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 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Alexander brought the action individually, on behalf of all mothers whose fetuses had allegedly been injured in utero by the tortious acts of a third party and who were later stillborn, on behalf of her own stillborn child, and on behalf of all stillborn children who were similarly situated.
Alexander asserts a claim under 42 U.S.C. § 1983 on behalf of her stillborn child, Kaylyn Elissa, and all stillborn 10 children and fetuses, alleging that the exclusion of stillborn children and fetuses from the coverage of New Jersey's wrongful death and survival actions violates the United States Constitution.
Alexander's assertion of a constitutionally impermissible interference with a fundamental interest is grounded in her argument that stillborn children and fetuses are being denied the protection of New Jersey's tort law.
vls.law.vill.edu /locator/3d/May1997/97a1597p.txt   (7517 words)

  
 CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Alexander V
His pontificate was marked by unsuccessful efforts to reach Rome, then in control of King Ladislas of Naples, whom Alexander deprived of his kingdom in favour of Louis II of Anjou.
Bologna, the stronghold of that self-seeking adviser, he died there under circumstances which led the enemies of Cossa, who succeeded Alexander V as John XXIII, to bring before the Council of Constance the now discredited charge that he had poisoned the Pisan pope.
In the enclosed convent on the Island of S. Giulio, on Lake Orta, there is a fresco depicting Pope Alexander V enthroned, accompanied by the coat of arms of the Crusinallos and encircled by a
www.newadvent.org /cathen/01288a.htm   (809 words)

  
  Alexander v. State
Alexander contends that his conviction should be reversed because the prosecutor gave a detailed explanation during his opening statement regarding how he expected the evidence to prove that the shooting was gang-related, but during trial failed to offer evidence to support his assertions.
In addition, the State's case against Alexander was built upon the theory that he was a party to the crime, as it is undisputed that he did not fire one of the weapons.
Alexander's defense, on the other hand, was built upon the theory that he did not know that Hartry and Vasser would fire the weapons.
cl.bna.com /cl/19981216/0969.htm   (2737 words)

  
 Alexander v. Glickman   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Alexander brought suit in federal district court, claiming that Bannister's truck was improperly counted as a family asset.
The judgment amended Alexander's complaint to add a claim for retrospective relief, granted her motion for class certification, held that motor vehicles were eligible to be inaccessible resources, and stayed the execution of the judgment pending defendants' appeal.
Alexander argues, however, that the Secretary should not have applied subsection (g)(2) to calculate her household's resources, because the truck had a lien on it exceeding its fair market value.
lw.bna.com /lw/19980407/9617054.htm   (1394 words)

  
 Pope Alexander V - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
During his ten month reign, Alexander V's aim was to extend his obedience with the assistance of France, and, notably, of Duke Louis II of Anjou, upon whom he conferred the investiture of the Kingdom of Sicily, having removed it from Ladislas of Naples.
He proclaimed and promised rather than effected a certain number of reforms: the abandonment of the rights of "spoils" and "procurations," and the re-establishment of the system of canonical election in the cathedral churches and principal monasteries.
Whether Alexander V was a pope or an antipope is still a matter of debate, although he is not listed by the Vatican as a pope.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Pope_Alexander_V   (480 words)

  
 Alexander V
Alexander V soon found all nations in sympathy with him, save Spain and Scotland and some Italian cities whose interests were bound up in the legitimacy of the stubborn Benedict XIII.
Detained by Cardinal Cossa in Bologna, the stronghold of that self-seeking adviser, he died there under circumstances which led the enemies of Cossa, who succeeded Alexander V as John XXIII, to bring before the Council of Constance the now discredited charge that he had poisoned the Pisan pope.
Whether or not Alexander was a true pope is a question which canonists and historians of the Schism still discuss.
www.catholicity.com /encyclopedia/a/alexander_v.html   (790 words)

  
 Alexander v
Ronni Alexander, a 1977 graduate of Yale College, alleged that she "found it impossible to continue playing the flute and abandoned her study of the instrument, thus aborting her desired professional career," because of the repeated sexual advances, "including coerced sexual intercourse," by her flute instructor, Keith Brion.
Alexander asserts that sexual harassment by her flute instructor in a University-sponsored music program deterred her from a successful career as a flutist.
We affirm the judgment for Yale as to all of the plaintiffs.
www.faculty.piercelaw.edu /redfield/library/case-alexander.htm   (2561 words)

