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Constitutional Law

Oct 2, 2013

Constitutional Law : Sex Offender Registration – Non-Delegation Doctrine – Ex Post Facto

Roe v. Replogle (MLW No. 65569/Case No. SC92978 – 17 pages) (Supreme Court of Missouri, Breckenridge, J.; all concur)

Oct 2, 2013

Constitutional Law : Governor’s Authority – Reallocation Of Funds – Standing

Schweich v. Nixon (MLW No. 65568/Case No. SC92750 – 17 pages) (Supreme Court of Missouri, per curiam)

Oct 2, 2013

Constitutional Law : Felon-In-Possession Law – Ex Post Facto – Notice

State v. Harris (MLW No. 65570/Case No. SC93170 – 7 pages) (Supreme Court of Missouri, Fischer, J.; all concur)

Feb 21, 2013

Constitutional Law: Veterinary Dentistry – Unlicensed Practitioner – Equal Protection

Missouri Veterinary Medical Board v. Gray (MLW No. 64695/Case No. WD75162 – 13 pages) (Missouri Court of Appeals, Western District, Newton, J.)

Oct 31, 2012

Constitutional Law: Bail – Cash-Only Bond

State v. Jackson (MLW No. 64313/Case No. SC92532 – 17 pages) (Supreme Court of Missouri, Stith, J.; Teitelman, C.J., Russell, Breckenridge, Fischer and Draper, JJ., concur)

Aug 29, 2012

Constitutional Law: Validity Of Statute – State Employees’ System – Retirement Benefits

Beard v. State Employees’ Retirement System (MLW No. 64101/Case No. SC92142 – 6 pages) (Supreme Court of Missouri, Draper, J.; Teitelman, C.J., Russell, Breckenridge, Fischer and Stith, JJ., concur)

Sep 21, 2011

Constitutional: Condemnation – Homestead Taking – ‘Just Compensation’

City of Richmond Heights v. Gasway, et al. (MLW No. 62780/Case No. ED95791 – 7 pages) (Missouri Court of Appeals, Eastern District, Mooney, J.)ste

Dec 23, 2009

Constitutional: Controlled Substances Act – Cannabis Cultivation – Commerce Clause

Monson v. Drug Enforcement Administration (MLW No. 59981/Case No. 07-3837 – 17 pages) (U.S. Court of Appeals, 8th Circuit, Bowman, J.) Where farmers who obtained state licenses to grow cannabis sought a declaration that the Controlled Substances Act did not apply to their crop, cannabis grown for industrial use is still subject to federal regulation, […]

Jan 26, 2009

Tribe’s book illuminates ‘Invisible Constitution’

Laurence Tribe, Loeb University professor of Constitutional Law at Harvard, is one of a small group of constitutional scholars who have mastered every nook and cranny of the American Constitution. Of these, Tribe’s analyses are uniquely informed by his abiding interest in the natural sciences and technology. The clarity of Tribe’s writings, with his frequent […]

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