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U.S. Supreme Court Orders

MONDAY, APRIL 30, 2018
ORDERS IN PENDING CASES
17M106DOE, JOHN V. UNITED STATES
The motion for leave to file a petition for a writ of certiorari under seal with redacted copies for the public record is denied.
17M107LOTHIAN CASSIDY, ET AL. V. LOTHIAN EXPLORATION, ET AL.
The motion to direct the Clerk to file a petition for a writ of certiorari out of time is denied.
17M108ALEXSAM, INC. V. WILDCARD SYSTEMS, INC., ET AL.
The motion for leave to file a petition for a writ of certiorari with the supplemental appendix under seal is granted.
17-312UNITED STATES V. SANCHEZ-GOMEZ, RENE, ET AL.
The motion of respondent Rene Sanchez-Gomez for appointment of counsel is granted, and Ellis M. Johnston, III, Esquire, of San Diego, California, is appointed to serve as counsel for respondent Rene Sanchez-Gomez in this case.
CERTIORARI GRANTED
17-961FRANK, THEODORE H., ET AL. V. GAOS, PALOMA, ET AL.
17-988LAMPS PLUS, INC., ET AL. V. VARELA, FRANK
The petitions for writs of certiorari are granted.
17-8151BUCKLEW, RUSSELL V. PRECYTHE, DIR., MO DOC, ET AL.
The motion of petitioner for leave to proceed in forma pauperis and the petition for a writ of certiorari are granted. In addition to the questions presented in the petition, the parties are directed to brief and argue the following Question: Whether petitioner met his burden under Glossip v. Gross, 576 U. S. ___ (2015), to prove what procedures would be used to administer his proposed alternative method of execution, the severity and duration of pain likely to be produced, and how they compare to the State's method of execution.
CERTIORARI DENIED
16-778LICCI, YAAKOV, ET AL. V. LEBANESE CANADIAN BANK
16-1526CELGARD, LLC V. IANCU, ANDREI
17-39HILLCREST LABORATORIES V. MOVEA, INC.
17-110PAICE LLC, ET AL. V. FORD MOTOR CO. with
17-111PAICE LLC, ET AL. V. FORD MOTOR CO.
17-112PAICE LLC, ET AL. V. FORD MOTOR CO.
17-113PAICE LLC, ET AL. V. FORD MOTOR CO.
17-114DEPOMED, INC. V. IANCU, ANDREI
17-116AFFINITY LABS OF TEXAS, LLC V. SAMSUNG ELECTRONICS CO., ET AL.
17-117AFFINITY LABS OF TEXAS, LLC V. IANCU, ANDREI
17-159IPR LICENSING, INC. V. ZTE CORP., ET AL.
17-214SECURITY PEOPLE, INC. V. IANCU, ANDREI, ET AL.
17-220PAICE LLC, ET AL. V. FORD MOTOR CO. with
17-221PAICE LLC, ET AL. V. FORD MOTOR CO.
17-222PAICE LLC, ET AL. V. FORD MOTOR CO.
17-229PAICE LLC, ET AL. V. FORD MOTOR CO.
17-232AFFINITY LABS OF TEXAS, LLC V. IANCU, ANDREI
17-233AFFINITY LABS OF TEXAS, LLC V. IANCU, ANDREI
17-330INTEGRATED CLAIMS SYSTEMS V. TRAVELERS LLOYDS, ET AL.
17-349SKKY, INC. V. MINDGEEK, ET AL.
17-357GOOGLE LLC V. UNWIRED PLANET
17-408OUTDRY TECH. CORP. V. GEOX S.P.A.
17-535TRANSPERFECT GLOBAL, INC. V. IANCU, ANDREI
17-617C-CATION TECHNOLOGIES, LLC V. ARRIS GROUP, INC., ET AL.
17-643AT&T INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY II V. IANCU, ANDREI
17-656AUDATEX NORTH AMERICA, INC. V. MITCHELL INTERNATIONAL, INC.
17-751NIDEC MOTOR CORP. V. ZHONGSHAN BROAD OCEAN, ET AL.
