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Hess, 317 U.S. 537 (1943), this Court had held that the False Claims Act's $2000 penalty provision was civil, not criminal, and therefore did not implicate the Double Jeopardy clause.
The court nevertheless found this case distinguishable on its facts from Hess, because "(t)he penalty imposed in Hess was approximately equal to the actual loss sustained by the government" (App., infra, at 4a).
Although "(t)he penalty imposed in Hess was approximately equal to the actual loss sustained by the government" (App., infra, 4a; see Hess, 317 U.S. at 540), this Court's decision did not in any way turn on the amount of damages inflicted on the government in that particular case.
www.usdoj.gov /osg/briefs/1987/sg870202.txt   (4452 words)

  Marcus - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Marcus is a male given name of Latin origin.
Marcus is probably derived from the Etruscan given name Marce, which may be related to the name of the god Mars.
Marcus was also one of Xena's lovers from Xena Warrior Princess play by Bobby Hosea.
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 Delmar Learning Companion
Hess is closer to the point, but it, too, does not preclude the District Court's judgment.
Because the defendants in Hess had been punished in a prior criminal proceeding (as Mitchell had not), the Court faced a further double jeopardy problem: whether (as in the instant case) the second sanction was barred because it constituted a second punishment.
Rather, we hold merely that in determining whether a particular civil sanction constitutes criminal punishment, it is the purposes actually served by the sanction in question, not the underlying nature of the proceeding giving rise to the sanction, that must be evaluated.
www.delmarlearning.com /companions/content/0766854558/resources/ch18_2a.asp   (4129 words)

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The district court erred in attempting to distinguish Hess on the basis of the perceived disproportionality of the penalty in this case.
/11/ If Hess was not sufficient to make clear that the Court had held the $2000-per-false-claim penalty to be a civil remedy in general, and not just in cases involving demonstrated large losses to the government, then the opinion in Rex Trailer cleared away any remaining doubt.
Hess, 317 U.S. at 552 (stressing "the inherent difficulty of choosing a proper specific sum which would give full restitution").
www.usdoj.gov /osg/briefs/1988/sg880448.txt   (6524 words)

 Mel Lastman Square, Estonia, Marcus Hess
Hess, who plays volleyball with Vaido on Wednesday evenings, says his friend is "a prince".
Hess donned his skates, but because he would have to push Maiki in her wheelchair, he asked the skaters whether they would mind, and was told no.
Demanding answers from a series of bureaucrats, Hess was told that wheelchairs on municipal rinks pose a liability issue and that with amalgamation, not all municipalities have the same insurance policies.
www.canadafreepress.com /2000/0002a4.htm   (907 words)

 FindLaw for Legal Professionals - Case Law, Federal and State Resources, Forms, and Code
In Hess, electrical contractors were indicted for defrauding the Government by bidding collusively on public-works projects.
Hess, 317 U.S. Rather, we hold merely that in determining whether a particular civil sanction constitutes criminal punishment, it is the purposes actually served by the sanction in question, not the underlying nature of the proceeding giving rise to the sanction, that must be evaluated.
Johnson, 467 U.S. On the other hand, when the Government already has imposed a criminal penalty and seeks to impose additional punishment in a second proceeding, the Double Jeopardy Clause protects against the possibility that the Government is seeking the second punishment because it is dissatisfied with the sanction obtained in the first proceeding.
caselaw.lp.findlaw.com /scripts/getcase.pl?court=us&vol=490&invol=435   (5053 words)

 Markus Hess Summary
Hess was recruited by the KGB to be an international spy with the objective of securing U.S. military information for the Soviets.
Hess was able to attack 400 U.S. military computers by using LBL to “piggyback” to ARPANET and MILNET.
Hess was found guilty of espionage and was sentenced to a one to three year prison sentence.
www.bookrags.com /Markus_Hess   (1396 words)

