Brief: Schneckloth v. Bustamonte
While on routine patrol in Sunnyvale, California, at approximately 2:40 in
the morning, Police Officer James Rand stopped an automobile when he
observed that one headlight and its license plate light were burned ou
Adderley v. Florida Brief
Facts: Petitioners, 32 students, were members of a group of about 200 who on a
nonpublic jail driveway, which they blocked, and on adjacent county jail premises
had, by singing, clapping, and dancing, demonstrated against their s
Brief: Baker V. Carr
Facts: Charles Baker (was a resident of Shelby County, Tennessee. Baker filed
suit against Joe Carr, the Secretary of State of Tennessee. Bakers complaint
alleged that the Tennessee legislature had not redrawn its legislative district
People v. Allen Brief
On August 7,1995 Mary SunYoung and her family lived at 2951 Treat
Street in San Francisco.
Ms. SunYoung was on her way to take her 7 year old daughter to summer
camp when she stopped to close the garage.
When out of the car
United States v. Aguilar Brief
Appellants sought and received extensive media coverage of their
efforts on behalf of Central American aliens. Eventually, the INS
accepted appellants' challenge to investigate their alien smuggling
and harboring act
Brandenburg v. Ohio Brief
Facts: The Ohio Criminal Syndicalism Act (the Act) made it illegal to advocate
crime, sabotage, violence or terrorism as a means of accomplishing industrial or
political reform. It also prohibited assembling with any society, gro
Brown v. State
On July 17,1992, Alfred Brown was with friends, drinking beer in the
parking lot of an apartment complex.
Alfred got into an altercation with James McLean.
Alfred and James McLean had an encounter one week before when
McLean and s
Brief: Carter v. Carter Coal Company
Facts: The Bituminous Coal Conservation Act was passed in 1935 and replaced
the previous codes set forth by the National Industry Recovery Act (NIRA). The
new act established a commission, made up of coal miners, coal
Illinois State Trooper Daniel Gillette stopped Roy Caballes for speeding on
an interstate highway.
When Gillette radioed the police dispatcher to report the stop, a second
trooper, Craig Graham a member of the Illinois St
United States v. Butler Brief
Facts: The Act authorized the setting of limits on the production of certain crops
and the imposition of taxes on crops produced in excess of these limits.
Respondent alleges that this tax acts as a regulation of crop product
Despite whether theyre friendly or abrasive, I expect the prisoners to be highly
interactive with us. They do not have contact with people in the outside world, specifically the
youth while theyre in jail. I think when provided the op