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First and foremost - encrypt everything. The law continues to protect the interests of people who take steps to secure their communications and data. I see it each day as I research and draft motions for counsel. Second, and a close tie with my first point: Public school administrators are state actors for purposes of the Fourth Amendmentandare ...


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According to the ACLU, lots Including: life sentences without parole no legal right to sue for being illegally tortured by the US systemic socioeconomic generational inequality corporal punishment lack of legal protection based on gender mass immigration detention mass and racially discriminatory incarceration lack of ratification (along with Somalia)...


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The closest thing to direct case law is Pretty v. UK, where plaintiff sought the assistance of her husband in committing suicide because of suffering from motor neuron disease. In this case, the issue is that UK law forbids another party from assisting in the commission of suicide. Para. 40 of the ruing says The Court accordingly finds that no right to die, ...


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You have understood this completely wrong An absolute right is a right that can only be waived by the person possessing the right. So your right to life can be waived by you at any time making both suicide and "do not resuscitate" instructions legitimate.


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In the United States, there are two main sets of laws governing the right to a speedy trial. The right to a speedy trial is protected by the Sixth Amendment, but that right is somewhat amorphous. It does not entitle you to a trial within any specified period of time, only to a trial within a reasonable amount of time, considering four factors, "[l]ength ...


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