The cases contained here are instances of criminal prosecutions against men who have been caught having illegal sexual relationships with minor girls.
In each case, the victims were taken for abortions with no report being made by the abortion providers.
You can select a particular conference (or the cases referred to the Solicitor General) below or click here to instead sort by the case's name. Whether the Fourth Amendment's automobile exception permits a police officer, uninvited and without a warrant, to enter private property, approach a house and search a vehicle parked a few feet from the house.(1) Whether, viewing the facts from the petitioner's perspective, he acted reasonably, under the Fourth Amendment, in firing in self defense, when an officer in his situation would believe that the suspect was armed, was suspected of a violent crime, refused to show his concealed hand, refused commands, and came at the officer; and (2) whether the petitioner was entitled to qualified immunity, when existing precedent did not clearly establish that the use of deadly force was unlawful under the particular situation faced by the officer, and the U. Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit's analysis contravened the U. United States – with which all other justices in Freeman expressly disagreed – on the theory that it is the “narrowest grounds” of a plurality opinion under Marks v.
(Sorting by case name prompts display of the complete, searchable list of cases.) View this list sorted by case name. § 2703, which contains both a provision that requires the government to seek a warrant in order to obtain stored location information from cellular-service providers, as well as a provision allowing law enforcement to obtain this data on less than probable cause, supports application of the good-faith exception to law enforcement's acquisition of over seven months of cell-site location information without a warrant.(1) Whether the trial court's order granting a request by the accused's codefendant to prohibit the accused from testifying about details that were exculpatory to the accused but prejudicial to his codefendant constituted an impermissible limitation on the accused's right to testify in his own behalf as set forth in Rock v.
And there, in the first row, was her daughter, “just standing there, with her arms down by her sides,” Jennifer told me.
“There were all these girls with their butts cocked, making pouty lips, pushing their boobs up, doing porny shots, and you’re thinking, Where did they pick this up?
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Bandemer; (4) whether the defendants are entitled, at a minimum, to present additional evidence showing that they would have prevailed under the district court's test, which the court announced only after the record had closed; and (5) whether partisan-gerrymandering claims are justiciable.(1) Whether the U. Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit erred, in conflict with the U. Courts of Appeals for the 2nd and 4th Circuits, in holding that the petitioners can be compelled to advertise free or low-cost abortion services to all clients; and (2) whether the 9th Circuit erred in not applying strict scrutiny to a law that compels speech and is content-based, in conflict with the decisional law of the Supreme Court.(1) Whether Eastman Kodak Industry Co. Image Technical Services, Inc.'s Rule 56 standard or the more stringent “tends to exclude the possibility of independent action” standard articulated in Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd. Town of Gilbert establishes a bright-line rule for content-based speech, (b) whether content-based, compelled speech is subject to lower scrutiny if it is deemed to be an abortion-related disclosure, and (c) whether the First Amendment permits lower scrutiny for content-based restrictions on professional speech or professional facilities; and (2) whether a law requiring religious non-profits to post a government message antithetical to their beliefs triggers heightened or minimal scrutiny under the free exercise clause. Whether the Federal Arbitration Act preempts a state-law rule that prohibits enforcement of a pre-dispute arbitration agreement with respect to a state statutory claim unless the agreement allows the claimant to pursue representative relief on behalf of all similarly-situated individuals.(1) Whether the court's decisions in Graham v.
Whether the Fourth Amendment prohibits a warrantless search of a guest's container found inside a home or vehicle searched by officers relying on consent given by the home or vehicle owner, who lacked actual authority to consent to the search of the container.
Department of Justice promises to launch a full- fledge war on marijuana stating that marijuana users have an increased rate of committing a violent crime, according to “his experts.” “I believe [marijuana use is] an unhealthy practice and current levels of THC in marijuana are very high compared to what they were a few years ago.
Another study discovered that cannabis use actually decreases the percentage of domestic violence.