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  • Introduction to the Unified Agenda of Federal Regulatory and Deregulatory Actions

    ..., and waters adjacent to the coasts of Georgia and Florida. In 2008, we listed North Atlantic ... Requirements for Filing Motions and Administrative Appeals. USCIS will propose to ... conflicts of interest; require random sample testing and reviews and account for other factors ... (3) Suppress commercial bribery, consumer deception, and other ...

  • E-discovery practice, theory, and precedent: finding the right pond, lure, and lines without going on a fishing expedition.

    ... and, upon the requesting party's motion to compel production, the producing party must ... destruction "with a desire to suppress the truth." (351) And, while the United States ... representative to inspect, copy, test, or sample the following items in the responding party's ...; Kevin Bradberry, Electronic Discovery in Georgia: Bringing the State Out of the Typewriter Age, 26 ...

  • 30 F.3d 1144 (9th Cir. 1994), 92-10619, United States v. Chischilly

    ... that Chischilly consented to give a blood sample despite his prior request for an attorney; (4) ... on August 20, 1991, the district court suppressed this statement as having been obtained in ... The district court denied Chischilly's motion to suppress this evidence at a pretrial hearing ...See Georgia Sargeant, DNA Evidence Finding Stricter Scrutiny, ...

  • 403 U.S. 443 (1971), 323, Coolidge v. New Hampshire

    ...Following the overruling of pretrial motions to suppress that evidence, petitioner was ...498; Stanley v. Georgia , 394 U.S. 557, 571 (STEWART, J., concurring in ...25, supra, are only a sample, make it clear beyond doubt that the mere fact ...

  • The unlikely meeting between Dzhokhar Tsarnaev and Benjamin Quarles.

    ...]; Government's Opposition to Defendant's Motion to Suppress Statements at 6-7, United States v. ... though by no means exhaustive sample includes the following cases: . 1984. See United ...Ga. Dec. 8, 2014). See Ryan J. Reilly, Georgia Men Used Facebook to Plot Anti-Government Militia ...

  • What every judge should know about the appearance of impartiality.

    ... him or herself, prior to or pursuant to a motion to recuse: 1) when he or she doubts his or her ... questioned when she presides over a suppression hearing and may be a witness at that hearing? The ... within the past five years provide a sample of courts decisions in appearance of impartiality ...States such as Colorado, Georgia, Indiana, New Jersey, Oregon, and West Virginia ...

  • ANTI-LIBEL INJUNCTIONS.

    ... ON ANTI-LIBEL INJUNCTIONS 137 APPENDIX B: SAMPLE CATCHALL INJUNCTIONS 147 APPENDIX C: SAMPLE ... preliminary injunction lets speech be suppressed based on just a ... had changed, (132) but any such motion, like all legal proceedings, will necessarily be ...(294) . * Georgia (Supreme Court holding, but limited to statements ...

  • Asymmetry as fairness: reversing a peremptory trend.

    ...(296) Thus, for example, the Georgia Governor's Office heralded the state's move to ... verdict, because it is more likely to suppress racial bias in deliberations and to challenge ... judge must recuse or transfer the recusal motion to another judge); thirty-one states do not allow ... would be found in a random population sample."). . (174.) See Nancy Gertner, Is the Jury Worth ...

  • 466 U.S. 109 (1984), 82-1167, United States v. Jacobsen

    ... substance with intent to distribute, their motion to suppress the evidence on the ground that the ... the bags out of the tube, and extracted a sample of the powder." 683 F.2d 296, 297 (CA8 1982). At ...692, 696 (1981); Reid v. Georgia , 448 U.S. 438, 440, n. (1980) (per curiam); ...

  • 48 U.S. 283 (1849), Smith v. Turner

    ... as the twenty years ran out, Congress suppressed the traffic, which indicates clearly the ...Georgia have established their own systems, but they have ... to have nothing to do with it.'  And the motion was carried, 'that no State shall lay any duty on ..., it may be properly adverted to as a fair sample of the pretension advanced in this case, and of ...

  • IP, R.I.P.

    ... opposition to defendant's summary judgment motion, the plaintiff submitted affidavits by Wolfe's ... rights, which are descendible in Georgia. (147) At trial, Maureen testified that she ...IP owners often seek to suppress such unflattering uses of an image or likeness, ...'s Heir over Copyright Claims to Flute Sample in 1999 Hip-Hop Classic Big Pimpin', daily Mail ...

  • Implementing the lessons from wrongful convictions: an empirical analysis of eyewitness identification reform strategies.

    ... reform, exhibited for example by the Georgia and Maryland experiences with voluntary policies, ...) The model policy created by LEMIT offers "sample standard operating procedures," including ... compliance with the policies through suppression. And it remains to be seen whether courts will .... (30.) See Gary L. Wells et al., Why Do Motions to Suppress Suggestive Eyewitness Identifications ...

  • Massachusetts Genetic Bill of Rights: chipping away at genetic privacy.

    ... convicted of a felony to submit a DNA sample, which becomes part of a state DNA database. (53) ... Right to Privacy paved the way for the Georgia Supreme Court to be the first court to recognize ... constitutional violations, by suppressing evidence and confessions that are obtained by the ... of Massachusetts denied the defendant's motion to suppress because Article Twelve does not apply ...

  • Time-bars: RICO-criminal and civil-federal and state.

    ...Georgia adopted RICO legislation modeled on Florida RICO. ... speedy settlements of accounts, and to suppress those prejudices which may rise up at a distance ... the issue of "common purpose" on a motion to dismiss, for example, depends on how the ... generalizations from unrepresentative samples or samples that lack a statistically sufficient ...

