Criminal Law

  • Fyfe v. State   In Fyfe v. State, In addition to imprisonment, the court imposed a $20,000 ...
  • Gamble v. State   In Gamble v. State, Before trial, a forensic psychologist examined plaintiff and reported ...
  • Geisler v. State   In Geisler v. State, Geisler, who was seen sitting in his car in the vicinity of ...
  • In the Matter of the Adoption of S.F.   In In the Matter of the Adoption of S.F., S.F.’s mother’s husband petitioned to ...
  • Jackson v. State   In Jackson v. State,  Jackson was charged with the sexual assault of his ...
  • Morris v. State   In Morris v. State, Morris was convicted of second-degree theft of an item with a market value ...
  • Warlick v. State   In Warlick v. State, In 2006, Warlick applied for an identification card from the Division of Motor Vehicles (“DMV”) using Jason Corgill’s identifying information and name and was issued an ...
  • Young v. State In Young v. State, Young was a driver of a vehicle that began shooting at another vehicle in what the police attributed ...
  • Patterson v. State In Patterson v. State, Patterson, because of multiple convictions, was required to register as a sex offender continuously for life and ...
  • Johnson v. State In Johnson v. State, Johnson, who was convicted of two counts of first-degree sexual assault, kidnapping, and third degree assault, argued that his two sexual assault convictions should be merged into ...

Criminal Law

  • Fyfe v. State   In Fyfe v. State, In addition to imprisonment, the court imposed a $20,000 ...
  • Gamble v. State   In Gamble v. State, Before trial, a forensic psychologist examined plaintiff and reported ...
  • Geisler v. State   In Geisler v. State, Geisler, who was seen sitting in his car in the vicinity of ...
  • In the Matter of the Adoption of S.F.   In In the Matter of the Adoption of S.F., S.F.’s mother’s husband petitioned to ...
  • Jackson v. State   In Jackson v. State,  Jackson was charged with the sexual assault of his ...
  • Morris v. State   In Morris v. State, Morris was convicted of second-degree theft of an item with a market value ...
  • Warlick v. State   In Warlick v. State, In 2006, Warlick applied for an identification card from the Division of Motor Vehicles (“DMV”) using Jason Corgill’s identifying information and name and was issued an ...
  • Young v. State In Young v. State, Young was a driver of a vehicle that began shooting at another vehicle in what the police attributed ...
  • Patterson v. State In Patterson v. State, Patterson, because of multiple convictions, was required to register as a sex offender continuously for life and ...
  • Johnson v. State In Johnson v. State, Johnson, who was convicted of two counts of first-degree sexual assault, kidnapping, and third degree assault, argued that his two sexual assault convictions should be merged into ...