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Constitutional Violations at Concert?
Highest Court S.D. Ohio
Year Ended 2003
Plaintiffs Concert Attendee(s)
Defendants Music Promoter(s)
Police Officer(s)
Other Cash Money Millionaires
Short Description When Cash Money Millionaires canceled their concert, Plaintiffs decided to leave before the crowd got rowdy. A fight broke out in front of the venue, and someone seems to have shouted that Plaintiffs had guns in their cars. Police officers stopped Plaintiffs and searched them and their car. Plaintiff's suit against concert promoters and police officers for violation of civil rights was dismissed. - LSW

Legal Issues
Constitutional Law Eighth Amendment General
  Fifth Amendment Due Process
  Fourteenth Amendment Due Process
  Fourth Amendment Search & Seizure
Torts Intentional Torts Assault & Battery
    False Arrest/Imprisonment


Opinions Alexander v. Haymon
254 F.Supp.2d 820
S.D. Ohio , January 14, 2003 ( No. C-3-01-122 )


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Related Searches Parties
Cash Money Millionaires ( Other )
Concert Attendee(s) ( Plaintiff )
Music Promoter(s) ( Defendant )
Police Officer(s) ( Defendant )

Legal Issues
Constitutional Law / Eighth Amendment / General
Constitutional Law / Fifth Amendment / Due Process
Constitutional Law / Fourteenth Amendment / Due Process
Constitutional Law / Fourth Amendment / Search & Seizure
Torts / Intentional Torts / Assault & Battery
Torts / Intentional Torts / False Arrest/Imprisonment

Courts
S.D. Ohio (highest court)


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