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Constitutional: Due Process – University Professor – Termination

Where a professor terminated by a university brought constitutional and state-law claims of breach of contract against the university’s board of trustees and other defendants, summary judgment for the defendant was proper because the plaintiff failed to show that the ...

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‘Right to remain silent’ still meaningful

A federal prosecutor may not question a defendant in court about her decision not to answer police questions after her arrest, the 8th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals said Monday. Natasha L. Gentry was arrested for possession of methamphetamine with ...

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