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(ORDER LIST: 531 U.S.)

TUESDAY, JANUARY 16, 2001

99-1688 KLEVE, THOMAS C. V. HILL, WARDEN, ET AL.

The petition for a writ of certiorari is granted.The judgment is vacated and the case is remanded to theUnited States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit forfurther consideration in light of Fiore v. White, 531U.S. ____ (2001).

99-1693 WITZEL, WILLIAM C., ET AL. V. CIR

The petition for a writ of certiorari is granted.The judgment is vacated and the case is remanded to theUnited States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuitfor further consideration in light of Gitlitz v.Commissioner of Internal Revenue, 531 U.S. ____ (2001).

99-2008 HOUSTON, WARDEN V. KILPATRICK, JERRY J.

The petition for a writ of certiorari is granted.The judgment is vacated and the case is remanded to theUnited States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuitfor further consideration in light of Lopez v. Davis,531 U.S. ____ (2001).

99-8840 ROBINSON, ERVIN J. V. UNITED STATES

The motion of petitioner for leave to proceed informa pauperis and the petition for a writ of certiorariare granted. The judgment is vacated and the case isremanded to the United States Court of Appeals for theSeventh Circuit for further consideration in light ofGlover v. United States, 531 U.S. ____ (2001).

00-18 BOOKER, WARDEN V. WARD, JAMES, ET AL.

The motion of respondents for leave to proceed informa pauperis is granted. The petition for a writ ofcertiorari is granted. The judgment is vacated and thecase is remanded to the United States Court of Appealsfor the Tenth Circuit for further consideration in lightof Lopez v. Davis, 531 U.S. ____ (2000).

00-459 GAUDIANO, SALVADOR, ET AL. V. CIR

The petition for a writ of certiorari is granted.The judgment is vacated and the case is remanded to theUnited States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit forfurther consideration in light of Gitlitz v.Commissioner of Internal Revenue , 531 U.S. ____ (2001).

00-550 STEYSKAL, DANIEL V. UNITED STATES

The petition for a writ of certiorari is granted.The judgment is vacated and the case is remanded to theUnited States Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuitfor further consideration in light of Apprendi v. NewJersey, 530 U.S. ____ (2000).

00-5296 DORE, PASCAL V. UNITED STATES

The motion of petitioner for leave to proceed informa pauperis and the petition for a writ of certiorariare granted. The judgment is vacated and the case isremanded to the United States Court of Appeals for theEleventh Circuit for further consideration in light ofApprendi v. New Jersey, 530 U.S. ____ (2000).

00-6515 GRIFFITHS, WINSTON V. UNITED STATES

The motion of petitioner for leave to proceed informa pauperis and the petition for a writ of certiorariare granted. The judgment is vacated and the case isremanded to the United States Court of Appeals for theEleventh Circuit for further consideration in light ofApprendi v. New Jersey, 530 U.S. ____ (2000).

00-6520 COLE, RAWLE A., ET AL. V. UNITED STATES

The motion of petitioners for leave to proceed informa pauperis is granted. The petition for a writ ofcertiorari as to Rawle Anthony Cole is granted. Thejudgment is vacated and the case is remanded to theUnited States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuitfor further consideration in light of Apprendi v. NewJersey, 530 U.S. ____ (2000). The petition for a writ ofcertiorari as to Stacy Lature Hayden and Shanreca LashonCrawford is denied.

00-6571 PHILLIPS, WARREN V. UNITED STATES

The motion of petitioner for leave to proceed informa pauperis and the petition for a writ of certiorariare granted. The judgment is vacated and the case isremanded to the United States Court of Appeals for theEleventh Circuit for further consideration in light ofApprendi v. New Jersey, 530 U.S. ____ (2000).

00-6374 BECKER, DALE G. MONTGOMERY, ATTY. GEN. OF OHIO

The order granting the petition for a writof certiorari is amended to read as follows: Themotion of petitioner for leave to proceed in formapauperis is granted. The petition for a writ ofcertiorari is granted limited to the followingquestion: When a party files a timely notice ofappeal in district court, does the failure to signthe notice of appeal require the court of appealsto dismiss the appeal? Stewart A. Baker, Esquire,of Washington, D.C., is invited to brief and arguethis case, as amicus curiae, in support of thejudgment below.

00-6419 WHITEHEAD, DAVID L. V. PARAMOUNT PICTURES, ET AL.

The motion of petitioner for reconsideration oforder denying leave to proceed in forma pauperis isdenied.

