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United States Court of Appeals, First Circuit , 944 F.2d 949 (1991)

United States Court of Appeals,First Circuit. Heard Jan. 9, 1991.Decided April 26, 1991.On Rehearing Aug. 1, 1991. Gerald S. ., for Diane Lewis. Before BREYER, Chief Judge, Aldrich, Senior Circuit Judge, and Torruella, Circuit Judge. of such misconduct would be reduction of their fee to what they should have asked for in the first place. 47 612 F.2d at 1059.

United States Court of Appeals, First Circuit , 899 F.2d 129 (1990)

United States Court of Appeals,First Circuit. Heard Jan. 8, 1990.Decided March 30, 1990. John J. ., was on brief, for plaintiff, appellee. Before BREYER and CYR, Circuit Judges, and BOWNES, Senior Circuit Judge. 13 Accordingly, the district court imposed a sanction consisting of a $20,000 attorney's fee. 14 New England appeals

Lane v. First Circuit Court/appeals , 47 F.3d 426 (1995)

47 F.3d 426 Lanev.First Circuit Court/Appeals** NO. 94-30346 United States Court of Appeals,Fifth Circuit.

Jeffrey J. Lau v. Circuit Court of the First Circuit , 985 F.2d 573 (1993)

LAU, Petitioner-Appellant,v.CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FIRST CIRCUIT, Respondent-Appellee. No. 92-15728. United States Court of Appeals, Ninth Circuit. Submitted Jan. 27, 1993.*Decided Jan. 29, 1993. Lau, a Hawaii state probationer, appeals the district court's dismissal of his 28 U.S.C. § 2254 petition for habeas corpus.

Kenneth Warren Hanson v. Circuit Court of the First Judicial Circuit of Illinois , 591 F.2d 404 (1979)

591 F.2d 404 Kenneth Warren HANSON, Petitioner-Appellant,v.CIRCUIT COURT OF the FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF ILLINOIS,Respondent-Appellee. United States Court of Appeals,Seventh Circuit. Argued Nov. 30, 1978.Decided Jan. 29, 1979. ., Circuit Judge. 1 The petitioner, Kenneth Warren Hanson, appeals to this court from the trial court's dismissal of his petition

Dwight O. Dow v. Circuit Court of the First Circuit, Through the Honorable Wendell K. Huddy, Criminal Administrative Judge , 995 F.2d 922 (1993)

DOW, Petitioner-Appellant,v.CIRCUIT COURT OF the FIRST CIRCUIT, through the HonorableWendell K. United States Court of Appeals,Ninth Circuit. Argued and Submitted May 7, 1993.Decided June 10, 1993. Earle A. Appeal from the United States District Court for the District of Hawaii. Before: GOODWIN, TANG, and NOONAN, Circuit Judges.

Floyd J. Lofton, Circuit Judge of the Sixth Judicial District of Arkansas, First Division v. U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Arkansas , 882 F.2d 300 (1989)

LOFTON, Circuit Judge of the Sixth JudicialDistrict of Arkansas, First Division, Petitioner,v.U.S. DISTRICT COURT FOR the EASTERN DISTRICT OF ARKANSAS, Respondent. No. 89-1442. United States Court of Appeals,Eighth Circuit. The district court subsequently reopened the 1985 decree for the "limited purposes of dealing with present and future compliance problems," and joined

Morris May v. Court of Appeals, First Appellate District of Ohio, Defendants , 848 F.2d 192 (1988)

,v.COURT OF APPEALS, FIRST APPELLATE DISTRICT OF OHIO, et al. United States Court of Appeals, Sixth Circuit. May 2, 1988. Before LIVELY, KRUPANSKY and BOGGS, Circuit Judges. The appeal has been referred to a panel of the court pursuant to Rule 9(a), Rules of the Sixth Circuit.

Dwight O. Dow v. Circuit Court of the First Circuit, Through the Honorable Marie N. Milks, Criminal and Administrative Judge and Robert A. Marks, Attorney General of Hawaii , 53 F.3d 338 (1995)

DOW, Petitioner-Appellant,v.CIRCUIT COURT OF the FIRST CIRCUIT, Through the HonorableMarie N. MILKS, Criminal and Administrative Judge;and Robert A. United States Court of Appeals, Ninth Circuit. The district court dismissed the case for lack of jurisdiction. Dow v. Circuit Court, 779 F. Supp. 139 (D.Haw.1991).

