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1. JOHN MARSHALL LAW SCHOOL
March 02, 2018

John Marshall law school is found in Chicago. It was established in 1899 and in 1951 it was accredited by American Bar Association. The John Marshall Law School was named after the Chief Justice John Marshall and he served at the U.S Supreme Court. John Marshall law school offers both part-time and full-time courses to students where day and night classes are available. The school has January enrollment which is rare to many law schools. According to the statistics, 2015 graduates about 51% obtained a full-time, long-term and jurisprudence degree required nine months after graduation. ... (read more)

Author: Alice Ken

2. BLUE LAW
January 31, 2018

The blue law can also be called Sunday law. The blue law is designed to ban some or even all Sunday activities for the religious reasons. The main aim of banning some or all Sunday activities is to promote the observance of the day of worship. The blue law may also ban buying of some items on specific days. The blue laws are commonly enforced in United States, Canada, and European particularly Germany, Switzerland, Australia, and Norway. In the United States, Supreme Court has held blue law as constitutional many times. The labor unions and trade associations have supported the legis... (read more)

Author: Alice Ken

3. 5TH AMENDMENTS AND MIRANDA WARNINGS
January 31, 2018

5th amendments and Miranda warnings are used to protect the constitutional rights of an individual. Miranda warnings came to place after the Miranda v. Arizona case. After the US Supreme Court in 1966 decided a case of Miranda v. Arizona, they declared that the person in police custody and before questioning must be informed of the 5th amendment. The 5th amendment helps a suspect in making the self-incriminating statements. It is very important that everybody in police custody is informed of the Miranda warnings before being questioned. To begin with, suspects must be told that they have r... (read more)

Author: Alice Ken

4. BLACK'S LAW DICTIONARY
January 29, 2018

Black’s law dictionary is commonly used law dictionary in the United States. The black’s law dictionary was founded by Henry Campbell Black in 1860 to 1927. The first edition of the black’s law dictionary was published in 1891 while the second edition was published in 1910. The eighth edition of the black law dictionary introduced a unique system of the perpetually updated cases citations and the cross-reference to the legal encyclopedias. In 2009 the ninth edition was published. It is used as a reference of choice of terms in legal briefs and the court opinions. Black’s law dictionary i... (read more)

Author: Alice Ken

5. MIRANDA WARNINGS
January 15, 2018

Miranda warnings are known to have originated from US Supreme court ruling of Miranda vs. Arizona. Examples of the warnings which were set in connection of Miranda are; right to stay silent, anything said can be used against the Court of law, right to consult a lawyer representing the case and one can invoke the right to have the attorney present. Presence of the attorney stops the interrogation. Lastly, If one cannot afford to have a lawyer, the government will offer one for him in its i.e government expense. Most of the States have their own way of approaching the Miranda requirements. Mo... (read more)

Author: Alice Ken

6. US THIRD AMENDMENT
November 02, 2017

The origin of the third amendment is English law despite the dislikes of the standing armies. The US third amendment has no direct constitutional relevance. The Supreme Court has never ruled a case of it. The US third amendment has implications like the people have right of the domestic privacy. However, the constitutional deals with the relationship of the rights of people and military. The scholars have at times argued that the amendment might respond to the natural disasters and the terror attacks. After writing of the amendment in eighteen century, there was a belief that the issue o... (read more)

Author: Alice Ken

7. US FIRST AMENDMENTS
November 02, 2017

The US first amendment normally guarantees the freedom of speech, right to petition and religion. The US first amendment forbids the Congress from promoting religion over others and it also forbids restriction of individuals’ religious practice. The US first amendment prohibits the government from establishing, however, the US first amendment prohibits any law that establishes a national religion and that impede the religious exercise. The Supreme Court has interpreted the extent of protection of the US first amendment. In the US first amendments, the first clause explains the freedom o... (read more)

Author: Alice Ken

8. Confirm This: Our Supreme Court does not make the Supreme Law
March 27, 2017

Watching hours of the Neil Gorsuch confirmation hearings has been an inspiration. Gorsuch has an impeccable record of wise decisions and a sage and deep sense of balance about constitutional law – we could find no one better for our Supreme Court. It is the times we live in that make it difficult to believe that even after he is confirmed that much will significantly change in American jurisprudence. If abortion continues under protection of Roe, and faux-marriage continues under Obergefell then this nation will be in direct conflict with God. His laws and the prophets are witness ag... (read more)

