VIRGINIA RECREATIONAL USE IMMUNITY FOR CITY CONVENTION CENTER. FRAZIER v. CITY OF NORFOLK. 362 S.E.2d 688 (Va. 1987). Supreme Court of Virgini. November 25, 1987. In this case, plaintiff David G. Frazier fell while attending a religious convention in a convention hall owned by defendant City of ...
Richard FRAZIER v. STATE. 1 Div. 361. Court of Criminal Appeals of Alabama. March 17, 1989. *545 James H. Lackey, Mobile, for appellant. Don Siegelman, Atty. .... on Sunday and told him to have the green Ford Torino moved to a shopping center, according to the city directory, Dickie King had no telephone at that time.
Date: December 28, 2007. Docket Number: 1060310. John Raley v. James Allen Main, as Finance Director of the State of Alabama, et al. Date: December 21, 2007. Docket Number: ... Lateefah Muhammad and Leon E. Frazier v. ..... City of Mobile and the City of Mobile, Alabama, Police and Firefighters Retirement Plan
Jun 23, 2017 ... IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT. FOR THE WESTERN DISTRICT OF TEXAS. SAN ANTONIO DIVISION. CITY OF EL CENIZO, et al.,. Plaintiffs, v. STATE OF TEXAS, et al.,. Defendants. EL PASO COUNTY, et al.,. Plaintiffs, v. STATE OF TEXAS, et al.,. Defendants. CITY OF SAN ANTONIO, et al.,.
Case opinion for AL Supreme Court (Re Robert Battles, Jr. v. City of Mobile).. Read the Court's full decision on FindLaw. ... Supreme Court of Alabama. ... That ordinance reads: “(a) It shall be unlawful and an offense against the city for any person to fail to obey the direction or order of a member of the police department of ...
Jan 10, 2014 ... COURT OF CIVIL APPEALS (In re: Bernice Muhammad v. HSBC Bank USA, N. A. et al.) (Mobile Circuit Court: CV-10-160; Civil Appeals : 2120803; ... Ex parte James Frazier. PETITION FOR WRIT OF CERTIORARI TO THE. COURT OF CRIMINAL APPEALS (In re: James Frazier v. State of Alabama).
Apr 25, 2017 ... Longmire v. City of Mobile, et. al. 16-cv-00025-WS-M, which is pending in the United States. District Court for the Southern District of Alabama. The plaintiff contends her demotion by the City of Mobile Police Department, sustained by the Personnel Board, violated her right to procedural due process of law.