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U.S. Supreme Court Orders

MONDAY, APRIL 23, 2018
CERTIORARI -- SUMMARY DISPOSITION
17-5562WILSON, MARION V. SELLERS, WARDEN
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 United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit for further consideration in light of Wilson v. Sellers, 584 U. S. ___ (2018).
ORDERS IN PENDING CASES
17M103NOUNA, PASCAL N. V. ROSS, SEC. OF COMMERCE
The motion to direct the Clerk to file a petition for a writ of certiorari out of time is denied.
17M104WOOTEN, ROBERT V. SUPERIOR COURT OF CA, 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.
17M105CARBAJAL-VALDEZ, JUAN F. V. UNITED STATES
The motion for leave to file a petition for a writ of certiorari with the supplemental appendix under seal is granted.
17-804EVE-USA, INC., ET AL. V. MENTOR GRAPHICS CORPORATION
The Solicitor General is invited to file a brief in this case expressing the views of the United States. Justice Gorsuch took no part in the consideration or decision of this petition.
17-965TRUMP, PRESIDENT OF U.S., ET AL. V. HAWAII, ET AL.
The motion of David Boyle for leave to file a brief as amicus curiae is granted.
17-6849SELDEN, GLENN L. V. USDC MD FL
17-7313LUCZAK, THEODORE V. PFISTER, RANDY, ET AL.
The motions of petitioners for reconsideration of orders denying leave to proceed in forma pauperis are denied.
17-8084KOCH, MARK A. V. SARGENT, NE
The motion of petitioner for leave to proceed in forma pauperis is denied. Petitioner is allowed until May 14, 2018, 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
17-765UNITED STATES V. STITT, VICTOR J.
17-766UNITED STATES V. SIMS, JASON D.
The motions of respondents for leave to proceed in forma pauperis are granted. The petitions for writs of certiorari are granted. The cases are consolidated, and a total of one hour is allotted for oral argument.
CERTIORARI DENIED
17-671MARBLE, CODY W. V. POOLE, JARED
17-843JORDAN, MARIA V. DIR., OWCP, ET AL.
17-850HOUGHTALING, RICHARD A. V. CONNECTICUT
17-912BOSTIC, BOBBY V. DUNBAR, ACTING WARDEN
17-945QUINN, KEVIN, ET AL. V. BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS, ET AL.
17-991LONG, PAYSUN V. PFISTER, WARDEN
17-1086GREDE, FREDERICK J. V. FCSTONE, LLC
17-1155BOLTON, SHARON V. HATTIESBURG, MS
17-1160PRICE, MICHAEL, ET AL. V. HENSLEY, TERESA A., ET AL.
17-1163COLEMAN, ISAIAH J. V. CLARKE, DIR., VA DOC
17-1193CLAYTOR, WILLARD, ET AL. V. VOLKSWAGEN GROUP OF AMERICA
17-1215PUERTO RICO TELEPHONE CO. V. SAN JUAN CABLE LLC
17-1216BEHRMANN, JOHN R., ET AL. V. GOLDSTEIN, MICHAEL, ET AL.
17-1223WILSON, CHARLIE V. DALLAS CTY. HOSP. DIST., ET AL.
17-1248STORER, RICHARD, ET AL. V. CLARK, JEREMY, ET AL.
17-1255FRENCH, MARK V. JONES, BLAIR, ET AL.
17-1271KANOFSKY, ALVIN S. V. CIR
17-1276BURWICK, ERIN V. PILKERTON, G., ET AL.
17-1308SEWELL, BRENDA V. BULL, BRAD, ET AL.
17-1321GRANTON, CHRISTOPHER R. V. WA STATE LOTTERY
17-1322HENRY, MARIE V. FLORIDA BAR, ET AL.
17-1334McDANIEL, MARCUS L. V. PERDUE, SEC. OF AGRIC.
17-1338FOX, ROBERT E. V. UNITED STATES
17-1344WEYGANDT, WILLIAM H. V. UNITED STATES
17-1346WINANS, MICHAEL V. UNITED STATES
17-1373ADAMCIK, TOREY M. V. IDAHO
17-6021ALFARO-GRANADOS, DIMAS V. UNITED STATES with
17-6116ALVARADO-LINARES, MIGUEL V. UNITED STATES
17-6477DAVIS, HAROLD V. UNITED STATES
17-6567JOHNSON, DOMINICK T. V. UNITED STATES
17-6779STEELE, CHARLES V. UNITED STATES
17-7002SIMS, DAVID W. V. LOUISIANA
17-7019REEVES, TIMOTHY V. GREEN, LEO E.
17-7463HAND, GERALD V. SHOOP, WARDEN
17-7494BAIN, YRVENS V. UNITED STATES
17-7504THOMPSON, WILLIAM E. V. PARKER, WARDEN
17-7634MINOR, DAVID V. HASTINGS, BEVERLY, ET AL.
17-7774FERGUSON, HELEN V. ACURA, GETTEL
17-7787STANTON, JAMIE V. DOE, JOHN, ET AL.
17-7790SHEVCHANKO, SERGI V. CA DOC, ET AL.
17-7792D. S. V. WEST VIRGINIA
17-7799BELSER, MARVIN V. WASHINGTON, HEIDI E., ET AL.
17-7811ANORUO, DARLENE V. TENET HEALTHSYSTEM HAHNEMANN
17-7814CLARKSON, TERRY L. V. VANNOY, WARDEN
17-7826DANIELS, GARY D. V. TEXAS
17-7832DELGADO, DAVID V. GODINEZ, SALVADOR, ET AL.
