Post Tagged with: "Due Process"

Juror Anonymity and the El Chapo Trial

By: Amanda Leonard, Staff Writer   During jury selection for the recent El Chapo trial, one juror broke down crying in front of the judge, claiming coworkers identified her as a potential juror and she feared that public identification would follow suit.[1] The judge had previously granted requests from prospective […]

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Illegal Immigration and the Right to Due Process

By Emma Hurst, Staff Writer   There are 11 million undocumented immigrants living in the United States.[1]Eleven million undocumented immigrants make up only 3% of the nation’s population, yet they are often the focal point of politics and legal debate. President Trump’s administration has made it a priority to enforce […]

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Due Process in the #MeToo Era

  By: Margaret Potter, Staff Writer   With each news cycle, there are new reports of sexual harassment or assault allegations in spheres spanning from the entertainment world, to politics, to our local communities, academic institutions, and churches.  When the public learns of these allegations through news sources and social […]

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Healthcare, The Federal Government, and I

Healthcare, The Federal Government, and I Dominic Mayle, Staff Writer America has a unique and tumultuous story to tell about the way healthcare is accessed and delivered. Certain European nations offered health and other benefits as part of an explicit social contract to tamp down labor discord during heated industrialization, […]

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Amanda Knox: Trouble Abroad

Amanda Knox: Trouble Abroad By Katherine Littlejohn, Staff Writer             Almost exactly eight years ago, Amanda Knox’s life changed forever. After the events that took place in Italy, Knox is not likely to ever take for granted the many rights granted to her, as an American, by the Constitution and […]

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