In re, Latin for "in the matter [of]", is a term with several different, but related
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"Re" is a further abbreviation. Often "in re" is found near the top of lawyers' letters
to identify the subject matter, as "In re Matheson v. Roth," or "In re Estate of ...
way in which law should be enforced and justice administered." Duncan v. ...
Dorsen & Rezneck, In Re Gault and the Future of Juvenile Law, 1 Family Law ...
In re Gault, 387 U.S. 1 (1967). In re ... Kent v. United States, 383 U. S. 541, 383
U. S. 562 (1966), held "that the ..... [Footnote 10] To the same effect is Gallegos v.
Sometimes case names do not list two parties, such as cases whose names
include In re or Ex parte. In re is a latin term for “in the matter of,” and is typically ...
In legal parlance, "In Re" can roughly be translated as "in regards to" or "in the
matter of". ... Probate Proceedings: In Re: The Indian Succession Act v. Unknown.
Oct 22, 2015 ... In re: National Security Letter, Under Seal v. Lynch (Sealed). 13-15957 & 13-
16731 (consolidated). 13-16732. These cases are fully sealed, ...
A case in which the Court found that the Juvenile Court proceedings for a fifteen-
year-old did not comply with the requirements of the Fourteenth Amendment.
Jan 20, 1970 ... Does the requirement that juvenile convictions rest on "preponderance of the
evidence" burden of proof, as opposed to that stricter "beyond a ...
In re Debs, Latin: “In the matter of Debs”, legal case in which the U.S. Supreme ...
The president and founder of the ARU, Eugene V. Debs, was concerned about ...