Searches and Seizures: What constitutes lawful searches and seizures?

searches and seizures

Digging through my old review notes, I found some notes in Constitutional Law that might be worth salvaging. Since I feel like preserving some of these studies, I might as well post them here for everyone else to analyze as well. Just a little disclaimer. It’s not a guarantee that they will not be asked just because the … Read moreSearches and Seizures: What constitutes lawful searches and seizures?

Constitutional Law Review: Declaration of Principles and State Policies

Declaration of Principles and State Policies

Digging through my old review notes, I found some notes in Constitutional Law that might be worth salvaging. Since I feel like preserving some of these studies, I might as well post them here for everyone else to analyze as well. Just a little disclaimer. It’s not a guarantee that they will not be asked … Read moreConstitutional Law Review: Declaration of Principles and State Policies

Material Nonpublic Information: What is Material Nonpublic Information?

Material NonPublic Information

Material nonpublic information is a topic I decided to analyze right after publishing an article about grave abuse of discretion. (Feel free to post any objections or violent reactions that you have on that post. It won’t be the last time I’d be writing about it.) Some examples used would be from US-based articles. There … Read moreMaterial Nonpublic Information: What is Material Nonpublic Information?

Grave Abuse of Discretion: What is Grave Abuse of Discretion?

grave abuse of discretion

Grave abuse of discretion is an almost common term for bar students to encounter. While discretion is a known attribute that judges exercise when analyzing a case, it is also the usual remedy sought by parties unsatisfied with a case decision. This article seeks not only to define grave abuse of discretion but to check … Read moreGrave Abuse of Discretion: What is Grave Abuse of Discretion?