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Family Law; Contempt | The parties in this case, Father and Mother, were married with children, but following a divorce, the parties to agree to the appointment of a special master to resolve any related disputes. Mother filed a show cause motion, alleging that Father had repeatedly failed to comply

Criminal Law; Fourth Amendment | A police officer approached the defendant as he appeared to be asleep behind the wheel of a car parked in a parking lot. The officer opened the door of the car, then saw illegal contraband.

Family Law: Custody Modification | Parent had primary physical custody of Child. Parent did not pick up Child from school because Parent was in the hospital, and Child missed several days of school. Father petitioned to modify custody, asserting that a material and substantial change in circumstances occurred—specifically, Child missing

Attorney Discipline | An Attorney faced criminal charges for failing to properly file withholding tax returns, remit withholding taxes, and submit monies collected from his employees in payment of their income tax obligations. In response to these charges, the OPC filed a complaint against him under Rule 8.4(c) of the

Workers’ Compensation | Israel Velasco seriously injured while working. His finger was eventually amputated after he was cleared to begin working again. Velasco held various jobs before his finger required amputation, but he requested temporary permanent disability from the date of injury until he was cleared for full-time work after

Property; Civil Procedure | In a case with a complex backstory, Appellants sued various parties, seeking to set aside the sale of Property, which had been sold at a trustee’s sale. The district court granted a motion to dismiss and multiple motions for summary judgment in favor of Appellees.