Price v. United States (1995) was a lawsuit concerning the ownership of certain artwork seized by the United States in Germany in the aftermath of World War II.


Price v. United States, 174 U.S. 373 (1899). Price v. United States. No. 947. Argued April 19, 1899. Decided May 16, 1899. 174 U.S. 373. Syllabus. Under the Act ...


A case in which the Court held that Price and the other defendants violate federal law when they murdered three men on June 21, 1964.


174 U.S. 373 (19 S.Ct. 765, 43 L.Ed. 1011). PRICE v. UNITED STATES et al. No. 247. Decided: May 15, 1899. opinion, BREWER [HTML]. This case comes to us ...


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Apr 12, 2019 ... UNITED STATES V. PRICE. Opinion by Judge Wardlaw;. Concurrence by Judge Gilman. SUMMARY***. Criminal Law. The panel affirmed a ...


Jul 25, 2011 ... Mr. Walter D. Price, pro se. On petition for writ of certiorari to the United States Circuit Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit. For opinion below ...


Case opinion for US Supreme Court ATLANTIC RICHFIELD CO. v. ... the attributes of a minimum-price-fixing scheme, USA still would not have suffered antitrust ...