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(ORDER LIST: 531 U.S.)MONDAY, OCTOBER 16, 200099-2062 ALEXANDER, CLIFFORD, ET AL. V. MINETA, SEC. OF COMMERCE

The judgment is affirmed. Justice Stevens wouldnote probable jurisdiction and set the case for oralargument.
00-97 ADAMS, LOIS E., ET AL. V. CLINTON, PRES., ET AL.
The judgment is affirmed. Justice Stevens woulddismiss the appeal.
99-9743 GARROTT, ROYCE L. 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 ofSlack v. McDaniel, 529 U.S. ____ (2000).
99-10024 HESTER, SAMUEL 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 theEleventh Circuit for further consideration in light ofApprendi v. New Jersey, 530 U.S. ____ (2000).
00-5198 SMITH, ANTHONY A. 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 ofApprendi v. New Jersey, 530 U.S. ____ (2000).
00M27 BAKER, MITCHELL A. V. JOHNSON, DIR., TX DCJ
00M28 McGLONE, MARTIN J. V. OUTGAMIE COUNTY, WI
The motions to direct the Clerk to file petitionsfor writs of certiorari out-of-time are denied.
128, ORIG. ALASKA V. UNITED STATES
It is ordered that Gregory E. Maggs, Esquire, ofWashington, D.C., be appointed as Special Master in thiscase with authority to fix the time and conditions for thefiling of additional pleadings and to direct subsequentproceedings, and with authority to summon witnesses, issuesubpoenas, and take such evidence as may be introducedand such as he may deem it necessary to call for. TheSpecial Master is directed to submit such Reports as he maydeem appropriate. The compensation of the Special Master,the allowances to him, the compensation paid to his legal,technical, stenographic, and clerical assistants, the costof 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.
131, ORIG. SE INTERSTATE LOW-LEVEL RADIOACTIVE WASTE V. NORTH CAROLINA
The Solicitor General is invited to file a brief inin this case expressing the view of the United States.
99-1257 BROWNER, EPA ADMINR. V. AM. TRUCKING ASSNS., ET AL.
The motion of respondents Ohio, et al. for dividedargument is granted.
99-1379 CIRCUIT CITY STORES, INC. V. ADAMS, SAINT CLAIR
The motion of the Solicitor General to participatein oral argument as amicus curiae and for dividedargument is denied.
99-1529 EGELHOFF, DONNA R. V. EGELHOFF, SAMANTHA, ET AL.
The motion of the Solicitor General for leave toparticipate in oral argument as amicus curiae and fordivided argument is granted.
00-249 ARCO, ET AL. V. UNION OIL CO. OF CA
The Solicitor General is invited to file a brief inthis case expressing the views of the United States.
00-203 UNITED STATES V. CLEVELAND INDIANS BASEBALL
The petition for a writ of certiorari is granted.
99-1978 UNITED STATES V. HATTER, JUDGE, ET AL.
The petition for a writ of certiorari is granted.Justice Stevens and Justice O'Connor took no part in theconsideration or decision of this petition.
99-9003 HARRISON, STEVE A. V. UNITED STATES
99-9614 WARD, MATTHEW V. MOORE, SEC., FL DOC
99-9627 COOK, HUGH R. V. MISSOURI
99-9712 JOSEPH, ISNY V. UNITED STATES
99-9840 HOOD, GEORGE O. V. UNITED STATES
99-10028 MARSHALL, GEORGE T. V. UNITED STATES
99-10054 MANN, PHILLIP E. V. UNITED STATES
00-61 T.E.G./L.V.I. ENVTL. SERV. vs. NLRB
00-93 INT'L UNION, LOCAL UNION 12 V. CalMAT CO, ET AL.
00-219 CONCHO RESIDENTIAL SERVICE V. MHMR SERVICES FOR CONCHO
00-226 BONDS, MICHAEL V. MILWAUKEE COUNTY, WI, ET AL.
