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The First Amendment of the United States Constitution: Protecting Americans’ Rights to Freedom of Speech, Assembly, and Petition

2 pages | 350 words

The First Amendment of the United States Constitution protects the rights to freedom of speech, assembly, and petition. It was adopted in response to concerns about the abuse of power by the government and to ensure that Americans enjoyed exclusive rights in various areas. The amendment does not protect against all taxes on speech and assembly, but it does allow for reasonable taxes on these activities. The Voluntary Contributions Act is constitutional because it does not infringe on Americans' constitutional rights.

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The American Promise of Justice: Why We Fall Short and How We Can Do Better

4 pages | 920 words

This essay discusses the various ways in which justice is lacking in the United States. It discusses the rule of law, equal treatment under the law, democracy, and other issues.

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The Negative Consequences of Illegal Leisure Activities

3 pages | 570 words

This essay looks at the problem of illegal leisure activities, which are forms of recreation or pastime that involve breaking the law. It discusses the scale of the problem and the most common types of illegal activity, as well as the consequences for both individuals and society. The economic implications of illegal leisure activities are also explored.

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Coursework

The Newberger Versus Pokrass Case: Who Was More at Fault?

2 pages | 510 words

In the Melvin Newberger Versus Willard Pokrass case, the plaintiff sued the defendant for negligence after Pokrass was the pilot of the small airplane that crashed due to weather conditions and turbulence. As a result of the crash, Newberger suffered from serious injuries. In order to win the case, Newberger had to prove that Pokrass was negligent while performing his duties as a pilot which ultimately led to the accident.

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Research Paper

The Legal System of Mexico: An Overview

4 pages | 880 words

This essay looks at the Legal System of Mexico and how the historical practice usually by the Greek or Romans tradition plays a role in it. The legal system of Mexico is based on civil law which is originated from the Roman legal codes. The civil law system is codified and judges are bound to follow the decisions that are laid out in these codes. There are four sources of law in Mexico which are statutes, treaties, constitutions, and general principles of law. The Constitution is the highest source of law and any other laws that are in conflict with the Constitution are void.

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Research Paper

The Rome II Regulation: A Comprehensive Approach to Harmonizing Cross-Border Disputes in the European Union

2 pages | 500 words

The Rome II regulation is a European Union law that aims to unify the rules governing cross-border disputes. The regulation is based on the principles of conflict rules, legal certainty and content-oriented law selection. The concrete case of the Rome II regulation is harmonization of the European Union. The regulation provides for a harmonization of the rules governing the attribution of responsibility in cross-border road traffic accidents. In order to achieve this goal, the regulation lays down a number of specific provisions relating to jurisdiction, choice of law and recognition and enforcement of judgments.

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A Comparison of Civil Law and Sharia Law

3 pages | 630 words

This essay looks at the key differences between civil law and Sharia law, two very different legal systems. Civil law is codified and based on Roman law, while Sharia law is derived from religious texts. There are many key differences between the two systems, including how the law is developed, the role of judges, property rights, contracts, inheritance, divorce, and punishment.

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