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US v. HARRIS

United States Sixth Circuit
Criminal Law & Procedure, Sentencing
Convictions for crack cocaine distribution, and possession of a firearm by a convicted felon were supported by sufficient evidence, and no Apprendi...
06/12/2002 00-6115

F.A. WILHELM CONSTR. CO., INC. v. KENTUCKY STATE DIST. COUNCIL OF CARPENTERS

United States Sixth Circuit
Labor & Employment Law
Where a union sought to persuade secondary employees to boycott the primary employer, an unlawful "secondary boycott" under section 8(b)(4) of the...
06/12/2002 00-6008/6069

US v. HOVER

United States Sixth Circuit
Criminal Law & Procedure, Sentencing
The plain language of U.S.S.G. section 2B5.1(b)(5) does not impose the requirement of knowledge of the origin of counterfeit currency, and defendant...
06/12/2002 00-1188

MOORE v. DETROIT SCH. REFORM BD.

United States Sixth Circuit
Constitutional Law, Education Law, Elections
The Michigan School Reform Act 1) is not subject to the requirements of Article 4 of the Michigan Constitution, 2) did not violate section 2 of the...
06/12/2002 00-2334

MX GROUP, INC. v. CITY OF COVINGTON

United States Sixth Circuit
Civil Rights, Constitutional Law, Health Law
City discriminated against a drug treatment center under the ADA and the Rehabilitation Act, because of the center's association with drug addicted...
06/12/2002 00-6305

TENNESSEE LABORERS HEALTH & WELFARE FUND v. COLUMBIA/HCA HEALTHCARE CORP.

United States Sixth Circuit
Civil Procedure, Ethics & Professional Responsibility, Evidence
A healthcare company "completely and finally" waived any attorney-client or work product doctrine privilege associated with documents by previously...
06/10/2002 00-6059

QUINN v. SHIREY

United States Sixth Circuit
Civil Rights, Constitutional Law, Labor & Employment Law
In order for plaintiff to show that he has been deprived of a liberty interest in his reputation without due process in the form of a name-clearing...
06/10/2002 00-4250

FITZGERALD v. WITHROW

United States Sixth Circuit
Constitutional Law, Criminal Law & Procedure, Habeas Corpus
Defendant's waiver of his Sixth Amendment right to a jury trial was valid for a bench trial by any judge on the court (not just by the judge who took...
06/06/2002 00-2126

US v. SYKES

United States Sixth Circuit
Constitutional Law, Criminal Law & Procedure, Sentencing
No Apprendi error occurred where defendant waived the right to have a jury consider a firearms charge under a reasonable doubt standard, as part of a...
06/06/2002 00-5377

VINCENT v. JONES

United States Sixth Circuit
Constitutional Law, Criminal Law & Procedure, Habeas Corpus
A state trial judge's comments, coupled with the state court's docket entry, indicate that a directed verdict was granted on a first degree murder...
06/06/2002 00-2441