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Bill-of-rights cases in the 19th century

A:  Thomas: The Univ. of South Carolina Press has put out a series of books on the chief justiceships of the US supreme court. I''ve read the volume on Chief Justice Melville Fuller, which contained a good section on civil rights cases handled by the court during Melville''s tenure. I would guess that the other books in the series would do likewise. Unfortunately, the series does not contain volumes on Roger Taney, Salmon Chase, or Morrison Waite, so that leaves a pretty large hole in the middle of the nineteenth century. ABC-CLIO also has a series on the chief justiceships that covers all the chief justices, but I have never read them so I can''t comment on their...

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Familiar with Kayball (sp?) Case?--Q

A:  Can you give us anymore information since you can''t spell it? Is it a US supreme court Case or Florida. Is it about criminal or civil law? What did it decide? Anything?...

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Do I have a case

A:  Your likely recourse, if any, is worker's compensation. You need to write using normal capitalization and punctuation. Running all your words together makes it difficult to tell where one sentence ends and the next begins. "There is a famous supreme court case that you cant yell fire in a crowded theatre" No, there isn't. This is just an example of the limitations on the First Amendment's protection of freedom of speech: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shouting_fire_in_a_crowded_theater Nothing you have described could reasonably be characterized as the sort of extreme or outrageous conduct that could give rise to a claim for intentional infliction of emotional distress. If your boss is an ass, complain to his boss...

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Can I Sue My State?

A:  have you searched free legal advice in your area? Before pursuing it might be best to really educate yourself on the amendment and to make sure you have a case. These kinds of cases usually go unprosecuted for many reasons but if you have a solid caes then I personally say go for it!! Ihave an expereince where my 4th was violated but I did not prosecute becuase the man scared me into thinking I would get charged and had no case. I do not know about the forms all I can say is BE PREPARED!! Educate yourself in EVERY way possible.Read read read. Hello Dan: Tell me more, and I''ll tell you where to file, or whether you SHOULD file. excon If an attorney declines your case, its b/c they dont believe they can win it. If multiple attorneys decline your case.... Then...

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Unavailable Reasonably Priced Copyright License Fees

A:  ''Can I utilize the UK product/services in the sense that at the very least I am using the one service I am able to find that allows me to use copyrighted material and keep my business going? ...knowing full well, I am not a uk resident, but given the lack thereof a similar product here in the US....you see where I'm headed here?'' Yes, I see where you are headed. But the answer is no, you can''t use the U.K. license you referred to for use in the U.S. Indeed, the site makes that quite explicit—the license is only good for use within the U.K. The U.S. and U.K. have different copyright laws, and thus the licensing arrangements that are available vary from one country to the next, too. A license for products sold in the U.K. will do you absolutely no good...

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Videographer Music Copyright License Availability..

A:  . The subject was not meant to imply that the other answer was satisfactory. It was meant to point out that the rules of the board require that (among other things) you "*Select the one best message board for your question." See my response at your other posting. x "Can I utilize the UK product/services" Probably not because those services probably have no right to license for use within the U.S. They probably only have the right to license for use within the UK. "you see where I'm headed here?" Sorry, but no, I don't. "A potential supreme court case?" Huh? You have to have a viable lawsuit before you can start working your way up the appellate...

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What's selective incorporation?

A:  The bill of rights are not automatically applied to the states. They are "incorporated". There are still some rights that do not apply to states (right to bear arms, harboring of soldiers, right to a grand jury) because they have not been incorporated. Selective incorporation is this idea, in that when a case comes up that talks about a right that is guaranteed in the Constitution but not guaranteed by a state, and the state violates that right, instead of the supreme court saying that ALL the rights in the constitution are guaranteed, only this one or that one is in this instance. Regarding cases, do you want one that involves all...

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The Media and Brandenburg v. Ohio

A:  "I want to sue all the major networks for inciting lawless action during the Katrina debacle as well as the Rodney King riots. This should be a class action since everyone has been victimized." I think you'd be laughed out of the courtroom, if you ever made it that far. There's a big difference between "The hurricane's coming, let's loot all the stores while the police and the public are helpless" and "The hurricane's coming, stock up on water, batteries, etc." Duuh! "Isn't that exactly what the media has done time and time again?" What does that mean? What does "that" refer to? Intentionally "speaking" in a way that is likely to incite immintent

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Help in seeing that justice is done

A:  I'm not sure what you wanted us to do with the information in your post. I have read it, and would imagine that you would like some input from a legal expert as to what, if any, options you have from this point. I doubt that you can get solid advice from anyone in here; however, we shall see. It sounds as if something this complicated would need to be discussed directly with an attorney. Regardless, best wishes to you. I can hear your frustration. "I doubt that you can get solid advice from anyone in here; however, we shall see." Feel free to add your own suggestions on what Equaljustice can do given the situation but do not use the postings of others to lob antagonistic comments at other participants. Denise Have you considered contacting the

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***Aliens, Insanity and the constitution!!!***

A:  While others may be up on every case before the supreme court, I'm not up on this particular case. Perhaps a short blurb about the case? The link didn't work. In any case, I don't think anyone is going to be inclined to wade through a complete set of briefs. Again, perhaps a short synopsis? What are the issues on which the court granted cert? What grade level are you? The last question I ask because questions appropriate for an upper division college class might be quite different from those appropriate for a bunch of 8th graders. 17 year old Michael Clark was released from an AZ mental hospital. Two days later, reportedly having hallucinations and suffering from delusions, he was driving at 5...