U.S. Supreme Court
Weinstein v. Bradford, 423 U.S. 147 (1975)
Weinstein v. Bradford
Decided December 10, 1975
423 U.S. 147
Where respondent was paroled after the Court of Appeals upheld his claim in his action against petitioner parole board members that he was constitutionally entitled to certain procedural rights in connection with petitioners' consideration of his eligibility for parole, the case is moot, and does not present an issue "capable of repetition, yet evading review," since the action is not a class action and there is no demonstrated probability that respondent will again be subjected to the parole system. Super Tire Engineering Co. v. McCorkle, 416 U. S. 115, distinguished.
519 F.2d 728, vacated and remanded.