What about denying
inmates access to their lawyers?
First, due process does not shield officers from discipline for falsely denying
communion to pro-choice politicians may be only part of a more extensive approach to persuading politicians to fail in line with church teachings.
The Pope's recent addition to canon law does not establish a specific penalty for denying
truths of the second level.
a business deduction for interest paid on tax underpayments would exact real, permanent, and deleterious cost from taxpayers, the proposal would increase government revenues in the first fiscal year primarily by virtue of its pre-effective date, in terrorem consequences and, thus, represents little more than a "quick fix" budget gimmick.
the taxpayer's claims, the court in Continental Vending first noted that Fahs was distinguishable because the debt was a secured obligation.
Caiaphas was the second heretic, the first Arian, denying
Someone convinced of the essential harmlessness of homosexuality might simply ask about same-sex marriage, "Why not?" and get replies from the establishment to the effect of "It's just not done, you know," or It will never play in Peoria." But a cogent answer to the question would have to show that there is some compelling state interest that justifies denying
to homosexuals fundamental civil rights enjoyed by heterosexuals.
the taxpayer's request, the Court of Appeals did not disagree with this interpretation of the statute, but noted that the Tax Court had not denied his original claim because he "had reason to know" of the understatement.
A state prisoner who had a history of substance abuse brought an action for prospective injunctive relief against state parole officials, alleging that the parole authority followed an unwritten policy of automatically denying
parole to prisoners with substance abuse histories, in violation of the American with Disabilities Act (ADA).
By providing this post-deprivation remedy, and then denying
claims pursued under it when a statute is later found unconstitutional, the state engages in what amounts to a "bait-and-switch" tactic, rendering the post-deprivation remedy meaningless.
In this case the Gay 90's, a Minneapolis bar accused of denying
entry to the plaintiffs because they were not gay, lesbian, or bisexual.
The appeals court noted denying
an inmate the use of certain electronic equipment does not impose a significant hardship, nor do restrictions on canteen purchases or the types of purchases and personal property allowed.
The inmate alleged that the sheriff carried out a policy of denying
or delaying needed medical care for cost-savings reasons.
The district court noted that a prisoner may be denied out-of-cell exercise under what is termed a "safety exception,' hut that a blanket policy denying
such prisoners any opportunity for out-of-cell exercise could not be justified.