Two Plead Not Guilty to Misusing School Funds for Bond Campaign
- San Diego Pair Plead Guilty to Illegally Using Public Funds for Bond Campaign. Saskal, Rich // Bond Buyer;5/3/2006, Vol. 356 Issue 32373, p33
The article reports on the guilty pleas of former president of Southwestern College in San Diego County, California, Serafin Zasueta, and consultant Larry Remer to a federal charge on the illegal use of public funds to finance a bond measure campaign. They were allegedly charged of spending...
- The third lawsuit in October. Haltom, Bill // Tennessee Bar Journal;Sep2004, Vol. 40 Issue 9, p34
Presents the case "Crimson Tide v. Vols" in Tennessee. Basis of the ruling of the court; Claims of the lawsuits; Decision of the court.
- SUPREME COURT REVIEW OF STATE-COURT DETERMINATIONS OF STATE LAW IN CONSTITUTIONAL CASES. Monaghan, Henry Paul // Columbia Law Review;Dec2003, Vol. 103 Issue 8, p1919
The decision in Bush v. Gore and particularly Chief Justice Rehnquist's concurring opinion were widely criticized for their unwarranted intrusion upon the "authoritative" status of the Florida Supreme Court in determining the meaning of Florida election law. This Article rejects the merits of...
- HUMAN RIGHTS IN THE BALANCE -- HATTON AND MARCIC. Layard, Antonia // Environmental Law Review;2004, Vol. 6 Issue 3, p196
Discusses two human rights cases in Great Britain. "Hatton v United Kingdom"; "Marcic v Thames Water".
- KELO V. CITY OF NEW LONDON–WRONGLY DECIDED AND A MISSED OPPORTUNITY FOR PRINCIPLED LINE DRAWING WITH RESPECT TO EMINENT DOMAIN TAKINGS. Delogu, Orlando E. // Maine Law Review;2006, Vol. 58 Issue 1, p18
The article discusses the final ruling of the Supreme Court in Connecticut on the "Kelo v. City of New London" court case. A mistake in relation to the establishment of a principled line with respect to the eminent domain taking powers was found on the court's final decision. The author stressed...
- The Second Dartmouth College Case. // National Review;8/5/1988, Vol. 40 Issue 15, p20
Focuses on a series of lawsuits filed against Dartmouth College in Hanover, New Hampshire. Draconian disciplinary sentences received by three students for participating in a brief and nonviolent confrontation with a black music professor; Questions of constitutional law and public policy.
- Sugar Magnolia standoff headed for a court battle. Miller, Holly // New Orleans CityBusiness (1994 to 2008);9/20/2004, Vol. 25 Issue 12, p7
Reports on the lawsuit filed by Sugar Magnolia against O.J. Hooter of Irish Channel Properties Inc. in New Orleans, Louisiana. Details of the lawsuit; Eviction proceedings against Steve McKenna.
- Getting it into proportion. Niekirk, Paul // Accountancy;Dec1993, Vol. 112 Issue 1204, p106
The article focuses on the case "Cheese v Thomas" in Great Britain. Mr. Cheese had an arrangement with his great-nephew Mr. Thomas that they would buy a house. However under uncontrollable circumstances, they have to sell the house and divide the sale between them. The problem arose when the...
- ALA AND ACLU FILE LAWSUITS CHALLENGING THE CHILD INTERNET PROTECTION ACT (CIPA). // Online Libraries & Microcomputers;Apr2001, Vol. 19 Issue 4, p4
Focuses on the lawsuits filed by the American Library Association (ALA) and the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) challenging the legality of the Child Internet Protection Act (CIPA) of 2000. Background of CIPA; Recommendation made by a federal commission.