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IN RE: CITY OF MEMPHIS

United States Sixth Circuit
Administrative Law, Civil Procedure, Evidence, Government Law
Interlocutory review, of an order holding that postenactment evidence cannot be presented by a city to demonstrate a compelling need for awarding...
05/31/2002 01-0503

US v. BENNETT

United States Sixth Circuit
Criminal Law & Procedure, Sentencing
Sufficient factual basis for a guilty plea must exist at sentencing, when judgment was entered, not at the guilty plea hearing, and such basis did...
05/30/2002 00-5768

VAUGHN v. WATKINS MOTOR LINES, INC.

United States Sixth Circuit
Civil Rights, Labor & Employment Law
Where employees exercised the judgment and discretion necessary to be classified as "loaders," the Fair Labor Standards Act's overtime-wage provisions...
05/30/2002 01-3049

US v. OSBORNE

United States Sixth Circuit
Criminal Law & Procedure, Sentencing
Resentencing is mandated where the court failed to ascertain whether one defendant and his counsel read and discussed the presentence report prior to...
05/30/2002 00-6763, 01-5022

US v. CROWE

United States Sixth Circuit
Constitutional Law, Criminal Law & Procedure
Circuit Court will not hear an ineffective assistance of counsel claim for the first time on direct appeal, where there has not been an opportunity to...
05/29/2002 00-2424

COOLEY v. GRANHOLM

United States Sixth Circuit
Constitutional Law, Health Law
Challenge by two doctors to the constitutionality of Michigan's anti-euthanasia statutes is both moot and not ripe for consideration because neither...
05/29/2002 01-1067

MACIAS v. MAKOWSKI

United States Sixth Circuit
Constitutional Law, Criminal Law & Procedure
Prosecutor's attack of the veracity of defendant's key alibi witness during closing rebuttal, based on facts not raised during cross-examination, was...
05/24/2002 00-2006

PAC. EMPLOYERS INS. CO. v. SAV-A-LOT OF WINCHESTER

United States Sixth Circuit
Civil Procedure
Under Rule 15.03(2) of the Kentucky Rules of Civil Procedure, where a party to be brought in had not received notice of an action within the...
05/24/2002 00-6187

JAMISON v. COLLINS

United States Sixth Circuit
Criminal Law & Procedure, Habeas Corpus
Where police department and prosecutors suppressed material which was both exculpatory to defendant and useful for impeachment of government...
05/23/2002 00-3700/3760

LORRAINE v. COYLE

United States Sixth Circuit
Constitutional Law, Criminal Law & Procedure
Finding of ineffective assistance was unreasonable where counsel attempted to investigate and develop mitigating evidence, and to humanize appellant...
05/23/2002 01-3464