Sep 5, 2014 ... Honig v. Doe, case in which the U.S. Supreme Court on January 20, 1988, ruled (
6–2) that a California school board had violated the Education ...
At issue in Honig v. Doe (1988), the U.S. Supreme Court's first and only case on
the topic, were the acceptable limits of disciplining students ... Facts of the Case.
Case opinion for US Supreme Court HONIG v. DOE. Read the Court's full
decision ... Neither the facts in [484 U.S. 305, 337] the record, nor even the
Lower court. United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit. Citation. 484 US
305 (1988). Argued. Nov 9, 1987. Decided. Jan 20, 1988. Advocates. Sheila L.
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Honig, California Superintendent of Public Instruction v. Doe Et Al Supreme Court
of the United States Argued November 9, 1987. Decided January 20, 1988
Doe (student expulsion case)(Point/Counterpoint) (column) ... I thank Huefner for
her thoughtful response to my article about Honig v. ... My rationale for citing 806
F.2d 623 rather than 765 F. 2d 535 is that the facts of the case are much more ...
HONIG V. DOE The first case to reach the Supreme Court dealing with discipline
of special education students was Honig v. Doe (1988). The facts in the case ...
Honig v. Doe. 63 involved two special-education students, sixteen-year-old John.
Doe and .... dent, the court held that these facts were not sufficient to establish.
The only discipline case the Supreme Court has ever heard was Honig v. Doe,
484 U.S. 305 (1988). It removed a school's unilateral authority to suspend or ...
Jan 23, 1988 ... Cases discussed: Honig v. Doe discusses whether public schools can exclude
handicapped students from classrooms. Watson v.… read more.