Essay on Separation Of Powers

How presidential is the premiership of Tony Blair

The traditional view of the UK’s constitutional arrangement of power in government has been that decision making in the executive rests with the cabinet, with the Prime Minister acting as “first amongst equals”. However, this has been challenged by many recently, who argue Margaret Thatcher in particular challenged and now Tony Blair has almost eliminated […]

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Charles Beard Article Review

Article Review: Framing the Constitution by Charles Beard In the article, Framing the Constitution, Charles Beard had a very strong opinion on the Constitution and the motives of the framers. He believed that this document was written by the rich landowners, creditors, merchants, public bondholders, and lawyers, whose motives were to protect their wealth and […]

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Should The Exclusionary Rule Be Abolished Analysis

According to the Encyclopedia Britannica’s article entitled, Exclusionary Rule (2008), exclusionary rule is that principle in United States law that provides that “evidence seized by police in violation of the Fourth Amendment to the United States Constitution may not be used against a criminal defendant at trial”. It is, according to the article The Exclusionary […]

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Legal System

Imagine you are the director of health information services for a medium-sized health care facility. Like many of your peers, you have contracted with an outside copying service to handle all requests for release of patient health information at your facility. You have learned that a lobbying organization for trial attorneys in your state is […]

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