Author: Michael Bresciani

9. Polish Rights Groups Urge President to Veto Freedom of Assembly Bill
December 14, 2016

Nearly 200 Polish human rights groups and non-governmental organizations urged President Andrzej Duda on Wednesday to veto a bill the country's Supreme Court and ombudsman said would violate Poles' constitutional right to freedom of assembly. Lawmakers of Poland's right-wing ruling Law and Justice party (PiS) removed late on Tuesday some restrictions on free assembly from the bill, part of a wave of legislation the government says aims to strengthen traditional Catholic and...... (read more)

10. Gambian Ruling Party Asks Court to Void Election Results
December 13, 2016

Members of Gambia's ruling party asked the supreme court Tuesday to void December 1 election results, following their leader's loss. President Yahya Jammeh initially conceded defeat to election winner Adama Barrow but withdrew his concession Friday, saying "unacceptable errors" were found by election officials. The appeal was made the same day that a delegation of West African leaders arrived in the capital city to urge Jammeh to concede the election after over two...... (read more)

11. Brazil Prosecutor Brings New Graft Charges Against Senate Head
December 12, 2016

Brazil's top prosecutor brought new charges against Senate President Renan Calheiros on Monday, accusing him of taking part in corruption at state oil company Petrobras and asking the Supreme Court to remove him from office. Prosecutor General Rodrigo Janot's request comes just a week after Calheiros was nearly removed in a separate embezzlement case. Janot alleges that Calheiros received part of a donation of 800,000 reais ($240,000) in 2010 from an oil and gas contractor in...... (read more)

12. Supreme Court Rejects Death Row Appeals
December 12, 2016

The Supreme Court on Monday turned away appeals from death row inmates in four states that raised different questions about the fairness of capital punishment.   Justice Stephen Breyer, commenting on two of those cases, repeated his call for the court to take up the constitutionality of the death penalty. Breyer said defendants who face death sentences are not society's worst criminals but are "chosen at random, on the basis, perhaps of geography, perhaps of the views of the...... (read more)

13. Liberia's Johnson Sirleaf to Lead Mediation Mission to Gambia
December 12, 2016

Liberia's President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf will lead a mission to Gambia on Tuesday to mediate in a crisis brought on by long-ruling President Yahya Jammeh's refusal to step down, president-elect Adama Barrow said. Jammeh had quickly conceded defeat to Barrow after a presidential election on Dec. 1. But in an about-face on Friday that drew international condemnation, he denounced the results. He plans to contest the result at the Supreme Court, raising the prospect that...... (read more)

14. Judges: Wisconsin Recount to Continue; Michigan’s Will Not
December 09, 2016

A U.S. judge in Wisconsin Friday rejected a request by supporters of President-elect Donald Trump to stop a recount of votes, while the Michigan Supreme Court denied an appeal by Green Party candidate Jill Stein to restart that state’s recount. The results of the November 8 election have been challenged in three states by Green Party candidate Jill Stein, who finished fourth in the presidential poll. In Pennsylvania, the third state, a judge said he would rule Monday on whether to allow a...... (read more)

15. Greens Rally in Michigan as State Courts Weigh Recounts
December 08, 2016

Green Party supporters rallied in freezing temperatures in Michigan's capital Thursday and urged its high court to revive a recount of presidential votes in one of three states where the party wants ballots re-examined. About 50 people marched in a circle for about an hour in front of the Michigan Supreme Court, where Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein has asked the justices to hear an appeal. As a light snow fell, they beat on pots and pans and shouted, "Come out of...... (read more)

16. Brazil Top Court Rules Senate Head Can Stay, Defuses Crisis
December 07, 2016

Brazil's Supreme Court on Wednesday overturned an injunction that ordered the indicted head of the Senate, Renan Calheiros, to step down, voting to allow him to continue in the post but not in the presidential line of succession. The 6-3 ruling defuses a clash between the top court and the Senate that threatened to derail austerity legislation at the center of President Michel Temer's plan to bring a widening budget deficit under control and end a two-year recession. The...... (read more)

