Court Cases: USA: Daniel Taylor Jenkins: Second Circuit Appeal

Table of Authorities

(The pages noted are those in the original document. )

Cases

  • Adams v. Commissioner of Internal Revenue,
    • 170 F.3d 173 (3rd Circuit 1999), pages 23, 24
  • Albert v. Carovano,
    • 851 F.2d 561 (2nd Circuit 1988), page 10
  • Anthony v. City of New York,
    • 339 F.3d 129 (2nd Circuit 2003), page 9
  • Banat v. Commissioner of Internal Revenue,
    • 80 Federal Appx. 705, 203 US App. LEXIS 23403 (2nd Circuit 2003)
    • (Not-for-Publication), page 28
  • Beechwood Restorative Care Center v. Leeds,
    • 436 F.3d 147 (2nd Circuit 2006), page 9
  • Boag v. MacDougall,
    • 454 US 364 (1982), page 10
  • Browne v. United States,
    • 176 F.3d 25 (2nd Circuit 1999),
    • cert. denied, 528 US 1116 (2000), pages 23, 24
  • Burgos v. Hopkins,
    • 14 F.3d 787 (2nd Circuit 1994), page 9
  • Burke v. Commissioner of Internal Revenue,
    • 929 F.2d 110 (2nd Circuit 1991), page 11
  • Consolidated Edison Company of New York v. UGI Utilities, Inc.,
    • 423 F.3d 90 (2nd Circuit 2005), page 10
  • Gins v. Mauser Plumbing Supply Company,
    • 148 F.2d 974 (2nd Circuit 1945), page 10
  • Gonzales v. O Centro Espirita Beneficente Uniao do Vegetal,
    • __ US __, 126 S.Ct. 1211, 163 L.Ed.2d 1017 (2006),
    • pages 3, 8, 11, 23-25, 26
  • Graham v. Lewinski,
    • 848 F.2d 342 (2nd Circuit 1988), page 9
  • Green v. United States,
    • 260 F.3d 78 (2nd Circuit 2001), page 9
  • Green Mountain Railroad Corp. v. State of Vermont,
    • 404 F.3d 638 (2nd Circuit 2005), page 9
  • Griswold v. Connecticut,
    • 381 US 479 (1965), page 12
  • Haines v. Kerner,
    • 404 US 519 (1972), page 10
  • Hankins v. Lyght,
    • 438 F.3d 163, 171 (2nd Circuit 2006), pages 3, 7, 22
  • Hughes v. Rowe,
    • 449 US 5 (1980), page 10
  • Maduakolam v. Columbia University,
    • 866 F.3d 53 (2nd Circuit 1989), page 28
  • May v. Commissioner of Internal Revenue,
    • 752 F.2d 1301 (1985), pages 11, 28
  • Mikinberg v. Baltic S.S. Company,
    • 988 F.2d 327 (2nd Circuit 1993), page 9
  • Newman v. Silver,
    • 713 F.2d 14 (2nd Circuit 1983), page 10
  • Planned Parenthood v. Casey,
    • 505 US 833 (1992), page 13
  • Poe v. Ullman,
    • 367 US 497 (1961), page 14
  • Richmond Newspapers, Inc. v. Virginia,
    • 448 US 555 (1980), page 15
  • Roe v. Wade,
    • 410 US 113 (1973), page 13
  • Tingle v. Commissioner,
    • 73 T.C. 816 (1980), page 12
  • United States v. Bifield,
    • 702 F.2d 342 (2nd Circuit 1983), pages 7, 13, 14, 16
  • United States v. Lee,
    • 455 US 252 (1982), pages 12, 24
  • United States v. Philadelphia Yearly Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends,
    • 322 F.Supp. 2d 603 (E.D. Pa. 2004), pages 22, 23, 27
  • Vermont Teddy Bear Company v. 1-800 Beargram Company,
    • 373 F.3d 241 (2nd Circuit 2004), page 9
  • Whelan v. Roe,
    • 429 US 589 (1977), page 13
  • Zorn v. Premiere Homes, Inc.,
    • 109 Federal Appx. 475, 2004 LEXIS 20329) (2nd Circuit 2004)
    • (Not-for-Publication), pages 13, 14

Federal Constitution, Statutes and Rules

  • First Amendment, pages 2, 3, 12, 14
  • Ninth Amendment, page passim
  • Fifth Amendment, page 14
  • Sixth Amendment, page 14
  • Fourteenth Amendment, page 13
  • 26 USC § 6330(d), page 1
  • 26 USC § 6673, pages 1, 2, 5, 8, 11, 26, 29
  • 26 USC § 7482(a), page 1
  • Religious Freedom Restoration Act of 1993,
    • 42 USC § 2000bb, et seq., pages 2, 3, 7-8, 10-11, 22-26
  • Act of May 8, 1792, §1, page 20
  • Act of February 24, 1864, ch. 13, §17, 13 Stat. 6, 9, pages 21-22
  • Federal Rules of Civil Procedure 11, page 28
  • Federal Rules of Civil Procedure 56(c), pages 9, 10
  • USTC Rule 121, pages 1, 5, 9, 10

State Constitutions and Statutes

  • Constitution of State of New Hampshire of 1784, page 20
  • Constitution of State of New York of 1777, pages 16-17
  • Constitution of State of New York of 1821, page 18
  • Constitution of State of New York of 1846, page 19
  • Constitution of Commonwealth of Pennsylvania of 1776, page 20
  • Constitution of State of Vermont of 1777, page 20
  • New York Act of April 4, 1786, page 17
  • New York Act of March 9, 1793, page 17
  • New York Act of April 8, 1808, page 17
  • New York Act of March 29, 1809, page 17
  • New York Act of April 15, 1814, page 18
  • New York Act of March 29, 1816, page 18
  • New York Act of April 21, 1818, page 18
  • New York Act of April 14, 1820, page 18
  • New York Act of April 23, 1823, page 19
  • New York Act of April 12, 1824, page 19
  • New York Act of May 13, 1846, page 19
  • New York Act of September 8, 1847, page 19
  • New York Civil Rights Law, Article 2, § 6, page 19

Other Authorities

  • Randy E. Barnett,
    • Restoring the Lost Constitution
    • (Princeton University Press 2004), page 15 
  • Randy E. Barnett,
    • The Ninth Amendment: It Means What It Says,
    • Boston University School of Law Working Paper 05-14, August 24, 2005,
    • www.bu.edu/law/faculty/papers/BarnettR082405abstract.html, page 15
    • {Note the currently correct link is www.bu.edu/law/faculty/scholarship/workingpapers/new-Barnett-05.html
    • See also: Randy E. Barnett, “The Ninth Amendment: It Means What It Says”, Texas Law Review, Volume 85, Number 1 (November 2006) - webweaver 11/18/2008}
  • Russell L. Caplan,
    • The History and Meaning of the Ninth Amendment,
    • 69 Virginia Law Revue 223 (1983), page 15
  • Lawrence Tribe,
    • American Constitutional Law
    • (1978), page 14