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(ORDER LIST: 531 U.S.)

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 10, 200099-9107 BROWN, TONY 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).
00-5068 GUIDRY, EVER M. V. APFEL, COMM'R, SOCIAL SEC.
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 theFifth Circuit for further consideration in light of Simsv. Apfel, 530 U.S. ____ (2000).
00-5123 CLINTON, JOHNNY 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 theFifth Circuit for further consideration in light ofApprendi v. New Jersey, 530 U.S. ____ (2000).
00A202 CAHILL, BRET V. TEXAS WORKFORCE COMMISSION, ET AL.
The application for stay addressed to JusticeBreyer and referred to the Court is denied.
00M25 SKORNIAK, FRANK V. UNITED STATES00M26 DORSEY, MARVIN V. UNITED STATES
The motions to direct the Clerk to file petitionsfor writs of certiorari out-of-time are denied.
65, ORIG. TEXAS V. NEW MEXICO
The motion of the River Master for approval of feesand expenses is granted, and the River Master is awardeda total of $2,885.93 for the period April 1, 2000 June 30,2000, to be paid equally by the parties.
105, ORIG. KANSAS V. COLORADO
The Third Report of the Special Master is receivedand ordered filed. Exceptions to the Report, with supportingbriefs, may be filed within 45 days. Replies, if any, withsupporting briefs, may be filed within 30 days.
129, ORIG. VIRGINIA V. MARYLAND
The motion for appointment of a Special Master isgranted. It is ordered that Ralph I. Lancaster, Jr.,Esquire, of Portland, Maine, be appointed Special Masterin this case with authority to fix the time and conditionsfor the filing of additional pleadings and to directsubsequent proceedings, and with authority to summonwitnesses, issue subpoenas, and take such evidence as may beintroduced and such as he may deem it necessary to call for.The Special Master is directed to submit such Reports as hemay deem appropriate. The compensation of the SpecialMaster, the allowances to him, the compensation paid to hislegal, technical, stenographic, and clerical assistants, thecost of printing his Reports, and all other proper expenses,including travel expenses, shall be charged against and beborne by the parties in such proportion as the Court mayhereafter direct.
99-1571 TRAFFIX DEVICES, INC. V. MARKETING DISPLAYS, INC.
The motion of parties for leave to file Volume IIof the joint appendix under seal is granted.
00-62 CSU, L.L.C. V. XEROX CORPORATION
The Solicitor General is invited to file a brief inthis case expressing the views of the United States.
00-5560 COLLIER, MARTHA V. IL DEPT. OF HUMAN RIGHTS
00-5608 DAVIDIAN, GEOFFREY V. O'MARA, T. MICHAEL, ET AL.
00-5615 RAY, ALETHA V. HOUSTON COMMUNITY COLLEGE
00-5733 DO-NGUYEN, ADVOCATESS M. V. CLINTON, PRESIDENT, ET AL.
00-5964 WEAVER, JAMES J. V. SCHOOL BOARD OF LEON COUNTY
The motions of petitioners for leave to proceed informa pauperis are denied. Petitioners are allowed untilOctober 31, 2000, within which to pay the docketing feerequired by Rule 38(a) and to submit petitions incompliance with Rule 33.1 of the Rules of this Court.
99-1994 NEVADA, ET AL. V. HICKS, FLOYD, ET AL.
99-2036 GOOD NEWS CLUB, ET AL. V. MILFORD CENTRAL SCHOOL
99-2047 PALAZZOLO, ANTHONY V. RHODE ISLAND, ET AL.
00-191 FEC V. CO REPUBLICAN FED. CAMPAIGN
The petitions for writs of certiorari are granted.
99-1884 LACKAWANNA CTY. D. A., ET AL V. COSS, EDWARD R.
The motion of respondent for leave to proceed informa pauperis is granted. The petition for a writ ofcertiorari is granted.
99-2035 COOPER INDUSTRIES, INC. V. LEATHERMAN TOOL GROUP, INC.
The petition for a writ of certiorari is grantedlimited to the following question: "What is the standardof review of a trial court's ruling on a challenge to theconstitutionality of a punitive damage award?"
99-7791 ZADVYDAS, KESTUTIS V. UNDERDOWN, LYNNE, ET AL.
The motion of petitioner for leave to proceed informa pauperis and the petition for a writ of certiorariare granted. The case is consolidated with No. 00-38, Renov. Ma, and a total of one hour is allotted for oralargument.
