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1000 LOS ANGELES POLICE DEPT. V. UNITED REPORTINGPUBLISHING CORP.
[Syllabus]
Whether the government violates the First Amendment when it releases records but forbids their commercial use?
1000 PENNSYLVANIA STATE POLICE V. SUDERS
[Syllabus]
When a hostile work environment created by a supervisor culminates in a constructive discharge, may the employer assert an affirmative defense?
1000 MICHIGAN DEP'T OF STATE POLICE V. SITZ
[Concurrence]
1000 POLICE DEP'T V. MOSLEY
[Syllabus]
1000 MICHIGAN DEP'T OF STATE POLICE V. SITZ
[Dissent]
1000 MICHIGAN DEP'T OF STATE POLICE V. SITZ
[Syllabus]
1000 POLICE DEP'T V. MOSLEY
[Opinion]
1000 POLICE DEP'T V. MOSLEY
[Concurrence]
1000 MICHIGAN DEP'T OF STATE POLICE V. SITZ
[Dissent]
1000 MICHIGAN DEP'T OF STATE POLICE V. SITZ
[Opinion]
1000 MICHIGAN V. BRYANT
[Syllabus]
935 PENNSYLVANIA STATE POLICE V. SUDERS
[Syllabus]
When a hostile work environment created by a supervisor culminates in a constructive discharge, may the employer assert an affirmative defense?
896 LOS ANGELES POLICE DEPT. V. UNITED REPORTINGPUBLISHING CORP.
[Syllabus]
Whether the government violates the First Amendment when it releases records but forbids their commercial use?
828 BRENDLIN V. CALIFORNIA
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828 BANKS V. DRETKE
[Syllabus]
In this Texas capital case, the Fifth Circuit (in an unpublished order) overturned the district court's issuance of habeas corpus relief as to Petitioner Delma Banks' sentence. Banks contends that the Court of Appeals reached this result only by misapplying and misinterpreting well-established 'precedents of this Court regarding, inter alia, prosecutorial misuse of peremptory challenges to exclude African Americans from Banks' petit jury, and trial counsel's ineffective assistance of counsel. Specifically, Banks seeks review by this Court of the following questions: 1. Did the Fifth Circuit commit legal error in rejecting Banks' Brady claim— that the prosecution suppressed material witness impeachment evidence that prejudiced him in the penalty phase of his trial--on the grounds that: (a) the evidence supporting the claim was procedurally defaulted, notwithstanding the fact that, like in Strickler v. Greene, 527 U.S. 263 (1999), there was no reasonable basis for concluding that counsel for Banks could have discovered the suppressed evidence prior to or during that trial or state post-conviction proceedings; and (b) the suppressed evidence was immaterial to Banks' death sentence, where the panel neglected to consider that the trial prosecutors viewed the evidence to be of utmost importance to showing a capital sentence was appropriate? 2.Did the Fifth Circuit act contrary to Stricland v. Washington, 466 U.S. 668 (1984)and Williams v. Taylor, 529 U.S. 362 (2000),where it weighed each item of mitigating evidence separately and concluded that no single category would have brought a different result at sentencing without weighing the impact of the evidence collectively? 3. Did the Fifth Circuit act contrary to Harris v. Nelsen, 394 U.S. 286 (1969)and Withrow v. Williams, 507 U.S. 680 (1993) in holding that Fed. R. Civ. P. 15(b) does not apply to habeas proceeding because evidentiary hearings in those proceedings are not similar to civil trials? 4. Did the Fifth Circuit err in refusing to consider Bank's jury discrimination claim--virtually identical to one this Court is consider Bank's jury discrimination claim-- virtually identical to one this Court is considering in Miller-El v. Cockrell (No.01-7662)--based upon its conclusions that: (a) the state court's rejection of that claim rested upon an adequate and independent state ground; and that (b) there was inadequate prejudice to Mr. Bank's interest to excuse his counsel's failing to present, at trail, direct and statistical evidence of the prosecution's consistent policy of using peremptory challenges to keep African Americans off felony juries?
