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Wednesday, May 18, 2016
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9:00 am 000cv0000 Anderson - Armed Svcs Board of Contract Appeals
Armed Services Board of Contract Appeals
All Week
 
9:00 am 1 Bryant - Drug Court Program
Drug Court
 
9:00 am 215cr20151 Lipman - Sentencing
USA v. (6) Taquita James
Reagan Taylor -- Jeff Woods
 
9:30 am 215cr20252 Fowlkes - Change of Plea
USA v. Jordan West [USM # 27700-076]
Damon Griffin -- Michael Scholl
 
9:30 am 215cr20255 Pham - Hearing on Mot to Suppress [63] [64]
OCR - USA v (2) Pablo Lopez [USM # 27750-076] - Spanish Interpreters CONFIRMED: Judith Kristy & Heather Hayes
Jerry Kitchen and Michelle Parks -- Alexander Wharton, CJA
 
9:30 am 215cr20255 Pham - Hearing on Motion to Suppress [42]
OCR - USA v (1) Luis Lopez [USM # 27800-076] - Spanish Interpreters CONFIRMED: Judith Kristy & Heather Hayes *** CANCELED PER COP HEARING**
Jerry Kitchen -- Tatine Darker, CJA
 
10:00 am 116cv02232 Bryant - Scheduling Conference
Obion Grain Company, Inc. v. C&S Construction Company of Clinton, Inc. et al
Jeffrey Howard Gibson -- Stephen W. Vescovo // Jeffrey E. Nicoson, Tracy A. Overstreet
 
10:00 am 215cr20226 Fowlkes - Sentencing
USA v. Jeffery Ingram [USM # 27644-076]
Lorraine Craig -- Lorna McClusky
 
10:30 am 116cv01060 Bryant - Scheduling Conference
Teague v. Benton County, Tennessee
Matthew E. Wright -- Jon York, Bill Mauldin
 
10:30 am 215cr20226 Fowlkes - Sentencing
USA v. Freeman Monger [USM # 27643-076]
Lorraine Craig -- Michael Scholl
 
10:30 am 215cr20151 Lipman - Sentencing
USA v. (4) Brandon Heard
Reagan Taylor -- Christopher Sullivan & James Douglas Duckworth
 
11:00 am 116cv01020 Bryant - Scheduling Conference
White v. Henderson County et al
Stephanie Dawn Ritchie Mize -- Jon York, Nathan Tilly
 
1:30 pm 215cr20151 Lipman - Sentencing
USA v. (9) Tavious Jones
Reagan Taylor -- Stephen Leffler