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  • 261 F.3d 1075 (11th Cir. 2001), 99-12623, Byrne v Nezhat

    ..., caused severe physical complications, and that it was performed without her informed consent. Mullen's complaint contained seven counts, each proceeding on a tort law theory predicated on the ... health and safety." In Count V, Manov alleged that the above fraudulent misrepresentation "vitiated" her consent; thus, in performing the appendectomy, the doctors committed a battery. 71 . ...

  • US v. Morales, 011003 FED1, 01-1969

    ... motion. Hornbecker acknowledges that he voluntarily signed a consent-to-search form approximately 23 minutes after he was stopped, but argues. that the ensuing search ... consent to the search was vitiated by the fact that Rugen began. violating his Fourth Amendment rights at around 8:02 p.m., when ...

  • 429 F.2d 1006 (9th Cir. 1970), 23485, United States v. Thriftimart, Inc.

    ...1737, 18 L.Ed.2d 943 (1967). The precise issue raised is whether the informal and casual consent to search given by the warehouse managers made it unnecessary to secure a search warrant. ... 5 Appellants contend that the notices of inspection vitiated their consent since the notices indicated that there was no right to refuse entry. The notices ...

  • United States v. Sarmiento-Funes, 062104 FED5, 03-40741

    ... he has sexual intercourse with another person knowing that he does so without that person's consent." MO. Ann. Stat. § 566.040(1) (West 1999). 1 Sarmiento-Funes objected to the enhancement, ...The victim of deception manifests consent-in-fact, though it is legally vitiated. We do not believe that, under Houston , penetration that occurs under such a circumstance ...

  • 843 F.2d 1089 (8th Cir. 1988), 87-1192, United States v. Campbell

    ... is whether Campbell was unlawfully seized in violation of the fourth amendment before he consented to a search of his coat which revealed cocaine in its pocket. The district court, 1 adopting the ... . that they vitiated Campbell's consent. 8 Campbell was approached by only one agent, while another unnoticed by ...

  • 92 F.3d 1186 (6th Cir. 1996), 95-3406, U.S. v. Rijo

    ... detained by police after being stopped for a traffic violation, and that this illegality vitiated the purportedly voluntary nature of the consent he gave police to search the vehicle. We conclude ...

  • 352 F.3d 254 (5th Cir. 2003), 02-31029, American Intern. Specialty Lines Ins. Co. v. Canal Indem. Co.

    ...CIV.CODE ANN. arts. 10, 12).         Article 1949 provides that "[e]rror vitiates consent only when it concerns a cause without which an obligation would not have been incurred and that ...As there was no contract to be vitiated by a vice of consent, this article provocur no recourse to AISLIC against Canal for a payment made ...

  • Consent and Informed Consent - A Note.

    ...Hughes by Laskin CJC who remarked in his judgement: . "I do not understand how it can be said that the consent was vitiated by the failure of disclosure of risks so as to make the surgery or other treatment an unprivileged, unconsented to and intentional invasion of the patient's bodily integrity. I can appreciate the ...

  • 491 F.2d 638 (5th Cir. 1974), 73-1509, United States v. Miller

    ...Count I, the conspiracy charge, was claimed to be vitiated by the failure to enumerate any overt acts which were in themselves unlawful or involved any ... of these records and retaining them for inspection, the IRS agents exceeded the scope of consent granted in the accommodation worked out between defendants and the IRS.          II. ...

  • 410 F.2d 941 (8th Cir. 1969), 19351, Conerly v. Flower

    ...          Appeal is made from an order of the district court vacating a consent judgment on the ground of fraud and reinstating a verdict of a jury in a personal injury case. ...Here the fraud has vitiated the consent and the trial court, under these circumstances, had a right to view the record as if ...

  • 682 F.2d 699 (8th Cir. 1982), 81-2146, United States v. Shigemura

    ... Morley argues that the government agent's entry into her home by ruse or trick vitiates her consent to the entry and makes the subsequent search illegal. We affirm the district court. ... Meat Packing tag and the photographs of meat in her basement because Mokwa's entry by ruse vitiated her consent. She argues that such evidence was the fruit of an illegal, warrantless search and ...

  • 389 U.S. 560 (1968), 37, Massachusetts v. Painten

    ... that the policemen's untruths -- their failure to tell respondent of their plan -- "vitiated" his consent to their entry. I might not agree with, but I could understand, a position that police ...

  • 138 F.2d 891 (2nd Cir. 1943), 24, N.L.R.B. v. Dadourian Export Corp.

    ... the votes necessary to the majority on which the Board relied were procured by means which vitiated the consent of the employees who cast them. We need consider only the second of these objections. ...

