Tag Archives: civil rights

A statute of limitations makes me boiling mad

Look at this: Disturbing’ False Arrest Claim by US Citizen Against ICE Time-Barred, Divided Panel Says Andrew Denney, New York Law Journal August 2, 2017    A U.S. citizen who was held in custody for more than three years under … Continue reading

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Bad laws in our nation ruled by law: Plessy v. Ferguson (separate but equal) & Shelby v Holder (voting rights)

Number 4 of Casey Sullivan’s 13 worst Supreme Court decisions: 4. Plessy v. Ferguson (1896): The Court’s famous “separate but equal” ruling upheld state segregation laws. In doing so, the Court made sure that the gains of the post-Civil War … Continue reading

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Class action: “Proposed Law Could Be a New Attack on Civil Rights”

Source: Proposed Law Could Be a New Attack on Civil Rights – The New York Times I’m a big fan of class action, because it gives a kind of union power to otherwise powerless individuals who join together to sue … Continue reading

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