ORDER LIST 11/06/17

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United States Supreme Court

ORDER LIST 11/06/17, (2017)

No. 110617zor

Argued:     Decided: November 6, 2017

(ORDER LIST: 583 U.S.)

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 2017

CERTIORARI -- SUMMARY DISPOSITION

17-5460 ROSS, DONIELLE R. V. UNITED STATES

The motion of petitioner for leave to proceed in forma

pauperis and the petition for a writ of certiorari are granted.

The judgment is vacated, and the case is remanded to the United

States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit for further

consideration in light of Dean v. United States, 581 U. S. ___

(2017).

ORDERS IN PENDING CASES

17M52 COTA, ROBERT V. UNITED STATES

The motion for leave to file a petition for a writ of

certiorari with the supplemental appendix under seal is granted.

17M53 PIRELA, JOSEPH V. FLORIDA

17M54 DILLARD, C. GORDAN V. OREGON, ET AL.

17M55 STANFORD, ROBERT B. V. RYAN, DIR., AZ DOC, ET AL.

17M56 BANKS, PHYLLIS E. V. MSPB

The motions to direct the Clerk to file petitions for writs

of certiorari out of time are denied.

142, ORIG. FLORIDA V. GEORGIA

The motion of the Solicitor General for leave to participate

in oral argument as amicus curiae and for divided argument is

      granted.

15-1439 CYAN, INC., ET AL. V. BEAVER CTY. EMPLOYEES, ET AL.

The motion of the Solicitor General for leave to participate

in oral argument as amicus curiae and for divided argument is

granted in part, and the time is to be divided as follows: 30

minutes for petitioners, 25 minutes for respondents, and 10

minutes for the Solicitor General.

16-1276 DIGITAL REALTY TRUST, INC. V. SOMERS, PAUL

The motion of the Solicitor General to argue pro hac vice is

granted. The motion of the Solicitor General for leave to

participate in oral argument as amicus curiae and for divided

argument is granted.

16-1495 HAYS, KS V. VOGT, MATTHEW JACK D.

The motion of petitioner to dispense with printing the

joint appendix is granted. Justice Gorsuch took no part

in the consideration or decision of this motion.

CERTIORARI DENIED

16-1102 SAMSUNG ELECTRONICS CO., ET AL. V. APPLE INC.

16-1395 ALEXANDER, TINA, ET AL. V. AMERIPRO FUNDING, INC., ET AL.

16-9415 RIOS-VIZCARRA, ROBERTO V. WIGEN, WARDEN

17-38 JOHNSON, CARMEN V. UNITED STATES

17-169 2 CROOKED CREEK, LLC, ET AL. V. TREASURER OF CASS COUNTY, MI

17-191 COOK, VICKIE, ET AL. V. T-MOBILE USA, INC., ET AL.

17-304 GOLDMAN, SYLVIA V. GREENFOREST CHURCH, ET AL.

17-324 KHAN, MAHMOOD V. MINNEAPOLIS, MN

17-331 MINA, ANTHONY S. V. CHESTER COUNTY, PA, ET AL.

17-337 BENT, MICHAEL S. V. LASHWAY, PATRICIA, ET AL.

17-341 O'NEAL, DAVID A. V. CRAWFORD COUNTY

17-356 FISHER, EDWARD V. NEW YORK

17-360 BEENICK, MICHAEL V. LeFEBVRE, MICHAEL, ET AL.

17-364 SOLOMON, AJIYOSOLA A. V. SESSIONS, ATT'Y GEN.

17-402 LOGLIA, ALEXANDER C. V. UNITED STATES

17-421 MANN, ANTHONY L. V. JOYNER, WARDEN

17-430 SPRINT SPECTRUM V. PRISM TECHNOLOGIES

17-433 KREIT, CAMIL V. QUINN, CHRISTOPHER L.

17-434 PROJECT EXECUTION, LLC, ET AL. V. PAPANICOLAS, MICHELLE

17-437 SINGH, PREET M. V. USPS

17-439 ASTORIA LANDING, INC. V. NYC ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL BD.

17-474 FAN, HAIYING V. UNITED STATES

17-480 MALNES, BRIAN E. V. ARIZONA, ET AL.

