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(ORDER LIST: 535 U.S.)

MONDAY, MARCH 4, 2002

CERTIORARI -- SUMMARY DISPOSITION

00-1619 GOORD, COMM'R, NY DOC V. LAWRENCE, ROBERT
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 Second Circuitfor further consideration in light of Porter v. Nussle,534 U.S. ___ (2002).
01-100 STERNER, WILLIAM, ET AL. V. ROYSTER, JOHN P.
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 Second Circuitfor further consideration in light of Porter v. Nussle,534 U.S. ___ (2002).

ORDERS IN PENDING CASES

01A434 MOORE, JOHN DAVID V. COCKRELL, DIR, TX DCJ
The application for certificate of appealabilityaddressed to Justice Kennedy and referred to the Courtis denied.
01-131 GISBRECHT, GARY E., ET AL. V. BARNHART, COMM'R, SSA
The motion of the Solicitor General to permitDavid B. Salmons, Esquire, to present oral argument,pro hac vice, is granted.
01-394 CHRISTOPHER, WARREN, ET AL. V. HARBURY, JENNIFER K.
01-400 BELL, WARDEN V. CONE, GARY B.
01-417 DEVLIN, ROBERT J. V. SCARDELLETTI, ROBERT, ET AL.
The motions of the Solicitor General for leave toparticipate in oral argument as amicus curiae and fordivided argument are granted.
01-631 UNITED STATES V. DRAYTON, CHRISTOPHER, ET AL.
The motion for appointment of counsel is grantedand it is ordered that Steven L. Seliger, Esquire, ofQuincy, Florida, is appointed to serve as counsel forthe respondent Clifton Brown, Jr., in this case. Themotion for appointment of counsel is granted and itis ordered that Gwendolyn Spivey, Esq., of Tallahassee,Florida, is appointed to serve as counsel for therespondent Christopher Drayton in this case. The motionof counsel Spivey to strike and objection to attemptedsubstitution of counsel is granted. The motion of counselSeliger to strike and objection to attemtped substitutionof counsel is granted.
01-714 UTAH, ET AL. V. EVANS, SEC. OF COMMERCE
The motion of the Solicitor General and the NorthCarolina appellees for additional time for oral argumentand for divided argument is granted and ten additionalminutes are allotted for that purpose to be divided asfollows: 35 minutes for appellants, 20 minutes for theSolicitor General, and 15 minutes for the North Carolinaappellees.
01-5404 HEMMERLE, KENNETH V. V. LAUDERDALE REPORTING SERVICE
01-6785 McDONALD, BUFFORD V. COCKRELL, DIR., TX DCJ
The motions of petitioners for reconsideration oforders denying leave to proceed in forma pauperis aredenied.
01-7662 MILLER-EL, THOMAS JOE V. COCKRELL, DIR., TX DCJ
The order granting the petition for a writ ofcertiorari is amended to read as follows: The motionfor leave to proceed in forma pauperis is granted.The petition for a writ of certiorari is grantedlimited to the following question: Did the Court ofAppeals err in denying a certificate of appealabilityand in evaluating petitioner's claim under Batson v.Kentucky?

CERTIORARI GRANTED

01-653 ) FCC V. NextWAVE COMMUNICATIONS, ET AL.
01-657 ) ARCTIC SLOPE CORP., ET AL. V. NextWAVE COM., INC., ET AL.
The motion of Urban Comm-North Carolina, Inc., forleave to file a brief as amicus curiae in No. 01-653,is granted. The petitions for writs of certiorari aregranted. The cases are consolidated and a total of onehour is allotted for oral argument.

