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12 Aug 2009, 10:49 pm
Collins (University of Virginia - School of Law and University of Virginia School of Law) have posted The Story of Tarble's Case: State Habeas and Federal Detention (FEDERAL COURTS STORIES, Vicki C. [read post]
12 Aug 2009, 4:58 am
The Story of Tarble's Case: State Habeas and Federal Detention is a new essay by Ann Woolhandler and Michael G. [read post]
26 Jun 2009, 6:38 pm
The first is The Story of Tarble's Case: State Habeas and Federal Detention:This essay addresses the background to and significance of Tarble's Case (1872), in which the Supreme Court concluded that state courts lack the power to issue [read post]
27 Jun 2009, 9:59 am
I just came across this intriguing little paper via Bepress, titled "The Story of Tarble's Case: State Habeas and Federal Detention. [read post]
23 Jan 2007, 10:30 am
Assume that Tarble's case is wrong and that state courts could issue these writs. [read post]
25 Aug 2013, 6:22 am by Gritsforbreakfast
In 1871, the Supreme Court finalized its revolutionary claim over the states in Tarble’s Case. [read post]
13 Jun 2012, 9:30 am
 One question would be whether a state court would be an adequate forum--and that question is puzzling because under the line of precedent going back to Tarble's Case in 1871, there are limits on the ability of state courts to issue injunctions that run against federal officials. [read post]
17 Dec 2011, 8:50 am by Colin Miller
The victim lived at an all-female residence hall, Tarble Hall, and [d]uring an orientation at Tarble Hall, the residents stood up, introduced themselves to each other, talked about their hobbies and interests, and then went down to the lake to pick out a rock to use as a “door stop” for their dorm doors. [read post]
10 Oct 2007, 5:39 am
As such, the Clause delineates the only circumstances wherein Congress may abridge the otherwise-available common law writ of habeas corpus.The problem, as the essay retraces, comes from reading together the Supreme Court's decisions in Ex parte Bollman (1807) and Tarble's Case (1872), the former of which precluded common-law habeas corpus in the federal courts, and the latter of which denied state courts the authority to issue habeas petitions against federal custodians.… [read post]
20 May 2008, 12:21 pm
Ex parte Bollman arguably prevents detainees from going straight to the Supreme Court, and Tarble's Case, for better or worse, prevents detainees from pressing their claims in state courts. [read post]
23 Feb 2019, 11:22 am by Jeff Schmitt
Tarble’s Case (1872) is commonly cited for the proposition that a state judge cannot issue a writ of habeas for the discharge of a federal prisoner. [read post]
15 Nov 2017, 7:43 am by Amanda Frost
 In Tarble’s Case, decided in 1872, the Supreme Court held that state courts lack the authority to issue habeas relief to those held in federal custody. [read post]
27 Apr 2021, 6:18 am by Nicholas Mosvick
By 1871, in Tarble’s Case, Justice Stephen Field spoke of conscription as a clear power of Congress. [read post]
29 Jun 2022, 11:24 pm by Jon L. Gelman
See, e.g., Tarble’s Case, 13 Wall. 397, 398 (the “National government[’s] . . . power ‘to raise and support armies’ ” cannot be “question[ed by] any State authority”); United States v. [read post]