Williams, Marian

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Wrongful Convictions: Reasons, Remedies, and Case Studies 2014 30498 Previous literature has indicated that wrongful conviction is estimated to occur in about 1 to 5 percent of all convictions in the United States. Wrongful conviction is defined as the conviction of a factually innocent person. In order for the char...
Mapping Transgressions: The Road To Privacy 2016 1266 Recent developments in technology, Supreme Court case law, and state legislation have created a conundrum of what used to be a somewhat simple application of the law regarding privacy rights and the Fourth Amendment. Technology may have outpaced juri...
Nothing To Hide: The Development Of American Privacy Law And The Fourth Amendment 2021 42 Technology has always presented itself as a problem for the court system. As the pace of technological development increases over time, this problem will only worsen. The current operating standards of privacy law in relation to technology is outdate...
The Supreme Court And The Second Amendment: How Previous Rulings Will Affect Modern Issues 2021 73 This thesis will examine the current and past Supreme Court interpretations of the Second Amendment. This thesis will use a variety of scholarly journals and other sources to back up claims with evidence. The thesis will be broken up into three secti...
Criminal Justice Reform: Learning From The Past & Promoting Growth For The Future 2021 79 The year 2020 was unprecedented and a year that no one could have predicted. The raging COVID-19 pandemic ravaged everyone’s lives in some way, shape, or form. It brought to light more pain and suffering beyond just the pandemic itself—as social ineq...
A Study Of Human Trafficking: Within The United States And Abroad 2017 573 Human trafficking is a dishonorable and lucrative business, with numerous laws and definitions aimed to combat the crime. Prosecutions and identification of a trafficking case are extremely difficult for law enforcement personnel, due to the ambiguit...
Taking It To The Courts: Voter Identification Laws In North Carolina 2017 760 For over two-hundred years, the United States of America has personified itself as a world-wide protector of democracy and equality. Yet, at home, the United States has struggled to protect its own citizens’ basic democratic right -- the right to vot...