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(ORDER LIST: 531 U.S.)

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 200000-183 WHITT, SAMUEL 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 Seventh Circuitfor further consideration in light of Apprendi v. NewJersey, 530 U.S. ____ (2000).
00-192 HUGHES, RUBEN 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 Seventh Circuitfor further consideration in light of Apprendi v. NewJersey, 530 U.S. ____ (2000).
00M31 WALDEN, HAROLD J. V. UNITED STATES
The motion to direct the Clerk to file a petitionfor a writ of certiorari out-of-time is denied.
00M32 EVANS, PERSONNA V. ROCKFORD SCHOOL DISTRICT, ET AL.
The motion to direct the Clerk to file a petitionfor a writ of certiorari out-of-time under Rule 14.5 isdenied.
99-1571 TrafFIX DEVICES, INC. V. MARKETING DISPLAYS, INC.
99-1702 TEXAS V. COBB, RAYMOND L.
99-1792 DIR. OF REVENUE OF MO V. CoBANK ACB
The motions of the Solicitor General for leave toparticipate in oral argument as amicus curiae and fordivided argument are granted.
99-1864 ) HUNT, GOV. OF NC, ET AL. V. CROMARTIE, MARTIN, ET AL.
99-1865 ) SMALLWOOD, ALFRED, ET AL. V. CROMARTIE, MARTIN, ET AL.
The motion of the Smallwood appellants for dividedargument is granted.
99-9866 AMIRI, ABDUL W. V. QURESHI, SANAULLAH
00-5382 IN RE ANTHONY JOHN VENERI, JR.
The motions of petitioners for reconsideration oforders denying leave to proceed in forma pauperis aredenied.
00-201 NEW YORK TIMES CO., ET AL. V. TASINI, JONATHAN, ET AL.
The motion of Northern Light Technology, Inc. forleave to file a brief as amicus curiae is granted. Thepetition for a writ of certiorari is granted.
00-347 WHARF HOLDINGS LTD., ET AL. V. UNITED INT'L HOLDINGS, INC.
The petition for a writ of certiorari is grantedlimited to Questions 1 and 2 presented by the petition.
99-10124 SALAZAR, MOISES V. UNITED STATES, ET AL.
99-10202 DEAN, SHARIEFF H. V. JOHNSON, DIR., TX DCJ
00-44 MOBIL MINING & MINERALS V. NIXSON, DAVID, ET AL.
00-216 MOORE, WILLIAM G. V. VALDER, JOSEPH B.
00-220 HENRY E. BARTELS TRUST, ETC. V. UNITED STATES
00-221 BUCHIGNANI, MARY V. VINING-SPARKS, IBG, ET AL.
00-320 SMITH, JAMES S., ET UX. vs. CUMMING, GA, ET AL.
00-322 COATES, ALVIN E. V. VIRGINIA POWER CO.
00-339 KELLY, ANNIE, ET AL. vs. AL FURAT PETROLEUM CO.
00-342 TAIWAN, ET AL. vs. SUN, TEI Y., ET AL.
00-348 ADV. LEASING & DEV., ET AL. vs. HART, CHRIS, ET AL.
00-352 MAURINO, MICHAEL V. JOHNSON, WARDEN
00-365 AHEART, CHARLOTTE V. SODEXHO MARRIOTT SERVICES
00-367 DARIA, AARON V. LINDSEY, WARDEN
00-373 COMMANDER OIL CORPORATION V. BARLO EQUIPMENT CORPORATION
00-379 CONCORD BOAT CORP., ET AL. V. BRUNSWICK CORP.
00-382 WILLMAR ELECTRIC SERVICE V. COOKE, M. MICHAEL, ET AL.
00-383 BEY, THERESA M. vs. BD. OF REGENTS, UNIV. OF GA
00-389 GRANITI, JACK V. BUENA VISTA HOME VIDEO, INC.
00-390 HEIRS OF GUERRA, DECEASED V. UNITED STATES, ET AL.
00-395 GAYLOR, GENE W. V. WEST VIRGINIA
00-396 FLORIDA V. NIXON, JOE E.
00-399 NELSON, WILLIAM J. V. JOHNSON, DIR., TX DCJ
00-401 865 CENTENNIAL AVE. ASSOC. V. MAZDA MOTOR OF AMERICA, INC.
00-403 DI TULLIO, MARIA V. ASSOCIATION OF APT. OWNERS
00-416 HAEGER, JOHN R. V. EDMOND, WONDA, ET AL.
00-464 GEE, ALEXANDER V. 3900 CORP., ET AL.
