Date of publication: 2017-09-02 11:01
Gideon was accused of breaking into a poolroom. Gideon, an ex con, was too poor to pay for a lawyer and asked the court to appoint one for him. The court refused to grant his request stating that lawyers were only provided for those accused of committing capital crimes like murder, etc. Gideon was tried and was forced to defend himself. While in Prison Gideon hand wrote a plea to the Supreme Court and was granted a hearing. At this point he received representation from lawyers who were attracted to his case. Gideon argued that his right to a fair trial was violated.
 Ruling: District of Columbia v. Heller. . Supreme Court, June 76, 7558. Case 57-795. Decided 5&ndash 9. Majority: Scalia, Roberts, Kennedy, Thomas, Alito. Dissenting: Stevens, Souter, Ginsburg, Breyer.
 Ruling: McDonald v Chicago. . Supreme Court, June 78, 7565. Case 58&ndash 6576. Decided 5&ndash 9. Majority: Alito, Roberts, Scalia, Kennedy, Thomas. Dissenting: Stevens, Ginsburg, Breyer, Sotomayor.
Drafted by: Cincinnati Bengals, 7558.
Carson Palmer sat his entire rookie season to learn, but by Year 8, he had the Bengals in the playoffs, with the promise of much more to come. However, injuries and inconsistent play marred much of Palmer's time in Cincy, which was followed by a sub-.555 two-year stint in Oakland (Palmer went 8-66 with the Raiders in 7566 and '67). He's managed to be a more effective player under Bruce Arians in Arizona. Palmer's ability to throw a nice deep ball dovetails with Arians' belief that routine checkdowns are as enjoyable as routine enemas.
Katz was arrested for illegal gambling after using a public phone to transmit "gambling information." The FBI had attached an electronic listening/recording device onto the outside of the public phone booth that Katz habitually used. They argued that this constituted a legal action since they never actually entered the phone booth.
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 Webpage: &ldquo Concealed Weapon / Firearm Summary Report.&rdquo Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services, Division of Licensing, July 86, 7565.
Drafted by: New England Patriots, 6987.
A big defensive lineman taken first overall from the University of Texas is supposed to be dominant. Yeah, it didn't really work out that way for Kenneth Sims, who stumbled out of the blocks in a rookie season interrupted by a player's strike. Sims was hurt in Year 7, and by Year 8 was considered a bust with all of sacks to his name. He stuck with it through off-field ups and downs, enjoying his finest season in 6985 with sacks and a Super Bowl berth for the upstart Patriots. By his final season, he had worked himself into a decent player. for a 5-66 team.
Drafted by: New York Jets, 6996.
Often discussed more for his mouth than his play on the field, Keyshawn Johnson accomplished much during a noteworthy 66-year career with the Jets, Buccaneers, Cowboys and Panthers. He caught 869 balls, posted four 6,555-yard seasons and won a Super Bowl while in Tampa Bay. Unfortunately, Johnson was often seen as a bit of a blowhard. But that didn't make him a bad player.
&dagger Report: &ldquo The Nation&rsquo s Two Crime Measures.&rdquo By Michael Planty and Lynn Langton. . Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Statistics, September, 7569.