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Brief • March 9, 2016
Filed under: Police
with a Crime Violates That Individual’s Rights to Procedural Due Process of Law. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 II. Whether a Failure to Provide Exculpatory Evidence to a Criminal Defendant in a Given
Brief • January 28, 2014
Filed under: Booking Fees
action suit at hand, under 42 U.S.C. § 1983, asserting that Woodridge’s booking fee violates both the procedural and substantive due process rights of the class members. The district judge dismissed Mr
Brief • May 10, 2013
Filed under: Booking Fees
Denial Of Procedural Due Process............................... 4 III. IV. A. Woodridge’s Booking Fee is an involuntary fee which deprived Mr. Markadonatos of his interest in his $30
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: (1) denial of substantive due process claims based on state law or state prison regulations or those related to good time credits which have not been favorably determined; (2) cruel and unusual
Brief • March 4, 2016
Filed under: Booking Fees
. Marka- donatos failed to state a claim that Woodridge denied him of due process of law when it deprived him of $30 pursuant to the Booking Fee provision which provides no procedures allowing a person
Brief • 2010
Fourteenth Amendment right to substantive due process, because the policies, procedures, rules, regulations and/or .customs ofthe Defendant County deprived Plaintiff of those rights in that: (a) Each and every
Brief • 2008
with a “mandatory character” establish a liberty interest). According to the plaintiffs, a liberty interest thus established is entitled to the procedural protections of the Due Process clause of the Fourteenth
Brief • 2008
interest). According to the plaintiffs, a liberty interest thus established is entitled to the procedural protections of the Due Process clause of the Fourteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution
Brief • 2005
some aspect of procedural due process cannot be arbitrary and, therefore, must be factually based. The scant record in this case does not contain evidence that the inmate was disruptive and uncooperative
Brief • July 14, 2016
to Rules 23(b)(1) and 23(b)(2), as to their procedural due process claim only. Plaintiffs do not seek certification for their First Amendment claims as, in the judgment of counsel, individual questions
Brief • 2011
..................................................................................... 5 8 A. Plaintiff Asserts Well-Established Procedural Due Process Claims ..... 5 1. Fabrication of Evidence Used to Secure Conviction Constitutes a Violation of Due Process and Must be Analyzed under
Brief • December 11, 2000
PROCEDURAL DUE PROCESS OF LAW UNDER THE FOURTEENTH AMENDMENT. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 III. A. Due Process Requires a Pre-Taking Opportunity for Hearing
Brief • 2012
. To establish a procedural due process violation, a plaintiff must first demonstrate the deprivation of a protected liberty or property interest. Senty-Haugen v. Goodno, 462 F.3d 876, 886 (8th Cir. 2006). 1
Brief • 1997
... : 2 policies, procedures and pract1ces •.'promulgated and implemented 3 Defendants Clark county in 4 the 6 Constitutions. Fourteenth violati~ns Amendment and b~ of the due process clause
Brief • 2011
. Concealing or Withholding Exculpatory Evidence Violates an Accused’s Rights to Procedural Due Process of Law . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 A. The Accused Has a Procedural Due-Process Right
Brief • 2008
. Murphy v. Cuesta, Rey & Co., 381 Ill.162, 165, 45 N.E.2d 26, 28 (1942). The fundamental requirement of procedural due process is the opportunity to be heard at a meaningful time and in a meaningful manner
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under the Due Process Clause; e. Whether the use of the procedure on women when the equivalent procedure on men has been discontinued violates the women’s rights to Equal Protection; f. Whether Cook
Brief • 2009
subjected to vaginal swabbing in connection with the intake procedures at the Cook County Jail at anytime on or after January 30, 2004. Class I brings claims pursuant to the Fourth Amendment, the Due Process
Brief • 2004
of mail sent from Prison Legal News and his due 4 process claims which have been “favorably determined” by the state court or prison grievance 5 process and which are based on the minimal procedural
Brief • 2001
as a matter of due process or as part of an Eighth Amendment remedy. Appropriate relief is going to require improved treatment opportunities within the prison system and altered disciplinary procedures
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