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  1. United States v. Stamper (1991)

    Defendant moved for permission to introduce certain evidence notwithstanding the provisions of Fed.R.Evid. 412. Defendant's Motion Pursuant to Rule 412 of the Federal Rules of Evidence, filed November 9, 1990 (Pleading No. 25). The proffered evidence consists of cross examination of the prosecuting witness, an alleged statutory rape victim (hereinafter "complainant"), and certain extrinsic evidence, all intended to show that in the past the complainant had schemed to accomplish certain personal [...]

    Court: District Court for the Western District of North Carolina Docket: Crim. No. B-CR-90-174
  2. Keeten v. Garrison (1984)

    James E. Ferguson, II, Chambers, Ferguson, Watt, Wallas, Adkins & Fuller, Charlotte, N.C., Jack C. Boger, NAACP Legal Defense Fund, New York City, Anthony Amsterdam, New York University School of Law, New York City, Samuel Gross, Palo Alto, Cal., James C. Fuller, Jr., Thorp, Fuller & Slifkin, and Adam Stein, Raleigh, N.C., for petitioner.


    Court: District Court for the Western District of North Carolina Docket: C-C-77-193-M, C-C-78-285-M, C-C-81-488-M and C-C-83-204-M
  3. Wheeler v. Goodman (1969)

    This is a suit under the Civil Rights Act, 42 U.S.C.A. § 1983 (1964), to obtain injunctive and other relief and to have the North Carolina vagrancy statute, N.C.Gen.Stat. § 14-336 (1953),[1] declared unconstitutional. After a hearing before a single district judge, defendants, the Charlotte, North Carolina, police, were enjoined preliminarily from unconstitutional interrogations, searches, seizures, and arrests, as well as from interference with plaintiffs' freedoms of expression and [...]

    Court: District Court for the Western District of North Carolina Docket: Civ. No. 2431
  4. Brown v. Rice (1988)

    On September 29, 1980, David Junior Brown was indicted by the Grand Jury of Moore County, North Carolina, on two counts of first degree murder. He entered pleas of not guilty on both counts. On November 6, 1980, both cases were transferred from the Superior Court of Moore County to the Superior Court of Union County for trial. Petitioner was tried before a jury beginning on December 8, 1980, in the Union County, North Carolina Superior Court, Monroe, North Carolina, with Judge Julius Rousseau [...]

    Court: District Court for the Western District of North Carolina Docket: C-C-87-0184-M
  5. Turner v. Blackburn (1975)

    This three-judge court was convened to consider an attack on North Carolina's procedure for real property mortgage foreclosure, sale, and eviction, as depriving the plaintiff/mortgagor of her property without due process of law under the fourteenth amendment.


    Court: District Court for the Western District of North Carolina Docket: C-C-73-68
  6. In Re First Union Corp. Securities Litigation (2001)

    Edward T. Hinson, Ann L. Hester, James, McElroy & Diehl, Charlotte, NC, Richard J. Morvillo, Jeffrey B. Maletta, Jeffrey F. Robertson, Nicholas G. Terris, Kirkpatrick & Lockhart, LLP, Washington, DC, for Edward E. Crutchfield, John R. Georgius, James H. Hatch, First Union Corp.


    Court: District Court for the Western District of North Carolina Docket: 3:99CV237-MCK
  7. Patton v. State of North Carolina (1966)

    Patton was arrested on June 10, 1960, and has been imprisoned ever since. For lack of money to post bond, he stayed in jail in Bladen County from June 10, 1960, until his trial on October 26, 1960, when, without the assistance of counsel, he tendered a plea of nolo contendere to the felony of armed robbery. He was sentenced to serve a term of twenty years imprisonment in the State's prison and did not appeal.


    Court: District Court for the Western District of North Carolina Docket: Civ. No. 2397
  8. First Investors Corp. v. Citizens Bank, Inc. (1991)

    Plaintiffs, First Investors Corporation and Liberty Mutual Insurance Company, brought this civil diversity action against Defendants, Citizens Bank, Inc. and Union Bancshares, Inc., alleging negligence and conversion in order to recover the value of numerous checks that were allegedly converted by Defendants and paid to Dorcas Anne Brooks, an agent of Plaintiff First Investors, on Brooks' fraudulent endorsements. Defendants have moved to dismiss for failure to state a claim upon which relief [...]

    Court: District Court for the Western District of North Carolina Docket: B-C-90-130
  9. Swann v. Charlotte-Mecklenburg Board of Education (1970)

    On December 2, 1969, this court appointed Dr. John A. Finger, Jr., of Providence, Rhode Island, to study the Charlotte-Mecklenburg school system and advise the court how the schools could be desegregated. The defendant school board, by order of December 1, 1969, had been extended a fourth opportunity to submit a plan if they wished. Dr. Finger went to work; the school staff worked with him; and they have produced some extremely useful information and reports, which will be referred to in this [...]

    Court: District Court for the Western District of North Carolina Docket: Civ. A. No. 1974
  10. United States v. Central Motor Lines, Inc. (1971)

    2. Central Motor Lines, Inc. (hereinafter "Central") is a corporation organized under the laws of the State of North Carolina, with corporate offices in Charlotte, North Carolina. Central is engaged in the business of local, intrastate and interstate transportation of goods and merchandise by truck. Central maintains and operates terminals in Charlotte and Greensboro, North Carolina.


