Former President of the United States George W. Bush said it best: “The Constitution is just a piece of paper.”   The Constitution of September 17, 1787 was the original “piece of paper,” which George Washington refused to adopt by taking the Article VI oath in a way that would bind him “to support this Constitution.”  […]

The concept of jury nullification, which is simply the process of an English common law jury deciding all the facts and law of a single case, does not apply in a federal trial court.  State and federal government has strong armed the English common law out of existence by slowly replacing the unwritten English common […]