a fortiori in a sentence

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  • 505 U.S. 1003 (1992), 91-453, Lucas v. South Carolina Coastal Council

    ... A fortiori, the legislature's recitation of a noxious-use justification cannot be the ... cases cited by the Court, ante at 1015, repeat the Agins sentence, but in no way suggest that the public interest is irrelevant if total ...

  • Ohio v. American Express Co., 062518 FEDSC, 16-1454

    The Amex credit card companies use a two-sided transaction platform to serve cardholders and merchants. Unlike traditional markets, two-sided platforms exhibit “indirect network effects,” because the value of the platform to one group depends on how many members of another group participate. Two-sided platforms must take these effects into account before making a change in price on either side,...

    ... is, a fortiori, proof of market power. Without such power, the restraints could not ... academic article which devotes one sentence to the question,. saying that "a two-sided market [is] different ...

  • 378 U.S. 1 (1964), 110, Malloy v. Hogan

    ... guilty to the crime of pool selling, a misdemeanor, and was sentenced to one year in jail and fined $500. The sentence was ordered to be ...Washington, supra, it follows a fortiori that it also forbids the States to resort to imprisonment, as here, to ...

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  • 528 U.S. 225 (2000), 99-5746, Weeks v. Angelone

    ... they must decide whether to issue the death penalty or a life sentence. The judge responded by directing them to a paragraph in their ...§ 2254(d). For the foregoing reasons, it follows a fortiori that the adjudication of the State Supreme Court's affirmance of Weeks' ...

  • 508 U.S. 129 (1993), 91-8199, Deal v. United States

    ... provided for the crime of violence) and requires a 2-year sentence "[i]n the case of [a] second or subsequent [113 S.Ct. 1995] conviction ... See supra at 138-139. A fortiori, . use of the word "conviction," rather than wording describing the ...

  • New York State Citizens' Coalition for Children v. Poole, 041919 FED2, 14-2919-cv

    ... fortiori, they could not do so pursuant to a § 1983. theory." Dissent at 33. ... the items described in the preceding sentence. . . Id. § 675(4)(A). States are eligible for. ...

  • 548 U.S. 163 (2006), 04-1170, Kansas v. Marsh

    ... convicted respondent Marsh of, inter alia, capital murder and sentenced him to death. Marsh claimed on direct appeal that Kan. Stat. Ann. ... . outweigh aggravating circumstances. A fortiori, Kansas' death penalty statute, consistent with the Constitution, may ...

  • Research.

    ..., psychological misorientation brought on by mentacide--then a fortiori the entire developmental process of psycho-cultural transformation taken ...

  • "Measuring" the erosion of academic freedom as an international human right: a report on the legal protection of academic freedom in Europe.

    ... on the nature and scope of the right to education in the first sentence of Article 2, in particular the nature of state obligations). The European ...An even narrower margin of appreciation applies a fortiori to higher education, where institutional autonomy plays a pivotal role, ...

  • 501 U.S. 957 (1991), 89-7272, Harmelin v. Michigan

    ... Michigan law of possessing more than 650 grams of cocaine and sentenced to a mandatory term of life in prison without possibility of parole. The ... that other States punish with the mildest of sanctions follows a fortiori from the undoubted [111 S.Ct. 2699] fact that a State may criminalize an ...

  • __ U.S. __ (2016), 15-5040, Williams v. Pennsylvania

    Williams was convicted of a 1984 murder and sentenced to death. Philadelphia District Attorney Castille approved a request to seek the death penalty. Williams’s conviction and sentence were upheld on direct appeal, state post-conviction review, and federal habeas review. In 2012, Williams filed a successive petition under Pennsylvania’s Post-Conviction Relief Act (PCRA), arguing that the...

    ... convicted of the 1984 murder of Amos Norwood and sentenced to. death. During the trial, the then-district attorney of. ...1919] interested in it." Id., at. 585-586. A fortiori, the Texas court held, a judge. was not " interested" in a [195 ...

  • 897 F.3d 199 (4th Cir. 2018), 17-4037, United States v. Gibbs

    ... sentence of 24-months’ imprisonment. Gibbs contends that the. sentence was ... for original sentencing articulated in Rita and,. a fortiori, satisfies the more relaxed standard for. revocation sentencing. As ...

