Peeples v. Brown
444 U.S. 1303 (1979)

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Peeples v. Brown, 444 U.S. 1303 (1979)

Peeples v. Brown, 444 U.S. 1303 (1979)

No. A-52

Decided November 29, 1979

444 U.S. 1303

Syllabus

Application for stay and injunction pending appeal from the Court of Appeals' order denying a stay pending appeal to that court from the District Court's judgment for respondents in applicant's action for injunctive relief against his discharge from the Navy for sexual misconduct, is denied. The application does not clearly indicate what grounds applicant would urge upon the Court of Appeals in seeking reversal of the District Court's judgment, what the transcript showed to support the administrative findings, or what the law prescribes as to the standards of administrative and judicial review of the proceedings leading to his discharge. Even if applicant's claim on the merits were more comprehensible and persuasive, he still failed to show the necessary irreparable injury required for a mandatory injunction.

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