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1953-1969 • the Warren Court Era


TABLE OF CONTENTS


 
I.  FREEDOM OF EXPRESSION AND ASSOCIATION (First Amendment Liberties and Ninth and Fourteenth Amendments) (0-299)
  FREEDOM OF SPEECH, PRESS, ASSEMBLY (10-99) SEE ALSO ASSOCIATION (200-299)
10.  LICENSING (and 203, 204, 257, 264)
11.  Of Meetings (and 201)
12.  Of Motion Pictures (and 14, 52)
13.  Of Peddlers, Literature Tables (and 112, 152)
14.  Of Books, Magazines (and 21, 22, 52, 151, 152)
15.  Of Miscellaneous Activities
16.  Of Parades (and 55, 63)
17.  Of Mass Media (and 257)
20.  ADMINISTRATIVE RESTRICTIONS
21.  By US Customs (and 12, 14)
22.  By US Postmaster (and 12, 14)
23.  On Government Information and Secrecy
24.  On Students and Professors (and 56, 62, 111, 262, 281, 342, 571)
  ALABAMA
  ALASKA
  ARIZONA
  ARKANSAS
  CALIFORNIA
  COLORADO
  CONNECTICUT
  DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
  FLORIDA
  GEORGIA
  ILLINOIS
  IOWA
  KENTUCKY
  LOUISIANA
  MARYLAND
  MASSACHUSETTS
  MICHIGAN
  MINNESOTA
  MISSISSIPPI
  MISSOURI
  NEW JERSEY
  NEW MEXICO
  NEW YORK
  NORTH CAROLINA
  OHIO
  OKLAHOMA
  PENNSYLVANIA
  SOUTH CAROLINA
  TENNESSEE
  TEXAS
  VIRGINIA
  WASHINGTON
  WEST VIRGINIA
  WISCONSIN
25.  On Miscellaneous Activities
30.  ECONOMIC RESTRICTIONS (and 251, 261, 268, 281, 571)
40.  CONTEMPT (and 63, 330-337, 390-394)
41.  Of Federal Courts
41.100.  FEDERAL GAG RULE
42.  Of State Courts
42.100.  STATE GAG RULE
43.  Of Other Agencies (and 270-274, 330-337)
50.  CRIMINAL SANCTIONS
51.  Against Disorderly Conduct and Similar Offenses (and 16, 55)
  ALABAMA
  ARIZONA
  ARKANSAS
  CALIFORNIA
  COLORADO
  CONNECTICUT
  DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
  FLORIDA
  GEORGIA
  HAWAII
  ILLINOIS
  INDIANA
  IOWA
  KENTUCKY
  LOUISIANA
  MARYLAND
  MASSACHUSETTS
  MICHIGAN
  MINNESOTA
  MISSISSIPPI
  MISSOURI
  NEBRASKA
  NEVADA
  NEW HAMPSHIRE
  NEW JERSEY
  NEW YORK
  NORTH CAROLINA
  OHIO
  PENNSYLVANIA
  SOUTH CAROLINA
  TENNESSEE
  TEXAS
  VIRGINIA
  WISCONSIN
52.  Against Obscenity (and 12, 14, 22, 303, 580)
  ARKANSAS
  CALIFORNIA
  COLORADO
  CONNECTICUT
  DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
  FLORIDA
  GEORGIA
  ILLINOIS
  INDIANA
  KANSAS
  KENTUCKY
  MARYLAND
  MASSACHUSETTS
  MICHIGAN
  MINNESOTA
  MISSOURI
  NEBRASKA
  NEW HAMPSHIRE
  NEW JERSEY
  NEW YORK
  OHIO
  OREGON
  PENNSYLVANIA
  RHODE ISLAND
  SOUTH CAROLINA
  VIRGINIA
  WASHINGTON
  WISCONSIN
53.  Against Defamation (and 61)
54.  Against Sedition, Anarchy, Syndicalism, Riot (and 63, 241-244, 429)
55.  Against Picketing, Leafleting, Demonstrating (and 51, 123, 541, 542, 551, 552)
  ALABAMA
  ARIZONA
  CALIFORNIA
  COLORADO
  CONNECTICUT
  DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
