June 2, 2014
by Jaclyn Belczyk
The US Supreme Court ruled Monday in Bond v. United States that prosecutors cannot use an international chemical weapons treaty to convict a woman who attacked her husband's lover. Carol Anne Bond attempted to poison the woman by applying two toxic chemicals to her mailbox, car door handles and ...[read more]
November 5, 2013
by Elizabeth LaForgia
The US Supreme Court heard oral arguments Tuesday in three cases. In Bond v. United States the court heard arguments on whether there are limits to Congress' authority to intrude on local and state programs with a valid international treaty. Carol Anne Bond attempted to poison her husband's lover ...[read more]
February 2, 2013
by Caleb Pittman
JURIST Contributing Editor Jordan Paust of the University of Houston Law Center says that arguments put forward in the case of Bond v. United States, claiming that the federal law implementing the Chemical Weapons Convention is unconstitutional, are based on a fundamentally flawed understanding of ...[read more]
January 19, 2013
by Julia Zebley
The US Supreme Court on Friday granted what may be the final four cases it will hear this term. After being considered in conference eight times, the court granted Bond v. United States and will determine whether Carol Anne Bond can be tried under the Chemical Weapons Convention Implementation Act ...[read more]
June 16, 2012
by Cynthia Miley
On June 16, 2011, the US Supreme Court ruled in Bond v. United States that a private individual can challenge whether a federal criminal law passed to implement an international treaty is valid under the Tenth Amendment. Carol Anne Bond was indicted under federal law 18 USC 229(a), which was ...[read more]
June 16, 2011
by Zach Zagger
The US Supreme Court Thursday ruled in Bond v. United States that a private individual can challenge whether a federal criminal law passed to implement an international treaty is valid under the Tenth Amendment. Carol Anne Bond was charged with burning her husband's mistress using poisonous ...[read more]
February 22, 2011
by Andrea Bottorff
The US Supreme Court on Tuesday heard oral arguments in Bond v. United States on whether a criminal defendant may challenge the constitutionality of a federal criminal statute under the Tenth Amendment. Carol Anne Bond was charged with burning her husband's mistress using poisonous chemicals and ...[read more]

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