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  • Garfinkel v. Mager, 5D09-1991 & 3273 - Appellee Part I.wmv
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  • Capt. Jack Crawford vs. Japan Airline case US Court Opinions Represent by Capt. Jack Crawford /blog/captjackjal FOR PUBLICATION UNITED STATES COURT OF APPEALS FOR THE NINTH CIRCUIT www.ca9.uscourts.gov MARTIN VENTRESS, Plaintiff-Appellant, and JACK CRAWFORD, Plaintiff, No. 04-17353 DC No.CV-03-00451-SPK JAPAN AIRLINES; HAWAII AVIATION CONTRACT SERVICES, INC.; DOES 1-10 INCLUSIVE; JALWAYS CO., LTD., a subsidiary of Japan Airlines, Defendants-Appellees. MARTIN VENTRESS, Plaintiff, and JACK CRAWFORD, Plaintiff-Appellant, No. 05-15044 v. DC No.CV-03-00451-SPK JAPAN AIRLINES; HAWAII AVIATION CONTRACT SERVICES, INC.; DOES 1-10 INCLUSIVE; JALWAYS CO., LTD., a subsidiary of Japan Airlines, Defendants-Appellees. 4523 Appeal from the United States District Court for the District of Hawaii Samuel P. King, Senior Judge, Presiding Appeal from the United States District Court for the District of Hawaii Leslie E. Kobayashi, Magistrate Judge, Presiding Argued and Submitted March 9, 2007—Pasadena, California Filed April 24, 2007 Before: Alfred T. Goodwin, Robert R. Beezer, and Richard C. Tallman, Circuit Judges. Opinion by Judge Goodwin COUNSEL Martin Ventress, Pro Se, Houston, Texas, for the plaintiffappellant; Charles H. Brower, Shawn A. Luiz, Honolulu, Hawaii, for plaintiff-appellant Crawford. Andrew L. Pepper, Carlsmith Ball LLP, Honolulu, Hawaii, for defendants-appellees Japan Airlines & Jalways Co., Ltd. Carl H. Osaki, Honolulu, Hawaii, for defendant-appellee Hawaii Aviation Contract Services, Inc. OPINION GOODWIN, Circuit ...
  • Marvin L Williams Esquire CPA Holly J Ford Join Philadelphia's DHS Child Slaughter Fraud 06-08-10. RULE TO SHOW CAUSE, In The Court of Common Pleas of Philadelphia County Family Court Domestic Relations Division DR 0C0&05124: LORRAINE GRINAGE v ERICK BROWN. AND NOW, this 8th day of June, 2010, upon consideration of Petitioner's petition and motion, a Rule is granted upon Respondent, Erick Brown to show cause why the within Emergency Petition for Special Relief should not be granted. RULE RETURNABLE, on the 17th day of June, 2010, at the FAMILY COURT BUILDING, 46 South 11th Street, Room 280, 2nd Floor, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania at 1:30 PM Before Master Williams. Signed James M. Welkie, Esquire Master in Custody and Support By The Court: signed Kevin M. Dougherty J. UNITED STATES COURT OF APPEALS THIRD CIRCUIT US DISTRICT COURT FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF PENNSYLVANIA 601 Market Street, Room 2609, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19106-1797 CIRCUIT COURT DOCKET NO. _______________ FULL CAPTION IN DISTRICT COURT AS FOLLOWS ROXANNE GRINAGE V. FERN BROWN CAPLAN, ESQUIRE, ET AL DISTRICT COURT DOCKET NO. 2:09-cv-04119-MSG This appeal is from May 11, 2010 Order regarding Official Corruption Fraud Forced Commerce Extortion Perjury Defendant Timothy E. Posssenti, Esquire, PC and no other party in District Court Action 209cv04119-MSG. Copies have been provided for Appellee Timothy E. Possenti, Esquire; District Court Judge; Third Circuit Court of Appeals and ...
