Artuz v. Bennett

In 1984, after firing two bullets at police during a car chase, Tony Bruce Bennett was convicted of attempted murder... Continued

Egelhoff v. Egelhoff

David A. Egelhoff designated his wife, Donna Rae Egelhoff, as the beneficiary of a life insurance policy and a pension... Continued

Lopez v. Davis

Congress has provided the Bureau of Prisons (BOP) with the statutory authority to reduce the prison term of an inmate... Continued

Hope v. Pelzer

As an Alabama prison inmate, Larry Hope was twice handcuffed to a hitching post for disruptive conduct. Both times... Continued

Lee v. Kemna

While on trial for first-degree murder, Remon Lee planned an alibi defense. His mother, stepfather, and sister were to... Continued

Bell v. Cone

Gary Cone was tried in a Tennessee court for a 2-day crime spree that ended with the killing of an elderly couple. In... Continued

Barnes v. Gorman

Jeffrey Gorman is a paraplegic. After being arrested, he was transported to a Kansas City police station in a van that... Continued

Utah v. Evans

In conducting the 2000 census, the Census Bureau used "hot-deck imputation" to fill in certain gaps in its information... Continued