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Are there measures taken when the executive branch doesnt follow orders from the judicial branch?

Several times I hear in my country situations like this The judicial branch ordered the executive branch to raise salaries to retirees after a citizen won a judgment to the government. Result: ...
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is there any law like the 18 U.S. Code § 201 in latinamerican countries?

In many latinamerican countries, legislators and others politicians are receiving benefits to support some laws which favors international companies. I've read that US has the 18 U.S. Code § 201 where ...
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Does a prosecutor have any legal resource to avoid aplying a law which is unconstitutional?

Recently in Argentina a prosecutor suggested that even if she doesnt like a particular law (which might be unconstitutional) she has no choice because she has to apply it. is this so?
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legal defense on laws applied differently to different persons

is there any way to defend yourself against a law that's being applied in certain way to a person by previous trials by other judges, and then when you are being judged for the same action and you are ...
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If a law is proven to be unconstitutional, can the Legislators who approved it be sued?

In Argentina several laws are sanctioned which later are proved to be unconstitutional. Yet, until someone appeals the law, that law is applied unconstitutionally to a lot of people with the harm it ...
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Argentina: Is it permitted to shoot a knife-wielding intruder to my property with a handgun?

I'm wondering how can I defend against an intruder in my house if I legally possess a handgun. I'm in Argentina. Supposing the intruder doesn't possess a firearm himself but is wielding a deadly ...