Intellectual Disability is a Go-Ahead with the Death Penalty?
According to recent studies on the effects of Intellectual Disability in cases of the death penalty, there has to be lots of evidence concluding that the murderer with any kind of I.D. will need to have known what he has done, and will have to know how to set up everything and whatnot, and if all pieces connect to the person with I.D. had known all parts, he will be eligible for the death penalty.


The Dissappearance of Trial by Jury Criminal convictiom cases were not given Trial by Jury to the fact that they were given trial through civil rights complaints, clearly an unfair statement and against the 7th Amendment entirley, this is nothing but unfair to those who are on trial against these complaints, as it’s clearly stated that a trial by jury is always allowed unless waived by the defendant.

The Struggle Behind not Being Able to Afford a Lawyer
Shondel Church was arrested in March of 2016 and because of the mass amount of time an attorney would have had to take to prepare his case, he was forced to make a plea deal. Being out of work for 3 months already, Church eventually went to finish the case but was still nevet given any legal help from any lawyer.

Former Google Executive Steals Self Driving Cars, Pleads 5th Amendment to Prevent Self Incrimination Former Google Executive, Anthony Levandowski is having charges placed against him at his new spot in the “Uber” company, a service that works like a taxi, who he is head of the self driving car portion, Levandowski pleads the 5th amendment to prevent any self-incrimination that may be involved.

The Process of Reducing Gun Violence There had been some idea of a regulation of the second amendment rather than to completley get rid of it like some people want to. As stated in the article, citizens will still have their right to own guns, but state government will have regulation over all products including guns themselves, ammunition, and bearing for the sole use of self defense.

Restricting the Right to Vote Because of Dress A man in Minnesota was declined his right to vote based on the dress code law seen in the state. The man’s shirt and pins had certain demoralizing phrases, including the Boston Tea Party, and expressions like “Please I.D. Me”. The case Minnesota Voters Alliance v. Mansky doesn’t seem necessary to the fact that he was only wearing a shirt that expressed his opinion.