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Conflicts of Federal and State Law

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Is it possible for a state to pass a law that opposes the 5th and 14th amendments?

If no, would an individual file suit under due process, and or discrimination and proceed with a civil litigation?

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The expert examines the conflicts of federal and state law.

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No it is not possible for a state to pass a law opposes the 5th and 14th amendments. The 14th amendment guaranteeing equal rights was passed because southern states attempted to ...

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