We’ve all heard of silly, unusual, or unhelpful laws that seemingly serve no purpose. While some countless rules, guidelines, mandates, and laws will inevitably serve no real purpose in defending the people of a city, state, nation, or another area.
However, most laws serve a purpose, if not for multiple purposes. This holds true for the laws that constitute – no pun intended – constitutions, the legal blueprints for the governments they set forth the rules for. One such rule is in the United States’ expansive book of laws that virtually nobody with any level of law degree or expertise can understand all of, find here (Crunchbase.com).
The United States federal government is composed of three branches of government: a branch that makes laws, or the judiciary branch; one that enforces law, or the executive branch; and one in which the Senate and House of Representatives operates, better known as the legislative branch. The U.S. Department of Justice is wedged in the form of a government bureau within the executive branch, of which the United States President – in our case, Donald Trump – is the head cheese over, useful source (Sujitchoudhry.com).
The Department of Justice has held open a position for the special counsel for some years. Whoever is in the role of special counsel is tasked with the not-so-easy role of making sure other members of government do not break rules; if they, including the U.S. President, do break various rules, then the special counsel has the obligation to hold them accountable for their misguided actions, see more information on twitter.com.
Sujit Choudhry is one of the United States’ top lawyers, especially as constitutional law is concerned. Though he’s not very likely to send a criminal to jail, Sujit Choudhry is a leading authority as far as comparing two or more countries’ constitutions together.
Sujit Choudhry also likes to write a lot of books, journal entries, and other pieces of both his sole authorship and those resulting from collaborations with others. Sujit Choudhry’s newest work will be released soon and talks about what the American people should immediately do if Trump tries to fire Bob Mueller, visit https://medium.com/@SujitChoudhry.