New York Civil Svc. Comm'n v. Snead,
425 U.S. 457 (1976)

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New York Civil Svc. Comm'n v. Snead, 425 U.S. 457 (1976)

New York Civil Service Commission v. Snead

No. 75-805

Decided April 26, 1976

425 U.S. 457


Appellee's complaint making a challenge to the constitutionality of a New York statute governing leave of absence for mentally unfit civil service employees must be dismissed for lack of standing to assert such a challenge where the record discloses that the statute was never, in fact, properly applied to appellee.

409 F.Supp. 994, vacated and remanded.

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