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Item #69455 City of Mesquite v Aladdin's Castle. Inscribed by Justice Stevens. Supreme Court of the United States, John Stevens.

City of Mesquite v Aladdin's Castle. Inscribed by Justice Stevens

A Supreme Court Decision Concerning Minors Inscribed by Justice Stevens Supreme Court of the United States. [Stevens, John Paul]. City of Mesquite v. Aladdin's Castle, Inc. Appeal from the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit. [Washington, DC: Government Printing Office, 1982]. ii, 12, 3, [1], 8 pp. Octavo. Stapled wrappers. Presentation inscription by Justice Stevens on cover page. Fine. $300. * This decision overturned a vague Texas statute forbidding minors from entering an amusement center without adult supervision. Justice Stevens wrote the opinion of the Court. A U.S. Supreme Court opinion is disseminated through a four-step process. The first is a bench opinion, which is issued on the day the Court announces a decision. A slip opinion, which often incorporates revisions, is issued a few days afterwards. With the addition of an index and other features, such as a table, an opinion is issued later as a softcover Preliminary Print designated as a Part. Over time, it is joined with other parts to make up a preliminary softcover United States Reports volume. A few years later, the opinion, after a final round of editing and indexing, is printed in its final, official, form in the hardcover United States Reports.

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Book number 69455