GRANTED:

NUMBER

COUNTY

CASE NAME

 

 

 

15-0545

Lee (South)

Yocum v. State

15–0971

Black Hawk

State v. Virgil

15–1543

Muscatine

State v. Gomez Garcia

   

 

 

DENIED:

 

NUMBER

COUNTY

CASE NAME

     

14–0499

Polk

Dao v. State

15–0226

Pottawattamie

State v. Reynolds

15–0440

Jefferson

Snyder v. Baker

15–0555

Black Hawk

Tooson v. State

15–0619

Scott

Litt v. State

15–0895

Des Moines

State v. Royer

15–1092

Polk

State v. Rattray

15–1117

Scott

State v. Stephens

15–1213

Dubuque

Ainley Kennels v. City of Dubuque

15–1223

Story

State v. Davis

15–1234

Wapello

State v. Anitok

15–1382

Johnson

Grayson v. State

15–1592

Polk

Moore v. State

15–1696

Polk

State v. Trombone

15–1763

Polk

State v. Cheshire

15–1834

Cerro Gordo

State v. Miller

15–2121

Polk

Bjorseth v. Iowa Newspaper Ass’n

15–2197

Guthrie

State v. Olson

16–0187

Fayette

State v. Hursey

16–0240

Story

Weatherspoon v. State

16–0337

Buena Vista

State v. Talboussouma

16–0441

Polk

Ortiz v. State

16–0516

Chickasaw

State v. Riley

16–0593

Scott

State v. Jenkins

16–1572

Polk

In re B.D.

16–1691

Polk

In re T.J.

16–1774

Warren

In re W.A., C.A., B.A., and H.A.

   

 

 

UNDER CONSIDERATION BY THE COURT:

NUMBER

COUNTY

CASE NAME

   

 

14–0764

Cherokee

Conklin v. State

14–0969

Polk

State v. Nall

14–1196

Polk

Herron v. State

14–1930

Polk

State v. Mathes

15–0011

Cerro Gordo

Wihlm v. Campbell

15–0264

Polk

Sink v. State

15–0616

Black Hawk

State v. Evans

15–0776

Guthrie

Johnson v. State

15–0781

Polk

Peacher v. State

15–0829

Polk

State v. White

15–0908

Polk

Barker v. Union Pac. R.R.

15–1218

Polk

State v. Moore

15–1232

Clinton

State v. Kupfer

15–1630

Scott

State v. Steiger

15–1736

Black Hawk

State v. George

15–1829

Worth

State v. Washington

15–2031

Hardin

State v. Heuer

16–0478

Monroe

State v. Spurgin

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