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National Treasury Employees Union V. Von Raab—Will The War Against Drugs Abrogate Constitutional Guarantees?, Alyssa C. Westover Jan 2013

National Treasury Employees Union V. Von Raab—Will The War Against Drugs Abrogate Constitutional Guarantees?, Alyssa C. Westover

Pepperdine Law Review

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Case Digest, Law Review Staff Jan 1983

Case Digest, Law Review Staff

Vanderbilt Journal of Transnational Law

FORCED ENTRY OF THE SINGLE CABIN OF A 27-FOOT SAILING SLOOP TO CONDUCT A DOCUMENT AND SAFETY INSPECTION Is NOT AN UNREASONABLE SEARCH--United States v. Thompson, 710 F.2d 1500(11th Cir. 1983).

EXCLUDABLE ALIENS HAVE A CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHT TO A HEARING AFTER THE INITIAL PERIOD OF DETENTION--Fernandez-Roque v. Smith, 567 F. Supp. 1115 (N.D. Ga. 1983).

EXCLUSIONARY RULE BARs USE IN DEPORTATION PROCEEDINGS OF EVIDENCE OBTAINED BY INS OFFICERS IN VIOLATION OF THE FOURTH AMENDMENT--Lopez-Mendoza v. Immigration and Naturalization Service, 705 F.2d 1059 (9th Cir. 1983) (en banc).

LABOR UNION HAS STANDING TO MAINTAIN ACTION FOR VIOLATION OF DUE PROCESS RIGHTS …


Some Problems Of Evidence Before The Labor Arbitrator, R. W. Fleming Dec 1961

Some Problems Of Evidence Before The Labor Arbitrator, R. W. Fleming

Michigan Law Review

Legal rules of evidence do not, of course, apply before the labor arbitrator. This is not surprising since such rules were developed in connection with jury trials, and do not apply strictly in any tribunal but a jury-court. The whole theory of the arbitration tribunal is that it is composed of experts who repeatedly inquire into a relatively homogeneous kind of cases. Exclusionary rules are hardly required as a precautionary measure. Indeed, as the late Harry Shulman said in his classic Oliver Wendell Holmes lecture at Harvard in 1955, "The more serious danger is not that the arbitrator will hear …