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District Court for the Eastern District of Oklahoma Court Cases
Battle v. Anderson (1974)
Paul Crowe, Kay Karen Kennedy and Kenneth Deleshaw, Jr., Asst. Attys. Gen., Oklahoma City, Okl., for defendants, Leo McCracken, Roy Sprinkle, Sam C. Johnston, Captain Black, Danny Nace and Otis P. Campbell.
Court: District Court for the Eastern District of Oklahoma Docket: Civ. No. 72-95
Williamson v. Reynolds (1995)Petitioner was convicted of First Degree Murder and condemned to death in 1988 by the District Court of Pontotoc County, Oklahoma. On direct appeal, the Oklahoma Court of Criminal Appeals affirmed Petitioner's conviction and death sentence. Williamson v. State, 812 P.2d 384 (Okla.Crim.App. 1991), cert. denied, 503 U.S. 973, 112 S.Ct. 1592, 118 L.Ed.2d 308 (1992), reh'g denied, 504 U.S. 968, 112 S.Ct. 2325, 119 L.Ed.2d 244 (1992). Petitioner filed an Application for Post-Conviction Relief [...]
Court: District Court for the Eastern District of Oklahoma Docket: Civ. 94-539-S
Weldon W. Stout, Jr., Bart Fite, Muskogee, OK, Lloyd Benton Miller, Devin R. Odell, Anchorage, AK, William R. Perry, Anne D. Noto, James E. Glaze, Sonosky, Chambers, Sachse & Endreson, Washington, DC, for Plaintiffs.
Court: District Court for the Eastern District of Oklahoma Docket: 99CV92
Defendant, Kellogg, Brown & Root, Inc. ("KBR"), has filed a motion to compel arbitration of Plaintiffs' claims and to stay this action pending compliance with its Dispute Resolution Program ("DRP"). Plaintiffs, Jessie Pierce ("Pierce") and Cecil Elizondo ("Elizondo"), former employees of KBR, have filed a response in opposition to KBR's motion. For the reasons stated below, the court sustains KBR's motion.
Court: District Court for the Eastern District of Oklahoma Docket: CIV.02-654-S
Plaintiff alleges that she is the widow of and the Administratrix of the Estate of Edward F. Cinocca, deceased. Edward F. Cinocca allegedly died on December 8, 1971 as a result of the failure of a Mitral Heart Valve Prosthesis which had been implanted in his body in 1968. Said Prosthesis was allegedly manufactured and sold by Surgitool, Inc. (Surgitool). All or substantially all of Surgitool's assets were allegedly acquired by Travenol Laboratories, Inc. (Travenol) in June of 1970.
Court: District Court for the Eastern District of Oklahoma Docket: 73-238-C
Battle v. Anderson (1978)
"Persons are sent to prison as punishment, not for punishment. It is incumbent on the incarcerating body to provide the individual with a healthy habitative environment. Anything less would be to subject the individual to further punishment than was given by the sentencing trial court. With habilitation assured, then possibly or probably the inmate can decide to rehabilitate himself.
Court: District Court for the Eastern District of Oklahoma Docket: Civ. A. No. 72-95
In its order of December 13, 1977 the court directed the parties to submit materials relevant to third-party defendant Entriken's period of employment with Champlin so as to enable the court to rule on plaintiffs' motion for leave to amend for the purpose of adding Dewey Mason and Mickey Bowles as parties defendant. Defendant has furnished the deposition of Entriken and plaintiffs have submitted their proposed amended complaint. In addition several briefs have been filed setting forth the [...]
Court: District Court for the Eastern District of Oklahoma Docket: 75-276-C
Woulfe v. Eli Lilly & Co. (1997)
Clifford K. Cate, Jr., Muskogee, OK, Phillip G. Whaley, Charles E. Geister, III, Oklahoma City, OK, Joe C. Freeman, Jr., Lawrence J. Myers, Atlanta, GA, Michelle Mangrum, Andrew See, Kansas City, MO, for Defendant.
Court: District Court for the Eastern District of Oklahoma Docket: 93-37-S
Battle v. Anderson (1977)
Drew S. Days, III, Gen. Counsel, Civ. Rights Div., U. S. Dept. of Justice, Washington, D. C. and Charles Ory, and Paul Lawrence, Attys., Civ. Rights Div., U. S. Dept. of Justice, Washington, D. C., for plaintiff-intervenor.