17-484 GOSSAGE, HENRY E. V. MERIT SYSTEMS PROTECTION BOARD

17-495 DONNELL, LAMON S. V. UNITED STATES

17-506 FUSCO, JOSEPH V. NEW YORK

17-5051 GILBERT, CHELSEA M. V. TEXAS

17-5164 MESQUITI, EDWARD V. UNITED STATES

17-5204 RIVERS, WALLACE V. ALABAMA

17-5215 UPSHAW, LAFAYETTE D. V. MICHIGAN

17-5479 SEIBERT, MICHAEL V. JONES, SEC., FL DOC

17-5783 ORAM, GARY V. DILLON, MT, ET AL.

17-5797 MARSHALL, DARRELL L. V. DETROIT, MI, ET AL.

17-5811 CAMPBELL, MICHAEL V. JONES, SEC., FL DOC

17-5813 RUMPH, THOMAS V. CALIFORNIA

17-5817 COHEN, ANDRE V. LANE, SUPT., FAYETTE, ET AL.

17-5819 ERVIN, GARY V. CHEATHAM, WARDEN, ET AL.

17-5820 BRANSON, CARL B. V. WRIGLEY, WARDEN

17-5832 ROGERS, WILLIE E. V. MISSISSIPPI

17-5834 JONES, SHAWN D. V. DAVIS, DIR., TX DCJ

17-5836 VAN AUKEN, FREDERICK J. V. FLORIDA

17-5837 BRATTON, GEORGE A. V. NORTH CAROLINA, ET AL.

17-5839 JEANS, DAVID V. ILLINOIS

17-5852 JOHNSON, LORENZO V. HARRY, WARDEN

17-5853 LEWIS, WILBERT J. V. TEXAS

17-5856 JONES, JONATHAN K. V. DAVIS, DIR., TX DCJ

17-5857 SIMON, MARK J. V. GASTELO, WARDEN

17-5860 TUCKER, TERRANCE V. LINK, SUPT., GRATERFORD

17-5880 NDIBALEMA, FUAD V. KANKOLONGO, FATU

17-5912 GARRETT, LUNDES V. CHASE HOME FINANCE

17-5957 NISKEY, LAWRENCE V. DUKE, SEC. OF HOMELAND

17-5977 JACKSON, CLIFTON V. OHIO

17-6029 HARROD, JESSE V. SCRIBNER, WARDEN

17-6037 LOWE, ASHLEY V. ESPINOZA, ACTING WARDEN

17-6052 NAVARRETTE, ANDRES V. V. LONG, WARDEN

17-6053 MOSLEY, EDDIE M. V. MINNESOTA

17-6091 CILWA, ANTHONY J. V. FORT, JOHN K.

17-6113 KIRKSEY, RONNIE L. V. ALABAMA

17-6158 McDERMOTT, JASON R. V. CARLIN, WARDEN

17-6163 MUHTOROV, JAMSHID V. UNITED STATES

17-6166 JACKSON, GERALD D. V. UNITED STATES

17-6168 SPELLER, TERRY L. V. UNITED STATES

17-6174 JAIMES-JURADO, MIGUEL A. V. UNITED STATES

17-6183 GU, FAN V. INVISTA S.A.R.L.

17-6187 DELEON GARZA, AGUSTIN S. V. UNITED STATES

17-6191 FLUKER, FELECIA V. BRENNAN, POSTMASTER GEN.