00-521 PLEAS, KEVIN, ET AL. V. UNITED STATES
00-548 KARARA, SAID M. vs. CIR
00-557 WILLIAMS, LAWRENCE, ET AL. V. UNITED STATES
00-5168 HUGHES, TOMMIE C. V. TEXAS
00-5171 GREGG, DARRYL R. V. UNITED STATES
00-5195 RAMON-SALDIVAR, ARTURO V. UNITED STATES
00-5199 RODRIGUEZ-JUAREZ, BARTOLO V. UNITED STATES
00-5333 HAYES, ROYAL K. V. CALIFORNIA
00-5540 BAILEY, WILLIE V. UNITED STATES
00-5565 RUIZ-MORENO, MOISES V. UNITED STATES
00-5735 DOMINGUEZ-ZAMUDIO, LIBORIO V. UNITED STATES
00-5742 PANTOJA-LEAL, CUAHTEMOC V. UNITED STATES
00-5939 PENADO-RAMOS, JOSE ATADEO V. UNITED STATES
00-5996 DELGADO-CHACON, MARTHA V. UNITED STATES
00-6003 JOHNSON, SHERMAINE A. V. VIRGINIA
00-6019 NUNN, LINDA V. YUKINS, WARDEN
00-6025 BRUTON, TERRY W. V. JOHNSON, DIR., TDCJ
00-6031 BURNS-BEY, MICHAEL D. V. COMMR., MN DEPT. OF CORRS.
00-6044 YANEZ-HUERTA, TOMAS V. UNITED STATES
00-6046 ROBLYER, JOHN S. V. PENNSYLVANIA
00-6076 TURNER, DUSTIN V. BRAXTON, WARDEN
00-6083 STEWART, CARL V. CAIN, WARDEN
00-6088 LUCERO-SANDOVAL, ALVARO V. UNITED STATES
00-6094 RICHARDS, MARK E. V. ANGELONE, DIR., VA DOC
00-6097 KINGS, KOMOLAFE A. V. JOHNSON, DIR., TX DCJ
00-6113 ROBERTS, DAVID D. V. JOHNSON, DIR., TX DCJ
00-6126 WOOTTON, ROBERT W. V. LEONETTE, LIEUTENANT, ET AL.
00-6127 TOWNSEND, WILLIE E. V. ANGELONE, DIR., TX DCJ
00-6147 ZAVALA-SUSTAITA, JUAN A. V. UNITED STATES
00-6150 ROMERO, EUGENE V. FURLONG, WARDEN, ET AL.
00-6156 ANDERSON, DALE R. V. SOUTH CAROLINA, ET AL.
00-6162 EZEIRUAKU, VINCENT O. V. UNITED STATES
00-6166 RAMIREZ-ZUNIGA, RAUL V. UNITED STATES
00-6179 CEBREROS-VALLES, LUIS D. V. UNITED STATES
00-6180 WOODS, ROY L. V. KENTUCKY
00-6181 WILLIAMS, MICHAEL D. V. JOHNSON, DIR., TX DCJ
00-6191 BASDEN, ERNEST W. V. NORTH CAROLINA
00-6195 CRUZ-DIAZ, JUAN V. UNITED STATES
00-6197 ARANDA-LUGO, JAIME V. UNITED STATES
00-6199 LOPEZ-ALVARADO, ROCAEL V. UNITED STATES
00-6202 LUCERO, HECTOR M. V. UNITED STATES
00-6204 MOORE, DAVID T. V. WETHERINGTON, COMM'R, GA DOC
00-6207 CRESPIN-PALACIOS, WILFREDO V. UNITED STATES
00-6210 VALLE-GONZALEZ, PEDRO V. UNITED STATES
00-6216 GARCIA, JOSE L. V. UNITED STATES
00-6221 ORTIZ-BECERRA, JOSE V. UNITED STATES
00-6223 SHUMATE, JOSEPH B. V. UNITED STATES
00-6231 DE LA PENA-JUAREZ, FRANKLIN V. UNITED STATES
00-6242 PONS, CONRADO V. ARTUZ, SUPT., GREEN HAVEN
00-6265 MATEO-MENDEZ, FRANCISCO V. UNITED STATES
00-6278 GONZALEZ, AGUSTIN V. UNITED STATES
00-6285 McDONALD, PERRY V. CARLTON, WARDEN
00-6319 SANTIAGO, PETER V. BARBO, ADMINISTRATOR
00-6331 NUNN, ROBERT V. MITCHELL, WARDEN
00-6332 CHAPMAN, GREGORY W. V. WASHINGTON
00-6341 FERDINAND, RICKY E. V. DORMIRE, SUPT., ET AL.
