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Foreachfactpattern, specifytheessentiallegalissue(s) involved, describethelegalconceptsfromthetext, decidewhichsideshouldwin, andexplainyourreasoningandhowyouusedthelegalconceptstoarriveatyourdecision. SeetheCaseAnalysisInstructionsforfurtherinformationaboutcompletingthisassignment.

 

  1. Brian Short v. State of Florida

BrianandJenniferwereinlove. Theyhadbeenhighschoolsweethearts, andtheyplannedtogetmarriedwhentheybothgraduatedfromSaintLeoUniversity. However, therewasoneproblem: BrianandJenniferwerebothveryshort. Eachstoodlessthanfivefeettall. ThestateofFloridahadrecentlypassedalawthatprohibitedtwoveryshortpeoplefrommarrying. Indefenseofthelaw, thestateassertedthatinordertomaintaindominancewiththestateuniversityathleticprograms (e.g. Gatorfootballandbasketball, Seminolefootball), thestatehadalegitimateinterestinmakingsurethatthechildrenborninFloridawouldbeastallaspossible. Afterall, footballbringsinsomuchmoneytotheuniversities, whichallowslessfinancialstrainonthestatetosupportthem. Further, biggerchildrenarelesslikelytofallintosmallholes, andseatbeltscanfitthembetter; thus, thislawwouldprotectallthechildrenofthestate. ThislawwastitledMaintainingthesizeofourchildrenlaw. BrianandJenniferhavesuedthestate, claimingthatthelawisunconstitutional.

 

  1. Michael v. University

Michaelpulledanallnighterstudyingforanimportantexam. Hewasexhaustedthenextday, andduringtheexam, performedheadrotationstoloosenhiscrampedneckmuscles. Dr. Pickett, whowasproctoringtheexam, sawhimstretchingandthoughthewaslookingattheanswersheetofthestudentsettingnexttohim. Shetookhisexamanddismissedhimfromtheclassroom. Shealsotoldhimthatbecauseofhischeating, hewouldautomaticallyfailtheclass. Thenextday, MichaeldiscoveredthathehadbeendismissedfromtheUniversitywithnotuitionrefundsandthathistranscriptshadbeendeleted. MichaelissuingtheUniversityclaimingthattheUniversitysactionswereunconstitutionalandaskingtobereinstatedandtocontinuehiseducationwithoutpenalty.

 

  1. Taylor Lautner v. Taylor Swift

 

TaylorSwiftwaslivinginthesamehousewithTaylorLautnerforthreeyears. Duringthattime, theybothpursuedindependentactingandmusiccareers, andeachearnedsubstantialincome. Theywereasmuchinloveascanbeandsharedmanygoodtimes. Theyneverpooledtheirfinancialresourcesintooneaccount, andeachpaidtheirownexpensesexceptfortherent, whichtheysplitdownthemiddle. Bymutualconsent, theyagreedthattheyhadfallenoutofloveandwereeachinterestedinpursuingotherrelationships. Afterashorttime, Mr. Lautnersactingrolesdriedup. HeisnowsuingMs. Swiftforhalfofeverythingsheearnedwhiletheywerecohabitatingtogether

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