17-768HITACHI METALS, LTD. V. ALLIANCE OF RARE-EARTH PERMANENT
17-787ENOVA TECHNOLOGY CORP. V. SEAGATE TECHNOLOGY, ET AL.
17-819AMEREN CORPORATION, ET AL. V. FCC, ET AL.
17-859HERTZ CORP., ET AL. V. SUPERIOR COURT OF CA, ET AL.
17-862MARICOPA COUNTY, AZ, ET AL. V. VILLA, MANUELA
17-914LIVINGSTON CHRISTIAN SCHOOLS V. GENOA CHARTER TOWNSHIP
17-915NORTH COAST RAILROAD AUTH. V. FRIENDS OF THE EEL RIVER, ET AL.
17-1009CONSTITUTION PIPELINE CO., LLC V. NY DEPT. OF ENVTL., ET AL.
17-1018UNILOC USA, INC., ET AL. V. SEGA OF AMERICA, INC., ET AL.
17-1043WORLDWIDE OILFIELD MACHINE, INC. V. AMERIFORGE GROUP, INC.
17-1052BUSSELL, LETANTIA V. UNITED STATES
17-1127THOMAS E. PROCTOR HEIRS TRUST V. CORNWALL MOUNTAIN INVS., ET AL.
17-1161NATIONWIDE BIWEEKLY, ET AL. V. HUBANKS, JOHN, ET AL.
17-1168LONG, MARK, ET AL. V. SOUTH DAKOTA
17-1173WILLIAMS, JR., WEBSTER V. GRAND TRUNK WESTERN R., ET AL.
17-1186LUCE, GREGORY, ET AL. V. CAMPBELL, WI
17-1190UTTERBACK, THOMAS M. V. TRUSTMARK NATIONAL BANK, ET AL.
17-1191GOMEZ, ENRIQUE P. V. TEXAS
17-1192TIRAT-GEFEN, YOSEF G. V. ALMEIDA, CELIA B.
17-1195WANN, RICHARD L. V. ST. FRANCOIS COUNTY, MO, ET AL.
17-1209BARCLAYS PLC, ET AL. V. WAGGONER, JOSEPH, ET AL.
17-1254BARTH, JOHN S. V. UNITED STATES
17-1256FRANKLIN-MASON, ROXANN J. V. UNITED STATES
17-1260MOBLEY, KAREN V. LEATHERWOOD, TOM, ET AL.
17-1263SUKHOVA, IRINA V. SESSIONS, ATT'Y GEN.
17-1267SANDHU, KAMALDEEP K. V. SESSIONS, ATT'Y GEN.
17-1323GRAHAM, JAMES B. V. WELLS FARGO BANK, ET AL.
17-1350NAHMANI, RONEN V. UNITED STATES
17-1362SCHNEIDER, CHARLES V. V. CIR
17-1367INDUSTRIAL MODELS, INC. V. SNF, INC., ET AL.
17-1380CHAPMAN, CHRISTOPHER, ET UX. V. CIR
17-1381IN RE GRAND JURY SUBPOENAS RETURNABLE DECEMBER 16, 2015
17-6338MARTINEZ-RIVERA, MANUEL R. V. UNITED STATES
17-6562SAUCEDO-RIOS, EMILIANO V. UNITED STATES
17-6596MILLER, LARUN E. V. UNITED STATES
17-7085GONZALEZ, GLORIA V. ARIZONA, EX REL. BRNOVICH
17-7157SNYDER, MICHAEL L. V. UNITED STATES
17-7173MARTINEZ-CERDA, MIGUEL A. V. UNITED STATES
17-7607WESTOVER, MICHAEL B. V. UNITED STATES
17-7845OGLETREE, JOHN C. V. TEXAS
17-7848ORTEGA, JOHN V. ILLINOIS
17-7850PHILLIP, KEVIN V. McARDLE, BARRY
17-7851McPHERSON, JIM L. V. ILLINOIS
17-7853WILLACY, CHADWICK V. JONES, SEC., FL DOC, ET AL.
17-7856NELSON, BRENDA F. V. DAVIS, DIR., TX DCJ
17-7865GARCIA, JOSEPH C. V. DAVIS, DIR., TX DCJ
17-7891BLUEFELD, BARRY J. V. COHEN, BARRY S., ET AL.
