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Hirabayashi v. United States, 320 U.S. 81 (1943), was a case in which the United States ... The plaintiff, Gordon Hirabayashi, was convicted of violating the curfew and had appealed to the Supreme Court. ... Six weeks later, however, public opinion turned against Japanese Americans, as the press and other Americans ...

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Gordon v. United States, 344 U.S. 414 (1953). Gordon v. United States. No. 182 ... of such conflicting written statements in the possession of the Government.

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Gordon, administrator of Fisher, presented a petition in the Court of Claims of the United States, for damages done to him by troops of our government in the war ...

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Facts. The Defendants, as partners in a business, were convicted for violating a law against selling items on credit based on the actions taken by an employee in  ...

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Gordon v. United States, 127 U.S.App. D.C. 343, 383 F.2d 936 (1967), cert. denied… ... noting that new trial was granted upon learning that the sole government ...

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A summary and case brief of Gordon v. United States, including the facts, issue, rule of law, holding and reasoning, key terms, and concurrences and dissents.

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Case opinion for US 7th Circuit GORDON v. ... Leroy Gordon, an African- American male over 40 years of age, claims that United discriminated against him ...

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Case opinion for US 4th Circuit GORDON v. United States of America, Amicus Supporting Appellant.. Read the Court's full decision on FindLaw.

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Jameson, The Origin of the Standing-Committee System in American ...... Gordon v. United States, 69 U.S. (2 Wall.) 561 (1864), has been a matter of dispute.