 MARCUS, Rudolph Arthur
His published papers from 1956 to 1965 delineate the so-called Marcus theory, in which equations predict electron energy transfer rates.
Except as otherwise permitted by written agreement, uses of the work inconsistent with U.S. and applicable foreign copyright and related laws are prohibited.
Hitler's most trusted official and friend, Rudolf Hess, crash-landed a stolen plane in Scotland on this day in 1941, in an inexplicable effort to negotiate.
www.history.com /encyclopedia.do?articleId=215777   (534 words)

 OSCN Found Document:UNITED STATES v. BORNSTEIN, 423 U.S. 303 (1976)
Hess, 317 U.S. The precise issue presented here is whether the subcontractor should be liable for each claim submitted by its prime contractor or whether it should be liable only for certain identifiable acts that it itself committed.
Hess simply approved the result reached by the District Court which had found that "in each project there was a single, false, or fraudulent claim." 41 F. Supp.
[423 U.S. The Hess case, therefore, in no way stands for the proposition that the number of forfeitures is inevitably measured by the number of contracts involved in a case.
www.oscn.net /applications/oscn/DeliverDocument.asp?CiteID=430345   (5563 words)

 S. R. 99-345
Hess, 317 U.S. 537 (1943)-as are all Medicare claims submitted by or on behalf of a physician who is ineligible to participate in the program.
Hess, 317 U.S. 537 (1943), the Government contended that an action brought by an informer who based his civil action on a criminal indictment should be barred under the provisions of the False Claims Act because he brought no information of his own to the suit, thereby thwarting the spirit of the act.
Hess had actually performed an independent investigation or merely copied a criminal indictment in order to bring his suit, was never reached by the Court.
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Hess, 317 U.S., involved a provision of the False Claims Act, R. 231, essentially the equivalent of 26 (b) (1).
On this record it cannot be said that the measure of recovery fixed by Congress in the Act is so unreasonable or excessive that it transformed what was clearly intended as a civil remedy into a criminal penalty.
Hess, holding this provision to provide a compensatory civil remedy, was decided on January 18, 1943.
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 Marcus Hess Biography | World of Computer Science
Hess operated like a burglar who goes from one house to another attempting to find an unlocked door.
On March 2, 1989, Marcus Hess was arrested at the apartment.
Hess and two other West Germans, Peter Carl and Kirk Otto Brezinski, who were also reportedly members of the Chaos Computer Club, were formally charged with selling software, military computer passwords, and other sensitive data to the KGB--the Soviet intelligence agency.
www.bookrags.com /biography/marcus-hess-wcs   (773 words)

 The Gardens of Frau Hess: review on TheaterMania.com
Based on a historical footnote, The Gardens of Frau Hess is playwright Milton F. Marcus' imagining of the relationship between Ilse Hess and her Jewish gardener, Isaac.
Isaac, a former professor of botany, is released from the Mauthausen concentration camp in order to help Frau Hess "purify" her beautiful garden by ridding it of all non-German plants; she considers the action silly, but must comply.
Marcus has set up a situation brimming with possibility, and he does do a lot with it.
www.theatermania.com /content/news.cfm/story/1381   (846 words)

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Jeopardy refers to the risk that is traditionally associated '"with actions intended to authorize criminal punishment to vindicate public justice.'" Breed, 421 U.S. at 529, citing United States ex rel Marcus v.
Hess, 317 U.S. Criminal punishment cannot be imposed without the constitutional proceedings which safeguard the rights to a fair trial and a trial by jury.
Imposing a criminal punishment based upon a juvenile court proceeding violates the right to a trial by jury under the sixth amendment to the United States Constitution and Article 10 of the Vermont Constitution.
www.defgen.state.vt.us /bbank/BRIEFS93/JG.HTM   (1778 words)

