Hearing on H.R. 792, for the Relief of William Joseph Vigneault

hearings before the United States House Committee on Naval Affairs, Seventy-Second Congress, first session, on Mar. 18, 1932
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Vigneault, William Joseph, United States. -- Navy -- Pay, allowances, etc. -- Law and legislation, Military discharge -- Law and legislation -- United S
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On either lane, the person is. WILLIAM JOSEPH WARD, also known as WILLIAM JOSEPH WARD, SR., Deceased (/A) — The administrator, the decedent’s spouse, seeks to lift the restrictions contained in her limited letters of.

FREDERIC BLOCK, District Judge. Pro se petitioner Jeremiah Joseph ("Joseph") seeks a writ of habeas corpus pursuant to 28 U.S.C. § following his Ma conviction in New York Supreme Court, Kings County, on two counts of conspiracy to commit murder in the second degree, four counts of criminal contempt in the first degree, and four counts of criminal contempt in the second.

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Weatherwax, 20 F.3d (3d Cir), we reversed the district court's dismissal of Weatherwax's petition for a writ of habeas corpus and remanded for an evidentiary hearing on Weatherwax's claim of ineffective assistance of counsel.

After holding the evidentiary hearing, the district court granted Weatherwax's petition for habeas relief. After hearing extensive evidence linking Williams to the crime, the jury convicted him of murder and sentenced him to death.A. 2d 75, 79–80 (). InWilliams filed a habeas petition in Pennsylvania state court, alleging that his trial counsel had been ineffective for failing to present mitigating evidence of his.

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Images. An illustration of a heart shape Donate. An illustration of text ellipses. NOTICE rescheduling hearing as to Joseph Mark Williams, Jr and Sherri Lorraine Smith that was previously set for 7/18/ arraignment and initial pretrial conference set for 7/27/ at PM at Federal Building, Grand Rapids, MI before Magistrate Judge Ellen S.

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"Whereas Joseph Williams of Whitemarsh (Son of David William of Whitemarsh Deceased) in the province of Pennsylvania, and Sarah Griffith (Daughter of Edward Griffith late of Meirion, in the County and Province aforesaid deceased) Spinster; having declared their intentions of Marriage with each other before Several monthly meetings of the people (of God) called Quakers of Haverford in the.

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Joseph v. Williams Plaintiff appealed the dismissal of the counts of his complaint seeking UIM coverage from his insurer. | Febru at AM.

denying post-conviction relief on the basis that § (10) ued) and III-i (the count contained in the information of first-degree reckless injury). 2 Section (10) provides: In multiple count complaints, the court shall order dismissed any count for which it finds there is no probable cause.

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Included therein were the following: (1) the state district court erred in admitting into evidence at trial William's confession; (2) the state district court erred in admitting into evidence at trial various statements made by William prior to the time he was given a Miranda warning; and (3) the district court erred in.

JOSEPH, 6th child of Rev. Roger & Mary (Bernard) Williams, was born at Providence about the beginning of the 10th month [December] [PrTR ], He married 17 December Lydia Olney [PrTR ; RIVR 2:Providence].

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Williams on Friday Feb. 7, RULE TO SHOW CAUSE HEARING AND/OR STATUS AND SCHEDULING CONFERENCE FOR CASES IN WHICH PLAINTIFF IS REPRESENTED BY THE CASCINO VAUGHAN LAW OFFICES. AND NOW, this 15th day of July,it is hereby ORDERED that a rule to show cause hearing and/or a status and. scheduling conference will be held in the captioned cases.

The plaintiff William C. Thomas filed suit alleging that (1) the defendants James H. Osborn and Bernice Osborn, his wile, refused to return a redwood table that belonged to the plaintiff, and (2) the defendants, as makers of a note payable to plaintiff, refused to pay the note when due.

The defendants denied the plaintiff's claims, asserted. The Memorial of the Heirs and legal representatives of William Hughes, deceased, who was a private of the State line of Virginia on Continental establishment in the War of the Revolution: Respectfully sheweth: That the said William Hughes, in the yearenlisted under Captain Garland, to serve “for.

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He was son of William Lyne, who came from Bristol, England. He married his first cousin Lucy, daughter of. Hughes, The Honorable William J. (Bill), Sr. Ambassador and former U.S.

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Congressman, - 87, of Ocean City, NJ, passed away on Wednesday, Octo at his home. Williams testified that after he was placed in keeplock status, he was given his inhaler, but made to wait for it.

He also said that he was wheezing "real bad" and maintained that he needed a nebulizer treatment but was refused it during the p.m. to a.m. shift and had to wait for the a.m. to p.m. shift the next morning. HARRISON, William.

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Joseph Philips in Surry County in Col. John Armstrong’s m marched “northwardly” and fought in the battles of Brandywine, Germantown, Monmouth and White.2 I { 2} Ohio State Trooper Kyle Pohlabel was the sole witness at the suppression hearing.

Pohlabel’s testimony, which the trial court credited, established the following facts: { 3} At approximately a.m. on Janua ry 11,Michael Williams stopped his vehicle at a traffic light at the State Route exit off of Interstate APPEAL from a judgment of the circuit court for Ozaukee County: Thomas r.

Wolfgram, Judge. Reversed and cause remanded with directions. Before Brown, P.J., Nettesheim and Snyder, JJ. 1 BROWN, P.J. The issue in this case is whether the prosecutor violated her agreement to recommend probation and jail time for John D.

Williams.