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Law

A line item veto is a specific type of veto which allows a chief executive to veto certain parts of a bill passed by a legislative assembly in order to prevent those provisions from becoming law. This veto enables the chief executive to determine that certain parts of a bill...

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According to the Black’s law dictionary (2016), armed robbery can be defined as “a robbery where the person carrying out is armed by having a lethal weapon and threatens his victims with bodily harm.” Undoubtedly, armed robbery is a serious crime, but if it requires a further punishment enforcement is...

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PartiesThe plaintiff was Freedom to Work, an American nonprofit organization, which was represented by Christine E. Webber and Peter Romer-Friedman of Cohen Milstein Sellers & Toll (“Lawsuit Claims LGBT Bias,” 2013). The defendant was the Exxon Mobil Corporation, an American corporation. Facts The Exxon Mobil Corporation is an international corporation...

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In the study of the world leading newspaper ‘The Guarding,’ the reflection on the modern-day slavery raises the vulnerability of the specific groups of workers and the exploitation of human labor. The paper asserts that ‘slavery, forced labor, and trafficking are serious crimes under international and most national laws.’ (Plant,...

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In 1920 the Volsted Act went into effect. This act enabled the legislation for the amendment that prohibited manufacturing, sale and transport of alcoholic beverages; this policy is collectively termed “Prohibition”.  Those who were in support of the Prohibition were motivated by the desire to reduce the detrimental effect of...

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Abstract The Sixth Amendment of the United States Constitution affords each citizen the right to due process of the law, and the right to adequate counsel. If this is a right, why are the poor subjected to unfair treatment in judicial proceedings in the form of either inadequate or inappropriate...

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The perception of gun rights in the USA is a very complex issue, and one, which is influenced by a number of different factors (e.g., politics, religion, geographic location, etc.). Although views on the possession of guns and firearms may be quite variable, it is actually more conservative than people...

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The forming of American government was not quick, nor was it easy. It was the culmination of years of political struggle, with opposing groups going at one another to determine who would eventually shape the future of the nation. With this is in mind, one of the biggest changes to...

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My social service agency is a private mental hospital. Services include inpatient and outpatient treatments for mental illnesses and drug addiction. Much of the status of our clients' rights and protections are provided by law. Of course, the hospital prioritizes a medical model of treatment. There are 20 psychiatrists, but...

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