United States Sixth Circuit - March 2001 Opinion Summaries

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CASTORINA v. MADISON COUNTY SCHOOL BD.

United States Sixth Circuit
Constitutional Law, Education Law
A school ban on clothing containing any "illegal, immoral or racist implications" implicates First Amendment concerns, and the district court should...
03/08/2001 99-6309

US v. KINGSLEY

United States Sixth Circuit
Criminal Law & Procedure
Defendant's history of criminal activity, psychological end emotional instability, disregard for the law, anti-social and felonious behavior, and...
03/07/2001 98-6274

SANDUSKY MALL CO. v. NAT'L LABOR RELATIONS BD.

United States Sixth Circuit
Labor & Employment Law, Property Law & Real Estate
A mall owner need not permit non-employee union members to trespass on the mall's property for the purpose of distributing handbills urging mall...
03/05/2001 99-6400, 99-6596

VARGA v. ROCKWELL INT'L CORP.

United States Sixth Circuit
Evidence
Plaintiffs' failure to timely object at trial to defendant's use of wrongly withheld documents waives any unpreserved objections to the admission of...
03/05/2001 99-1206

SINGLETON v. SMITH

United States Sixth Circuit
Civil Procedure, Civil Rights
Costs cannot be imposed retroactively against plaintiff under the Prisoner Litigation Reform Act, 28 USC 1915((f), for costs related to plaintiff's...
03/02/2001 94-00850

US v. REAL PROPERTY IN SECTION 9, TOWN 29 N., RANGE 1 W. TOWNSHIP OF CHARLTON, OTSEGO COUNTY, MICHIGAN

United States Sixth Circuit
Civil Procedure
The Civil Asset Forfeiture Reform Act of 2000, 18 USC 983, raises the government's burden of proof in civil forfeiture actions to show by a...
03/01/2001 98-2261

BONNELL v. LORENZO

United States Sixth Circuit
Constitutional Law, Education Law
A professor's First Amendment rights in class are outweighed by a college's interest in guaranteeing the rights of students to learn in an environment...
03/01/2001 99-2047

REDDING v. ST. EWARD

United States Sixth Circuit
Civil Rights
An off-duty police officer is not acting under color of law by calling 911 for police assistance when she believes that plaintiff is involved in a...
03/01/2001 99-1793