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U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit - Justia Case Law Summaries
  • United States v. Smith
    Smith, pretending to be pregnant, took her half-sister’s newborn son from his bassinette during the night and started to drive from Beloit, Wisconsin, to her...
  • United States v. Rebolledo-Delgadillo
    Rebolledo contacted a DEA confidential informant (CI), believing him to be a cocaine purchaser. During three meetings at the CI’s horse ranch, Rebolledo offered to...
  • Burris v. Smith
    During an argument, Burris fired his handgun, hitting Kamal in the neck and paralyzing him. Burris fled and evaded police for five months, before surrendering....
  • Wells v. Winnebago County
    Wells worked as a “computer navigator” at the Winnebago County courthouse, helping pro se litigants deal with the judicial system’s requirements. She claimed that before...
  • N. Ill. Serv. Co. v. Sec'y of Labor
    NISC operates portable rock-crushing units that it dispatches to quarries as needed. When inspecting some of these units, the Mine Safety and Health Administration concluded...
  • Miller v. Zatecky
    Miller was convicted in Indiana of three counts of child molestation and sentenced to three consecutive 40-year terms. The sexual abuse, including anal intercourse, began...
  • United States v. Williams
    Milwaukee police officers saw Williams walking in the middle of the road and talking on a cell phone at 1:30 in the morning. When they...
  • Bolling v. Carter
    Plaintiff, a pretrial detainee at Cook County Jail, fell and injured his back. It was a month before he was able to see a doctor....
  • Houston v. C.G. Sec. Servs., Inc.
    Houston sued Hyatt and C.G. for breach of contract, intentional misconduct, and negligence in connection with injuries she sustained after falling at the downtown Indianapolis...
  • Herron v. Meyer
    Former gang member Herron is serving long sentences. Before his transfer to Terre Haute, he was attacked by inmates and left permanently disabled and confined...

 

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