Watkins v. United States, 354 U.S. 178 (1957), is a decision of the Supreme Court
of the United States that held that the power of the United States Congress is ...
Did the activities of the Un-American Activities Committee constitute an
unconstitutional exercise of congressional power?
354 U.S. 178. Watkins v. United States (No. 261). Argued: March 7, 1957.
Decided: June 17, 1957. 98 U.S.App.D.C.190, 233 F.2d 681, reversed and
Watkins V. United States (1957): The U.S. Supreme Court case in which the
Court ruled that by finding the defendant in contempt for refusing to testify against
John Watkins was convicted for refusing to answer questions of the House Un-
American Activities Committee (HUAC) about people he believed were no longer
Watkins v. United States - Significance, Supreme Court Rules That
Congressional Power Of Investigation Is Not Unlimited, Further Readings ...
In 1982, pursuant to Army Regulations requiring the discharge of lesbians and
gay men and barring them from re-enlisting, Sergeant Watkins — who had never
Watkins v. United States, 354 U. S. 178, distinguished. Pp. 360 U. S. 116-123. (a)
Rule XI has a "persuasive gloss of legislative history" which shows beyond ...
Sergeant Perry Watkins, Plaintiff-appellant, v. United States Army, et al.,
Defendants-appellees, 875 F.2d 699 (9th Cir. 1989) case opinion from the U.S.
Court of ...
Watkins v. Sowders, 449 U.S. 341 (1980). Watkins v. Sowders. No. 79-5949.
Argued November 10, 1980. Decided January 13, 1981 *. 449 U.S. 341. Syllabus