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2017-03-24 Legislation, Presidential & Congressional Politics - Re: Questions:

1. Suspects had always had a right to an attorney and not to answer questions that could be self incriminating.  What Miranda added was that police must explicitly advise suspects of these rights before

2017-03-24 U.S. Politics - Re: Questions:

Siddharth,    You are tracking in the right direction but remember that the preferred position doctrine is interpretive and is therefore flexible not rigid.  It is a test that is applied not against person

2017-03-24 U.S. Politics - Re: Question:

Siddharth,    Yes, that is correct.  An adjustment made to Social Security and Supplemental Security Income to counteract the effects of inflation. Cost-of-living adjustments (COLAs) are generally equal

2017-03-23 Legislation, Presidential & Congressional Politics - Health care:

There no set deadline and House can leave pending as long as they want.  Its also not unusual that this happened its common event in House. Speaker determines when there a vote. If there not enough votes

2017-03-23 Supreme Court Cases - Precedent:

Hi,  Its not new and general precedent is basis of case law.  Here how precedent works.  http://legal-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com/precedent    Courts always used legal precedent in their ruling.

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