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  • Enjoining the constitution: the use of public nuisance abatement injunctions against urban street gangs.

    ... are falling to levels not seen since the 1960s,(2) America continues to be preoccupied with ... has completed its research, it files a civil suit requesting the court to declare the gang a public ... the fact that almost one-half of all young black men in Los Angeles are listed in the county's ...-sponsored civil rights boycott of local white-owned businesses.(123) Although the boycott was ... Supreme Court held that in civil paternity suits prosecuted by the state, an indigent ...

  • Fourteenth Amendment - equal protection: the Supreme Court's prohibition of gender-based peremptory challenges.

    ... proxy for juror competence and impartiality."(2) Determining that peremptory challenges exercised ... and the court to determine the suitability of prospective jurors to serve on the jury during ... of an African-American man tried by an all-white jury and declared unconstitutional a West ... law in the States shall be the same for the black as for the white; that all persons, whether ...On 21 October 1991, a civil paternity suit filed by the State of Alabama on behalf of ...

  • Permeation of race, national origin and gender issues from initial law enforcement contact through sentencing: the need for sensitivity, equalitarianism and vigilance in the criminal justice system.

    ... or Hispanic youth into custody and tells a white youth in an identical situation to "get lost" and ... officers set up "observation posts" in black neighborhoods or in Hispanic neighborhoods, but ... required by the Fourth Amendment for an arrest?(2) To what extent are police experience and special ... enough to bring a civil rights civil law suit for money damages.(6) . The case of People v. ... to eliminate men from the jury in a paternity action did not violate the Batson principle, ...

  • Legislative constitutionalism and Section Five power: policentric interpretation of the Family and Medical Leave Act.

    ...The Comprehensive Child Development Act 2. The Pregnancy Discrimination Amendment' 3. The ... to the party injured in an action at law, suit in equity, or other proper proceeding for ... about twice as frequently as they did paternity leave policies. (116) Given the heavy burden of ..., 240, 248-249 (1970) (opinion of Brennan, White, and Marshall, JJ.); Katzenbach v. Morgan, 384 ... constitutional violations that compelled "black children .. to endure a segregated and inferior ...

  • Just say no! A proposal to eliminate racially discriminatory uses of peremptory challenges.

    ... blind to wealth or poverty, high or low, white or black, but a mask of iron, however thick could ... rights, that we hold as fundamental today."(2) . Justice Marshall's most profound criticism of ... Judicial Court of Massachusetts followed suit in Commonwealth v. Soares.(21) . Writing for the ... believe that women jurors would view a paternity case any differently from men. While this ...

  • St. George Tucker and the Second Amendment: original understandings and modern misunderstandings.

    ...(2) This claim rests on a serious misreading of ... Era, and his magisterial study of Blackstone's Commentaries was an influential work of ..., may have Arms for their Defence suitable to their Conditions, and as allowed by Law." ...EDWARD WHITE, 3-4 HISTORY OF THE SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED ... and the Bill of Rights: A Reluctant Paternity, 1990 SUP. CT. REV. 301. . (69.) Rakove, supra ...

  • Missed Opportunities: Louisiana s Version of the Rules of Professional Conduct

    I. Introduction II. How We Got To This Point A. Emergence of The Model Rules of Professional Conduct 1. The Model Rules Contrasted With Earlier ABA Codes of Ethics a. The Canons of Professional Ethics b. The Model Code of Professional Responsibility c. The Model Rules of Professional Conduct B. The Emergence of Louisiana's Rules of Professional Conduct 1. The Task Force And Its Charge 2. The...

    ...2 An American Bar Association commission, called ...While it adopted most of the ABA's black-letter rules, 11 it did not adopt some ...White, Machiavelli and the Bar: Ethical Limitations on ... affair, and that she had concealed the paternity of the children from him for three years, stated ... by counsel, immediately before filing suit. See 2 Hazard & Hodes, supra 148, at § 4.2:105. ...

  • A presumption of innocence, not of even odds.

    ... for probability theory in evidentiary analysis.(2) Occasionally, I have longed for ...Now the victim has brought a civil suit against the defendant, who is white. Despite .... (11.) See Max Black, Probability, in 6 ENCYCLOPEDIA OF PHILOSOPHY ... an Ultimate Issue: The Strange Case of Paternity Testing, 75 IOWA L. REV. 75, 94 n.94 (1989) ...

