Fiore v. White

William Fiore and his co-defendant, David Scarpone, were convicted of operating a hazardous waste facility without a... Continued

Ramdass v. Angelone

A Virginia jury found Bobby Ramdass guilty of murdering Mohammed Kayani, a clerk in the 7-Eleven he held up, and... Continued

Williams v. Taylor

After Terry Williams was convicted of robbery and capital murder; his punishment was fixed at death. In state habeas... Continued

In re Bauer

Pro se petitioner Frederick W. Bauer sought leave to proceed in forma pauperis in the U.S. Supreme Court under Rule 39... Continued

Slack v. McDaniel

Antonio Tonton Slack was convicted of second-degree murder in Nevada. In 1991, after an unsuccessful direct appeal... Continued

Illinois v. Wardlow

Sam Wardlow, who was holding an opaque bag, inexplicably fled an area of Chicago known for heavy narcotics trafficking... Continued

Williams v. Taylor

Michael Wayne Williams was sentenced to death after he was convicted of two capital murders. Ultimately, Williams... Continued

Sims v. Apfel

After a state agency denied Juatassa Sims' application for Social Security disability and Supplemental Security Income... Continued

Texas v. Lesage

Francois Daniel Lesage, an African immigrant of Caucasian descent, was denied admission to the University of Texas Ph.D... Continued

Edwards v. Carpenter

Robert Carpenter was indicted on charges of aggravated murder and aggravated robbery, pleaded guilty, and sentenced to... Continued

Dempsey v. Martin

Pro se petitioner John B. Dempsey sought leave to proceed in forma pauperis in the U.S. Supreme Court under Rule 39... Continued

Weeks v. Angelone

Lonnie Weeks, Jr., was found guilty of capital murder in the death of Virginia State Trooper Jose Cavazos. During the... Continued