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Melka Marine, Inc. v. U.S.

U.S.
Apr 3, 2000
529 U.S. 1053 (2000)

Summary

finding that an ordinance which required nude dancers to perform at least ten feet away from patrons was content-neutral because it targeted "secondary effects" of "prostitution, drug dealing, and other criminal activity"

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Opinion

No. 99-1134.

April 3, 2000.


C.A. Fed. Cir. Certiorari denied. Reported below: 187 F. 3d 1370.


Summaries of

Melka Marine, Inc. v. U.S.

U.S.
Apr 3, 2000
529 U.S. 1053 (2000)

finding that an ordinance which required nude dancers to perform at least ten feet away from patrons was content-neutral because it targeted "secondary effects" of "prostitution, drug dealing, and other criminal activity"

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providing legal advice is clearly a feature of an attorney-client relationship

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addressing Justice Souter's dissent, wherein he would require empirical analysis, and recognizing that this idea has been "flatly rejected"

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nothing under the First Amendment prohibits a 10-foot buffer zone between dancers and customers and there is no constitutional right to the maximum erotic experience possible

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Case details for

Melka Marine, Inc. v. U.S.

Case Details

Full title:MELKA MARINE, INC. v. UNITED STATES

Court:U.S.

Date published: Apr 3, 2000

Citations

529 U.S. 1053 (2000)

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