Sammartano v. First Judicial District Court, in and for the County of Carson City , 303 F.3d 959 (2002)

United States Court of Appeals, Ninth Circuit. Argued and Submitted February 12, 2002. Filed August 26, 2002. On the second floor are two courtrooms for the Justice Court of Carson City Township, the clerk's office for that court, the chambers of two justices of On the third floor are two courtrooms for the First Judicial District Court of the State of Nevada, the clerk's office, and the chambers of two judges

Bessie S. Akana, Etc. v. Albert M. Felix, Third Judge, of the Circuit Court of the First Judicial Circuit, Territory of Hawaii, Territory of Hawaii, Lillian Loo, Beatrice L. Luke and Kan Jung Luke , 261 F.2d 773 (1958)

FELIX, Third Judge, of the Circuit Court of theFirst Judicial Circuit, Territory of Hawaii,Territory of Hawaii, Lillian Loo,Beatrice L. United States Court of Appeals Ninth Circuit. July 14, 1958. Akana filed a motion in this Court for an order staying the trial of the eminent domain proceedings in the Circuit, Court of the First Judicial Circuit

Cheryl Bessette, for Herself and on Behalf of All Others Similarly Situated v. Avco Financial Services, Inc. Avco Financial Services of Rhode Island, Inc. Avco Financial Services of Colorado, Inc. Avco Financial Services Management Co., United States Court of Appeals for the First Circuit , 230 F.3d 439 (2000)

States Court of Appeals For the First Circuit No. 99-2291 Heard June 8, 2000Decided October 27, 2000As amended December 15, 2000. First Circuit. of action for damages or sanctions under § 524 is a question of first impression in the First Circuit.

John S. Edmunds v. Robert Won Bae Chang, Individually and in His Capacity as Judge, First Circuit Court, State of Hawaii , 509 F.2d 39 (1975)

EDMUNDS, Petitioner-Appellee,v.Robert WON BAE CHANG, Individually and in his capacity asJudge, First Circuit Court, State of Hawaii,Respondent-Appellant United States Court of Appeals,Ninth Circuit. Jan. 2, 1975. George Pai, Atty. Edward Lumbard, Senior United States Circuit Judge for the Second Circuit, sitting by designation 1 The facts of this case

First National Bank of Memphis, a National Banking Association v. Marion S. Boyd, Judge of the United States District Court for the Western District of Tennessee , 249 F.2d 443 (1957)

BOYD, Judge of the United States District Court for the Western District of Tennessee, Respondent. No. 13094. United States Court of Appeals Sixth Circuit. September 23, 1957. Before ALLEN, MILLER and STEWART, Circuit Judges. And the Court being of the opinion that the Writ should not issue for the reasons stated by the Court in its opinion filed this day, 3

Milton L. Herd v. T.S. Walker, Judge Carter County District Court, Court Clerk First Deputy Clerk of Oklahoma Criminal Court of Appeals David R. Chandler, Attorney John Douglas, Oklahoma Bar Association Jack Cowley Attorney General of the State of Oklahoma , 986 F.2d 1427 (1993)

WALKER, Judge; Carter County District Court, CourtClerk; First Deputy Clerk of Oklahoma Criminal Court ofAppeals; David R. United States Court of Appeals, Tenth Circuit. Feb. 22, 1993. Before TACHA, BALDOCK and PAUL KELLY, Jr., Circuit Judges. Herd appeals an order of the United States District Court for the Western District of Oklahoma dismissing his petition for a writ of habeas corpus under

Perez v. The First National , perez-v-the-first-national (1998)

[NOT FOR PUBLICATION--NOT TO BE CITED AS PRECEDENT] United States Court of Appeals For the First Circuit No. 98-1382 First, the district court dismissed the suit against the former First National Bank of Boston for lack of jurisdiction, citing Fed. R. Civ. The judgment of the district court is affirmed, but we modify the court's order to provide for the dismissal of any state law claims without prejudice

