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It is a big undertaking, but our goal with this section is to create a one-stop shop for any resources you seek related to criminal justice and law.

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Do Presses or Due Process

By cjoakes | March 26, 2020

By C J Oakes One of the best known rights enumerated in the United States’ Constitution is the Fifth Amendment right to remain silent.  Not as well-known are the origins of this portion of the so-called Due Process clause. In fact, most of the provisions known as Due Process stemmed from injustices experienced under English rule; the founders of this […]

Case-by-Case: Defense of Self and Home

By cjoakes | March 26, 2020

By C J Oakes The defense of self and home has been considered for centuries to be common law deserving or respect and adherence. Spanning Continents and Nations, this common law concept that a person ought to be secure in their home or person has withstood many tests.  English common law forms the basis for […]

Rights and Wrong

By cjoakes | March 26, 2020

By C J Oakes In the United States of America every citizen has rights.  Well-known are the rights of a speedy trial, by an impartial jury of peers, counsel for defense, and silence.  Over the course of American judicial history these rights and others have been tested repeatedly.  One of the toughest issues facing society […]

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