Jury Nullification: The Constitutional Judgment of Juries

By: TJ Martinell The right of jury nullification is considered by many to be the “last bastion” of liberty and a final check against government oppression. But does this apply to ...

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Judiciary Act of 1789 Signed into Law

October 27, 2022 Judiciary 0

By: Mike Maharrey On this date in 1789, George Washington signed the Judiciary Act into law. This was arguably the first federal exercise of unconstitutional power. Article III of the Constitution delegated judicial ...

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What Is an Unconstitutional Law?

April 8, 2022 Uncategorized 0

By: Mike Maharrey You can describe any federal action outside the delegated powers of the Constitution in one word. Void    

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