00-38 RENO, ATTY. GEN., ET AL. V. MA, KIM H.
The motion of Washington Legal Foundation, et al., forleave to file a brief as amici curiae is granted. The motionof respondent for leave to proceed in forma pauperis isgranted. The petition for a writ of certiorari is granted.The case is consolidated with No. 99-7791, Z advydas v.Underdown, and a total of one hour is allotted for oralargument.
00-152 BRADSHAW, VICTORIA L. V. G & G FIRE SPRINKLERS, INC.
The motion of Port of Oakland, et al., for leave tofile a brief as amici curiae is granted. The petition for awrit of certiorari is granted.
99-1916 LANDRY, MICHAEL D. vs. FDIC
99-1932 SAUVAGE, PHILIPPE vs. INS
99-1952 ALABAMA, ET AL. vs. DEPT. OF ENERGY, ET AL.
99-1963 FLORIDA V. SHADLER, STANLEY
99-1975 CASEY, MICHAEL E. V. RHOADES, ROBERT E., ET AL.
99-1980 NextWAVE PERSONAL COMM. vs. FCC
99-1988 CONNECTICUT V. DONAHUE, JEFFREY L.
99-2037 WOODHAWK CLUB CONDO. OWNERS V. MAYFIELD HEIGHTS, OH, ET AL.
99-2068 COLLECTIBLES, INC., ETC. V. BROWN, LEONARD, ET AL.
99-2082 LECHUGA, SAMUEL V. PERRYMAN, BRIAN
99-6774 JOHNSON, LEVANDER V. UNITED STATES
99-9549 ARELLANO-BERUMAN, JUAN M. V. UNITED STATES
99-9553 MUNIZ-JUAREZ, JOSE A. V. UNITED STATES
99-9579 VILLARREAL-PALOS, JESUS H. V. UNITED STATES
99-9591 DURAN-GUEVARA, HECTOR V. V. UNITED STATES
99-9609 CHAIDEZ-ORANTES, JUAN M. V. UNITED STATES
99-9626 CAMPOS-DE SANTIAGO, JOSE S. V. UNITED STATES
99-9674 THOMPSON, TORRENCE K. V. MOORE, SEC., FL DOC, ET AL.
99-9747 MOODY, MARK V. UNITED STATES
99-9814 DUSENBERY, LARRY D. V. UNITED STATES
99-9890 JONES, CLAUDE H. V. JOHNSON, DIR., TX DCJ
99-9905 RIOS-QUINTERO, LUIS O. V. UNITED STATES
99-9973 MOATES, CHRISTOPHER P. V. UNITED STATES
99-10048 SOLIS, ANTONIO M. V. WYOMING
99-10098 PENA, MELVIN R. V. CALIFORNIA
00-28  ) L. B. SIMMONS ENERGY, ET AL. V. KOCH INDUSTRIES, INC., ET AL
00-175 ) KOCH, WILLIAM I., ET AL. V. KOCH INDUSTRIES, INC., ET AL
00-29 MARCUM, DONALD V. APFEL, COMM'R, SOCIAL SEC.
00-41 M. J. B. vs. V. C.
00-52 GOLD KIST INC., ET AL. V. HOOPER, JIMMY, ET AL.
00-66 MADRAY, CONNIE L., ET AL. V. PUBLIX SUPERMARKETS, INC.
00-67 MICHAELS, NORMAN, ETC. V. AVITECH, INC., ETC.
00-70 CAMPER, JACQUELINE E. V. FEDERAL EXPRESS CORP.
00-147 AKINS, JAMES C. V. MINNESOTA
00-163 TROY, CHERI V. PIERCE COUNTY, WA
00-165 JAMES, AYLEEN V. NEWSWEEK, INC.
00-166 McNASPY, ROBERT PAUL V. TEXAS
00-167 EMC CORPORATION V. BRAITSCH, JOAN H.
00-168 CHEMICAL & ALLIED, ETC. V. JAYS FOODS, L.L.C.
00-169 DAVIS, MARVIN V. FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT CO.
00-171 LAWRENCE, CAROL M. V. CURATORS OF THE UNIV. OF MO
00-173 LaFLAMME, STANLEY V. ESSEX JUNCTION SCHOOL DIST.
00-176 APEL, OTTO F., ET AL. V. CANARY, GABE
00-179 SOUTHEASTERN FERTILITY CEN. V. AETNA CASUALTY & SURETY CO.
