Describe some of the key differences between the “”law on the books”” and the “”law in action””. Give examples to illustrate these differences.
Discuss the case of House v. Bell, 547 U.S. 518 (2006) (summarized on page 7 of your text) including whether or not the case is a typical criminal case. The complete answer will include the facts of the case, verdict at trial, arguments made in post trial motions, including in which courts those arguments were made, and the final ruling in the case.
A battered woman requests the Court enter a TRO. A man whose gas tank exploded without any warning and severely burned him filed a complaint against the car manufacturer. Explain what the civil remedies are in the examples above, including why civil remedies may be used to combat criminal acts. Also, provide additional examples.
4) Read and brief Malloy v. Hogan, 378 U.S. 1 (1964). Thoroughly explain the Court’s decision to incorporate the privilege against self-incrimination.