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  • 481 U.S. 279 (1987), 84-6811, McCleskey v. Kemp

    ..., a black man, was convicted in a Georgia trial court of armed robbery and murder, arising ...Pursuant to Georgia statutes, the jury at the penalty hearing considered the ... his data to an extensive analysis, taking account of 230 variables that could have ..., we have established substantive limitations on its application. In Coker v. Georgia , 433 ... indictment `or other legal accusation for theft or of any felony'"); Turner v. Fouche, supra, ...

  • 883 F.3d 517 (5th Cir. 2018), 14-11317, United States v. Herrold

    ... statute’s effort to draw on criminal conduct bearing. ... a felony, theft, or an assault; or. . . (2) ... Statutes taking this form pose a preliminary question—. ... the practical limitations and real-world applications of. Texas’s ... part because Georgia burglary statute extends to ". vehicle[s] ...

  • 463 U.S. 277 (1983), 82-492, Solem v. Helm

    ... of parole under South Dakota's recidivist statute because of his six prior felony ... American Archives 700 (4th series 1837) (Georgia Resolutions, Aug. 10, 1774) ("his Majesty's ... Eighth Amendment imposes "parallel limitations" on bail, fines, and other punishments, Ingraham ... recognized in statutes distinguishing petty theft" from grand theft. See, e.g., S.D. Codified Laws\xC2"... South Dakota defined "larceny" as "the taking of personal property accomplished by fraud or ...

  • __ U.S. __, 15-1204, Jennings v. Rodriguez

    After a 2004 conviction, Rodriguez, a Mexican citizen and a lawful U.S. permanent resident, was detained under 8 U.S.C. 1226 while the government sought his removal. In 2007, Rodriguez sought habeas relief, claiming that he was entitled to a bond hearing to determine whether his continued detention was justified, alleging that 8 U.S.C. 1225(b), 1226(a), and 1226(c) do not authorize “prolonged”...

    ... statute is found to be susceptible of more than one. ... offense and theft of a vehicle, the Government detained him. ... construed to contain implicit limitations on the length of. detention. But neither of ... Court, taking account of "the offence, and of the. ... .          . Georgia Ga. Code Ann. §§17-6-1, 17-6-15 (Supp. 2017). ...

  • 79 U.S. 457 (1871), Legal Tender Cases

    ... Confederate authorities, under certain statutes which they had passed in aid of the rebellion, ... Knox for damages (laid at $15,000) for taking and converting the sheep.  Knox pleaded in bar ... this court in Madison v.Marbury, 'are limitations committed to writing, if these limits may at any ... provided for carrying the mails, punishing theft of letters and mail robberies, and even for ... a certain act of the legislature of Georgia was within the constitutional prohibition against ...

  • 567 U.S. 460 (U.S. 2012), 10-9646, Miller v. Alabama

    ... and heedless risk-taking. Roper, 543 U.S., at 569,. 125 S.Ct. 1183, ... several incidents of car theft), the trial court denied the. motion, and ...2641, 171 L.Ed.2d. 525; Coker v. Georgia, 433 U.S. 584, 97 S.Ct. 2861,. 53 L.Ed.2d ... 944, we held that a statute mandating a death sentence for. ... limitations on the length of juvenile court sanctions). ...

  • 408 U.S. 238 (1972), 69-5003, Furman v. Georgia

    ... history, experience, and the present limitations of human knowledge, we find it quite impossible ..., a result of a three-year sentence for auto theft. He was at large for three days and during that ...        Thus, these discretionary statutes are unconstitutional. . in their operation. ...349, 376 (1910), were apparently taking the same position. One court. expressed the ...

  • The new labor law.

    ...Such a statute could draw on successful elements from regimes ... (458) The boards also have structural limitations. The ability of workers to use wage boards to ....cc/JQ3E-2MSM] ("Labor authorities in Georgia, Pennsylvania, Texas, Colorado, Illinois and New ... America's Cities 50 (2009); Kim Bobo, Wage Theft in America: Why Millions of Working Americans Are .... (223.) See, e.g., Ellen Dannin, Taking Back the Workers' Law: How To Fight the Assault ...

  • Creditors' use of consumer debt criminalization practices and their financial abuse of women.

    ... exploit criminal laws (e.g., bad-check statutes) to falsely accuse consumers of stealing money ... and it has compiled a fifty-state survey of theft-related crimes for the American Rental ..., claiming to work at a law firm in Georgia, (83) told Ms. Jacobi that she had an outstanding ...) See, e.g., Forest Wilder, Fast Cash: How Taking out a Payday Loan Could Land You in Jail, Tex. ... today as a result of the statute of limitations expiring. At 4pm [EJastern [T]ime felony warrants ...

