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US v. JILES

United States Sixth Circuit
Criminal Law & Procedure, Sentencing
USSG 3E1.1, which provides defendants with a criminal history an adjusted offense level of 16 or greater but only a two-level reduction for a criminal...
07/31/2001 01-5025

WADE v. KNOXVILLE UTILS. BD.

United States Sixth Circuit
Civil Procedure, Labor & Employment Law
District courts are free to refuse requests to amend complaint to add ADA claims when plaintiff alleged disability discrimination in EEOC complaint...
07/30/2001 00-5210

US v. SZOKA

United States Sixth Circuit
Civil Procedure, Communications Law
Under 47 USC 401(b), the government need only meet the statutory requirements for the issuance of an injunction enforcing the cease and desist order...
07/30/2001 00-3274

V SECRET CATALOGUE, INC. v. MOSELEY

United States Sixth Circuit
Intellectual Property, Trademark
Under the Federal Trademark Dilution Act, 15 USC 1125(c), a senior trademark holder may prevail on a dilution claim by showing likelihood of harm...
07/30/2001 00-5320

US v. LASTER

United States Sixth Circuit
Evidence
If proffered evidence fails to meet the requirements of the Fed. R. Evid. 803 hearsay exception for business records, it may still qualify for...
07/26/2001 99-6244, 99-6247

US v. PRICE

United States Sixth Circuit
Criminal Law & Procedure
Acquittal of one aider and abettor does not preclude the conviction of another aider and abettor.
07/26/2001 00-5224

US v. KRUMREI

United States Sixth Circuit
Criminal Law & Procedure
The Economic Espionage Act, 18 USC 1832(a)(2), which prohibits giving away trade secrets, is not unconstitutionally vague.
07/26/2001 99-2500

US v. MACK

United States Sixth Circuit
Criminal Law & Procedure
The crime of using or carrying a firearm during and in relation to a crime of violence, 18 USC 924(c), does not require proof that defendant used an...
07/26/2001 99-4177

NEAGUE v. CYNKAR

United States Sixth Circuit
Civil Rights
When there is no allegation of physical injury, handcuffing incident to a lawful arrest is insufficient as a matter of law to state a claim of...
07/25/2001 99-4533, 99-4552

STEVERSON v. SUMMERS

United States Sixth Circuit
Criminal Law & Procedure, Habeas Corpus
Habeas petitioner is not "in custody" for purposes of challenging expired state criminal convictions used to enhance federal sentence.
07/25/2001 99-5694