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  • Ferguson and Others V. City of Charleston and Others Case Brief

    Facts During the fall of 1988, staff members of a public hospital located in the city of Charleston by the Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC) became concerned by “an apparent increase in the use of cocaine by patients who were receiving prenatal treatment.” (Samaha, 2012, p. 252) In response...

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  • Kelo V. City of New London-Case Brief

    Kelo v. City of New London 125 S.Ct. 2655 (U.S. Sup. Ct. 2009) Facts: In 1998, the city of New London, Connecticut, authorized a $3.5 million bond issue in support of plans initiated by the New London Development Corporation (NLDC). This decision followed a state designation of the area as a “distressed...

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  • How to Prepare a Case Brief

    CASE BRIEF FORMAT A case brief is the result of distilling a court opinion down into its essential elements. There are many different ways to brief a case, each dependent largely upon its purpose in being assigned. Below is the format which you should follow for briefing cases in this course: CASE...

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  • A Brief History of Oxford City

    by the standards of the time. Oxford was economically dependent on the university. The students provided a large market for beer, food, clothes and other goods. From 1819 Oxford had gas street lighting. In the late 19th century a marmalade making industry began in Oxford. There was also a publishing...

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  • Case Brief-Garden City Boxing Club, Inc. V. Dominguez

    Garden City Boxing Club, Inc. v. Dominguez 1. Citation: 2006 U.S. Dist. 2. Facts: Garden City Boxing Club, Inc. based in San Jose, California, owned the exclusive right to broadcast several prizefights via closed-circuit television, including the match between Oscar De La Hoya and Fernando...

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  • History Brief Windsor V. Us

    United States has before them a great decision to make in the case of United States v. Windsor. This will set precedent in United States federal law that allows states to refuse to recognize same-sex marriages granted under the laws of other states. The court will deliberate on the section of Defense of...

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  • GARRATT v. DAILEY case brief

    GARRATT v. DAILEY Supreme court of Washington February 14, 1955 1.FACTS Plaintiff alleged that as she started to sit down in a wood and canvas lawn chair, defendant, a child under six years old, deliberately pulled it out from under her. The trial court found that defendant was attempting...

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  • Schmerber V. California Case Brief

    Schmerber v. California Case Brief Schmerber v. California 384 U.S. 757 (1966) FACTS: Armando Schmerber, the petitioner, had been arrested for drunk driving while receiving treatment for injuries in a hospital. During his treatment, a police officer smelled liquor on petitioner's...

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  • Ring V. Arizona Case Brief

    Ring v. Arizona 122 S Ct 2428 (2002) Facts of the case: On November 28, 1994, The body of an armored van driver was found dead inside the vehicle. Also, there was more than $800,000 missing from the van leading police to believe that this was a robbery and homicide case. There were no witnesses to...

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  • R. V Burns Case Brief

    R. v Burns case Brief Case Facts The defendants Glen Sebastian Burns and Atif Ahmad Rafay were accused to have committed aggravated first degree murder in Washington State. In a confession to an undercover RCMP officer in British Columbia, posing as a mob boss, it is clamed that Burns was a contract...

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  • Case Brief: US v. Conti

    1. Citation: United States v. Conti, E.D.S.C., Western Division, No.5:11-CV-470-F (2012) 2. Facts: In 2011, the North Carolina General Assembly passed House Bill 289, which approved the DMV to issue speciality license plates. One of these license plates was inscripted with the message “Choose...

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  • Caperton v. Massey Case Brief

    Hugh M. Caperton v. A.T. Massey Coal Company, Inc. 556 U.S.868 U.S. Supreme Court June 8, 2009 Facts: Hugh Caperton, C.E.O. of Harman mining (here on labeled as Caperton), filed a lawsuit against A.T. Massey Coal Company (here on labeled as Massey) alleging that Massey fraudulently canceled a coal...

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  • Hammer V Dagenhart case brief

    granted certiorari. Issue Does Congress have the authority under the commerce clause of the Constitution to regulate the transportation in interstate commerce of goods that have been produced using child labor? Supreme Court Decision 5-4 ruling in Dagenhart’s favor. Answer to the issue at hand was a no;...

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  • Case Brief - Chester v Afshar

    Chester v Afshar - Case brief 1) Title and Citation Chester v Afshar [2004] UKHL 41 Plaintiff: Chester Defendant: Afshar Court: House of Lords Judges: Lord Steyn, Lord Hope, Lord Walker, Lord Bingham and Lord Hoffmann 2) Facts of the case Miss Chester, the plaintiff, suffered from low back pain...

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  • Kentucky v. King case brief

    Case Name: Kentucky v. King, 563 U.S. (2011) Facts: In Lexington, Kentucky, police officers followed a suspected drug dealer to an apartment building where he went. When they arrived outside of the door to the apartment where the suspect was they reportedly could smell marajuana. The police then...

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  • Eisner V Macomber Case Brief

    Citation Eisner v. Macomber,3 AFTR 3020, 252 US 189,1 USTC ¶32 (US, 1920) Issue (1) Under the 16th Amendment, does Congress have the power to tax stock dividends received by the Macomber? (2) Are stock dividends considered income? Facts Mrs. Macomber owned 2,200 shares of Standard Oil Company...

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  • Texas V. Johnson Case Brief

    U.S. Supreme Court TEXAS v. JOHNSON, 491 U.S. 397 (1989) 491 U.S. 397 Citation: Johnson was convicted of desecration of a venerated object in violation of a Texas statute. Date Decided: June 21, 1989 Facts of case: At the 1984 Republican National Convention in Dallas, Texas, Johnson...

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  • Case Brief: Mcculloch V. Maryland

    McCulloch v Maryland 4 Wheat. (17 U.S.) 316 (1819) Issue May Congress charter a bank even though it is not an expressly granted power? Holding Yes, Congress may charter a bank as an implied power under the "necessary and proper" clause. Rationale The Constitution was created to correct the...

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  • Case Brief: Sutter V. Hutchings

    Case Brief: Sutter v. Hutchings Case Name, Citation & Court: Sutter v. Hutchings, 254 Ga. 194, 327 S.E.2d 717, Georgia Supreme Court, decided 1985. Parties & Procedural History: Trial Court level: Plaintiff Sutter sues Defendant Hutchings. Defendant filed summary judgment motion, and...

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  • Case Brief Nash V. Auburn

    NASH v. AUBURN UNIVERSITY FACTS: Two Students of Auburn University David Nash and Donna Perry were accused of cheating on their anatomy exams, which was a violation of the Student Code of Professional Ethics at Auburn. At a university hearing which was to determine the merits of their charge, faculty...

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