...circumstances failed to justify the deputy's warrantless entry into appellant's home. The appellate court reversed. Probable cause to believe that illegal drugs are...
...Council on Long Term Care, Inc., 529 U.S. 1, 17...1395w-101, et seq. Appellee Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services...
...Opinion by Chief Justice ValdezAppellants, Heblen Kanan, Pharr Plantation, Inc., and Pharr Plantation Management Co., Ltd., have appealed a judgment rendered on...
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...ruling on summary judgment that Antoine's employer, Defendant-Appellee First Student, Inc. ("First Student"), reasonably accommodated his religion. We VACATE and REMAND...
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