You Be the Judge Essay examples

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Interpretation of law changings frequently, and how it is interpreted can determine ones willingness to enter legal action. According to The Legal Environment of Business and Online Commerce, “To bring a lawsuit, a plaintiff must have standing to sue. This means the plaintiff must have some stake in the outcome of the lawsuit (pg 25)”. This means someone must be tied in to the case where the outcome could directly affect him or her. If the standard to sue were to be abolished, it would allow a person(s) to sue anyone, ie. A person or a company, without having any real legal reason, and are most likely just trying to sue for finical gain. Laws are in place to protect people and property. Sometimes when abolished, more harm than good …show more content…
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The U.S. Constitution of the United States of America, is considered to be the supreme law that governs us. It contains a lot of information, to include separation of power, freedom of speech and concepts of federalism.
Interpretation of law(s) will time and time again, be challenged and in a way redefined in the way we are allowed to interpret it. There are three types of freedom of speech, they are fully protected, unprotected and partially protected. Joe’s employee argument might be considered under partially protected speech, subdivided for commercial speech. First and foremost we have to see where the employee’s freedom of speech is covered. Fully protected speech or freedom of speech as defined by Wikipedia “is the political right to communicate one's opinions and ideas using one's body and property to anyone who is willing to receive them (para2)”. Unprotected speech, is speech not normally covered under the first amendment and is generally forbidden by the government. Partially protected speech is divided into two sub-categories,

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