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BERKE v. BLOCH

United States Third Circuit
Civil Procedure
When a district court dismisses a case pending settlement, and grants the plaintiffs leave to refile within a set period of time, the order cannot be...
02/28/2001 00-2078

HUGHES v. LONG

United States Third Circuit
Civil Procedure, Family Law
A court-appointed custody evaluator enjoys judicial immunity as an "arm of the court," similar to a guardian ad litem or a court-appointed doctor or...
02/28/2001 99-2037

US v. PULTRONE

United States Third Circuit
Criminal Law & Procedure
Defendant waived every of allegation of error when he failed to pursue a direct appeal from the initial judgment, so the appellate court lacks...
02/27/2001 98-1535

RAUSER v. HORN

United States Third Circuit
Criminal Law & Procedure
Once a prisoner demonstrates that his exercise of a constitutional right was a substantial or motivating factor in an official decision, prison...
02/27/2001 99-4013

US v. RICHARDS

United States Third Circuit
Criminal Law & Procedure
Evidence implicating the "friend" of a co-defendant violated defendant's Sixth Amendment rights because it was obvious that the defendant was the...
02/27/2001 99-3966

US v. YEUNG

United States Third Circuit
Criminal Law & Procedure
Where no quantity of drugs for sale was ever negotiated between conspirators, application Note 12 to USSG 2D1.1 suggests that the amount of drugs...
02/27/2001 99-2040; 99-2048

GOV'T OF THE VIRGIN ISLANDS v. ALBERT

United States Third Circuit
Evidence
Trial court's admission of gruesome videotape of the crime scene into evidence is not an abuse of discretion where the tape let the government counter...
02/26/2001 00-1604

US v. YOULA

United States Third Circuit
Criminal Law & Procedure
Two-page Ander's brief submitted by criminal appellant's attorney, lacking any case law and discussion of extensive issues raised by appellant,...
02/26/2001 99-5151

IN RE: GRAND JURY

United States Third Circuit
Criminal Law & Procedure, Ethics & Disciplinary Code
Where the District Court relied on neither Fed. R. Crim. P. 17 nor an analysis of the crime-fraud exception to decline to compel an attorney's...
02/23/2001 00-5186

US v. STEELE

United States Third Circuit
Criminal Law & Procedure
Appellant is not entitled to a hearing on his 28 USC 2255 motion to vacate his conviction where record conclusively shows that government's subpoena...
02/21/2001 99-3567
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