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Bell v. Wolfish :: 441 US 520 - Justia US Supreme Court Center
U.S. Supreme Court. Bell v. Wolfish, 441 U.S. 520 (1979). Bell v. Wolfish. No. 77- 1829. Argued January 16, 1979. Decided May 14, 1979. 441 U.S. 520. Syllabus.
Bell v. Wolfish - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Bell v. Wolfish. Seal of the United States Supreme Court.svg · Supreme Court of the United States. Argued January 16, 1979. Decided May 14, 1979. Full case ...
BELL v. WOLFISH | FindLaw
Case opinion for US Supreme Court BELL v. WOLFISH. Read the Court's full decision on FindLaw.
Bell v. Wolfish - Significance - Detainees, Court, Pretrial, and Mcc ...
The respondent, Louis Wolfish, a detainee in the City of New York Metropolitan Correctional Center (MCC), on behalf of other detainees, demanded abrogation ...
Bell v. Wolfish | Oyez
Jan 16, 1979 ... A class action lawsuit challenged the legality of conditions facing pretrial detainees in a New York City correctional facility. Petitioners claimed ...
Bell v. Wolfish Case Brief | 4 Law School
Summary of Bell v. Wolfish Citation: 441 U.S. 520 (1979) Relevant Facts: Wolfish and other defendants (Respondents here) brought this class action in federal ...
Impact of Bell v. Wolfish Upon Prisoner's Rights
Annotation: This analysis of the 1979 U.S. Supreme Court decision in Bell v. Wolfish and of subsequent Federal court decisions concludes that although the ...
2. Bell v. Wolfish - Medical and Public Health Law Site
A companion case to Addington, Bell v. Wolfish also allowed the Court to distinguish regulation and punishment on sympathetic facts. Confinement itself was not ...
THE IMPACT OF BELL V. WOLFISH UPON PRISONER'S RIGHTS ...
Jan 10, 2012 ... Bell v. Wolfish, 441 U.S. 520. 60 L. Ed. 2d 447, S. Ct. 1861 (1979) was of major importance in prisoner's rights litigation and signalled a ...
Bell v. Wolfish - Significance, Impact, Further Readings ...
Bell v. Wolfish - Significance. Due to a lack of adequate facilities, a New York custodial facility placed two pretrial detainees in rooms planned for single occupancy.