Tagged: Prisons

Week 28 (2020)

In Buscemi v. Bell, the Fourth Circuit held that two candidates unaffiliated with a political party and one voter seeking to cast votes for write-in candidates lacked standing to challenge North Carolina’s requirements that an unaffiliated candidate be a “qualified voter” and that a write-in candidate submit a certain number of signatures before votes cast for that write-in candidate will be counted.

Week 24 (2020)

In Estate of Jones v. City of Martinsburg, the Fourth Circuit held that the City of Martinsburg could not be held liable for a single incident of excessive force, by its police officers, that led to a man’s death.