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Clapper v. Amnesty International

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Case Term OT 2012
Category Constitutional Law
Question Presented Whether respondents lack Article III standing to seek prospective relief because they proffered no evidence that the United States would imminently acquire their international communications using Section 1881a-authorized surveillance and did not show that an injunction prohibiting Section 1881a-authorized surveillance would likely redress their purported injuries.
Lower Court's Decision No
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Outcome - Reverse

This case was decided on 26 February, 2013.

Roberts
Robertsremand
Scalia
Scaliaremand
Kennedy
Kennedyremand
Thomas
Thomasremand
Ginsburg
Ginsburgaffirm
Breyer
Breyeraffirm
Alito
Alitoremand
Sotomayor
Sotomayoraffirm
Kagan
Kaganaffirm