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SKAGGS v. PARKER

United States Sixth Circuit
Constitutional Law, Criminal Law & Procedure
Petitioner received ineffective assistance of counsel during the penalty phase of his trial, where his attorney failed to investigate and present...
10/31/2000 98-6249

GALL v. PARKER

United States Sixth Circuit
Criminal Law & Procedure
Evidence that murder defendant is competent to stand trial is not sufficient to prove that defendant lacked extreme emotional disturbance, the...
10/30/2000 91-5502

ROGERS v. WAL-MART STORES

United States Sixth Circuit
Civil Procedure
A post-removal stipulation reducing the amount in controversy below the jurisdictional limit does not require remand to state court.
10/26/2000 99-6348

IN RE: JOHN W. SCHULTZ

United States Sixth Circuit
Bankruptcy Law
Extreme illness of solo attorney's wife constitutes excusable neglect for late filing of a notice of appeal, under Federal Rule of Bankruptcy...
10/26/2000 00-8035

US v. Quinn

United States Sixth Circuit
Criminal Law & Procedure
Defendant who used a preemptory challenge against a potential juror may not claim that trial court abused its discretion by refusing to dismiss that...
10/25/2000 99-5403