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United States' Supreme Court and Interest Groups

In fifteen pages this paper examines the impact of interest groups upon the U.S.Supreme Court in a consideration of Robert Bork an...

U.S. Supreme Court and the Georgia State Supreme Court

In eleven pages this paper considers the histories of both courts and also provides case details of N.Y. Times v. Sullivan, City o...

Interest Groups in the United States: Are They Too Powerful?

(p. 80). Applying his checks and balances principle to interest groups, James Madison believed that there would be so man...

Hendrick Hudson v. Rowley (1982)

the States must fulfill in order to receive federal funds under the Education of the Handicapped Act (subsequently referred as "th...

Re-Assessing Miranda Rights

This paper examines the US Supreme Court case of United States v Dickerson, as marking a return of Miranda issues to the highest c...

Supreme Court Interpretation of the Constitution of the United States

Many of the constitutional protections enjoyed by American citizens today could not have been envisioned by the drafters of the or...

The US Supreme Court: An Overview of Powers

document of the United States of America and outlines the various rights and privileges that are guaranteed to citizens of the cou...

The ADA, Two Supreme Court Cases

This research paper pertains to 2 Supreme Court cases involved the provisions of the the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of ...

US Supreme Court Case of Youngstown Sheet and Tube Co. v. Sawyer

The Court issued a divided opinion, striking down the seizure order. The decision was 6-3, but 3 of the 6 justices wrote concurri...

'Right to Die' Case of Nancy Cruzan and the U.S. Government

In a report consisting of five pages former Attorney General and Edwin Meese and late U.S. Supreme Court Justice William Brennan a...

Legal Cases and Appeals of Mike Tyson

Alan Dershowitz, filed an appeal immediately following sentencing. After the conviction, Tyson was denied an appeal for a new tria...

Lawsuits Have Changed How Schools are Funded

money because they do not have it. These schools and districts are severely limited in what they can do to provide a quality educa...

Decision Making, Politics, and Public Policy

In seven pages this paper examines the roles of the Supreme Court, the president, and the significance of public interest groups i...

The Supreme Court by Jeffrey Toobin

This essay describes three Supreme Court cases, Bowers v. Hardwick, Lawrence v. Texas, and Bush v. Gore, which are described by To...

Social Work Practice and Theory

In addition, she makes the point that when considering any social phenomenon, there will invariably be a diversity of interpretati...

The Supreme Court: Role Played In The American Political Process

physician assisted suicide and affirmative action most certainly involves heated discussions in the courtroom, however, it is not ...

Comparison of Obscenity

Tin Drum, was a co-winner of the Cannes Film Festivals coveted prize, the Palme dOr, for Best Picture in 1979, and the next year, ...

How Cases Get to the United States Supreme Court

(i.e., if this court upholds the original ruling), then the party has still another option: requesting that the case go to the Su...

Title VII Affirmative Action, Workplace Discrimination and the U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals Case of Taxman v. Piscataway

In five pages this paper analyzes how the United States Supreme Court would have analyzed the Taxman v. Piscataway case. One sour...

Internet and the US Supreme Court

and useful information about the Supreme Court, and how it is both dealing with and using the Internet. Recent Court Cases ...

The Hearsay Rule

Rehnquist. Reasoning of the Court: The court claims that a conspiracy had been discovered between Bourjaily and Lonardo and this p...

Case Briefs: Six Supreme Court Cases

"separate but equal" clause violate the rights of black indivudals under the Constitutions 13th and 14th Amendments? In light of ...

State Responsibility and International Law

In six pages this paper uses student submitted case information in an examination of aliens and state responsibility in an intern...

Should The United States Become A Member Of The International Criminal Court?

open itself up to unyielding vulnerability. Madison addressed the inherent need for mans activities to remain under some semblanc...

Making a Reparations Case

things are different. Africans were seized from their homes in Africa and brought to the United States for profit. The motive was ...

United States Supreme Court and Its Sociopolitical Significance

This essay consists of three pages and examines the political and societal influence exerted by the U.S. Supreme Court with severa...

Policymaking Authority of the United States Supreme Court

In eight pages this paper analyzes the policymaking authority the US Supreme Court currently wields in comparison with the origina...

United States v. Eichmann Supreme Court Case

Texas statute criminalizing desecration of the flag and had provided the flag protection language for the Flag Protection Act of 1...

Oregon's Death with Dignity Act and the American Government

request, but may not require, the patient to notify their next-of-kin of the prescription request. A patient can rescind a request...

Argument against School Prayer and Religion in Public Schools

passing laws that say all students WILL pray in class that they run afoul of the Supreme Court. There are many solid reasons why ...