00-6507 LECHE, EMMA JEAN G. V. TANOU, CHRMN, FDIC

The motion of petitioner for leave to proceed informa pauperis is denied. Petitioner is allowed untilFebruary 6, 2001, within which to pay the docketing feerequired by Rule 38(a) and to submit a petition incompliance with Rule 33.1 of the Rules of this Court.

99-1675 UNITED STATES V. FARLEY, HAROLD D., ET UX.
99-7558 WALKER, TIM V. DAVIS, WARDEN, ET AL.
99-10159) GAVIS, JOHN, ET AL. V. HOOD, WARDEN
99-10221) GRIER, KARLOS L., ET AL. V. HOOD, WARDEN
00-242 CIR V. PUGH, JAMES H., ET UX.
00-277 BROWN, JAMES H. V. UNITED STATES
00-381 BRIDGETON, MO vs. FAA, ET AL.
00-551 RUSSELL, OSWALD S. V. AMERICAN AIRLINES, ET AL.
00-571 HUCKABY, RICK, ET AL. V. PA GENERAL INSURANCE COMPANY
00-576 NORFOLK SHIPBUILDING, ETC. V. FAULK, THEODORE, ET AL.
00-586 WARE, RANDALL, ET AL. vs. HOUS. AUTH. OF KIOWA TRIBE
00-592 BENCI-WOODWARD, IVOR, ET AL. vs. CIR
00-594 WAYMIRE, JOSEPH J. V. NORFOLK AND WESTERN R. CO.
00-595 MAIER McILNAY & KERKMAN, LTD V. BODENSTEIN, IRA, ET AL.
00-643 GREEN, BRUCE W. ET AL. vs. PLANO, TX, ET AL.
00-742 D'ELEGANCE MANAGEMENT LTD. vs. S & D LAND CLEARING, ET AL.
00-747 ALSAEED, IBRAHIM V. THORPE, MICHELLE
00-749 ALFAIR DEVELOPMENT, ET AL. V. JACKSONVILLE, FL, ET AL.
00-755 SAN FRANCISCO BASEBALL V. MONEGRO, YAN C., ET AL.
00-761 INDIANAPOLIS BAPTIST TEMPLE V. UNITED STATES
00-765 VINSON, HARRY W., ET AL. V. COLOM, DOROTHY, ET AL.
00-779 STEWART, TERRY, ET AL. V. POLSTON, KEVIN D.
00-780 BOERSIG, RANDALL V. UNION ELEC. CO., ET AL.
00-783 PITT NEWS V. FISHER, D. MICHAEL, ET AL.
00-785 HABR, STAN V. WORLD SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOC.
00-786 GATENA, KIM V. CTY. OF ORANGE
00-791 BASTROP CTY., TX V. JANES, BOBBY J.
00-796 BOON INSURANCE AGENCY V. AMERICAN AIRLINES, ET AL.
00-803 MEDLOCK, JOHN W. V. WOOD, TANA
00-804 OSBORNE, JEANETTE, ETC. V. CAMBRIDGE TOWNSHIP, PA
00-806 VADIE, AHMAD A. V. MISSISSIPPI STATE UNIVERSITY
00-823 OGATA, AIKO, ET VIR V. J. G. CONSTRUCTION CO., INC.
00-867 CLARK, CLARA V. SLATER, SEC. OF TRANSP.
00-898 HASKINS, ROBERT L. V. PRUDENTIAL INSURANCE
00-905 ALBERS, MARK C., ET AL. V. UNITED STATES
00-922 BARROW, TOMMY J. V. UNITED STATES
00-926 GARDNER, BRUCE E. V. UNITED STATES
00-935 CONTE, MICHAEL A. V. UNITED STATES
00-954 JOHNSON, HARRY D. V. TENNESSEE
00-956 GEALER, GARY V. UNITED STATES, ET AL.
00-970 LORENZO-PEREZ, TOMAS V. UNITED STATES
00-6137 HART, J. FRED V. UNITED STATES