 News Information
Teresa Hess says, "Contemplative and private moments are extremely important to me. I try to achieve this sense of stillness in my art, to find that peace through the act of creating.
Janet T. Marcus calls the body of her work "The Spirit of Woman." "I hand sew, hand bead and hand dye these women into existence," Ms.
Marcus earned a master of business administration from Xavier University and a bachelor of fine arts from the University of Cincinnati.
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 Raleigh Ensemble Players | Current Show   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
It's infused with a kind of desperate surrealism, as Marcus introduces us to his two characters, who are at once prototypes and victims of the off-kilter society that Germany has somehow turned into.
Frau Hess is proud and aristocratic and elegant, a vestige of an extinct social order where racial/religious bigotry melded seamlessly with noblesse oblige: it is sheer, cold detachment--not rabid hatred--that she feels for a Jew like Baum.
Frau Hess orders him out of his filthy prison clothes and into the shower, and Baum thinks nothing of stripping naked in front of her; neither does she, and in a way that's all we need to know about both of them.
www.realtheatre.org /pages/frauhess2003.htm   (558 words)

 Harless Homepage - Person Page 413
She was the daughter of Hiram Hess and Mary Fitzwater.
Marcus P. Keffer married Bell Lowers 20 May 1918 at Roane County, West Virginia.
Marcus P. Keffer died 2 February 1946 at Clover, Roane County, West Virginia.
www.genealogy-quest.com /Harless-Homepage/tree/p413.htm   (1226 words)

 Supreme Court ONE LOT EMERALD CUT STONES v. UNITED STATES, 409 U.S. 232 (1972)
Hess, 317 U.S. Forfeiture under 1497 is a civil sanction.
Hess, supra, at 549-550; Rex Trailer Co. v.
United States, 350 U.S. Moreover, it cannot be said that the measure of recovery fixed by Congress in 1497 is so unreasonable or excessive that it transforms what was clearly intended as a civil remedy into a criminal penalty.
www.fear.org /emerald.html   (1462 words)

Det kan ju vara så att Marcus Hess i Köpenhamn, Anders Hess i Helsingör, Rasmus Hess i Malmö och kaniken Nils Henriksson Hess i Bergen var bröder.
Både Hans og Marcus hadde mange forretningar i Noreg.
Nils Henriksson Hess skal ifølge Gert Henrikssøn Miltzow: Presbyterologia Norgwegico Wos—Hardangriana, ex Variis and vetustis hinc cumcura observatis and conq visitis monumentis, membranis, Chartis, Schedis, Adversariis and MSS.is, prout haberi potest, eruta and adornata.
genealogi.aland.net /discus/messages/22540/19396.html?1114204205   (765 words)

Marcus:            The question is whether the notice actually was correct.
Marcus:            That is the actual notification to the public.
A public hearing was held to consider an application submitted by Robert Wixom and John Hess of 825 Washington St. Apt #1A, Hoboken NJ, who were asking for a variance to Section 754.1 of the Town of Dryden Zoning Ordinance.
www.dryden.ny.us /ZBA10-2-01.htm   (1176 words)

 Metromix. 'Garden' of thorny issues   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
From a promising historical fact—Frau Hess did, indeed, interview several replacement gardeners while her own man was off fighting the bad fight—Marcus concocted a story in which Frau Hess and a fictional Jewish prisoner, Isaac Baum, become bosom pals and, nearly, lovers.
From the first encounter between Frau Hess (Kate Harris, all steely flirtations and sudden, Iron Maiden mood swings) and Isaac Baum (Tim Curtis, quick with the wry comebacks, but awfully busy every second), plausibilty is gone with the wind.
The Hess' living room is depicted in spare but realistic period detail, yet the walls enclosing it, as well as the guest bedroom, are made of prison bars and chain-link fence.
metromix.chicagotribune.com /stage/mmx-g8a1td3if.14may30,0,3316854.story   (553 words)

 Seal 1 v. Seal A
Brian C. Leighton, Clovis, California, Stephanie R. Marcus, Department of Justice, Washington, D.C., and James A. Moody, Washington, D.C., for the plaintiffs-appellants.
Hess, 317 U.S. In Marcus, the Supreme Court held that a private plaintiff might bring a qui tam action under the FCA, as it then existed, even though his knowledge of fraud was gained from a government criminal indictment.
In reaction to Marcus, Congress amended the FCA in 1943 to bar jurisdiction over qui tam suits that were "based on evidence or information the government had when the action was brought." 31 U.S.C. § 3730(b)(4) (1982) (superseded).
www.law.com /regionals/ca/opinions/jul/9856447.shtml   (3661 words)

