Administrative Law and the Purpose of the Tenth Amendment

Administrative Law and the Purpose of the Tenth Amendment

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Unit 8: Administrative Law and the Purpose of the Tenth Amendment Legal Methods and Process LS500 Introduction Administrative law, the branch of law that stipulates rules and regulations for “organization, powers, and duties of administrative authorities, the legal requirements governing their operation, and the remedies available to those adversely affected by administrative action” (Encyclopedia.com., 2019. […]

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How the Stolen Valor Act Became Law

How the Stolen Valor Act Became Law

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How the Stolen Valor Act Became Law Unit 6 Legal Methods and Process LS500 Introduction Many men and women have given their own lives fighting for our American rights and freedoms, paying the ultimate price, Life! Giving up one’s own life for others is such a selfless act and all who have been part of […]

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State and Federal Courts of Pennsylvania

State and Federal Courts of Pennsylvania

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State and Federal Courts of Pennsylvania Legal Methods and Process LS500 State and Federal Courts of Pennsylvania There are four levels of state courts in Pennsylvania (PA). The first level is the minor courts which are presided over by magisterial district judges (MDJs) and municipal court judges. MDJs do not need to be lawyers, but […]

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The Federalist Papers: The Purpose, the Audience, and the Failing Articles of Confederation

The Federalist Papers: The Purpose, the Audience, and the Failing Articles of Confederation

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The Federalist Papers: The Purpose, the Audience, and the Failing Articles of Confederation Legal Methods and Process LS500 What was/were the purpose(s) of the Federalist Papers? Following the Revolutionary War, many Americans believed that the Articles of Confederation established and ill-mannered government that was not working as the people deemed fit and that a new […]

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The Magna Carta and The U.S. Constitution

The Magna Carta and The U.S. Constitution

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The Magna Carta and The U.S. Constitution Legal Methods and Process LS500 The Magna Carta, also known as the “Great Charter” was a document signed by King John over eight hundred years ago. Initially it was “great” due to the oversized parchment which later became the founding document of the Anglo-American constitutionalism (Moreno, 2015. Para […]

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Impeachment Trials and Proceedings – Johnson, Nixon, and Clinton

Impeachment Trials and Proceedings – Johnson, Nixon, and Clinton

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Impeachment Trials and Proceedings: Johnson, Nixon, and Clinton Legal Methods and Process LS500 Introduction When people hear the word “impeached, impeachment, impeachable”, etc., many individuals appear to perceive that as meaning the “removal of office”. However, impeachment is bringing a charge(s) of misconduct(s) against a public official holding office and if after the trial a […]

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Constitutional Amendment(s) Protection, Procedural Due Process, Substantive Due Process and Equal Protection And Landmark Cases

Constitutional Amendment(s) Protection, Procedural Due Process, Substantive Due Process and Equal Protection And Landmark Cases

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Constitutional Amendment(s) Protection:Procedural Due ProcessSubstantive Due Processand Equal Protection And Landmark Cases Due Process: Procedural and Substantive and Equal Protection Due process of law: The regular administration of the law, according to which no citizen may be denied his or her legal rights and all laws must conform to fundamental, accepted legal principles, as the […]

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