louisiana constitution of 1921
264 U.S. 393 (1924), 421, Louisiana Public Service Commission v. Morgan's Louisiana & Texas Railroad & Steamship Company
... FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF LOUISIANA. Syllabus. 1. Under the Louisiana Constitution of 1921, Art. XIV, 22, the general control of its own streets is an ordinary governmental function of the City of New Orleans. P. 399. ...
272 U.S. 52 (1926), 2, Myers v. United States
... 3. The President is empowered by the Constitution to remove any executive officer appointed by him by and with the advice .... The organization Acts for the territories of Louisiana (1804), Iowa (1838), Minnesota (1849), New Mexico (1850), Utah (1850), ...
- § 17. Provisions of Constitution of 1921 Repealed
505 U.S. 833 (1992), Planned Parenthood of Southeastern Pennsylvania v. Casey
... 1. Consideration of the fundamental constitutional question resolved by Roe v. Wade , 410 U.S. 113, principles of ... See, e.g., Duncan v. Louisiana , 391 U.S. 145, 147-148 (1968). It is tempting, as a means of curbing the ...
- § 21. References to 1921 Constitution
403 U.S. 443 (1971), 323, Coolidge v. New Hampshire
...10, 14. Pp. 449-453. 2. The basic constitutional rule is that. searches conducted outside the judicial process, without .... . .'" . Vale v. Louisiana , 399 U.S. 30, 33, quoting from Shipley v. California , 395 U.S. 818, ...
- La. R.S. § 17:3124 - Transitional provisions
- La. R.S. § 34:2477 - Transitional
- La. R.S. § 34:30 - Transitional
- La. R.S. § 34:47 - Transitional
- La. R.S. § 34:3165 - Transitional
- La. R.S. § 33:2804 - School and special taxes excepted
504 U.S. 298 (1992), 91-194, Quill Corp. v. North Dakota by and Through Heitkamp
... are not identical, and are animated by different constitutional concerns and policies. Due process concerns the fundamental fairness of ... significant economic presence in Louisiana, its many connections with the State, and the direct benefits it receives ...
- Better Safe than Sorry: How Strong Voter Identification Laws Can Protect Louisianans Against the Double-Sided Coin of Voter Disenfranchisement
'Goodbye God, I'm going to Texas': the migration of Louisiana Creoles of Colour and the preservation of Black Catholic and Creole traditions in southeast Texas.
.... 2. The Louisiana State Constitution of 1921 forbade the use of any language other than English in the public school system. Parochial schools also adhered to this policy since most of ...
The Kelo Effect: Eminent Domain and Property Rights in Louisiana
I. Introduction. II. Background: Kelo vs. New London and Historical Analysis. A. Kelo Facts. B.Kelo Decision. C. History and Development of Eminent Domain. 1. U.S. Law Generally. 2. Louisiana Particularly. III. Analysis. A. Louisiana's Constitution -The Current Provision. B. A Louisiana Court's Approach: City of Shreveport v. Chanse Gas Corporation. IV. Proposed Solutions. A. The Future of...
. At the time of this publication, the Louisiana Legislature has proposed an amendment to the Louisiana Constitution, Article I, Section 4(B). The proposal awaits a vote of the citizens. See S.B. 1, 2006 Leg. Reg. Sess. (La.). . The author wishes to thank ...
751 F.2d 789 (5th Cir. 1985), 84-3273, Self v. Blackburn
... v. Frank BLACKBURN, Warden, Louisiana State Penitentiary and. William J. Guste, Jr., Attorney General, State ... I. Both the Louisiana Constitution of 1921 (in force at the time of Self's guilty plea hearing) and the state ...
410 F.2d 715 (5th Cir. 1969), 26493, Shell Oil Co. v. Mouton
...v. Ashton J. MOUTON, Collector of Revenue, State of Louisiana, Defendant-Appellant. Ashton J. MOUTON, Collector of Revenue, State of ... the recovery of taxes paid under protest, that the Louisiana Constitution of 1921 and Article III, Section 35, and Article X, Section 18 thereof, ...
- La. R.S. § 17:1834 - Transitional provisions
- La. R.S. § 17:1854 - Transitional provisions
- La. R.S. § 13:5741 - Payment of tax proceeds directly to coroner's office; compensation of coroner and helpers
506 F.2d 841 (5th Cir. 1975), 74-1615, Fruge's Heirs v. Blood Services
... the United States District Court for the Western District of Louisiana. Before TUTTLE, RONEY and GEE, Circuit Judges. ... and strict liability, that if it does it violates the state constitution, and that Article 2315 of the Code supports an action based on breach of ...
- La. R.S. § 39:1423 - Application of provisions
469 U.S. 325 (1985), 83-712, New Jersey v. T.L.O.
... this Court establish that "if an official search violates constitutional rights, the evidence is not admissible in criminal proceedings." Id. at ...Taylor , 461 U.S. 571 (1983) (per curiam), with Thompson v. Louisiana, ante p. 17 (per curiam); Welsh v. Wisconsin , 466 U.S. 740 (1984); ...
374 U.S. 23 (1963), 53, Ker v. California
... sanction of exclusion and by the application of the same constitutional standard prohibiting "unreasonable searches and seizures," as defined in ...Arizona , 356 U.S. 390, 393 (1958); Pierre v. Louisiana , 306 U.S. 354, 358 (1939). While this Court does not sit as in nisi ...