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    • Good Morning, Brethren Rat!

    • Supreme Court justices;
    • Editorial cartoon by Ray Osrin of two Supreme Court justices one of whom is saying to the other "Good morning, Breteren Rat!" This cartoon was created during the Burger Court and is most likely related to a book written by Bob Woodward and Scott...
    • Opinion of the Supreme Court of Ohio

    • Search and seizures; Dollree Mapp; Fourth Amendment
    • Opinion of the Supreme Court of Ohio. Although four out of seven Justices agreed that Ohio's antiobscenity statute is unconstitutional, they are bound to uphold the decision of the Eighth District Court of Appeals of Ohio due to a technicality in...
    • A victory for special-ed families

    • Advocacy; Autism; Parma City School District; Special Education; Winkelman, Jacob
    • Plain Dealer (5/26/2007): "On Monday the justices overwhelmingly agreed that federal laws regarding special education explicitly grant parents the right to challenge school districts' actions - and that such rights extend directly into the...
    • U.S. backs parents in court bid for son

    • Advocacy; Autism; Parma City School District; Special Education; Winkelman, Jacob
    • Plain Dealer (9/23/06): "They can act as lawyers, justices are told." "Lawyers for the federal government are urging the U.S. Supreme Court to let a Parma couple [Jeff and Sandee Winkelman] represent their autistic son in court to improve his...
    • "First Monday in October," official portrait

    • Cleveland Play House (Organization : Cleveland, Ohio); Cleveland Play House (Cleveland, Ohio : Building : Euclid : 1927- ); Francis Drury Theatre (Cleveland, Ohio); Lawrence, Jerome, 1915-2004; Lee, Robert Edwin, 1918-1994; Lawrence, Jerome,...
    • "The United States Supreme Court as seen in 'First Monday in October' opening at the Cleveland Play House Friday posed for its official potrait. The Justices are played by, from left, top: Ben Letter, Earl Keyes, Howard Renensland and Jean Arthur....

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