Charlotte E. Ray In this paper I will be providing you lots of information on Ms. Ray. Charlotte E. Ray accomplished a lot of great things for African American and women in general. Becoming not only the first female African-American lawyer in the United States but also the first to practice in Washington, D.C. Because of her bravery and persistence obstacles were broken. Ray has paved the way for young women of color in today’s society.
Short Description of Sotomayor Sonia M. Sotomayor is an Associate Justice of the Supreme Court who was nominated by President Barrack Obama to the Supreme Court in 2009. She is the 111th Justice to be appointed to the Supreme Court. She is also the first justice of Hispanic descent in the entirety of the Supreme Court. Summary of My Beloved World Sonia M. Sotomayor was born on the 25th of June, 1954. She was born in the Bronx in New York City, and her family’s ethnic background is of Puerto Rican heritage.
Over Louise Raggio’s 50 plus year career, she was prominent in changing the rights for women in Texas, earning her the nickname “Mother of Family Law in Texas.” Surviving the Depression, World War II, and the Cold War, she graduated number two in her class, and found a job as assistant District Attorney in 1954, becoming the first woman prosecutor in a Texas Criminal Court. She supported her family by working, while her husband started his own law firm. Later she quit the DA’s office to join her husband at his firm and practice with him. The 1960s were not the best of times for women.
Her spouse was Kevin Noonan From 1976-1983. She received honorary law degrees from Lebman College. She took a high school entrance exam and got accepted into college. She worked hard in school. She got into a high educated school, which was Yale Law School.
According to the Tenth Amendment of the constitution, “The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people”. There have been moments in history where Congress has implemented laws that states felt were unconstitutional. The Constitution gave states the ability to counter the federal government’s power through the Judiciary branch of government, when they feel a law is unconstitutional. The Founders of our nation gave Congress enumerated powers to pass legislation that needs to be abided by all states and citizens. At times Congress will overstep its powers by enacting laws that are unconstitutional and the states have the right to challenge those powers.
The writ questioned “Whether or under what circumstances the Fourth Amendment permits police officers to conduct a warrantless search of the digital contents of an individual’s cell phone seized from the person at the time of arrest”, SCOTUSblog.com; and it was granted on January 17, 2014 in part because Federal and State Courts had openly divided opinions over this issue. Riley v. California was argued on April 29, 2014 and a decision was made on June 25, 2014. The Supreme Court, under Chief Justice John G. Roberts, Jr. declared by a unanimous decision that a warrantless cell phone search violates the Fourth Amendment right to privacy. The court stated that the warrantless search exception (SITA) does not apply to this case because digital data store in an electronic device cannot be used as a weapon to harm officers. Although, the court recognizes that possible evidence stored on a cell phone may be wiped remotely, it also acknowledges that it could be avoided by disconnecting the cell phone from the network and placing it in a Faraday bag.
Yvette clack is african American woman who was born in Brooklyn New York,however,she 's very happy of her Jamaican heritage. Clack Attended Oberlin College from1982 to 1986.Moreevee,In 1992 to 1993 she was a Executive assistant, New York state Workers’ and Compensation Board. Also,In the year of 1989 to 1991 clack was working as a child are specialist and State senator velmanette Minntgomery. Clack was a youth program director; business development director; member of the New York, N.Y., city council in the year of 2002 to 2007.As of today clack is a democratic member of the United States House of Representatives appear for New York’ 9th Congressional Destrict. B: There are multiple industries
Then she become a professor at University of Chicago Law School and Harvard Law school, where she aldo become a Dean years later. Elena took seat on Agust 7, 2010 after being nominated by President Barack Obama. By being one of the three Jews members of the Court, Kagan’s ideology is joined by two wings: liberal and
They decided that asking for the recounts violated the rights of the citizens of Florida (phschool.com, 1). Florida Supreme Court ruled that the recount order was unconstitutional mainly because of the Equal Protection Clause of the 14th Amendment. This clause granted protection to ballots and the citizens casting them. It forbids government from denying "to any person within their jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws”. The court argued that privately voting in a presidential election is a fundamental right guarded by this clause.
Oliver Brown, whose child was denied entry to a white Topeka school, fought to break the ruling of the Plessy v. Ferguson case from 1896. The ruling in Plessy v. Ferguson stated that the separation of schools were constitutional as long as both schools were equal. Brown believed the African American schools in Topeka were not equal to the white schools. He believed his daughter’s rejection was a violation of the Constitution’s Equal Protection Clause. However, the court ruled the schools to be “substantially” equal enough that the denial was constitutional under the Plessy doctrine.
The government appealed the court of appeals decision to bring to the Supreme Court where it is now. I stand with full belief, and the majority opinion of the Supreme Court that Abel Fields’ conviction be overturned. His First Amendment rights had been violated. Even though he was
Earls, a member of the school marching band and choir. And Daniel J., who yearned to be on the academic team. They argued for the removal of the mandatory drug tests because it infringes on their rights stated in the 14th amendment. In addition, they argued that “...the school district failed to refer to a special need for testing students… in extracurricular activities. Also, that the policy “…did not address a proven drug problem at the school.”
I grew up in a middle class family and I had 11 brothers and sisters. My spouse, as you may know, was Henry Fawcett. He died November 6, 1884. I created Newham College University Of Cambridge in 1871. I wanted to create a college because my sister wanted to become a doctor but she couldn’t, because only men could get a college education.
Second Amendment”), but McDonald took the case to the Supreme Court . After a long trial, the Supreme Court ruled in split 5-4 in favor of McDonald. They stated that since Otis McDonald was an American Citizen, it gave him the right to possess a handgun, with the City unable to interfere with his 2nd amendment rights ( * ). The victory also vanquished Chicago’s handgun ban, which was a huge victory for fighters of 2nd Amendment rights.
The case Florida, Petitioner v. Joelis Jardines questions whether a dog sniff at the front door of a suspected grow house by a trained drug-detection dog is a Fourth Amendment search requiring probable cause (American Bar Association). The canine is being used as the use of surveillance in the investigation. The case begins with an unverified tip that marijuana was being grown in the home of Joelis Jardines on November 3, 2006 (American Bar Association). On December 5, 2006, around 7:00 a.m., the Department and the Drug Enforcement Administration sent a joint surveillance team to his home. Apart of the team is Detective Pedraja, whom watched the house for fifteen minutes.