17-7900NORWOOD, BRIAN V. DAVIS, DIR., TX DCJ
17-7903THOMAS, JONATHAN R. V. OKLAHOMA
17-7904WILSON, AARON V. VANNOY, WARDEN
17-7907OCHOA, JOHN E. V. NEW MEXICO
17-7911RICES, JEAN P. V. CALIFORNIA
17-7917ESPINOZA, BENJAMIN V. McGRATH, WARDEN
17-7922WORTH, DeCARLO V. NEW YORK
17-7926STANBACK, ROBERT A. V. DANIELS, FAYE
17-7933BRUMFIELD, ALAN V. V. NATCHITOCHES PARISH, ET AL.
17-7943STANLEY, SLOAN V. WASHINGTON
17-7945RICHARDSON, LAVELLE D. V. LINK, SUPT., GRATERFORD, ET AL.
17-7951AUSTIN, SHOMARA M. V. JACKSONVILLE SHERIFF'S OFFICE
17-7956TEDESCO, JOHN M. V. PENNSYLVANIA
17-7973ROOSEVELT W., ET UX. V. LA CTY. DEPT. OF CHILDREN
17-7985WRIGHT, KENNETH R. V. HORTON, WARDEN
17-7997NOMESIRI, CHINDA V. PRICE, J.
17-8001RATCLIFF, ELIJAH W. V. TEXAS, ET AL.
17-8029SEALS, MICHAEL I. V. LLOPIS, JEFFREY, ET AL.
17-8062KELLY, BERNARD V. TRIERWEILER, WARDEN
17-8064CHANDLER, DONDRELL J. V. UNITED STATES
17-8079PYLES, CHRISTOPHER V. SPILLER, WILLIAM, ET AL.
17-8088ROYSTER, JOSEPH A. V. SHOOP, WARDEN
17-8133WARFIELD, SHERELL V. ILLINOIS
17-8218WASHINGTON, WILLIAM N. V. DIAMOND, MARC
17-8227CRAMER, DAVID V. AUBURN, CA, ET AL.
17-8229MATHIAS, DAVID V. BRITTAIN, SUPT., ET AL.
17-8233WILLOUGHBY, ANTHONY C. V. UNITED STATES
17-8238WHITE, WILLIAM A. V. UNITED STATES
17-8251ORTIZ, JOSHUA V. UNITED STATES
17-8252ORELLANO, PEDRO V. UNITED STATES
17-8259SEVILLA-ACOSTA, CESAR V. UNITED STATES
17-8276ALEXANDER, JOHN D. V. WILLIAMS, WARDEN
17-8287ROBINSON, ASHLEI R. V. UNITED STATES
17-8293VEATCH, MELISSA V. UNITED STATES
17-8300STAMPER, RAY L. V. UNITED STATES
17-8303COURTRIGHT, CARL A. V. UNITED STATES
17-8307WILLIAMS, NORRIS V. UNITED STATES
17-8308WHITEWATER, ANTHONY V. UNITED STATES
17-8310DeLOGE, STEVEN A. V. DeSOTO COUNTY SHERIFF
17-8316ZIMNY, MARK J. V. UNITED STATES
17-8317FORD-BEY, ISHMAEL B. V. UNITED STATES
17-8318FELIX, CORDELL V. UNITED STATES
17-8320SHAH, VIVEK V. QUINTANA, WARDEN
17-8322HARRISON, LYLE R. V. ILLINOIS
17-8323WINSTEAD, TRAVIS J. V. UNITED STATES
17-8330BAEZ, ROBERT V. UNITED STATES
17-8337EVANS, DOMINIC V. UNITED STATES
17-8342TAYLOR, DANIEL J. V. UNITED STATES
17-8343WILSON, MARLON A. V. UNITED STATES
17-8377JOHNSON, JOHN W. V. UNITED STATES
17-8379ARREDONDO, JUAN G. V. UNITED STATES
The petitions for writs of certiorari are denied.
17-558LINKGINE, INC. V. VIGLINK, INC., ET AL.