00-6264 MALDONADO-RAMIREZ, OSCAR V. UNITED STATES
00-6400 LEAR, TUHRAN A. V. COWAN, WARDEN
00-6486 MYNARCIK, BEVERLY J. V. UNITED STATES
00-6522 BYRNE, CHARLES F. V. UNITED STATES
00-6544 CEPERO, ANGEL V. UNITED STATES
00-6639 KUENZEL, WILLIAM E. V. ALABAMA
00-6800 CHANDLER, ELAINE V. RAYTHEON EMPLOYEES
00-6911 HYDE, JOHNNY W. V. NORTH CAROLINA
00-6983 TRICE, GEORGE W. V. MOORE, SEC., FL DOC, ET AL.
00-6987 ALI, KASIM E. V. MOORE, SEC., FL DOC
00-6993 LAZARD, KIP V. EAST LA STATE HOSPITAL
00-7003 PICO, ROBERT D. V. CALIFORNIA
00-7008 O'NEAL, FRED V. JOHNSON, DIR., TX DCJ
00-7009 NORELLI, RENNIE A. V. CLARKE, WARDEN
00-7019 SMITH, KENNY V. CALIFORNIA
00-7026 KIRKNER, THOMAS M. V. WILSON, HARRY E., ET AL.
00-7029 BAILEY, KEVIN V. ARTUZ, SUPT., GREEN HAVEN
00-7034 ZAWAADI, RASHIDA V. YUKINS, WARDEN
00-7042 HAYES, JERRY V. MOUNTAIN COMPREHENSIVE CARE
00-7052 LOHEAC, HELEN V. POOLE, WARDEN
00-7055 WARE, DARRIS A. V. MARYLAND
00-7056 PARROTT, RUDOLPH V. CALIFORNIA
00-7057 YOUNG, MICHAEL V. SAGER, ROBERT, ET AL.
00-7065 JEFFRIES, JAMES V. GEORGIA
00-7074 RUFFIN, LADJI A. V. CHAPMAN, WARDEN
00-7079 SPENCER, HERMAN V. SENKOWSKI, SUPT., CLINTON
00-7081 PRIDE, EARL D. V. WARD, SUPT., AVON PARK
00-7083 LaBOY, PLACIDO V. SNYDER, DIR., IL DOC, ET AL.
00-7086 VICTORY, MICHAEL A. V. CALIFORNIA
00-7087 WALKER, JOHN E. V. TERHUNE, DIR., CA DOC
00-7088 WRIGHT, CHALMUS V. DEES, WARDEN, ET AL.
00-7091 CLARK, PAUL V. STINSON, SUPT., GREAT MEADOW
00-7094 PAREDES, EFREN V. JOHNSON, WARDEN, ET AL.
00-7099 MILLER, DONNA L. V. LoJAC ENTERPRISES, INC.
00-7104 ROMINE, STEVEN C. V. NEVADA
00-7107 BARAHL, KARRIE K. V. YUKINS, WARDEN
00-7112 PADILLA, DAVID V. DORSEY, WARDEN, ET AL.
00-7118 WATLEY, DONALD R. V. JOHNSON, DIR., TX DCJ
00-7120 WILKINS, CHARLES D. V. FRIES, DENNIS, ET AL.
00-7122 POWELL, TYRONE V. CAREY, WARDEN
00-7130 VASQUEZ, JUAN M. V. WILLIAMS, WARDEN, ET AL.
00-7232 GEORGE, NOLAN B. V. HAWAII, ET AL.
00-7261 ZAMARRIPA, ANTONIO V. BUSALAKI, MICHAEL, ET AL.
00-7283 CHILDS, WAYNE L. V. DANZIG, SEC. OF THE NAVY
00-7314 GANGALE, ANTONIO C. V. UNITED STATES
00-7358 HARRIS, KEITH V. NEW MEXICO
00-7369 EDGAR, JAMES T. V. LUEBBERS, SUPT., ET AL.
00-7380 ENGLISH, DERRICK V. OHIO
00-7386 TRAN, QUANG L. V. KONTEH, WARDEN
00-7414 HENSON, GEORGE V. BROMFIELD, BARBARA, ET AL.
00-7421 HARVEY, STEVE V. ROTH, THOMAS
00-7432 REYES-PLATERO, JOSE A. V. UNITED STATES
00-7488 BLAKENEY, ROGER M. V. NORTH CAROLINA

