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  • Correctional Violence In Schools

    In recent years, spanking and use of physical discipline towards a child has not only been a hotly debated issue in parenting but in Canadian politics and law as well. For centuries physical acts such as spanking, slapping and grabbing have been popular ways to discipline children, but does that mean such abuse should be justified? Amidst numerous recognition of the rights of children by advocates and the government to monumental societal changes regarding parental discipline, correctional…

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  • Essay On Statutory Criminal Law

    with issues of universal health care, immigration, and same sex marriage, the U.S. Supreme Court has ruled or upheld these federal enacted laws as constitutional. However, some states have challenged these laws and have called into question the constitutionality and the power of the federal government to enact or impose such laws, most states feel that these laws infringe on their individual rights to address these…

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  • Racial Segregation In Public Schools 1954

    The Court in its 1954 ruling decided that racial segregation in public schools is unconstitutional and that all provisions of federal, state, or local law must accept the new principle. Only thing that remains to be considered is the manner “in which the relief is to be accorded.” Based on different conditions in all states that are involved in this case, the Court asked for Attorney General of the United States and Attorney General of all states in which the racial segregation is permitted to…

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  • Hammer Vs Dagenhart Summary

    Hammer v. Dagenhart is an important case in U.S Constitutional law because it carried significant implications about the power of Congress to regulate commerce through the Commerce law. This influential case was centered on the constitutionality of the Keating-Owen Child Labor Act. The controversial act was brought into play on the first of September 1916. This statute prohibited the transportation in interstate commerce of goods produced at factories that violated certain restrictions on child…

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  • Judicial Oversight And Prison Analysis

    Judicial oversight of prisons and jails is a very important part of the criminal justice system as it protects the rights of prisoners and ensures they are treated in a humane way. Some recent decisions have backed up this statement. A federal court in Massachusetts ruled in 1995 that a group of inmates had their constitutional rights violated because being a fire hazard, infested with insects and other creatures, and lack of toilets (Rights of inmates, 2016). A federal court in the District…

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  • Abortion Legal Case Study

    Abortion Abortion became a primary issue with the court case Roe v. Wade when a decision was made by the Supreme Court in 1973 regarding the subject. The courts later changed certain parts of their decision with the court case Planned Parenthood of Southeastern Pennsylvania v. Casey in 1992. The cases fought over the rights to receive an abortion and argued the right to do so through means of the Due Process clause of the 14th amendment and the Right to Privacy implied in previous cases.…

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  • Korematsu Court Case Study

    taken from them. The court case Korematsu v. United States was one of the most controversial court cases regarding the internment of japanese internment. The case begins with Fred Korematsu, a twenty-three year old welder, disagreed with the constitutionality of E.O. He stayed in the exclusion zone, and tried to assimilate into the Spanish population. He changed his name to Clyde Sarah, and underwent surgery to change the slant in his eyes. He was arrested and held in a local jail. An attorney…

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  • Bill Of Rights Violations

    1. Bill of rights Violation. The U.S. Bill of Rights is the collective name for the first ten amendments to the United States Constitution. And by the provisions of the “due process” and “equal protection” provisions of the 14th amendment to the U.S. Constitution, these prohibitions apply to states and local governments as well. The 14th amendment says, in part: “No state shall make or enforce any law which shall abridge the privileges or immunities of citizens of the United States.”…

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  • Advantages And Disadvantages Of Plea Bargain

    For many years, in one form or another, the criminal justice system has existed. The criminal justice system is the system that enforces rules and regulates the safest structure for society. There are many levels to enforcing justice and one crucial part of the criminal justice system is plea bargaining. According to Jus 505 lecture (2011), a plea bargain is when a defendant pleads guilty to their offence to receive a less harsh punishment. There has been much controversy over this procedure…

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  • Griswold V. Wade Case Study

    Roe v. Wade was not the first point in history abortion was discussed. Prior to the court case, many states, and eventually the Supreme Court, ruled on the constitutionality of state laws which preluded Roe v. Wade. In 1879, a Connecticut law was enacted stating that any one person who attempted through medical means to prevent conception of a child should “be fined not less than forty dollars or imprisoned no less than sixty days” (“Griswold v. Connecticut…”). This meant that any form of…

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