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16-329 - United States of America v. Hills et al


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16-329 - United States of America v. Hills et al
November 23, 2016
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Memorandum Opinion and Order as to Edward R. Hills (1): The government's motion for a protective order is granted (Doc. No. 46). Until further order of the Court, the parties in the state court action shall not conduct depositions or use civil process to compel discovery from MetroHealth. Judge Sara Lioi on 11/23/2016. (S,He)
December 21, 2016
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Order as to Yazan B. Al-Madani (3): The Court has reviewed the subpoena issued on behalf of defendant Yazan B. Al-Madani (Doc. No. 98) and finds that it does not comply with Rule 17(c), in particular the requirement that the subpoenaed material be sought in connection with a scheduled hearing or trial. While the subpoena satisfies Rule 17(c)'s requirement that the requested materials be produced at the courthouse, the date is not tied to any scheduled court hearing. Accordingly, the government's objection is sustained (Doc. No. 106), the Court hereby quashes the subpoena, and MetroHealth need not comply with the improperly issued subpoena. The Clerk is instructed to serve a copy of this Order on MetroHealth System at the address identified in Doc. No. 98. Judge Sara Lioi on 12/21/2016. (S,He)
April 4, 2018
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Memorandum Opinion and Order as to all defendants: For all of the foregoing reasons, defendants' discovery motions (Doc. Nos. 130, 131, 132, 137, 138, 165, 205, 208), and defendant Alqsous' motions to suppress (Doc. No. 207) and for the return of property (Doc. No. 204) are denied. Defendant Hills' motion to sever (Doc. No. 206) is denied without prejudice, and defendant Alqsous' motion to dismiss (Doc. No. 203) is withdrawn. Judge Sara Lioi on 4/4/2018. (P,J)Memorandum Opinion and Order as to all defendants: For all of the foregoing reasons, defendants' discovery motions (Doc. Nos. 130, 131, 132, 137, 138, 165, 205, 208), and defendant Alqsous' motions to suppress (Doc. No. 207) and for the return of property (Doc. No. 204) are denied. Defendant Hills' motion to sever (Doc. No. 206) is denied without prejudice, and defendant Alqsous' motion to dismiss (Doc. No. 203) is withdrawn. Judge Sara Lioi on 4/4/2018. (P,J)Memorandum Opinion and Order as to all defendants: For all of the foregoing reasons, defendants' discovery motions (Doc. Nos. 130, 131, 132, 137, 138, 165, 205, 208), and defendant Alqsous' motions to suppress (Doc. No. 207) and for the return of property (Doc. No. 204) are denied. Defendant Hills' motion to sever (Doc. No. 206) is denied without prejudice, and defendant Alqsous' motion to dismiss (Doc. No. 203) is withdrawn. Judge Sara Lioi on 4/4/2018. (P,J)Memorandum Opinion and Order as to all defendants: For all of the foregoing reasons, defendants' discovery motions (Doc. Nos. 130, 131, 132, 137, 138, 165, 205, 208), and defendant Alqsous' motions to suppress (Doc. No. 207) and for the return of property (Doc. No. 204) are denied. Defendant Hills' motion to sever (Doc. No. 206) is denied without prejudice, and defendant Alqsous' motion to dismiss (Doc. No. 203) is withdrawn. Judge Sara Lioi on 4/4/2018. (P,J)
June 19, 2018
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Memorandum Opinion: The motions of the United States of America and the Board of Trustees of the MetroHealth System, dba MetroHealth Medical Center to quash a subpoena issued by defendant Edward R. Hills (Doc. Nos. 270 and 278) are granted. Judge Sara Lioi on 6/19/2018. (P,J)
June 24, 2018
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Memorandum Opinion: For all of the foregoing reasons, the governments motion to exclude "good acts" evidence is granted. (Doc. No. 258). Judge Sara Lioi on 6/24/2018. (P,J)Memorandum Opinion: For all of the foregoing reasons, the governments motion to exclude "good acts" evidence is granted. (Doc. No. 258). Judge Sara Lioi on 6/24/2018. (P,J)Memorandum Opinion: For all of the foregoing reasons, the governments motion to exclude "good acts" evidence is granted. (Doc. No. 258). Judge Sara Lioi on 6/24/2018. (P,J)Memorandum Opinion: For all of the foregoing reasons, the governments motion to exclude "good acts" evidence is granted. (Doc. No. 258). Judge Sara Lioi on 6/24/2018. (P,J)
August 17, 2018
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Memorandum Opinion as to Edward R. Hills (1), Sari Alqsous (2), and Yazan B. Al-Madani (3): Based on all of the factors identified above, and after separately considering the relevant factors as they relate to each defendant, the Court concludes that each moving defendant poses a significant risk of flight, and denial of their respective motions is appropriate. Therefore, defendants' motions for release pending sentencing (Doc. Nos. 343, 344, 346) are denied. Judge Sara Lioi on 8/17/2018. (P,J)Memorandum Opinion as to Edward R. Hills (1), Sari Alqsous (2), and Yazan B. Al-Madani (3): Based on all of the factors identified above, and after separately considering the relevant factors as they relate to each defendant, the Court concludes that each moving defendant poses a significant risk of flight, and denial of their respective motions is appropriate. Therefore, defendants' motions for release pending sentencing (Doc. Nos. 343, 344, 346) are denied. Judge Sara Lioi on 8/17/2018. (P,J)Memorandum Opinion as to Edward R. Hills (1), Sari Alqsous (2), and Yazan B. Al-Madani (3): Based on all of the factors identified above, and after separately considering the relevant factors as they relate to each defendant, the Court concludes that each moving defendant poses a significant risk of flight, and denial of their respective motions is appropriate. Therefore, defendants' motions for release pending sentencing (Doc. Nos. 343, 344, 346) are denied. Judge Sara Lioi on 8/17/2018. (P,J)