  FLORIDA
  GEORGIA
  ILLINOIS
  INDIANA
  KANSAS
  KENTUCKY
  LOUISIANA
  MARYLAND
  MASSACHUSETTS
  MICHIGAN
  MISSISSIPPI
  MISSOURI
  NEBRASKA
  NEVADA
  NEW HAMPSHIRE
  NEW JERSEY
  NEW YORK
  NORTH CAROLINA
  OHIO
  OKLAHOMA
  PENNSYLVANIA
  SOUTH CAROLINA
  TENNESSEE
  TEXAS
  VIRGINIA
  WASHINGTON
  WISCONSIN
  WYOMING
56.  Against and Concerning Minors (including Contributing to Delinquency) (and 24, 430, 560)
57.  Against Vagrancy, Loitering (and 304)
58.  Against Trespassing (and 541, 542, 551, 552)
  ALABAMA
  ARIZONA
  CALIFORNIA
  COLORADO
  CONNECTICUT
  DELAWARE
  DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
  FLORIDA
  GEORGIA
  ILLINOIS
  LOUISIANA
  MARYLAND
  MASSACHUSETTS
  MICHIGAN
  MISSISSIPPI
  MISSOURI
  NEBRASKA
  NEW YORK
  NORTH CAROLINA
  OHIO
  SOUTH CAROLINA
  TEXAS
  VIRGINIA
59.  Against Miscellaneous Criminal Activities
60.  CIVIL SANCTIONS (and Contempt Charges)
61.  Against Defamation, Libel, Slander (and 53)
62.  By Injunction in Labor Disputes (and 24)
63.  By Injunction in Racial Situations (and 40-43, 550-557)
64.  Against Miscellaneous Activities
70.  PROCEDURAL PROBLEMS
71.  In Alleging Standing To Sue
72.  In Raising and Preserving Constitutional Questions
73.  In Removing From State to Federal Courts
  ALABAMA
  ARKANSAS
  CALIFORNIA
  FLORIDA
  GEORGIA
  KANSAS
  LOUISIANA
  MASSACHUSETTS
  MICHIGAN
  MISSISSIPPI
  NEW YORK
  NORTH CAROLINA
  PENNSYLVANIA
  SOUTH CAROLINA
  VIRGINIA
74.  In Obtaining Three-Judge Federal Courts
90.  MISCELLANEOUS FREEDOM OF THOUGHT
  FREEDOM OF RELIGION (100-199)
110.  SEPARATION OF CHURCH AND STATE
111.  In Education (and 24)
112.  In Public Places (and 13, 151, 152, 261)
120.  CONSCIENTIOUS OBJECTION TO WAR (and 356, 362)
121.  Application for CO Status-Pre-Induction (and 122, 125, 126, 127, 362)
121.100.  PRE-1967 ACT CO APPLICATIONS
121.200.  PROBLEM OF ELEMENTS
121.250.  I-O/I-A-O
121.275.  RELIGIOUS BELIEF
121.300.  EXHAUSTION RULE
121.400.  CO SOUGHT AFTER RECEIVING INDUCTION ORDER
121.500.  CO SOUGHT AFTER REFUSING INDUCTION
121.900.  MISCELLANEOUS
122.  Application for CO Status-After Induction (and 124, 356)
122.200.  CO DISCHARGE FROM RESERVES
122.300.  EXHAUSTION RULE
123.  Through Nonregistration, Noncooperation Before/At Induction
123.100.  REFUSAL TO REGISTER
123.200.  REFUSAL TO REPORT FOR PHYSICAL
123.300.  REFUSAL TO CARRY DRAFT CARD
123.400.  LOCAL BOARD MUST ISSUE ORDER TO REPORT
123.500.  ORDER OF CALL
123.600.  I-O REFUSAL TO REPORT FOR CIVILIAN WORK
123.650.  IV-D v I-O CLASSIFICATION
123.700.  FAILURE TO EXHAUST SSS REMEDIES
123.800.  ORDERS TO REPORT FOR DELINQUENCY
124.  Challenges to Military Orders (and 122, 356)
124.100.  BY MEMBERS OF RESERVES, NAT'L GUARD
125.  By Members of Minority Groups and Aliens (and 121)