 Gamble v. Department of Water and Power
As Division Three of our court put it when interpreting another part of section 1038, "' [i]f ever we are justified in reading a statute, not narrowly as through a keyhole, but in the broad light of the evils it aimed at and the good it hoped for, it is here.' " (Curtis v.
Hess (1943) 317 U.S. 537, 557; and see Hoover Community Hotel Development Corp. v.
Since we must reverse for that reason, we do not reach the Department' s contention that the trial court was wrong on the merits.
www.law.com /regionals/ca/opinions/mar/b152079.shtml   (1656 words)

 Talkin' Broadway Off-Broadway - The Gardens of Frau Hess - 4/29/01
But, not to worry, Frau Hess tells us in an extensive monologue that the glass doesn't mean very much since it was stolen from the Russians and is not really German.
This improbable two-person play is a fictionalized account of the imagined relationship between the lonely, socially ostracized Ilse Hess and one of the Jewish slave/gardeners she requisitioned from a German concentration camp.
Historically, Rudolph Hess, Ilse's husband and the Deputy Leader of the Third Reich, flew to England without the approval of Adolph Hitler in 1941.
www.talkinbroadway.com /ob/4_29_01.html   (687 words)

Skillful hackers like Marcus Hess, who was working for the KGB, cover their tracks so that a simple ‘finger’ command does not provide much information.
Hess apparently sold their techniques as well: how to break into VAX computers; which networks to use when crossing the Atlantic; details on how Milnet operates.
Hess was found guilty of espionage on 15 Feb 1990 and received one- to two- year sentence.
members.fortunecity.com /legionofethicalhacking/reference/other/BackHacking.htm   (8317 words)

Eventually, the German authorities were able to break in and catch Marcus Hess in the act.
Hess was found guilty of espionage and received a one to three year prison sentence.
When Hess was captured in the act, the nexus between him and his activities was firmly established.
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 North Jersey Media Group providing local news, sports & classifieds for Northern New Jersey!
Neiman Marcus Group Inc. announced Monday that it has agreed to sell its chain of luxury department stores to Texas Pacific Group and Warburg Pincus for about $5.1 billion in cash.
Neiman Marcus has been a star performer in the luxury arena, whose customers have not been vulnerable to high gasoline prices and job worries.
Gerald Celente, director of The Trends Research Institute, said the acquisition of Neiman Marcus was "a very low-risk play" for the two buyout firms.
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 Mt. Carmel Lutheran Church, San Luis Obispo, ELCA
Explains Interim Pastor Marcus Hess, who currently heads the congregation, "There could be no better way to honor the church's heritage than to declare its life-giving presence in outreach to suffering people."
The original sanctuary building is now a multi-purpose room, housing community activities from choir and musical practices to Summer Vacation Bible Camp to homeless shelter overflow for the families, women and children of the EOC Homeless Shelter Services.
Currently, ELCA Interim Pastor Hess heads Mt. Carmel's congregation, which is searching for a new lead pastor.
www.mtcarmelslo.org /member_news_06/50th.html   (945 words)

 Running Through Life the Parkour Way | Culture & Lifestyle | Deutsche Welle | 06.09.2005
A small but highly dedicated group of athletes is working hard to promote a form of urban activity known simply as "Parkour." The main obstacle in their path is to communicate the true nature of the game.
While today Parkour is largely the domain of stunt professionals, Kalteis, together with co-Parkourist Sandra Hess and her brother Marcus Hess, want to bring their discipline to the masses.
Bildunterschrift: Großansicht des Bildes mit der Bildunterschrift: Sandra Hess und Andreas Kalteis, Parkour promotersThe Hess siblings and Kalteis are hopeful that the new organization PAWA, together with their Germany tour, will show a broader audience what Parkour is all about and dispel some misconceptions.
www.dw-world.de /dw/article/0,1564,1701098,00.html   (918 words)

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