Quinn v. Muscare,
425 U.S. 560 (1976)

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Quinn v. Muscare, 425 U.S. 560 (1976)

Quinn v. Muscare

No. 75-130

Argued March 30, 1976

Decided May 3, 1976

425 U.S. 560


Writ of certiorari to review the Court of Appeals' judgment holding that respondent fireman was suspended without procedural due process for violating the challenged fire department personal appearance regulation, and expressing doubt as to the validity of such regulation, is dismissed as improvidently granted, where, following the grant of certiorari, this Court, in Kelley v. Johnson, ante p. 425 U. S. 238, upheld a similar police department regulation, and the applicable civil service rules were revised to provide for pre-suspension hearings in all nonemergency cases.

520 F.2d 1212, certiorari dismissed as improvidently granted.

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