- Ag Docket
(plaintiff, raisin grower, is a "handler" who "acquired" raisins and is, thus, subject to Ag Marketing Agreement Act of 1937 and the order regulating the "Handling of Raisins Produced from Raising Variety Grapes Grown in California"; penalties imposed by judicial officer did not violate the Excessive Fines Clause of the Eighth Amendment; Marketing Order's reserve requirement does not violate Due Process Clause of Fifth Amendment as a physical taking of plaintiff's private property without just compensation; judicial officer's decision to dismiss plaintiff's administrative petition not arbitrary, capricious, abuse of discretion or contrary to law; summary judgment granted to defendant).
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