William Davis Shipman (December 29, 1818 – September 24, 1898) was a United States federal judge. He notably presided over the trial of the first person to be convicted and executed in the U.S. for illegal slave smuggling, in 1861. Contents. 1 Early life and education; 2 Career. 2.1 United States v.


Oct 22, 2014 ... UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. §. §. V. ... is the matter of the re-arraignment of Brandy Starr Shipman, the ... a United States Magistrate Judge.


Summary of this case from U.S. Department of Agriculture Rural Housing v. Phillips. holding that plaintiff had adequate notice of conversion of motion to dismiss ...


Case opinion for US 9th Circuit KLEIN v. ... judgment which made the same immunity argument, relying on the California Court of Appeal decision in Shipman v.


UNITED STATES of America et al., Defendants and Respondents. .... court- Division Six of the Second Appellate District Court of Appeal-had held, in Shipman v.


Jul 6, 2015 ... Grievance Review Officer Dennis Shipman. ... Estate of Bennett v. Wainwright ... aspects of his practice of the Native American religion. First, he ...


Groves & Sons Co. Boeing Co. v. Shipman. Follow this and additional works at: ... cert. denied, 351 U.S. 984 (1956), with Davis Frozen Foods, Inc. v. Norfolk.


U.S. Supreme Court Declines Review in Doninger v. Niehoff. November 7, 2011. In a decision issued on October 31, 2011, the United States Supreme Court ...


Slyman v. Shipman, Dixon & Livingston Co., L.P.A. - 2009-Ohio-4126. ... Justia › US Law › Case Law › Ohio Case Law › Ohio Court of Appeals, Second District ...