  • 449 U.S. 117 (1980), 79-567, United States v. DiFrancesco

    ...427] States the right, under specified conditions, to appeal the sentence imposed upon a "dangerous special offender." Respondent was convicted of ... See United States v. Scott, 437 U.S. at 98-99. A fortiori, the Double Jeopardy Clause does not bar a Government appeal from a ...

  • 566 U.S. 134 (2012), 10-444, Missouri v. Frye

    ... with a guilty plea, a 90-day sentence. Counsel did not convey. the offers to Frye, and they expired. Less ... for my dissent are concerned, this is an a fortiori. case. I will not repeat here the constitutional points that I. ...

  • 897 F.3d 645 (5th Cir. 2018), 17-40661, United States v. Halverson

    ...He appeals only. his sentence. He assigns four errors in his sentence. We find. no reversible ... of First Amendment rights," id., then, a. fortiori, preventing him from accessing the internet. entirely also violates ...

  • 506 U.S. 364 (1993), 91-1393, Lockhart v. Fretwell

    ... jury convicted respondent Fretwell of capital felony murder and sentenced him to death, finding, inter alia, the aggravating factor that the ...at 696. A fortiori, a showing of outcome-determination as strong as that made here is enough ...

  • Thuraissigiam v. U.S. Department of Homeland Security, 030719 FED9, 18-55313

    ...Moreover, Thuraissigiam's petition is. barred by the first sentence in § 1252(e)(5), not the. second sentence. Because he asks the ... a fortiori precluded review of "the erroneous. application or interpretation of ...

  • 369 U.S. 186 (1962), 6, Baker v. Carr

    ...- laws enacted, taxes collected, salaries paid, accounts settled, sentences passed -- were of no effect, and that "the officers who carried their ... which impede effective judicial review of apportionment a fortiori make impossible a court's consideration of these imponderables as an ...

  • 515 U.S. 70 (1995), 93-1823, Missouri v. Jenkins

    ...Carver, 260 U.S. 482, 490 (1923). A fortiori, far from lulling respondents into a false sense of security, our ..., at 16, but our very next sentence signaled how weak that limitation was: "In default by the school ...

  • 560 U.S. 605 (2010), 09-367, Dolan v. United States

    ... 30, the District Court held a sentencing hearing and imposed a sentence of imprisonment and supervised release. On August 8, the court entered a ...62. Indeed, our result here follows from Montalvo -Murillo a fortiori, for here delay at worst postpones the day of financial reckoning. In ...

  • 567 U.S. 343 (2012), 11-94, Southern Union Co. v. United States

    ...But. the First Circuit affirmed the sentence because it held that. Apprendi does not apply to criminal fines. ...2348, 147 L.Ed.2d. 435 (emphasis in original). Nor, a fortiori, could. there be an Apprendi violation where no maximum is. ...

  • 562 U.S. 216 (2011), 10-333, Swarthout v. Cooke

    ... of attempted first-degree murder in 1991, and a California court sentenced him to an indeterminate term of seven years to life in prison with the ...863] the result that the evidence required; a fortiori it is no federal concern here whether California's "some evidence" rule of ...

  • 542 U.S. 406 (2004), 02-1603, Beard v. Banks

    ... [*]        After respondent's murder conviction and death sentence were upheld by the Pennsylvania Supreme Court, this Court decided Mills ...It follows a fortiori that reasonable jurists could have concluded that the Lockett line of ...

  • __ U.S. __ (2017), 16-6219, Davila v. Davis

    In petitioner’s state capital murder trial, the court overruled counsel’s objection to a proposed jury and submitted the instruction to the jury, which convicted petitioner. Appellate counsel did not challenge the jury instruction; petitioner’s conviction was affirmed. Petitioner’s state habeas counsel did not raise the instructional issue or challenge appellate counsel’s failure to raise it....

    ... petitioner's conviction and sentence were affirmed. Petitioner's state habeas counsel did not raise the. ...          This. consideration applies a fortiori where the. constitutional claim at issue is ineffective assistance ...