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  1. Hicks v. Brysch (1997)

    Plaintiff Norris Wayne Hicks filed this lawsuit originally seeking a writ of mandamus to compel the defendant, a state district clerk, to file a state civil lawsuit plaintiff had previously submitted to the defendant for filing in the state courts. Plaintiff subsequently supplemented his pleadings to include requests for injunctive relief and unspecified monetary damages. The defendant timely answered and has filed a motion for summary judgment in which she avers that the plaintiff's [...]

    Court: District Court for the Western District of Texas Docket: CIV. SA-96-CA-1005
  2. United States v. Barth (1998)

    On this day the Court considered the Motion to Suppress Evidence, filed by Defendant on May 18, 1998. An evidentiary hearing was conducted in connection with this matter on May 22, 1998. After due consideration of the evidence adduced at the hearing and the submissions of the parties, the Court is of the opinion that the Motion should be GRANTED.


    Court: District Court for the Western District of Texas Docket: MO-98-CR-33
  3. Graves v. Barnes (1972)

    Roy Orr, Chairman, Democratic Committee, Dr. George Willeford, Chairman, Republican Committee, Earl Luna, Dallas, Tex., R. James George, Jr., Austin, Tex., for Bob Bullock, Sec. of State and others.


    Court: District Court for the Western District of Texas Docket: Civ. A. Nos. A-71-CA-142 to A-71-CA-145
  4. Texas v. American Blastfax, Inc. (2000)

    Dean D. Hunt, Bracewell & Patterson, L.L.P., Houston, TX, Andrew M. Taylor, Bracewell & Patterson, L.L.P., Austin, TX, for American Blastfax, Inc., Michael Horne, Greg Horne, defendants.


    Court: District Court for the Western District of Texas Docket: A 00 CA 085 SS
  5. McVay v. Otero (2007)

    ORDER (1) VACATING THE UNITED STATES BANKRUPTCY COURT'S NOVEMBER 2, 2006 ORDER DENYING THE UNITED STATES TRUSTEE'S MOTION TO DISMISS AND NOVEMBER 2, 2006 DISCHARGE OF DEBTOR AND (2) REMANDING CAUSE TO THE UNITED STATES BANKRUPTCY COURT


    Court: District Court for the Western District of Texas Docket: EP-06-CV-436-PRM
  6. United States v. Castello (1981)

    On June 27, 1981, the Gross Manufacturing Company sponsored a company picnic at the Castner Recreation Area, Fort Bliss, Texas, a location within the special territorial jurisdiction of the United States. In the early evening, about the time the picnic was breaking up, Defendant Murrin George Castello fired two pistol shots at one Henry Villa, both of which struck the victim. Villa was treated for his gunshot wounds at William Beaumont Army Medical Center, and lived to testify at the trial. The [...]

    Court: District Court for the Western District of Texas Docket: EP-81-CR-137
  7. United States v. State of Texas (1966)

    Nicholas deB. Katzenbach, Atty. Gen., John Doar, Asst. Atty. Gen., Washington, D. C., Ernest Morgan, U. S. Atty., San Antonio, Tex., Stephen J. Pollak, 1st Asst. to Asst. Atty. Gen., Civil Rights Div., Washington, D. C., for plaintiffs.


    Court: District Court for the Western District of Texas Docket: Civ. A. No. 1570
  8. Hardin v. Estelle (1973)

    John Hill, Atty. Gen., of Tex., Lonny Zwiener, Asst. Atty. Gen., of Tex., Austin, Tex., James A. Mashburn, Dist. Atty., 142nd Judicial Dist., Jerry Buckner, Asst. Dist. Atty., 142nd Judicial District, Midland, Tex., for respondent.


    Court: District Court for the Western District of Texas Docket: MO-71-CA-101
  9. White v. Frank (1989)

    Before the Court is the Defendant's Motion to Dismiss, or in the Alternative, for Summary Judgment. The Court, having considered the Motion, as well as all of the responses and replies filed thereafter, in addition to all of the pleadings on file in this matter, is of the opinion that the Motion is meritorious and should be granted.[1]


    Court: District Court for the Western District of Texas Docket: Civ. No. A-87-CA-877
  10. Washington Legal Found. v. TEXAS EQUAL ACCESS (1995)

    Darrell E. Jordan, Hughes & Luce, Dallas, TX, H. Robert Powell, Brittan L. Buchanan, Hughes & Luce, Harry G. Potter, III, Atty. General's Office, Nancy A. Trease, Asst. Atty. Gen., Austin, TX, for Texas Equal Access To Justice Foundation, W. Frank Newton, Thomas R. Phillips, Raul Gonzalez, Jack Hightower, Nathan L. Hecht, Lloyd Doggett, Bob Gammage, Craig T. Enoch, John Cornyn, Rose Spector.


