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Wiles v. Wiles Bros., Inc.

S-12-769, Bruce E. Wiles & Annette Wiles (Appellants)  v. Wiles Bros., Inc., a Nebraska Corporation, and Marvin C. Wiles

Cass County, Judge Daniel E. Bryan, Jr.

Attorneys: David A. Domina & Jason B. Bottlinger (DominaLaw Group PC LLO) (Appellant) --- Brian J. Brislen & Daniel J. Waters & Gage R. Cobb (Lamson, Dugan, and Murray, LLP) (Wiles Bros., Inc.) ---Michael B. Lustgarten, Britt Carlson (Lustgarten Roberts) (for Marvin C. Wiles)

Civil: Dissolution of a corporation 

State v. Thacker

S-12-0895, State (Appellant) v. Eric C. Thacker
S-12-0896, State (Appellant) v. Gail L. Morgan-Thacker

(Consolidated cases)

Dawson County, Judge James E. Doyle, IV

Attorneys: Michael R. Johnson (County Attorney’s Office) (Appellant) --- Mark R. McKeone (Appellees)

Criminal: 5 counts of violating the compulsory attendance statute, Neb. Rev. Stat. § 79-201

State v. Au

S-12-0040, State v. Doan Q. Au (Appellant)

Douglas County, Judge Mark Ashford

Attorneys: William J. O’Brien (Appellant) --- Nathan Liss (Attorney General’s Office)

Criminal: Possession of a controlled substance with intent to distribute

Proceedings below: The trial court overruled Appellant’s motion to suppress. After a trial to the court, Appellant was found guilty. He was sentenced 10-12 years in prison.

State v. Dixon

S-12-0791, State v. Michale Dixon (Appellant)

Lancaster County, Judge Karen B. Flowers

Attorneys: Steffanie J. Garner Kotik (Appellant) --- Kimberly A. Klein (Attorney General’s Office)

Criminal: Plea: Unauthorized use of a financial transaction device; habitual criminal

Proceedings below: Appellant entered a plea of no contest. After an enhancement hearing, she was determined to be a habitual criminal and sentenced 10 to 20 years in prison.