00-181 WOOD, JAMES W. V. PRUDENTIAL INS. CO. OF AM.
00-190 FLICK, IRENE V. LIBERTY MUTUAL FIRE INS. CO.
00-205 JOHNSON, COMMR. OF REVENUE vs. J. C. PENNEY NATIONAL BANK
00-207 WASSON, SYLVIA J. V. SONOMA CTY. JUNIOR COLLEGE
00-208 DeGENNARO, CLAUDIA V. FURR, ROBERT C.
00-210 BERG, JEROME V. STATE BAR OF CALIFORNIA
00-212 SCHMITT INDUSTRIES, INC. V. BALANCE DYNAMICS CORP.
00-213 SPARKES, DOUGLAS V. BICYCLE CLUB CASINO, ET AL.
00-215 SUTTON, ROY F. V. SUTTON, RONALD W., ET AL.
00-217 LIEBER, SAMUEL L. V. CADDO LEVEE DISTRICT, ETC.
00-218 KLEIN, ALVIN, ET AL. vs. CA DEPT. OF ALCOHOLIC BEV.
00-223 BURNETT, JENNY V. TYCO CORP., GRINNELL CORP.
00-229 GNC FRANCHISING, INC. V. JONES, CHARLES B.
00-231 HANDICOMP, INC. vs. U. S. GOLF ASSN.
00-232 FELIS, KEN V. VERMONT
00-235 GIORDANO, DOM V. RIDGE, GOV. OF PA, ET AL.
00-240 LANE, JEFFREY, ET AL. V. HUGHES AIRCRAFT CO.
00-241 PERRY, LLOYD G. V. BARNARD, LINDA K., ET AL.
00-244 RUSSO, IRENE, ETC. V. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
00-250 SPRAGGINS-GULLY, DOROTHY V. CHICAGO SCHOOL REFORM BD.
00-251 KILGROE, JOHN F. V. PACIFIC MARITIME ASSN.
00-257 McDONALD, JESSIE D. V. TENNESSEE
00-266 AUSTIN, H. RICHARD V. HANOVER INS. CO., ET AL.
00-271 GENERAL DYNAMICS CORP. V. WILLIAMSON, PHILIP, ET AL.
00-272 LIVERMAN, ROGER V. HYDE, HENRY J., ET AL.
00-274 LOWRY, MARGRET V. McDONNELL-DOUGLAS CORP.
00-284 ALIKHANI, HOSSEIN V. UNITED STATES
00-290 WYSHAK, ROBERT H. V. STATE BAR OF CA
00-291 SMALL BUSINESS ASST. CORP. V. CLEAR CHANNEL BROADCASTING
00-293 VINSON, HARRY W., ET AL. vs. USDC ND MS
00-294 BONNER, LIONEL D. V. TEXAS
00-295 SIDDIQUI, SAADAT A. V. NORTHERN TELECOM, INC.
00-296 KALLEMBACH, LARRY D. V. BECHTOLT, STEVE, ETC.
00-300 SOLDIERS OF JESUS CHRIST V. LABOR AND IND. REVIEW COMM.
00-304 CAMMARANO, JOSEPH V. MOORE, SEC., FL DOC
00-311 SAUNDERS, CHARLES E. V. HASTERT, DENNIS, J. ET AL.
00-315 RATELLE, JOHN V. PROTOPAPPAS, TONY
00-319 SCHOTTLER, PATRICK J. V. WISCONSIN, ET AL.
00-321 WANG, TAO V. WILLIAM BEAUMONT HOSP.
00-332 HUGHLEY, BOBBY L. V. UNITED STATES
00-334 SOO LINE RAILROAD CO. V. WALKER, RICHARD
00-336 HICKMAN, MARVA L. V. BAESEL, LOUIS V., ET AL.
00-355 McCRANIE, PHILLIP V. UNITED STATES
00-363 SOLANO, RAYMUNDO C., ET AL. V. GULF KING 55, INC., ET AL.
00-369 LANIER, RANDY T. V. UNITED STATES
00-374 ABRAMS, ALVIN V. UNITED STATES
00-378 JOHNSON, JOHN R. V. UNITED STATES
00-397 GROUP DATA SERVICES, INC. V. LINTON, JOHN E., ET AL.
00-5053 EMERSON, DENNIS V. ILLINOIS
00-5084 MOORE, EDWARD A. V. ILLINOIS
00-5089 BELZEL, MICHAEL L. V. UNITED STATES
00-5113 PRESSLEY, MARCUS V. ALABAMA
00-5188 ANTHONY, DWAYNE V. UNITED STATES
00-5247 PAYNE, ROBERT C. V. SHUMAKE, LESLIE, ET AL.
