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Unequal Protection and its Consequences

Two articles caught my attention recently. In the first one, a journalist recounts how he was caught up in the Occupy Oakland demonstrations and was arrested and mistreated by Oakland Police despite ...
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The Law and the Legal Pretext

A “legal pretext” is a justification provided, usually by government and its agents, particularly law enforcement, in an effort to mask one's true intentions. Legal pretext can be ...
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The Absurdity of the Legal Fiction

A legal fiction is an assumption that courts use to reach a desired result despite the fact that there is absolutely no basis in reality to assume such a fact; indeed, in some cases, the legal fiction ...
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