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United Dairymen of Arizona v. LaSalvia

U.S.
Jun 15, 1987
482 U.S. 928 (1987)

Summary

noting that Rule 15(d) motions should be granted "[u]nless undue prejudice to the opposing party will result"

Summary of this case from Carlson v. U.S. Postal Serv.

Opinion

No. 86-1702.

June 15, 1987.


C.A. 9th Cir. Certiorari denied. Reported below: 804 F. 2d 1113.


Summaries of

United Dairymen of Arizona v. LaSalvia

U.S.
Jun 15, 1987
482 U.S. 928 (1987)

noting that Rule 15(d) motions should be granted "[u]nless undue prejudice to the opposing party will result"

Summary of this case from Carlson v. U.S. Postal Serv.

remanding for retrial at which the defendant would be free to make choice to represent himself or proceed with counsel

Summary of this case from State v. Figueroa
Case details for

United Dairymen of Arizona v. LaSalvia

Case Details

Full title:UNITED DAIRYMEN OF ARIZONA v. LASALVIA ET UX

Court:U.S.

Date published: Jun 15, 1987

Citations

482 U.S. 928 (1987)

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