The issue This case involves a first amendment issue regarding the right of a city to limit expression. The law The first amendment of the U. This prohibition has been applied to the states and their political subdivisions such as cities via the due process clause of the fourteenth amendment.
US — prisoner rights — partial reversal — Krause In a significant prisoner case, a divided Third Circuit panel today ruled in favor of a prisoner whose suit alleged that USP Lewisburg administators retaliated against him for filing inmate grievances by moving him into a cell with another prisoner known for assaulting his cellmates.
The prisoner did not to administratively exhaust that claim with prison officials before filing suit—understandably! The panel split over a second exhaustion issue. The panel majority held that, with the PLRA as with habeas, a claim is exhausted even if it was not properly presented if it was considered anyway and denied at the highest level of review.
On this point, Judge Scirica dissented. Joining Krause was Fuentes and Scirica in part, with Scirica dissenting in part. Township of Riverdale — civil rights — partial affirmance — Krause Several state troopers and local police officers participated in arresting a man for drunk driving.
The officers — Riverdale police officers Travis Roemmele and Christopher Biro, NJ state troopers Jeffrey Heimbach and James Franchino—all denied that they were the one who kicked the man, and—critically—they all denied having seen who did.
On the bright side: Such is the case here. Joining Krause were Jordan and Greenberg. The District Court denied this petition in its entirety, reasoning that it was not adequately supported and that the requested amount was grossly excessive given the nature of the case.
Joining Greenaway were Restrepo and Bibas. The case was decided without oral argument.US v. Glass — criminal — affirmance — Vanaskie. The Third Circuit this afternoon granted the government’s motion to publish an opinion in a case it previously had decided by non-precedential opinion.
Such motions seem to rarely filed except by the government in criminal cases, which I see as unfortunate and a disservice to the court.. Anyhow, the case . How To Do a Legal Analysis of a Fact Situation. URBS/PLSI / GEOG "Politics, Law, and the Urban Environment" Analysis. 1. The issue.
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