The increase in energy supplies caused the United States economy to slump. Suddenly the United States was looking at a potential economic disaster at least on a par with the Great Depression of the 1930's. Indeed, most commentators and politicians described the situation as an "epidemic of crime." This was not just larceny or burglary.Rather, the unexpected plunge of the stock market seemed to trigger a tremendous amount of violent crime.In any state that does not implement procedures to effectuate this law, any citizen may bring suit against the Governor in his or her official capacity in federal court to compel compliance with this statute.
Although the analyses are illustrative of the discussions that might appear in excellent examinee answers to MEE questions in the real bar exam, the analyses are more detailed than examinee answers are expected to be.
Looking for a way to stem the tide of violent crime, Congress decided that creating a national data bank of fingerprints would make it easier to solve crimes. Congress quickly reached a consensus that the best way to create such a data bank was to require states to fingerprint all applicants for driver's licenses.
Additionally, to ensure that fingerprints would be obtained quickly, Congress required each state to have its drivers renew licenses within the next calendar year.
They are provided only to familiarize students with the breadth and depth of the issues presented in MEE questions.
Con Law students at the University of Texas sat down for Professor Richard Albert’s 1L exam and were met with a bunch of multiple choice questions and one essay question, asking students to imagine themselves as counsel to the Governor of Kansas in 1954 and write 1000 words outlining the best legal arguments to defend segregation in the case. They choose where they work and what kind of work they want to do.