United States Seventh Circuit - May 2004 Opinion Summaries

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US v. SHEIKH

United States Seventh Circuit
Criminal Law & Procedure, Sentencing
(Industry: Retail)

Obstruction of justice and leadership role enhancements are affirmed as to grocery store co-owners convicted of food stamp redemption fraud.
05/06/2004 02-2721, 02-2783

US v. NOBLE

United States Seventh Circuit
Criminal Law & Procedure, Sentencing
District court committed reversible error by allowing the government to present new evidence of drug quantity at the resentencing hearing.
05/04/2004 03-2088

BURLINGTON N. & SANTA FE RY. CO. v. BHD. OF LOCOMOTIVE ENG'RS

United States Seventh Circuit
Dispute Resolution & Arbitration, Labor & Employment Law, Transportation
Following resolution of the dispute by the special board of adjustment, the district court properly dissolved the preliminary injunction barring...
05/04/2004 03-3626

DELGADO v. STEGALL

United States Seventh Circuit
Civil Rights, Education Law, Injury & Tort Law
Where the alleged malefactor is a teacher or other nonmanagerial employee whose malefaction is not a policy or practice for which the school could be...
05/04/2004 03-2700

WILLIAMS v. US

United States Seventh Circuit

Criminal Law & Procedure, Habeas Corpus
05/03/2004 04-1758

KUSCHCHAK v. ASHCROFT

United States Seventh Circuit
Immigration Law
Petitioner's asylum application was properly deemed abandoned after counsel refused to elicit his testimony on it.
05/03/2004 03-1103

MILJKOVIC v. ASHCROFT

United States Seventh Circuit
Immigration Law
Motion to add the name of petitioner's wife to his petition for review of an order of removal is denied where the couple's application for asylum was...
05/03/2004 03-3646

HARRIS v. US

United States Seventh Circuit
Criminal Law & Procedure, Habeas Corpus, Sentencing
Decision to forego the safety valve argument was a reasonable strategy and did not constitute per se ineffective assistance of counsel. Habeas...
05/03/2004 02-3408

US v. HANDLIN

United States Seventh Circuit
Criminal Law & Procedure
A reasonable juror could well have found the existence of a single conspiracy between 1991 and 1997, designed to generate income by means of arson and...
05/03/2004 02-3589