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Case opinion for US 9th Circuit UNITED STATES v. CERVANTES. Read the Court's full decision on FindLaw.


For Fourth Amendment purposes, mandatory supervision is more akin to parole than probation. While defendant served the last year of his sentence on mandatory supervision, he agreed to submit to warrantless, suspicionless searches of his person, his residence, and any premises under his control. At issue was whether ...


Johnston v. United States. Argued May 2-3, 1956. Decided May 21, 1956. 351 U.S. 215. Syllabus. These registrants under the Universal Military Training and Service Act were classified as conscientious objectors and were ordered by their local draft boards to report for civilian work at state hospitals located in judicial ...