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Is there a difference between "faithfully executed laws" and laws which are technically executed but not "faithfully"?

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Can advising someone to hire an attorney ever be considered an unlawful practice of law in itself?

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What does it take to get an "advisory opinion" out of my public access ombudsman?

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974 views

If a car breaks down in the drive thru lane of a fast food place, would the driver be liable for lost business?

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Would this idea to allow drug confiscation be constitutional?

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How can we interpret "may 'convene' a meeting"?

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Is the SCOTUS rule of four enforceable?

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Questions disguised as FOIA requests

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Does the right against self incrimination have any bearing on FOIA requests?

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1 answer
3k views

Can the president veto a bill that was passed by 2/3 of each house?

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1 answer
2k views

What is the nature of a quorum?

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Is there a legal definition of an "annual report"?

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352 views

What are the real reasons for having oral arguments?

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2 answers
121 views

What is the best way to search through session laws?

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3 answers
1k views

Is it "unethical" for a lawyer to argue both sides of a point of law?

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3 answers
741 views

Why don't attorneys like to offer subjective advice?

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1 answer
2k views

Authority vs Authorization, are they the same?

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1 answer
146 views

Would writing a contract for two people be considered the "practice of law"?

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323 views

Is there ever a case where invoking the right against self incrimination is in itself incriminating?

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3 answers
175 views

Can a person be civilly liable for an action that was criminally deemed "de minimis"?

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1 answer
108 views

What is typically required for an offense to be considered "de minimis"?

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432 views

Where do an Assistant Attorney General's (AAG's) loyalties lie?

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1 answer
258 views

Timing of precedent setting: when exactly do precedents take "effect"?

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157 views

What makes a legal question "hard"?

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83 views

How successful are non-lawyers when filing declaratory judgements?

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1 answer
168 views

When is a lawyer in violation of his license with regard to advice on the law?

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109 views

Is there any precedent for Gov. Lepage's "blackmail" allegations?

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3k views

Does the right against self incrimination mean you can't be forced to file a tax return?

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How do vacancies on a (Maine) state board affect the validity of meetings?

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