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BD. OF EDUC. OF INDEP. SCH. DIST. NO. 92 OF POTTAWATAMIE COUNTY v. EARLS

United States Supreme Court
Constitutional Law, Education Law, Health Law
A school district policy, requiring students participating in extracurricular activities to consent to drug testing, reasonably furthers the...
06/27/2002 01-332

ZELMAN v. SIMMONS-HARRIS

United States Supreme Court
Constitutional Law, Education Law
A program giving educational choices and aid to certain students attending both religious and non-religious public and private schools, enacted for...
06/27/2002 00-1751

HOPE v. PELZER

United States Supreme Court
Civil Rights, Constitutional Law, Criminal Law & Procedure
Corrections officers were not entitled to qualified immunity for acts of handcuffing an inmate to a hitching post, because a reasonable corrections...
06/27/2002 01-309

REPUBLICAN PARTY OF MINNESOTA v. WHITE

United States Supreme Court
Constitutional Law, Elections
A canon of judicial conduct, prohibiting a candidate for judicial office from "announcing his or her views on disputed legal or political issues,"...
06/27/2002 01-521

US v. RUIZ

United States Supreme Court
Criminal Law & Procedure, Sentencing
The Constitution does not require that the government disclose material impeachment evidence, or affirmative defense information, prior to entering a...
06/24/2002 01-595

BE&K CONSTR. CO. v. NAT'L LABOR RELATIONS BD.

United States Supreme Court
Constitutional Law, Labor & Employment Law
The NLRB's definition of a retaliatory suit (by an employer against a union) as one brought with a motive to interfere with the exercise of protected...
06/24/2002 01-518

HARRIS v. US

United States Supreme Court
Criminal Law & Procedure, Sentencing
A violation of 18 U.S.C. section 924(c)(1)(A), for the use or carrying of a firearm during a drug trafficking crime, is a single offense in which...
06/24/2002 00-10666

RING v. ARIZONA

United States Supreme Court
Criminal Law & Procedure, Sentencing
The state of Arizona's enumerated aggravating factors which allow for imposition of the death penalty, amount to "the functional equivalent of an...
06/24/2002 01-488

UTAH v. EVANS

United States Supreme Court
Constitutional Law, Elections, Government Law
The Census Bureau's use of "hot-deck imputation" in a population count, giving the state of Utah one less Congressional representative than if the...
06/20/2002 01-714

GONZAGA UNIV. v. DOE

United States Supreme Court
Civil Rights, Education Law
The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act's non-disclosure of information provisions create no personal right to enforce under 42 U.S.C. section...
06/20/2002 01-679