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Hanton v. Kennedy

U.S.
Feb 23, 1987
479 U.S. 1103 (1987)

Summary

finding that there was “no correlation between the ordinances and crime prevention and that the time restrictions on canvassing do not deter or prevent crime”

Summary of this case from Ohio Citizen Action v. City of Englewood

Opinion

No. 86-982.

February 23, 1987.


ORDER

C.A. 6th Cir. Motion of respondents for leave to proceed in forma pauperis granted. Certiorari denied. Reported below: 797 F. 2d 297.


Summaries of

Hanton v. Kennedy

U.S.
Feb 23, 1987
479 U.S. 1103 (1987)

finding that there was “no correlation between the ordinances and crime prevention and that the time restrictions on canvassing do not deter or prevent crime”

Summary of this case from Ohio Citizen Action v. City of Englewood
Case details for

Hanton v. Kennedy

Case Details

Full title:HANTON v. KENNEDY ET AL

Court:U.S.

Date published: Feb 23, 1987

Citations

479 U.S. 1103 (1987)

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