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What is the 5th amendment in simple terms?

The 5th amendment not only protects the right to life, property, and liberty but further extends it to the non-suppression of fundamental rights such as freedom of speech, freedom of expression, etc. The 5th amendment provides the accused with fundamental civil rights. Even though it may be limited to the state, the 14th amendment further improves the 5th amendment privileges to the right to remaining silent and having an attorney.

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Amending Your Company Name.

Entity Name Amendment is a legal act of changing the name of your corporation, LLC, or other business entity that you use. Companies are authorized and bound to do business only using their legal names filed with the registering state. When changing its name, company must get an approval from the state BEFORE officially using the new name.

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UAE Recent Amendment in Commercial Agency Law

A noteworthy amendment in the Commercial Agency Law (Federal Law 18 of 1981) in UAE is currently the talk of the town.

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How will the comprehensive reform bill affect me and my immigration case?

The comprehensive immigration reform has reached a pinnacle as the Senate Judiciary Committee has passed Chairman Specter’s 300 plus paged bill by a margin of 12 to 6 votes. Immigrant Advocate Groups hailed that the reform is long overdue and it will ensure a sensible immigration reform while anti-immigrant groups contends that the bill is nothing more than an Amnesty.

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Designing Relationships for Trust

People yearn for relationships they can trust. They want to be able to depend on people. They want relationships characterized by ease, clarity and harmonious cooperation.

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Understanding Florida Real Estate Taxes with Florida’s Amendment 1

Trying to determine your Florida real estate taxes is like trying to determine if you qualify for an IRS tax break, near impossible. If you're trying to understand Florida property taxes this article explains everything you want to know, but were afraid to ask, including information on Florida's New Amendment 1 passed by voters on January 9, 2008. So whether you’re a new Florida resident wondering what a homestead exemption is, or a longtime resident trying to figure out how much Save Our Homes benefit you can take with you to your new home, it's covered in this article.

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Equal Protection Clause: One of the rights of the 14th Amendment

The equal protection clause is one of the three major provisions of section 1 of the 14th Amendment of the U.S. Constitution. Ratified on 9th July 1868, the clause states no state within its jurisdiction shall deny or refuse the equal protection of the laws.

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How a Shrinking 4th Amendment Affects People Facing Crimes

Find out how two cases from Fourth Amendment diminishes freedom for people from Fort Bend County criminal cases.

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What are the Drug Laws of Colorado

Colorado is one such state which had decriminalized the Marijuana consumption and legalize it for medicinal and recreational purposes. It has a long history of different amendments and mass movements. Lets learn what are the drug laws of Colorado.

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Damn Right I'm A Libertarian

How can these Constitutional Experts support the unconstitutional War on Drugs (remember, Prohibition? You need a Constitutional Amendment to make prohibition the law of the land and last I checked, we never ratified an Amendment to prohibit drugs).

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A Tea-O-Con Case Study - Incumbent Rep. Jason Chaffetz's Legacy of Likability and Photo Ops

With the recent ouster of Bob Bennett, it seems many incumbent Republicans are scrambling and cranking up the spin-machine in an attempt to jump aboard the recent "Liberty/Tea Party" freight-train. I like to call these folks Tea-o-Cons; Neo-Conservatives who leverage true-blue American libertarian rhetoric to get elected, then once they are in power they actually legislate against liberty and libertarian values.

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Five tips on drawing numbering system for Civil Engineer

It tells about how to prepare better drawing numbering system.

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United States and the 22nd amendment

On February 27th, 1951, the 22nd amendment was ratified which made permanent a tradition that has profound influence on the philosophy of government in the United States of America.

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Corporate Insolvency Laws in India

With the globalisation of the Indian economy, the sphere of Corporate Insolvency Laws has widened collosally.

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