126.  Based on US Constitution, Treaties and Agreements, Nurnberg Judgment (and 121, 123, 128)
127.  Civil and Criminal Judicial Action on SSS Regulations, Orders, Induction (and 121, 362)
127.100.  CHALLENGES TO PUNITIVE PECLASSIFICATION
127.200.  CHALLENGES TO LOSS OF STUDENT DEFERMENTS
128.  By Civilians (and 50-59)
129.  Miscellaneous (including Expatriation)
130.  DENIAL OF TAX EXEMPTION TO INSTITUTIONS (and 202, 266)
140.  SUNDAY CLOSING LAWS
150.  MISCELLANEOUS RESTRICTIONS
151.  In Prisons (and 411, 557, 580, 590)
152.  In Other Places (and 550-557)
  FREEDOM OF ASSOCIATION: AFFECTING THE ORGANIZATION (200-223)
200.  ORGANIZATIONAL PRIVILEGES CHALLENGED
201.  As to Meetings (and 11, 63)
202.  As to Tax Exemption (and 130, 266)
203.  As to NLRB Certification (and 245, 291)
204.  As to Continued Existence (and 63, 213, 223)
210.  COMPULSORY REGISTRATION
211.  Under 1950 Internal Security (McCarran) Act (and 336)
212.  Under 1954 Communist Control Act
213.  Under State Laws (and 204, 245)
214.  Under Foreign Agents Registration Act
220.  LISTING AND INVESTIGATING
221.  By the Attorney General of the United States
222.  By Congressional Committees
223.  By State Authorities (and 24, 281)
  FREEDOM OF ASSOCIATION: AFFECTING THE MEMBERS (240-294)
240.  CRIMINAL PENALTIES FOR MEMBERSHIP
241.  Under Smith Act: for Conspiracy
242.  Under Smith Act: for Membership Only
243.  Under 18 USC §2384
244.  Under Kennedy-Landrum-Griffin Act (and 203, 291)
245.  Under State Laws (and 54)
246.  Under 1950 Internal Security (McCarran) Act
250.  CIVIL DISABILITIES FOR MEMBERSHIP: FEDERAL
251.  In Federal Employment (and 30, 268)
252.  As to Passport Applications and Right to Travel
253.  As to Military Acceptability, Discharges (and 122, 341)
254.  As to Veterans Disability Payments
255.  As to Social Security Benefits (and 263, 346, 422)
256.  In Housing Projects (and 423, 530-535.100)
257.  As to Federal License Applications (and 17)
258.  Through Deportation Proceedings (and 358)
259.  Through Denaturalization and Naturalization Proceedings (and 358)
260.  CIVIL DISABILITIES FOR MEMBERSHIP: STATE, LOCAL AND PRIVATE
261.  In State, Local Government Employment (and 421)
262.  In Teaching (and 24, 267, 281, 342, 571)
263.  As to State Unemployment Insurance Benefits (and 255, 346, 421, 422)
264.  As to State License Applications
265.  In Proceedings Against Attorneys and Bar Applicants (and 345, 361, 373)
266.  Through Deprivation of Right to Tax Exemption (and 130, 202)
267.  In Private Employment—Teaching (and 24, 262, 281, 342)
268.  In Private Employment—Defense Establishments (and 344)
269.  In Private Employment-Other
270.  CRIMINAL PENALTIES FOR NONDISCLOSURE (and 330)
271.  Before Congressional Committees (and 222, 330)