00-5440 RHODES, SAMUEL R. V. VIRGINIA
00-5448 JACKAN, PATRICK V. NY STATE DEPT. OF LABOR
00-5451 JENNINGS, RUSSELL V. PRICE, WARDEN, ET AL.
00-5452 JONES, SAMUEL L. V. JOHNSON, DIR., TX DCJ
00-5456 WELLS, CARL V. ST. VINCENT'S HOSPITAL
00-5463 MAHONEY, RAYMOND H. V. SAUNDERS, LONNIE
00-5473 NEGRON, BENITO V. RAY, WARDEN, ET AL.
00-5474 REED, JOSEPH M. V. BENNETT, LARRY, ET AL.
00-5479 McKENZIE, RICHARD LEON V. HALL, SUPT., SANTIAM CORR.
00-5488 COLON, DANIEL V. ARTUZ, SUPT., GREEN HAVEN
00-5491 COTHRUM, RICHARD L. V. HARGETT, WARDEN
00-5492 DHORUBA, NATRONE V. MORTON, ADM'R, NJ, ET AL.
00-5493 PETERSON, WILLIAM E. V. FLORIDA
00-5494 SYVERTSON, CHARLES V. CONMY, JUDGE, ET AL.
00-5495 SMITH, CRAIG, ET AL. V. ILLINOIS
00-5496 ELLIS, ROBERT V. BAKER, MICHAEL, ET AL.
00-5500 CREGGETT, HARVEY G. V. FORD MOTOR COMPANY, ET AL.
00-5504 VASQUEZ, JUAN A. V. TEXAS
00-5515 JACKSON, KENNETH J. V. JONES, WARDEN, ET AL.
00-5517 MENILLO, PATRICK V. HOBBS, WARDEN
00-5520 ALFORD, RICKEY L. V. JET-EBONY MAGAZINE, ET AL.
00-5523 WILLIAMS, ULYSSES V. WATERS, WARDEN
00-5524 RODENBORN, JOHN V. NEWLAND, WARDEN
00-5531 THOMAS, ALBERT V. MILLER, ZELL
00-5533 FOWLER, MARK A. V. GIBSON, WARDEN
00-5539 STARKS, RONALD E. V. KAPTURE, WARDEN
00-5543 HEARTLEY, SEAN V. TERHUNE, DIR., CA DOC
00-5549 ONIFER, GEORGE F. V. TYSZKIEWICZ, WARDEN
00-5554 SAMRA, MICHAEL B. V. ALABAMA
00-5555 MAGEE, RUCHELL C. V. AYERS, WARDEN
00-5557 RAMOS, JOSE V. ARTUZ, SUPT., GREEN HAVEN
00-5558 STEWART, KENNETH W. V. ANGELONE, DIR., VA DOC
00-5559 STANDARD, LINDA V. YUKINS, WARDEN
00-5561 FREEMAN, LILLIAN V. BEXAR, ET AL.
00-5563 ABDUL-MATEEN, NA'IM A. vs. HOFBAUER, WARDEN
00-5570 WEAVER, JAMES J. V. SCHOOL BOARD OF LEON COUNTY
00-5571 BARRASCOUT, OSCAR R. V. HARRIS, WARDEN
00-5573 BROWN, GEORGE B. V. CAIN, WARDEN
00-5576 AL-HAKIM, MARZUQ V. BUTNER, CHAPLAIN, ET AL.
00-5577 ALCINDOR, GREGORY V. CAIN, WARDEN
00-5579 BRICE, MERVIN RAY V. CALIFORNIA
00-5580 HARRISON, JOHN B. V. PINELLAS CTY. COMM'RS
00-5583 HOOD, DENNIS V. SHAW, JAMIE, ET AL.
00-5593 JOHNSON, DWAYNE A. V. BURKE, WARDEN
00-5601 ALFORD, RICKEY V. EPIC RECORDS, ET AL.
00-5602 ALFORD, RICKEY V. ROSS, DIANA, ET AL.
00-5607 OGILVIE, JAN E. V. LEWIS, WARDEN, ET AL.