Perez v. The First National , perez-v-the-first-national (1998)

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In the Matter of Petition for F. J. Reilly for Review of an Order of the National Railroad Adjustment Board, First Division , 442 F.2d 26 (1971)

442 F.2d 26 In the Matter of Petition for F. J. REILLY for Review of an Order of the National Railroad Adjustment Board, First Division. United States Court of Appeals, Seventh Circuit. April 22, 1971. William J. Harte, Chicago, Ill., John L. Another order of discharge for the same offense was entered on April 27, 1953. 5 The decision of the First Division of the National

Irene O'COnnell Kruse v. Court of Appeal of the State of California for the First Appellate District, William A. Newsom John T. Racanelli, in Their Individual and Official Capacities as Members of Division One of the Said Court of Appeal Superior Court of the State of California for the County of Sonoma Winslow Christian Bank of America National Trust & Savings Associations Leland Parachini, Steinberg Flinn, Matzger & Melnick David B. Flinn, Irene O'COnnell Kruse, and Frederick Watson v. Court of Appeal of the State of California for the First Appellate District, William A. Newsom John T. Racanelli, in Their Individual and Official Capacities as Members of Division One of the Said Court of Appeal Superior Court of the State of California for the County of Sonoma Winslow Christian Bank of America National Trust & Savings Association Leland Parachini, Steinberg Flinn, Matzger & Melnick David B. Flinn, Irene O'COnnell Kruse v. Court of Appeal of the State of California for the First Appellate District, William A. Newsom John T. Racanelli, in Their Individual and Official Capacities as Members of Division One of the Said Court of Appeal Superior Court of the State of California for the County of Sonoma Winslow Christian Bank of America National Trust & Savings Association Leland Parachini, Steinberg Flinn, Matzger & Melnick David B. Flinn , 947 F.2d 950 (1991)

,v.COURT OF APPEAL OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA FOR THE FIRSTAPPELLATE DISTRICT, William A. United States Court of Appeals, Ninth Circuit. Argued and Submitted Sept. 13, 1991.Decided Oct. 24, 1991. * This disposition is not appropriate for publication and may not be cited to or by the courts of this circuit except

John J. Costello v. Justice Hofstadter, Justice Aurelio, of the Supreme Court, First Dept., State of New York , 248 F.2d 463 (1957)

., of the Supreme Court, First Dept., State of New York, Defendants-Appellees. No. 36. Docket 24585. United States Court of Appeals Second Circuit. Argued October 18, 1957. Decided October 18, 1957. Appeal from the District Court for the Southern District of New York; Edward Weinfeld, Judge. John J.

The First National Bank of Boston, a National Banking Corporation v. United States District Court for the Central District of California, Jose A. Navarrete, Real Party in Interest , 468 F.2d 180 (1972)

United States Court of Appeals,Ninth Circuit. Sept. 28, 1972. Fred F. MOORE, Circuit Judge: 1 Petitioner, The First National Bank of Boston, a National Banking Corporation (the Bank), applies for a writ First National Bank of Boston, a National Banking Corporation, Defendant" to the United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts.1

Stich v. California Court of Appeal, First Appellate Dist., Div. Five , 805 F.2d 1039 (1986)

805 F.2d 1039 Stichv.California Court of Appeal, First Appellate Dist., Div. Five 85-2375, 85-2583 United States Court of Appeals,Ninth Circuit. 11/19/86 1 N.D.Cal. AFFIRMED

James Selkin v. Donald E. Mielke, District Attorney for the First Judicial District and Dana Easter, Deputy District Attorney for the First Judicial District , 46 F.3d 1152 (1995)

MIELKE, District Attorney for the First JudicialDistrict; and Dana Easter, Deputy DistrictAttorney for the First JudicialDistrict, Defendants-Appellees United States Court of Appeals, Tenth Circuit. Jan. 5, 1995. Before MOORE, ANDERSON and KELLY, Circuit Judges. incorporates the paragraphs of the first.