  • United States v. Ward, 120110 FED6, 09-3192

    ... his Motion to Suppress the evidence found in his hotel room because he did not voluntarily consent to the room's search. Second, he challenges the district court's denial of his Motion to Suppress ...Consequently, the Defendant's consent to search his room was not vitiated by an illegal stop and seizure. When Officer Birch stopped the Defendant, he was continuing the ...

  • Innovative conservation: An unideo logical interpretation of the constitution.

    ...Passed without the consent of the colonies, the Stamp and Tea acts established a dangerous precedent of arbitrary authority. ... been shown that the other confederacies which could be consulted as precedents have been vitiated by the same erroneous principles [as those debilitating the Articles], and can therefore furnish no ...

  • Rape in the criminal justice system.

    ...eliminating "force" from the definition;(42) and to require that the . woman's consent be affirmatively given in advance of the sexual act.(43) So . far, most of these proposals have not ...See generally . Wharton's, supra note 44, [sections] 283 (consent vitiated in certain instances . of fraud). At common law, consent to intercourse is vitiated if the fraud is ...

  • 596 F.2d 706 (6th Cir. 1979), 78-5064, United States v. Mendenhall

    ... of these cases convinces the majority of this court that in neither case was there valid consent to search within the meaning of United States v. McCaleb, 552 F.2d 717 (6th Cir. 1977). We also ...If consent is given, such consent ought not be vitiated by an appellate court where the District Court has found the consent to be voluntary, in the ...

  • 151 F.3d 1030 (4th Cir. 1998), 97-4541, U.S. v. Gonzalez

    ...About ten minutes later, agents asked Gonzalez and his wife if they would consent to a search of their home. Agents also asked Gonzalez if he owned any of the cars parked in front ...The district court denied the motion, finding that consent was voluntary and was not vitiated by Gonzalez' request for counsel. We review legal conclusions in a district court's suppression ...

  • 992 F.2d 1492 (10th Cir. 1993), 92-6056, Franklin v. United States

    ... of liability, however, the threshold jurisdictional issue whether the government has even consented to a certain type of tort suit, particularly as that issue entails interpretation of the various ...Franklin's incapacity vitiated his informed consent, see Aplt. Addendum Vol. I, tab 2, at 3, is of no avail. Because a claim of ...

  • United States v. Sarmiento-Funes, 062104 FED5, 03-40741

    ... he has sexual intercourse with another person knowing that he does so without that person's consent." MO. Ann. Stat. § 566.040(1) (West 1999). 1 Sarmiento-Funes objected to the enhancement, ...The victim of deception manifests consent-in-fact, though it is legally vitiated. We do not believe that, under Houston , penetration that occurs under such a circumstance ...

  • 374 F.3d 336 (5th Cir. 2004), 03-40741, United States v. Sarmiento-Funes

    ... he has sexual intercourse with another person knowing that he does so without that person's consent." MO. ANN. STAT. § 566.040(1) (West 1999). 1 Sarmiento-Funes objected to the enhancement, ...The victim of deception manifests consent-in-fact, though it is legally vitiated. We do not believe that, under Houston, penetration that occurs under such a circumstance ...

  • 727 F.2d 407 (5th Cir. 1984), 83-1378, United States v. Melendez-Gonzalez

    ...At this point, without requesting consent, Agent Horger and his partner partially sprung the lid of the trunk with a tire tool in order to ... that the defendant voluntarily signed a "consent to search" form and that such consent vitiated the earlier allegedly illegal stop and search. We reverse, finding that neither the stop nor the ...

  • 648 F.2d 660 (9th Cir. 1981), 79-4194, United States v. Bechtel Corp.

    ..., Bechtel Incorporated, and certain of their subsidiaries ("Bechtel") appeal the entry of a consent judgment. The decree was entered in an antitrust action based on Bechtel's alleged participation in ... had violated the stipulation by failing to comply with the APPA; (2) Bechtel's consent was vitiated by the new interpretations the government was applying to the decree; and (3) entry of the decree ...

  • 413 F.2d 1108 (7th Cir. 1969), 17409, United States v. Habig

    ...The examination and photocopying of the corporate records were always pursuant to 'the consent of a corporate officer or representative.'.          After the filing of these ... the issue on which the district court's findings of fact turn, is whether such consent was vitiated when the purpose of the investigation shifted from civil to criminal. Viewed in this light, we are ...

  • 439 F.2d 1042 (5th Cir. 1971), 29811, Bretti v. Wainwright

    ... police officers took Ghelfi outside, and, according to that officer's testimony, Ghelfi consented to a search of his car, also a Cadillac automobile. Under the driver's seat the officer discovered ... did not consent to a search of his apartment; (2) that if he did consent, the consent was vitiated because it was predicated upon an illegal arrest; and (3) that even if the consent was not invalid, ...