17-7866TOLBERT, VERNON V. HILL, JUDGE
17-7874BIRCH, BRUCE V. WILLIAMS, WARDEN
17-7958JOHNSON, TIMOTHY H. V. FILSON, WARDEN, ET AL.
17-7968STRIBLING, AARON L. V. BROCK, K., ET AL.
17-8005STRAW, ANDREW U. V. SUPREME COURT OF IN
17-8010BREITZMAN, GINGER M. V. WISCONSIN
17-8020BRYAN, DARRELL V. KENTUCKY
17-8031REED, RICKEY B. V. NFL, ET AL.
17-8032STEELE, JOHN H. V. THOMAS, WILLIE
17-8043MORGAN, RAMONA I. V. KANSAS, ET AL.
17-8065COMBS, LEROY D. V. UNITED STATES
17-8071JACKSON, MELTON V. JONES, SEC., FL DOC
17-8082SHILLING, TIMOTHY M. V. WALSH, JAMES R.
17-8097PEREZ, LUIS A. V. NYC CITY DEPT. OF ED.
17-8129TIJERINA, RAUL V. LASHBROOK, WARDEN
17-8135THOMPSON, LYNDALL D. V. RYAN, DIR., AZ DOC, ET AL.
17-8149MATTHEWS, KENNETH R. V. UNITED STATES
17-8150MALDONADO-GOMEZ, ERVIN R. V. UNITED STATES
17-8152MARTIN, RALPH P. V. UNITED STATES
17-8156MANZANO, JULIO A. V. UNITED STATES
17-8157KENNEDY, BRANDON V. UNITED STATES
17-8162MUNOZ GONZALEZ, RAFAEL, ET AL. V. UNITED STATES
17-8163GUZMAN, JOE V. UNITED STATES
17-8164SINGH, HARPUSHPINDAR V. UNITED STATES
17-8169GUTIERREZ, SAMUEL L. V. UNITED STATES
17-8171ROWE, SHARROD J. V. UNITED STATES
17-8175AXSOM, WILLIAM J. V. UNITED STATES
17-8185SEWELL, TIMOTHY L. V. UNITED STATES
17-8186STURGIS, DONALD L. V. UNITED STATES
17-8190OSER, KEITH N. V. UNITED STATES
17-8197LESTER, NOAH B. V. UNITED STATES
17-8199DELGADO, MIGUEL V. UNITED STATES
17-8200WOLFF, KONRAD V. UNITED STATES
17-8203GARZA, MARTIN V. UNITED STATES
17-8204SAID, ALBER I V. CIR
17-8209DUNSTON, JOE V. UNITED STATES
17-8210WEBB, JOSEPH D. V. UNITED STATES
17-8211TAYLOR, MICHAEL V. UNITED STATES
17-8212WILLIAMS, TYRONE M. V. UNITED STATES
17-8213BREWER, BRIAN M. V. UNITED STATES
17-8214DIEHL, DAVID A. V. UNITED STATES
17-8215BURTON, DARRYL V. UNITED STATES
17-8220RUSSELL, RICHARD V. FLORIDA
17-8223SCHLAKE, GARY A. V. UNITED STATES
17-8226ECHOLS, ROY F. V. CSX TRANSPORTATION, INC.
17-8240EVERETT, RON C. V. GEORGIA, ET AL.
17-8243ROLAND, KEVIN V. JONES, SEC., FL DOC
17-8246STRAW, ANDREW U. V. USDC WD IL
17-8250PERSAUD, RAMNARINE V. UNITED STATES
17-8254BATISTA, ORLANDO V. OHIO
17-8255BARCENAS-PATINO, MARTIN V. UNITED STATES
17-8299NEEL, SAMUEL R. V. JONES, SEC., FL DOC
17-8311RUSSELL, MARK R. V. OHIO
The petitions for writs of certiorari are denied.
17-1226FRONT ROW TECHNOLOGIES V. MLB ADVANCED MEDIA, ET AL.
The petition for a writ of certiorari is denied. The Chief Justice took no part in the consideration or decision of this petition.
17-7784COTTON, MARDY T. V. JOHNSON & JOHNSON
The petition for a writ of certiorari is denied. Justice Alito took no part in the consideration or decision of this petition.
17-7817ZHOU, WEI V. MARQUETTE UNIVERSITY
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.
17-8167SPALDING, DAVID L. V. UNITED STATES
The petition for a writ of certiorari before judgment is denied.
17-8168INGRAM, DARYL L. V. UNITED STATES
The petition for a writ of certiorari is denied. Justice Gorsuch took no part in the consideration or decision of this petition.
HABEAS CORPUS DENIED
17-8291IN RE RAMON C. P. VIERA
The petition for a writ of habeas corpus is denied.
MANDAMUS DENIED
17-1374IN RE CHANDRA BOZELKO
17-8234IN RE JOSEPH WITCHARD
The petitions for writs of mandamus are denied.
REHEARINGS DENIED
17-567SCOTT, G. HARRISON, ET AL. V. FDIC
17-924CABACOFF, ROBERT S. V. SELECT PORTFOLIO SERVICING, INC.
17-947JACKSON, TIMOTHY A. V. COLORADO
17-1022MEISNER, RHONDA V. ZYMOGENETICS, ET AL.
17-1054NGUYEN, DAWN V. UNITED STATES
17-6269RICHARDSON, CURRY S. V. DAVIS, DIR., TX DCJ
17-6393LAVELLE, MARY L. V. U.S. BANK NATIONAL ASSOCIATION
17-6426NUNEZ-GARCIA, JOSE V. UNITED STATES
17-6844WESSINGER, TODD V. VANNOY, DARREL
The petitions for rehearing are denied.
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