Civil Rights Basics

The term civil rights refers to the legal and judicial protections opposite to the discrimination and other types of not egalitarian dealing according to the nationality, the race, the sex and other protected characteristics. The civil rights also contemplate the protection from the use of cruel or excessive force on the part of the police or other governmental representatives. This section includes the basic questions on the civil rights in the United States. The articles and resources include a summary of the origins of the laws on civil rights, a general description of the Bill of rights, a questionnaire on civil rights, summaries of mistakes emphasized from the Supreme Court of the United States on civil rights and more.

Disability Benefits After The Death of Spouse

Disability Benefits After The Death of Spouse

If a person receiving social security disability benefits dies, leaving behind a spouse and children, the survivors may be eligible for receiving some (or all) of the deceased spouse’s disability profit. The amount and type of repayment you will receive as the …
Civil rights and Police Misconduct

Civil rights and Police Misconduct

Police officers have many freedoms in order to comply with their obligations. However, the Constitution and other laws limit how far you can reach the police to ensure public order. As evidence the video recording of the beating of the motorist Rodney …
Civil rights and Civil Liberties

Civil rights and Civil Liberties

It is important to note the difference between “civil rights” and “civil liberties.” The┬álegal area known as “civil rights” has traditionally revolved around the basic right not to be subjected to a treatment no equal on the basis of certain protected trait …