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MONDAY, MARCH 4, 2013
ORDERS IN PENDING CASES
12M95 JAFFE, ROBERT J. V. PREGERSON, JUDGE, USDC CD CA
The motion to direct the Clerk to file a petition for a writ of certiorari out of time is denied.
12-142 MUTUAL PHARMACEUTICAL CO. V. BARTLETT, KAREN L.
The motion of the Solicitor General for leave to participate in oral argument as amicus curiae and for divided argument is granted.
12-307 UNITED STATES V. WINDSOR, EDITH S., ET AL.
The joint motion for enlargement of time and divided argument is granted and the time is to be divided as follows: On the jurisdiction issues, the Court-appointed amicus curiae is allotted 20 minutes, the Solicitor General is allotted 15 minutes, and respondent Bipartisan Legal Advisory Group of the U.S. House of Representatives is allotted 15 minutes. On the merits, respondent Bipartisan Legal Advisory Group of the U.S. House of Representatives is allotted 30 minutes, the Solicitor General is allotted 15 minutes, and respondent Edith Windsor is allotted 15 minutes.
12-418 UNITED STATES V. KEBODEAUX, ANTHONY J.
The motion of the Solicitor General to dispense with printing the joint appendix is granted.
12-8191 MISSUD, PATRICK A. V. SEC, ET AL.
The motion of petitioner for leave to proceed in forma pauperis is denied. Petitioner is allowed until March 25, 2013, within which to pay the docketing fee required by Rule 38(a) and to submit a petition in compliance with Rule 33.1 of the Rules of this Court.
CERTIORARI GRANTED
12-574 WALDEN, ANTHONY V. FIORE, GINA, ET AL.
CERTIORARI DENIED
11-9137 JOHNSON, CATERINA V. SEC
11-9843 LYONS, MICHAEL V. MITCHELL, SUPT., OLD COLONY
12-429 LEBOWITZ, ADAM W. V. UNITED STATES
12-457 CA PHYSICIANS' SERVICE V. HARLICK, JEANENE
12-535 JASPER, CARL W. V. SEC
12-560 MARCAVAGE, MICHAEL, ET AL. V. NEW YORK, NY, ET AL.
12-658 PRICE, CHRISTOPHER L. V. THOMAS, COMM'R, AL DOC
12-667 WALTERS, BIZZIE, ET AL. V. McMAHEN, TODD, ET AL.
12-680 SCIBILIA, ROSARIO V. VERIZON COMMUNICATIONS, ET AL.
12-698 CRAWLEY, MELISSA V. MINNESOTA
12-770 ROGERS, BRIDGETTE E. V. OKLAHOMA
12-771 REASONOVER, KIRK, ET AL. V. HODGES, JACQUELINE T., ET AL.
12-774 MERISIER, CARLINE V. BANK OF AMERICA, N.A.
12-775 KENNEY, JOHN B. V. JAPAN, ET AL.
12-792 DIBBS, STEPHEN V. MAZZARELLI, ANGELA, ET AL.
12-795 WILLIAM JEFFERSON & CO., INC. V. ORANGE CTY. ASSESSMENT BD.
12-844 SLEDGE, SAMUEL V. BELLWOOD SCHOOL DISTRICT 88
12-856 CORNISH, CORNELL D. V. KAPPOS, DAVID J., ET AL.
12-866 DOE, JOHN, ET AL. V. DELNOR COMMUNITY HEALTH SYSTEMS
12-867 POTUGARI, SRI V. V. ALABAMA
12-868 ONYIAH, LEONARD C. V. ST. CLOUD STATE UNIV., ET AL.
12-888 OYSTER BAY, NY V. KIRKLAND, GALEN D., ET AL.
12-890 FERMIN, FREDERICK C. V. UNITED STATES
12-896 NEGER, ISAAC V. MARYLAND
12-909 BOURDON, JONATHAN, ET AL. V. MABUS, SEC. OF NAVY, ET AL.
