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Asked in Senior Citizens
Where can one access the US Senior Citizens Service?
To access the US Senior Citizens Service, go to the official website and then you will be able to contact them through the usage of email or calling them by phone. ...
How are the citizens involved in the Judicial Branch?
Citizens have three main involvements in any form of the judicial branch, except the Federal where they have only 2. They must vote to put the judge in power (not in the Federal System, Federal Judges are appointed for life). They must agree to Indict the accused, through the power of the Grand Jury; They must agree to convict the accused, through the power of a Jury. ...
What are the social responsibilities of citizens?
Citizens should work towards the betterment of their community through economic participation, public service, volunteer work, and other such efforts to improve life for all citizens. -Credit to Wikipedia ...
Asked in Politics and Government
Citizens are expected to support their government through?
Citizens, both by nature of being born and naturalized, are entitled to freedom given by the government. In exchange for freedom, citizens are expected to support their government through exercising right to vote, paying taxes, and, if eligible, submit themsleves in military service. ...
Asked in US Marine Corps
Can non-american citizens join the us marines and if they can how?
Yes. Contact your nearest recruiter or goto www.marines.com You can gain citizenship through service ...
Asked in US Supreme Court
How many Supreme Courts does the US federal judicial system have?
Answer The United States has one Supreme Court in the federal judicial system. There are Regional and District Federal Courts through which cases of a federal nature are appealed and heard. Each of the 50 states has a court, usually referred to as the (State) Supreme Court, that has the responsibility of interpreting the constitution of that state. These courts are not part of the federal judicial system. See Related Questions for more information about the federal judicial system. ...
Asked in US Constitution, Federal Laws
What are citizens?
they are the people Added: (in the US) Citizenship is a status acquired by birth within the United States or through judicial proceedings known as 'naturalization.' One is also a citizen, even though born outside the United States, if both of his parents were citizens and one of them had a residence in the United States prior to the birth. ...
Asked in Law & Legal Issues, World War 1
The selective training and service act requires military service registration for all males between the ages of?
All male U.S. citizens, and male aliens living in the U.S., who are 18 through 25, are required to register with Selective Service. See below link: ...
Asked in Law & Legal Issues
How do citizens take part in court cases?
Citizens and citizens' groups take part in court cases in many ways: First, through the U.S. jury system, citizens are chosen to engage in fact-finding and to help decide the outcome of the case. Second, citizens and citizens' groups can submit "amicus curiae briefs" to the court. "Amicus curiae" literally means "friend of the court" in Latin -- these are briefs submitted by non-parties who are interested, somehow, in the issues of the case. They provide arguments and issues for the court to consider. Citizens...
Asked in Roman Empire
How did the government pay for the roman roads?
The Roman government paid for the building of the roads through the public treasury. However the maintenance of the roads was the responsibility of the towns that the road passed through. The Roman government paid for the building of the roads through the public treasury. However the maintenance of the roads was the responsibility of the towns that the road passed through. The Roman government paid for the building of the roads through the public treasury. However the maintenance of the roads...
Why do some bills go through judicial review and some don't?
A bill, which is legislation that has not yet become law, never undergoes judicial review. Laws may be subject to judicial review only if they are part of a case being heard by the court. If a law's constitutionality is never challenged in court, it never goes through judicial review. ...
Asked in US Constitution, Government, US Government
Is interpreting the Nation's laws is the responsibility of the Executive branch?
No, the Executive Branch enforces the federal laws through the agencies that fall under it (FBI, NSA, etc) The Judicial Branch interprets the the U.S Constitution to set new laws into a legal standard. ...
How does the federal court system and the Ohio court system create a judicial system that is both fair and protective to those persons accused of crimes and to the rights of all citizens?
This is done through enactment of relevant and applicable State and federal statutes and rules promulgated thereunder, and common-law judicial decisions based on them and based on an interpretation of the State and U.S. Constitutions. ...
Asked in Jobs & Education
What body of people make up the head of the Judicial Branch?
The judicial branch oversees the court system of the U.S. Through court cases, the judicial branch explains the meaning of the Constitution and laws passed by Congress. The Supreme Court is the head of the judicial branch. ...
Asked in US Congress
Due process rights are?
Usually refers to rights when subject to law enforcement or judicial action, or agency rulemaking that impacts the rights of citizens - due process meets constitutional requirements, referring to both procedure and substantial rights of citizens. For example, if a citizen has a legal right to land and the government needs to build a freeway through it, the government can't just take it, due process requires at least notice, fair market compensation and opportunity for judicial review of the decision-making. ...
Asked in Criminal Law
At what time are you eligible for Judicial Release from an Ohio prison?
2929.20 Sentence reduction through judicial release. Website is http://codes.ohio.gov/orc/2929.20 ...