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Law

Abstract The Presidency was designed to be a powerful executive, but changes over time may have given the President too much power. This paper demonstrates areas in which presidential powers have increased by design or circumstance, creating the danger of presidential overreach. These areas include war powers, economic powers, social...

1078 words

Few misfortunes are as devastating to young drivers as the effects of drunk driving. Often seen as a minor infraction of the law with few repercussions, the reality of young people driving while under the influence is often life altering. The effects of drunk driving on teen drivers include arrest...

708 words

Pick a bill of rights and show the constitutional limitations of this amendment (cover both sides of the topic or pros and cons) The amendments that led to the development of the Bill of Rights were instituted by James Madison as a way of protecting individuals’ liberties. There had always...

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13VSA2001 False Personation - pretending to be someone else to get money/goods/other One of the easiest ways to falsely personate another would be easily carried out by an identical twin or a sibling who was very close in age and closely resembled their sibling. A twin could obtain a copy...

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There are many arguments over the legalization of marijuana that have scientific, social and cultural significance. While some like Miron argue that “the drug comes with a long list of negative side effects,” (5) others, including Caulkins et al claim the drug may be no more damaging than alcohol, and,...

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The Daubert Standard provides for opposing motions, as well as judicial discretion, in certain cases involving the presentation of ostensibly scientific testimony presented at trial. The standard grew out of a series of cases in the 1990s in which so-called 'expert scientific testimony' was crucially questioned by counsel. In common...

726 words

In a case between Brown Governor of California, et al. v Plata et al. filed in 2001. The state admitted that inadequacies in prison medical care infringed Eighth Amendment rights of a prisoner. During the case, it was argued that, California’s prisons had an excessive population. The prisons which are...

290 words

Introduction The question whether prostitution ought to be legalized in the U.S. has consistently been discussed as the subject of numerous newspaper and journal publications. Besides, it is a widely debated issue at many websites as well as social media. The ongoing debate on this issue encompasses two opposing perspectives...

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Toobin and Breyer present two different perspectives on the importance of justices being politicians. Personally, I do not believe that it is important for justices to be politicians. This is because justices adjudicate important national issues and they should not allow their political affiliations to influence their opinions. In addition,...

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