272.  Before State Committees (and 204, 213, 223, 332)
273.  Before Legal and Administrative Tribunals (and 333)
274.  For Refusal to Produce Records
280.  CIVIL PENALTIES FOR NONDISCLOSURE (and 295)
281.  By Teachers (and 24, 223, 262, 342, 571)
282.  By Others (and 343, 344)
285.  BILLS OF ATTAINDER
290.  PENALTIES FOR FALSE DISCLOSURE
291.  Under Taft-Hartley Oath (and 203, 244)
292.  On Government Security Questionnaires
293.  In Miscellaneous Cases
295.  RIGHT OF PRIVACY (and 301, 302, 303, 421, 490, 578)
295.100.  BIRTH CONTROL
295.200.  HOMOSEXUALITY
 
II.  DUE PROCESS AND RELATED RIGHTS (Fourth, Fifth, Sixth, Seventh, Eighth, and Fourteenth Amendments) (300-499)
300.  SEARCHES AND SEIZURES (and 295)
301.  By Electronic Eavesdropping (and 295)
302.  In Other Federal Criminal Cases
303.  In Other State Criminal Cases
304.  Suits for False Arrest, Police Practices, Police Review Bd. (and 151, 301, 302, 303, 305, 353, 411, 429, 454, 557, 580, 590)
  ALABAMA
  ARIZONA
  ARKANSAS
  CALIFORNIA
  COLORADO
  CONNECTICUT
  DELAWARE
  DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
  FLORIDA
  GEORGIA
  IDAHO
  ILLINOIS
  INDIANA
  LOUISIANA
  MARYLAND
  MICHIGAN
  MINNESOTA
  MISSISSIPPI
  MISSOURI
  NEVADA
  NEW JERSEY
  NEW MEXICO
  NEW YORK
  NORTH CAROLINA
  OHIO
  PENNSYLVANIA
  RHODE ISLAND
  SOUTH CAROLINA
  TENNESSEE
  TEXAS
  VIRGINIA
  WASHINGTON
  WISCONSIN
  MISCELLANEOUS
305.  Police Line-up Procedures
310.  INDICTMENTS/INFORMATIONS
311.  Challenge to Grand Jury Composition (and 510-516)
312.  Attacks on Character of Evidence
313.  Charge of Entrapment
314.  Charge of Conspiracy (and 54)
315.  Inspection of Pretrial Statements of Government Witnesses (Jencks Act)
316.  Inspection of Grand Jury Minutes
317.  Other Discovery
320.  DOUBLE JEOPARDY
321.  In Federal Cases
322.  In State Cases
330.  SELF-INCRIMINATION: CRIMINAL SANCTIONS FOR EXERCISING PRIVILEGE (and 270)
331.  Before Congressional Committees
332.  Before State Committees
333.  Before Grand Juries, Courts and Tribunals
334.  Grants of Immunity: Federal
335.  Grants of Immunity: State
336.  Criminal Registration Laws (and 211)
337.  Miscellaneous
340.  SELF-INCRIMINATION: CIVIL SANCTIONS FOR EXERCISING PRIVILEGE (and 280)
341.  Effect on Army Discharges (and 253)
342.  Effect on Employment-Public School Teachers (and 24, 262, 267, 281, 571)
343.  Effect on Employment-Other Public Officers (and 261)
344.  Effect on Employment-Private (and 30, 268, 269)
345.  Effect on Attorneys (and 265, 373)
346.  Effect on Social Security, Unemployment Insurance (and 263, 422)
350.  DUE PROCESS
351.  In Arraignment (Delay) (and 353)
352.  In Grand Jury Procedures (and 311, 316, 512)
353.  In Obtaining Confessions (and 304, 371, 372)
354.  In Press Releases and Newspaper Coverage
