February 2, 2010
by Ingrid Burke
Chamber of Commerce of the United Stated of America, et al. v. WA Drew Edmonson, et al., US Court of Appeals for the 10th Circuit, February 2, 2010 .Reported in JURIST's Paper Chase here. Latest commentary available here. JURIST has more on illegal immigration... ...[read more]
August 10, 2009
by Ingrid Burke
USA v. Wittig, et al., US Court of Appeals for the 10th Circuit, August 10, 2009 .Reported in JURIST's Paper Chase here. Latest commentary available here... ...[read more]
July 31, 2009
by Ingrid Burke
USA v. Nacchio, US Court of Appeals for the 10th Circuit, July 31, 2009. Reported in JURIST's Paper Chase here. Latest commentary available here. JURIST has more on Joseph Nacchio... ...[read more]
August 28, 2006
by Bernard Hibbitts
Nova Health Systems et al. v. W.A. Drew Edmundson, United States Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit, August 25, 2006. Read the full text of the ruling. Reported in JURIST's Paper Chase here... ...[read more]
April 18, 2005
by Liza Hall
The US Supreme Court Monday agreed to consider whether a Brazil-based church can continue using a traditional Native American tea brewed from a hallucinogenic herb, hoasca, as a religious sacrament. The case is Gonzales v. O Centro Espirita Beneficiente Uniao Do Vegetal, docket 04-1084. The 10th ...[read more]
March 21, 2005
by Chris Buell
Here's a run-down of law-related events, expected developments and live webcasts on JURIST's docket for Monday, March 21.The US Supreme Court will hear oral arguments in two cases today beginning at 10 AM ET. In the first case, Castle Rock v. Gonzales, 04-278, the Court will review the 10th... ...[read more]
March 18, 2005
by jt
US v. Platte; US v. Hudson; US v. Gilbert, United States Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit, March 17, 2005. Excerpt:Of course, whenever a criminal statute has such a broad scope, some prohibited activities may be much less reprehensible than others. The maximum permissible sentence is ...[read more]
February 25, 2005
by jt
Ward v. Utah, United States Court of Appeals for the 10th Circuit, Chief Circuit Judge Deanell Reece Tacha, February 23, 2005. Excerpt:While Mr. Ward remains at liberty to advocate vigorously through lawful protests for the abolishment of the fur trade, we hold that section 76-3-203.3 is not ...[read more]
February 25, 2005
by Matthew Shames
The US Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals upheld the constitutionality of Utah's so-called hate-crimes statute. The law, passed in 1992, differs from most other hate-crimes prohibitions because it does not protect an enumerated class of victims. Attempts to broaden the statute's application by s... ...[read more]

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