00-5618 DENMAN, KEVIN M. V. TESSMER, WARDEN
00-5621 WOOTTEN, STEPHEN V. vs. VERMONT
00-5623 MARTINEZ, ERNESTO S. V. ARIZONA
00-5625 HENDERSON, KENNATH A. V. TENNESSEE
00-5626 ANTHONY, PHILIP V. LOUISIANA
00-5628 CLAIBORNE, DENNIS G. V. ROE, WARDEN
00-5633 BANNISTER, STEVEN V. DEVILLE, RAYBURN, ET AL.
00-5652 CARRUTHERS, ANTHONY V. GEORGIA
00-5653 POWELL, PARIS L. V. OKLAHOMA
00-5661 HAYNES, BRENDA, ET VIR V. JOHNSON, JOHN A.
00-5667 KOGER, MICHAEL V. BOWEN, WARDEN
00-5669 SANDERS, ANTHONY R. V. JOHNSON, DIR., TX DCJ
00-5694 FLOURNOY, LARVICTOR V. JOHNSON, WARDEN, ET AL.
00-5695 HARMAN, DONALD A. V. TATE, WARDEN
00-5714 DANIELS, GARY E. V. CALLAHAN, CINDY, ET AL.
00-5717 JOHNSON, ERNEST V. MISSOURI
00-5718 MAYBERRY, JAMES L. V. MASCHER, WARDEN
00-5721 TORRES, LUIS V. IRVIN, SUPT., WENDE
00-5726 DINSIO, AMIL A. V. JOHNS, FRANK G., ET AL.
00-5732 EDMONDS, LUTHER C. V. CLARKSON, JUDGE, ETC.
00-5740 NELSON, JAMES K. V. UNITED STATES
00-5750 COCKROFT, STEVEN R. V. JOHNSON, DIR., TX DCJ
00-5753 DE LA CERDA, JOSE BLAS V. JOHNSON, DIR., TX DCJ
00-5770 HOUSTON, TYRONE V. GREINER, SUPT., SING SING
00-5798 STOREY, KENNETH V. TENNESSEE
00-5814 JACKSON, RONALD V. FRANK, DEPUTY SUPT. STATE
00-5816 RUIZ-ALVAREZ, MANUEL V. UNITED STATES
00-5831 ELDER, TODD D. V. BRIGANO, WARDEN
00-5835 MARROQUIN, FRANK V. UNITED STATES
00-5837 GRIFFIN, LARON V. UNITED STATES
00-5843 JONES, SHERMAN V. ROE, WARDEN, ET AL.
00-5845 TROBAUGH, CHARLES A. V. SAWYER, DIR., BOP, ET AL.
00-5853 ESTES, ANTHONY V. TEXAS
00-5857 SPENCE, FREDERICK N. V. HUSZ, JOHN, ET AL.
00-5861 HOUSER, BRUCE W. V. ARMSTRONG, BRUCE, ET AL.
00-5876 HARRISON, LAWRENCE M. V. DODRILL, WARDEN
00-5877 HAYNES, ERNEST L. V. APFEL, COMM'R, SOCIAL SEC.
00-5882 COUCH, THOMAS J. V. BOONE, WARDEN
00-5885 DEREYNA, OTIS J. V. LOUISIANA
00-5901 MEZER, GAZI IBRAHIM ABU V. UNITED STATES
00-5903 CALDERON, PEDRO S. V. DUGAN, MICHAEL
00-5908 PATTERSON, NECO TYRONE V. LAMARQUE, WARDEN
00-5913 CERTAIN, WILLIAM B. V. UNITED STATES
00-5914 CAPORASSO, COSMO T. V. FRENCH, WARDEN, ET AL.
00-5917 FOWLER, RAYMOND E. V. ANGELONE, DIR., VA DOC
00-5918 FOWLER, JOHN C. V. UNITED STATES
00-5925 MOON, BRANDON V. JOHNSON, DIR., TX DCJ
00-5928 ALLEN, ROBERT L. V. JOHNSON, DIR., TX DCJ
00-5933 CONINE, KIMBERLY V. FLORIDA
00-5951 RAMOS-MARTINEZ, ISMAEL V. UNITED STATES
00-5952 STILES, JAMES K. V. UNITED STATES
00-5959 NEVAREZ, ARMANDO S. V. NEVADA SUPREME COURT, ET AL.
00-5974 REAVES, REGINALD V. UNITED STATES
00-5981 POLLANI, JAMES A. V. UNITED STATES
00-5986 YOUNG, LARRY A. V. UNITED STATES
00-5987 LAHENS, RONALD V. UNITED STATES
00-5990 MILLER, CLIFFORD S. V. KEMNA, SUPT., ET AL.
