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CIVIL LIBERTIES DOCKET
Vol. II, No. 1
October, 1956
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TABLE OF CONTENTS


 
I.  FREEDOM OF EXPRESSION AND ASSOCIATION (FIRST AMENDMENT RIGHTS) (10-299)
  SPEECH AND PRESS (10-99) See also Association (200-299)
10.  Licensing
11.  Meetings
12.  Motion Pictures
13.  Peddlers
14.  Miscellaneous
20.  Administrative Restrictions
21.  Customs
22.  Post Office
23.  Miscellaneous
30.  Economic Restrictions
40.  Contempt
41.  Federal Courts
42.  State Courts
43.  Other agencies
50.  Criminal Sanctions
51.  Disorderly conduct
52.  Obscenity (see also 12)
53.  Defamation
54.  Sedition (see also 241-4)
55.  Picketing
56.  "Corrupt Practices"
57.  Miscellaneous
60.  Civil Sanctions
61.  Defamation
62.  Injunctions in labor disputes
63.  Other injunctions
  FREEDOM OF RELIGION (100-199)
110.  Separation of Church and State
120.  Pacifists and Conscientious Objectors
130.  Denial of Tax Exemptions
140.  Miscellaneous Restrictions
  ASSOCIATION: As affecting the organization itself (200-239)
200.  Privileges
201.  Meetings
202.  Tax exemption
203.  N.L.R.B. certification
204.  Continued existence
210.  Compulsory Registration
211.  1950 Internal Security Act
212.  1954 Communist Control Act
213.  State Laws
220.  Listing
221.  By the Attorney General of the United States
222.  By Congressional Committees
223.  By State authorities
  ASSOCIATION: As affecting members (240-299)
240.  Criminal Penalties for Membership
241.  Smith Act: conspiracy
242.  Smith Act: mere membership
243.  18 U. S. C. 2384
244.  State laws
250.  Civil Disabilities: Federal
251.  Federal employment
252.  Deprivation of passport rights
253.  Unfavorable Army discharges
254.  Deprivation of veterans disability payments
255.  Deprivation of Social Security rights
256.  Deprivation of housing rights
257.  Deprivation of Federal licenses
258.  Deportation proceedings
259.  Denaturalization proceedings
260.  Civil Disabilities: State, Local and Private
261.  State or local governmental employment
262.  Teaching
263.  Denial of State unemployment insurance rights
264.  Denial of State licenses
265.  Proceedings against attorneys and Bar applicants
266.  Deprivation of right to tax exemption
267.  Private employment—teaching
268.  Private employment—defense establishments
269.  Private employment—other
270.  Criminal Penalties for Non-disclosure
271.  Congressional Committees
272.  State Committees
273.  Legal and administrative tribunals
274.  Refusal to produce records
280.  Civil Penalties for Non-disclosure
290.  Penalties for False Disclosure
291.  Taft-Hartley oath
292.  Government Security Questionnaires
 
II.  DUE PROCESS AND RELATED RIGHTS (FOURTH, FIFTH, SIXTH, SEVENTH, EIGHTH AND FOURTEENTH AMENDMENTS) (300-499)
300.  Searches and Seizures
301.  Wiretapping
302.  Other Federal cases
303.  Other State cases
310.  Indictment
311.  Composition of grand jury (see also 510)
312.  Character of evidence
320.  Double Jeopardy
321.  Federal cases
330.  Self-incrimination: Criminal Sanctions
331.  Congressional Committees
332.  State Committees
333.  Grand juries and tribunals
334.  Grants of immunity: federal
335.  Grants of immunity: state
340.  Self-incrimination: Civil Sanctions
341.  Army discharges
342.  Employment—Public teachers
343.  Employment—Other public officers
344.  Employment—Private
345.  Attorneys
346.  Unemployment insurance
350.  Due Process
351.  Delay in arraignment
352.  Grand Jury procedures
353.  Confessions
354.  Unfair press releases
355.  Perjured testimony
356.  Courts martial
357.  Naturalization proceedings
358.  Denaturalization proceedings
359.  Loyalty hearings
360.  Speedy and Public Trial
370.  Counsel
371.  Federal cases
372.  State cases
373.  Indirect restrictions
380.  Confrontation
381.  Criminal cases
382.  Civil cases
390.  Jury Trials (see also 510)
400.  Excessive Bail; Parole Conditions
401.  Amount of bail
402.  Conditions imposed
410.  Cruel and Unusual Punishment
411.  Criminal cases
412.  Extradition
413.  Civil cases
490.  Miscellaneous Due Process
 
III.  EQUAL PROTECTION (FOURTEENTH AMENDMENT) (500-599)
500.  Elections
501.  Racial discrimination
502.  Political discrimination
510.  Juries
511.  Federal employees
512.  Racial discrimination
513.  Economic discrimination
514.  Political discrimination
515.  Discrimination against women
520.  Education
521.  Challenge to unequal facilities
522.  Suits to enforce integration
523.  Suits to prevent integration
530.  Housing
531.  Public
532.  Private
540.  Transportation
541.  Interstate
542.  Intrastate
550.  Miscellaneous Facilities
551.  Recreational
552.  Others
560.  Family Matters
561.  Marriage and divorce
562.  Adoption
563.  Custody
564.  Miscellaneous
570.  Employment
571.  Racial discrimination
580.  Civil Actions under Civil Rights Law Not Otherwise Covered
590.  Criminal Prosecutions under Civil Rights Law