Powers set aside for the states or the people?
In most states, a judge can make a "judgment notwithstanding the verdict" which sets aside the jury verdict. A judge can only set aside a jury verdict in limited circumstances, including irregularity in the proceedings, passion/prejudice, and a verdict that the evidence does not support. You should consult with an attorney if you are facing a motion to set aside a jury verdict and/or if the verdict has already been set aside.
Are you eligible to apply for a law enforcement position with a domestic violence conviction set aside?
'Democratic rule' meant the rule by people who have been democratically elected and whose powers and duration of rule are subject to laws and other restraints. 'Military rule' means rule by the army of a country and more specifically, by the army leaders. These leaders have not been elected by the people and in most cases military rulers set aside or ignore the laws limiting the ruler's powers.
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s speeches were about blacks and whites and how separate they were and how we set aside our differences and hold hands no mater the color of our skin and to treat other people as you would treat yourself or your family that you truly love. His speeches affected people because people said to theirselves ,"Hey he's right we shouldn't be separate we should be united like the United States." others…
An "enumerated power" is one that is directly or specifically written out and granted. In the US Constitution there are enumerated powers that are listed for each of the branches of the government, such as the Congress and the President (Executive Branch). These are also called the "express (expressed) powers" as opposed to the "implied powers" that may be required to perform the duties of each branch. The enumerated powers are a list of items…