Murray Becker, Distributee Under the Court Plan of Liquidation of the First Hartford Exchange Fund, Inc., Securities & Exchange Commission v. The First Hartford Exchange Fund, Inc., Kenneth N. Lavine, Esq., Conservator-Appellee , 422 F.2d 820 (1970)

422 F.2d 820 Murray BECKER, Distributee under the Court Plan of Liquidation of The First Hartford Exchange Fund, Inc., Appellant,Securities & Exchange United States Court of Appeals, Second Circuit. Argued October 8, 1969. Decided February 11, 1970. ) of Demco Estates, Ltd. 6% Debentures, exchanged them on or about September 15, 1965 for 2,400 shares of The First Hartford Exchange Fund, Inc.

In Re Letter Rogatory From the First Court of First Instance in Civil Matters, Caracas, Venezuela, in the Matter of Electronic Data Systems Corporation. Electronic Data Systems, Movant-Appellant , 42 F.3d 308 (1995)

Serv. 3d 1190 In re LETTER ROGATORY FROM the FIRST COURT OF FIRST INSTANCEIN CIVIL MATTERS, CARACAS, VENEZUELA, in theMatter of Electronic Data Systems United States Court of Appeals,Fifth Circuit. Jan. 13, 1995. Ayala T. Alexopoulos, Bruce S. Friedman, EDS, Office of the Gen. As part of this litigation, the First Court of First Instance in Civil Matters in Caracas, Venezuela issued a letter rogatory requesting judicial assistance

Casa Marie, Inc. v. Superior Court of Puerto Rico for the District of Arecibo, Casa Marie, Inc. v. Superior Court of Puerto Rico for the District of Arecibo, Esther Rivera Santos , 988 F.2d 252 (1993)

United States Court of Appeals,First Circuit. Heard March 2, 1992.Decided March 9, 1993. Anabelle Rodriguez Rodriguez, Deputy Sol. "), and the Superior Court of Puerto Rico for the District of Arecibo ("Superior Court"), appeal from an order of the United States District Court for of the Superior Court judgment to the Supreme Court of Puerto Rico, the Casa Marie owners alleged, for the first time, that the neighbors had discriminated

Donald K. Stern v. United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts , 214 F.3d 4 (2000)

United States Court of Appeals, for the First Circuit. State Rule 3.8(f) into the armamentarium of its local rules, passes the first prong of the test. First, Congress has empowered the Supreme Court to prescribe rules of practice and procedure for the federal courts. See 28 U.S.C. 2072(a).

The First National Bank of Chicago v. The United States , 964 F.2d 1137 (1992)

United States Court of Appeals,Federal Circuit. May 27, 1992. Michael M. LOURIE, Circuit Judge. 1 The First National Bank of Chicago (the Bank) appeals the April 12, 1991, decision by the United States Claims Court, First Nat'l Bank of Chicago v.

Raymond A. Chamberlin v. Clinton W. White, P.J., Court of Appeal of the State of California, First District Division Three , 972 F.2d 1337 (1992)

WHITE, P.J., Court of Appeal of the State ofCalifornia, First District Division Three,Defendant-Appellee. No. 91-16390. United States Court of Appeals, Ninth Circuit. Submitted July 29, 1992.*Decided Aug. 6, 1992. White, Court of Appeal of the State of California, First District, Division Three ("Division Three"), to transfer a pending criminal appeal to another

U. S. Ex Rel. Toporoff v. Hon. Justices of the Supreme Court of State of New York, First Judicial District , 490 F.2d 1406 (1974)

Justices of The Supreme Court of State of New York,First Judicial District 73-2118 UNITED STATES COURT OF APPEALS Second Circuit 1/30/74

Diversified Foods v. The First National , diversified-foods-v-the-first-national (1993)

February 8, 1993 UNITED STATES COURT OF APPEALS For The First Circuit No APPEAL FROM THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF MAINE [Hon. D. Brock Hornby, U.S. The branch of that doctrine of concern here, known for many years as merger (if the plaintiff had won the first case) and bar (if the

Diversified Foods v. The First National , diversified-foods-v-the-first-national (1993)

USCA1 Opinion February 8, 1993 UNITED STATES COURT OF APPEALS For The First APPEAL FROM THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF MAINE [Hon. BOUDIN, Circuit Judge.

