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Commerce Clause

At the creation of our Constitution, the federal government was initially intended to be smaller than it is today. Instead of it having most of the power, it was supposed to be more of a collaboration with the states, a balance of power. This shift in power has been partly due

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Jury Nullification

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McWilliams v. Dunn

McWilliams v. Dunn is a to-be-decided Supreme Court case. The facts of the case are that: “The defendant's mitigation in this Alabama death penalty case was based on severe mental health disorders that resulted from multiple head injuries. In response to the defense motion for a mental health expert, the trial

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