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Supreme Court of the United States

By Cheney, Richard B.

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Title: Supreme Court of the United States  
Author: Cheney, Richard B.
Language: English
Subject: Law., Law & economy, Litigation and arbitration
Collections: Law Library Collection
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Publisher: Department of Justice


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Excerpt: The United States District Court for the District of Columbia entered discovery orders directing the Vice President and other senior officials in the Executive Branch to produce information about a task force established to give advice and make policy recommendations to the President. This case requires us to consider the circumstances under which a court of appeals may exercise its power to issue a writ of mandamus to modify or dissolve the orders when, by virtue of their over breadth, enforcement might interfere with the officials in the discharge of their duties and impinge upon the President?s constitutional prerogatives.


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