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In order to determine whether there is a violation of due process, it is necessary to ask several cumulative and conditional questions. If so, is a fundamental right involved? And finally, depending on the answer to this question, it is necessary to apply the standards of the review to provide an answer.
[...] The Vest consists of giving power to somebody. It is called the “the vesting clauses” in the constitution. It is about how people are going to give power to those institutions (legitimate them in a certain way). Freedom of expression must be regulated; it is dangerous if it is not. Freedom of speech is a fundamental right, but can have some dangers then it needs some regulations. Does the exercise of free speech create a clear and present danger? If the exercise of free speech creates clear and present danger, then the State can limit free speech. [...]
[...] It is possible to question the application of the due process clause in this territory because the 14th Amendment only designates the States. However, in Bolling v. Sharpe, the Supreme Court ruled that the District of Columbia is subject to the Due Process Clause on the basis of the Fifth Amendment. Therefore, the territory involved in the case is subject to the Due Process Clause. B. Is there a fundamental right? We are dealing with a suspect right. There is a fundamental right. The right to freedom of religion. The 1st amendment provides for the principle of religious freedom. [...]
[...] The Standards of Review To analyze the violation of a fundamental right there are two possibilities: the strict scrutiny and the intermediate scrutiny. To determine the standard of review, use the analysis of Obergefell v. Hodges. We have to ask four questions whose negation will carry the intermediate scrutiny: - Is it good for the individual? NO - Is it good for the directly involved people? NO - Is it good for everybody in between? No - Is it good for society? [...]
[...] The risks of democracies Short survey of substantive DUE process + Short essay in English I. Is this a violation of Substantive Due Process? In order to determine whether there is a violation of due process, it is necessary to ask several cumulative and conditional questions. If so, is a fundamental right involved? And finally, depending on the answer to this question, it is necessary to apply the standards of the review to provide an answer. A. Is there a state action? [...]
[...] This religious communalism cannot exist. In conclusion, this constitutes a necessary violation of due process. II. Short Essay - How the principle of government of the people, by the people and for the people can be dangerous According to Winston Churchill, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom from 1940 to 1945, ‘democracy is the worst form of government, except for all those other forms that have been tried from time to time'. Despites the fact that democracy presents undeniable virtues, it has to deal with a lot of risks such as potential abuses of power or populism. [...]
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