00-252 EXXON MOBIL CORPORATION V. KELLOGG COMPANY
00-254 SUNDQUIST, GOV. OF TN, ET AL vs. RURAL WEST TN AFRICAN-AMER.
00-255 TRAN, TUAN V. vs. LINDSEY, WARDEN
00-264 LEVINE, LEONARD S. V. HAUPPAUGE PUB. SCHOOLS
00-267 ASHLEY, BARBARA V. BLUE CROSS & BLUE SHIELD
00-269 THRIFT, PATRICK A. V. THRIFT, PAMELA K., ET AL.
00-273 MacDONALD, JAMES P., ET UX. V. PLEMPEL, CHRISTOPHER A.
00-275 LARA, JOSE G., ET AL. vs. CINEMARK USA, INC.
00-280 ALIKHANI, HOSSEIN, ET AL. V. UNITED TECH. CORP., ET AL.
00-308 VINSON, HARRY V. MS REAL ESTATE APPRAISAL BD.
00-324 AZIZ, ABDUL V. RAMBO, SYLVIA, ETC.
00-340 WHITE, DAVID A. V. REGENTS OF THE UNIV. OF CA
00-350 LI, MING-CHIANG V. MONTGOMERY, JOHN A., ET AL.
00-351 LI, MING-CHIANG V. DANZIG, SEC. OF THE NAVY
00-357 REYNOLDS, JOHN L. V. NEW YORK
00-385 STUBER, J. SCOTT V. KANSAS
00-388 FOKKER SERVICES B. V. vs. NORTHROP GRUMMAN CORP.
00-410 HENSON, DONALD M. V. UNITED STATES
00-414 WILSON, ROBERT V. UNITED STATES
00-435 OSPINA, HERNANDO V. UNITED STATES
00-439 AQUINO, NILVIO V. UNITED STATES
00-5006 MURRAY, WILLIAM A. V. TEXAS
00-5067 HUNT, DARRYL E. V. McDADE, SUPT., HARNETT
00-5226 ETHERIDGE, GARY W. V. JOHNSON, DIR., TX DCJ
00-5597 REYNA, SAMUEL R. V. STEWART, PAUL, ET AL.
00-5611 RICHARDSON, MARK A. V. STALDER, RICHARD L., ET AL.
00-5612 RODRIGUEZ, NELSON V. IRVIN, SUPT., WENDE CORR.
00-5629 PATTERSON, ERNEST V. NEW YORK
00-5632 HOFFMAN, JESSIE D. V. LOUISIANA
00-5635 HUGHEY, JOHN K. V. SOUTH CAROLINA
00-5636 HARRIS, TIERNEY D. V. SUPER. CT. OF LA COUNTY
00-5640 SMITH, EDDIE L. V. SIKES, WARDEN
00-5643 FELS, ALEXANDER A. V. IRETON, MICHAEL K., ET AL.
00-5647 FREEMAN, WILLIE V. PAGE, WARDEN
00-5649 RETZLAFF, THOMAS V. TEXAS DEPT. OF PROTECTIVE
00-5658 GODDARD, CALVIN L. vs. KY DOC, ET AL.
00-5659 ELLIOTT, ROOSEVELT L. V. BRIGANO, WARDEN
00-5660 GREEN, CLOVIS C. V. SUTHERS, DIR., CO DOC
00-5662 GLAZE, HERBERT E. V. SANDERS, WARDEN, ET AL.
00-5664 IN RE SAMUEL Q. BONNER
00-5665 NONAHAL, BEHNAZ V. MARQUETTE UNIVERSITY, ET AL.
00-5670 STRAUGHTER, CHARLES V. UNITED STATES
00-5671 SAKARIAS, PETER V. CALIFORNIA
00-5674 WASH, WILLIE V. ROUT, JIM, ET AL.
