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Closing the courthouse door : how your constitutional rights became unenforceable

Closing the courthouse door : how your constitutional rights became unenforceable (1회 대출)

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개인저자
Chemerinsky, Erwin.
서명 / 저자사항
Closing the courthouse door : how your constitutional rights became unenforceable / Erwin Chemerinsky.
발행사항
New Haven ;   London :   Yale University Press,   c2017.  
형태사항
xi, 262 p. ; 25 cm.
ISBN
9780300211580 (hardcover : alk. paper) 0300211589 (hardcover : alk. paper)
요약
"The Supreme Court's decisions on constitutional rights are well known and much talked about. But individuals who want to defend those rights need something else as well: access to courts that can rule on their complaints. And on matters of access, the Court's record over the past generation has been almost uniformly hostile to the enforcement of individual citizens' constitutional rights. The Court has restricted who has standing to sue, expanded the immunity of governments and government workers, limited the kinds of cases the federal courts can hear, and restricted the right of habeas corpus. Closing the Courthouse Door, by the distinguished legal scholar Erwin Chemerinsky, is the first book to show the effect of these decisions: taken together, they add up to a growing limitation on citizens' ability to defend their rights under the Constitution. Using many stories of people whose rights have been trampled yet who had no legal recourse, Chemerinsky argues that enforcing the Constitution should be the federal courts' primary purpose, and they should not be barred from considering any constitutional question"--Jacket.
내용주기
Why do we have federal courts? -- Suing the government : the king can do wrong -- Suing government officers -- An alleged constitutional violation always should be adjudicated -- The great writ : how habeas corpus has been suspended -- Opening the federal courthouse doors -- Enforcing the Constitution.
서지주기
Includes bibliographical references (p. 211-242) and index.
일반주제명
Constitutional law --United States. Due process of law --United States. Courts --United States. Civil rights --United States.
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목차

Why do we have federal courts?
Suing the government : the king can do wrong
Suing government officers
An alleged constitutional violation always should be adjudicated
The great writ : how habeas corpus has been suspended
Opening federal courthouse doors
Enforcing the Constitution.

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