Costello hired Sagan to drive his racing car in a race. Sagan's friend Gideon promised to pay Sagan
$3,000 if she won the race. Sagan won the race, but Gideon refused to pay. Gideon contended that no
legally binding contract had been formed because he had
Sources of law
15 sources of law for a judge: Constitution, Legal Contract, Bill or receipt, past court case
decisions, Local ordinance, Statuette, Commercial Code, civil code, Law of customs, Verbal
contract, International treaty or law, Theol
- 23-year-old woman.
Eric Douglas Boyd
Missouri Court of Appeals, Division Three
Facts of the Dispute:
Summer of 1980 - and first met and -visited several times at her mothers house.
January 5th, 1981 called and asked her to attend a par
ASEAN Cooperation in Food, Agriculture and Forestry
ASEAN GENERAL GUIDELINES ON
THE PREPARATION AND HANDLING OF
F o o d H a n d l i n g P u b l i c a t i o n S e r i e s No.1
ASEAN GENERAL GUIDELINES ON THE PREPARATION AND HANDLING OF
Berg vs. Taylor
Appellants Meshiel Cooper Traylor and her minor son Craig Lamar Traylor (10) appeal the
judgment confirming an arbitration award in favor of Craigs former personal manager,
respondent Sharyn Berg (Berg), for unpaid commissions u
The law is a continuously changing
process of developing a workable
set of rules that balance the
individual and group rights of an
prohibitory, meaning certain acts must not be
Lying about receiving a Medal of Honor? Its
shameful but it shouldnt be a crime.
Congressional Medal of Honor Society/CONGRESSIONAL MEDAL OF HONOR SOCIETY From left, Medals of Honor for the Army, Air Force and Navy.
By Jonathan Turley, Published: February
High court debates implications of
poisoned paramour case
Carol Anne Bond is serving six years in federal prison. Her sentence from a state court
could have been six months.
The case involves a woman convicted of federal charges related t
Grace says payments had lawful purposes
February 23, 2012
Former St. Gabriel Mayor George L. Grace Sr. denied Wednesday that he accepted bribes
from a Baton Rouge businessman and undercover FBI investigators.
Grace, 68, is in the fifth week of his trial i
LOWER CORPORATE TAXES NOW
The Obama administration is highly exercised about inversion, the practice by which an
American corporation acquires a foreign company and moves its headquarters out of the United
States to benefit from lower tax rates abroad.
OCTOBER 1, 2009
High Court Agrees to Hear Gun-Rights Case
By JESS BRAVIN
WASHINGTON - The Supreme Court agreed to decide whether some state gun regulations
violate the Constitution, the second phase of the justices' re-examination of the right to bear ar
Team Obama Regulates Goat Herders' Workplaces
The Obama administration is setting new workplace regulations to assist foreign workers who
fill goat herding positions in the U.S. , including employee-paid cell phones and comfy beds.
These new special proce
Grisly Tobacco Labels Thrown Out by Judge
Judge Sides With Cigarette Producers Challenging FDA's
Plan for Graphic Images
This image of a man exhaling cigarette smoke through a tracheotomy hole was one of the
warning labels planned by th
Gonzales v. Raich
Gonzales v. Raich (previously Ashcroft v. Raich), 545 U.S. 1 (2005), was a case in
which the United States Supreme Court ruled on June 6, 2005 that under the Commerce
Clause of the United States Constitution, which allows the United Stat
Justices New War against Lenders
Talk about not learning from past mistakes: A government department is again intimidating
banks into lending to minority borrowers at below-market rates, all in the name of combating
"discrimination." Welcome to the next h
JUSTICES REIN IN POLICE ON GPS TRACKERS
WASHINGTONThe Supreme Court ruled Monday that police violated the
Constitution when they attached a Global Positioning System tracker to a suspect's
vehicle without a valid search warrant, voting unanimously in one
Citizens United v. Federal Election
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission, 558 U.S. _ (2010), is a landmark 5to-4 decision by the United States Supreme Court that corporate funding of independent
Is it bribery or just politics?
All elected officials, and those who help finance elections in the expectation that certain
promises will be kept and everyone who cares about the rule of law should hope the
Supreme Court agrees to hear Don Siegelmans appe
Citizens offers settlement
February 23, 2012
Louisiana Citizens Property Insurance Corp. offered Wednesday to pay 25,000
policyholders and their attorneys $102.8 million to settle a long-running legal battle.
The dispute began after the hurricanes of 2005
Don't Tread That GPS on Me
The Supreme Court delivers a Fourth Amendment
This unanimous thing is getting to be a habit. Yesterday, the Supreme Court issued its
third 9-0 decision in as many weeks, this time rejecting the government's view of the
Federal Asset Seizures Rise, Netting Innocent
By JOHN R. EMSHWILLER And GARY FIELDS
New York businessman James Lieto was an innocent bystander in a fraud investigation last year.
Federal agents seized $392,000 of his cash anyway.
For anyone stepping gingerly through the encampment of Occupy Wall Street in Manhattan, it
might be easy to dismiss the protest as just a living diorama of a 1960s Happening. That is, were
it not for its intriguing challenge to American business, and Milt
A federal district judge in Washington, D.C., dismissed a
lawsuit against the Cherokee Nation and transferred a
second suit back to Oklahoma late Friday.
Filed in 2003 by a group of freedmen descendants against the Cherokee Nation, then-Principal