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MONDAY, MARCH 5, 2007
(ORDER LIST: 549 U.S.)
CERTIORARI -- SUMMARY DISPOSITIONS
05-809ADAMS, WARDEN V. ZAMORA, JAVIER
The motion of respondent for leave to proceed in forma
pauperis is granted. The petition for a writ of certiorari is granted. The judgment is vacated and the case is remanded to the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit for further consideration in light of Whorton v. Bockting, 549 U. S. ____ (2007).
06-595HARPER, TYLER C., ET AL. V. POWAY SCHOOL DISTRICT, ET AL.
The motion of Kelsie J. Harper for leave to intervene is
denied. Petitioner seeks review of the judgment of the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, which affirmed the district court’s denial of petitioner’s motion for a preliminary injunction. The district court, however, has now entered final judgment dismissing petitioner’s claims for injunctive relief as moot. We have previously dismissed interlocutory appeals from the denials of motions for temporary injunctions once final judgment has been entered. See Pacific Telephone & Telegraph Co. v. Kuykendall, 265 U. S. 196, 205–206 (1924) ; Shaffer v. Carter, 252 U. S. 37, 44 (1920) . In this case, vacatur of the prior judgment is also appropriate to “ ‘clea[r] the path for future relitigation of the issues between the parties and [to] eliminat[e] a judgment, review of which was prevented through happenstance.’ ” Anderson v. Green, 513 U. S. 557, 560 (1995) (per curiam) (quoting United States v. Munsingwear, Inc., 340 U. S. 36, 40 (1950) ) (alterations in original). The petition for a writ of certiorari is granted. The judgment is vacated and the case is remanded to the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit with instructions to dismiss the appeal as moot. See United States v. Munsingwear, Inc., supra. Reported below: 445 F. 3d 1166.
Justice Breyer dissents.
06-8851POTEATE, MARY E. V. CALIFORNIA
The motion of petitioner for leave to proceed in forma
pauperis and the petition for a writ of certiorari are granted.
The judgment is vacated and the case is remanded to the Court of
Appeal of California, First Appellate District for further
consideration in light of Cunningham v. California, 549 U. S. ___ (2007).
ORDERS IN PENDING CASES
06M70JOHNSON-MELVIN, ANITA L. V. MELVIN, WILLIE V.
06M71PIERCE, RONALD G. V. SOARES, WARDEN, ET AL.
The motions to direct the Clerk to file petitions for writs
of certiorari out of time are denied.
06M72HOLSTON, ANDREW V. SUBERS, JUDGE, ET AL.
The motion to direct the Clerk to file a petition for a writ
of certiorari out of time under Rule 14.5 is denied.
06M73IN RE ALI
The motion for leave to file a petition for a writ of habeas
corpus under seal is granted.
05-1157CREDIT SUISSE SEC. (USA), ET AL. V. BILLING, GLEN, ET AL.
The motion of the Solicitor General for leave to participate
in oral argument as amicus curiae and for divided argument is granted. The motion of respondent Milton Pfeiffer for divided argument is denied. The Chief Justice took no part in the consideration or decision of these motions.
06-278MORSE, DEBORAH, ET AL. V. FREDERICK, JOSEPH
The motion of the Solicitor General for leave to participate
in oral argument as amicus curiae and for divided argument is granted.
06-376HINCK, JOHN F., ET UX. V. UNITED STATES
The motion of petitioners to dispense with printing the
joint appendix is granted.
06-480LEEGIN CREATIVE LEATHER PRODUCTS V. PSKS, INC., ET AL.
The motion of the Solicitor General for leave to participate
in oral argument as amicus curiae and for divided argument is granted. The motion of New York State, et al. for leave to participate in oral argument as amici curiae and for divided argument is granted.
06-1169HAMDAN, SALIM A. V. GATES, SEC. OF DEFENSE, ET AL.
The motion of petitioners to expedite consideration of the
petition for a writ of certiorari is denied. Justice Souter and
Justice Breyer would grant the motion to expedite consideration.
06-5247FRY, JOHN F. V. PLILER, WARDEN
06-5306BOWLES, KEITH V. RUSSELL, WARDEN
The motions of the Solicitor General for leave to
participate in oral argument as amicus curiae and for divided argument are granted.