  • The Black Box

    Introduction I. Reasons That Reveal the Internal Regulation of Prosecutors A. Reasons of Procedure: Executive Exclusion B. Reasons of Substance: The Criminal Law C. Reasons of Proof: Victims and Prior Relationships D. Reasons of Policy: Resource Limits E. Summary: The Legal Founda tions of Reasoned Discretion II. Race and Unstated Reasons A. Whence Criminal Justice Bias ? B. Whither Criminal...

    ... of William and Mary, The University of Georgia School of Law, and Washington University School ... defense lawyer down the road would file a motion to exclude key evidence, that the judge could ... charges after judges granted motions to suppress evidence due to improper searches or seizures. 29 ...88 . This sample of cases illustrates, we think, how timidly the ...

  • 921 F.3d 224 (D.C. Cir. 2019), 18-1279, In re Al-Nashiri

    ... Cir. Nov. 24, 2010) (granting motion for voluntary dismissal. of mandamus ...He also included as a writing sample. an order he issued in Al-Nashiri’s case. ... defense motion to suppress. See Commission Tr. 10086-10153 (Nov. 3, ... Georgia, 428 U.S. 153, 187, 96 S.Ct. 2909, 49 L.Ed.2d. ...

  • 753 F.2d 877 (11th Cir. 1985), 84-8176, McCleskey v. Kemp

    ... Court for the Northern District of Georgia.         Before GODBOLD, Chief Judge, ...  The district court granted petitioner's motion for an evidentiary hearing on his claim of ... (CSS), consisted of a random stratified sample of all persons indicted for murder from 1973 ... already being considered and distort or suppress their influence. The most accurate models strike ...

  • 936 F.3d 944 (9th Cir. 2019), 14-99005, Clark v. Chappell

    ...Mayland to testify at the pre-trial suppression hearing;. (4) ineffective assistance of ... Clark to the hospital to obtain a sample. of Clark’s blood. During the drive, Clark ... County, the state court granted Clark’s motion to change. venue to Santa Clara County for ... of Wood v. Georgia, 450 U.S. 261, 101 S.Ct. 1097, 67. L.Ed.2d ...

  • Race, place, and power.

    ...The natural experiment set into motion by Gingles could be exploited in additional ways. .... (18.) See infra Part III.A. . (19.) Georgia v. Ashcroft, 539 U.S. 461,490-91 (2003). . (20.) ... of residence, I imputed the state using a sample of roughly 1.5 million respondents from the 1970 ... districts with at-large voting systems suppress minority representation. See supra note 102 and ...

  • The Trade Secret-Contract Interface

    Contracts play a dual—and dueling—role in trade secret law. On the one hand, non-disclosure contracts serve an important evidentiary role, helping owners prove key elements of a trade secret claim (e.g., reasonable secrecy efforts). Because of this evidentiary role, trade secret owners routinely use confidentiality contracts when sharing information with employees, business collaborators, and...

  • 809 F.2d 702 (11th Cir. 1987), 82-8683, Moore v. Kemp

    ... v. . Ralph KEMP, Warden, Georgia Diagnostic and Classification . Center, ...The court denied the motion. Petitioner claims that this denial deprived him ... found in the body of the victim and on samples of Green's blood and saliva. According to the ... further time to prepare a motion to suppress evidence the State had obtained during the search ...

  • 779 F.3d 1212 (11th Cir. 2015), 14-11857, Everett v. Sec'y, Fla. Dep't of Corr.

    Florida inmate Paul Everett petitioned for habeas relief after he was convicted of first-degree murder, for which he received the death penalty. The district court denied his petition, but granted a certificate of appealability (COA) as to one issue: whether a law enforcement officer's request for a consent to search from, or service of an arrest warrant on, a defendant in custody who invoked his

    ... .          Upon Everett's motion, this Court expanded the COA to include an ...Samples--November 19 , 2001 . . ... .           H. Motion to Suppress . .          Prior to trial, defense ... between Fort Payne, Alabama and Sylvania, Georgia. Everett attended church " for awhile" in the ...

  • 834 F.3d 263 (3rd Cir. 2016), 13-9003, Dennis v. Secretary, Pennsylvania Department of Corrections

    After a jury trial, Defendant was found guilty of first-degree murder. The jury sentenced Defendant to death. The Pennsylvania Supreme Court affirmed the convictions on appeal, rejecting Defendant’s claims that the prosecution violated Brady v. Maryland. The Supreme Court denied Defendant’s application for postconviction relief. Defendant then filed an application under 28 U.S.C. 2254. The...

    ... pieces of evidence suppressed by the Commonwealth. The. suppressed Brady ... processes, such as the analysis of DNA samples. In. one experiment, researchers gave ... scene— a gang rape committed in Georgia. [69] All seventeen analysts. worked at ... files a pretrial motion to exclude eyewitness identification. ...

  • 311 F.3d 1288 (11th Cir. 2002), 01-10215, Crawford v. Head

    ... v. . Frederick HEAD, Warden, Georgia Diagnostic Prison, Respondent-Appellee. . No. ... 2000, the district court denied Crawford's motion to alter and amend the judgment. ... he tested known head, pubic and arm hair samples taken from Crawford, as well as hair samples from ... court concludes that the State did not suppress evidence favorable to the petitioner. . . Also ...

  • Female judges matter: gender and collegial decisionmaking in the federal appellate courts.

    ... of female judges, possibly resulting in sample sizes that were too small to register ... September 1981 and counting settlements, motions decisions, bench trials, discovery events, and ... appointee from Massachusetts and one from Georgia. Giles, Hettinger, and Peppers found a very ... verdict, because it is more likely to suppress racial bias in deliberations and to challenge ...