The following are some landmark cases that we should become familiar with. These files are listed in reverse alphabetical order. [Don't ask me why. I don't know!]
- Weisman Authority of Law - Sample Case
- US v Williams
- US v Ceeek Nation
- U.S.A. vs Garland
- U.S. vs. Reorganized CF
- U.S. vs Bisceglia
- The Frog Farm FAQ
- Stump -v- Sparkman
- Stmp v Sparkman absolue immunity
- Security State Bank vs. Commissioner of Internal Revenue
- Ryder v US
- Reich v. Bosco,
- Patton vs. U.S.A
- Olmstead v U.S.
- Nordby Supply company vs. U.S
- Motor Fuel Carriers, Inc. vs. U.S
- Miranda v. Arizona
- Martiono -v- Twn of Hyde Park Republican Committee
- Martin v. Hunter's Lessee
- Marbury v Madison
- Lucchese v Rotella
- Laing vs US et al.
- Juvenile Shoe Corporation vs. U.S
- Jay, J Separate Opinion
- Francisco v. Borden
- Eisner v Macomber
- Duryea v McNab
- DeCamilla v. Connery 1964
- Boyd v U S
- Bobs case
- Bell v Kirwan
- Bauman v. Fusco 1965
- Bank One v Commissioner of Internal Revenue
- Attorney Generals Memo
- Ashline v. Haley 1961
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Merrion V Jicarilla Apache Tribe - Sovereignty
Most important, petitioners and the dissent confuse the Tribe's role as commercial partner with its role as sovereign. 146*146 This confusion relegates the powers of sovereignty to the bargaining process undertaken in each of the sovereign's commercial agreements. It is one thing to find that the Tribe has agreed to sell the right to use the land and take from it valuable minerals; it is quite another to find that the Tribe has abandoned its sovereign powers simply because it has not expressly reserved them through a contract. Merrion v. Jicarilla Apache Tribe, 455 U.S. 130 (1982)