A summary and case brief of United States v. North, 708 F. Supp. 375 (1988), including the facts, issue, rule of law, holding and reasoning, key terms, and concurrences and dissents.
New York, 192 U. S. 585; Weeks v. United States, 232 U. S. 383, 232 U. S. 395, 232 U. S. 396. The search warrant did not issue against the defendant, but against the Socialist headquarters at 1326 Arch Street, and it would seem that the documents technically were not even in the defendants' possession. See Johnson v. United States, 228 U. S. 457.
United States v. Nixon Introduction. On August 8th, 1974, President Richard M. Nixon did something no other President before or since had ever done. He quit. Yep, he resigned the Presidency of the United States; walked away from the highest office in the land; walked off his job as leader of the free world.
The Katz V. United States trial took place on October 17th of 1967. In response to his arrest, Katz appealed the charges and claimed that the FBI lacked sufficient evidence and probable cause to record his telephone conversations.
The Brown Vs. the board of education case had a big impact on many other similar cases as Mr. Brown’s and on history itself. This case cased many people to see that the separation between educations was useless and did not help the children’s education.
From United States Supreme Court Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes in his dissent in Abrams v. United States: Persecution for the expression of opinions seems to me perfectly logical.
Abrams v. United States (1919) In the waning months of World War I, in August 1918, a group of Russian immigrants was arrested in New York City and charged with violating the Sedition Act of 1918.
Appointed to the United States Supreme Court in 1902, Holmes soon gave voice to his idea of the law as an evolving balance of conflicting interests. In the 1905 case of Lochner v.