  • "Who can be added": the effects of refugee status determination and third country resettlement processes on the marriage strategies, rites, and customs of the southern Sudanese in Cairo.

    ... certification and difficulty in finding suitable partners in the West. In some instances, marriage ... Four Freedoms reciprocal agreement signed in 2004 ostensibly granting Sudanese and Egyptian ... officers involved as "Operation Track Down Blacks." Most of those arrested were under the ... their sights on marrying the Kawaga [white man] or other Africans who are more established ... objective of establishing the legal paternity of the future children. The dowry must always be ...

  • Criminal law and women: giving the abused woman who kills a jury of her peers who appreciate trifles.

    ...C. The Right to Vote: A Black/White Split . D. The Supreme Court's Early ...1. The Law Reviews . 2. The State Courts . IV. Facts: The Reality of ... far worse than emotional harm and a more suitable subject for legal redress. Yet, the men who ...was a paternity case where both sides played the gender ...

  • Guns, words, and constitutional interpretation.

    ... rest to wake up and stop stealing our rights.(2) . Thompson's statement represents the ... Ku Klux Man killed more than one hundred blacks.(81) In part, indictments charged the defendants ... may have Arms for their Defence suitable to their Conditions, and as allowed by Law."(251) ... property."(262) Virtually all adult free white males in the colonies were required to be in the ... and the Bill of Rights: A Reluctant Paternity, 1990 Sup. CT. Rev. 301, 301-02. . (206.) See ...

  • Is suspension a political question?

    ... for "control[ling] all things constitutional," (2) three members of the Court recently suggested ...In his "American's Blackstone," St. George Tucker observed that the writ may be ... and the Bill of Rights: A Reluctant Paternity, 1990 SUP. CT. REV. 301, 331-33 (observing ...See Nixon, 506 U.S. at 229-32; id. at 239 (White, J., concurring in the judgment) (asserting that ... should be able to bring an officer suit based on a due process claim for judicial review ...

  • Disparate impact on death row: M.L.B. and the indigent's right to counsel at capital state postconviction proceedings.

    ...Illinois.(2) Griffin, relying on the Equal Protection and Due ... on account of their poverty."(29) Justice Black, writing on behalf of four members of the Court, ... not by Davis but by a vote-dilution case, White v. Register,(101) which was decided three years ...This class action suit was prompted by Giarratano's efforts to find a ... indigent civil litigants embroiled in paternity suits, custody fights, divorce decrees, zoning ...

  • U.S. v Jackson, 060999 Fed2d,97-1711

    ... FOR THE SECOND CIRCUIT . (Argued: June 22", 1998) . (Decided: June 09, 1999) .       \xC2"... Attorney, New York, New York (Mary Jo White, United States Attorney for the Southern District ...'s company, which operated out of his hotel suite, was attempting to produce a children's ... (falsely) that Cosby admitted his paternity. Medina faxed Doherty a copy of Bloom's December ... committing a crime by attempting to "blackmail" Cosby:.           Autumn for some ...

  • Money matters: judicial market interventions creating subsidies and awarding fees and costs in individual and aggregate litigation.

    ... members of "plaintiffs' steering committees."(2) Further, in the small but growing case law on ... any rule affords to one side of a civil suit will over time be felt by all, thereby providing ... testing when states sought to impose paternity obligations on putative fathers.(37) And, more ... statutory schemes, such as those involving Black Lung, Social Security, and Veterans' ...Lawyers at "white shoe" law firms (themselves undergoing ...

  • No Constitutional Right to Be Ladies: Women and the Obligations of Citizenship.

    ...1998. Pp. xxiv, 405. $25. . I remember the impotence I felt on the eve of ... single women versus married women, and white women versus women of color. . Beyond the ...Furthermore, black women searching for formerly enslaved husbands ... the manikin of the body politic on which the suit of rights and obligations was fitted was ... qualification given the uncertainty of paternity as compared to maternity. P. 43. . (7.) P. 134. ...

  • Thirty-second selected bibliography on computers, technology and the law.

    ... 1.1.0 General 1.1.1 Online Legal Research 1.1.2 Legal Research Using CD-ROM 1.2 Law Office ... Opportunity to Amend EPTL to Permit Paternity Testing, N.Y. ST. B.J., July/August 1999, at 34. ...L. REV. 831 (1998). Christian R. White, Comment, Decrypting the Politics: Why the ... be Confined to Speech that Would be Suitable for a Sandbox, 29 SETON HALL L. REV. 286 (1998). ...REV. 1 (1997). Mark A. Haynes, Commentary: Black Holes of Innovation in the Software Arts, 14 ...

  • Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Reconciliation Act of 1996; implementation: Child care and development fund,

    . [Federal Register: July 24, 1998 (Volume 63, Number 142)]. [Rules and ... child care programs and policies that best suit the needs of children and parents within such ... information to parents about paternity establishment and child support enforcement. We ... arrangements.'' One of them observed that black children would be disproportionately under-served ...5. White. On the second question, respondents will be ...

  • Presuppositions of Evidence Law

    I. Introduction II. The Atomic Theory Of Evidence A. Itemizing Testimony B. Splitting The Atom: Inferences C. The Transaction In Question D. An Opposite Reaction: Generalizations III. Myths Of Presence: Vouching For Nontestimonial Evidence A. The Testifying Escort B. Rationalizations C. History Speaks IV. Ambivalence And Trial Structure A. Reason And Emotion 1. Bad Emotion 2. Good Emotion B....

    ... to do but not what she had already done, 2 and in which those considering whether someone ... of each of these classes were either black or white, admissible or inadmissible. The largest ..., that the plaintiff in a personal-injury suit against a tire company submits to the court a ... been presented to juries to establish paternity, but it is not yet clear that this can be done in ...

  • The importance of due process protections after welfare reform: client stories from New York City.

    ... the consequence on impoverished City residents (2) that any diminution of due process protections ... widespread political unrest among the black poor"). . (27) See, e.g., DAVIS, supra note 22, ...White, No Exit: Rethinking "Welfare Dependency" from a ... percent for failing to comply with the paternity establishment and child support enforcement ... of wrongdoing to be used in a class action suit against the Job Centers); Bers, supra note 105, ...

  • Lawyer: A Life of Counsel and Controversy.

    ... to acquire specialized professional skills."(2) Others identified greed as the culprit.(3) Still ...Texaco, until recently the largest civil suit of all time.(27) Liman handled criminal matters ... aggressively against drug dealers and white-collar criminals.(116) State and local ...See STEPHEN P. MAGEE ET AL., BLACK HOLE TARIFFS AND ENDOGENOUS POLICY THEORY 111-121 ... a noncustodial parent, establishing paternity, establishing and enforcing child support orders, ...

  • Joyce L. Kennard: an independent streak on California's highest court.

    ...(2) Justice Kennard and her mother were eventually ... conditions for a wrongful termination suit based on a violation of public policy to proceed. ...(1) "Lawyers and painters can soon change white to black." (2) "If there were no bad people there ... be conferred include acknowledgement of paternity, emotional and financial support of the mother ...

  • Disaggregating gender from sex and sexual orientation: the effeminate man in the law and feminist jurisprudence.

    Contents . I. INTRODUCTION 2 II. ON TERMINOLOGY: GENDER IS FOR ADJECTIVES, . ... as either men or women in gray flannel suits--unless and until it is made safe for men in ... challenge of all males from a jury in a paternity suit, "does not involve peremptory strikes .... In the first, Bennie Smith, a Black male,(166) applied for a job as a mail room ...men to adopt the standard white dress which is the traditional nurse's . uniform. ...

  • Religion-based peremptory challenges after Batson v. Kentucky and J.E.B. v. Alabama: an equal protection and First Amendment analysis.

    ... trial, the prosecutor notices that a black venire person is wearing a cross. Without asking ... uses one of her peremptory challenges(2) to remove this venire person from the jury ... an impartial and qualified jury, Negro and white, Protestant and Catholic, are alike subject to ...1419,1425 (1994). L.E.B. dealt with a paternity suit by the State of Alabama on the behalf of a ...

  • The fate of childhood: legal models of children and the parent-child relationship.

    ... their own relationships, from beginning to end.(2) Within a decade, the legal structures that had ...Barbara Whitehead describes this process in The Divorce Culture. ... follow inexorably from the very fact of paternity -- from the status of pater -- by the beginning ...'s superintendent found the child "suitable for treatment,'"(278) the child could be ...Servs., 452 U.S. 18, 38-39 (1981) Blackmun, J., dissenting) (stating "the Court has accorded ...