Legal Research Written Assignment, law homework help

Use Lexis.com and the Shepardize feature to list each stage in the case of State v. Opperman, 89 S.D. 25 (S.D. 1975). It was heard in trial court, then South Dakota Supreme Court, then U.S. Supreme Court, and finally back in South Dakota Supreme Court.

For each stage, list the court, the basic result (who won), and the citation. You may omit the citation for the trial court stage.

For the final stage in that case, State v. Opperman, 247 N.W.2d 673 (S.D. 1976),
summarize the ultimate result and reasoning in that case.

For this assignment, you do not to present your information in formal paper form. Instead, you can provide the information in separation sections, and you can use grids or bullets points to outline the case history (although, narrative information should be provided in full sentences)

Your submission should include the following elements. Each are discussed more fully below.

1.Case history

2.Summary of outcome of final stage in the case, including decision made by court and reasoning.

3.Search and seizure discussion

a.Using Shepards, find a case from another state that cites the Opperman case. (screen shot required)

b.Using Lexis, find an ALR or law review article that addresses the key issues in the Opperman case. (screen shot required)

4.Source list

CASE HISTORY

For this assignment, you are going to track the path of a case that started at the trial court level in South Dakota and made its way through the appeal process, back down to trial court level, and then back on appeal. Please make sure to use this grid below. The grid indicates how many entries I am expecting and gives you a map about the course this case took.

TITLE: Summary of issues and case history of the case State v. Opperman, 247 N.W2d. 673 (S.D. 1976)

Level

Name of court

Citation

Result (who won)

Trial court level

None

Appellate level

Appellate level

Trial court level

None

Appellate level

State v. Opperman, 247 N.W2d. 673 (S.D. 1976)

Be sure to cite your case using Blue Book form. There are examples in your text book, and you can use the Noodle tool. You can use the citation button in Lexis, but keep in mind that your citation should not reference Lexis.

HINT: Using the Shepards tool in Lexis can help you quickly find case history. Using the “show map” under case name can help you quickly see map of case and find case citation for earlier decisions.

OUTCOME

Briefly describe the ultimate result and the reasoning of the court in the final stage of the case. (State v. Opperman, 247 N.W. 673 (S.D. 1976).)Be sure to note the name of the court that made the decision in the final stage of the case.

SEARCH AND SEIZURE DISCUSSION

1.Using the Shepardize tool in Lexis, find a case that relies on and/or cites the Opperman case. Summarize the result and reasoning of that additional case you found, focusing on the search and seizure issues in the case. Include a screen shot. This case should come from another state.

2.Using Lexis, find an ALR article or law review article that addresses the issues that were prominent in Opperman. Summarize the article, focusing the summary on search and seizure law. Include a screen shot.

SOURCE LIST (starting on new page)

 
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