    Court: District Court for the Western District of Texas Docket: Civ. No. A-94-CA-081 JN
  11. United States v. Outlaw (2001)

    Before the Court is the Magistrate Judge's Proposed Findings of Fact and Recommendation, filed November 16, 2000, in the above-styled matter. The Defendant filed specific objections to the findings on January 8, 2001. After conducting a de novo review, the Court is of the opinion that the Defendant's Motion for Daubert Hearing and Motion to Suppress Evidence and should be DENIED.


    Court: District Court for the Western District of Texas Docket: P-00-CR-198
  12. Doe v. MySpace, Inc. (2007)

    Adam Jacob Loewy, Carl R. Barry, Barry & Loewy, Austin, TX, Douglas Holden Wigdor, Scott Browning Gilly, Thompson Wigdor and Gilly, New York City, Jason Aron Itkin, Kurt B. Arnold, Micajah "Caj" Boatright, Nicholas G. Spiliotis, Arnold & Itkin, LLP, Houston, TX, for Plaintiffs.


    Court: District Court for the Western District of Texas Docket: A-06-CA-983-SS
  13. Larson v. Groos Bank, NA (1996)

    Plaintiff, Floyd Larson (Larson), filed suit against CSC and Groos Bank alleging violations of the Fair Credit Reporting Act, 15 U.S.C. §§ 1681-1681t (FCRA), as well as alleging claims for common-law negligence and gross negligence. Specifically, Larson claims that Groos Bank incorrectly reported to CSC that its loan to Larson was five months in arrears and that CSC erroneously listed this information on a credit report which allegedly caused Larson business losses and emotional distress. [...]

    Court: District Court for the Western District of Texas Docket: Civil Action No. SA-96-CA-0056
  14. Federal Sav. and Loan Ins. Corp. v. Locke (1989)

    In this case, the Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation, acting in its Corporate Capacity ("FSLIC Corporate"), seeks to recover on four promissory notes signed by defendant, Larry V. Locke ("Locke"). The four notes at issue here were purchased by FSLIC Corporate from an insolvent thrift. Locke asserts as affirmative defenses and as the basis for counterclaims, wrongful foreclosure, bad faith, breach of fiduciary duty, violations of the Texas Deceptive Trade Practices — Consumer [...]

    Court: District Court for the Western District of Texas Docket: Civ. No. A-88-CA-781
  15. United States v. Torres (2008)

    On this day, the Court considered Defendant Francisco Torres's Motion to Dismiss Indictment ("Defendant's Motion") and Government's Response to Defendant's Motion to Dismiss Indictment ("Government's Response"). For the reasons set forth herein, Defendant's Motion is DENIED.


    Court: District Court for the Western District of Texas Docket: 3:08-CR-1697-KC
  16. United States v. Torres (2008)

    On this day, the Court considered' the Government's "Appeal of Magistrate Judge McDonald's Decision and Order and Request for Stay" ("Gov't Appeal"). For the reasons set forth herein, the Magistrate Judge's Decision is AFFIRMED.


    Court: District Court for the Western District of Texas Docket: EP-08-CR-01697-KC
  17. National Bank of Commerce v. Shaklee Corp. (1980)

    This court, having considered oral testimony, numerous exhibits and deposition testimony introduced at a three-day nonjury trial, extensive briefs on law and fact, and the parties' proposed findings of fact and conclusions of law, is now ready to decide the numerous factual and legal issues presented in this case.


    Court: District Court for the Western District of Texas Docket: Civ. A. No. SA-74-CA-12
  18. Texas v. American Blastfax, Inc. (2001)

    C. Brad Schuelke, Assistant Attorney General, Leela R. Fireside, Attorney General's Office, Capitol Station, James L. Anthony, Office of the Attorney General, Consumer Protection Division, Austin, TX, for State of Texas, plaintiffs.


    Court: District Court for the Western District of Texas Docket: A 00 CA 085 SS
  19. In Re Sanders (2009)

    Before the Court is Ford Motor Credit's ("FMC" or "Appellant") appeal from the Bankruptcy Court's order denying FMC's objection to confirmation of the Debtors' Amended Chapter 13 Plan. The primary issue in this appeal is whether the Bankruptcy Court erred in concluding that FMC's financing of the Debtors' "negative equity" in their trade-in vehicle rendered the "hanging paragraph" codified at 11 U.S.C. § 1325(a) inapplicable to FMC's secured claim in the Debtors' vehicle, such that the claim [...]

    Court: District Court for the Western District of Texas Docket: Bankruptcy No. 07-50783-LMC. Civil Action No. SA-07-CV-1013-XR
  20. Pope v. United States (1967)

    This is a motion pursuant to Section 2255 of Title 28, United States Code attacking a sentence imposed by Judge Ben H. Rice, Jr., in Waco Criminal Number 4900. Petitioner, LAWRENCE C. POPE, was convicted of bank robbery, 18 United States Code 2113(d), by a jury in March, 1961, and sentenced to imprisonment for twenty five (25) years. He entered a plea of "not guilty by reason of insanity", and was found guilty and appealed to the Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit on only one (1) point— [...]

    Court: District Court for the Western District of Texas Docket: Civ. A. No. 67-17-W

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