The petitions for writs of certiorari are denied.

00-776 MORGAN STANLEY DEAN WITTER V. ROSKIND, JAMES

The petition for a writ of certiorari is denied.Justice O'Connor took no part in the consideration ordecision of this petition.

00-831 MAY, JON V. HARRIS, SEC. OF STATE OF FL

The petition for a writ of certiorari beforejudgment is denied.

00-7022 ALFORD, RICKEY L. vs. USDC CD CA

The petition for a writ of certiorari is denied.The Chief Justice took no part in the consideration ordecision of this petition.

00-7126 AMIRI, ABDUL W. V. SAFEWAY, INC.

The motion of petitioner for leave to proceed informa pauperis is denied, and the petition for a writ ofcertiorari is dismissed. See Rule 39.8. As thepetitioner has repeatedly abused this Court's process,the Clerk is directed not to accept any furtherpetitions in noncriminal matters from petitioner unlessthe docketing fee required by Rule 38(a) is paid and thepetition is submitted in compliance with Rule 33.1. SeeMartin v. District of Columbia Court of Appeals , 506U.S. 1 (1992) ( per curiam). Justice Stevens dissents.See id., at 4, and cases cited therein.

00-7568 IN RE PHILLIP WIMBISH
00-7585 IN RE CHESTER SCHIMBERG
00-7595 IN RE JACK DEMPSEY PHILLIPS

The petitions for writs of habeas corpus aredenied.

00-6984 IN RE RICHARD LEE COTHRUM
00-6999 IN RE DALTON LOYD WILLIAMS
00-7041 IN RE E. FRANK CORNELIUS
00-7078 IN RE JEAN ALLEN ROUX

The petitions for writs of mandamus are denied.

00-6974 IN RE JAMES D. MACIEL

The motion of petitioner for leave to proceed informa pauperis is denied, and the petition for a writ ofmandamus and/or prohibition is dismissed. See Rule 39.8.As the petitioner has repeatedly abused this Court'sprocess, the Clerk is directed not to accept any furtherpetitions in noncriminal matters from petitioner unlessthe docketing fee required by Rule 38(a) is paid and thepetition is submitted in compliance with Rule 33.1. SeeMartin v. District of Columbia Court of Appeals , 506U.S. 1 (1992) ( per curiam). Justice Stevens dissents.See id., at 4, and cases cited therein.

99-9995 RIVERA, JUAN B. V. GREENE, JUSTIN L.
99-10273 ANDERSON, ROLAND C. vs. GMC
00-244 RUSSO, IRENE, ETC. V. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
00-313 ADKINS, MICHAEL, ET UX. V. UNCLE BART'S INC., ET AL.
00-368 KISSI, DAVID A. V. SMALL BUSINESS ADMIN., ET AL.
00-5468 IN RE ANDREW STEPHENS
00-6031 BURNS-BEY, MICHAEL D. V. COMMR., MN DEPT. OF CORRS.
00-6094 RICHARDS, MARK E. V. ANGELONE, DIR., VA DOC
00-6146 SAMPSON, CARLOTTA J. V. CITIBANK F.S.B., ET AL.
00-6183 WHITE, HERMAN V. PORTER, JANICE
00-6281 WALLACE, HENRY L. V. NORTH CAROLINA
00-6323 MALEKZADEH, DARREN V. TEXAS TECH UNIV., ET AL.
00-6423 JONES, FORREST L. V. HUBBARD, WARDEN
00-6618 JOHNSON, DONALD R. V. KEMNA, SUPT., CROSSROADS
00-6825 LANGWORTHY, JOHN A. V. MARYLAND

The petitions for rehearing are denied.

D-2205 IN THE MATTER OF WILLIAM ERWIN FREDENBERGER, JR.

William Erwin Fredenberger, Jr., of Stafford,Virginia, having requested to resign as a member of theBar of this Court, it is ordered that his name bestricken from the roll of attorneys admitted to thepractice of law before this Court. The Rule to ShowCause, issued on October 30, 2000, is discharged.

D-2210 IN THE MATTER OF DISBARMENT OF THOMAS M. SIMMONS

Thomas M. Simmons, of Boston, Massachusetts, havingbeen suspended from the practice of law in this Court byorder of November 6, 2000; and a rule having been issuedand served upon him requiring him to show cause why heshould not be disbarred; and the time to file a responsehaving expired;

It is ordered that Thomas M. Simmons is disbarredfrom the practice of law in this Court.

D-2231 IN THE MATTER OF DISBARMENT OF TIMOTHY B. McFLYNN

Timothy B. McFlynn, of Aspen, Colorado, issuspended from the practice of law in this Court and arule will issue, returnable within 40 days, requiringhim to show cause why he should not be disbarred fromthe practice of law in this Court.

The Court will take a recess from Monday,January 22, 2001, until Tuesday, February 20, 2001.

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