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Modern Data ( 1946-2015 ) Legacy Data (1791 - 1945) Analysis Results
Analysis Case Detail
Supreme Court Detail
Case Name
MCCULLEN v. COAKLEY
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Date Decision June 26, 2014
Date Argument January 15, 2014
Decision Type opinion of the court (orally argued)
Citations 134 S. Ct. 2518
2014 U.S. LEXIS 4499
189 L. Ed. 2d 502
Docket 12-1168

Lower Court Detail
Court in which Case Originated Massachusetts U.S. District Court
Court whose Decision was Reviewed U.S. Court of Appeals, First Circuit
Petitioner protester, demonstrator, picketer or pamphleteer (non-employment related), or non-indigent loiterer
Respondent governmental official, or an official of an agency established under an interstate compact
Massachusetts

Vote Detail
Issue/Legal Provision
(1 of 2)
PRIVACY
Abortion: Including Contraceptives
CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT
First Amendment (speech, press, and assembly)
Split Vote Issue/Provision
Vote Coalition 1 9 - 0
Decision Direction 1 Conservative
Justice Votes 1
(split-vote)
voted with majority or plurality
Ginsburg
Breyer
Roberts
Sotomayor
Kagan
special concurrence
Scalia
Kennedy
Thomas
Alito
Vote Coalition 2 5 - 4
Decision Direction 2 Liberal
Justice Votes 2
(split-vote)
voted with majority or plurality
Ginsburg
Breyer
Roberts
Sotomayor
Kagan
dissent
Scalia
Kennedy
Thomas
Alito
Issue/Legal Provision
(2 of 2)
FIRST AMENDMENT
Protest Demonstrations (other Than As Pertains To Sit-in Demonstrations): Demonstrations And Other Forms Of Protest Based On First Amendment Guarantees
STATE OR LOCAL LAW OR REGULATION
State or Local Law Regulation
Vote Coalition 9 - 0
Decision Direction Liberal
Justice Votes
voted with majority or plurality
Ginsburg
Breyer
Roberts
Sotomayor
Kagan
special concurrence
Scalia
Kennedy
Thomas
Alito

Supreme Court Database Detail
SCDB ID 2013-068-01

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