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The Question of the Violation of Fourth Amendment Rights in the Medlock v. Trustees of Indiana University Court Case
Medlock v. Trustees of Indiana University, 738 F.3d 867 (7th Cir. 2013) Facts: Zachary Medlock was a student at Indiana University Bloomington (IUB) living in university-provided housing. As a condition of living in University housing, Medlock agreed to several rules including allowing inspection of his room by student i...
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The Issue of Racially Biased Police and Legislation in Modern America
There are many people in this country who say we live in “post-racial America”. They believe that all people, regardless of race, are treated with the same amount of respect and have the same opportunities across the board. These people are wrong. In fact it is precisely these attitudes, the “pull your pants up and get a jo...
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Answering Question Regarding HIPAA Legislation
Question One Is the term privacy rule accurate in describing the HIPPA legislation? I believe that the term "privacy" rule is somewhat accurate in
describing the HIPPA legislation. There have been many mistakes that have
happen since the HIPPA era has started. All in all, the legislation sole
purpose is to prote...
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An Argument in Favor of Legalization as an Alternative to Prohibition of Drugs in the United States
Why Prohibition is Relevant Today Many Americans are aware of the failure of federal alcohol prohibition from 1919 to 1933; the crime rate skyrocketed and overdose deaths increased, despite efforts to reduce the sale of alcohol and the plethora of problems arising from its consumption. Yet, the failure of prohibition car...
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A Reflection on the Credibility of the Author in Three Assumptions Lawyers Must Never Make by Brent G. Scharffs
For this assignment, I decided to read “Three Assumptions Lawyers Must Never Make” by Brent G. Scharffs, professor and associate director of the International Center for Law and Religion Studies at J. Reuben Clark Law School. Overall, I found the text engaging and worthwhile, and I’ll now reflect upon certain passages that...
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Death as a Punishment for Crimes in the Code of Hammurabi and the Law of Moses
The Code of Hammurabi was a set of laws that was enacted by Hammurabi, the sixth king of Babylon, during the eighteenth century, B.C.E. These laws were designed to establish fair punishment for particular crimes that ranged from accusations to transactions, from family relations to theft, etc. Like the Code of Hammurabi, th...
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The Sexual Assault Case Between Two College Students at Florida State University
The article, "Erica Kinsman, Who Accused Jameis Winston of Rape, Tells Her Story" written by Marissa Payne, discusses a sexual assault case between two college students at Florida State University, Erica Kinsman and Jameis Winston. In December of 2012, Erica Kinsman was drinking at a bar off campus when she left in a cab w...
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An Analysis of Legal Reasoning in Thinking Like a Lawyer, a Book by Frederick Schauer
Frederick Schauer goes to great lengths in his book, Thinking Like A Lawyer, to cover many themes of what it is like to think like a lawyer. In his book, he starts by addressing that thinking like a lawyer is about neither learning a bunch of legal rules nor about practicing for the courtroom or writing particular documents...
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