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LINCOLN

 

            The following cases may be scheduled for argument before the Nebraska Court of Appeals at 9:00 a.m. on March 8, 2016, in the Court of Appeals Courtroom, State Capitol, Lincoln, Nebraska.  Check the Proposed Call for your case and mark your calendar.  Please notify the Clerk’s Office in writing by February 5, 2016, if you have a conflict on a date.  NOTE:  This deadline date will be strictly enforced.  If you can’t argue at any time during the session, ask the Court to continue the case by stipulation or by motion and proof of service.  You must show cause for the continuance.

 

            AFTER THE CASES HAVE BEEN SCHEDULED ON THE CALL, CASES WILL NOT BE CONTINUED EXCEPT UPON A SHOWING OF URGENT NECESSITY.

 

Gen. No.                                                                                                                                             County

CRIMINAL CASES

A-15-0720

State v. Hines

York

A-15-0402

State v. Watson

Lancaster

A-15-0734

State v. Senn

Richardson

 

ADVANCED CIVIL CASES (all will be heard unless otherwise ordered)

A-15-0496

Telles v. Excel Corporation

WCC

A-15-0511

Martinez v. Akins

Lancaster

A-15-0461

In re Interest of Shayla H.

Lancaster

A-15-0574

In re Guardianship/Conservatorship of Alfredo B.

Cheyenne

A-15-0553

In re Interest of A.H.

Cheyenne

 

NON-ADVANCED CIVIL CASES

A-15-0401

State v. Mohammad

Lancaster

A-15-0318

Stehlik v. Rakosnik

Pawnee

A-15-0158

State obo Carter W. v. Anthony W.

Lancaster

 

PAPILLION

 

            The following cases may be scheduled for argument before the Nebraska Court of Appeals at 9:00 a.m. on March 8 or 9, 2016, in the County Boardroom, Second Floor, Sarpy County Administration Building, 1210 Golden Gate Drive, Papillion, Nebraska.  Check the Proposed Call for your case and mark your calendar.  Please notify the Clerk’s Office in writing by February 5, 2016, if you have a conflict on a date.  NOTE:  This deadline date will be strictly enforced.  If you can’t argue at any time during the session, ask the Court to continue the case by stipulation or by motion and proof of service.  You must show cause for the continuance.

 

            AFTER THE CASES HAVE BEEN SCHEDULED ON THE CALL, CASES WILL NOT BE CONTINUED EXCEPT UPON A SHOWING OF URGENT NECESSITY.

 

Gen. No.                                                                                                                                             County

CRIMINAL CASES

A-15-0448

State v. Haley

Sarpy

 

ADVANCED CIVIL CASES (all will be heard unless otherwise ordered)

A-15-0507

Consbruck v. ConsbruckCuming

A-15-0587

In re Interest of Phaylin D.

Douglas

A-15-0738

In re Interest of Triniti R.

Douglas

A-15-0719

Schenck v. Schenck

Sarpy

A-15-0679

In re Interest of Kenneth S.

Douglas

A-15-0689

In re Interest of Audrianna F.

Douglas

A-15-0805

In re Interest of My'Kyng K.

Douglas

A-15-0759

In re Interest of Brandon H.

Douglas

A-15-0637

In re Interest of Jesus G.

Douglas

 

NON-ADVANCED CIVIL CASES

A-15-0035

Marshall v. MarshallDouglas

A-13-1094

In re Estate of Flemming

Douglas

A-15-0366

Tira B. obo Minor Progeny v. Health and Human Services

Douglas

A-15-0117

McClelland v. McClelland

Douglas

A-15-0138

Hillyer v. Midwest Gastrointestinal Associates, P.C.

Douglas

A-15-0322

Douglas County Nebraska v. Archie

Douglas

A-15-0295

State v. Sullivan

Sarpy

A-15-0222

Cohrs v. Bruns

Douglas

A-15-0249

Belitz v. Belitz

Douglas

A-15-0168

Lee v. Fletcher

Douglas

A-15-0269

Vandelay Investments, LLC v. BrennanDouglas

 

If auxiliary aids or reasonable accommodations are needed for attendance at this hearing, please call the State Court Administrator's Office, (402) 471-3730, or for people with hearing impairments, please call the Nebraska Relay System, (800) 833-7352 TDD or (800) 833-0920 Voice.  Advance notice of seven days is needed when requesting an interpreter.

 

 

 

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