Substantive due process

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  • Substantive Due Process

    Becoming principal you must understand the law of educational practices. The Law and Education class I found the most insightful. As a teacher you may not understand the why’s behind decisions and law can aid in understanding. With the assignments of research of Due Process, Bullying and FERPA, In the education system there are substantive due process and procedural due process. Due process is the effort not to deny a person of his/her rights as a person. Substantive due process is written within the student code of conduct or handbook. Although fairness and integrity are given with many altercations the procedural due process is steps to ensure the person, or student has steps that are followed, notice or charges, opportunity…

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  • Ecommerce In Arms Act Case

    by victims, families, and municipalities devastated by gun violence. Plaintiffs who had suits pending against gun or ammunition manufacturers or dealers arising out of third party criminal conduct or unlawful behavior found their suits immediately dismissed. The Protection of Lawful Commerce in Arms Act (PLCAA) prohibits these “qualified civil actions” from being brought in any state or federal court. Only a claim that a court deems to fit one of six narrow exceptions may survive;…

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  • Pros And Cons Of Substantive Due Process Clause

    The Equal Protection Clause is the constitutional promise that no individual or class of persons can be denied the same protection of the laws that is enjoyed by others individuals or classes. These protections include life, liberty, property, and the pursuit of hapiness. The Substantive Due Process Clause is similar in that it states that no person can be deprived of either life, liberty, or property devoid of due process. Substantive Due Process clause put limits on the content or subject…

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  • Timberlake Case Analysis

    took their scandalous actions over Member Timberlake’s objections, without affording Member Timberlake entreated quotidian substantive due process of law, and refusing an impartial hearing. Since, their questionable decision was to unilaterally assess a bad address fee against North Alabama Educators Credit Union member Timberlake’ account; subsequently, their scandalous actions were taken over Member Timberlake’s objections, and without affording Member Timberlake his entreated substantive…

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  • Public Housing Urbanization

    allowed for all citizens to have the same right to purchase, sell, hold, and convey real and personal property. During these consolidated cases, Gautreaux brought multiple claims against CHA because they had violated 42 U.S.C. 1981 and 1982 in maintaining residential separation of races through tenant assignments and site selections. Gautreaux also brought a claim against CHA under the Equal Protection Clause of the 14th Amendment. Lastly, the claims brought against HUD were under the Due…

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  • Don T Tell Policy

    that their clients’ rights were being violated and that their clients were discriminated. There was a claim that Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell violated the First Amendment and Fifth Amendment. Specifically, Judge Phillips found that the defense had not proven that the Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell policy provided for a government interest, which was the standard to claim the act was constitutional. Therefore, Judge Phillips concluded that the Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell policy was unconstitutional. I am in favor of…

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  • Importance Of Due Process In Criminal Justice

    The Importance of Due Process in the Criminal Justice System Andy X. Hernandez Troy University Abstract Criminal justice is not just about going after criminals and putting them behind bars. There is more to it than just locking one up. There are certain checks and balances and rights that defendants have before, during, and after their trial. We have learned that each defendant is afforded protection by the Bill of Rights such as right to a speedy trial (Sixth Amendment) and the…

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  • Stipulation Of The IDEA In Public Schools

    pleasing to parents and reasonable in the eyes of the district. Until this gets easier to accomplish there will be litigation in the future. To help improve the entire process IDEA requires special education specialists to cooperate with parents and teachers to decide on the best plan of action. Parent input must always be included in the plan. Plans are not allowed to go forward without verbal or written consent from parents. Though this is good and is supposed to help make the process more…

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  • Jury Decision Making Case Study

    1. Discuss at least three ways that evidence/crime scene was mishandled and could have been managed better. One of the main evidence that was mishandled by the prosecution were DNA tests. The state crime lab failed to find any player’s DNA match to the found DNA, so the prosecutor requested a private crime lab to conduct their own tests. Another evidence piece was information from the players’ cell phones. The records showed the contradictions to the victim’s accusations, thus making them false.…

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  • Pourya Shahmaleki Case Study

    department and at one point refusing to leave a staff member’s office until a staff member escorted him out. After this incident, KSU began the process…

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