06-8120BRENDLIN, BRUCE E. V. CALIFORNIA
The motion of petitioner for appointment of counsel is granted. Elizabeth M. Campbell, Esq., of Sacramento, California, is appointed to serve as counsel for the petitioner in this case.
CERTIORARI DENIED
05-7314ANDERSON, DOUGLAS J. V. BOCK, WARDEN
05-7474POWELL, DERRICK A. V. McDONOUGH, SEC., FL DOC
05-10360ACKLEY, GARY D. V. WASHINGTON
05-11380STEWARD, ANTHONY M. V. McDONOUGH, SEC., FL DOC
05-11552LAVE, JOSEPH R. V. QUARTERMAN, DIR., TX DCJ
05-11761EDWARDS, WILLIAM V. COLORADO
06-563BRIGHT, JOHN V. WESTMORELAND COUNTY, PA, ET AL.
06-628DUKES, DERRICK R. V. MINNESOTA
06-629DIAZ, JORGE A. V. UNITED STATES
06-747GILLARD, JOHN V. MITCHELL, WARDEN
06-749MORRISON, JOSEPH, ET UX. V. UNITED STATES
06-765NEW MEXICO V. ROMERO, DEL E., ET AL.
06-815REIFERT, JAY V. S. CENT. WI MLS CORP., ET AL.
06-829VERGES, WADE T. V. VERGES, DONNA S.
06-894WALKER, STEPHEN J. V. NEW YORK, ET AL.
06-896KAU-KAU TAKE HOME NO. 1 V. WICHITA, KS
06-897JOHNSON, KENNETH W. V. DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, ET AL.
06-903LEE, CYNTHIA V. HAYDASH, SYLVIA
06-909SMITH, PAMELA V. COCHRAN, DON
06-911BARNES, MICHAEL J. V. JEUDEVINE, KIM K.
06-921REYAD, MOSTAFA V. BANK OF NEW YORK
06-928SERAFINO, ANTONINO V. GONZALES, ATT'Y GEN., ET AL.
06-953SMITH, TYRONE V. DORSEY, WARDEN
06-967LIGHTHOUSE DISASTER RELIEF V. UNITED STATES
06-981PRENTICE, DAVID V. DALCO ELECTRIC, INC.
06-992STONE, MARILYN T., ET AL. V. JONES, TABITHA, ET AL.
06-1009MILES, OPAL K. V. TEXAS
06-1044FRANCHINI, JORGE V. UNITED STATES
06-1054WHEELER, ROBERT J. V. MO DIR. OF REVENUE
06-1067GADDIS, DAVID R. V. UNITED STATES
06-1070LOPEZ, ARNOLDO V. UNITED STATES
06-6718GORBY, OLEN C. V. FLORIDA
06-6785BIRTS, BRODERICK V. UNITED STATES
06-6874CHURCH, ANGELA V. MI DEPT. OF HUMAN SERVICES
06-7514DE MARTINEZ, MARIA IRMA R. V. UNITED STATES
06-7895DAVILA, NOEL V. UNITED STATES
06-7922BARRETT, JACOB H. V. BELLEQUE, SUPT., OR, ET AL.
06-8022NICKERSON, ANANIAS D. V. UNITED STATES
06-8099JOHNSON, WILLIAM V. UNITED STATES
06-8104ESTUPINAN, MANUEL V. UNITED STATES
06-8571KLECKLEY, ROBERT V. McDONOUGH, SEC., FL DOC, ET AL.
06-8576LaPINE, DARRIN V. RENICO, WARDEN
06-8583EARL, RODRICK D. V. QUARTERMAN, DIR., TX DCJ
06-8587DeHERRERA, PATRICK V. LeMASTER, WARDEN
06-8589CLARK, DENNIS K. V. FLORIDA
06-8592JONES, FREEZEL V. JACKSON, WARDEN
06-8593MOSCOSO, RENE V. AYERS, ACTING WARDEN
06-8594MOORE, CURTIS L. V. QUARTERMAN, DIR., TX DCJ
06-8597aL GHASHIYAH, TAYR K. V. SCHNEITER, WARDEN
06-8599JONES, ANDREW D. V. McDONOUGH, SEC., FL DOC
06-8602PARADA, CARLOS V. FLORIDA
06-8603BELLAMY, VERNON J. V. HALLMARK, DIR., OWCP, ET AL.
