United States v. Lee

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United States v. Lee may refer to either of the following United States Supreme Court decisions:

  • United States v. Lee (1882), an 1882 decision ruling that prohibition on lawsuits against the federal government did not extend to officers of the government themselves
  • United States v. Lee (1927), a 1927 prohibition-era decision allowing the U.S. Coast Guard to search and seize vessels outside U.S. territorial waters if the occupants are suspected of consuming or transporting alcohol
  • United States v. Lee (1982), a 1982 decision ruling that an Amish group who are religiously opposed to the national social security system are not exempt from the requirement