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Oak Hills Highlands Association, Inc. v. Levasseur

A-12-1173, Oak Hills Highlands Assoc., Inc (Appellant) v. LeVasseur, et al. 

Douglas County, District Court Judge Peter C. Bataillon

Attorney for Appellant:  Ben Thompson (Thompson Law Office, PC, LLO)

Attorney for Appellee:  Albert M. Engles, James C. Boesen (Engles, Ketcham, Olson & Keith, PC)

Civil Action:  Suit to Foreclose Condominium Assessment Liens

Action Taken by Trial Court:  The district court granted summary judgment in favor of the appellees.

Ensign v. BNSF Railway Company

A-13-0112, Randy Ensign (Appellant) v. BNSF Railway Company

District Court for Box Butte County, District Judge Travis P. O’Gorman

Attorneys for Appellant:  Andrew W. Snyder (Chaloupka Holyoke Law Firm) & Roger C. Denton & Elizabeth Wilkins (Schlichter Bogard Law Firm)

Attorneys for Appellee:  Nochole S. Bogen & Thomas C. Sattler (Sattler & Bogen)

Civil Action:  Action under the Federal Employers’ Liability Act

OSC Ambassador, LLC v. Blum

A-12-0349,  OSC Ambassador, LLC, et al. (Appellants) v. Blum, et al.

Douglas County, District Court Judge W. Mark Ashford

Attorney for Appellants:  W. Patrick Betterman, Lindsay E. Pedersen (Law Offices of W. Patrick Betterman)

Attorney for Appellee:  Patrick R. Guinan (Erickson, Sederstrom, P.C., LLO)

Civil Action:  Application to Release Lis Pendens

Matthews v. Matthews

A-12-920, Matthews v. Matthews (Appellant)

Sarpy County, District Court Judge Max Kelch

Attorney for Appellant:  Justin A. Quinn

Attorney for Appellee:  Gerald D. Johnson (Johnson & Peckny, L.L.C.)

Dissolution Action:  Complaint to Register Foreign Judgment, Modification of Custody, and Petition to Remove Minor Child From The Jurisdiction

Action Taken by Trial Court:  The district court registered the foreign judgments, and denied the appellant’s request to modify custody and remove the minor child from the jurisdiction.

Horner v. Horner

A-12-1043, Tamara E. Horner (Appellant) v. Robert A. Horner (Cross-Appellant)

Douglas County, District Court Judge Leigh Ann Retelsdorf

Attorney for Appellant:  Paul J. Gardner, Kevin J. McCoy, Aaron F. Smeall (Smith, Gardner, Slusky, Lazer, Pohren & Rogers, LLP)

Attorney for Appellee:  Jeffrey A. Wagner (Schirber & Wagner)

Civil Action:  Dissolution of Marriage

Wilson v. Wilson

A-12-1031, Jon R. Wilson (Appellant) v. Kelly M. Wilson

Dodge County, District Court Judge Geoffrey C. Hall

Attorney for Appellant:  Bradley D. Holtorf (Sidner, Svoboda, Schilke, Thomsen, Holtorf, Boggy, Nick & Placek)

Attorney for Appellee:  Denise Frost (Johnson & Mock)

Civil Action:  Dissolution of Marriage

Fuller v. Lewis

A-13-0353, Debra Stefan, Successor Personal Representative of the Estate of Virginia Hawkins, Deceased (Appellant) v. Roger Lewis

District Court for Hitchcock County, District Judge David W. Urbom

Attorney for Appellant:  Nick Halbur (Thompson Law Firm)

Attorney for Appellee:  Maurice A. Green (Green Law Firm)

Civil Action:  Equity action concerning ownership of funds in joint checking account

State v. Gomez

A-13-0081, State of Nebraska v. Jorge Gomez (Appellant)

District Court for Buffalo County, District Judge William T. Wright

Attorney for Appellant:  Ross Pesek (Dornan Lustgarten Law Firm)

Attorney for Appellee:  Nathan A. Liss (Attorney General’s Office)

Criminal Action:  Possession of a controlled substance with intent to distribute

Action taken by the Trial Court:  The trial court denied Gomez’ motion to suppress. Following a bench trial, Gomez was found guilty and sentenced to 1 year in jail.

State v. Herrin

A-12-1026, State of Nebraska v. Doris Herrin (Appellant)

Dawson County, District Court Judge Jams E. Doyle IV

Attorney for Appellant:  Brian J. Davis (Berreckman & Davis, P.C.)

Attorney for Appellee:   Jon Bruning, Nathan A. Liss (Attorney General’s Office)

Criminal Action:  Manslaughter

Action Taken by Trial Court:  A jury found Appellant guilty of manslaughter, and she was sentenced to 18 to 20 years’ imprisonment.