Write a paragraph explaining why this level of government is most appropriate. Answer: In my opinion, I believe that security from foreign enemies should, overall, be controlled and regulated by the federal level of government. The federal level of government is the only level of government that has enough power to handle such foreign relations in terms of security in America or its foreign interests. They have authority over the army, and such a matter needs to be dealt with on a national level, not a state or local. Although, I also believe that there should be initiatives and policies operated by the state level, in addition to the federal level, to ensure a more definitive homeland security from foreign enemies as well.
Language barriers and the availability of court interpreters intrude into the process of justice and prevent essential communication and understanding. This ultimately negates some of the basic strengths and values of the criminal justice system. In order for all individuals to be afforded equal justice and for courts to achieve their mission by making equal justice accessible to all. The court systems must develop viable systems to provide competent interpretation services those who are impaired/disabled, limited and non-English Speakers. All states and the federal government have laws establishing victims’ rights.
Arizona’s law encouraging citizen identity checks by police: State intrusion into National Policy or Permissible State Action? Border control and illegal immigration is a problem, but how do we take care of it? The attorneys representing the U.S. Government believe that the border control currently in effect have somewhat slowed down unauthorized immigration. (Rourke 16) They argue that the officers need to profile immigrants based off of their ethnicity and that after a wrong has been done that the person in question should have their status as Americans checked and if they are not legal, they are sent back to where they came from. Others believe that this violates a major constitutional law and that it is racist because it causes police
Edna Salinas Mr. Clark Owen English 1301.07 February 2, 2015 Illegal Immigration Crime There is an ongoing debate in today’s world about whether immigration is helpful or detrimental to a country. Some claim illegal immigrants should be treated as criminals because illegal activity should be punished not rewarded. While others claim being out of status is not a criminal offense. The United States welcomes and accepts more legal immigrants as permanent residents than the rest of the world combined. For some, the use of the term illegal alien is likely based on a misconception that an immigrant’s very presence in the United States is a criminal violation of the law (Briney).
● According to the 14th Amendment and the Commerce Clause, it is the duty of the Federal government to provide free IDs to citizens so as to ensure that all have equal access to interstate commerce. Conclusion: Voter ID laws are a form of suppression which lead to to significant burdens for eligible voters trying to exercise their most fundamental constitutional right. Therefore, any state who chooses to implement these laws are breaking the
Proposition 187 called for the denial of health, education, and social services to those people who are not registered citizens of the United States, or to those who are not legal immigrants. The requirements in order for this to be carried out however were great, requiring administrators and law enforcement to check on people’s citizenship status. Proposition 187 recognized illegal immigration as a serious problem that
Legal and regulatory forces are laws that protect consumers and competition and government regulations that affect marketing. With legal and regulatory forces in place, they heavily affect global markets since they do not have a set structure of a central law system. Because of this, there may be hundreds of different laws and regulations in place that could partially prevent companies from expanding globally. Important legal questions related to antitrust rules, labor relations, patents, copyrights, trade practices, taxes, product liability, child labor, prison labor, and other issues are written and interpreted differently country by country. Businesses are required to follow U.S. laws and regulations when conducting any type of business around the world.
Name: Title: States Right to Legislate and Enforce Laws That Are Consistent With Federal Laws. It is my contention that states have a right to legislate immigration laws that are consistent and in support of federal immigration laws. In addition, they also have a right to enforce those laws providing that their enforcement falls within the constraints of both federal law and the U.S. constitution. In order to show this, it becomes important to look at the history of immigration in the U.S., the contribution that immigrants have made to our society, as well as some of the laws that have governed immigration. Throughout the history of the United States, immigration has played a vital role in the cultural and economic development of this country.
Both articles are detailing laws and regulation on the issue of illegal immigration whether or not the laws are created by the state or federal government. State created immigration laws have caused such uproar from different lawmakers. The Obama administration is intensifying its suppression on harsh immigration laws; the administration has attorneys reviewing other newly proposed state laws and regulations to determine whether the federal government needs to take action on more state imposed laws on immigration. Author Findings Article 1 The
government to further restrict entry through its ports and the 6,000 miles along the Mexican and Canadian borders. The Bush Administration and Congress have introduced legislation often at partisan odds with one another’s perception on how the borders can most effectively be secured. The Bush administration, along with the Department of Homeland Security, pledge to increase border patrol agents by 18,300, construct 370 miles of fencing, and install 105 camera and radar towers along the northern and southern American borders by December 31, 2008. The process of “catch and returning” illegal immigrants instead of issuing a court appearance before an immigration judge, which most illegal immigrants fail to attend, will be instituted according to the Bush Administration. Catching and returning illegal immigrants involves apprehending the illegal alien at the border or those already involved in society and returning them to their native coimmigrants instead of issuing a court appearance before an immigration judge, which most illegal immigrants fail to attend, will be instituted according to the Bush Administration.