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"The Man" vs. 2 Live Crew (III)
Highest Court Superior Court of Connecticut
Year Ended 1995
Plaintiffs Music Promoter(s)
Defendants State Entity and/or Official(s)
Other 2 Live Crew
Short Description According to state statute, promoters of 2 Live Crew concert were required to have police officers present at an upcoming concert in Connecticut. Officers were indeed present at the concert, and the promoters received a bill for approximately $2,000 a month later. The court held that the statute requiring payment for police services by the promoters was constitutional under the First Amendment. - SKR

Legal Issues
Civil Procedure Interlocutory Orders Preliminary Injunction
Constitutional Law First Amendment Free Exercise & Association
  State Constitution/Statute Free Exercise & Association


Opinions Morascini v. Connecticut Com'r of Public Safety
675 A.2d 1340
Supreme Court of Connecticut , May 07, 1996 ( No. 15270 )


Morascini v. Connecticut Com'r of Public Safety
5 Conn. L. Rptr. 375
Superior Court of Connecticut , December 20, 1991 ( No. CV 91 039 26 93 )


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Related Searches Parties
2 Live Crew ( Other )
Music Promoter(s) ( Plaintiff )
State Entity and/or Official(s) ( Defendant )

Legal Issues
Civil Procedure / Interlocutory Orders / Preliminary Injunction
Constitutional Law / First Amendment / Free Exercise & Association
Constitutional Law / State Constitution/Statute / Free Exercise & Association

Courts
Superior Court of Connecticut (highest court)
Supreme Court of Connecticut


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