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US v. BOOKER

United States Seventh Circuit
Criminal Law & Procedure, Sentencing
Because Apprendi specifically exempts prior felonies from its proof requirements, a sentence beyond the statutory maximum may not be an Apprendi...
08/14/2001 00-2609

WICOR, INC. v. US

United States Seventh Circuit
Tax Law
Where the developer of computer source code fails to take a copy of the software for use with other clients, the district court may infer that it...
08/14/2001 00-4072

ISAACS v. SPRINT CORP.

United States Seventh Circuit
Class Actions
A case involving different conveyances by and to different parties made at different times over a period of more than a century in 49 different...
08/14/2001 01-8016

BERRY v. DELTA AIRLINES, INC.

United States Seventh Circuit
Labor & Employment Law
Where the plaintiff admits that the unwanted sexual overtures ceased after she complained, and she presents no evidence that any of the subsequent...
08/14/2001 00-3631

SIMON v. ALLSTATE EMPLOYEE GROUP MED. PLAN

United States Seventh Circuit
Civil Procedure
Even if prior decisions of the district court and the Ninth Circuit were incorrect, the doctrine of res judicata bars relitigation of a claim for...
08/14/2001 00-3120

MCMASTERS v. US

United States Seventh Circuit
Civil Procedure
While a court must give a plaintiff reasonable time to cure a defect in service under Rule 4(i)(3) or grant an appropriate extension of time for...
08/14/2001 00-2991

YETMAN v. GARVEY

United States Seventh Circuit
Transportation
The FAA has the discretionary power to establish a rigid policy, granting no exemptions until satisfied that medical standards can demonstrate an...
08/14/2001 00-2821

US v. ELIZALDE-ADAME

United States Seventh Circuit
Criminal Law & Procedure
A written plea agreement stating that defendant waives all issues on appeal precludes a claim that the plea was conditional.
08/13/2001 01-1058

MONTGOMERY v. ANDERSON

United States Seventh Circuit
Criminal Law & Procedure, Sentencing
Under 28 USC 2254 prisoner may collaterally attack a claim of constitutional error in a decision affecting the rate of earning good-time credits, but...
08/13/2001 00-2869

US v. MORRIS

United States Seventh Circuit
Criminal Law & Procedure
A pro se supplemental motion that briefly alleges defendant's attorney provided ineffective assistance sufficiently preserves the issue so that...
08/13/2001 00-2803