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Marizela Martinez v. The State of Texas--Appeal from 144th Judicial District Court of Bexar County Date: December 27, 2000. Docket Number: 04-99-00570-CR ... Aames Funding Corporation d/b/a Aames Capital Corporation, Aames Capital Corporation, A California Corporation, et al.; and Wendover and Wendover Funds, ...


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Aug 4, 2015 ... The pump jack that injured Martinez, owned by Angel Exploration, was not protected by safety guarding, something Martinez contends was required ..... See Restatement (First) of Torts § 340 (1934); see also Dobbs, supra, § 276; 5 Fowler V. Harper et al., Harper, James and Gray on Torts § 27.13, at 277 n.


in United States v. Martinez-Fuerte that the United States Customs and. Border Protection (“Border Patrol,” or “CBP”) could constitutionally operate checkpoints within the United States for the purpose of conducting brief, routine ...... See LYALL ET AL., supra note 52, at 2; Howard Fischer Capitol Media. Services, Drivers ...


25 S 800 et seq.; People v. Chapman, 207 Cal.App.2d 557, 576 the determination of an expert's. 26 qualification is primarily the function of a trial court, and its ruling will not be disturbed in the absence of. 27 an abuse of discretion.) Here, the WCJ properly recognized Dr. Howard as an expert based upon his. MARTINEZ ...


Nov 15, 2010 ... ROBERT MARTINEZ et al., Plaintiffs and Appellants, S167791 v. Ct.App. 3 C054124 THE REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA et al., Yolo County Defendants ...... Charles F. Robinson, Christopher M. Patti, Margaret L. Wu; Howard Rice Nemervoski Canady Falk & Rabkin, Robert D. Hallman; ...


Aug 11, 2010 ... Compare this to the Supreme Court decision of Arkansas Educational Television Comm'n v. Forbes, 523 U.S. 666 (1998), in which the Supreme Courts divides forums into the categories of traditional public forums, designated public forums ( whether open to "all or part of the public"), and nonpublic forums.