Innocent Until Proven Guilty Justice

Innocent Until Proven Guilty or Guilty Until Proven Innocent?

“Innocent until proven guilty” is one of the oldest ideals in the judicial branches of government. The idea of innocent until proven guilty in the American legal system goes like this: A defendant is given a fair trial and is subject to the same human rights as everyone else. Punishment can only be delivered after evidence and final decisions are made in the court.
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black lives matter in the war on drugs

Do Black Lives Matter To the War On Drugs?

Black Lives Matter has been one of the huge hot-button topics to many Americans of all different races in the past several years. BLM gained massive media attention after the death of Michael Brown at the hands of officer Darren Wilson.
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7 Facts About American Exceptionalism

The United States has often been seen (mostly by the people who live there) as the greatest country on Earth. While there are certainly many advantages to living in the US, there are ugly sides as well that people don’t like to talk about as much. We have our fair share of problems; you may think by the end that we have more than our fair share.
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