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The U.S. President can pardon or grant a reprieve to just about any individual for federal crimes against the United States In fact, many individuals have received presidential pardons dating back to George Washington’s presidency. To learn more about the pardon process, take a look at this article.
Do you consider yourself knowledgeable on the U.S. constitution? If so, go no further. We’ve put together 10 of some the most challenging questions concerning our nation’s most cherished document – the U.S. Constitution.
In this article, we’ll explore the First Amendment freedoms of speech and assembly, as guaranteed to us through the U.S. Constitution, and some of the guidelines that the government must follow when trying to make any such regulation of these freedoms.
Constitutional Law
Do you consider yourself knowledgeable on the U.S. constitution? If so, go no further. We’ve put together 10 of some the most challenging questions concerning our nation’s most cherished document – the U.S. Constitution.


In this article, we’ll explore the issue of whether a school can subject students to drug testing, and how this fits within the Fourth Amendment to the United States Constitution.


The U.S. President can pardon or grant a reprieve to just about any individual for federal crimes against the United States In fact, many individuals have received presidential pardons dating back to George Washington’s presidency. To learn more about the pardon process, take a look at this article.


In this article, we'll outline certain restrictions that have been placed on the fundamental right to vote, discuss the principle of "one person, one vote" and look at what it takes to run for office, and what restrictions have been placed on this right.


In this article, we’ll explore the First Amendment freedoms of speech and assembly, as guaranteed to us through the U.S. Constitution, and some of the guidelines that the government must follow when trying to make any such regulation of these freedoms.


In this article, we’ll explore the concept of standing, which deals with whether or not a person can show that he or she has a concrete investment in the action brought before the Court.


In this article, we’ll explore the jurisdiction of the United States Supreme Court and flesh out the types of cases in which the highest Court in the land can exercise its power over.


In this article, we’ll discuss the fundamental right of privacy. Encompassed within the fundamental right to privacy are the rights related to marriage and family, the rights to caring for your children, the rights within your personal sexual relationships, the right to abortion, and the right to read obscene material within your home.


In this article, we’ll explore the fundamental right to journey across state lines, as well as the fundamental right to be treated equally after moving from one state to another.