00-5675 McCORMICK, MICHAEL V. TEXAS
00-5678 WALSH, WILLIAM G. V. GLASS, SHERIFF, ET AL.
00-5680 ESTRADA, ROBERT R. V. ROWLAND, JAMES R., ET AL.
00-5681 BEY, JAMAL V. KEATING, GOV. OF OK, ET AL.
00-5684 HOOD, ALAN A. V. FLORIDA
00-5687 THOMAS, BARRY E. V. ANGELONE, DIR., VA DOC
00-5688 CAMERON, LUIS O. V. USDC PUERTO RICO
00-5689 HYNARD, PAUL V. NEW YORK CITY, ET AL.
00-5692 FIELDS, BERNARD V. MACOMB CTY., ET AL.
00-5697 DOWDELL, LOUIE V. JOHNSON, WARDEN, ET AL.
00-5699 GARZA, RAUL H. V. TEXAS
00-5702 FRANSAW, CLIFTON V. JOHNSON, DIR., TX DCJ
00-5704 GRAHAM, COREY V. PENNSYLVANIA
00-5706 FENNELL, ANTHONY J. V. MULLER, SUPT., SAMPSON
00-5708 FOXWORTH, FLETCHER V. CALIFORNIA
00-5709 GANIOUS, DECEDRICK S. V. TEXAS
00-5710 CHAMPION, MICHAEL V. RIVERS, WARDEN
00-5712 CRANE, DAVID V. ILLINOIS
00-5716 HAMILTON, PAUL C. V. GARCIA, WARDEN, ET AL.
00-5724 CARMICHAEL, KARLOS A. V. WITHROW, WARDEN
00-5727 CARTER, ROOSEVELT V. JOHNSON, DIR., TX DCJ
00-5728 MIKOLAITIS, JAMES A. V. JOHNSON, DIR., TX DCJ
00-5731 BROWN, EDWARD L. V. MOORE, SEC., FL DOC
00-5736 SHIPMAN, RICHARD V. GEORGIA
00-5739 JOHNSON, KENNETH V. CAIN, WARDEN
00-5743 PHILPOT, ERIK B. V. MOORE, SEC., FL DOC
00-5745 DOTSON, ALBERT C. V. DOW, STEVEN J.
00-5749 WISHNEFSKY, BRUCE L. V. PENNSYLVANIA
00-5752 CARLSON, DONALD K. V. PITCHER, WARDEN
00-5754 BROWN, GREGORY V. LOUISIANA
00-5757 MOODY, HERMAN L. V. ANGELONE, DIR., VA DOC
00-5761 WILLIAMS, MICHAEL D. V. DORMIRE, SUPT., JEFFERSON
00-5763 WILLIAMS, RICHARD V. MOORE, SEC., FL DOC
00-5766 INMAN, REBECCA L. V. GALLESE, WILLIAM F.
00-5768 GUNZL, ANTHONY V. NEW CASTLE CTY., ET AL.
00-5769 POTEETE, JEFFERY LYNN V. JOHNSON, DIR., TX DCJ
00-5771 FIELDS, BERNARD V. GUNDY, WARDEN
00-5772 HENRIQUEZ, LIBRUN J. V. LUGO, EUGENIO, ET AL.
00-5773 MORGAN, MICHAEL V. CALIFORNIA
00-5775 SIMS, JOHN E. V. MOORE, SEC., FL DOC
00-5776 CORDER, ROGER L. V. PITCHER, WARDEN
00-5777 ENNIS, RANDALL L. V. CALIFORNIA
00-5780 CLEFF, H. DENNY V. BROYLES, WARDEN
00-5802 SAILLE, MANUEL D. V. CLARKE, WARDEN
00-5822 DIGGS, MARCUS V. MASSACHUSETTS
00-5846 TURNER, CHARLES E. V. NEWLAND, WARDEN, ET AL.
