News of record
Judge Robert Burton
Jared M. Perez, 27, Post Falls; driving without privileges; $200 fine, 10 days in jail (credited).
Joseph H. Dorn, 29, Coeur d’Alene; battery; $200 fine, 180 days in jail (128 days suspended, 22 days credited), 30 days unscheduled jail time, two years probation.
Judge Patrick McFadden
Joseph D. Kresge, 20, Coeur d’Alene; misdemeanor probation violation; five days in jail or proof of completion of treatment program.
Judge James Stow
Amanda J. Nelson, 23, Coeur d’Alene; misdemeanor probation violation; 150 days in jail (90 days credited),
Nickolas A. Nelson, 36, Post Falls; disturbing the peace; $500 fine ($250 suspended), 180 days in jail (174 days suspended) or 16 hours county work program, one year probation.
Judge Robert Caldwell
Kiley C. Johnson, 37, Coeur d’Alene; battery; $300 fine, 180 days in jail (91 days suspended, 69 days credited), 20 days unscheduled jail time, two years probation.
Brandon Simon and Nicole Simon v. Bianca Taylor and Terrance Taylor, seeking $3,600.
Body By Scotty Inc. v. Scotty’s Auto Body and RV LLC, seeking an amount to be proved at trial.
Automated Accounts Inc. v. Rebecca Hazelton, plaintiff awarded $1,750.
Midland Funding LLC v. John Little, plaintiff awarded $1,622.
Midland Funding LLC v. Kalynda Brennan, plaintiff awarded $1,025.
Midland Funding LLC v. Michael Powell, plaintiff awarded $1,032.
Portfolio Recovery Associates LLC v. Roddy Cordle, plaintiff awarded $2,582.
Chapman Financial Services Inc. v. Dannielle Imes, plaintiff awarded $1,077.
Midland Funding LLC v. Laura Shepler, plaintiff awarded $1,720.
Portfolio Recovery Associates LLC v. Brandi Pearson, plaintiff awarded $1,196.
North Idaho Credit Corp. v. James Randolph Jr., plaintiff awarded $8,185.
Chapman Financial Services Inc. v. Brian Norce and Angela Norce.
Jennifer E. Sims from Aaron K. Sims.
Vaughn P. Lord’s from Thomas W. Ackley.
Sarah K. West from Jerrod L. West.
Jennifer D. Schroeder from Kelly W. Schroeder.
Stephanie M. Walker from Christopher P. Walker.
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