Court: District Court for the Eastern District of Oklahoma Docket: Civ. A. No. 72-95
Fuqua v. Gulf (1962)This is a personal injury action arising out of a railroad crossing accident between one of the defendant railroad's trains and an automobile driven by the plaintiff. The action was instituted in the State District Court of Carter County, Oklahoma, on August 14, 1961. The action as filed named Gulf, Colorado and Santa Fe Railroad Company and R. D. Wheelock defendants. The plaintiff is a citizen and resident of Carter County, Oklahoma. The railroad company is organized under and has its [...]
Court: District Court for the Eastern District of Oklahoma Docket: 5130
Timila S. Rother, Rustin J. Strubhar, Richard C. Ford, Alison M. Howard, Crowe & Dunlevy, Michael S. Ryan, Edmonds, Cole, Hargrave, Givens, Ryan & Woodson, Oklahoma City, OK, for Defendants.
Court: District Court for the Eastern District of Oklahoma Docket: CIV-05-242-WH
Daniel Mach, American Civil Liberties Union, Washington, DC, Micheal C. Salem, Salem Law Offices, Norman, OK, Tina L. Izadi, American Civil Liberties Union of Oklahoma Foundation, Oklahoma City, OK, for Plaintiffs.
Court: District Court for the Eastern District of Oklahoma Docket: 05-CIV-406-RAW
Hughes v. Sanders (1968)
Kenneth N. McKinney, of Duvall, Head, McKinney, Travis & Bailey, Oklahoma City, Okl., Foliart, Shepherd & Mills, Oklahoma City, Okl., Sandlin & Daugherty, Holdenville, Okl., of counsel, for defendants.
Court: District Court for the Eastern District of Oklahoma Docket: 67-14 Civ
Before the court for its consideration is a motion for partial summary judgment filed by the plaintiff, Jose Graves. In this motion for partial summary judgment, the plaintiff has requested this court enter an order granting judgment in its favor as it relates to defendant's defenses of preemption, estoppel, collateral estoppel and res judicata. Defendant filed an objection to this motion arguing these defenses are proper because the issues in this action have been previously litigated in a [...]
Court: District Court for the Eastern District of Oklahoma Docket: CIV-99-147-S
Plaintiff Ramona Arnold brings this action pursuant to the provisions of Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 as amended (42 U.S.C. § 2000e, et seq.), Title 42 U.S.C. § 1983, and certain pendant state claims.
Court: District Court for the Eastern District of Oklahoma Docket: 83-117-C
The complaint filed in this case is brought pursuant to 42 U.S.C. § 2000e-5 of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. The essence of plaintiff's complaint is that he was discriminated against in his employment because of his religious convictions.
Court: District Court for the Eastern District of Oklahoma Docket: CIV-73-311
The principal question in this case has not been decided in Oklahoma and remains undecided in the overwhelming majority of jurisdictions in the United States. The question is: when the oil, gas and other minerals have been severed by conveyance from the fee simple estate in a tract of land, and subsequent to severance natural gas is injected in and under that tract of land as a part of an underground gas storage reservoir, from whom must the injector secure permission to store natural gas?
Court: District Court for the Eastern District of Oklahoma Docket: Civ. No. 76-211
This action comes before the court on the motion of defendants to dismiss the complaint for failure to state a claim upon which relief can be granted, or, in the alternative, for summary judgment. Defendants have filed a brief in support of their motion and plaintiff has filed one in opposition. The court has conducted a hearing on the alternative motion at which the attorneys of record for the parties appeared. The court requested the presentation of any evidence either side desired to [...]
Court: District Court for the Eastern District of Oklahoma Docket: 78-159-C
United States v. Adair (1995)
These two criminal cases, arising out of substantially similar facts, have been consolidated for the sole purpose of hearing evidence and ruling on the defendants' motions to dismiss, both of which challenge the jurisdiction of this court.
Court: District Court for the Eastern District of Oklahoma Docket: CR-95-003-S, CR-95-014-S
The defendant, James Roy Willingham, a rural mail carrier, was charged in the Justice of the Peace Court, Seminole County, Oklahoma, with a violation of the traffic laws of the State of Oklahoma. The offense charged is a misdemeanor, under the law of Oklahoma, punishable by a fine of not less than $10 nor more than $200, or imprisonment in jail for not less than five days nor more than thirty days, or by both such fine and imprisonment.
Court: District Court for the Eastern District of Oklahoma Docket: Crim. No. 25876