The united states sought to enjoin the new york times and washington post from publishing contents of a confidential study about the governments decision making with regards to vietnam policy the district court in the new york times case and the district court and the court of appeals in the washington post case held that the government had not met the requisite burden justifying such a prior restraint. Petitionernew york times company respondentunited stateslocationformer new york times headquarters docket no 1873 decided by burger court 1970 1971 lower court united states court of appeals for the second circuit citation 403 us 713 1971 argued jun 26 1971 decided jun 30 1971. May 13 2017 by content team following is the case brief for new york v united states 505 us 144 1992 case summary of new york v united states the low level radioactive waste policy amendments act of 1985 included three incentive provisions to encourage states to address the shortage of waste disposal sites. Case argued june 26 1971 decision issued june 30 1971 petitioner new york times company respondent eric griswold solicitor general for the united states. The new york times co and the washington post defendants published excerpts from a top secret study of the vietnam war conducted by united states department of defense the united states government plaintiff brought suit against the new york times in district court seeking injunctions precluding publication of these excerpts on the grounds that doing so would jeopardize national security
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