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"The Man" vs. 2 Live Crew (IV)
Highest Court Fifth Circuit
Year Ended 2004
Plaintiffs 2 Live Crew
Concert Attendee(s)
Promoter(s)
Defendants County Entity and/or Official(s)
Other No Other parties on file
Short Description Rap group members, individual concert-goers, and concert promoters sued a sheriff's department for violation of First, Fourth, and Fourteenth amendment rights when the sheriffs set up road blocks and checkpoints outside of a concert planned in Mississippi. The court granted qualified immunity to the sheriffs on some, but not all of the constitutional claims. While several opening acts are reported to have performed, 2 Live Crew did not perform at the Mississippi concert. - SKR

Legal Issues
Constitutional Law First Amendment Free Exercise & Association
  Fourteenth Amendment Due Process
  Fourth Amendment Search & Seizure
General Affirmative Defenses Governmental Immunity


Opinions Collins v. Ainsworth
177 Fed.Appx. 377
Fifth Circuit , December 21, 2005 ( No. 05-60341 )


Collins v. Ainsworth
382 F.3d 529
Fifth Circuit , August 20, 2004 ( No. 03-60539 )


Collins v. Ainsworth
547 U.S. 1055
Supreme Court of the United States , April 03, 2006 ( No. 05-999 )


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Related Searches Parties
2 Live Crew ( Plaintiff )
Concert Attendee(s) ( Plaintiff )
County Entity and/or Official(s) ( Defendant )
Promoter(s) ( Plaintiff )

Legal Issues
Constitutional Law / First Amendment / Free Exercise & Association
Constitutional Law / Fourteenth Amendment / Due Process
Constitutional Law / Fourth Amendment / Search & Seizure
General / Affirmative Defenses / Governmental Immunity

Courts
Fifth Circuit (highest court)


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