William G. Reinstein v. Superior Court Department of the Trial Court of Massachusetts , 661 F.2d 255 (1981)

United States Court of Appeals,First Circuit. Argued April 9, 1981.Decided Sept. 30, 1981. Francis J. During the first a witness for the Commonwealth, one Sharigian, fell ill during cross-examination. Though recognizing that a defendant presumably suffers regardless of the reasons for aborting the first trial, see United States v.

The First National Bank of Omaha v. The United States of America , 490 F.2d 1054 (1974)

United States Court of Appeals, Eighth Circuit. Submitted Nov. 15, 1973.Decided Jan. 30, 1974. Michael L. MOORE, Senior Circuit Judge, Second Circuit, sitting by designation 1 United States District Court for the District of Nebraska 3 The plaintiffs' first claim for a refund, filed on March 13, 1967, was for estate taxes paid in the amount of $242,986.82.

Everett R. Downing v. The New Mexico State Supreme Court, the First Judicial District Court, Santa Fe, New Mexico, and Warden Harold A. Cox, Penitentiary of New Mexico , 339 F.2d 435 (1964)

DOWNING, Appellant,v.The NEW MEXICO STATE SUPREME COURT, the First Judicial District Court, Santa Fe, New Mexico, and Warden Harold A. Cox, Penitentiary of New Mexico, Appellees. No. 7841. United States Court of Appeals Tenth Circuit. December 16, 1964. John L. ., State of New Mexico, on the brief), for appellees. Before LEWIS, BREITENSTEIN and HILL, Circuit Judges.

Bartolomeo Monge v. James G. Smyth, Collector of Internal Revenue for the First District of California , 229 F.2d 361 (1956)

SMYTH, Collector of Internal Revenue for the First District of California, Appellee. No. 14494. United States Court of Appeals Ninth Circuit. January 17, 1956. Rehearing Denied March 8, 1956. Seaman & Dick, Wareham C. income taxes for the years in question.1 As noted, on the first appeal to this Court the appeal was dismissed without prejudice.

First National Bank of Minneapolis v. Order of Saint Paul, First Hermit--The Pauline Fathers , 506 F.2d 1051 (1974)

506 F.2d 1051 First National Bank of Minneapolisv.Order of Saint Paul, First Hermit--The Pauline Fathers 74-1442 UNITED STATES COURT OF APPEALS Third Circuit 12/13/74 1 E.D.Pa.

First National Bank of Minneapolis v. Order of Saint Paul, First Hermit--The Pauline Fathers , 485 F.2d 679 (1973)

485 F.2d 679 First National Bank of Minneapolisv.Order of Saint Paul, First Hermit--The Pauline Fathers 73-1310 UNITED STATES COURT OF APPEALS Third Circuit 10/26/73 E.D.Pa., 354 F.

Home Indemnity Co. v. The First National Bank of Waukegan and Willtrue Loyd, the First National Bank of Waukegan , 659 F.2d 796 (1981)

United States Court of Appeals,Seventh Circuit. Argued May 27, 1981.Decided Sept. 15, 1981.Rehearing Denied Oct. 21, 1981. Whether or not Home's duty was violated as early as July 26 when it first obtained knowledge of the fraud, as the district court held, the duty certainly Markey of the United States Court of Customs and Patent Appeals, is sitting by designation 1 Section 4-207(1)(a) provides

The First State Bank of Booker, Texas, a Corporation v. The First National Bank of Beaver, Oklahoma, a Corporation , 319 F.2d 338 (1963)

United States Court of Appeals Tenth Circuit. June 27, 1963. Rehearing Denied July 25, 1963. Miles, Beaver, Okl., on the brief), for appellee. Before BREITENSTEIN, HILL and SETH, Circuit Judges. The court in support of this statement cited First National Bank of Cushing v. Woods, 172 Okl. 645, 46 P.2d 565; First National Bank of Westville v.

