United States Supreme Court - January 2005 Opinion Summaries

  • Opinion Summary Search

    FILL IN AT LEAST ONE FIELD

    to Format is YYYYMMDD
  • Full Text Search
Page 1 of 1 Showing Result 1 - 8 of 8
Description Date Docket #

BELL v. CONE

United States Supreme Court
Constitutional Law, Criminal Law & Procedure, Habeas Corpus
A Court of Appeals's grant of a writ of habeas corpus to defendant, on the ground that the "especially heinous, atrocious, or cruel" aggravating...
01/24/2005 04-394

ILLINOIS v. CABALLES

United States Supreme Court
Criminal Law & Procedure
A dog sniff conducted during a lawful traffic stop, that reveals no information other than the location of a substance that no individual has any...
01/24/2005 03-923

HOWELL v. MISSISSIPPI

United States Supreme Court
Constitutional Law, Criminal Law & Procedure, Habeas Corpus
A writ of certiorari granted to plaintiff is dismissed where his allegations of Eighth and Fourteenth Amendment violations were not raised in the...
01/24/2005 03-9560

COMM'R v. BANKS

United States Supreme Court
Attorney's Fees, Tax Law
In calculating federal income tax, when a litigant's recovery constitutes income, the litigant's income includes the portion of the recovery paid to...
01/24/2005 03-892

CLARK v. MARTINEZ

United States Supreme Court
Constitutional Law, Immigration Law
Under immigration statute 8 U.S.C. section 1231(a)(6), the Secretary of Homeland Security may detain inadmissible aliens beyond the 90-day removal...
01/12/2005 03-878

JAMA v. IMMIGRATION AND CUSTOMS ENFORCEMENT

United States Supreme Court
Constitutional Law, Immigration Law
Title 8 U.S.C. section 1231(b)(2), which prescribes the procedure for selecting the country to which an alien ineligible to remain in the U.S. will be...
01/12/2005 03-674

US v. BOOKER

United States Supreme Court
Criminal Law & Procedure, Sentencing
The Federal Sentencing Guidelines limit the severity of the sentence that a judge can lawfully impose on a defendant to the facts found by the jury at...
01/12/2005 04-104

WHITFIELD v. US

United States Supreme Court
Criminal Law & Procedure
Conviction for conspiracy to commit money laundering, in violation of 18 U.S.C. section 1956(h), does not require proof of an overt act in furtherance...
01/11/2005 03-1293