United States Supreme Court - May 2005 Opinion Summaries

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Tory v. Cochran

United States Supreme Court
Constitutional Law, Remedies
Plaintiff's challenge to a permanent injunction, prohibiting him from picketing and orally uttering statements about Johnnie Cochran, who died after...
05/31/2005 03-1488

Cutter v. Wilkinson

United States Supreme Court
Constitutional Law
Section 3 of the Religious Land Use and Institutionalized Persons Act, on its face, qualifies as a permissible accommodation that is not barred by the...
05/31/2005 03-9877

Arthur Andersen LLP v. US

United States Supreme Court
Corp. Governance, Corporation & Enterprise Law, Criminal Law & Procedure
A jury verdict finding plaintiff, an auditor for Enron Corporation, guilty of corruptly persuading another person to alter documents for an official...
05/31/2005 04-368

Medellin v. Dretke

United States Supreme Court
Criminal Law & Procedure, Habeas Corpus
Review of defendant's habeas corpus petition, alleging that his rights under the Vienna Convention were violated, was improvidently granted where...
05/23/2005 04-5928

Deck v. Missouri

United States Supreme Court
Constitutional Law, Criminal Law & Procedure, Sentencing
The Constitution forbids the use of visible shackles during a capital trial's penalty phase, as it does during the guilt phase, unless that use is...
05/23/2005 04-5293

Clingman v. Beaver

United States Supreme Court
Constitutional Law, Elections, Government Law
Oklahoma's semiclosed primary system does not violate the right to freedom of association since any burden it imposes is minor and justified by...
05/23/2005 04-37

Lingle v. Chevron

United States Supreme Court
Constitutional Law, Property Law & Real Estate
The "substantially advances" formula, announced in Agins v. City of Tiburon, 447 U.S. 255 (1980), is not an appropriate test for determining whether a...
05/23/2005 04-163

Johanns v. Livestock Mktg. Ass'n

United States Supreme Court
Agriculture, Constitutional Law
(Industry: Food & Beverage)

Generic advertising to promote beef and beef products, financed through assessments on the sale of cattle, is the government's own speech and is not...
05/23/2005 03-1164