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Albright v. Oliver

Docket No.: 92-833
Argued: October 12, 1993
Decided: January 24, 1994

Topics:

Due Process, Civil Rights, Civil Rights Acts, Liability, Bill of Rights, Civil Procedure, Constitutional Law, Double Jeopardy, Due Process, Eighth Amendment, Fifth Amendment, Fourteenth Amendment, Fourth Amendment, Section 1983, Sixth Amendment, absolute immunity, criminal procedure, patent, privacy, probable cause, qualified immunity, search and seizure, searches and seizures, self-incrimination

Petitioner: Albright
Respondent: Oliver et al.

Court Below: THE UNITED STATES COURT OF APPEALS FOR THE SEVENTH CIRCUIT
Supreme Court Docket


510 U.S. 266 (1994)
Question:

Can a citizen prosecuted without probable cause obtain relief under 42 U.S.C. 1983 for the deprivation of substantive due process rights?

Albright v. Oliver
ORAL ARGUMENT

October 12, 1993

Holding: affirmed
Decision: Decision: 7 votes for Oliver, 2 vote(s) against
Opinion By:
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