Updated February 26,
2004 by Brenda Grantland
and Petitions Filed in the U.S.
$405K S.Ct. Merits Brief (double
$405K Amicus Brief of ACLU(double jeopardy)*
U.S. v. $405,089.23 - Government's Petition
Certiorari to the Supreme Court(double jeopardy)*, filed August 28, 1995
Libretti v. United States, amicus brief of
Foundation, filed 6/30/95
Bennis v. Michigan, certiorari petition
March 29, 1995
U.S. v. James Daniel Good Real Property, amicus
curiae brief of the Institute For Justice,
U.S. Supreme Court, 1993,(Institute for Justice is a D.C. public
law firm active in property rights issues, and a long time ally of
* Note: The double jeopardy issue was lost
in the U.S. Supreme Court and is no
longer a valid argument. These double jeopardy briefs are
for historical purposes only.
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