The administration's brief
contends that "in time of active conflict, a court considering a properly filed habeas action generally should accept the military's determination that a detainee is an enemy combatant.
Wandering the French countryside from Dieppe to Marseilles on a search for his father, Felix (Sami Bouajila), a young Frenchman of Arab extraction, assembles the makings of a new family.
of Iowa, ISLL Bound Briefs
, Nancy Jewett v Lorenz Wanshura (1874), p.
available through Brief
Reporter allow attorneys to improve their own briefs
and anticipate opposing counsels' arguments," said Nick Emrick, senior vice president and general manager, LEXIS Online Publishing.
notes that placement of the stickers came after community pressure from religious activists who oppose the teaching of evolution in public schools.
On-board strategic situational awareness briefs
are completely new and one of the most important things the Naval Postgraduate School has done to extend our knowledge to the fleet," Prof.
In its brief
, TEI stated that the issue of the deference to be accorded an agency's interpretative ruling "requires a careful balance and the answer properly depends on the extent of public involvement in the development of the agency rule.
States filing briefs
were: Indiana, Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, Florida, Idaho, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Dakota, Ohio, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, South Dakota, Utah, Virginia and Wyoming and a separate brief
by Indiana, Alabama, Delaware, Florida, Kansas, North Dakota, South Carolina, Utah and Virginia.
More than a page of the government's reply brief
is devoted to attacking the footnote in which TEI criticizes government's facile citation of Correll.
Microsoft's reply brief
to the government's proposal requested a year within which to submit its own breakup plan and also requested that the ultimate decree remain in effect for four year, not ten years.
Reproductions and representations of the Ten Commandments have been commonly employed across the country to symbolize both the rule of law itself, as well as the role of religion in the development of American law," asserts Clement in the brief