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My Cases: Constitutional Challenges to Taxation

Shell v. Jefferson County, 454 So.2d 1331 (Ala 1984) -- unsuccessful attack on increased sewer charges

Eagerton v. Williams, 433 So.2d 436 (Ala 1983) -- represented amicus in class action seeking adjustment of taxes

Weissinger v. White, 733 F.2d 802 (11th Cir. 1984) -- unsuccessful attack on Alabama statute providing for "current use" valuation of farm property.

McCarthy v. Jones, 449 F.Supp. 480 (S.D. Ala. 1978) -- successful equal protection challenge to ad valorem taxation statute setting different rates in various counties

This entry was posted by Edward at 9:38 PM, 01 December 2005 | Categories: Case list , Constitutional law


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