06-8608BEATTIE, CHARLES K. V. PALMER, WARDEN
06-8612CARR, DAVID V. HAINES, WARDEN
06-8613SMITH, JOE L. V. McDONOUGH, SEC., FL DOC
06-8615SMITH, THADDEUS E. V. CAREY, WARDEN
06-8625HEALY, WAYNE B. V. SPENCER, SUPT., NORFOLK
06-8628MORELAND, DESMOND M. V. SCRIBNER, WARDEN
06-8635JOHNSON, PHILIP V. NEW YORK, NY, ET AL.
06-8640TAYLOR, GLENN D. V. PENNSYLVANIA
06-8646VILLAREAL, EUSEBIO S. V. CALIFORNIA
06-8651BROWN, FOSTER L. V. McDONOUGH, SEC., FL DOC, ET AL.
06-8652YOUNG, SEAN V. WOLFENBARGE, WARDEN
06-8653BOZSIK, STEVEN A. V. HUDSON, WARDEN
06-8655TATUM, JOHN F. V. YATES, WARDEN
06-8659EARL, VINCENT B. V. GOULD, LIEUTENANT
06-8665WILLIAMS, MARCELLE V. CALIFORNIA
06-8667McGEE, JEFFERSON, ET UX. V. SEAGRAVES, MARGARET, ET AL.
06-8677RICHARD, JOHNNY V. QUARTERMAN, DIR., TX DCJ
06-8695WILLIAMS, JOSEPH V. BROWN, LARRY
06-8697GOBLE, LARRY G. V. JONES, DIR., OK DOC
06-8701ISAAC, RODERICK V. DONALD, COMM'R, GA DOC, ET AL.
06-8714FAGAN, DAMON V. CONNECTICUT
06-8721DOMINGUEZ, FERNANDO V. CALIFORNIA
06-8739EL, AUBREY J. V. VIRGINIA, ET AL.
06-8818WALKER, GENEVIEVE V. BARNHART, COMM'R, SOCIAL SEC.
06-8827STANLEY, DARREN C. V. CALIFORNIA
06-8834WHITEHEAD, ARTIS V. TENNESSEE
06-8846CHRIST, GABRIEL V. JAMROG, WARDEN
06-8876WIMBLEY, WILL A. V. McKUNE, WARDEN
06-8896BROWN, JAMES L. V. NORTH CAROLINA
06-8898BROWN, FLOYD M. V. KLEM, SUPT., MAHANOY, ET AL.
06-8919POWE, MICHAEL L. V. CULLIVER, WARDEN
06-8922MITCHELL, BLONDELL F. V. WILD, JENNIFER, ET AL.
06-8926ABDULRAFI, MOHAMMAD J. V. BROWN, ATT'Y GEN. OF CA
06-8965RICHARDS, MICHAEL V. TENNIS, SUPT., ROCKVIEW, ET AL.
06-8976AGUIRRE, EUSTAQUIO Y. V. UNITED STATES
06-9004BUSH, EARL G. V. FLORIDA
06-9039DAVIS, GERALD W. V. HAYNES, WARDEN
06-9168McGEE, FREDDIE F. V. UNITED STATES
06-9170MOORE, DRAKE V. UNITED STATES
06-9171PARKES, JOHN V. UNITED STATES
06-9174WILLIAMS, VINCENT V. UNITED STATES
06-9177WEBB, DEREK L. V. UNITED STATES
06-9179OESCH, JOHN R. V. UNITED STATES
06-9180RAMIREZ, MARC V. WILLIAMSON, WARDEN
06-9184TAYLOR, MILTON J. V. GARDNER, JUDGE, ETC., ET AL.
