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Category Archives: Constitutionally speaking
This post is courtesy of Brian S. Clarke, Assistant Professor of Law at Charlotte Law School. Before joining the faculty at Charlotte Law School, Brian was a practicing NC lawyer and an Adjunct Professor of Law at the Washington & Lee University School … Continue reading
Lawyers in NC took this oath of office to be admitted to practice law: “I do solemnly swear that I will support the Constitution of the United States; so help me God. I do solemnly and sincerely swear that I … Continue reading
The front page of the local section of The Charlotte Observer on Saturday, March 24th, reported on a midday rally the day before in front of the Charlotte federal courthouse. “Hundreds rally uptown”, said the headline, followed by the subheading: “Largely … Continue reading
Many people I talk with say that opposing Amendment One is a losing battle. If they are right, then on May 8th, a majority of voters will write legal prejudice against gays and lesbians into the NC constitution. In June 1958, it was legal prejudice of a … Continue reading
There was an article in The Charlotte Observer today about the guest preacher at Charlotte’s First Baptist Church yesterday. Tony Perkins, Family Research Council President, and a supporter of the marriage amendment, made an appeal to the congregation to amend … Continue reading