A member of Congress can be arrested for treason, felony, and breach of the peace. (Article I, Sec. 6)
If he has yet to make a turn.
under which situations can demonstrators be arrested
what group elected their first democratic member of congress under the new deal coalition
If you are referring to testimony given under oath - no.
It is not possible to sue the President since he has immunity from this. It is possible to sue people of Congress but only for cases of libel.
Your question does not contain enough information to be answered. Punished for what? Under what circumstances?
No. Under law, he can only be "arrested" if he has committed treason, a felony, or a breach of the peace. For any other crime, he can only be arrested when he returns home from a session. As long as he stays in the Congressional chambers, he cannot be removed. Once Congress adjourns, he can be arrested and prosecuted on any charge.
Under the current climate the little sister could have you arrested for assault. Depending on the circumstances.
The Congress must choose a Vice President by the individual senators with a majority of the full senate necessary for election.
Yes, under some circumstances. If the pill is not in the original container you can be arrested for possession of a prescription drug. You can also be charged if the pill IS in the original container but the prescription is not yours.
In 1948 President Truman called a special session demanding Congress addressing civil right, social security, and health care.
A substance that carries electricity under certain circumstances but not under others is called a semiconductor.
The juvenile is not "arrested" he or she is taken into protective custody and remanded to juvenile authorities. Running away is not a criminal offense as such, it is considered a "status offense" and can be adjudicated under criminal or civil statutes depending upon the circumstances of the matter.
Under what circumstances does your atom have a negative charge
Under what is called "exigent circumstances" such as officer safety. An example would be if the police chased someone into a house and arrested him in the living room. They could search the living room (but not the kitchen) for weapons.
Member of Virginia House of Burgesses, 1769-74Member of Continental Congress, 1775-76Governor of Virginia, 1779-81Member of Continental Congress, 1783-85Minister to France, 1785-89Secretary of State, 1790-93 (under Washington)Vice President, 1797-1801 (under J. Adams)
semiconductors - they can conduct electricity under certain circumstances but not under others
Vous êtes sous arrêtés pour boire sous D.U.I. which means you are under arrested for drinking under the influence. arretes means arrested
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Congressional leaders believe they have the votes necessary to override a veto
congressional leaders believe they have votes necessary to override a veto
If no candidate receives a majority of the electoral votes，the house votes by state to decide the winner.
Your family member would be arrested and charged for being under the influence of an illegal substance. Its possible they could be charged with other offences depending on the circumstances of the arrest. Your family member may benefit from the intervention, seek help and move on. Or, they might be in and out of institutions for a long time. Life is like a box of chocolates, you never know what you're going to get. For certain, things will be beyond your control. Good luck.