United States Seventh Circuit - February 2001 Opinion Summaries

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OEST v. IL. DEPT CORRECTIONS

Civil Rights, Labor & Employment Law
Where the record indicates that plaintiff did not provide sufficient evidence under the "direct-method" to create a triable issue of fact as to...
02/14/2001 99-3883

US v. MIJANGOS

Criminal Law & Procedure
A four-level upward adjustment under USSG 3B1.1(a) was appropriate where was a "leader" or "organizer" of a counterfeit check-cashing scheme for which...
02/14/2001 00-3104

US v. IRBY

Criminal Law & Procedure
A four-level upward adjustment to defendant's offense level under USSG 2K2.1(b)(5) was proper where defendant committed another felony offense in...
02/14/2001 00-3025

US v. HOOVER

Criminal Law & Procedure, Sanctions
Where district court ordered defendant "not to do anything with" U.S. Savings bonds in defendant's possession and defendant subsequently gave up...
02/14/2001 00-2223

PRIEBE v. AUTOBARN, LTD.

Contracts, Consumer Protection Law
Where car owner cancelled a cancelled a service contract, and despite evidence that he did not pay for it, he fails to prove that car dealer breached...
02/14/2001 00-2497

GONZALEZ v. CITY OF CHICAGO

Constitutional Law, Labor & Employment Law
Plaintiff's written statements contained in his investigation reports of fellow police officers were required by his employer and designed for...
02/13/2001 00-2407

US v. PAROLIN

Criminal Law & Procedure
Where defendant made no affirmative contention that his Pre-Sentencing Report was inaccurate, there is no reason to question the court's reliance upon...
02/12/2001 00-1676

GOLANT v. LEVY

Bankruptcy Law, Sanctions
Bankruptcy Court's imposition of Rule 37 sanctions did not violate sanctioned debtor's due process rights where debtor had several opportunities to...
02/12/2001 00-1205

SANDOVAL v. IMMIGRATION & NATURALIZATION SERV.

Constitutional Law, Immigration Law
When the INS has a duty to establish facts supporting deportability "by clear, unequivocal and convincing evidence," it is reversible error for the...
02/12/2001 99-3158

US v. NEWELL

Criminal Law & Procedure, Tax Law
In a tax evasion case, the government need not prove that income diverted to another person was not the fruit of a contract or property that had been...
02/09/2001 00-3180
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