355.  In Admitting Perjured Testimony (and 312)
356.  In Courts Martial, Military Administrative Decisions, Habeas (and 124, 390)
356.100.  BOARDS FOR CORRECTION OF MILITARY RECORDS
356.200.  AS TO RESERVISTS
356.300.  RESERVISTS' CHALLENGES BASED ON ENLISTMENT CONTRACT
357.  In Naturalization Proceedings (and 259)
358.  In Expatriation, Denaturalization, Deportation, Relocation Proceedings (and 258, 259)
359.  In Loyalty Hearings (and 251, 268)
361.  In Bar Proceedings re Lawyers (and 265, 345, 373)
362.  In Selective Service Proceedings (and 120-129)
362.100.  DENIAL OF RIGHT TO COUNSEL
362.200.  FAILURE TO REOPEN CLASSIFICATION
362.300.  ADVISING REGISTRANTS
362.400.  IN ADMINISTERING REGULATIONS
362.500.  IN DELINQUENCY CLASSIFICATIONS
362.600.  AT INDUCTION CENTERS
362.700.  ERRORS AT TRIAL
363.  In Government Employment (including Teaching) (and 250-259, 260-269)
365.  SPEEDY AND PUBLIC TRIAL (and 390-394)
370.  RIGHT TO COUNSEL/ACCESS TO COURTS
371.  In Federal Cases (and 353)
371.100.  BEFORE ADMINISTRATIVE BOARDS
372.  In State Cases (and 353)
373.  Restrictions on Attorneys and Judges (and 40, 265, 345)
374.  Opportunity for Appellate Review/Transcript
375.  Group Legal Services/OEO Offices (and 420-429)
376.  Small Claimants' Problems (and 424, 425)
377.  Compensation for Assigned Counsel
378.  Bias and Prejudice of Judges
380.  CONFRONTATION
381.  In Criminal Cases
382.  In Civil Cases
390.  JURY TRIALS (and 41, 42, 356, 365, 510)
391.  Nature of Jury Trial
392.  Waiver of Jury
393.  Improper Comment (and 512)
394.  Scrupled Jurors (and 411, 414, 461)
400.  EXCESSIVE BAIL; PAROLE CONDITIONS
401.  Amount of Bail Set
402.  Conditions Imposed
403.  Denial of Bail
404.  Miscellaneous Bail Problems
405.  Fines (and 468)
410.  CRUEL AND UNUSUAL PUNISHMENT (and 304, 461)
411.  In Criminal Cases/Prison Conditions (and 151, 394, 461, 557, 580, 590)
412.  In Rendition, Extradition Cases
413.  In Civil Cases
414.  Capital Punishment (and 394, 411, 461)
420.  DUE PROCESS/EQUAL PROTECTION FOR THE POOR
421.  Social Welfare Programs-Local; Local Administration of Federal Programs (and 251, 254, 255, 261, 263, 346, 426)
  ALABAMA
  ARIZONA
  CALIFORNIA
  COLORADO
  CONNECTICUT
  DELAWARE
  DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
  FLORIDA
  GEORGIA
  ILLINOIS
  INDIANA
  IOWA
  LOUISIANA
  MAINE
  MARYLAND
  MISSISSIPPI
  NEW JERSEY
  NEW YORK
  NORTH CAROLINA
  PENNSYLVANIA
  TEXAS
  WASHINGTON
  WEST VIRGINIA
422.  Social Welfare Programs—Federal Problems (and 251, 254, 255, 261, 263, 346)
423.  Housing (and 256, 530—535.100)
  ALABAMA
  ARKANSAS
  CALIFORNIA
  CONNECTICUT
  DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
  FLORIDA
  GEORGIA
  ILLINOIS
  KENTUCKY
  MARYLAND
  MICHIGAN
  MISSISSIPPI