  • MacLafferty vs. MacLafferty - Part 3 The Supreme Court reverses the trial court and restores child support payments to $406 because the mother's new employment was not substantial enough to render this amount unreasonable. In this dissolution case, the Marion Superior Court granted a father's petition to modify his child support obligation. The Court of Appeals affirmed, holding that the trial court did not err in reducing the father's support obligation based only on the mother's increased income. MacLafferty v. MacLafferty, 811 NE2d 450 (Ind. Ct. App. 2004), vacated. The Supreme Court has granted a petition to transfer the case, thus vacating the opinion of the Court of Appeals, and has assumed jurisdiction over the appeal. Attorney for Appellant Bryan Lee Ciyou Indianapolis, IN Attorney for Appellee Michael Cheerva Indianapolis, IN
  • MacLafferty vs. MacLafferty - Part 4 The Supreme Court reverses the trial court and restores child support payments to $406 because the mother's new employment was not substantial enough to render this amount unreasonable. In this dissolution case, the Marion Superior Court granted a father's petition to modify his child support obligation. The Court of Appeals affirmed, holding that the trial court did not err in reducing the father's support obligation based only on the mother's increased income. MacLafferty v. MacLafferty, 811 NE2d 450 (Ind. Ct. App. 2004), vacated. The Supreme Court has granted a petition to transfer the case, thus vacating the opinion of the Court of Appeals, and has assumed jurisdiction over the appeal. Attorney for Appellant Bryan Lee Ciyou Indianapolis, IN Attorney for Appellee Michael Cheerva Indianapolis, IN
  • Hey Teves - an alternate perspective www.1 - Sponsored this. 1SaleADay has amazing gadgets & cutting-edge electronics. 20% of 1SaleADay's proceeds are donated to help fight poverty around the world. By Eli Federman - Hey Teves Court Ruling Thursday, January 01, 2009 2 AM Here is the higher court ruling affirming the lower court, on the successful court battle over the Lubavitcher Rebbe's library (I downloaded the decision from the legal database Westlaw). The Second Circuit Court of Appeals affirmed the concept of a Rebbe living for the purposes of serving the people. Also interesting to note that the genre of some books (anti-religious and anti-Semitic) was evidence that the books could not have been part of the Rebbe's personal library. The court stated, "The library contains books of all sorts, including anti-religious and anti-Semitic books, and is not limited to rabbinic and sacred writings. Testimony at the trial by the librarian and by experts indicated that a Chasidic Rebbe would not deliberately read--much less own--such books. Nobel Prize winner Elie Wiesel testified at the trial that it was contrary to Chasidic philosophy for a Rebbe to amass a personal fortune or to collect and display a valuable personal library. The librarian who was assigned to purchase volumes and to maintain the library stated that Rabbi Schneersohn planned to create "a library for researchers," comparable to the library of the Jewish Theological Seminary or to the British Museum." 833 F.2d 431 United States ...
  • Basse dance appellee PATIENCE - Pierre Attaignant from Dixhuit basses dances 1530 further reading: Aldo Bova Ernst Stolz
  • JOHN E STEELE - CROOKED US JUDGE (Fort Myers, Lee County, FL) and scam 'OR 569/875" Defendant-Appellee corrupt US District Judges John E. Steele (Fort Myers) and Richard A. Lazzara (Tampa) conspired to extend "Lee County" fraud-scheme and scam OR 569/875 in exchange for Defendants' bribes.
  • Third Circuit Appeal Clarifies Timothy E Possenti Esquire Fraud Commerce Extortion Child Slaughter http Appealed MSG Order of May 11, 2010 is related to USDC PaED 209cv05448BMS and 210cv00179MSG all Official Corruption Fraud Forced Commerce Perjury Pro Se Federal Crime Victim Witness Pro Se Plaintiff Complaints treated by Eastern District with decisive prejudice in favor of protecting state court positioned colleaguesFern Brown Caplan Esquire and Timothy E. Possenti Esquire PC commercial litigation attorneys acting criminally and admitted to practice in Eastern Pennsylvania courts and their child abuser personal injury inflicting clients beneficiaries of perjury Erick Brown and Saundra Sullivan who benefit by Fern Brown Caplan's Timothy E Possenti, Esquire's and Judge Robert J. Matthews 24 felony crimes in CCP Family Court DR No. 0C0705124 having no municipal state or federal legal justification decisively repeatedly and prejudicially enforced and reinforced by ABA Litigant Rated F and D- state Judge Robert J. Matthews on March 2, 2010 validated by PA Eastern District Judge Mitchell Goldberg to cause prolonged child abuse and verified child maltreatment injuries suffered by Ezekiel Zadkiel Brown and Arriyel Roxanne Brown Lorraine Grinage's children and on March 6, 7, 8 and 9 false arrest, false imprisonment, prolonged child abuse verified exacerbated child maltreatment child abuse personal injuries theft of education careers and business earnings suffered by Roxanne ...
