State of West Virginia v. Darrick Henry
PA-pro se; J- Gaughan
* Henry filed a Petition for Writ of Habeas Corpus, arguing his 10 year requirement for registering as a sexual offender ended and he should not have been convicted for failure to register; for which he is serving time in prison. He further argued that he should not have been denied parole because his desired home plan is in violation of the Sex Offender Registration Act. The Court determined not infringe upon the established regulations, thereby denying this Writ.
Case number: 08-C-414
Goodwin Drug Inc. v. James J. Reisinger and Barbara J. Reisinger
PA- Lester C. Hess; J- Gaughan
* A Promissory Note was executed, on Sept. 16, 1996, for $225,000 to Goodwin Drug. The net proceeds of the sale amounted to $98,453.64. Prior to July 31, 2008, Reisinger owed $399,687.17, for goods and services delivered to Jay's Pharmacy. A judgment is demanded for the remaining $301,233.53, with interest and costs.
Case number: 08-C-415
Louis D. Smith v. Charles Rose and The West Virginia Parole Board
PA- Frank X. Duff; J- Gaughan
* A Writ of Mandamus seeks relief from the Court for an Order finding that he is unable to pay for his electronic monitoring device.
Case number: 08-C-416
Richard L. Gorby vs. First Class Realty, LLC, Gumby's, LLC, and Nick C. Wyatt
PA- Christopher M. Turak; J- Wilson
* Gorby was traveling North on Route 250 when he stopped for traffic and was rear–ended. This collision resulted in injuries and damages which caused a diminution to his earning capacity. It is claimed First Class negligently entrusted its vehicle to Wyatt. Judgment is sought, jointly and severally, for compensatory damages.
Case number: 08-C-416
Steven J. Schubert & Jennifer R. Schubert vs. John D. Freed, MD, and East Ohio Regional Hospital At Martins Ferry
PA- Stephen L. Vogin; J- Gaughan
* On May 12, 2007, Dr. Freed was the physician at EORH in Martins Ferry when Schubert presented with four amputated fingers on his left hand. Acquisition of a facility to perform immediate surgery was thwarted by pre approval from Schubert's health insurer. Helicopter service was delayed pending insurance approval. Judgment is demanded for compensatory damages and cost incurred to prosecute this cause.
Case number: 08-C-424
Jerry Charley vs. Carquest Auto Parts of Wheeling WV Inc., General Parts Inc. and General Parts Distribution LLC
PA- Ronald Wm. Kasserman; J- Mazzone
* Charley's date of hire was in 1978 and had worked as a manager. After requesting a medical leave, he underwent an open lung biopsy on Aug. 14, 2004, and returned with a confirmed medical disability relevant to automotive paint fumes. On Nov.1, 2006, his employment was terminated for "voluntary termination" due to a "medical reason." This act is said to have violated WV Human Rights Act, along with a breach expressed promise to provide employment. Compensation is sought jointly and severally.
Case number: 08-C-425
Asset Acceptance LLD v. Shana Kallay
PA- Christopher J. McCarthy; J- Wilson
* A foreign judgment was filed from Jefferson Court requesting the same effect as any judgment in any circuit court of this state.
Case number: 08-C-426