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Why do the courts refuse to admit certain arguments and cites of the united states constitution?

A:  1. The main reason articles/amendments are not admitted in to the court is that they don''t directly apply to the case. Example: The cliche yelling ''FIRE!'' in a crowded theater. While yes, on the surface that''s freedom of speech, but you''re infringing on other people''s freedom. Specifically to not get trampled by the rush of people coming from the theater. 1a. If someone persists, and the court has already decided that the references to the constitution will not be permissible then they''re totally in the right to put them in contempt. They''re holding up the preceding of the court. 2. I get the feeling that you watch a lot of cop shows on TV. This is generally not true, our justice system is very efficient (especially when compared...

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When was the united states constitution finalized?

A:  The U.S. constitution was completed on September 17, 1787....

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What does the united state constitution say?

A:  What exactly does the united states constitution say?  The united stares constitution says?  ...

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Is there a mandatory limit on the number of apartments or units that constitute full time employment for the resident manager position in the state of California?

A:  Hours worked, not units managed, determine full time or part time....

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Should the united states constitution allow foreign born citizen to serve as president of the united state?

A:  It does not now, and any change would require a constitutional Amendment....

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Is freedom of housing associated with the united stated constitution?

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Driving under suspension

A:  He didn't stop you. He walked up and asked you questions. That's normally lawful. A person's option when 'stopped' by a police officer without a show of force or indication to stop is to completely ignore the officer. If he detains you in any manner without lawful authority, then you fight that case. "I was sitting inside my vehicle, waiting in line to get gas when an officer approached my vehicle and asked me if I had my drivers license on me." Normally legal. He didn't give you any signal to stop your vehicle - you were already stopped. "When I responded "No" " This is bad because state law likely requires you to carry your license on...

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Is it true that california''s assault weapons ban violates the u.s. constitution?

A:  I''m pretty sure that a state mandated ban wouldn''t have made it all the way through without catching the eyes of multiple skilled lawmakers and government experts, were it to violate anything in the constitution. Want an assault weapon? I''m afraid it''s the black market for you my friend. Fortunately, our lovely state here has several direct pipelines to that marvelous place called Mexico, whereby millions of dollars worth of drugs, guns, and people come through, each and every day. That would depend on your interpretation of the constitution. The constitution refers to ''the right to bear arms''. However, this not interpreted to mean that...

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Why is permanent espousal support constitutional If?

A:  Most states require both parties to take an oath of responsibility to each other when applying for a marriage license. Just because you or her or both have decided you do not want to be married does not negate that responsibility. You entered into a legal contract of your own accord when you married. Your consent to marry is not considered involuntary....

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Is abortion legal in the united states?

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