00-6344 DeJESUS-MEJIA, ROQUE V. UNITED STATES
00-6362 MORRIS, DANNY V. DORMIRE, SUPT., JEFFERSON
00-6388 MERANDA, DANA V. MOORE, SEC., FL DOC, ET AL.
00-6434 CARR, WILLIAM V. UNITED STATES
00-6435 APONTE, JUAN E. vs. U. S. PAROLE COMMN.
00-6450 HORNER, GLEN D. V. UNITED STATES
00-6454 BOLDEN, JOHNNY V. MOORE, SEC., FL DOC
00-6470 PATTERSON, ALVIN V. UNITED STATES
00-6473 STANDIFUR, ANTONIO V. UNITED STATES
00-6475 KYE, FELIX M. V. UNITED STATES
00-6482 LONG, WILLIAM D. V. UNITED STATES
00-6487 WHITE, COREY D. V. FISHMAN, ALLAN, ET AL.
The petitions for writs of certiorari are denied.
99-1730 GARCIA, CHIEF DEP. WARDEN V. JONES, MONROE
00-354 GAMMON, SUPT., MOBERLY V. SMITH, JON K.
The motions of respondents for leave to proceed informa pauperis are granted. The petitions for writs ofcertiorari are denied.
99-2090 VESSEL MY GIRLS, ET AL. V. MARINA MANAGEMENT SERV.
The motion of MIF Realty to substitute itself asrespondent in place of Marina Management Services Inc.,is denied. The petition for a writ of certiorari isdenied.
00-353 OMNIPOINT COMMUNICATIONS V. NEWTOWN TOWNSHIP, ET AL.
The motion of AT&T Wireless Services, Inc., et al.,for leave to file a brief as amici curiae is granted.The motion of Dobson Communications Corporation forleave to file a brief as amicus curiae is granted. Themotion of Sprint Spectrum for leave to file a brief asamicus curiae is granted. The petition for a writ ofcertiorari is denied.
00-386 WAL-MART STORES, INC., ETC. V. WELLS, DENISE
00-487 GILLETTE CO. V. REVENUE DIV. OF MICHIGAN
The petitions for writs of certiorari are denied.Justice Breyer took no part in the consideration ordecision of these petitions.
00-485 FAULKNER, LARRY, ET AL. V. BRISTER, ROBERT, ET AL.
The motion of American Council on Education forleave to file a brief as amicus curiae is granted. Thepetition for a writ of certiorari is denied.
00-6024 BROWN, JOEL V. USDC ED CA
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.
00-6108 ROSENBERG, JEFFREY A. V. UNITED STATES MINT
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 Appeal s, 506U.S. 1 (1992) ( per curiam). Justice Stevens dissents.See id., at 4, and cases cited therein.
00-6233 WHITEHEAD, DAVID L. V. CLINTON, PRESIDENT, ET AL.
The motion of petitioner to defer consideration ofthe petition for a writ of certiorari is denied. Themotion of petitioner for leave to proceed in formapauperis is denied, and the petition for a writ ofcertiorari is dismissed. See Rule 39.8.
00-6528 IN RE DOMINIC M. FRANZA
The petition for a writ of habeas corpus is denied.
00-411 IN RE LARRY RITCHIE, JR.
The petition for a writ of mandamus is denied.
99-8830 BOWIE, BENITO J. V. GIBSON, WARDEN, ET AL.
99-9466 MUELLER, DARREN M. V. SCHNICK, SERGEANT, ET AL.
99-9906 PAGE, SAMMY L. V. CALIFORNIA
99-9937 MERCER, THOMAS L. V. SCIBANA, WARDEN
99-10063 TILLITZ, ROBERT C. V. UNITED STATES
00-5203 JOHNSON, ODELL V. HERTZ CORP., ET AL.
The petitions for rehearing are denied.
D-2210 IN THE MATTER OF DISBARMENT OF THOMAS M. SIMMONS
Thomas M. Simmons, of Boston, Massachusetts, 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.
D-2207 IN THE MATTER OF DISBARMENT OF WILLIAM HAROLD THOMAS
William Harold Thomas, of Beverly Hills,California, is suspended from the practice of law inthis Court and a rule will issue, returnable within 40days, requiring him to show cause why he should not bedisbarred from the practice of law in this Court.
D-2208 IN THE MATTER OF DISBARMENT OF BRUCE J. FRIEDMAN
Bruce J. Friedman, of San Anselmo, California, 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.
D-2209 IN THE MATTER OF DISBARMENT OF MORTON B. GOLDSTEIN
Morton B. Goldstein, of Havre, Montana, 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,November 13, 2000, until Monday, November 27, 2000.

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