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Bibliography For Why Suing the Government Doesn’t Work


Below, is the bibliography for Kyle Rearden’s article titled, “Suing the Government Does Not Work: Lawsuits Are Not Useful For Securing Your Liberty”.


ACLU v. NSA, Nos. 06-2095/2140 (2007)

Oberwetter v. Hilliard & Salazar (2010)


Dobbs, et. al. v. Farrell, et. al. (2013)

121217 – civil docket (Dobbs v. Farrell)

121217 – complaint with jury demand (Dobbs v. Farrell)

130618 – order (Dobbs v. Farrell)

130625 – agreed stipulation of dismissal with prejudice (Dobbs v. Farrell)

130625 – order of dismissal (Dobbs v. Farrell)

130626 – order (Dobbs v. Farrell)


Eckert v. Hidalgo & Deming (2014)

131025 – Plaintiff’s Motion for Partial Summary (David Eckert v. City of Deming, et. al.)

140102 – Settlement Agreement & Release of All Claims (David Eckert v. City of Deming, et. al.)


Miller v. City of Post Falls, et. al. (2014)

131126 – complaint for damages and demand for jury trial (Miller v. Post Falls)

131205 – civil docket (Miller v. Post Falls)

140729 – stipulation regarding defense psycological exam (Miller v. Post Falls)

140730 – order regarding defense psychological exam (Miller v. Post Falls)

140813 – minute entry for settlement conference (Miller v. Post Falls)

141020 – order for dismissal with prejudice (Miller v. Post Falls)

141020 – stipulation for dismissal with prejudice (Miller v. Post Falls)


Genovese v. Town of Southampton (2014)

100729 – civil docket (Genovese v. Town of Southampton)

100729 – complaint and demand for jury trial (Genovese v. Town of Southampton)

141222 – Jury Verdict (Genovese v. Town of Southampton)


Jewel v. NSA, No.08-04373 (2015)

150210 – Jewel v. NSA

 

 

 

 

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