The motion of petitioner to defer consideration of the petition for a writ of certiorari is denied. The petition for a writ of certiorari is denied.
17-707KIP CR P1 LP V. ORACLE CORPORATION, ET AL.
17-708KIP CR P1 LP V. CISCO SYSTEMS, INC., ET AL.
The petitions for writs of certiorari are denied. Justice Alito took no part in the consideration or decision of these petitions.
17-756PUBLIC SERVICE CO. OF NM V. BARBOAN, LORRAINE, ET AL.
The petition for a writ of certiorari is denied. Justice Gorsuch took no part in the consideration or decision of this petition.
17-1084COLORADO V. FUENTES-ESPINOZA, BERNARDINO
The motion of respondent for leave to proceed in forma pauperis is granted. The petition for a writ of certiorari is denied.
17-1249SALES, CORNELIO D. V. SESSIONS, ATT'Y GEN.
The motion of petitioner to defer consideration of the petition for a writ of certiorari is denied. The petition for a writ of certiorari is denied.
17-1341BASCIANO, VINCENT J. V. UNITED STATES
The petition for a writ of certiorari is denied. Justice Sotomayor took no part in the consideration or decision of this petition.
17-1355MANNING, TERESA R. V. JONES, CAROLYN, ET AL.
The motion of National Association of Legal Scholars, et al. for leave to file a brief as amici curiae is granted. The petition for a writ of certiorari is denied.
17-8056MEDRANO, HENRY J. V. SESSIONS, ATT'Y GEN.
The petition for a writ of certiorari before judgment is denied.
17-8278BAMDAD, MASOUD V. UNITED STATES
17-8313ST. LOUIS, JAMES V. DELAWARE
The motions of petitioners for leave to proceed in forma pauperis are denied, and the petitions for writs of certiorari are dismissed. See Rule 39.8. As the petitioners have repeatedly abused this Court's process, the Clerk is directed not to accept any further petitions in noncriminal matters from petitioners unless the docketing fees required by Rule 38(a) are paid and the petitions are submitted in compliance with Rule 33.1. See Martin v. District of Columbia Court of Appeals, 506 U. S. 1 (1992) (per curiam).
17-8333COLLINS, RAYMOND A. V. UNITED STATES
The petition for a writ of certiorari is denied. Justice Sotomayor took no part in the consideration or decision of this petition.
17-8341RIOS-MORALES, JOSE 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
17-8425IN RE MARTIZE J. SEVION-EL
The petition for a writ of habeas corpus is denied.
MANDAMUS DENIED
17-7918IN RE JOHN V. COLEN
The petition for a writ of mandamus and/or prohibition is denied.
REHEARINGS DENIED
17-1006LAITY, ROBERT C. V. NEW YORK, ET AL.
17-1028IN RE MICHAEL H. WU, ET UX.
17-1131TAYLOR, WARREN A. V. USDC SD GA
17-6500HOWELL, DANNY V. BROWN, SUPT., WABASH
17-6933PEAK, CLORETHA W. V. UNITED STATES
17-7017STEPTOE, MONZELLE L. V. DAVIS, DIR., TX DCJ
17-7018SANCHEZ, RICARDO E. V. DAVIS, DIR., TX DCJ
17-7063ODEJIMI, THERESA V. WINDSOR, NY
17-7160SHAKA V. RYAN, DIR., AZ DOC, ET AL.
17-7249ROMERO, MAURICIO B. V. DHL EXPRESS, INC., ET AL.
17-7278WEISSERT, DOUGLAS V. PALMER, WARDEN
17-7314LILLIE, ROBERT A. V. HERNANDEZ, WARDEN
17-7327COTTON, KARL V. SUPREME COURT OF U. S., ET AL.
17-7450DARBY, BARBARA V. SHULKIN, SEC. OF VA
17-7466IN RE JOE CERVANTES
17-7470RIOS, SANTIAGO V. LEWIS, WARDEN
17-7487MARTINEZ, JORGE A. V. UNITED STATES
17-7565JACKSON, JERRY L. V. UNITED STATES
The petitions for rehearing are denied.
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