Charles E. Rash v. State of West Virginia
PA-pro se; J-Gina Groh
* Rash is asking for a motion for conviction.On Dec. 17, 1998, Rash was arrested on multiple charges of domestic battery and was sentenced on Oct. 4, 1999. He claims his attorney, Keith Weathen, did not properly explain to him what his plea of guilty would mean.
Case number: 07-C-153
Subway of Shepherdstown and Martin Lookingbill and Mark E. Roper v. Joseph Gomez and Susmita Gomez and Kennedy and Sons Associates Inc.
* Lookingbill is 50 percent owner of Subway of Shepherdstown and Roper is 25 percent owner. Lookingbill and Roper agreed to sell 1,500 shares of common stock to Subway of Shepherdstown to Joseph and Susmita Gomez for $194,000. Under the terms of the promissory note, the Gomezes were to pay $174,000 and interest of 8 percent per annum in 60 monthly installments of $3,528.09 beginning July 30, 2005. Since Oct. 30, 2006, the Gomezes have failed to pay the installments.Lookingbill and Roper are claiming fraud and that the
Gomezes never intended to pay the installments. They are seeking $150,000 with pre-judgment and post-judgment interest, plus attorneyás fees and costs incurred. They are also demanding that the 1,500 shares of common stock revert back to Lookingbill and Roper. The are also demand assumption of all the assests of Subway of Shepherdstown.
Case number: 07-C-154
Joan Dechillo, Pamela Benvenuto and Louise Benvenuto v. John Benvenuto
PA-Dale Buck; J-Gina Groh
* The plaintiffs are tenants of John Benvenuto. They planned to market and sake the property and John Benvenuto was requested to do so, but did not. They are asking that the the land be divided equally or if impractical direct that the property be sold and proceeds be divided.
Case number: 07-C-156