Gonzalo Fernos-Lopez v. United States District Court for the District of Puerto Rico , 599 F.2d 1087 (1979)

United States Court of Appeals,First Circuit. Argued Feb. 8, 1979.Decided June 14, 1979. Two citations for contempt of the district court were quashed at the end of the trial. Contempt of Bankruptcy Court 10 The power of a court to punish for contempt is inherent and essential to the administration of justice

The Cain Partnership, Ltd. v. The First National Bank of Louisville , 996 F.2d 1214 (1993)

United States Court of Appeals, Sixth Circuit. July 1, 1993. Before: KENNEDY, NORRIS, and SUHRHEINRICH, Circuit Judges. ALAN E. NORRIS, Circuit Judge. 1 Plaintiff, The Cain Partnership, Ltd., appeals the district court's grant of summary judgment to defendant , The First National Bank of Louisville ("the bank"), in plaintiff's action for declaratory relief.

C. Vernon Mason v. Departmental Disciplinary Committee, Appellate Division of the Supreme Court of the State of New York, First Judicial Department: Office of Chief Counsel , 894 F.2d 512 (1990)

United States Court of Appeals,Second Circuit. Argued Oct. 4, 1989.Decided Jan. 16, 1990. Stephanie Y. Vernon Mason, a lawyer, appeals from the August 24, 1989, judgment of the District Court for the Southern District of New York (John E. On February 16, the Honorable Sol Wachtler, Chief Judge of the New York Court of Appeals, directed the First Department to make an inquiry concerning the

United States of America Ex Rel. John W. Gentry v. The Circuit Court of Cook County, Municipal Division, First Municipal District, Richard J. Elrod, Sheriff of Cook County, Illinois and Charles Rowe, Director, Department of Corrections, State of Illinois , 586 F.2d 1142 (1978)

United States Court of Appeals,Seventh Circuit. Argued Sept. 20, 1978.Decided Nov. 15, 1978. Raymond H. R. Before SPRECHER and TONE, Circuit Judges, and KILKENNY, Senior Circuit Judge.* KILKENNY, Circuit Judge. 1 Gentry appeals from Kilkenny, Senior Circuit Judge, United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, is sitting by designation 1 Sometimes

United States v. Vixamar , united-states-v-vixamar (2012)

United States Court of Appeals For the First Circuit No. 11-1217 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, States Court of Appeals For the First Circuit No. 11-1217 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, States Court of Appeals For the First Circuit No. 11-1217 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA,

Clifton C. Tang v. Appellate Division of the New York Supreme Court, First Department, and Honorable Justices Aron Steuer , 487 F.2d 138 (1974)

United States Court of Appeals,Second Circuit. Argued March 13, 1973.Decided Oct. 19, 1973.Certiorari Denied April 1, 1974.See 94 S. MULLIGAN, Circuit Judge: 1 This is an appeal from a judgment of the United States District Court for the Southern District of New adjudication of his constitutional claims was by appeal to the Supreme Court from a determination of the New York Court of Appeals.1 What both my colleagues

Henderson Supplee, Jr. v. Francis R. Smith, Collector of Internal Revenue for the First District of Pennsylvania , 242 F.2d 855 (1957)

SMITH, Collector of Internal Revenue for the First District of Pennsylvania, Appellant. No. 11984. United States Court of Appeals Third Circuit. Argued November 15, 1956. Decided March 28, 1957. I. Henry Kutz, Washington, D. It was the law in the taxable years with which we are concerned, in this circuit, prior to the decisions of the Supreme Court in the Fondren and Disston

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United States Court of Appeals, First Circuit , 944 F.2d 949 (1991)

United States Court of Appeals,First Circuit. Heard Jan. 9, 1991.Decided April 26, 1991.On Rehearing Aug. 1, 1991. Gerald S. ., for Diane Lewis. Before BREYER, Chief Judge, Aldrich, Senior Circuit Judge, and Torruella, Circuit Judge. of such misconduct would be reduction of their fee to what they should have asked for in the first place. 47 612 F.2d at 1059.

