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  1. ...States," and the reporter is "U.S.," so United States v. Matlock (1974) 415 U.S. 164. The circuit for ...

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  3. ...void an act of Congress that violates the Consitution. Martin v. Hunter's Lessee (1816) held that the Supreme Court can review and reverse state court decisions and can review pending states cases.

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  6. ... Brown v. Board of Education...quot; segregation in the United States, that is, segregation of public..., led by Dr. Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr...

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  7. ...as evidence. Find case law supporting an argument that Officer Martin did not have a reasonable suspicion of criminal activity warranting an investigative stop (Terry v. Ohio) because he did not hear any part of the conversation or see anything...

    1 Answers · Politics & Government · 17/12/2009

  8. ... to do so.) Ulysses was barred from the United States as obscene for 15 years, and was seized by U.S...

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  9. So, I actually know something about this. The fatigue of walking these courses, especially in some of the oppressive heat conditions that some courses have in the south during mid-summer. A golf game is indeed primarily about you swing and strategy and such, but...

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  10. It's not a white/black thing. It is a rich/poor thing.

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