Civil & Human Rights Articles
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An analysis of the exceptions to the Warrant requirement for the searches of nearby homes after the Boston Marathon Bombing.
A Consolidated Government is Tyranny (Anti-Federalist Papers No. 9)
One activist, in describing his strategy to bring awareness to issues of economic and social justice, indicated his desire to do what is right in the service of justice, i.e., protesting, agitating, and causing a ruckus, although those activities be illegal.
In 2010, the U.S. Supreme Court heard arguments in the case of Holder v. Humanitarian Law. In that case, Plaintiffs, Humanitarian Law Project, argued that certain provisions of the USA PATRIOT Act (18 U. S. C. §2339B) were unconstitutional.
People of color must serve their communities through public service as law enforcement officials.
Now that we live in the digital age, we realize that the internet is not written in pencil, but ink - meaning once something is published online, it is there to stay. Until now. It is now a felony in Nevada and several other states to post what is known as "Revenge Porn."
In a landmark opinion, the Board incorrectly rectified new refugee adjustment procedures announced in an earlier unpublished decision.
This article examines the legal rights of admitted refugees and asylees.
Tattoos are freedom of expressions, right? As long as you are of age you have a legal right to decorate your skin. While this right is derived from privacy and freedom of speech, does this right to expression translate to a business environment? Could you even be fired for showing your tattoos?