Hammer v. Dagenhart Brief
Facts: The Keating-Owen Act of 1916, otherwise known as the Child Labor Act,
prohibited the transportation in interstate commerce of goods produced at
factories that violated certain restrictions on child labor. Roland Dagenhart
Zablocki v. Redhail Case Brief
Appellee Redhail was unable to enter into a lawful marriage under a
Wisconsin statute that did not permit a resident to marry without court
permission if he has a minor issue not in his custody, which he is obligated
Clark v. Jeter
On September 22, 1983 petitioner Cherlyn Clark filed a support complaint
on behalf of her daughter, born out of wedlock on June 11, 1973.
She named Gene Jeter, respondent, as her daughters father.
Court ordered blood tests showed
Moot Court Case
State of Florida v. Montas
Basically, the case deals with the unconstitutionality of overbroad statues in
terms of due process.
-Neither Fraser, Hazelwood, or Tinker was cited in the case at hand.
What occurred: A Transportation S
Brief: U.S. Term Limits, Inc. v. Thorton
Facts: On November 3, 1992, Arkansas voters adopted Amendment 73 to their
State Constitution. The "Term Limitation Amendment," in addition to limiting terms
of elected officials within the Arkansas state government
Commonwealth v. McCloskey Brief
On April 28,2001, both of McCloskeys daughters Kristen and Kelly, 17 and
14 years old hosted a party in the basement of their home.
Two dozen teenagers, who attended the party, testified.
At the party there were t
In the Matter of B.B.R., (Appeal of M.R.)
Marita gave birth to a boy in Sacramento, California.
Within hours of the delivery, Marita signed a release agreeing to allow the
hospital to release her child to the Platts who resided in D.C.
January 23, 2012
Martin v. Farber Case Brief
Three days prior to their marriage on June 22, 1939, Nettie Sue Farber,
then Nettie Sue Goldberg, and Morris W. Farber entered into an
The agreement provi
Brief: Illinois v. Rodriguez
Facts: On July 26, 1985, police were summoned to the residence of Dorothy
Jackson on South Wolcott in Chicago. They were met by Ms. Jackson's daughter,
Gail Fischer, who showed signs of a severe beating. She told the officers