Essay Judged Unfairly

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Certain designing men may influence the legislature to formulate policies and pass laws that violate the Constitution or individual rights.

Certain designing men may influence the legislature to formulate policies and pass laws that violate the Constitution or individual rights.

There’s the type when we treat others differently solely because of their mental health, singling them out as different, strange or someone to avoid.

There’s also the type where we turn that judgement on ourselves, leading to feelings of shame and low self-esteem, among other things.

Hamilton laughs at anyone who questions that life tenure is the most valuable advance in the theory of representative government.

Permanency in office frees judges from political pressures and prevents invasions on judicial power by the president and Congress.

Political rights are least threatened by the judicial branch.

On occasion, the courts may unfairly treat an individual, but they, in general, can never threaten liberty.

This is not a matter of which branch is superior: it is simply to acknowledge that the people are superior to both.

It is futile to argue that the court's decisions, in some instances, might interfere with the will of the legislature.

It takes many years to fully understand the meaning of these laws and a short term of office would discourage able and honest men from seeking an appointment to the courts; they would be reluctant to give up lucrative law practices to accept a temporary judicial appointment.

Life tenure, modified by good behavior, is a superb device for assuring judicial independence and protection of individual rights.

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