  MISSOURI
  NEW JERSEY
  NEW YORK
  NORTH CAROLINA
  PENNSYLVANIA
  TENNESSEE
  TEXAS
  VIRGINIA
  WISCONSIN
424.  Credit Problems (and 376)
424.100.  BANKRUPTCY
424.200.  UNINSURED MOTORISTS
425.  Warranties, Service (and 376)
425.100.  UNEQUAL SERVICES
426.  Family Problems (and 372, 421, 560-564)
427.  Employment Problems (and 263, 346, 570-579)
428.  Miscellaneous (and 13, 57, 59, 490)
429.  Civil Disorders in Poverty Areas (and 54, 304)
430.  DUE PROCESS FOR JUVENILE OFFENDERS (and 24, 56)
440.  DUE PROCESS FOR INCOMPETENTS
450.  POST CONVICTION REMEDIES
451.  In State Courts in State Cases
452.  In Federal Courts in State Cases (and 512)
453.  In Federal Cases
454.  Compensation for Victims of Violence (and 304, 580)
460.  SENTENCING AND CLEMENCY PROCEDURES
461.  Sentencing Process (and 394, 411, 414)
462.  Applications for and Conditions of Probation
463.  Applications for and Conditions of Parole
464.  Applications for Pardons or Executive Clemency
465.  Applications for Expungement or Certificates of Rehabilitation
466.  Parole and Probation Revocation (and 462, 463)
467.  Habitual Criminals
468.  Imprisonment for Inability To Pay Fines (and 405)
490.  MISCELLANEOUS DUE PROCESS (and 295, 429)
 
III.  EQUAL PROTECTION (Fifth, Thirteenth, Fourteenth, Fifteenth, Nineteenth, and Twenty-Fourth Amendments) (500-608)
500.  ELECTIONS
501.  Racial, Language Discrimination (and 51)
  ALABAMA
  ALASKA
  ARIZONA
  ARKANSAS
  CALIFORNIA
  DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
  FLORIDA
  GEORGIA
  ILLINOIS
  INDIANA
  LOUISIANA
  MICHIGAN
  MISSISSIPPI
  NEW MEXICO
  NEW YORK
  NORTH CAROLINA
  OKLAHOMA
  SOUTH CAROLINA
  TENNESSEE
  TEXAS
  UTAH
  VIRGINIA
  WASHINGTON
502.  Political Discrimination
  ALABAMA
  CALIFORNIA
  DELAWARE
  GEORGIA
  ILLINOIS
  MINNESOTA
  MISSISSIPPI
  NEW JERSEY
  NEW YORK
  OHIO
503.  Urban Discrimination
  ALABAMA
  CALIFORNIA
  COLORADO
  CONNECTICUT
  DELAWARE
  FLORIDA
  GEORGIA
  IDAHO
  ILLINOIS
  INDIANA
  IOWA
  KANSAS
  KENTUCKY
  LOUISIANA
  MARYLAND
  MASSACHUSETTS
  MICHIGAN
  MINNESOTA
  MISSISSIPPI
  MISSOURI
  NEBRASKA
  NEVADA
  NEW HAMPSHIRE
  NEW JERSEY
  NEW MEXICO
  NEW YORK
  NORTH DAKOTA
  OHIO
  OKLAHOMA
  PENNSYLVANIA
  RHODE ISLAND
  TENNESSEE
  TEXAS
  UTAH
  VERMONT
  VIRGINIA
  WASHINGTON
  WEST VIRGINIA
  WISCONSIN
  WYOMING
504.  14th Amendment §2 Enforcement
505.  Residence Requirements
506.  Miscellaneous Problems
510.  JURY SELECTION; APPEALS TO PREJUDICE (and 311)
511.  Involving Federal Employees
512.  Involving Racial, Nationality Discrimination
  ALABAMA
  ALASKA
  ARKANSAS
  CALIFORNIA
  COLORADO
  CONNECTICUT
  FLORIDA
  GEORGIA
  ILLINOIS
  KANSAS
  LOUISIANA
  MICHIGAN
  MISSISSIPPI
  MISSOURI
  MONTANA
  NEVADA
  NEW JERSEY
  NEW MEXICO