802 CHICAGO V. MORALES
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773 ARIZONA V. JOHNSON
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773 ILLINOIS V. LIDSTER
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Whether Indianapolis v. Edmond, 531 U.S. 32 (2000), prohibits police officers from conducting a checkpoint organized to investigate a prior offense, at which checkpoint law enforcement officers briefly stopped all oncoming motorists to hand out flyers about—and look for witnesses to—the offense, where the checkpoint was conducted exactly one week after—and at approximately the same time of day as—the offense, and where the checkpoint otherwise met the reasonableness standard articulated in Brown v. Texas, 443 U.S. 47 (1979).
773 DAVIS V. WASHINGTON
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744 KENTUCKY V. KING
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708
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708 J. D. B. V. NORTH CAROLINA
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708 BARNES V. GORMAN
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Punitive damages may not be awarded in private suits brought under §202 of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 and §504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973.
708 WILSON V. LAYNE
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669 YARBOROUGH V. ALVARADO
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(1) Whether, in applying the objective test for a "custody" determination under Miranda v. Arizona, 384 U.S. 436 (1966), a court must consider the age and experience of a person if he or she is a juvenile? (2) Whether a state court adjudication can be deemed an "objectively unreasonable" application of clearly established Supreme Court precedent, for the purposes of 28 U.S.C. § 2254(d), because it declines to "extend" the rule of a Supreme Court precedent to a new context.
669 BERGHUIS V. THOMPKINS
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627 UNITED STATES V. RAMIREZ, 523 U.S. 65 (1998)
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627 CASTLE ROCK V. GONZALES
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627
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627
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627 UNITED STATES V. DRAYTON
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The Fourth Amendment does not require police officers to advise bus passengers of their right not to cooperate and to refuse consent to searches.
627
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627 KYLES V. WHITLEY, 514 U.S. 419 (1995).
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627 DAVIS V. UNITED STATES
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627 ILLINOIS V. RODRIGUEZ, 497 U.S. 177 (1990)
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627 ILLINOIS V. MCARTHUR
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Whether it is constitutionally reasonable for police officers to secure a residence from the outside, and prohibit the occupant's entry into that residence for a short time while they obtain a search warrant based on probable cause, when this Court has suggested that is reasonable under the Fourth Amendment in Segura v. United States 468 U.S. 796, 82 L.Ed.2d 599, 104 S.Ct. 3380 (1984) and other courts have found similar behavior consistent with the Fourth Amendment, and Segura."
579 SANCHEZ-LLAMAS V. OREGON
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579 UNITED STATES V. JIMENEZ RECIO
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A conspiracy does not automatically terminate simply because the Government has defeated its object.
579 CHAVEZ V. MARTINEZ
[Syllabus]
1. Whether the Ninth Circuit panel Correctly characterized the Supreme Court's Fifth Amendment discussion in United States v. Verdugo-Urquidez, 494 U.S. 259 (1990), as non-binding dicta and thereby ignored its holding favorable to petitioner. 2. Whether a violation of the Fifth Amendment, potentially resulting in an award of civil damages, occurs at the time of the purported coercive the constitutionally violative statement in a criminal proceeding. 3. Whether the Ninth Circuit panel correctly held that the conduct of this investigating officer was so offensive as to deny him qualified immunity.
579 MISSOURI V. SEIBERT
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Is the rule that a suspect who has once responded to unwarned yet uncoercive questioning is not thereby disabled form waiving his rights and confessing after he has been given the requisite Miranda warnings, Oregon v. Elstad, 470 U.S. 298, 318 (1985), abrogated when the initial failure to give the Miranda warnings was intentional?
579 HUDSON V. MICHIGAN
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579 MARYLAND V. SHATZER
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579 TEXAS V. COBB
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Because the Sixth Amendment right to counsel is "offense specific," it does not necessarily extend to crimes that are "factually related" to those that have actually been charged.
579 FERGUSON V. CHARLESTON
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A state hospital's performance of drug tests to obtain evidence of maternity patients' cocaine use for law enforcement purposes is an unreasonable search if the patients have not consented to the procedure; the interest in using the threat of criminal sanctions to deter such use cannot justify a departure from the general rule that an official nonconsensual search is unconstitutional if not authorized by a valid warrant.
