What can you say about the state of the justice system in the Philippines today?
The criminal justice system is a major concern of Americans today do you think the bill of rights goes too far in protecting the rights of the accused?
The criminal justice system is designed to be fair, although it isn't always, it's run by humans you know. The criminal justice system has three elements, legislators to make the laws; police and prosecutors to collect evidence and present at court; and the court process set up to make a decision. These are tools, justice in this system is up to the willingness and abilities of these people (humans).
Yes, a dual system of state and federal courts exist today. They generally serve different purposes. The state courts are restricted to state issues. The federal courts generally deal with federal matters but can deal with state issues in matters such a law suit or civil rights issue when one of the parties is from out of state. On some issues, it also serves as a court of appeals for state courts.
Justice is a concept of moral rightness based on ethics, rationality, law, natural law, religion, or equity, along with the punishment of the breach of said ethics; justice is the act of being just and/or fair. The above definition from WIKI gives the basic definition however, justice is no longer a part of the American judicial system. Justice as it is administered today is more a contest than it is just and fair.
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Yes, in fact several former Secretaries of State went on to become US Supreme Court justices, including Chief Justice John Marshall, who is arguably the most influential justice in the Court's history. Today, it is more common to choose candidates who have judicial experience, but there is no mandate or constitutional limitation on whom the President may nominate.
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No, not really. It's no longer spoken or taught as an official language. Today there are a minority of people who can speak Spanish, but as time goes by that number is decreasing. Spanish was the official language of the Philippines for more than three centuries during Spanish colonial rule. Today, the official languages of the Philippines are Filipino and English. Of the 175 languages spoken in the Philippines today, Spanish is spoken by only…
How is the classification system used by scientists today different from the classification system developed by Linnaeus?
Artistic paintings were existing in the Philippines even in the 16th century for religious propaganda. Later water color paintings, landscapes, battle scenes, etc. were introduced. Bamboo poles and bamboo sticks were traditional dances practiced even today. Weaving on looms, weaving baskets, etc. were other traditional practices that influence the Philippines today.