Grusendorf v. City of Oklahoma City
Significance, Tenth Circuit Finds City's Policy Reasonable, Impact, Further Readings
City of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
That city regulation which prohibited firefighter trainees from smoking both on duty and off duty violated his constitutional right to privacy.
Chief Lawyer for Appellant
Steven M. Angel
Chief Lawyer for Appellee
Diane Davis Huckins
Judges for the Court
James E. Barrett (writing for the court), Bruce S. Jenkins, Deanell Reece Tacha
Date of Decision
17 April 1987
The city regulation was reasonably related to the city's legitimate interest in protecting the health and safety of its firefighters, and thus was constitutional.
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