579 WHREN ET AL. V. UNITED STATES, 517 U.S. 806 (1996).
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579 FLORIDA V. WHITE
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579 HERRING V. UNITED STATES
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517 RICHARDS V. WISCONSIN, 520 U.S. 385 (1997).
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517 LILLY V. VIRGINIA
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517 FLORIDA V. POWELL
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517
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517 ATWATER V. LAGO VISTA
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The Fourth Amendment does not forbid a warrantless arrest for a minor criminal offense, such as a misdemeanor seatbelt violation punishable only by a fine.
517 COUNTY OF SACRAMENTO V. LEWIS, 523 U.S. 833 (1998)
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517 ORNELAS ET AL. V. UNITED STATES, 517 U.S. 690 (1996).
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517 MONTEJO V. LOUISIANA
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517
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517 HIIBEL V. SIXTH JUDICIAL DIST. COURT OF NEV.,HUMBOLDT CTY.
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Whether it is a violation of the 4th Amendment protection against unreasonable searches and seizures to require someone to identify himself when stopped by police?
517 UNITED STATES V. PATANE
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Does the fruit of the poisonous tree doctrine apply to physical-evidence fruit of a Miranda violation?
517 ARIZONA V. EVANS, 514 U.S. 1 (1995).
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446 BULLCOMING V. NEW MEXICO
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446 FLORIDA V. J. L.
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Whether an anonymous tip which states that a person is carrying a concealed firearm at a specific location, with a detailed description of the person and his attire, is sufficiently reliable to justify an investigatory detention and frisk where the police immediately verify the accuracy of the tip?"
446 AUER V. ROBBINS, 519 U.S. 452 (1997).
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446 MARYLAND V. PRINGLE
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Where drugs and a roll of cash are found in the passenger compartment of a car with multiple occupants, and all deny ownership, does the Fourth Amendment prohibit a police officer form arresting the occupants of the car?
446 THORNTON V. UNITED STATES
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Whether New York v. Belton, 453 U.S. 454 (1981), which established a bright-line rule authorizing a search of a car's passenger compartment incident to a contemporaneous lawful arrest of an occupant therein, also authorizes a warrantless search of a car when the arrestee was not in the car when the police initiated contact with him or within reaching distance of the car at the time of the arrest?
446 MUEHLER V. MENA
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446 ILLINOIS V. WARDLOW
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Whether a person's sudden and unprovoked flight from a clearly identifiable police officer, who is patrolling a high crime area, is sufficiently suspicious to justify a temporary investigator stop pursuant to Terry v. Ohio.
446 WILSON V. ARKANSAS, 514 U.S. 927 (1995).
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446 CLARK V. ARIZONA
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446 MAYLE V. FELIX
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446
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446
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446 SCHENCK V. PRO CHOICE NETWORK, 519 U.S. 357 (1997).
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446 ARIZONA V. GANT
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352 SMITH V. CITY OF JACKSON
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352 INDIANAPOLIS  V.  EDMOND
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Whether checkpoints at which law enforcement officers briefly stop vehicular traffic, check motorists' licenses and vehicle registrations, look for signs of impairment, and walk a ""narcotics detection"" dog around the exterior of each stopped automobile are unlawful under the Fourth Amendment."
352
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352 DEVENPECK V. ALFORD
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352
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352 CRAWFORD V. WASHINGTON
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352 AMERICAN TRUCKING ASSNS., INC. V. MICHIGAN PUB. SERV. COMMN
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352 GILBERT, PRESIDENT, EAST STROUDSBURG UNIVERSITY V. HOMAR, 520 U.S. 924 (1997)
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352
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352 FELLERS V. UNITED STATES
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I. Did the Court of Appeals err when they concluded that Petitioner's Sixth Amendment right to counsel under Massih v. United States, 377 U.S. 201 (1964), was not violated because Petitioner was not interrogated by Government agents; when the proper standard under Supreme Court precedent, is whether the Government agents deliberately elicited information from Petitioner? 2. Should the second statements- preceded by Miranda warnings- have been suppressed as fruits of the illegal posts indictment interview without the presence of counsel, under this Court;s decisions in Nix v. Williams, 467 U.S. 431 (1984), and Brown v. Illinois, 422 U.S. 590 (1975)?
