1 locate most recent case your states highest court explains standard or requirements movant

1. Locate the most recent case from your state’s highest court that explains the standard or the requirements a movant must meet for the trial court to grant a summary judgment motion.
Give the following information for that case:
a. The case’s citation.
b. What key number pertains to your inquiry?
c. What are the requirements the movant must demonstrate for the trial court to grant a summary judgment motion?
d. Does the case explain the purpose behind summary judgment motions? If so, what is the purpose?
e. In searching for that case, how many cases did your search reveal?
2. Locate the most recent case in federal court (irrespective of which Circuit) that explains the standard or requirements in federal court that a movant must meet for the trial court to grant a summary judgment motion.
Give the following information for that case:
a. The case’s citation.
b. What key number pertains to your inquiry?
c. What are the requirements the movant must demonstrate for the trial court to grant a summary judgment motion?
d. Does the case explain the purpose behind summary judgment motions? If so, what is the purpose?
e. In searching for that case, how many cases did your search reveal?
3. How do the federal court and state court standards for granting a summary judgment motion compare? Which court has the higher standard?
4. Locate the most recent case from your state’s highest court that explains the standard or the requirements the movant must meet for the trial court to grant a motion to suppress evidence (not a confession) in a criminal case.
Give the following information for that case:
a. The case’s citation.
b. What key number pertains to your inquiry?
c. What are the requirements the movant must demonstrate for the trial court to grant a suppression motion?
d. Does the case explain the purpose behind suppression motions? If so, what is the purpose?
e. In searching for that case, how many cases did your search reveal?
5. Locate the most recent case from a federal court (any Circuit) that explains the standard or the requirements the movant must meet for the trial court to grant a motion to suppress evidence (not a confession) in a criminal case.
Give the following information for that case:
a. The case’s citation.
b. What key number pertains to your inquiry?
c. What are the requirements the movant must demonstrate for the trial court to grant a suppression motion?
d. Does the case explain the purpose behind suppression motions? If so, what is the purpose?
e. In searching for that case, how many cases did your search reveal?
6. How do the federal and state standards for granting a suppression of evidence motion compare? In which court will it be easier to prevail on such a motion if you represent a criminal defendant?
7. Search for the answer to the rear-end collision problem we’ve been dealing with, in your state’s highest court.
Give the following information for that case:
a. The case’s citation.
b. What key number pertains to your inquiry?
c. How do the requirements differ from the answer to Question 1?
8. A search for the answer to the rear-end collision problem we’ve been dealing with, in federal court.
Give the following information for that case:
a. The case’s citation.
 
b. What key number pertains to your inquiry?
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