  • 562 U.S. 134 (2011), 09-530, National Aeronautics and Space Administration v. Nelson

    ... dangerous drugs, finding that the statute's "security provisions, " which protected against ... to separate out those drug users who are taking steps to address and overcome their problems. ...Georgia , 394 U.S. 557, 89 S.Ct. 1243, 22 L.Ed.2d 542 ..., placing considerable emphasis on the limitations imposed by NASA's routine-use regulations. Ante, ..., but Evidence of Resulting Identity Theft is Limited; However, the Full Extent Is Unknown ...

  • Strict liability offenses, incarceration, and the cruel and unusual punishments clause.

    ...(143) The statute did not criminalize the purchase, possession, ...A person may know that he is taking a coat with him as he leaves a restaurant, but ... belongs to someone else he is not guilty of theft. See, e.g., PACKER, supra note 7, at 122. ...The limitations included in the concept of culpability are .... (73.) See, e.g., Gregg v. Georgia, 428 U.S. 153, 186 (1976) (lead opinion) ("The ...

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

    ... and various Executive orders and other statutes. Regulatory Flexibility Act. The Regulatory ...By taking steps to find efficiencies and cut costs, USDA ... data entry, and (2) removes limitations on access to information. 2. Health Affairs, ...businesses from theft of their intellectual property. In carrying ... to co-host the Atlanta event with the Georgia Attorney General's Office. At each event, the FTC ...

  • Crowdfunding

    ...Limitations under existing regulations, including purchaser ... Consistent with the statute, we proposed in Rule 100(a) of Regulation ... becoming informed that a transaction is taking place, as well as elicit information from a more ... concerns about privacy,\283\ identity theft and tax fraud.\284\ One commenter expressed ... in Alabama, Connecticut, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, ...

  • Graduating Economic Sanctions According to Ability to Pay

    There is growing recognition that economic sanctions—fines, surcharges, fees, and restitution—are routinely imposed at rates many people have no meaningful ability to pay, which can exacerbate financial instability and lead to the perception that economic sanctions are unfairly punitive to people of limited means. Concerns triggered primarily by highly punitive tactics, including incarceration...

  • 464 U.S. 417 (1984), 81-1687, Sony Corp. of America v. Universal City Studios, Inc.

    ... the scope of rights created by a statute that never contemplated such a calculus of ...Bowers of Georgia, Tany S. Hong of Hawaii, Tyrone C. Fahner of ... it is impossible to do so except by taking part in the final act. It is liable on principles ... create a number of exemptions and limitations on the copyright owner's rights. The most ...Furthermore, "[t]he error in excusing such theft as noncommercial," we are told, "can be seen by ...

  • Law and the Blockchain

    All contracts are necessarily incomplete. The inefficiencies of bargaining over every contingency, coupled with humans' innate bounded rationality, mean that contracts cannot anticipate and address every potential eventuality. One role of law is to fill gaps in incomplete contracts with default rules. Emerging technologies have created new, yet equally incomplete, types of contracts that exist...

  • Codification of international criminal law.

    ...(15) Taking of civilian hostages; . (16) Threat and use of ...(23) Destruction and/or theft of national treasures; . (24) Unlawful acts ... of international criminal law in the statutes of international criminal courts established ...Finland, Georgia, Germany, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, ... security by means of restrictions or limitations on armaments, or on military training, or on ...

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

    ... did not file the case within the six-year statute of limitations period established by the ... passed its RICO legislation, it also passed theft and fencing legislation that contain similar ...Georgia adopted RICO legislation modeled on Florida RICO. ... more generally "outrage" (iniuria) for its taking. For the separate delict of "outrage" or iniuria, ...

  • 217 U.S. 349 (1910), 20, Weems v. United States

    ... in the information in exact words of the statute, but only in ordinary and concise language, so as ... under the spirit of constitutional limitations formed to establish justice. ...         and it is charged that, by taking advantage of his official position, with intent ... affix the same punishment to the crimes of theft, forgery, and the like, which they do to those of ... was no provision in the Constitution of Georgia expressly guaranteeing against cruel and unusual ...

  • The constitutional protection of information in a digital age.

    ...The National Security Exception C. Statutes and Common-Law Remedies D. Recent Developments E. Summary III. FOURTH AMENDMENT LIMITATIONS ON ACCESS TO DATA A. History B. Newer ...) of 2003 is designed to combat identity theft. (101) It allows consumers to get a free credit ... is "interception," which is defined as taking action "to secretly hear, secretly record, or aid ...765, 783 (1978); see Stanley v. Georgia, 394 U.S. 557, 564 (1969) ("It is .. well ...