Florence v. Board of Chosen Free-holders (10-945)
- FLORENCE V. BOARD OF CHOSEN FREEHOLDERS: THE RESURRECTION OF BELL V. WOLFISH AND THE QUESTIONS TO FOLLOW. Ellis, Julian // Denver University Law Review;2012, Vol. 90 Issue 2, p559
The balance between Fourth Amendment rights and strip search polices in a correctional setting has garnered limited attention from the U.S. Supreme Court. Moreover, the interpretation of Supreme Court precedent by circuit courts has been inconsistent, and at times irreconcilable, with the...
- Jailhouse strip searches upheld by high court. Sherman, Mark // Buffalo Law Journal;4/5/2012, Vol. 84 Issue 28, p4
The article reports on the judgment given by the Supreme Court of the U.S. that jailers can subject people arrested for minor offenses to invasive strip searches.
- Habeas Exceptionalism. Steiker, Jordan // Texas Law Review;Jun2000, Vol. 78 Issue 7, p1703
Argues that the United States Supreme Court's unwillingness to address the Article III of the U.S. Constitution in Williams versus Taylor case is a reflection of its conception of a federal habeas corpus as a distinctive forum. Significant reforms of the habeas forum; Procedural default;...
- The constitution and the Supreme Court. Levinson, Sanford // World & I;Mar94, Vol. 9 Issue 3, p380
Argues with Gerard Bradley's proposition that the Constitution consists almost exclusively of its text plus the intentions of the authors of the textual language. Supreme Court's niggard interpretation of the privileges or immunities clause; Issues raised by Bradley; 1992 Casey case; Issue...
- The Supreme Court's modest beginning. Whitelaw, Kevin; Marcus, Mary Brophy; Kaplan, David E.; Gest, Ted; Mannix, Margaret; Silver, Marc // U.S. News & World Report;10/05/98, Vol. 125 Issue 13, p12
Notes that the number of cases to be heard this term of the United States Supreme Court is well below average. List dominated by business cases.
- Nonjudicial Constitutional Interpretation, Authoritative Settlement, and a New Agenda for Research. Peabody, Bruce G. // Constitutional Commentary;Spring99, Vol. 16 Issue 1, p63
Questions the United States Supreme Court's supremacy in interpreting the meaning and application of the constitution. Examination on the literature dealing with this issue; Disadvantages of allowing a non-judicial interpretation of the constitution.
- AN EXAGGERATED RESPONSE: POSSIBLE REACTIONS TO FLORENCE V. BOARD OF CHOSEN FREEHOLDERS IN SOUTH CAROLINA. Grevey, Kara S. // South Carolina Law Review;Summer2013, Vol. 64 Issue 4, p873
The article discusses the U.S. Supreme Court decision in Florence v. Board of Chosen Freeholders holding that officials may strip search individuals arrested for any crime before admitting them to jail, even though there is no reason to suspect that the individual is carrying contraband. It...
- In Controversial Decision, Supreme Court Replaces Annual Physicals with Strip Searches. Borowitz, Andy // Southern Illinois Labor Tribune;4/12/2012, Vol. 75 Issue 36, p5
The article reports that the U.S. Supreme Court has decided to expand the role of the U.S. police by replacing the annual physicals with random strip searches.
- Supreme Court upholds constitutionality of `decency standard.' Long, Cynthia D. // Academe;Sep/Oct98, Vol. 84 Issue 5, p6
Reports that the federal law which directs the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) to regard the `decency' of arts projects before funding them was upheld by the Supreme Court in the United States. Declaration from Justice Sandra Day O' Connor; Argument made by Justice David H. Souter;...