CERTIORARI DENIED

00-9686 BAEZ, ROBERTO V. HALL, HILTON, ET AL.
01-734 WA STATE MEDICAL QUALITY V. NGUYEN, BANG D.
01-758 UNITED PARCEL SERVICE, INC. vs. EEOC
01-791 SAINT PAUL, MN V. UNITED STATES
01-808 MURPHY, VA SEC. OF RESOURCES V. WASTE MANAGEMENT, ET AL.
01-827 PHILLIPS, CRYSTAL, ET AL. V. HILLCREST MED. CTR., ET AL.
01-916 MILLER, MARSHA V. HOUSTON INDEP. SCH. DIST.
01-918 VENETIAN CASINO RESORT V. LOCAL JOINT EXECUTIVE BD.
01-924 JOHNSON, ODELL V. SAN ANTONIO, TX
01-925 ABGN SALES, INC. V. HURT, NORMA J.
01-926 BURCHER, GREGORY V. QUINCY HILL TOWNHOUSE, ET AL
01-934 CHEATWOOD, RICHARD L. V. VIRGINIA
01-937 VAN SLYKE, KARIN S. V. NORTHROP GRUMMAN CORP.
01-938 SCHMIDT, RICHARD V. LOUISIANA
01-944 SPRADLEY, W. J., ET AL. vs. OLD HARMONY BAPTIST CHURCH
01-951 FORNER, PHILLIP D., ET AL. V. ALLENDALE CHARTER TOWNSHIP
01-956 U. S., EX REL. KING V. HILLCREST HEALTH CENTER
01-957 WARE, MARVIN V. ILLINOIS
01-959 CHILDS, LEANNE V. ILLINOIS
01-988 PRYOR, ROBERT, ETC. V. READY & PONTISAKOS
01-1007 GROSS, WILLARD D. V. IRTZ, FRED
01-1008 KERSEY, GEORGE E. V. DEHART, JAMES L., ET AL.
01-1012 ASHTON, KENT J. vs. FAA, ET AL.
01-1052 RAVET, GARY, ET AL. V. ENTERTAINMENT PUBLICATIONS
01-1095 SCOTT, MICHAEL A. V. MORGAN, HENRY C., JUDGE
01-1140 SYMANTEC CORP. V. HILGRAEVE CORP.
01-6586 SMITH, TERRENCE V. ZACHARY, ROBERT, ET AL.
01-7062 FISHER, JONATHAN V. PENNSYLVANIA
01-7109 ROCHA-GONZALEZ, RAUL V. UNITED STATES
01-7137 ACOSTA-MARTINEZ, HECTOR V. UNITED STATES
01-7158 JONES, ELTON R. V. UNITED STATES
01-7426 OLIVER, GEORGE B. V. FALLA, R., ET AL.
01-7464 FERGUSON, THOMAS D. V. ALABAMA
01-7484 WARD, JOHN M. V. ALABAMA
01-7486 REYES, GEORGE V. GARCIA, WARDEN
01-7491 BULLARD, VONNIE R. V. BARKER, SUPT., ET AL.
01-7500 TIDIK, BRAD A. V. WAYNE COUNTY FRIEND, ET AL.
01-7508 SHELBY, DESHAWN V. WITHROW, WARDEN
01-7510 ROGERS, GEORGE R. V. COCKRELL, DIR., TX DCJ
01-7511 HARRIS, ZACHARY T. V. CALIFORNIA
01-7512 FOSTER, IRVIN J. V. STRAUB, WARDEN
01-7514 FLYNN, JAMES E. V. THOMAS, WILLIAM, ET AL.
01-7515 HARRIS, JEFFREY J. V. COLORADO
01-7516 WILLIAMS, PLUMMER V. PRUNTY, WARDEN, ET AL.
01-7518 AZIZ, ABDUL V. TRI-ST. UNIV.
01-7523 TWEH, SHERMAN V. NEW JERSEY
01-7528 DUMONT, DANIEL V. UBC, INC.
01-7529 THOMAS, HOWARD E. V. MOORE, SEC., FL DOC, ET AL.
01-7591 DUNSTER, DAVID L. V. NEBRASKA
01-7651 RASTEN, ANINA V. HUD
01-7695 LAMPLEY, ROMMELL V. WISCONSIN
01-7724 FULTS, KENNETH E. V. GEORGIA
01-7801 MASON, ARTHUR V. UNITED STATES
01-7815 PATTON, DALE V. UNITED STATES
01-7934 REDMOND, TYRONE V. UNITED STATES
01-7955 MATHIS, KEITH V. UNITED STATES
01-7971 OWEN, HARRY C. V. UNITED STATES
01-7974 LOPEZ, LUIS V. UNITED STATES
01-7975 LETTS, PAUL M. V. UNITED STATES
01-7976 ZUNIGA-HERNANDEZ, JOSE V. GILKEY, WARDEN
01-7977 TOBAR, SIMON E. V. UNITED STATES
01-7996 GOODALE, PATRICIA A. V. BARNHART, COMM'R, SSA
01-7997 HERNANDEZ, ROBERTA V. UNITED STATES
01-8002 COPELAND, LEONARD B. V. UNITED STATES
01-8003 PAZ-ZAMORA, EVARISTO V. UNITED STATES
01-8005 ZALAZAR-TORRES, ALEJANDRO V. UNITED STATES
01-8007 MENDOZA-MEDINA, ANTONIO V. UNITED STATES
01-8009 MOSLEY, MAURICE V. UNITED STATES
01-8011 KANESS, PAUL A. V. UNITED STATES
01-8015 McCLEAN, RANDY L. V. UNITED STATES
01-8020 ENCARNACION-MENDEZ, F. V. UNITED STATES
01-8022 HUNTER, RONALD V. UNITED STATES
01-8029 EVANS, JOSEPH H. V. UNITED STATES
01-8032 COLVIN, IVAN V. UNITED STATES
01-8038 RAMSEY, HUBERT V. UNITED STATES
01-8041 LIRA-ESPINOZA, ELIAS V. UNITED STATES
01-8045 RANGEL-MORALES, JOSE J. V. UNITED STATES
01-8046 SERRANO, ANTONIO A. V. UNITED STATES
01-8047 PEREZ, GINO V. UNITED STATES
01-8048 ROJAS-FRANCO, MARIA T. V. UNITED STATES
01-8050 BELL, JAMES D. V. UNITED STATES
01-8051 CLINE, APRIL M. V. UNITED STATES
01-8053 VILLARREAL, ARTURO V. UNITED STATES
01-8054 PATRICK, SAMUEL V. UNITED STATES
01-8056 CHAVEZ-MAGANA, MARIO V. UNITED STATES
01-8059 COVINGTON, PAUL M. V. UNITED STATES
01-8065 KEMP, KENNETH V. UNITED STATES
01-8066 MATEO-MENDEZ, FRANCISCO V. UNITED STATES
01-8068 BENNETT, GARY L. V. UNITED STATES
01-8071 DUQUE DIAZ, JUANA V. UNITED STATES
01-8075 PEREZ-ESPINOZA, RODRIGO V. UNITED STATES
01-8076 PAUL, JOHN H. V. UNITED STATES
01-8082 HAYS, MARK L. V. UNITED STATES
01-8083 HINDS, GERALD A. V. UNITED STATES
01-8125 CLEMENTS, ULYSSES B. V. UNITED STATES
01-8132 RIGDON, JOHN V. V. UNITED STATES
The petitions for writs of certiorari are denied.
01-931 FLORIDA V. SCARLET, SHELTON
The motion of respondent for leave to proceed informa pauperis is granted. The petition for a writ ofcertiorari is denied.
01-7124 TROBAUGH, CHARLES A. V. SAWYER, DIR., BOP, ET AL.
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.
01-7526 SINDRAM, MICHAEL V. RUBIN, JACK B.
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.