  NEW YORK
  NORTH CAROLINA
  OHIO
  PENNSYLVANIA
  SOUTH CAROLINA
  TENNESSEE
  TEXAS
  VIRGINIA
  WASHINGTON
  WEST VIRGINIA
  WISCONSIN
513.  Involving Economic Discrimination
514.  Involving Political Discrimination
515.  Involving Discrimination Against Women (and 578)
516.  Involving Other Discrimination
520.  EDUCATION (and 24, 571)
521.  Challenges to Unequal Facilities
522.  Suits To Enforce Integration (and 571)
  ALABAMA
  ARKANSAS
  CALIFORNIA
  COLORADO
  DELAWARE
  DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
  FLORIDA
  GEORGIA
  ILLINOIS
  INDIANA
  KANSAS
  KENTUCKY
  LOUISIANA
  MARYLAND
  MASSACHUSETTS
  MICHIGAN
  MISSISSIPPI
  MISSOURI
  NEW JERSEY
  NEW MEXICO
  NEW YORK
  NORTH CAROLINA
  OHIO
  OKLAHOMA
  PENNSYLVANIA
  SOUTH CAROLINA
  TENNESSEE
  TEXAS
  VIRGINIA
  WEST VIRGINIA
  WISCONSIN
523.  Suits To Prevent Integration (and 204, 213, 223, 522)
  ARKANSAS
  CALIFORNIA
  CONNECTICUT
  FLORIDA
  GEORGIA
  ILLINOIS
  IOWA
  KENTUCKY
  LOUISIANA
  MARYLAND
  MASSACHUSETTS
  MICHIGAN
  NEW JERSEY
  NEW YORK
  NORTH CAROLINA
  OKLAHOMA
  PENNSYLVANIA
  SOUTH CAROLINA
  TENNESSEE
  TEXAS
  VIRGINIA
524.  Miscellaneous Suits To End Segregation (and 555)
525.  Treatment of Minority Groups in School Books
526.  Suits Against Sex Discrimination
530.  HOUSING-RACIAL, OTHER DISCRIMINATION (and 423)
531.  In Public and Publicly-Assisted Housing-Urban Renewal (Title I)
532.  In Publicly-Assisted Housing-FHA and VA
533.  In Private Housing (see 535 re Referenda)
  ALABAMA
  CALIFORNIA
  COLORADO
  CONNECTICUT
  DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
  GEORGIA
  ILLINOIS
  LOUISIANA
  MARYLAND
  MASSACHUSETTS
  MICHIGAN
  MINNESOTA
  MISSISSIPPI
  MISSOURI
  NEW JERSEY
  NEW YORK
  OHIO
  OREGON
  PENNSYLVANIA
  RHODE ISLAND
  SOUTH CAROLINA
  TENNESSEE
  TEXAS
  VIRGINIA
  WASHINGTON
  WISCONSIN
534.  Omnibus Suits To End Housing Segregation (and 575)
535.  Miscellaneous Housing Suits, Referenda on Legislation (and 423, 575)
535.100.  REFERENDA ON ANTI-FAIR HOUSING ACT
540.  TRANSPORTATION-RACIAL DISCRIMINATION
541.  In Interstate Facilities (and 51, 54, 55, 58)
  INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
  ALABAMA
  CALIFORNIA
  FLORIDA
  GEORGIA
  ILLINOIS
  LOUISIANA
  MISSISSIPPI
  NEW YORK
  SOUTH CAROLINA
  TENNESSEE
  VIRGINIA
542.  In Intrastate Facilities (and 51, 54, 55, 58)
550.  MISCELLANEOUS RACIAL DISCRIMINATION (and 42, 51, 54, 55, 58, 63)
551.  In Recreational Facilities
  ALABAMA
  ARKANSAS
  CALIFORNIA
  COLORADO
  DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
  FLORIDA
  GEORGIA
  INDIANA
  KENTUCKY
  LOUISIANA
  MARYLAND
  MICHIGAN
  MISSISSIPPI
  MISSOURI
  NEBRASKA
  NEW JERSEY
  NEW YORK
  NORTH CAROLINA
  OHIO
  OKLAHOMA
  PENNSYLVANIA