352 UNITED STATES V. COMSTOCK
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352 SWINT V. CHAMBERS COUNTY COMM'N, 514 U.S. 35 (1995).
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352 WEST COVINA V. PERKINS
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352 ONTARIO V. QUON
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352
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352 COLUMBUS V. OURS GARAGE & WRECKERSERVICE, INC.
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49 U. S. C. §14501(c)(2)(A)-which excepts "the safety regulatory authority of a State with respect to motor vehicles" from §14501(c)(1)'s general rule preempting prescriptions by "a State [or] political subdivision of a State . . . related to a price, route, or service of any motor carrier . . . with respect to the transportation of property"-does not bar a State from delegating to municipalities and other local units the State's authority to establish safety regulations governing motor carriers of property, including tow trucks.
352 SYKES V. UNITED STATES
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352
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352 VIRGINIA V. MOORE
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352 DICKERSON V. UNITED STATES
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1. Whether the passage of 18 U.S.C. 3501 Was an unconstitutional attempt by Congress to legislatively overrule the Supreme Court's decision in Miranda v. Arizona, 384 U.S. 436 (1966)?"
352 PREMO V. MOORE
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352
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352 LOS ANGELES V. ALAMEDA BOOKS, INC.
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The Ninth Circuit's judgment striking down a Los Angeles ordinance banning multiple-use adult entertainment establishments under Renton v. Playtime Theatres, Inc., 475 U. S. 41, is reversed, and the case is remanded.
352 WYOMING V. HOUGHTON
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352 KANSAS V. VENTRIS
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352 UNITED STATES V. BANKS
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Whether law enforcement officers executing a warrant to search for illegal drugs violated the Fourth Amendment and 18 U.S.C. 3109, thereby requiring suppression of evidence, when they forcibly entered a small apartment in the middle of the afternoon 15-20 seconds after knocking and announcing their presence.
352 ROTHGERY V. GILLESPIE COUNTY
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352
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352 SCOTT V. HARRIS
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223 UNITED HAULERS ASSN., INC. V. ONEIDA-HERKIMERSOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT AUTHORITY
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223 STOGNER V. CALIFORNIA
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1. Did the California Legislature's abolition of the statute of limitations requirement, which historically comprised an element of the crimes charged, so as to charge Petitioner retroactively, violate the Ex Post Facto Clause? 2. Did the California Legislature's abolition of the Statute of limitations arbitrarily retract a liberty interest the state had conferred on Petitioner?
223 HILL V. COLORADO
[Syllabus]
1. Does Colorado's statutory requirement that speakers obtain consent from passersby on public sidewalks and streets before speaking, displaying signs, or distributing leaflets unconstitutionally burden protected expressive rights in a traditional public forum? 2.Does Colorado's statutory designation of private citizens as censors of speech, picket signs, and leaflets on public streets and sidewalks impose an unconstitutional prior restraint? 3. Is a statute that gives broad discretion to passersby in public places to act as censors of speech, picket signs, and leaflets and which fails to prohibit content-based denials of the right to speak, to display signs, or to pass leaflets subject to strict scrutiny? 4. Is a statute that gives broad discretion to passersby in public places to act as censors of speech, picket signs, and leaflets and which fails to prohibit viewpoint-based denials of the right to speak, to display signs, or to pass leaflets unconstitutional per se?
223 THOMPSON V. KEOHANE, WARDEN, ET AL., 516 U.S. 99 (1996)..
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223 ATKINSON TRADING CO. V. SHIRLEY
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The Navajo Nation's imposition of a hotel occupancy tax upon nonmembers on non-Indian fee land within its reservation is invalid.
223
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223 VIRGINIA V. HICKS
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1. May a criminal defendant escape conviction by invoking the overbreadth doctrine even though (I) his own offense did not involve any expressive conduct, and (ii) his conduct was not proscribed by that portion of the government statute, regulation or policy of the government statute, regulation or policy he challenges as overbroad? 2. In the context of government's attempts to exclude some non-residents from a public housing complex, does the Constitution recognize a distinction between actions taken by government as landlord and actions taken by government as sovereign?
