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US v. HEMMINGS

United States Seventh Circuit
Criminal Law & Procedure
The government may file a superseding indictment with additional charges more than thirty days after defendant's arrest without violating the Speedy...
07/12/2001 00-3835

US v. BAUTISTA

United States Seventh Circuit
Criminal Law & Procedure, Sentencing, Immigration Law
A downward departure based on collateral consequences of deportation is justified only if the circumstances of the case are extraordinary, and an...
07/12/2001 00-3227

SYBRON TRANSITION CORP. v. SEC. INS. OF HARTFORD

United States Seventh Circuit
Insurance Law
New York law applies a time-on-the-risk allocation as a way of determining the individual liability when there are multiple insurers, so that each...
07/12/2001 00-1407

US v. ESPINOZA

United States Seventh Circuit
Criminal Law & Procedure
Given defendant's physical resistance to officers' attempt to gain forcible entry into his home, the officers' alleged failure to wait an objectively...
07/11/2001 00-3090

TEZAK v. US

United States Seventh Circuit
Criminal Law & Procedure, Habeas Corpus
Defendant's failure to obtain a better bargain with the government than he obtained is insufficient to support a claim for ineffective assistance of...
07/11/2001 00-2854

CAMPBELL v. PETERS

United States Seventh Circuit
Civil Rights
Prison officials were entitled to qualified immunity from an ex-prisoners' civil rights claims for the mistaken revocation of his good conduct credits...
07/11/2001 99-3775, 99-3895

NEWSOME v. MCCABE

United States Seventh Circuit
Civil Rights
Malicious prosecution claims should be analyzed under the language of the Constitution itself and, if state law withholds a remedy, determine if the...
07/11/2001 00-2326

US v. GOCHIS

United States Seventh Circuit
Criminal Law & Procedure
Magistrate judge had authority to preside over defendant's trial where defendant and his counsel filed a written consent to be tried before the...
07/11/2001 00-4064

US v. MITCHELL

United States Seventh Circuit
Criminal Law & Procedure
Police officers dispatched to a known "hot-spot" for criminal activity had a sufficient legal basis to conduct an investigation of two known,...
07/11/2001 00-3174

B. SANFIELD, INC. v. FINLAY FINE JEWELRY CORP.

United States Seventh Circuit
Communications Law, Consumer Protection Law, Remedies
Even if defendant's advertising practices are false and fraudulent, the court must find that plaintiff suffered some injury before enjoining the...
07/10/2001 99-4234
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