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Jan 06 1964 (FN)

National Equipment Rental, Ltd. Vs. Szukhent

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Jan-06-1964

..... of travel have increased its speed and ameliorated its discomforts, it can hardly be said that these almost miraculous improvements would make more palatable or constitutional now than in 1878 a system of law that would compel a man or woman from hawaii, alaska, or even michigan to travel to new ..... claiming a few hundred or thousand dollars growing out of an ordinary commercial contract. it can, of course, be argued with plausibility that the pennoyer constitutional rule has no applicability here because the process served on the szukhents ran from a page 375 u. s. 331 federal, not a state, court ..... 's holding that these michigan residents are compelled to go to new york to defend themselves in a new york court brings sharply into focus constitutional questions as to whether they will thereby be denied due process of law in violation of the fifth and fourteenth amendments. while implicit in much ..... receive service of process." [ footnote 2 ] no questions of subject matter jurisdiction or of venue are presented. federal jurisdiction exists by reason of diversity of citizenship. 28 u.s.c. 1332. venue in the united states district court for the eastern district of new york has not been contested. 28 u.s. ..... 375 u. s. 316 -318. (a) no questions of subject matter jurisdiction or of venue are here presented. federal jurisdiction existed by reason of diversity of citizenship. 28 u.s.c. 1332. p. 375 u. s. 313 , n. 2. (b) since the respondents did in fact receive complete and timely notice .....

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Jun 15 1964 (FN)

Reynolds Vs. Sims

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Jun-15-1964

..... honest elections are the very foundation of our republican form of government. . . . discrimination against any group or class of citizens in the exercise of these constitutionally protected rights of citizenship deprives the electoral process of integrity. . . ." "none would deny that a state law giving some citizens twice the vote of other citizens in either ..... were unconstitutional; an injunction against future elections pending reapportionment in accordance with the state constitution; or, absent such reapportionment, a mandatory injunction requiring holding the 1962 election for legislators at large over the entire state. the complaint alleged serious ..... that malapportionment of the alabama legislature deprived them and others similarly situated of rights under the equal protection clause of the fourteenth amendment and the alabama constitution, voters in several alabama counties brought suit against various officials having state election duties. complainants sought a declaration that the existing state legislative apportionment provisions ..... the primary or general election would lack that equality which the fourteenth amendment guarantees. . . . the theme of the constitution is equality among citizens in the .....

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Jun 15 1964 (FN)

Lucas Vs. Forty-fourth Gen. Assembly of Colorado

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Jun-15-1964

..... vote thereon "by two-thirds of all the members elected to each house" of the colorado legislature, pursuant to art. xix, 2, of the colorado constitution. additionally, a constitutional convention can be convened, upon the favorable recommendation of two-thirds of the members elected to each house of the general assembly, if the electorate approves of ..... magnitude to make out a prima facie case of invidious discrimination . . . ." however, because of the imminence of the primary and general elections, and since two constitutional amendments, proposed through the initiative procedure and prescribing rather different schemes for legislative apportionment, would be voted upon in the impending election, the district court continued the cases without ..... plaintiffs below asserted that art. v, 45, 46, and 47, of the colorado constitution, and the statutes [ footnote 1 ] implementing those constitutional provisions, result in gross inequalities and disparities with respect to their voting rights. they alleged that "one of the inalienable rights of citizenship . . . is equality of franchise and vote, and that the concept of equal ..... protection of the laws requires that every citizen be equally represented in the legislature of his state." plaintiffs sought declaratory and injunctive relief, and also requested the court to order a constitutionally page 377 u. s. 716 valid .....

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Jan 13 1964 (FN)