00-5991 PIERSON, LORAN B. V. UNITED STATES
00-5994 MOORE, WILLIAM G. V. UNITED STATES
00-5995 FOX, BILLY R. V. WARD, WARDEN
00-6006 PFEIFERLING, CRAIG A. V. UNITED STATES
00-6008 SHEA, MICHAEL L. V. UNITED STATES
00-6012 VERDUZCO-MENDOZA, JOSE M. V. UNITED STATES
00-6014 ROUDEBUSH, DAVID V. MORGAN, WARDEN
00-6021 KING, YAZZIE V. UNITED STATES
00-6022 CHAVEZ-NUNEZ, JOSE A. V. UNITED STATES
00-6023 ESCOBEDO-ROMERO, JULIO V. UNITED STATES
00-6028 RANTIN, CHARLES V. UNITED STATES
00-6035 ALVAREZ-ROMAN, MIGUEL V. UNITED STATES
00-6039 DANIELS, GEORGE V. UNITED STATES
00-6043 TSE, STEPHEN V. GUNJA, WARDEN, ET AL.
00-6053 PEREZ-SUASO, FRANK V. UNITED STATES
00-6060 GONZALEZ, JASON V. UNITED STATES
00-6064 PROBEL, ERIC S. V. UNITED STATES
00-6071 EVANS, DANIEL D. V. UNITED STATES
00-6072 FUREDI, ALAN S. V. UNITED STATES
00-6075 WILSON, ANDRE T. V. UNITED STATES
00-6087 IBARRA-SANDOVAL, GUADALUPE V. UNITED STATES
00-6110 STRONG, WILLIAM V. WISCONSIN
00-6122 ALBANESE, NICHOLAS V. UNITED STATES
00-6135 GIBSON, CHARLES C. V. UNITED STATES
00-6148 ORANGE, KEITH L. V. UNITED STATES
The petitions for writs of certiorari are denied.
99-1976 GIBSON, WARDEN, ET AL. V. HOGAN, KENNETH
00-228 BAGLEY, WARDEN V. WHITE, FREDERICK
The motions of respondents for leave to proceed informa pauperis are granted. The petitions for writs ofcertiorari are denied.
00-197 TSU, JOSEPH, ET UX. V. VOS, JOHN A., ET AL.
The petition for a writ of certiorari is denied.Justice Breyer took no part in the consideration ordecision of this petition.
00-209 VOLKSWAGEN OF AMERICA, INC. V. SPERLING, BRUCE S., ET AL.
The motion of Product Liability Advisory Council,Inc., for leave to file a brief as amicus curiae isgranted. The petition for a writ of certiorari isdenied.
00-5521 ATRAQCHI, MICHAEL, ET UX. V. UNIV. OF DC, ET AL.
00-5598 RICHARDSON, WILLIAM L. V. BROAD LANE INC., CO.
The motions of petitioners for leave to proceed informa pauperis are denied, and the petitions for writs ofcertiorari are dismissed. See Rule 39.8.
00-5556 RAWLINS, DANIEL P. V. USCA 9
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.
00-5686 JACKSON, DAVID V. BOOKER, WALTER, ET AL.
The petition for a writ of certiorari beforejudgment is denied.
00-6041 IN RE LEWIS E. BROWN
00-6102 IN RE LEONARDO AVALOS
00-6211 IN RE GREGORY VEASEY
The petitions for writs of habeas corpus aredenied.
00-5498 IN RE VERONICA MEEKS
00-5550 IN RE ELTON RAY PARKER
00-5870 IN RE JERRY M. GROVER
The petitions for writs of mandamus are denied.
00-5609 IN RE SAMUEL BUNYAN DAVIS, JR.
The petition for a writ of prohibition is denied.
99-8422 MILLER, EDDIE J. V. DAVIS-MORRELL, WARDEN
99-8751 IN RE JIMMY HARRIS
99-9538 WATSON, TERESA V. SOUTHWESTERN BELL TELEPHONE
The petitions for rehearing are denied.
99-339 HOLLANDER, ARTHUR V. AMERICAN CYANAMID CO.
The motion for leave to file a secondpetition for rehearing is denied.
99-8339 RAJKOVIC, LJUBICA V. INS
The motion for leave to file a petition forrehearing is denied.
The Court will take a recess from Monday,October 16, 2000, until Monday, October 30, 2000.

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