  
 Alexander v. Portland Natural Gas
Alexander did not work for the employer nor have earning[s] regular enough to compute his wage under subsection (A); the work he did was not seasonal; thus Mr.
Alexander contends that, once it is determined that paragraphs A, B, or C can be applied in a given situation, it is erroneous to apply paragraph D. We disagree.
Alexander could find work in a competitive labor market within his limitations for ten dollars an hour for forty hours a week, he would continue to be entitled to total compensation." We agree with PNG that this statement is erroneous on its face.
www.courts.state.me.us /opinions/documents/01me129a.htm   (2764 words)

  
 Alexander v United States
The constitutional infirmity in nearly all of our prior restraint cases involving obscene material, including those on which petitioner and the dissent rely, see post, at 12, 18-19, was that Government had seized or otherwise restrained materials suspected of being obscene without a prior judicial determination that they were in fact so.
That the RICO prosecution of Alexander involved the targeting of a particular class of unlawful speech itself suffices to distinguish the instant case from Arcara.
Alexander and the public do not have those choices here for a simple reason: The Government has destroyed the inventory.
web.utk.edu /~scheb/alexander.html   (8830 words)

  
 99-1262 -- Alexander v. United States Parole Commission -- 05/01/2000
Alexander was sentenced in 1981 to four consecutive life terms on August 28, 1981, under the former Youth Corrections Act ("YCA"), 18 U.S.C. § 5010(c) (repealed 1984), for his participation in the execution-style killing of four people, including a two-year-old child.
Alexander is incarcerated at the federal correctional institution in Sheridan, Oregon.
Alexander was previously incarcerated at the federal correctional institution in Englewood, Colorado, where he was a member of a class action which litigated the rights of prisoners sentenced under the Youth Corrections Act.
www.kscourts.org /ca10/cases/2000/05/99-1262.htm   (1513 words)

  
 Alexander v. United States (1993)
The case is remanded for the Court of Appeals to consider petitioner's claim that the forfeiture, considered atop his prison term and fine, is "excessive" within the meaning of the Excessive Fines Clause of the Eighth Amendment.
The constitutional infirmity in nearly all of our prior restraint cases involving obscene material, including those on which petitioner and the dissent rely, see post, at 12, 18-19, was that Government had seized or otherwise restrained materials suspected of being obscene without a prior judicial determination that they were in fact so.
That the RICO prosecution of Alexander involved the targeting of a particular class of unlawful speech itself suffices to distinguish the instant case from Arcara.
www.bc.edu /bc_org/avp/cas/comm/free_speech/alexander.html   (9861 words)

  
 Alexander v. Gilmore
A 12(b)(6) motion cannot be granted as a matter of law unless "it is clear that no relief could be granted under any set of facts that could prove consistent with the allegations." Id. The Court presumes all factual allegations in the complaint to be true and accords all reasonable inferences to the non-moving party.
Alexander was charged and convicted on the institutional offense of being under the influence of drugs or intoxicants.
Nor does Alexander's placement in segregation or isolation constitute a sufficiently grave deprivation to state a claim for denial of due process or infliction of cruel and unusual punishment.
www.aele.org /law/2002JBSEP/avg.html   (1514 words)

  
 Alexander v. Blue Cross(2001) * California
Alexander contends the award should have been vacated because the arbitrator exceeded his powers by refusing to deem that Blue Cross had admitted requests for admissions to which it failed to respond.
Unhappy with these results, Alexander filed a written demand for arbitration against Blue Cross, alleging that Blue Cross had breached its contract with her and was negligent in its investigation of Dr. Chen.
Alexander contends that because section 1283.05 was incorporated into the parties’ arbitration agreement, California discovery law controlled the arbitrator’s power to enforce discovery.
www.claimrep.com /laws/cases/CA/caseCaAlexander.htm   (3113 words)

  
 Alexander v. Municipality of Anchorage (12/15/00) ap-1710
Because Alexander could not use his hands to hold the telephone, it was necessary for Goldberg to stand directly next to Alexander and hold the phone to Alexander's face during the entire conversation.
Alexander in fact testified that, because of the officer's presence, he felt that he could not truthfully answer his attorney when the attorney asked him how much he had been drinking.
Here, Goldberg saw that Alexander was finding it impossible to cradle the telephone receiver between his jaw and his shoulder, yet the officer refused to unshackle Alexander's hands or even allow Alexander to move his hands to the front of his body.
touchngo.com /ap/html/ap-1710.htm   (3453 words)