223 PENNSYLVANIA BD. OF PROBATION AND PAROLE V. SCOTT, 524 U.S. 357 (1998)
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223 PENNSYLVANIA V. MUNIZ, 496 U.S. 582 (1990)
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223 ARIZONANS FOR OFFICIAL ENGLISH V. ARIZONA, 520 U.S. 43 (1997).
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223 METRO-GOLDWYN-MAYER STUDIOS INC. V.GROKSTER, LTD.
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223 CIPOLLONE V. LIGGETT GROUP, 505 U.S. 504 (1992).
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223 MACS SHELL SERVICE, INC. V.SHELL OILPRODUCTS CO.
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223
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223 MASSACHUSETTS V. EPA
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223
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223
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223
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223 PEARSON V. CALLAHAN
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223 SHEPARD V. UNITED STATES
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223 CONN V. GABBERT
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223 ROMPILLA V. BEARD
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223 CLEVELAND V. UNITED STATES
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1. Can alleged false statements or omissions in applications for state licenses be the basis for federal mail or wire fraud charges, on the theory that a license that has not yet been issued constitutes ""property"" of the State, of which the State is deprived when it issues the license? 2. Is materiality an element of the offense of mail fraud?"
223
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223 FOX V. VICE
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223
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223 SORRELL V. IMS HEALTH INC.
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223
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223 DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA V. HELLER
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223
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223 BELL V. CONE
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Respondent's claim that his counsel rendered ineffective assistance during his sentencing hearing was governed by Strickland v. Washington, 466 U. S. 668, and the Tennessee Court of Criminal Appeals' rejection of his claim neither was "contrary to" nor involved "an unreasonable application of clearly established Federal law" under 28 U. S. C. §2254(d)(1).
223 KYLLO V. UNITED STATES
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Where the Government uses a device, such as a thermal imager, that is not in general public use, to explore details of a private home that would previously have been unknowable without physical intrusion, the surveillance is a Fourth Amendment "search," and is presumptively unreasonable without a warrant.
223 WALLACE V. KATO
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223 UNITED STATES V. LOCKE
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Whether regulations adopted by the State of Washington governing staffing and operation of oceangoing oil tankers engaged in coastal and international commerce are preempted to the extent that they conflict with international obligations of the United States and Coast Guard regulations for such tankers promulgated pursuant to federal statutes and international conventions and agreements.
223 BUCKMAN CO. V. PLAINTIFFS LEGAL COMM.
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Whether federal law preempts state-law tort claims alleging fraud on the Food and Drug Administration during the regulatory process for marketing clearance applicable to certain devices.
223
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223
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223 ERIE V. PAPS A. M.
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Did the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania, the court of last resort of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, improperly strike an ordinance of the City of Erie which fully comports with the principles articulated in Barnes v. Glen Theatre, Inc., thereby willfully disregarding binding precedent in violation of the Supremacy Clause at Article VI, Clause 2 of the Constitution of the United States?
223 AMERICAN AIRLINES V. WOLENS, 513 U.S. 219 (1995).
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223 GONZALES V. OREGON
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223 CONE V. BELL
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223 BOARD OF ED. OF INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DIST.NO. 92 OF POTTAWATOMIE CTY. V. EARLS
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Petitioner school district's drug testing policy for students participating in extracurricular activities is a reasonable means of furthering the district's important interest in preventing and deterring drug use among its schoolchildren and does not violate the Fourth Amendment.
223 UNITED STATES V. HAYES
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223
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223 RAYGOR V. REGENTS OF UNIV. OF MINN.
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Title 28 U. S. C. §1367(d), which purports to toll the statute of limitations for supplemental state-law claims while they are pending in federal court and for 30 days after they are dismissed, does not apply to claims against nonconsenting state defendants that are dismissed on Eleventh Amendment grounds.