06-9187ATRELLO, JEFFREY S. V. UNITED STATES
06-9188BEER, ROBERT M. V. UNITED STATES
06-9189BENNAFIELD, SHAUN L. V. UNITED STATES
06-9201GORTON, JAMES E. V. UNITED STATES
06-9202JACKSON, SEAN D. V. UNITED STATES
06-9203CASTANEDA DE LA HOZ, FREDERICO V. UNITED STATES
06-9204WILSON, MICHAEL V. UNITED STATES
06-9205WILSON, EDWARD P. V. UNITED STATES
06-9207CORLISS, ROGER F. V. UNITED STATES
06-9208STONE, JAMES A. V. UNITED STATES
06-9211BIRD, FRANK L. V. UNITED STATES
06-9215ERVIN, DEWAYNE V. UNITED STATES
06-9222RICHARDSON, LOUIS C. V. HUMPHREYS, WARDEN
06-9223SANTIAGO, WILLIAM V. UNITED STATES
06-9224GARCIA, EDGAR A. V. UNITED STATES
06-9225MARTINEZ, EDWARD V. UNITED STATES
06-9226HOLDEN, GREGORY V. UNITED STATES
06-9227FARIAS, JORGE V. V. UNITED STATES
06-9229BECKER, HARRY V. UNITED STATES
06-9235GARCIA-ALCAZAR, GONZALO V. UNITED STATES
06-9237FUCHS, CLAYTON H. V. UNITED STATES
06-9238HUTSON, KENYA M. V. UNITED STATES
06-9239HARTRIDGE, THADDUSE L. V. UNITED STATES
06-9240HONEYCUT, ANTHONY V. UNITED STATES
06-9241FULLER, PAUL A. V. UNITED STATES
06-9242CORNEJO, RAFAEL V. UNITED STATES
06-9246DIXON, CHARLES V. ILLINOIS
06-9248HARPER, ROBERT J. V. UNITED STATES
06-9249HICKMAN, WALTER J. V. UNITED STATES
06-9258JOYA-GUERRERO, JUAN C. V. UNITED STATES
06-9259JONES, MARCUS D. V. UNITED STATES
06-9264POSTADAN, MARVIN V. UNITED STATES
06-9269WILLIAMS, SAMMIE L. V. UNITED STATES
06-9271HINTZ, SCOTT V. UNITED STATES
06-9272MILLER, MARK E. V. UNITED STATES
06-9273MORGAN, CLINT C. V. UNITED STATES
06-9278CHARLES, RANDOLPH V. UNITED STATES
06-9279CHARLES, BERNARD A. V. UNITED STATES
06-9281McCASKILL, LUTHER V. UNITED STATES
06-9283WILLIAMS, LEE E. V. UNITED STATES
06-9285BROWN, DAVID V. UNITED STATES
06-9286ALEXANDER, CHRISTOPHER V. UNITED STATES
The petitions for writs of certiorari are denied.
05-644NEW MEXICO V. FORBES, CHIEF JUDGE, ETC.
The motion of respondent Ralph Rodney Earnest for leave to
proceed in forma pauperis is granted. The petition for a writ of certiorari is denied.
06-590EBBERS, BERNARD J. V. UNITED STATES
The petition for a writ of certiorari is denied. The Chief
Justice took no part in the consideration or decision of this
petition.
06-882ROLLINS, RICHARD, ET AL. V. FIRST MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH
The motion of Missionary Baptist Minister's Union of St.
Louis and Vicinty, et al. for leave to file a brief as amici
curiae is granted. The petition for a writ of certiorari is denied.
06-944AT&T CORP., ET AL. V. GAVIN, LILA T.
The motion of Peter J. Wallison for leave to file a brief as
amicus curiae is granted. The petition for a writ of certiorari is denied.
MANDAMUS DENIED
06-1007IN RE LANAS E. TROXLER
06-9228IN RE JEFFREY R. BERRY
The petitions for writs of mandamus are denied.
REHEARINGS DENIED
06-546JENSEN, TOM V. SWEET HOME ONE CARE, ET AL.
06-6188WINSTON, JOHN E. V. UNITED STATES
06-7104CAGLE, ANDREA J. B. V. ST. JOHNS COUNTY SCHOOL DIST.
06-7124WILLIAMS, LILLIE J. V. DES ARC CITY POLICE DEPT, ET AL.
06-7152MITCHELL, MAURICE V. QUARTERMAN, DIR., TX DCJ
06-7530MILLER, GREGORY V. McDONOUGH, SEC., FL DOC
06-7656BLOM, DONALD A. V. USDC MN
06-7757ALLEN, ROLAND V. GENERAL MOTORS CORPORATION
06-7778AWALA, GBEKE M. V. GONZALES, ATT'Y GEN., ET AL.
06-7781SCHATZKE, KEVIN V. HUMPHREYS, WARDEN
06-7815VAN BUREN, ERIC M. V. UNITED STATES
06-7818IN RE JAMES BUTLER
06-7845DALEY, JOHN R. V. FED. BUREAU OF PRISONS
06-8302PHILLIPS, JOHN J. V. UNITED STATES
06-8500IN RE LaVERN BERRYHILL
The petitions for rehearing are denied.