Oct 11, 2017 ... Through this action, Plaintiff Joan Shelley ("Plaintiff") seeks to recover ... Presently before the Court is Defendant's Motion for Summary Judgment ... Bassett and Drum about whether the excavator could widen the well on all ... From Casetext: Smarter Legal Research Shelley v. Cnty. of San Joaquin UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT EASTERN DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA No. 2:13-cv-00266-MCE-DB (E.D. Cal. Oct. 11, 2017)Copy Citation JOAN SHELLEY, MICHELLE LOFTIS, SANDRA HOYOPATUBBI, Plaintiffs, v. COUNTY OF SAN JOAQUIN; SHERIFF STEVE MOORE, in his Official Capacity as Sheriff of San Joaquin County and STEVE MOORE, individually; Does 1 to 100, Defendants. MORRISON C. ENGLAND, JR. UNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE Through this action, Plaintiff Joan Shelley ("Plaintiff") seeks to recover damages from the County of San Joaquin ("Defendant" or "County"), on grounds that the County exhumed the body of Plaintiff's daughter, Jo Ann Hobson, in a careless and wrongful fashion. Plaintiff premises federal jurisdiction on alleged violations of the United States Constitution under 42 U.S.C. § 1983. Presently before the Court is Defendant's Motion for Summary Judgment brought on grounds that no genuine triable issues of fact exist with regard to its liability and that the County is accordingly entitled to judgment as a matter of law under Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 56. While Plaintiff's surviving daughters, Michelle Loftis and Sandra Hoyopatubbi, were also originally named as Plaintiffs in this action, the parties filed a Notice of Settlement on July 20, 2016, indicating that a settlement had been reached as to any claims brought by Loftis and Hoyopatubbi. Therefore, this action proceeds only as to Plaintiff Shelley's claims.
Nov 2, 2018 ... This report is intended to provide Judge Joan Lefkow, Senior United States District ... Court Monitor's thorough assessment on the Defendants' (and others ... results, and identify and widen application of successful solutions.---
Apr 22, 2002 ... Stuart A. Vanmeveren, District Attorney, Loren B. Schall, Assistant District Attorney, Mary Joan Berenato, ... We agree with the trial court that the officer seized the defendant and his van ... The officer saw Heilman's eyes widen. This case has been cited by these opinions: Get Citation Alerts Toggle Dropdown INS v. Delgado, 466 U.S. 210 (7 times) Michigan v. Chesternut, 486 U.S. 567 (7 times) People v. Jackson, 39 P.3d 1174 (Colo. 2002) (6 times) Terry v. Ohio, 392 U.S. 1 (5 times) People v. Rodriguez, 945 P.2d 1351 (Colo. 1997) (5 times) People v. Heilman, 52 P.3d 224 (Colo. 2002) Precedential Status: Precedential The PEOPLE of the State of Colorado, Plaintiff-Appellant, Gary James HEILMAN, Defendant-Appellee. Supreme Court of Colorado, En Banc. Stuart A. Vanmeveren, District Attorney, Loren B. Schall, Assistant District Attorney, Mary Joan Berenato, Deputy District Attorney, Fort Collins, CO, Attorneys for Plaintiff-Appellant. Daniel E. Quinn, Fort Collins, CO, Attorney for Defendant-Appellee. *226 Justice HOBBS delivered the Opinion of the Court. In this interlocutory appeal, the prosecution challenges the trial court's suppression of evidence obtained as a result of the search of a lawfully parked van. We agree with the trial court that the officer seized the defendant and his van without reasonable suspicion and hold that the trial court properly suppressed evidence obtained from this illegal seizure. The encounter between the defendant and the officer was not consensual. State Trooper Robert F. Kaminky (Officer Kaminky) was on patrol on the afternoon of June 22, 2001 in Larimer County, Colorado. He was driving by Donath Lake, located near the intersection of County Roads 30E and 30, when he observed a plumbing van parked in a pull-off area that bordered the lake. Two men were sitting inside the van and one man was standing just outside of it.
During the murder trial, Joan was even accused of being a lesbian.29 Thus ... Joan Little (right) and her mother leave the Beaufort County Courthouse ... ential began to widen even more, and by 1980, it was 75 percent higher than the. North's. Our systems have detected unusual traffic activity from your network. Please complete this reCAPTCHA to demonstrate that it's you making the requests and not a robot. If you are having trouble seeing or completing this challenge, this page may help. If you continue to experience issues, you can contact JSTOR support. Block Reference: #d0b6b7e0-6dc2-11ea-aae5-e1badd04de01 Date and time: Tue, 24 Mar 2020 11:30:08 GMT ©2000-2020 ITHAKA. All Rights Reserved. JSTOR®, the JSTOR logo, JPASS®, and ITHAKA® are registered trademarks of ITHAKA.
Joan received her J.D. with honors from Golden Gate University School of Law. She served as a Settlement Commissioner for the Alameda County Superior Court, ... For over twenty years, Deirdre Joan Cox has practiced in the construction and public contracting field. Joan’s practice involves representing public agencies in complex construction matters, including strategizing development and procurement approaches, drafting construction documents, including performance and payment bonds and parent guarantees, advising clients during the course of construction, claims review and analysis, and claims resolution, including mediation, arbitration, and litigation. She assists in the resolution of issues that occur at the intersections between funding, design, acquisition, and construction. She serves as special counsel to a number of local agencies and general counsel for the Olivehurst Public Utility District. She has extensive litigation experience in state and federal court. Her efforts, from a project’s early stages through trial and beyond, allow public agencies to deliver public projects on time and on budget. Her experience includes multi-million dollar projects for cities, counties, and other municipalities, including hospitals, community college, school and special districts, and other commercial facilities in myriad bond funded projects, individual projects, and capital improvement programs. She has particular experience in lease revenue bond financing, Mello-Roos bonds, public private partnerships, and other financing mechanisms. Joan has extensive experience working with public entity clients to develop construction project manuals: “front-end” construction documents for all types of public works projects using delivery methods that involve competitive bidding utilizing lowest responsive, responsible bidding and “best value” concepts for traditional hard bid / design-bid-build, design-build, construction manager at risk, and lease-leaseback delivery mechanisms. She also drafts contracts for architects, engineers and other professionals.
constitutional protections afforded defendants and convicted offenders, and
public ... both widen the argument, taking in broader intellectual concepts, and
narrow it, ... population, according to Joan Petersilia, has forced control out of the
hands of ... ú the same percentage of prisons under court order to improve
conditions of ...
Jun 19, 2017 ... Joan Kinger, 76, died at the scene. ... The causing driver also is named as a
defendant in the lawsuit, filed earlier this month in Snohomish County Superior
Court. ... package that included $127 million to widen the highway to the
Snohomish River Bridge and add an interchange at Paradise Lake Road.
Jun 4, 2011 ... This Article began as a paper for Professor Joan. Petersilia's class ... mentoring
program in the Buffalo Veterans Treatment Court, and is used frequently by the ...
Fort Carson, eighty percent of the soldiers accused of homicide had ... common
criticism of treatment courts generally is that they “widen the net”;.
Aug 30, 2007 ... felony defendants in state trial courts indicates that in 2002, about a fourth of the
felony ... 50 Joan Petersilia, California Policy Research Center, ... judges to “
widen the net,” to use those corrections resources for low-risk ...
alternative strategies in responding to defendants with mental disorders. ... False:
Research shows that mental health courts inevitably result in net-widening by.