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133774P.pdf  10/17/2014  Ronnie Moore, Jr.  v.  Carolyn W. Colvin
   U.S. Court of Appeals Case No:   13-3774
   U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Arkansas - Jonesboro   
[PUBLISHED] [Kelly, Author, with Riley, Chief Judge, and Smith, Circuit Judge] Civil case - Social Security. The ALJ erred in relying on the testimony of the Vocational Expert without resolving an apparent conflict between the testimony and the Dictionary of Occupational Titles and the matter is remanded for further proceedings.
141069U.pdf  10/17/2014  Carlos Portillo-Escobar  v.  Eric H. Holder, Jr.
   U.S. Court of Appeals Case No:   14-1069
   Petition for Review of an Order of the Board of Immigration Appeals   
[UNPUBLISHED] [Per Curiam - Before Wollman, Bye and Smith, Circuit Judges] Petition for Review - Immigration. Omaha Immigration Court. Whether or not the group at issue qualifies as a particular social group, the IJ did not err in determining that petitioner had not established that he would persecuted upon his return to El Salvador based on membership in the group.
146013P.pdf  10/17/2014  Stephen Carlson, I  v.  U.S. Bank, N.A.
   U.S. Court of Appeals Case No:   14-6013
                          and No:   14-6024
   U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Minnesota - St. Paul   
[PUBLISHED] [Federman, Author, with Saladino and Shodeen, Circuit Judges] Bankruptcy Appellate Panel. The court is unable to review the pro se debtors issues as they have failed to provide transcripts of the relevant hearings as required by Bankruptcy Rules 8006 and 8009(b); to the extent the court can consider debtors legal issues without having been provided with their factual basis, none of the legal arguments have merit, and the bankruptcy court's orders are affirmed.