17. Brazil Senate Defies Supreme Court Move to Dismiss Its President
December 06, 2016

The president of Brazil's Senate refused on Tuesday to accept a Supreme Court injunction removing him from office, pushing the country towards a constitutional crisis as it struggles to end political gridlock and an economic recession. A judge on the top court on Monday ordered the removal of Renan Calheiros because he was indicted last week for embezzlement, deepening conflict between the judiciary and the legislature over the prosecution of corrupt politicians. But following a...... (read more)

18. Brazil's Indicted Senate President Removed by Supreme Court
December 05, 2016

Brazil's Supreme Court on Monday removed Senator Renan Calheiros as president of the Senate after the top court indicted him last week on charges of embezzlement, a court spokesman said, a move that could put the government's belt-tightening agenda in peril. His replacement on Tuesday by Senator Jorge Vianna of the leftist Workers Party, who opposes spending cuts, could block steps to control a widening budget deficit and recoup confidence in Latin America's largest economy...... (read more)

19. What's the other "Highest Court in the Land?"
December 05, 2016

Throughout the United States, judges in courtrooms decide the legal outcomes of cases before them. The Great Hall of the Supreme Court is often referred to as highest court in the land, but as VOA’s Steve Miller discovers, there’s actually another.... (read more)

20. Democrats Grapple With Uncertain Future Following Trump Victory
December 05, 2016

With the inauguration of Republican Donald Trump as the 45th U.S. president weeks away, Democrats are facing a winter of discontent and many questions as they contemplate the future. The party is looking to recover following Trump's election victory last month, a result that surprised and even shocked some Democrats who were musing about Hillary Clinton's Cabinet picks and the potential for several Supreme Court appointments. Democrats also face Republican control of the Senate...... (read more)

21. US Supreme Court to Take Up Hospital Workers' Pension Dispute
December 02, 2016

The U.S. Supreme Court agreed Friday to take up cases about whether hospitals that are affiliated with religious groups can use their church affiliations to get  exemptions from federal pension law. The justices agreed to hear the appeals of three nonprofit hospital systems — Dignity Health in California, Advocate Health Care Network in Illinois and Saint Peter's Healthcare System in New Jersey — which are being sued by employees for underfunding pension plans. The employees...... (read more)

22. Michigan Attorney General Seeks to Block Vote Recount
December 02, 2016

Michigan's attorney general has asked the state Supreme Court to block a potential recount of the state's presidential vote, which was won by his fellow Republican, Donald Trump. Attorney General Bill Schuette, like the Trump campaign, argues that Green Party candidate Jill Stein cannot seek the recount because she was not "aggrieved' to the point at which a potential miscounting of votes could have cost her the election. She garnered 1 percent of Michigan's...... (read more)

23. After Court Battle, Indian Women Enter Landmark Mosque with Song and Tears
November 30, 2016

Hundreds of women poured into the inner sanctum of the iconic Haji Ali Dargah mosque in Mumbai on Tuesday after a Supreme Court order granted them equal access, sparking hope for other cases of discrimination against women. The lengthy legal battle for women to enter the heart of Haji Ali Dargah is one of many cases for equal access in places of worship in India. Members of the Haji Ali Dargah Trust, which had argued it would be a "grievous sin" to allow women near the tomb...... (read more)

24. On West Bank Hilltop, Israeli Settlers Hunker Down in the Face of Eviction
November 30, 2016

On a hilltop in the occupied West Bank, Israeli teenagers are hammering stakes into the earth and erecting tent frames, preparing the ground for a confrontation with Israeli security forces. The devoutly religious young men see themselves as a last line of defense for Amona, a collection of pre-fabricated homes perched in the highlands of the West Bank. It is considered an illegal "outpost" under Israeli law and the Supreme Court has ruled it must be demolished by December...... (read more)

25. White House Rejects Trump's Call for Penalizing Flag Burners
November 29, 2016

The White House has promptly rejected the U.S. president-elect's suggestion that protesters who burn American flags should be penalized. Donald Trump posted a tweet on Tuesday saying "Nobody should be allowed to burn the American flag - if they do, there must be consequences - perhaps loss of citizenship or year in jail!" In 1989 the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that flag burning is protected by the U.S. Constitution as a form of free speech. Zlatica Hoke reports.... (read more)

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