Standing Bear  circa 1834 - 1908  Ponca tribe.   Argued successfully in  U.S. District Court in 1879 in Omaha that Native Americans are "persons within the meaning of the law" and have the right to habeas corpus

Standing Bear circa 1834 - 1908 Ponca tribe. Argued successfully in U.S. District Court in 1879 in Omaha that Native Americans are "persons within the meaning of the law" and have the right to habeas corpus

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District Court: Case May Proceed Against College Official Who Denied Admission To Student After He Expressed Religious Beliefs in Interview

District Court: Case May Proceed Against College Official Who Denied Admission To Student After He Expressed Religious Beliefs in Interview

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The company was established in Florida in 1996 by chiropractor Dr. Robert Lewin.[8][7] In a 2010 United States District Court Southern District of Florida case it states that they provide "assistance to victims of motor vehicle, slip and fall,work-related, and recreational accidents seeking medical, chiropractic and therapeutic care and legal advice by referring them to doctors and other health care professionals.

The company was established in Florida in 1996 by chiropractor Dr. Robert Lewin.[8][7] In a 2010 United States District Court Southern District of Florida case it states that they provide "assistance to victims of motor vehicle, slip and fall,work-related, and recreational accidents seeking medical, chiropractic and therapeutic care and legal advice by referring them to doctors and other health care professionals.

Major Changes in Drug Compounding and Drug Distribution Requirements (Part 1 of 2) :: Epstein Becker & Green, P.C.

Major Changes in Drug Compounding and Drug Distribution Requirements (Part 1 of 2) :: Epstein Becker & Green, P.C.

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District Court Judge Jennifer Elliott orders video of family court case to be removed.  elliott  Clark County, Nevada  October 9, 2016   Yesterday, Veterans In Politics International, Inc. (VIPI) was served with a copy of a Court Order sealing case materials in a family court case on which we have been reporting, Saiter v. Saiter, case no. D-15-521372D.   We had recently posted a videotape of a hearing that took place on September 29, 2016 in the Saiter case.  The video exposed the…

District Court Judge Jennifer Elliott orders video of family court case to be removed. elliott Clark County, Nevada October 9, 2016 Yesterday, Veterans In Politics International, Inc. (VIPI) was served with a copy of a Court Order sealing case materials in a family court case on which we have been reporting, Saiter v. Saiter, case no. D-15-521372D. We had recently posted a videotape of a hearing that took place on September 29, 2016 in the Saiter case. The video exposed the…

"Family law attorneys are prepared for a potential raft of cases interpreting and challenging the law"

"Family law attorneys are prepared for a potential raft of cases interpreting and challenging the law"

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Constance Baker Motley (1921-2005)  -Wrote the original complaint for Brown v. Board of Education  -The first African-American woman to argue a case before the US Supreme Court  -The first African-American woman elected to the NY State Senate  -The first female Manhattan Borough President  -The first female African-American district court judge

Constance Baker Motley (1921-2005) -Wrote the original complaint for Brown v. Board of Education -The first African-American woman to argue a case before the US Supreme Court -The first African-American woman elected to the NY State Senate -The first female Manhattan Borough President -The first female African-American district court judge

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Claudette Colvin was the first person to resist bus segregation in Montgomery, Alabama, preceding the  Rosa Parks incident by nine months. The court case stemming from her refusal to give up her seat on the bus decided by the U.S. District Court in Feb, 1956 and then by the United States Supreme Court in Dec, 1956, ended bus segregation in Alabama. Montgomery's black leaders did not publicize Colvin's pioneering effort for long because she was a teenager and became pregnant while unmarried.

Claudette Colvin was the first person to resist bus segregation in Montgomery, Alabama, preceding the Rosa Parks incident by nine months. The court case stemming from her refusal to give up her seat on the bus decided by the U.S. District Court in Feb, 1956 and then by the United States Supreme Court in Dec, 1956, ended bus segregation in Alabama. Montgomery's black leaders did not publicize Colvin's pioneering effort for long because she was a teenager and became pregnant while unmarried.

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Claudette Colvin was the 1st person to resist bus segregation in Montgomery, Al (preceding the Rosa Parks incident by 9 months). The court case stemmed from her refusal to give up her seat on the bus, (Browder v. Gayle, U.S. District Court in February, 1956)& then by the U S Supreme Court (December, 1956), ended bus segregation in Alabama. Montgomery's black leaders didn't publicize Colvin's pioneering effort because she was a teenager and became pregnant while unmarried.

Claudette Colvin was the 1st person to resist bus segregation in Montgomery, Al (preceding the Rosa Parks incident by 9 months). The court case stemmed from her refusal to give up her seat on the bus, (Browder v. Gayle, U.S. District Court in February, 1956)& then by the U S Supreme Court (December, 1956), ended bus segregation in Alabama. Montgomery's black leaders didn't publicize Colvin's pioneering effort because she was a teenager and became pregnant while unmarried.

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