12-913 ABRAHAM, JOSEPH V. PENNSYLVANIA
12-914 BACH, JEREMY D. V. RYAN, DIR., AZ DOC
12-922 MARICOPA COUNTY, AZ, ET AL. V. WAGNER, YVON
12-925 LEWIS, SHERRON L. V. SUTHERS, ATT'Y GEN. OF CO
12-943 SUBRAMANIAN, MANI V. QAD, INC., ET AL.
12-947 CRONIN, LAWRENCE, ET AL. V. SPOKANE POLICE DEPT., ET AL.
12-948 RUMBURG, MARK V. McHUGH, SEC. OF ARMY
12-959 CASTILLA-LUGO, EDDIE V. UNITED STATES
12-6578 GONZALEZ, ALEJANDRO V. UNITED STATES
12-7049 OWENS, DWIGHT D. V. UNITED STATES
12-7119 MENDOZA, FRANK E. V. UNITED STATES
12-7504 WILLIAMS, DORIAN V. UNITED STATES
12-7936 McCASKEY, DeSHANE A. V. HENRY, JANA, ET AL.
12-7947 PATTERSON, JASON V. ILLINOIS
12-7950 WHITE, MAXWELL V. OHIO
12-7951 SOMERVILLE, KEITH L. V. THALER, DIR., TX DOC
12-7952 K. W. V. NJ DIV. OF YOUTH & FAMILY SERV.
12-7955 DELOSSANTOS, ALEXIS V. UNITED STATES
12-7960 ROWLS, KENNETH M. V. MICHIGAN
12-7962 SPRINGS, VENUS V. ALLY FINANCIAL INC., ET AL.
12-7963 MOROZOVA, NATALIA V. CALLOW, EDWARD
12-7965 PUGH, LEON V. HIGGINS, LISA M.
12-7976 TAGLIAFERRI, ANGELA, ET AL. V. WINTER PARK HOUSING AUTHORITY
12-7977 PERNA, DEBORAH A. V. LATTIMORE, WARDEN
12-7978 MOLYNEAUX, SALOMON V. FL DOC
12-7979 PICKENS, ANDRE D. V. CHRONES, WARDEN
12-7980 ON, TRI Q. V. HOUSTON, WARDEN
12-7981 ODOMS, JOHN B. V. SKOLNIK, HOWARD, ET AL.
12-7984 MISSOURI, DARNELL V. BIRKETT, WARDEN
12-7987 WATSON, CHARLES V. WRIGHT, LESTER N., ET AL.
12-8009 CAREY, ANTHONY L. V. ALABAMA
12-8011 BUSH, RONSON K. V. OKLAHOMA
12-8025 O'HALLORAN, EUGENE D. V. NEW YORK
12-8027 EDMISTON, MARY V. WELLS FARGO BANK
12-8045 BRAMMER, JAMES V. CALIFORNIA
12-8051 RICHARDSON, DEWAYNE V. UNITED STATES, ET AL.
12-8078 GREER, FLENOID V. MICHIGAN
12-8079 CARR, CATHY V. TRAFFIC COURT OF TYLER, TX
12-8084 ROUSE, CALVIN N. V. WASHINGTON
12-8092 WARD, JAMAL L. V. MEDINA, WARDEN, ET AL.