223 SKILLING V. UNITED STATES
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223 GRAY V. MARYLAND, 523 U.S. 185 (1998)
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223
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223 UNITED STATES V. MORRISON
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1. Whether 42 U.S.C. 13981, the provision of the Violence Against Women Act of 1994 that creates a private right of action for victims of gender-motivated violence, is a valid exercise of Congress's power under the Commerce Clause of the Constitution. 2. Whether 42 U.S.C. 13981 is a valid exercise of Congress's power under the Enforcement Clause of the Fourteenth Amendment to the Constitution.
223
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223 NEW JERSEY V. DELAWARE
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223 TAHOE-SIERRA PRESERVATION COUNCIL, INC. V.TAHOE REGIONAL PLANNING AGENCY
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Two moratoria on development that the Tahoe Regional Planning Agency imposed while formulating a comprehensive land-use plan for the Lake Tahoe Basin did not constitute per se takings of property requiring compensation under the Takings Clause.
223 BAILEY V. UNITED STATES, 516 U.S. 137 (1996).
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223 MEDTRONIC, INC. V. LOHR ET VIR, 518 U.S. 470 (1996).
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223 FOWLER V. UNITED STATES
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223 CORLEY V. UNITED STATES
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223 MINNESOTA V. CARTER, 525 U.S. 83 (1998)
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223 GILES V. CALIFORNIA
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223
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223 DEVLIN V. SCARDELLETTI
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Nonnamed class members who have objected in a timely manner to approval of a settlement at a fairness hearing have the power to bring an appeal without first intervening in the lawsuit.
223 STRICKLER V. GREENE
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223 ALVAREZ V. SMITH
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223 CALIFORNIA DIVISION OF LABOR STANDARDS ENFORCEMENT V. DILLINGHAM CONSTRUCTION, 519 U.S. 316 (1997)
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223 JAFFEE V. REDMOND, 518 U.S. 1 (1996)
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223 MUSCARELLO V. UNITED STATES, 524 U.S. 125 (1998)
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223 SOLE V. WYNER
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223 FLORIDA V. NIXON
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223 CONNICK V. THOMPSON
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223 MELENDEZ-DIAZ V. MASSACHUSETTS
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223 JOHNSON V. JONES, 515 U.S. 304 (1995).
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223
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223 SAUCIER V. KATZ
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A qualified immunity ruling requires an analysis not susceptible of fusion with the question whether unreasonable force was used in making an arrest; petitioner, a military police officer, was entitled to qualified immunity for his actions in arresting respondent.
223 KOON V. UNITED STATES, 518 U.S. 81 (1996)
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223
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223
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223 WHORTON V. BOCKTING
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223 BOROUGH OF DURYEA V. GUARNIERI
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223
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223
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223 PACIFIC BELL TELEPHONE CO. V. LINKLINECOMMUNICATIONS, INC.
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223 OHIO V. ROBINETTE, 519 U.S. 33 (1996)
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223 UNITED STATES V. LOPEZ, 514 U.S. 549 (1995).
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223
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223
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223 MARYLAND V. WILSON, 519 U.S. 408 (1997).
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223 PRINTZ V. UNITED STATES, 521 U.S. 898 (1997)
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223 CHRISTIAN LEGAL SOC. CHAPTER OF UNIV. OF CAL.,HASTINGS COLLEGE OF LAW V. MARTINEZ
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223 LAWRENCE V. TEXAS
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1. Whether petitioners' criminal convictions under the Texas Homosexual Conduct law- which criminalizes sexual intimacy by same-sex couples, but not identical behavior by different-sex couples- violate the Fourteenth Amendment guarantee of equal protection of the laws? 2. Whether Petitioner's criminal convictions for adult consensual sexual intimacy in the home violate their vital interest in liberty and privacy protected by the Due Process Clause of the Fourteenth Amendment? 3. Whether Bowers v. Hardwick, 478 U.S. 186 (1986), should be overruled?
223 LAPIDES V. BOARD OF REGENTS OF UNIV. SYSTEMOF GA.
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A State waives its Eleventh Amendment immunity when it removes a case from state court to federal court.
223
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223 BERGHUIS V. SMITH
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223 UNITED STATES V. RODRIGUEZ-MORENO
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223 SAMSON V. CALIFORNIA
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