England Vs. Medical Examiners

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Jan-13-1964

..... ] the doctrine contemplates only "that controversies involving unsettled questions of state law [may] be decided in the state tribunals preliminary to a federal court's consideration of the underlying federal constitutional questions," city of meridian v. southern bell tel. & tel. co., 358 u. s. 639 , 358 u. s. 640 , "that decision of the federal question be deferred until ..... as a sizable collision between nation and state. cases where negroes are prosecuted and convicted in state courts can find their way expeditiously to this court, provided they present constitutional questions. yet instances where negroes assert their rights in judicial proceedings will continue to be numerous. those suits will be civil ones, and almost always instituted in the federal ..... jurisdiction in jeopardy. as the court says, there are many advantages in a federally constructed record. moreover, federal judges appointed for life are more likely to enforce the constitutional rights of unpopular minorities than elected state judges. madison stated the problem when the creation of lower federal courts was being mooted: "what was to be done after improper ..... . moreover, the complexity of local law to federal judges is inherent in the federal court system as designed by congress. resolution of local law questions is implicit in diversity of citizenship jurisdiction. since erie r. co. v. tompkins, 304 u. s. 64 , the federal courts, under that head of jurisdiction, daily have the task of determining what the .....

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Mar 23 1964 (FN)

Banco Nacional De Cuba Vs. Sabbatino

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Mar-23-1964

..... discouraging import to this country by traders certain or apprehensive of nonrecognition of ownership, judicial findings of invalidity of title might limit competition among sellers; if the excluded goods constituted a significant portion of the market, prices for united states purchasers might rise with a consequent economic burden on united states consumers. balancing the undesirability of such a result ..... moreover, the court stressed the fact that the title challenged was derived from a mexican law governing the relations between the mexican government and mexican citizens. aside from the citizenship of the plaintiff's predecessor in title, the property seized was to satisfy an assessment of the revolutionary government which the mexican owner had failed to pay. it is ..... our country, has reduced the participation of cuban sugars in the north american market with the unquestionable design to attack cuba and its revolutionary process." "whereas, this action constitutes a reiteration of the continued conduct of the government of the united states of north america, intended to prevent the exercise of its sovereignty and its integral development by our ..... l. 863 (1961). [ footnote 33 ] see 1957 yb.u.n.int'l l.comm'n (vol. 1) 155, 158 (statements of mr. padilla nervo (mexico) and mr. pal (india)). [ footnote 34 ] there are, of course, areas of international law in which consensus as to standards is greater and which do not represent a battleground for conflicting ideologies. this decision .....

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Nov 23 1964 (FN)

Schlagenhauf Vs. Holder

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Nov-23-1964

..... by a closely divided vote, sustained the rule as there applied. both the majority and dissenting opinions, however, agreed that rule 35 could not be assailed on constitutional grounds. id. at 312 u. s. 11 -12. the division in the court was on the issue of whether the rule was procedural, or a ..... co., 312 u. s. 1 , was divided when it came to submission of a plaintiff to a compulsory medical examination. the division was not over the constitutional power to require it, but only as to whether congress had authorized a rule to that effect. i accept that point, as one governed by stare decisis. ..... removed by the defendant to federal court. we hold that rule 35, as applied to either plaintiffs or defendants to an action, is free of constitutional difficulty, and is within the scope of the enabling act. we therefore agree with the court of appeals that the district court had power to apply ..... waiver theory would mean that a plaintiff has waived a right by exercising his right of access to the federal courts. such a result might create constitutional problems. also, if a waiver theory is espoused, problems would arise as to a plaintiff who originally brought his action in a state court (where ..... , conditions, and scope of the examination and the person or persons by whom it is to be made." i an action based on diversity of citizenship was brought in the district court seeking damages arising from personal injuries suffered by passengers of a bus which collided with the rear of a tractor-trailer .....

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Mar 30 1964 (FN)

Mrvica Vs. Esperdy

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Mar-30-1964

..... for a visa to the united states and are awaiting regularization of his status to join him here. [ footnote 2/4 ] the government correctly argues that such permission did not constitute "an invitation" to return. this fact does, however, confirm what is clear from the surrounding circumstances, that the government was fully aware that he would be returning to the united ..... enforcing the return to his own country of an alien who has not complied with the conditions upon the performance of which the government of the nation, acting within its constitutional authority, and through the proper departments, has determined that his continuing to reside here shall depend." fong yue ting v. united states, 149 u. s. 698 , 149 u. s. 730 ..... had his residence in the united states continuously since such entry; " page 376 u. s. 563 "(c) is a person of good moral character; and" "(d) is not ineligible to citizenship." 72 stat. 546, amending 66 stat. 219, 8 u.s.c. 1259. [ footnote 3 ] it is agreed by both sides that the petitioner satisfies all the specified criteria except the .....

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