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Chicago v. Morales

Docket No.: 97-1121
Argued: December 9, 1998
Decided: June 10, 1999

Topics:

Due Process, Due Process, Miscellaneous, Article I, Bill of Rights, Due Process, Equal Protection Clause, First Amendment, Fourteenth Amendment, Fourth Amendment, copyright, murder, probable cause, public schools

Petitioner: Chicago
Respondent: Morales

Court Below: THE SUPREME COURT OF ILLINOIS
Supreme Court Docket


527 U.S. 41 (1999)
Question:

Does Chicago's Gang Congregation Ordinance, which prohibits "criminal street gang members" from loitering in public places, violate the Due Process Clause of the Fourteenth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution?

Chicago v. Morales
ORAL ARGUMENT

December 09, 1998

Holding: affirmed
Decision: Decision: 6 votes for Morales, 3 vote(s) against
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