    Court: District Court for the Western District of North Carolina Docket: Civ. A. No. 2521
  11. Atkins v. City of Charlotte (1969)

    This is a civil action brought to obtain a declaratory judgment and injunctive relief declaring unconstitutional and preventing enforcement of Sections 95-97, 95-98 and 95-99 of the General Statutes of North Carolina. We hold G.S. 95-97 unconstitutional on its face. We hold G.S. § 95-98 a valid and constitutional exercise of the legislative authority of the General Assembly of North Carolina. As for G.S. § 95-99, we hold it to be so related to G.S. § 95-97 that it cannot survive the [...]

    Court: District Court for the Western District of North Carolina Docket: Civ. No. 2274
  12. Burris v. INTERNATIONAL BROTHERHOOD OF TEAMSTERS, ETC. (1963)

    Plaintiffs in this action originally attempted to invoke federal jurisdiction under Section 301 of the Labor Management Relations Act, (29 U.S.C.A. § 185). Defendant moved under Rule 12(b) of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure that the complaint be dismissed for lack of jurisdiction over the subject matter. The court decided that though no claim for relief cognizable under Section 301 was alleged, it did appear that the complaint alleged the substance of a claim for relief under the [...]

    Court: District Court for the Western District of North Carolina Docket: Civ. No. 1689
  13. Hyatt v. Heckler (1984)

    (1) STOP DENYING CLAIMS FOR SOCIAL SECURITY DISABILITY BENEFITS BASED ON HYPERTENSION OR DIABETES MELLITUS UPON THE THEORY THAT WITHOUT END-ORGAN DAMAGE (TO HEART, EYES, KIDNEYS OR BRAIN) THE CLAIMANT DOES NOT HAVE A "SEVERE IMPAIRMENT"

    Court: District Court for the Western District of North Carolina Docket: C-C-83-655-M
  14. Beckham v. Grand Affair of NC, Inc. (1987)

    THIS MATTER is before the Court on Defendants' Motion to Dismiss Plaintiff's Amended Complaint for failure to properly serve the Amended Complaint, and for failure to demand a relief in the Amended Complaint. Also before the Court are Defendants' Motion for summary judgment on Plaintiff's Title VII claims alleging a failure to promote Plaintiff and retaliatory actions against Plaintiff because of her sex and because of her Title VII advocacy, and Defendants' Motion to dismiss Plaintiff's civil [...]

    Court: District Court for the Western District of North Carolina Docket: C-C-86-499-P
  15. Hyatt v. Heckler (1984)

    Plaintiffs brought this class action suit against defendant in the fall of 1983, seeking injunctive relief for defendant's wilful violation of the law. The North Carolina Department of Human Resources, Disability Determination Services, later intervened. On February 14, 1984, this Court ordered the defendant to stop acting in violation of specified "controlling decisions of the United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit of the United States." 579 F.Supp. 985.


    Court: District Court for the Western District of North Carolina Docket: C-C-83-655-M
  16. Givens v. Poe (1972)

    On December 12, 1969, the plaintiffs, Peggy Givens, age eleven, and Rose Mary Givens, age thirteen, got into a dispute with Peggy's teacher, Mrs. Charlotte S. Rhoden, at Double Oaks Elementary School in Charlotte. The children were sent home immediately; a conference was held next day; they were formally notified of their exclusion a month later.


    Court: District Court for the Western District of North Carolina Docket: Civ. A. No. 2615
  17. Flippo v. United States (1987)

    The Plaintiff, William F. Flippo, Jr. seeks the recovery of monetary damages against the United States of America pursuant to 26 U.S.C.A. Section 7431 for alleged violations of 26 U.S.C.A. Section 6103. He alleges that the United States through its Revenue Agent Hoy A. Moose made improper disclosure of tax return information and as a result thereof he has sustained damages. The United States denies any violation of the statute and contends that the Plaintiff has suffered no damages. The Court [...]

    Court: District Court for the Western District of North Carolina Docket: ST-C-86-145
  18. Radiator Specialty Co. v. First State Ins. Co. (1987)

    Plaintiff is a North Carolina Corporation with its principal office in the Western District of North Carolina. Defendant is a Delaware insurance corporation with its principal office in Boston, Massachusetts.


    Court: District Court for the Western District of North Carolina Docket: C-C-84-517-P
  19. Burgess v. Catawba County (1992)

    This matter is before the Court upon (1) Defendant's motion for summary judgment, (2) Plaintiffs' motion for partial summary judgment, and (3) Plaintiffs' motion to strike Defendant's motion for summary judgment. This Order applies only to Plaintiff Jackson, as additional discovery is being conducted by Plaintiff Burgess relating to an issue of exemption.


    Court: District Court for the Western District of North Carolina Docket: ST-C-90-11
  20. Swann v. Charlotte-Mecklenburg Board of Education (1971)

    The Charlotte-Mecklenburg schools are now being operated pursuant to a decision of the Supreme Court of the United States in Swann, et al. v. Charlotte-Mecklenburg Board of Education, et al., 402 U.S. 1, 91 S.Ct. 1267, 28 L.Ed.2d 554 (1971), which affirmed previous orders of this court respecting desegregation of the schools.


    Court: District Court for the Western District of North Carolina Docket: Civ. A. No. 1974

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