Justice Marshall may refer to:
- John Marshall (1755–1835), a Chief Justice of the United States Supreme Court
- Thurgood Marshall (1908–1993), an Associate Justice of the United States Supreme Court
- Margaret H. Marshall (born 1944), 23rd Chief Justice of the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court
- Roujet D. Marshall, an Associate Justice of the Wisconsin Supreme Court
Other articles related to "justice marshall, marshall, justice":
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... During oral argument, Justice Thurgood Marshall gave his analysis of the case ... Justice Marshall again asked the Marquette attorney if he was correct in stating that First National Bank of Omaha is sending mailing solicitations into his territory ... Finally, Justice Marshall asked the Marquette attorney, "You're claiming that the Omaha bank is taking customers away from Marquette?" The attorney agreed ...
... The rhetorical power of Justice Marshall's dissent comes from his portrayal of the law enforcement technique at issue in Bostick as one more likely to affect poor and ... and intimidating style in which the police carry them out, Justice Marshall disputed the points relied on by Justice O'Connor to reach her conclusion ... To Justice Marshall, the facts of the case "exhibit all of the elements of coercion associated with a typical bus sweep." The officers wore jackets displaying the logo of the Broward County ...
... The Sheriff tried to deliver Justice Matheson's order to the protestors late Sunday evening, March 5 ... March 9 Justice Marshall made three orders ... the respondents could be effected by the same methods Justice Matheson had provided for service of the injunction order (by police) ...
Famous quotes containing the words marshall and/or justice:
“She might have been old once and now, miraculously, young againbut with the memory of that other life intact. She seemed to know the world down there in the dark hall and beyond for what it was. Yet knowing, she still longed to leave this safe, sunlit place at the top of the house for the challenge there.”
—Paule Marshall (b. 1929)
“It is certain, in any case, that ignorance, allied with power, is the most ferocious enemy justice can have.”
—James Baldwin (19241987)