00-5850 NANCE, MICHAEL W. V. GEORGIA
00-5892 KOYNOK, GEORGE L. V. FIRST UNION MANAGEMENT
00-5911 DUNCAN, WENDELL A. V. BOOKER, SUPT., MS PEN.
00-5953 SHERIDAN, FRANCIS X. V. DEPT. OF H&HS
00-5962 SHARP, SCOTT L. V. UNITED STATES
00-5972 PIMENTEL, FRANCISCO J. V. DUNCAN, WARDEN, ET AL.
00-5975 STINER, HENRY A. V. WeedEATER, POULAN
00-5979 HERNANDEZ-RAMIREZ, PEDRO V. UNITED STATES
00-5988 LASKO, LOUIS V. CALIFORNIA
00-5993 WOODS, MARVIN V. VARNER, SUPT., DALLAS
00-6015 ANTONIO-RODRIGUEZ, MARCO V. UNITED STATES
00-6018 LEGER, PAUL V. UNITED STATES
00-6030 SMITH, DONALD R. V. UNITED STATES
00-6032 SMITH, GERALD J. V. McCULLOUGH, SUPT., ET AL.
00-6052 LARA-HERNANDEZ, ALFREDO V. UNITED STATES
00-6055 FRANKLIN, JOSEPH P. V. MISSOURI
00-6058 NELSON, SAFIALLAH M. V. UNITED STATES
00-6059 GALLAGHER, ANTHONY V. UNITED STATES
00-6063 HOBBS, ISAAC V. KENTUCKY
00-6066 FUQUA, KEVIN V. MUELLER, WARDEN
00-6068 GIL, LOURDES V. UNITED STATES
00-6081 SWAIN, MICHAEL L. V. KEMNA, SUPT., CROSSROADS
00-6089 MAZZOTTA, VITO V. UNITED STATES
00-6100 ROBINSON, OLEE V. UNITED STATES
00-6103 COOPER, CECIL L. V. UNITED STATES
00-6104 CAMPOS, TERESA M. V. UNITED STATES
00-6120 SPIRES, MIKE R. V. UNITED STATES
00-6136 ORTIZ, ANTHONY V. UNITED STATES
00-6157 JOWERS, LYNN S. V. GREEN CHIMNEYS CHILD. SERV.
00-6159 CRAWFORD, DAVID E. V. UNITED STATES
00-6178 WALKER, LENELL V. UNITED STATES
The petitions for writs of certiorari are denied.
00-110 STEWART, DIR., AZ DOC V. SMITH, JOSEPH C.
The motion of respondent for leave to proceed informa pauperis is granted. The petition for a writ ofcertiorari is denied.
00-243 McMATH, ALEXANDER S. V. MONTGOMERY, ALVA M., ET AL.
The petition for a writ of certiorari is denied.Justice Breyer took no part in the consideration ordecision of this petition.
00-5613 RENOIR, PIERRE A. V. CHRIS, K., ET AL.
00-5765 VARGAS, REY D. V. RAY, CHMN., ETC., ET AL.
The motions of petitioners for leave to proceed informa pauperis are denied, and the petitions for writs ofcertiorari are dismissed. See Rule 39.8.
00-5734 DO-NGUYEN, MARIETTE V. MESA VIEW HOMEOWNERS ASSOC.The petition for a writ of certiorari beforejudgment is denied.00-6245 IN RE KENNETH R. ALEXANDER
00-6263 IN RE ALFONSO MOUZON
The petitions for writs of habeas corpus aredenied.
00-283 IN RE GEORGE MEREDITH
00-5679 IN RE DARYL HARMON AND DONALD REDICK
00-5764 IN RE INNA LIVSHITS
The petitions for writs of mandamus are denied.
99-5313 MESA, RUMALDO V. JOHNSON, DIR., TX DCJ
99-9506 MATHIS, VERNON D. V. HENDERSON, POSTMASTER GEN.
The petitions for rehearing are denied.

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