  
 Personal Injury Cases: Alexander Hawes, LLP
County had also raised a statute of limitations defense that the adopting parents were on notice of the child's severe problems within one year of the adoption and clearly within three years after he was adopted.
Alexander's experience in the field of toxic injury litigation was invaluable.
Alexander actively participated in the planning, prosecution and settlement of the case.
www.alexanderlaw.com /cases.html   (6271 words)

  
 Alexander v. Inman
Neither Alexander nor Davis explained the agreement to Inman, although she admitted at trial to having read the agreement before signing it.
Alexander and Davis seem to have been the major cause for their failure to be timely paid.
Alexander died after the first trial of this case.
fl.bna.com /fl/19980714/0103.htm   (5151 words)

  
 Alexander v. United States, 509 U.S. 544 (1993).
United States, 354 U.S. And the majority is correct to note that we have upheld stringent fines and jail terms as punishments for violations of the federal obscenity laws.
Because freedoms of expression are "vulnerable to gravely damaging yet barely visible encroachments," ibid., the Government must use measures that are sensitive to First Amendment concerns in its task of regulating or punishing speech.
There we found unconvincing the argument that protected bookselling activities were burdened by the closure, saying that the owners "remain free to sell [and the public remains free to acquire] the same materials at another location." 478 U. S., at 705.
straylight.law.cornell.edu /supct/html/91-1526.ZD.html   (5375 words)

  
 India   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
The greatest of Alexander's battles in India was against Porus, one of the most powerful Indian leaders, at the river Hydaspes in July 326 B.C.E. Alexander's army crossed the heavily defended river in dramatic fashion during a violent thunderstorm to meet Porus' forces.
Alexander had ridden Bucephalus into every one of his battles in Greece and Asia, so when it died, he was grief-stricken and founded a city in his horse's name.
Alexander was extremely disappointed, but he accepted their decision and persuaded them to travel south down the rivers Hydaspes and Indus so that they might reach the Ocean on the southern edge of the world.
wso.williams.edu /~junterek/india.htm   (438 words)

  
 Alexander v. IC, No. 1-98-1628WC
Upon remand, the departing commissioner submitted an affidavit indicating she participated in oral argument and subsequent thereto she and the majority commissioner reached an agreement, which was the agreement set forth in the Commission's decision.
According to the record, Alexander was a 47 year old cement finisher with an eighth grade education.
In any event, I believe the overwhelming weight of the evidence demonstrates that not only did Alexander make his prima facie case of "odd-lot" status, which was unrebutted by the employer, he demonstrated by a preponderance of the evidence that he fell into the "odd-lot" category and was permanently and totally disabled.
www.state.il.us /court/Opinions/IndCommn/2000/1stDistrict/June/HTML/1981628.htm   (3237 words)

  
 Alexander V. Shishlov   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Alexander Shishlov, Member of the Federal Bureau of YABLOKO party, Russia, spoke at the conference on YABLOKO’s view of the problems of developing democracy in Russia.
Alexander Shishlov: One of the main reasons behind YABLOKO's demand to dismiss the Cabinet is the refusal of the government to increase wages to teachers and doctors
Alexander SHISHLOV, Chairman of the State Duma Committee for Education and Science, tells MN's Andrei Stepanov about possible ways of resolving the problems of wage arrears and increasing teachers' salaries.
www.eng.yabloko.ru /People/Shish/shishlov.html   (2386 words)

  
 Alexander v Sandoval decision
As a recipient of federal financial assistance, the Alabama Department of Public Safety (Department), of which petitioner Alexander is the Director, is subject to Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.
The Alabama Department of Public Safety (Department), of which petitioner James Alexander is the Director, accepted grants of financial assistance from the United States Department of Justice (DOJ) and Department of Transportation (DOT) and so subjected itself to the restrictions of Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, 78 Stat.
Sometimes the suggestion is so strong that it precludes a finding of congressional intent to create a private right of action, even though other aspects of the statute (such as language making the would-be plaintiff "a member of the class for whose benefit the statute was enacted") suggest the contrary.
bss.sfsu.edu /naff/PA760/alexander_v_sandoval_full_decision.htm   (12716 words)

