U.S. 7th Circuit Court of Appeals

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U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit - Justia Case Law Summaries
  • United States v. Smith
    Smith was indicted for conspiring to distribute marijuana, 21 U.S.C. 841 and 846, purchasing a vehicle with currency derived from an unlawful activity, 18 U.S.C....
  • United States v. Wamiq
    After being caught in a 2011 ATF sting operation out of a Milwaukee warehouse, Wamiq was convicted of four counts of knowingly shipping, transporting, receiving,...
  • Lopez-Esparza v. Holder
    Esparza testified that he came to the U.S. in 1999 and returned to Mexico from late 2001 to early in 2002; again in late 2002;...
  • Chicago Bldg. Design, P.C. v. Mongolian House Inc.
    CBD designs and builds restaurants. Its client, Mongolian House, wanted to renovate an upscale Chicago restaurant called “Plan B.” CBD designed the interior and in...
  • Sterk v. Redbox Automated Retail, LLC
    Redbox operates automated self‐service kiosks at which customers rent DVDs and Blu‐ray discs with a debit or credit card. Redbox outsources certain functions to service...
  • Berrey v. Travelers Indem. Co. of Am.
    Berrey was injured in an automobile accident at work. The at‐fault driver, who did not work with Berrey, carried liability insurance, but the cost of...
  • nClosures Inc. v. Block & Co., Inc.
    In 2011, nClosures and Block began a business relationship in which nClosures designed and Block manufactured metal enclosures for electronic tablets, such as iPads. The...
  • United States v. Sinclair
    Sinclair was arrested for driving with a suspended license. The police found a loaded handgun, a distribution quantity of marijuana, and tools of the drug-trafficking...
  • United States v. Horton
    Horton, a 20-year-old karate instructor who used his iPhone to film himself sexually molesting three of his young students, pleaded guilty to six counts of...
  • United States v. Moody
    Milwaukee police responded to shots fired behind a residence and discovered Moody with a loaded pistol. Moody admitted that the gun was his. He pleaded...

 

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