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US v. WILLIAMS

United States Fifth Circuit

Criminal Law and Procedure, Sentencing
02/21/2005 05-20080

LINCOLN GEN. INS. CO. v. REYNA

United States Fifth Circuit
Injury & Tort Law, Insurance Law
Plaintiff-insurance company does not have a duty to defend its policy holder in a personal injury lawsuit where, under the language of the policy,...
02/21/2005 04-20079

US v. DELGADO

United States Fifth Circuit
Criminal Law & Procedure, Evidence
Defendant's conviction for conspiracy to conduct a racketeering enterprise is affirmed over his claims that 1)the evidence was insufficient, 2)the...
02/16/2005 03-41379

TITSWORTH v. DRETKE

United States Fifth Circuit
Criminal Law & Procedure, Habeas Corpus
In a petition for habeas relief, plaintiff's claim that the prosecution failed to discharge its duty to learn of any favorable evidence, under Brady...
02/16/2005 03-11260

NLRB v. SUPERIOR PROT. INC.

United States Fifth Circuit
Administrative Law, Labor & Employment Law
Plaintiff-National Labor Relations Board's application for enforcement of its order, compelling defendant to bargain with United Government Security...
02/16/2005 04-60407

KAUFMAN v. FELDMAN

United States Fifth Circuit

Bankruptcy Law, Constitutional Law
02/15/2005 04-40457

US v. WILLIAMS

United States Fifth Circuit

Criminal Law and Procedure, Sentencing
02/15/2005 05-20080

WALLACE v. COMAL

United States Fifth Circuit
Civil Rights, Labor & Employment Law
In a wrongful termination suit, the district court did not err in denying defendants qualified immunity for their alleged violation of plaintiffs'...
02/15/2005 04-50280

US v. ENGLISH

United States Fifth Circuit
Criminal Law & Procedure
Revocation of defendant's supervised release is affirmed over his claim that the district court did not have jurisdiction to revoke because it was...
02/14/2005 03-21034

ALLSTATE INS. CO. v. DISABILITY SERV.

United States Fifth Circuit
Health Law, Injury & Tort Law, Insurance Law
In an insurance dispute, plaintiff-insurance company has no duty to defend defendant-medical care provider in an underlying personal injury suit due...
02/10/2005 03-21197