United States Court of Appeals, First Circuit , 899 F.2d 129 (1990)

United States Court of Appeals,First Circuit. Heard Jan. 8, 1990.Decided March 30, 1990. John J. ., was on brief, for plaintiff, appellee. Before BREYER and CYR, Circuit Judges, and BOWNES, Senior Circuit Judge. 13 Accordingly, the district court imposed a sanction consisting of a $20,000 attorney's fee. 14 New England appeals

Lane v. First Circuit Court/appeals , 47 F.3d 426 (1995)

47 F.3d 426 Lanev.First Circuit Court/Appeals** NO. 94-30346 United States Court of Appeals,Fifth Circuit.

Jeffrey J. Lau v. Circuit Court of the First Circuit , 985 F.2d 573 (1993)

LAU, Petitioner-Appellant,v.CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FIRST CIRCUIT, Respondent-Appellee. No. 92-15728. United States Court of Appeals, Ninth Circuit. Submitted Jan. 27, 1993.*Decided Jan. 29, 1993. Lau, a Hawaii state probationer, appeals the district court's dismissal of his 28 U.S.C. § 2254 petition for habeas corpus.

Kenneth Warren Hanson v. Circuit Court of the First Judicial Circuit of Illinois , 591 F.2d 404 (1979)

591 F.2d 404 Kenneth Warren HANSON, Petitioner-Appellant,v.CIRCUIT COURT OF the FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF ILLINOIS,Respondent-Appellee. United States Court of Appeals,Seventh Circuit. Argued Nov. 30, 1978.Decided Jan. 29, 1979. ., Circuit Judge. 1 The petitioner, Kenneth Warren Hanson, appeals to this court from the trial court's dismissal of his petition

Dwight O. Dow v. Circuit Court of the First Circuit, Through the Honorable Wendell K. Huddy, Criminal Administrative Judge , 995 F.2d 922 (1993)

DOW, Petitioner-Appellant,v.CIRCUIT COURT OF the FIRST CIRCUIT, through the HonorableWendell K. United States Court of Appeals,Ninth Circuit. Argued and Submitted May 7, 1993.Decided June 10, 1993. Earle A. Appeal from the United States District Court for the District of Hawaii. Before: GOODWIN, TANG, and NOONAN, Circuit Judges.

Floyd J. Lofton, Circuit Judge of the Sixth Judicial District of Arkansas, First Division v. U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Arkansas , 882 F.2d 300 (1989)

LOFTON, Circuit Judge of the Sixth JudicialDistrict of Arkansas, First Division, Petitioner,v.U.S. DISTRICT COURT FOR the EASTERN DISTRICT OF ARKANSAS, Respondent. No. 89-1442. United States Court of Appeals,Eighth Circuit. The district court subsequently reopened the 1985 decree for the "limited purposes of dealing with present and future compliance problems," and joined

Morris May v. Court of Appeals, First Appellate District of Ohio, Defendants , 848 F.2d 192 (1988)

,v.COURT OF APPEALS, FIRST APPELLATE DISTRICT OF OHIO, et al. United States Court of Appeals, Sixth Circuit. May 2, 1988. Before LIVELY, KRUPANSKY and BOGGS, Circuit Judges. The appeal has been referred to a panel of the court pursuant to Rule 9(a), Rules of the Sixth Circuit.

Dwight O. Dow v. Circuit Court of the First Circuit, Through the Honorable Marie N. Milks, Criminal and Administrative Judge and Robert A. Marks, Attorney General of Hawaii , 53 F.3d 338 (1995)

DOW, Petitioner-Appellant,v.CIRCUIT COURT OF the FIRST CIRCUIT, Through the HonorableMarie N. MILKS, Criminal and Administrative Judge;and Robert A. United States Court of Appeals, Ninth Circuit. The district court dismissed the case for lack of jurisdiction. Dow v. Circuit Court, 779 F. Supp. 139 (D.Haw.1991).

Sammartano v. First Judicial District Court, in and for the County of Carson City , 303 F.3d 959 (2002)

United States Court of Appeals, Ninth Circuit. Argued and Submitted February 12, 2002. Filed August 26, 2002. On the second floor are two courtrooms for the Justice Court of Carson City Township, the clerk's office for that court, the chambers of two justices of On the third floor are two courtrooms for the First Judicial District Court of the State of Nevada, the clerk's office, and the chambers of two judges

Bessie S. Akana, Etc. v. Albert M. Felix, Third Judge, of the Circuit Court of the First Judicial Circuit, Territory of Hawaii, Territory of Hawaii, Lillian Loo, Beatrice L. Luke and Kan Jung Luke , 261 F.2d 773 (1958)

