Open Carry in California: 12031 Check, More Belligerent Cop

Portrayal of the 12031 check with a “More Belligerent Cop.” This happens with great frequency though not as high as the “Generally Belligerent Cop”

Law, transport, openly carrying, case law, practical considerations, etc.

FAQ HERE!

http://caopencarry.blogspot.com/2009/12/open-carry-faq.html

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Constitutional Law, Legal History and Civil Liberties at the University of Virginia School of Law

Professor Risa Goluboff discusses the Law School’s constitutional law, legal history and civil liberties programs during an Admitted Students Open House.

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Curtis Caton – Rights and Fights: The Current Politics of Constitutional Law

Rights and Fights: The Current Politics of Constitutional Law
Curtis Caton
Tuesdays, 9:3011:30 am
Oct 6-Nov 10, 2009

What happens when social controversies ripen into lawsuits that reach the U.S. Supreme Court? We will cover the right of privacy in relation to abortion, gay rights, and post-9/11 governmental wire-tapping; environmental law and global warming; torture, extraordinary rendition, and the rights of enemy combatant detainees; school prayer, the Pledge of Allegiance and government aid to sectarian education; and problems posed by claims of executive privilege and the state secrets doctrine.

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Lawrence Lessig: Congress to Blame for Bush Era Mistakes

Complete video at: http://fora.tv/2009/10/08/Lawrence_Lessig_on_Institutional_Corruption

Stanford Law professor Lawrence Lessig explores the concept of institutional responsibility by comparing a boarding school sexual abuse case with Congress during the Administration of President George W. Bush. In both cases, he argues that witnesses who did not act responsibly should be held just as culpable as the offender.

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Larry Lessig introduces the Safra lecture series with a discussion on institutional corruption.

He explores the prevalence of this form of corruption in fields ranging from politics to medicine to journalism, and describes his plan to study and contain this problem. – Safra Foundation Center for Ethics at Harvard University

Lawrence Lessig is a professor of law at Stanford Law School and founder of the school’s Center for Internet and Society. He teaches and writes in the areas of constitutional law, contracts, and the law of cyberspace. Prior to joining the Stanford faculty, he was Berkman Professor of Law at Harvard Law School and a professor at the University of Chicago.

He clerked for Judge Richard Posner on the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals and for Justice Antonin Scalia on the United States Supreme Court. For much of his career, he has focused on law and technology, especially as it affects copyright.

Recognized for arguing against interpretations of copyright that could stifle innovation and discourse online, he is CEO of the Creative Commons project, and he has been a columnist for Wired, Red Herring, and The Industry Standard.

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Constitutional Law – Standing – Supreme Bar Review

Supreme Bar Review lecture on Constitutional Law featuring Prof. Kevin O’Neill of Cleveland-Marshall College of Law. This portion of the lecture covers the issue of standing and how to handle it on an exam including law school exams and the bar exam.

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Knowing Your Rights Constitutional Law UPMART ORG

ShaneCMuirhttp://gdata.youtube.com/feeds/api/users/shanecmuirNewsKnowing, Your, Rights, Constitutional, Law, UPMART, ORGKnowing Your Rights Constitutional Law UPMART ORG

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Judicial Supremacy vs Co-equal Branches, Lecture 2

Join the discussion: http://www.judicialsupremacyvscoequalbranches.com/

Visiting University of Georgia Law Lecturer and former House Speaker Newt Gingrich argues that the defeat of judicial supremacy and the reestablishment of a constitutional balance of power among the legislative, executive, and judicial branches are unavoidable if we are going to retain our freedoms and our identity as Americans.

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Iraq’s Killer No.1: Americas Handicap of Learning Foreign Language & deficiencies of Others Culture

iraq barack obama joe biden obama flip flopped withdrawing troops iraq. john mccain invading iraq decorated long island soldier britain pull troops robert greenwald corporations rahul mahajan culmination united states gulf war backgrounders reconstruction britannica charles tripp helen chapin metz country’s constitution constitutional law thematic maps perry castaƱeda university texas duncan hunter republican staff sgt. travis atkins tackled suicide bomber invasion coalition saddam hussein

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MSNBC Countdown : FISA : Supreme Court says No

MSNBC
Countdown
Keith Olbermann

2008-02-19
Supreme Court says no to FISA

Constitutional law professor Jonathan Turley discusses the Supreme Court’s decision to turn down the ACLU’s legal challenge to President Bush’s domestic spying program.

Source
http://msnbc.com

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The Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) of 1978 is a U.S. federal law prescribing procedures for the physical & electronic surveillance & collection of “foreign intelligence information” between or among “foreign powers” on territory under United States control.

FISA is codified in 50 U.S.C. 1801–1811, 1821–29, 1841–46, and 1861–62.

The subchapters of FISA provide for:

– Electronic Surveillance
– Physical Searches
– Pen Registers and Trap & Trace Devices for Foreign Intelligence Purposes
– Access to certain Business Records for Foreign Intelligence Purposes

The act created a court which meets in secret, & approves or denies requests for search warrants.
Only the number of warrants applied for, issued and denied, is reported.

In 1980 (the first full year after its inception), it approved 322 warrants.
This number has steadily grown to 2224 warrants in 2006.
Only 5 warrants have been rejected since the court first met in 1979.

The Act was amended by the USA PATRIOT Act of 2001, primarily to include terrorism on behalf of groups that are not specifically backed by a foreign government.

An overhaul of the bill, the Protect America Act of 2007 was signed into law on 2007-08-05.

Source
http://wikipedia.org

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