1.Under the doctrine of stare decisis, courts are obligated to follow the precedents established in their jurisdictions unless there is a compelling reason not to. Should U.S. courts continue to adhere to this common law principle, given that our government now regulates so many areas by statute?
2. After World War II, several Nazis were convicted of “crimes against humanity” by an international court. Assuming that these convicted war criminals had not disobeyed any law of their country and had merely been following their government’s orders, what law had they violated? Explain.
3.For this week Chapter 2 covers the Constitution and the amendment to the Constitution. The First Amendment list a number of fundamental rights that we as citizens enjoy. Among them is Freedom of Religion. As you will notice there are two separate and distinct clauses, the Establishment Clause and the Free Exercise Clause. We all have our own religious and moral believes and convictions. Setting aside these beliefs your question this week is should prayer be allowed in public schools and at government-sponsored public events?
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