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Criminal Law: Drug Trafficking – Ruse Checkpoint – Sufficiency Of Evidence

(1)Where officers during a traffic stop of a car that left the highway immediately after seeing a sign announcing a drug checkpoint observed that the passenger was nervous, was a prior drug offender and carried a large stack of cash ...

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Civil Practice: Class Action – Settlement Agreement – Jurisdiction

Where a mortgage company that was a defendant in a class action suit over alleged mortgage act violations filed a motion for the trial court to interpret and enforce the parties’ settlement agreement, the trial court erred in granting the ...

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Insurance: Underinsured Motorist – Stacking – ‘Other Insurance’ Provision

(1)Where plaintiffs whose daughter was killed in an auto accident sued their insurer to collect under their own underinsured motorist policies after collecting from the tortfeasors, the provisions within the policies’ “Other Insurance” section are ambiguous when read together as ...

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Criminal Law: Animal Abuse – Sufficiency Of Evidence – Lesser-Included Offense

Where defendant testified that she knew her dog was sick for several months and did not contact a veterinarian despite the dog’s extreme weight loss and continued decline, the evidence supported a finding that the defendant knowingly failed to provide ...

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Appellate Practice: Inadequate Brief – Pro Se Appellant – Election Procedure

Where a pro se appellant filed a pleading seeking a new election and challenging a prohibition on write-in candidates, the brief was inadequate because it failed to include a concise jurisdictional statement, the statement of facts was argumentative and the ...

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