12-8104 EPPS, DARNELL V. SHEAHAN, SUPT., FIVE POINTS
12-8108 SOUZA, MATTHEW A. V. CALIFORNIA
12-8118 JONES, JOSEPH L. V. WASHINGTON
12-8120 BYARS, JAMES D. V. MICHIGAN
12-8147 LAUDERMILL, JAMES L. V. CALIFORNIA
12-8157 SHANNON S. V. NEW YORK
12-8170 CORTEZ-MELO, RAUL V. ILLINOIS
12-8176 THOMAS, JAMES A. V. TEXAS
12-8213 LOPEZ, VIRGINIA H. V. CALIFORNIA
12-8222 PEARSON, LINDSEY V. SMITH, WARDEN
12-8227 THOMAS, B. J. V. ROMANOWSKI, WARDEN
12-8228 BLACKMON, ROY V. BOOKER, WARDEN
12-8243 ROBERTS, KENNETH G. V. TAYLOR, WARDEN
12-8260 PERDOMO, CARLOS V. HEDGPETH, WARDEN
12-8277 THOMPSON, PERRIE V. LEWIS, ACTING WARDEN
12-8297 GIOGLIO, JEFFREY P. V. MICHIGAN
12-8299 ESTRADA-LOPEZ, DANIEL V. OHIO
12-8316 DYER, JOSEPH P. V. MORROW, WARDEN
12-8354 BUEHNER, MICHAEL V. LaROSE, WARDEN
12-8363 BROWN, ANDRE L. V. BAUMAN, WARDEN
12-8377 SMITH, STANLEY C. V. NEW JERSEY
12-8389 WOODS, CARLOS V. MARYLAND
12-8390 WHITMAN, DESHAWN V. BERGHUIS, WARDEN
12-8391 WILSON, WILLIE V. CREWS, SEC., FL DOC, ET AL.
12-8401 YOKELY, SHON RAMONE V. HEDGPETH, WARDEN
12-8429 BENNETT, JAMES B. V. UNITED STATES
12-8430 ANDERSON, ROBERT A. V. UNITED STATES
12-8431 ABPIKAR, HASSAN V. USDC CD CA
12-8449 WORTHY, DERICK L. V. UNITED STATES
12-8452 BRANDAU, FREDERICK C. V. PASTRANA, WARDEN
12-8453 SESSIONS, ALEX V. UNITED STATES
12-8466 HAMMONDS, RONDELL V. UNITED STATES
12-8467 ANDRADE-TORRES, JESUS V. UNITED STATES
12-8468 BRIS-SOTELO, MARCOS V. UNITED STATES
12-8469 CRENSHAW, KALIFE V. UNITED STATES
12-8471 FLINT, DAVID R. V. CREWS, SEC., FL DOC, ET AL.
12-8482 CARTER, JANICE M. V. UNITED STATES
12-8484 CHEN, ZHOU V. UNITED STATES
12-8493 RAMIREZ, RAUL V. UNITED STATES
12-8495 RICHARDSON, IRVING V. UNITED STATES
12-8496 SNARD, TIMOTHY V. UNITED STATES
12-8502 VAUGHT, DAVID V. UNITED STATES
12-8506 WHITE, JAMES B. V. UNITED STATES
12-8509 GREEN, JUSTIN V. UNITED STATES
12-8512 GOROSAVE, CARLOS A. V. UNITED STATES
12-8515 SIMMONS, GREGORY G. V. UNITED STATES
12-8516 SHAKUR, RASHEED G. V. UNITED STATES
12-8517 HARRIS, BENJAMIN V. UNITED STATES
12-8518 HATCHER, SHARON V. UNITED STATES
12-8520 PRINGLE, CHARLES E. V. UNITED STATES
12-8523 REEVES, DARNELL V. UNITED STATES
12-8526 RUSSELL, DEREK V. UNITED STATES
12-8529 SYKES, DAMON V. UNITED STATES
12-8532 COTA-BECERRA, RUBEN V. UNITED STATES
12-8533 CIRESI, ROBERT S. V. UNITED STATES
12-8535 MARMOLEJO, MARCOS V. UNITED STATES
12-8541 LEWIS, KEVIN V. UNITED STATES
12-8546 NATSON, MICHAEL A. V. UNITED STATES
12-8550 LEWIS, TYRONE V. UNITED STATES
12-8553 BROWN, SCOTT V. UNITED STATES
12-8557 BARREN, DAVID V. UNITED STATES
12-8558 PETTIGREW, RODNEY V. UNITED STATES
12-8559 PEGESE, MARION V. UNITED STATES
12-8560 MURPHY, MARCO D. V. UNITED STATES
12-8562 DOWNS, ROJAUN V. UNITED STATES
12-8563 JACKSON, LEE A. V. UNITED STATES
12-8566 MATIAS, EFRAIN V. UNITED STATES
12-8570 WASHINGTON, LAVANT V. V. UNITED STATES
12-8575 HENRIQUES, OSBOURNE K. V. UNITED STATES
12-8576 WATKINS, KENNETH V. UNITED STATES
12-8589 McKINLEY, SCOTT H. V. UNITED STATES
12-8596 PINEDA-SANCHEZ, OCTAVIANO V. UNITED STATES
12-8602 GREEN, ANTHONY D. V. FLORIDA
12-8606 HARMER, GRENDA R. V. BRANDON, WARDEN
The petitions for writs of certiorari are denied.