  • Ohio Supreme Court - The Fisher Case 3 - Tesno Paul Fisher vs. Emma Hasenjager (Case #2006-1853 & 2006-1815). Jim Tesno, of Celina, Ohio, from the Oral Arguments of the Fishercase. Attorney Jim Tesno of Celina, Ohio presents the appellee, Emma Hasenjager's, oral arguments. The trial was held on June 6, 2007 at the Ohio Justice Center, Ohio Supreme Court.
  • John V. Doe vs. Holy See - Part A UNITED STATES COURT OF APPEALS FOR THE NINTH CIRCUIT John V. Doe, Plaintiff-Appellee v. Holy See, Defendant-Appellant
  • Administrative Tool Citizens Public Docket Attracts Ethical Family Court Scheduling Philadelphia Pa http Appealed MSG Order of May 11, 2010 is related to USDC PaED 209cv05448BMS and 210cv00179MSG all Official Corruption Fraud Forced Commerce Perjury Pro Se Federal Crime Victim Witness Pro Se Plaintiff Complaints treated by Eastern District with decisive prejudice in favor of protecting state court positioned colleaguesFern Brown Caplan Esquire and Timothy E. Possenti Esquire PC commercial litigation attorneys acting criminally and admitted to practice in Eastern Pennsylvania courts and their child abuser personal injury inflicting clients beneficiaries of perjury Erick Brown and Saundra Sullivan who benefit by Fern Brown Caplan's Timothy E Possenti, Esquire's and Judge Robert J. Matthews 24 felony crimes in CCP Family Court DR No. 0C0705124 having no municipal state or federal legal justification decisively repeatedly and prejudicially enforced and reinforced by ABA Litigant Rated F and D- state Judge Robert J. Matthews on March 2, 2010 validated by PA Eastern District Judge Mitchell Goldberg to cause prolonged child abuse and verified child maltreatment injuries suffered by Ezekiel Zadkiel Brown and Arriyel Roxanne Brown Lorraine Grinage's children and on March 6, 7, 8 and 9 false arrest, false imprisonment, prolonged child abuse verified exacerbated child maltreatment child abuse personal injuries theft of education careers and business earnings suffered by Roxanne Grinage Willie Brownson Lorraine Grinage Ezekiel Zadkiel Brown Arriyel ...
  • 2011 William Minor Lile Moot Court Competition Final Round Finalists addressed whether there is a dangerous patient exception or a constructive waiver to the psychotherapist-patient privilege, and whether the introduction of hearsay evidence during the sentencing phase of a capital criminal trial violates the Confrontation Clause. Dan Gocek and Chris Cariello represented the appellant; Lynzi Archibald and Matthew Hanson represented the appellee. Judges included Barbara Keenan, 4th US Circuit Court of Appeals; Eugene E. Siler Jr., 6th US Circuit Court of Appeals; and David S. Tatel, DC Circuit Court of Appeals. Students argued the case on April 9, 2011.
  • Basse Danse Pierre Attaingnant (or Attaignant) (c. 1494 -- late 1551 or 1552) was a French music printer, active in Paris. Attaingnant is considered to be first large-scale publisher of single-impression movable type for music-printing, thus making it possible to print faster and cheaper than predecessors such as Ottaviano Petrucci. Attaingnant is often falsely attributed with being the first to develop this technique; however, sufficient evidence exists to suggest that John Rastell, an English printer in London, was the first to use single-impression printing in 1520 [1]. He published over 1500 chansons by many different composers. In this collections the Paris composers, like Claudin de Sermisy, Pierre Sandrin and Pierre Certon, are prominently present, but Clément Janequin is at the top of the list with five books of chansons, dedicated to his chansons only. He acquired royal privileges for his music books, which were renewed many times. Eventually he was named imprimeur et libraire du Roy en musique (Royal music-printer and librarian). Attaingnant's major contribution to music printing consists in his popularizing the single-impression method for music printing, which he first employed in his 1528 publication Chansons nouvelles en musique à quatre parties. In this system, the individual notes were printed directly onto segments of staff, and so the notes, staff lines, and text could all be printed with one send through the printing press. The main disadvantage of this method was ...
