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Supreme Court Heard Oral Arguments in HIV-Positive Pilot’s Privacy Case
Supreme Court Heard Oral Arguments in HIV-Positive Pilot’s Privacy Case

According to reports by CNN and NPR the U.S. Supreme Court heard arguments Wednesday in a case concerning the federal government and an individual’s right to privacy. Here are the transcripts of the Oral Arguments . Specifically, the case before the High Court concerns ...

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Blog posts in November, 2011

  • Supreme Court to Decide if Drug Reps Deserve Overtime

    A recent article in The Wall Street Journal discussed the Supreme Court’s decision to hear a case regarding whether pharmaceutical sales ...

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  • Tennessee Supreme Court launches new website--JusticeForAllTN.com

    The Tennessee Supreme Court launched a new website this week to provide the public with resources to help navigate the court system. The new site, ...

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  • TN Court of Appeals Affirms Hamilton County Trial Court's Denial of Motion to Suppress

    State of Tennessee v. Kenneth D. Gann On November 22nd, the TN Court of Criminal Appeals affirmed the trial court's decision to deny a motion to ...

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  • Georgia's Requirement of Proof of Mental Retardation Beyond a Reasonable Doubt Constitutional

    On November 22, 2011 the Eleventh Circuit held that Georgia’s requirement that criminal defendants prove their mental retardation beyond a reasonable ...

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  • Supreme Court Must Answer “The Broccoli Question”

    With the recent decision by the Supreme Court to hear the challenge brought by states against President Obama’s national healthcare plan, the justices ...

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  • Health Care Battle Brings Calls for Recusal

    According to a recent report from United Press International , The U.S. Supreme Court, with it’s 5-4 conservative majority, may be poised to make ...

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  • U.S. Supreme Court to Examine Potential Prosecutorial Misconduct

    The United States Supreme Court heard a case recently dealing with the appeal of a death-row inmate from Louisiana. The Defendant, Juan Smith, argued ...

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  • Analysis of the Impact of Amendment to the Statutory Penalties for Crack Cocaine

    The memorandum linked below estimates the impact on crack cocaine offenders currently incarcerated in the federal prison system of the Fair Sentencing ...

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  • TN Attorney General Opinion Nov. 15, 2011

    The following opinion and link to analysis below discusses administrative rules and the Tennessee Department of State. A question that only a law ...

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