12-782 McMASTER, MURRIAH, ET AL. V. SMALL, JOHN W.
The motion of respondent for leave to proceed in forma pauperis is denied. The petition for a writ of certiorari is denied.
12-8035 MILLER, MARSHALL R. V. McCABE, WARDEN
12-8473 GILES, DALE V. UNITED STATES
12-8501 WILSON, LEVI A. V. UNITED STATES
The petitions for writs of certiorari are denied. Justice Kagan took no part in the consideration or decision of these petitions.
12-8513 RICH, ROBERT V. TAMEZ, WARDEN
The motion of petitioner for leave to proceed in forma pauperis is denied, and the petition for a writ of certiorari 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).
MANDAMUS DENIED
12-8538 IN RE GEORGE AGENT
The petition for a writ of mandamus is denied.
REHEARINGS DENIED
10-11255 EASLEY, WILLIE J. V. UNITED STATES
11-10412 HARDY, DAVID V. WEST, MARK, ET AL.
11-10740 HOLSTON, REGINALD L. V. TUCKER, SEC., FL DOC
12-568 PIERSON, RAYMOND H. V. ORLANDO HEALTH, ET AL.
12-5306 MOORE, KEVIN V. FED. BUREAU OF PRISONS
12-5319 HISTON, LARRY V. CHAPPELL, WARDEN
12-5436 HALL, KIRT K. V. CAIN, WARDEN
12-6380 SOLIS, RICARDO V. CALIFORNIA
12-6677 WASHINGTON, DONALD V. VIRGA, WARDEN
12-6691 NOURN, NY V. LATTIMORE, WARDEN
12-6846 PUGH, LEON V. OLDE PINK HOUSE RESTAURANT
12-6851 HAMILTON, JAN B. V. CHICAGO INSURANCE CO.
12-6902 JOHNSON, RON V. BRITISH PETROLEUM OF AMERICA
12-6962 JONES, RUFUS V. UNIVERSITY OF ROCHESTER
12-7034 COX, LeJONATHAN E. V. BISCOE, CHUCK, ET AL.
12-7044 JOHNSON, LARRY V. OHIO
12-7075 HOWARD, VIRGINIA V. HOWARD, SAMUEL, ET AL.
12-7137 RICHARDSON, TERRENCE V. UNITED STATES
12-7160 WILKINSON, LAWONE V. HOLLAND, ACTING WARDEN
12-7245 BERMUDEZ, ELIEZER V. UNEMPLOYMENT COMPENSATION BD.
12-7275 McCALLISTER, QWENTRA O. V. McCALLISTER, WILLIE G.
12-7290 BOYD, TERENCE O. V. LEE, WARDEN
12-7342 PORTILLO, HECTOR D. V. UNITED STATES
12-7482 IN RE VICTOR J. BALZAROTTI
12-7492 POWDRILL, KERMIT H. V. UNITED STATES
12-7499 PARIKH, HARRY V. UPS, ET AL.
12-7638 COMPTON, TRAE J. V. UNITED STATES
The petitions for rehearing are denied.
12-7586 MACKEY, BAKARI D. V. GRABER, WARDEN
12-7621 IN RE LARRY COCHRAN
The petitions for rehearing are denied. Justice Kagan took no part in the consideration or decision of these petitions.