN, ET AL.
 99-6850   JAMES, EARL A. V. UNITED STATES
 99-6866   CAMERON, ALEXANDER V. GARRAGHTY, WARDEN
 99-6874   SCHOMAKER, JOHN E. V. UNITED STATES
 99-6919   GERMOSEN, HECTOR B. V. UNITED STATES
 99-6920   ROGERS, JOSEPH P. V. MOORE, SEC., FL DOC, ET AL.
 99-6929 ) RODRIGUEZ-ESTUPINAN, CARLOS V. UNITED STATES
         )
 99-6931 ) MUNERA-URIBE, JORGE G. V. UNITED STATES
 99-6945   BERGER, RICHARD A. V. UNITED STATES
 99-6950   CARDENAS, JESUS V. UNITED STATES
 99-6960   TATUM, HENRY B. V. DORMIRE, SUPT., ET AL.
 99-6981   PASTRANA, JUNGLER V. UNITED STATES
 99-6983   OFORHA, PATSY V. UNITED STATES
 99-6989   MIXON, ORVIN L. V. UNITED STATES
 99-7007   BROWN, KEITH V. UNITED STATES
 99-7010   JACKSON, GORDON V. UNITED STATES
 99-7014   ANDERSON, RODNEY V. UNITED STATES
 99-7019   ZAPATA-ROBLES, JOSE D. V. UNITED STATES
 99-7026   DeWITT, DALE T. V. UNITED STATES
 99-7032   DUNMORE, TOMMY L. V. UNITED STATES
 99-7069   THOMAS, WINSTON V. UNITED STATES
                    The petitions for writs of certiorari are denied.
 99-422    SPIEGEL, MARSHALL V. PROBATE PROCEEDING
                    The motion of Concerned Illinois Lawyers and Law
               Professors for leave to file a brief as amicus curiae is
               granted. The petition for a writ of certiorari is
               denied.
 99-628    ANDREWS, CYNTHIA, ET VIR V. VT DEPT. OF ED., ET AL.
                    The motion of Christian Legal Society, et al. for
               leave to file a brief as amici curiae is granted. The
               petition for a writ of certiorari is denied.
 99-5546   SHISINDAY, SHOZDIJIJI V. TEXAS
                    The motion of petitioner to strike the brief in
               opposition is denied. The petition for a writ of
               certiorari is denied.
 99-6663   CUNNINGHAM, WILLIAM E. V. MORENO, RUBEN
                    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. 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

 99-6590   IN RE MARCUS L. BROWN
 99-7045   IN RE JAMES E. MANLEY
 99-7083   IN RE DAVID L. CAMPBELL
                    The petitions for writs of habeas corpus are
               denied.

 MANDAMUS DENIED

 99-721    IN RE DAVID LEON DURBIN, ET UX.
                    The petition for a writ of mandamus is denied.

 REHEARINGS DENIED

 98-9268   ALEXANDER, JOHN D. V. CATOE, DIR., SC DOC, ET AL.
 98-9570   NAGY, PAUL V. UNITED STATES
 98-9698   ROBINSON, CHARLES R. V. UNITED STATES
 99-355    WENZEL, SANDRA M. vs. IBM CORP.
 99-526    McCRAY, EMANUEL vs. NLRB
 99-5016   WOODS, ANTONIO C. V. UNITED STATES
 99-5081   McMANUS, CHARLES P. V. ANGELONE, DIR., VA DOC
 99-5230   STEDMAN, JOSEPH V. UNITED STATES
 99-5373   CHAMBERS, JAMES W. V. BOWERSOX, SUPT., POTOSI
 99-6010   FLANAGAN, BRUCE, ET UX. vs. ARNAIZ, HOWARD, ET AL.
 99-6078   WILBORN, JACKIE V. HARVARD, BEVERLY, ET AL.
                    The petitions for rehearing are denied.

 
 

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