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You can sue the U.S. government much as you'd sue any other individual or government agency. Simply hire a lawyer to fill out the paperwork for you and proceed from there.
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The Executive Branch; The Legislative Branch; The Judicial Branch. LegislativeExecutiveJudicial . 1.Legislative branch - (i.e. Congress). . 2.Executive branch (i.e. The President). . 3.Judicial branch (i.e. The Supreme Court).

Where does the U.S. government derive their just powers from?

All governmental power in the United States of America comes from the people. ----- The "just power" is "Man" or "consent of the governed." It means the people of the country who are being ruled by the government are the "just power". The government is only in control as long as the people let (MORE)

How do you sue the U.S. government.?

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Can the Vietnamese government arrest a U.S. citizen?

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Can you give reasons to trust the U.S. government?

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Can you sue state government?

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Does Algeria have a stable government compared to the U.S.?

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How do you sue the US government for medical negligence?

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Can a US Citizen sue the government?

The US government is protected by "Sovereign Immunity". In 1946 Congress passed The Federal Tort Claims Act giving individual LIMITED right to sue the government.

What are the 3 levels of government called in U.S?

The executive,Legislative and judicial. The United States Congress is the legislative branch of the federal government. It is bicameral, comprising the House of Representatives and the Senate. The House of Representatives consists of 435 voting members, each of whom represents a congressional di (MORE)

Are U.S. Representatives in the Judicial branch of government?

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The U.S government officially is?

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If you are attacked by an Iranian government terrorist can you sue them?

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Can you sue a Florida department of government?

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If the Jewish can sue the German government why can't American Indians and Aborigines sue?

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What happens if you sue the government?

Do you plan to represent yourself or hire an attorney? Because you had better have a seriously compelling case with tons of supporting evidence to get anywhere. Most attorneys won't touch it, and if one is willing, and needs money up front to start the action, then he is probably a crook. If you hav (MORE)

Why did the US government sue Microsoft?

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What is the highest position women have in the U.S. government?

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Can a military spouse sue the government?

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How do you sue the federal government for loss of benefits?

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