Another abortion decision

Young, Rowland L.
March 1979
American Bar Association Journal;Mar1979, Vol. 65 Issue 3, p448
Academic Journal
Details the decisions of the U.S. Supreme Court on several cases as of March 1979. Decision on an abortion case in Pennsylvania; Holding that permitted a plaintiff to invoke the doctrine of collateral estoppel to prevent a criminal defendant from litigating issues already tried in another case to which the plaintiff was not a party; Violation of a school teacher's First Amendment rights.


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