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08-20520 - United States of America v. Gibbs et al

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United States Courts Opinions. SuDoc Class Number Mouse over help for SuDoc Class Number says The SuDoc class number from the U.S. Superintendent ...

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA v. JOHN F. SHIPP et al. | US Law ...

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203 U.S. 563 (27 S.Ct. 165, 51 L.Ed. 319). UNITED STATES OF AMERICA v. JOHN F. SHIPP et al. No. 12, Original. Argued: December 4, 5, 1906. Decided: ...

U.S. v. Anthony Allen, et al. | ATR | Department of Justice

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Jul 1, 2015 ... Related case: U.S. v. Paul Robson, et al. Case Open Date: Thursday, October 16, 2014. Case Name: United States v. Anthony Allen, Paul ...

U.S. and Plaintiff States v. American Express Co., et al. | ATR ...

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Nov 10, 2016 ... U.S. and Plaintiff States v. American Express Co., et al. On this Page: Appeal Materials; Injunction Enforcement Materials; Trial Materials ...

US v. Mohamad Youssef Hammoud, et al. :: The Investigative Project ...

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Hizballah. [WDNC] In March 2001, a superseding indictment charged 25 individuals with cigarette smuggling, money laundering, credit card fraud, marriage ...

Reasons US Women Have Abortions - Guttmacher Institute

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The research into U.S. women's reasons for having abor- tions has been limited. ... Lindsay A. Dauphinee is research .... al poverty level (with half at or below the poverty line—not shown). .... ner wanted them to have an abortion (14% vs. 24%), and ...... Hansen SK et al., Use of contraception and reasons for choosing abor-.

COHEN v. DAUPHINEE | FindLaw

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Michael J. COHEN, M.D., et al., Petitioners, v. ..... Surely, logic and common sense would compel us to conclude that something already known and provided to ...