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    My parents are overprotective. It honestly frustrates me when half the time I’m never allowed to go anywhere with my friends, and go to places without my parents having to be…

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    categorization and its effect on an individual’s rights. The court normally finds a state classification constitutional if it has "a rational basis" to a "legitimate state purpose." However, the Supreme Court has applied more stringent analysis in different cases. The Court will "strictly scrutinize" a case to make sure the case is being handled correctly. In order for a law or rule to be subject to strict scrutiny, it must show that the law or its implementation was meant to be discriminatory…

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    When it comes to structure, both my parents grew up in a strict family and from what I’ve heard based on their perceptions, life was hard even though it may have seemed perfect from another’s eyes. Structuration is “the process by which systems are produced and reproduced through members’ use of rules and resources” (West, 2014, pg. 273). In my parents’ case, the rules their parents set out for them influenced how they lived back then and ultimately, how they live today. All in all, it…

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    Affirmative action, by definition, is an action or policy favoring those who tend to suffer from discrimination, especially in relation to employment or education. Using varying instruments and policies, Affirmative Action aims to help underrepresented groups have a better job opportunities or college admissions. Generations of people have been disadvantaged by institutionalized discrimination and one way to remedy this is to place a policy that evens out the playing field. There has been…

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    Sense Of Justice Essay

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    the law will be challenged. When examining if a law contradicts or violates the US Constitution, also known as judicial review, the courts have three scrutiny standards: rational basis review, intermediate scrutiny, and strict scrutiny. The nature of the interest determines the level of scrutiny applied by the courts. The level of scrutiny determines how a court will analyzing the law as well as who has the burden of proof. Rational basis review considers whether a law is "rationally related" to…

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    Free Exercise Clause

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    the First Amendment.” Knowing then, that the Free Exercise Clause must apply to the States, we must then test to see if Article 20 Section 2 of the Arizona State Constitution is in violation of the clause. This court has in the past, held that polygamy is not a protected religious practice. See e.g., Reynolds V United States. Reynolds, though, fails to meet a number of criteria for it to be considered applicable in this case. In Reynolds, the court held that religious duty was not a suitable…

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    Heffron Case Study

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    Heffron is similar to our case, because both the regulation in Heffron and our ordinance place restrictions on where individuals are permitted to engage in solicitation. In determining the content neutrality of the regulation in Heffron, the court held that the restriction was content-neutral because it was not intended to silence one particular message and was not an attempt to regulate ideas because the regulation applied evenhandedly to all who wished to engage in solicitation, regardless of…

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    Because of the violation of equal protection strict scrutiny should be used. If this is used, the university could prove that the use of race is a compelling state interest. The university would also have to provide information that using race is the only possible way that their goal of diversity can be reached. Because Fisher said her rights under the Fourteenth amendment were violated, the University of Texas should have evidence to prove why diversity is a compelling interest. They would…

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    inform a firm of an inadvertent disclosure when it can be reasonably determined. Therefore, it is likely that the court will rule for the return of the privileged documents. FACTS This is a case that involves Abby Whelan, a local citizen, and Speedy Motors, Inc. (Speedy), a manufacturer of golf carts. The following facts are furnished from the law office of Hull & Grant, P.A. on September 20th, 2016. The dispute at hand concerns the inadvertent disclosure of privileged documents. On May 15,…

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    Ecommerce In Arms Act Case

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    product, when used as intended or in a reasonably foreseeable manner, except that where the discharge of the product was caused by a volitional act that constituted a criminal offense, then such act shall be considered the sole proximate cause of any resulting death, personal injuries or property damage; or (vi) an action or proceeding commenced by the Attorney General to enforce the provisions of chapter 44 of Title 18 or chapter 53 of Title 26. [Will paraphrase!] ii. Legislative and…

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