FELIX, Third Judge, of the Circuit Court of theFirst Judicial Circuit, Territory of Hawaii,Territory of Hawaii, Lillian Loo,Beatrice L. United States Court of Appeals Ninth Circuit. July 14, 1958. Akana filed a motion in this Court for an order staying the trial of the eminent domain proceedings in the Circuit, Court of the First Judicial Circuit

Cheryl Bessette, for Herself and on Behalf of All Others Similarly Situated v. Avco Financial Services, Inc. Avco Financial Services of Rhode Island, Inc. Avco Financial Services of Colorado, Inc. Avco Financial Services Management Co., United States Court of Appeals for the First Circuit , 230 F.3d 439 (2000)

States Court of Appeals For the First Circuit No. 99-2291 Heard June 8, 2000Decided October 27, 2000As amended December 15, 2000. First Circuit. of action for damages or sanctions under § 524 is a question of first impression in the First Circuit.

John S. Edmunds v. Robert Won Bae Chang, Individually and in His Capacity as Judge, First Circuit Court, State of Hawaii , 509 F.2d 39 (1975)

EDMUNDS, Petitioner-Appellee,v.Robert WON BAE CHANG, Individually and in his capacity asJudge, First Circuit Court, State of Hawaii,Respondent-Appellant United States Court of Appeals,Ninth Circuit. Jan. 2, 1975. George Pai, Atty. Edward Lumbard, Senior United States Circuit Judge for the Second Circuit, sitting by designation 1 The facts of this case

First National Bank of Memphis, a National Banking Association v. Marion S. Boyd, Judge of the United States District Court for the Western District of Tennessee , 249 F.2d 443 (1957)

BOYD, Judge of the United States District Court for the Western District of Tennessee, Respondent. No. 13094. United States Court of Appeals Sixth Circuit. September 23, 1957. Before ALLEN, MILLER and STEWART, Circuit Judges. And the Court being of the opinion that the Writ should not issue for the reasons stated by the Court in its opinion filed this day, 3

Milton L. Herd v. T.S. Walker, Judge Carter County District Court, Court Clerk First Deputy Clerk of Oklahoma Criminal Court of Appeals David R. Chandler, Attorney John Douglas, Oklahoma Bar Association Jack Cowley Attorney General of the State of Oklahoma , 986 F.2d 1427 (1993)

WALKER, Judge; Carter County District Court, CourtClerk; First Deputy Clerk of Oklahoma Criminal Court ofAppeals; David R. United States Court of Appeals, Tenth Circuit. Feb. 22, 1993. Before TACHA, BALDOCK and PAUL KELLY, Jr., Circuit Judges. Herd appeals an order of the United States District Court for the Western District of Oklahoma dismissing his petition for a writ of habeas corpus under

Perez v. The First National , perez-v-the-first-national (1998)

[NOT FOR PUBLICATION--NOT TO BE CITED AS PRECEDENT] United States Court of Appeals For the First Circuit No. 98-1382 First, the district court dismissed the suit against the former First National Bank of Boston for lack of jurisdiction, citing Fed. R. Civ. The judgment of the district court is affirmed, but we modify the court's order to provide for the dismissal of any state law claims without prejudice

Perez v. The First National , perez-v-the-first-national (1998)

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In the Matter of Petition for F. J. Reilly for Review of an Order of the National Railroad Adjustment Board, First Division , 442 F.2d 26 (1971)

442 F.2d 26 In the Matter of Petition for F. J. REILLY for Review of an Order of the National Railroad Adjustment Board, First Division. United States Court of Appeals, Seventh Circuit. April 22, 1971. William J. Harte, Chicago, Ill., John L. Another order of discharge for the same offense was entered on April 27, 1953. 5 The decision of the First Division of the National

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Diversified Foods v. The First National , diversified-foods-v-the-first-national (1993)

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Bartolomeo Monge v. James G. Smyth, Collector of Internal Revenue for the First District of California , 229 F.2d 361 (1956)

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First National Bank of Minneapolis v. Order of Saint Paul, First Hermit--The Pauline Fathers , 506 F.2d 1051 (1974)

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