Amy v. The Supervisors, 78 U.S. 11 Wall. 136 136 (1870)
The due process requirements for criminal proceedings do not include a standard for the initiation of a prosecution. Moreover, even assuming, arguendo, that the common-law interest in freedom from ...
Not all case law is real there are many fake cases out there. Lawyers would not make any money if they put genuine work publicly displayed. Be skeptical of case law that reveals ...
Roe v. Wade, 410 US 113 ; Supreme Court 1973
Versus the city.
Very important case law for those suing the county.
Meyers v. Contra Costa County Dept. of Soc. Serv., 812 F. 2d 1154 – Court of Appeals, 9th Circuit 1987
Writ of Mandamus
This is a must read.
Prisoner sued prison officials under 1983
Judicial Case Law
Municipal liability-meaning county or city pay for damages
1991 Lawsuit against police by suspect.
2004 US Supreme Court- Shot by police officer on a chase sued.
Judicial Case Law 1911
Adoption Disruption Insurance
Government officials are required to obtain prior judicial authorization before intruding on a parent's custody of her child unless they possess information at the time of the seizure that ...
First, to be entitled to the presumption of truth, allegations in a complaint or counterclaim may not simply recite the elements of a cause of action, but must contain sufficient allegations of ...
Section 1983 can provide a cause of action against persons acting under color of state law who have violated rights guaranteed by federal statutes. Gonzaga Univ. v. Doe, 536 U.S. 273, 279 2002; ...
Hodge v. Jones, 31 F. 3d 157 - Court of Appeals, 4th Circuit 1994
Greene v. Camreta, 588 F. 3d 1011 - Court of Appeals, 9th Circuit 2009
GOOD V. DAUPHIN COUNTY SOCIAL SERVICES, 891 F. 2D 1087 – COURT OF APPEALS, 3RD CIRCUIT 1989
Ninth Circuit case law relevant to child welfare and law enforcement.
This case could possibly be fake and made up please see photo attached, apparently Mrs. Hardwick works for the US government since 2014, why would she then be suing them?
In July 1983, when he was six years old, C.A. Brokaw and his three-year-old sister were forcibly removed from their parents' home in Mercer County, Illinois. After he turned eighteen, C.A. filed suit ...