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Who will take Scalia’s seat at the Supreme Court?

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Who will take Scalia’s seat at the Supreme Court?

Supreme court is consisted of eight justices and they all come from the federal appeals courts. Justice Antonin Scalia, who died on the Saturday, also came from the federal appeal court. All eight justices graduated from Harvard or Yale and didn’t have an elective office. By the opinion of many experts, the supreme court has become more insulated institution than ever. This matter implies next questions regarding next justice who is to come, should we expect something different, new refreshment and professional expertise that is not present...

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Peter Liang convicted for reckless manslaughter

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Peter Liang convicted for reckless manslaughter

Conviction of this police officer in the shooting death of Akai Gurley has raised a lot of questions regarding criminal justice system in New York. In most cases, officers who are accused of killing unarmed civilian are not criminally charged, of if they are, judges in non-jury trials release them. But, why is this case so different? The jurors, while conducting investigation, had an opportunity to put themselves in Liang’s position, when they were allowed to pull the trigger. They concluded that quick flinch, when a person is surprised,...

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Peter Laing guilty on all charges

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Peter Laing guilty on all charges

In Thursday, NYPD office’s Peter Liang was convicted for the reckless manslaughter of Akai Gurley. This may be a surprised verdict, but brings powerful message regarding police killings and shows the public that they aren’t above the law. The Brooklyn courtroom was packed with people and filled with tension just before 7 p.m. when the jury came with a verdict. The deceased family sat for two weeks in the front row. The mother of Gurley’s daughter stated that she was thankful to God and to DA who promised them a conviction. When jury...

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