  • October 8th, 2006 Race Dwarf Legend Race Racing Course a l'Autodrome St-Eustache de Legende-Modifiee appellee autrefois Mini-Legende 08/10/2006 Race at the Autodrome St-Eustache is in 2006 the only canadian Nascar racetrack, on 10/08/06 Courtoisie/Courtesy of Prodlec Inc. www.prodlec.tv
  • Kagan vs citizens united. ORAL ARGUMENT OF ELENA KAGAN ON BEHALF OF THE APPELLEE GENERAL KAGAN: Mr. Chief Justice and may it please the Court: I have three very quick points to make about the government position. The first is that this issue has a long history. For over 100 years Congress has made a judgment that corporations must be subject to special rules when they participate in elections and this Court has never questioned that judgment. Number two - JUSTICE SCALIA: Wait, wait, wait, wait. We never questioned it, but we never approved it, either. And we gave some really weird interpretations to the Taft-Hartley Act in order to avoid confronting the question. GENERAL KAGAN: I will repeat what I said, Justice Scalia: For 100 years this Court, faced with many opportunities to do so, left standing the legislation that is at issue in this case — first the contribution limits, then the expenditure limits that came in by way of Taft-Hartley — and then of course in Austin specifically approved those limits. JUSTICE SCALIA: I dont understand what you are saying. I mean, we are not a self — self-starting institution here. We only disapprove of something when somebody asks us to. And if there was no occasion for us to approve or disapprove, it proves nothing whatever that we didnt disapprove it. GENERAL KAGAN: Well, you are not a self-starting institution. But many litigants brought many cases to you in 1907 and onwards and in each case this Court turns down, declined the opportunity, to ...
  • MacLafferty vs. MacLafferty - Part 1 The Supreme Court reverses the trial court and restores child support payments to $406 because the mother's new employment was not substantial enough to render this amount unreasonable. In this dissolution case, the Marion Superior Court granted a father's petition to modify his child support obligation. The Court of Appeals affirmed, holding that the trial court did not err in reducing the father's support obligation based only on the mother's increased income. MacLafferty v. MacLafferty, 811 NE2d 450 (Ind. Ct. App. 2004), vacated. The Supreme Court has granted a petition to transfer the case, thus vacating the opinion of the Court of Appeals, and has assumed jurisdiction over the appeal. Attorney for Appellant Bryan Lee Ciyou Indianapolis, IN Attorney for Appellee Michael Cheerva Indianapolis, IN
  • Peter Joseph amp;#39;s Response to Stefan Molyneux Zeitgeist Moving Forward
  • Ben's Argument for the Appellee ***Pact Judicial 2008. After a very, very long and emotionally/mentally straining day, some of us start to go crazy...Ok, so Mary Stevens is a homeless woman who's accused of murder and the police searched her stuff without a warrant, thus violating her 4th Amendment rights. The trial court ruled that she had no privacy rights b/c she's homeless. Now Ben is arguing in the Court of Appeals. This is his emotional (not to mention disrespectful) rant he prepared for the judge. Hahaha. Wow. FYI: it's just a joke, he didn't really use this. :D
  • MacLafferty vs. MacLafferty - Part 2 The Supreme Court reverses the trial court and restores child support payments to $406 because the mother's new employment was not substantial enough to render this amount unreasonable. In this dissolution case, the Marion Superior Court granted a father's petition to modify his child support obligation. The Court of Appeals affirmed, holding that the trial court did not err in reducing the father's support obligation based only on the mother's increased income. MacLafferty v. MacLafferty, 811 NE2d 450 (Ind. Ct. App. 2004), vacated. The Supreme Court has granted a petition to transfer the case, thus vacating the opinion of the Court of Appeals, and has assumed jurisdiction over the appeal. Attorney for Appellant Bryan Lee Ciyou Indianapolis, IN Attorney for Appellee Michael Cheerva Indianapolis, IN