17-6192 HAWKINS, KEVIN V. UNITED STATES

17-6193 GATSON, CHARLIE M. V. UNITED STATES

17-6194 GUMBS, AKEEM R. V. UNITED STATES

17-6196 HAIRSTON, MARIO V. UNITED STATES

17-6209 LEON, SUMMER L. V. ARIZONA

17-6211 EDGERTON, CHESTER V. UNITED STATES

17-6216 ANDERSON, KIRK L. V. UNITED STATES

17-6218 THOMPSON, JON K. V. UNITED STATES

17-6220 CASTEEL, TIRAN V. UNITED STATES

17-6223 GORDON, KENNETH S. V. UNITED STATES

17-6227 COVINGTON, DEMARIO V. UNITED STATES

17-6229 FAURE, MIGUEL E. V. UNITED STATES

17-6230 HERNANDEZ-MUJICA, JESUS V. UNITED STATES

17-6233 MARTINEZ-RODRIQUEZ, JULIAN V. UNITED STATES

17-6234 HARRIS, KEELAN V. UNITED STATES

17-6235 HUMPHREY, LAWRENCE V. UNITED STATES

17-6238 CAMARENA, MIGUEL V. UNITED STATES

17-6240 DECOSTE, HARLAN V. UNITED STATES

17-6248 ESTEEN, KELVIN V. UNITED STATES

17-6249 WILLIAMSON, ARTHUR E. V. UNITED STATES

17-6258 HOTT, SHAWN K. V. UNITED STATES

17-6259 GARCIA, ALEXANDER V. UNITED STATES

17-6263 HARRIS, MARCUS L. V. UNITED STATES

17-6267 RUSSELL, DALE V. UNITED STATES

17-6268 SCHNEIDER, DARRELL M. V. UNITED STATES

17-6270 HOBDY, LEE C. V. UNITED STATES

17-6272 MAGGIO, MICHAEL A. V. UNITED STATES

17-6279 URENA, CARLOS V. UNITED STATES

17-6283 BERNAL-RIVAS, DAVID E. V. UNITED STATES

17-6291 BOYKIN, STUART J. V. UNITED STATES

17-6298 HOUSTON, ALVIN V. UNITED STATES

17-6299 GRIMM, STEVEN V. UNITED STATES

17-6301 BANET, HAUSMANN-ALAIN V. UNITED STATES

17-6305 THORNTON, JIMMY L. V. UNITED STATES

17-6311 KEY, ROGER V. UNITED STATES

The petitions for writs of certiorari are denied.

17-168 ANTONICK, ROBIN V. ELECTRONIC ARTS, INC.

The petition for a writ of certiorari is denied. Justice

Breyer took no part in the consideration or decision of this

petition.

17-5854 DAKER, WASEEM V. FERRERO, JOE, ET AL.

17-6059 WELLS, KELVIN V. BERRYHILL, ACTING COMM'R OF SSA

The motions of petitioners for leave to proceed in forma

pauperis are denied, and the petitions for writs of certiorari

are dismissed. See Rule 39.8.

17-6197 FULTON, DARRELL G. V. UNITED STATES

The petition for a writ of certiorari is denied. Justice

Sotomayor took no part in the consideration or decision of this

petition.

17-6253 WILLISTON, DAKOTA L. V. UNITED STATES

The petition for a writ of certiorari is denied. Justice

Gorsuch took no part in the consideration or decision of this

petition.

HABEAS CORPUS DENIED

17-6348 IN RE KEITH J. ANDERSON

17-6356 IN RE JERRY M. BREWER

17-6369 IN RE CALVIN J. WILLIAMS

The petitions for writs of habeas corpus are denied.

MANDAMUS DENIED

17-6032 IN RE COREY B. EIB

17-6203 IN RE JOSEPH DICKEY

17-6274 IN RE ABDULLAH JOHNSON

The petitions for writs of mandamus are denied.

17-6304 IN RE MASOUD BAMDAD

The motion of petitioner for leave to proceed in forma

pauperis is denied, and the petition for a writ of mandamus is

dismissed. See Rule 39.8.

17-5827 IN RE TOMMY PHILLIPS

17-6251 IN RE BENJAMIN TILLMAN

The petitions for writs of mandamus and/or prohibition are

denied.

17-5810 IN RE DAVID PANNELL

The motion of petitioner for leave to proceed in forma

pauperis is denied, and the petition for a writ of mandamus

and/or prohibition is dismissed. See Rule 39.8. As the

petitioner has repeatedly abused this Court's process, the Clerk

is directed not to accept any further petitions in noncriminal

matters from petitioner unless the docketing fee required by

Rule 38(a) is paid and the petition is submitted in compliance

with Rule 33.1. See Martin v. District of Columbia Court of

Appeals, 506 U. S. 1 (1992) (per curiam).

REHEARINGS DENIED

16-1417 RODRIGUES, JOSE V. WELLS FARGO BANK, ET AL.

16-8272 GREENE, JEFFERY V. FLORIDA

16-9474 GRAY, ISAAC V. STOUFFER, J. MICHAEL, ET AL.

16-9552 STEWART, CARL W. V. LOUISIANA, ET AL.

17-103 GRIFFIN, W. A. V. COCA-COLA

17-5759 IN RE STEPHEN HARMON

The petitions for rehearing are denied.

16-1321 WONG, CHRISTINA V. ANDERSON, ELLEN, ET AL.

The petition for rehearing is denied. Justice Breyer took

no part in the consideration or decision of this petition.


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