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US v. State of California
United States Ninth Circuit
Immigration Law, Constitutional Law
Addressed the constitutionality of three laws California enacted expressly to protect its residents from federal immigration enforcement. The United...
04/18/2019 18-16496
Ramirez v. Escajeda
United States Fifth Circuit
Constitutional Law, Criminal Law & Procedure
Dismissed a police officer's appeal from a denial of qualified immunity, in a lawsuit accusing him of using excessive force. Held that appellate...
04/16/2019 18-50125
Bourne v. Gunnels
United States Fifth Circuit
Constitutional Law, Criminal Law & Procedure
Revived a prison inmate's claim that correctional officers used excessive force against him during an incident at the prison. Reversed a summary...
04/16/2019 17-20418
Shepherd v. Commissioner Annucci
United States Second Circuit
Constitutional Law, Criminal Law & Procedure
Affirmed the dismissal of a federal prison inmate's pro se complaint as a sanction for misrepresenting his litigation history.
04/15/2019 17‐2261
Robinson v. Hunt County, Texas
United States Fifth Circuit
Cyberspace Law, Constitutional Law, Criminal Law & Procedure
Revived a citizen's claim that a sheriff's office Facebook page unconstitutionally censored speech. She claimed that her controversial comments were...
04/15/2019 18-10238
Culp v. Raoul
United States Seventh Circuit
Civil Rights, Constitutional Law
Rejected a constitutional challenge to Illinois's restrictions on concealed carry of firearms. The lawsuit was brought by out-of-state residents who...
04/12/2019 17-2998
Okorie v. Crawford
United States Fifth Circuit
Health Law, Constitutional Law
Held that a state medical board investigator was entitled to qualified immunity for allegedly detaining a physician for three to four hours during the...
04/12/2019 18-60335
Mara v. Rilling
United States Second Circuit
Constitutional Law, Criminal Law & Procedure
Held that police officers were entitled to qualified immunity from claims that they unlawfully arrested a man for assaulting a guest at a college New...
04/09/2019 17‐3326‐cv
Blake v. Lambert
United States Fifth Circuit
Constitutional Law, Education Law, Criminal Law & Procedure
Held that a school attendance officer could be sued for causing the wrong person to be arrested for failing to ensure that a child was attending...
04/05/2019 18-60176
Rich v. Palko
United States Fifth Circuit
Constitutional Law, Criminal Law & Procedure
Held that police officers were entitled to qualified immunity from a claim that they violated the civil rights of an individual who was injured while...
04/03/2019 18-40415

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