Journal/Periodical
volumes : portraits, some color ; 33 cm
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Book
vii, 38 pages ; 24 cm
Question presented: Whether or under what circumstances the Fifth Amendment's self-incrimination clause protects a defendant's refusal to answer law enforcement questionings before he has been arrested or read his Miranda warnings.
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i, 20 pages ; 24 cm
  • Relevant docket entries
  • Transcript of guilt-innocence proceedings (pretrial hearing on motion in limine), March 11, 2009
  • Transcript of guilt-innocence proceedings (testimony of Sergeant Elliott), March 12, 2009.
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24 pages ; 24 cm
Question presented: Whether or under what circumstances the Fifth Amendment's self-incrimination clause protects a defendant's refusal to answer law enforcement questionings before he has been arrested or read his Miranda warnings.
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Book
ix, 32, 51 pages ; 24 cm
Question presented: Whether the government must prove that the defendant intended to defraud a bank and expose it to risk of loss in every prosecution under 18 U.S.C. § 1344.
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viii, 31, 55 pages ; 24 cm
Question presented: Whether or under what circumstances a federal agency may cancel a vacancy for the purpose of hiring a non-veteran over a disabled veteran who is ranked higher on a list of qualified candidates.
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vi, 26, 135 p. ; 24 cm.
Question presented: Whether the Eighth Amerndment's Cruel and Unusual Punishment Clause permits a state to punish the crime of rape of a child with the death penalty. If so, whether Louisiana's capital rape statute violated the Eighth Amendment insofar as it fails genuinely to nrrow the class of such offenders eligible for the death penalty.
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2 p. ; 24 cm.
Question presented: Whether the Eighth Amerndment's Cruel and Unusual Punishment Clause permits a state to punish the crime of rape of a child with the death penalty. If so, whether Louisiana's capital rape statute violated the Eighth Amendment insofar as it fails genuinely to nrrow the class of such offenders eligible for the death penalty.
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vi, 28, 19 leaves ; 28 cm.
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73 pages ; 23 cm
  • Oral argument of Jeffrey L. Fisher, Esq., on behalf of the petitioner
  • Oral argument of Edward C. Dumont, Esq., on behalf of the respondent
  • Oral argument of Michael R. Dreeben, Esq., for the United States, as amicus curiae, supporting respondent
  • Rebuttal argument of Jeffrey L. Fisher, Esq., on behalf of the petitioner.
Issue: Whether evidence admitted at petitioner's trial was obtained in a search of petitioner's cell phone that violated petitioner's Fourth Amendment rights.
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Book
viii, 25, 61 pages ; 24 cm
Question presented: Whether a police officer's mistake of law can provide the individualized suspicion that the Fourth Amendment requires to justify a traffic stop.
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Book
ii, 13 pages ; 24 cm
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Book
ix, 48 pages ; 24 cm
Question presented: Whether a floating structure that is indefinitely moored receives power and other utilities from shore and is not intended to be used in maritime transportation or commerce constitutes a "vessel" under 1 U.S.C. Sec. 3, thus triggering federal maritime jurisdiction.
Law Library (Crown)
Book
106 pages : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 24 cm
Question presented: Whether a floating structure that is indefinitely moored receives power and other utilities from shore and is not intended to be used in maritime transportation or commerce constitutes a "vessel" under 1 U.S.C. Sec. 3, thus triggering federal maritime jurisdiction.
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Video
1 videodisc (1 hr., 13 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Stanford professors discuss recent cases and speculate on how the Supreme Court will act in the 2009 term.
Law Library (Crown)
Book
viii, 35, 169 p. ; 28 cm.
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Book
30 leaves. ; 28 cm.
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Book
viii, 28, 65 pages ; 24 cm
Question presented: Whether or under what circumstances the Fourth Amendment permits police officers to conduct a warrantless search of the digital contents of an individual's cell phone seized from the person at the time of arrest.
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x, 39 pages ; 24 cm
Question presented: Whether Congress' decision in 2006 to reauthorize Section 5 of the Voting Rights Act under the pre-existing coverage formula of Section 4(b) of the Voting Rights Act exceeded its authority under the Fifteenth Amendment and thus violated the Tenth Amendment and Article IV of the United States Constitution.
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