  
 Welcome to the Sullivan Burgess Family Tree @ www.sandisullivan.com
Alexander Laughlin was born in 1756 in the province of Stirlingshire, Scotland.
Alexander was likely a descendant of Maclauchlan of Auchintroig, in the shire of Stirling, this branch of the clan dating back to 1394.
Alexander Laughlen (grandson of the pioneer), eldest son of John Laughlin, was given the old homestead and he later sold or traded it to Harriet R. Booth by deed dated October 24, 1836.
www.sandisullivan.com /Laughlen.htm   (7205 words)

  
 Encyclopedia: V. Alexander Stefan
In 1991 V. Stefan became a naturalized citizen of the United States.
Alexander Stefan is the author of Doctor Faustef - a novel about Doctor Faustef in search for human immortality.
Stefan was born in Skopje, Macedonia (Former Yugoslavia) into a Serb family of intellectuals.V. Alexander Stefan was raised in the family of his grandfather (the father of his mother Rosanda) Stefan Radosavov Popovich - a prominent citizen of Podgorica, originally from Medun near Podgorica, Montenegro.
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/V.-Alexander-Stefan   (2398 words)

  
 RICHARD L. ALEXANDER v. BOARDCASTING BOARD OF GOVERNORS - DC-0752-01-0160-I-1   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Department of the Army, 18 M.S.P.R. In Cook, the appellant was charged with excessive absenteeism and non‑availability for work, a charge which was, for all intents and purposes, the same as the one here.  Id.
Department of the Navy, 24 M.S.P.R. 50, 53 and n.1 (1984); Williams v.
U.S. Postal Service, 70 M.S.P.R. The FPM provision adopted in Cook states in pertinent part: “The one exception to the general rule which recent appellate decisions have upheld is that adverse action may be taken based on a record of excessive unscheduled leave without pay (LWOP) when three criteria are met.” FPM ch.
www.mspb.gov /decisions/2004/alexander_dc010160i1.html   (2382 words)

  
 OSCN Found Document:ALEXANDER v. JAMES
The 80 acres is situated within or surrounded by a larger tract of 620 acres at all material times owned by the daughter.
Thompson, 191 Okla. 450, 130 P.2d 513; Sticelber v.
Bettis, 180 Okla. 193, 69 P.2d 346; Finley and Loller v.
www.oscn.net /applications/oscn/DeliverDocument.asp?CiteID=2546   (1520 words)

  
 LibraryLaw Blog: More on libraries as dangerous places - a vile and malicious lawsuit
Alexander is currently incarcerated for criminal confinement and child molesting.
Alexander alleges that because they did not stop him while he was casing the library, "an innocent boy was victimized as well as the State of Indiana, St. Joseph County, and myself Ladell Alexander." Complaint at 7.
Alexander molested a little boy in a St. Joseph County, Indiana library, and was...
blog.librarylaw.com /librarylaw/2004/12/alexander_v_dbs.html   (1167 words)

  
 Alexander v. INS
Petitioner Roger Alexander, named Roger Alexander Hobbs at birth, was born in Great Britain on February 13, 1945, son of Sarah Hobbs and, he alleges, Floyd Alexander, an American serviceman.
Roger was unaware of his true father until 1968, when he discovered that the man whom he believed to be his father had died in 1943.
That order was appealed to the Board of Immigration Appeals; on June 9, 1992 the Board dismissed the Alexanders' appeal, holding that Roger had not met the statutory requirements for derivative citizenship under 8 U.S.C. §§ 1401 and 1409.
www.law.emory.edu /1circuit/jan96/92-1735.01a.html   (1514 words)

  
 02-847
Nonetheless, the circuit court held that a reference in a rule-against-perpetuities clause to "the last survivor of my issue on the date of my death" was sufficient mention of Sean as a member of a class to remove him from the status of a pretermitted child under section 28-39-407(b).
On June 4, 2001, Appellant Charmaine Alexander, as guardian of Sean Alexander, petitioned the probate court for a determination of Sean's heirship as a pretermitted child pursuant to Ark. Code Ann.
In so holding, we reiterated that the purpose of the pretermitted-child statute is not to interfere with the testator's right to dispose of property, but to avoid the inadvertent or unintentional omission of a child unless the will expresses an intent to disinherit.
courts.state.ar.us /opinions/2002b/20021219/02-847.html   (2239 words)

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