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Mr. Salvarez Case Study

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Ms. Mejia:
Hello Mrs. Salvarez, I would like to begin by asking you how your role in government different than that of an elected official?
Mrs. Salvarez:
Hello Ms. Mejia, My role in government is particularly unique because I actually have to thoroughly overlook cases and evaluate evidence before making any decisions. My job is to make sure that the facts are truly facts and make decisions that are and remain unbiased, which can be difficult for most people. We are also elected by the government officials to ensure maximum efficiency.
Ms. Mejia:
There truly are many differences, however what similarities do the two professions possess?
Mrs. Salvarez:
I do believe that we hold many similarities the primary one being that we serve for the same
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Salvarez:
Yes, the general public does not always have the education to be able to elect a suitable candidate for this demanding job. The voting public is also not always interested in what is best, sometimes it is what is aesthetically pleasing or a political facade.
Ms. Mejia:
Could you explain to our listeners what judicial review is?
Mrs. Salvarez:
Of course, the quickest way to summarize judicial review is having the power to review and cancel laws if they are determined unconstitutional, it also holds the power to undo public policy.
Ms. Mejia: Do you have an example from a recent case that you could provide?

Mrs. Salvarez:
My most recent case was from a music company that was offering a "free" monthly membership to anyone who signed up, however they were charging the member immediately after thirty days, without warning to the consumer. Their fault was the lack of notification before charging the new member.
Ms. Mejia: What did you do to solve this problem, how did you rule the case?
Mrs. Salvarez:
I thought about it thoroughly after reaching my consensus to suspend the business for a mediocre period of ninety days, refunding the money back to any people that had been affected by their faulty
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