HABEAS CORPUS DENIED

01-8167 IN RE CALVIN JOHNSON
01-8174 IN RE DAMON LYNN COX
01-8175 IN RE JOHN ROBERT CLIFTON
01-8181 IN RE ALVARO BECERRA
01-8229 IN RE CHARLES A. TROBAUGH
The petitions for writs of habeas corpus aredenied.

MANDAMUS DENIED

01-7525 IN RE ALBERTO RAPOSO
The petition for a writ of mandamus is denied.

REHEARINGS DENIED

00-9741 BAYOUD, PHILIP S. V. MIMS, JEFFREY H., ET AL.
00-10890 GUSS, JAMES H. V. NORRIS, DIR., AR DOC
01-310 HILL, CHARLES E. V. CLINTON, FORMER PRESIDENT
01-850 MILLS, VERNON V. WISER OIL CO.
01-6630 CHRISTEN, JOHN R. V. R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO.
01-6710 BUTTS, ROBERT E. V. GEORGIA
01-6840 JACOBS, CEDRIC V. LOUISIANA
01-6859 WILLIAMS, CHARLES R. V. FLORIDA, ET AL.
01-6934 BAYOUD, PHILIP S. V. MIMS, JEFFREY H., ET AL.
01-7019 SCHMITT, JOHN Y. V. VIRGINIA
01-7187 CUEVAS-AQUINO, FERNANDO V. UNITED STATES
The petitions for rehearing are denied.

ATTORNEY DISCIPLINE

D-2286 IN THE MATTER OF DISCIPLINE OF MARTIN ERIC MARKS
Martin Eric Marks, of Great Neck, New York, 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-2287 IN THE MATTER OF DISCIPLINE OF THEODORE WILLIAM BUSHLOW
Theodore William Bushlow, of Brooklyn, New York, 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-2288 IN THE MATTER OF DISCIPLINE OF MICHAEL J. FRIESEN
Michael J. Friesen, of Garden City, Kansas, 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-2289 IN THE MATTER OF DISCIPLINE OF JAMES GUY TUCKER, JR.
James Guy Tucker, Jr., of Little Rock, Arkansas, 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-2290 IN THE MATTER OF DISCIPLINE OF MURREY L. GRIDER
Murrey L. Grider, of Pocahontas, Arkansas, 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.

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