United States Fifth Circuit - August 2005 Opinion Summaries

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US v. Bourgeois

United States Fifth Circuit
Criminal Law & Procedure, Sentencing
Death row inmate raises four meritless points of error on direct appeal.
08/26/2005 04-40410

Praylor v. Texas Dep't of Criminal Justice

United States Fifth Circuit

Civil Rights, Injury and Tort Law, Criminal Law and Procedure
08/26/2005 04-50854

Jacobs v. Nat'l Drug Intelligence Ctr.

United States Fifth Circuit
Administrative Law, Injury & Tort Law
The National Drug Intelligence Center violated the Privacy Act by leaking part of an internal analytical document, which alleges that plaintiff was...
08/26/2005 04-40466

Willy v. Admin. Review Board

United States Fifth Circuit
Administrative Law, Labor & Employment Law
The Department of Labor Secretary is vested with the authority to appoint the members of the Department of Labor Administrative Review Board, and...
08/25/2005 04-60347

US v. Bonilla-Mungia

United States Fifth Circuit
Criminal Law & Procedure, Sentencing
Defendant's sentence for being unlawfully present in the U.S. is vacated and remanded to determine whether his California conviction for sexual...
08/24/2005 03-41751

Neville v. Dretke

United States Fifth Circuit
Criminal Law & Procedure, Sentencing
Death row inmate raises six meritless points of error on direct appeal.
08/24/2005 04-70038

Minter v. Great Am. Ins. Co.

United States Fifth Circuit
Injury & Tort Law, Insurance Law
In an insurance dispute, judgment in favor of defendant-insurer, finding that it was not liable for coverage, is vacated where an issue of fact exists...
08/24/2005 04-10324, 04-10834

Copper Tire & Rubber v. Farese

United States Fifth Circuit
Contracts, Injury & Tort Law
In a suit for tortious interference with contract and business relations, judgment in favor of defendant is vacated where the district court erred in...
08/24/2005 04-60774

Bell v. Ascendant Solutions, Inc.

United States Fifth Circuit
Class Actions, Securities Law
In a securities fraud suit, denial of class certification is affirmed where plaintiffs have failed to demonstrate that common issues predominate.
08/23/2005 04-11078

Brown v. Chesnut

United States Fifth Circuit
Bankruptcy Law, Debt Collection
A creditor violates the Bankruptcy Code's automatic stay provisions if, without permission of the bankruptcy court, he forecloses on an asset to which...
08/19/2005 04-10919