  SOUTH CAROLINA
  TENNESSEE
  TEXAS
  VIRGINIA
  WASHINGTON
  WEST VIRGINIA
552.  In Dining Places (and 51, 54, 55, 58)
  ALABAMA
  ARIZONA
  ARKANSAS
  CALIFORNIA
  COLORADO
  DELAWARE
  FLORIDA
  GEORGIA
  ILLINOIS
  KANSAS
  LOUISIANA
  MARYLAND
  MISSISSIPPI
  NEW JERSEY
  NEW YORK
  NORTH CAROLINA
  NORTH DAKOTA
  PENNSYLVANIA
  SOUTH CAROLINA
  TENNESSEE
  TEXAS
  VIRGINIA
  WASHINGTON
553.  In Other Facilities (and 42)
  ALABAMA
  ARKANSAS
  CALIFORNIA
  COLORADO
  DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
  FLORIDA
  GEORGIA
  ILLINOIS
  IOWA
  KENTUCKY
  LOUISIANA
  MICHIGAN
  MINNESOTA
  MISSISSIPPI
  NEW HAMPSHIRE
  NEW JERSEY
  NEW YORK
  NORTH CAROLINA
  OHIO
  OREGON
  PENNSYLVANIA
  RHODE ISLAND
  SOUTH CAROLINA
  TENNESSEE
  UTAH
  VIRGINIA
  WASHINGTON
  WEST VIRGINIA
  WISCONSIN
554.  In Hospitals (and 575)
  ALABAMA
  ARKANSAS
  CALIFORNIA
  FLORIDA
  GEORGIA
  ILLINOIS
  LOUISIANA
  MISSISSIPPI
  NEW YORK
  NORTH CAROLINA
  SOUTH CAROLINA
  VIRGINIA
555.  In Government Facilities
  ALABAMA
  DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
  FLORIDA
  LOUISIANA
  MICHIGAN
  MISSISSIPPI
  VIRGINIA
556.  In Administration of Government (and 425.100, 573)
  CALIFORNIA
  MISSISSIPPI
  NORTH CAROLINA
557.  In Prisons, Reformatories (and 151, 411)
  ALABAMA
  ARKANSAS
  CALIFORNIA
  DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
  FLORIDA
  GEORGIA
  LOUISIANA
  MISSISSIPPI
  PENNSYLVANIA
  VIRGINIA
560.  FAMILY MATTERS-RACIAL, RELIGIOUS, NATIONALITY PROBLEMS (and 56, 426)
561.  In Marriage and Divorce
562.  In Adoption Proceedings
563.  In Custody Proceedings
564.  In Miscellaneous Proceedings
570.  EMPLOYMENT
571.  Racial Discrimination Against Teachers (and 24, 522)
572.  Racial Discrimination by Government Agencies
573.  Racial Discrimination Involving Government Contracts (Exec Order 10925) (and 556)
574.  Racial Discrimination by Transportation Companies
575.  Racial Discrimination by Unions, Trade Associations
576.  Other Racial and Religious Discrimination
577.  Nationality Discrimination
578.  Sex Discrimination
579.  Age and Other Discrimination
580.  CIVIL ACTIONS UNDER §1983 AND OTHER CIVIL RIGHTS LAWS (and 151, 304, 551-555, and 590)
590.  CRIMINAL PROSECUTION UNDER CIVIL RIGHTS AND OTHER LAWS (and 151, 304, 580)
600.  SUITS INVOLVING CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS OF AMERICAN INDIANS
601.  Civil Actions Between Individuals and Tribes
602.  Civil Actions Against Reservation Indians
603.  Criminal Actions Against Reservation Indians
604.  Actions Involving Property Rights
605.  Condemnation of Land of Indian Reservations
606.  Cases on Termination
607.  Treaty Violations, Suits Against Government Agencies
608.  Discrimination by Government, Private Agencies