November 1992
ABA Journal;Nov92, Vol. 78 Issue 11, p44
Presents a series of articles on various court cases in the United States as of November 1992. Inclusion of U.S. District Judge Wayne E. Alley's order in a commercial dispute over the sale of a strip shopping center; Lawsuit filed by San Diego, California lawyer S. Myron Klarfeld challenging shoe searches as a violation of the Fourth Amendment.


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