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Suspect classification - Wikipedia
In American jurisprudence, a suspect classification is any classification of groups meeting a series of criteria suggesting they are likely the subject of ... More »

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A class of individuals that have been historically subject to discrimination. Any statute that makes a distinction between individuals based on any of the suspect  ...

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Suspect classification refers to a characteristic used in applying a law, which a court will review subject to a strict scrutiny standard. A classification is called ...

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Suspect Classification. A presumptively unconstitutional distinction made between individuals on the basis of race, national origin, alienage, or religious ...

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Legal definition of suspect classification: a statutory classification that is subject to strict scrutiny by the judiciary of its consistency with…

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a statutory classification that is subject to strict scrutiny by the judiciary of its consistency with constitutional equal protection guarantees because it affects a suspect class ;also : suspect . ... Search for a definition or browse our legal glossaries.

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Definition of Suspect Classification – Our online dictionary has Suspect Classification information from Encyclopedia of the American Constitution dictionary.

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suspect classification definition: nA classification by racial group, national origin, sex, or citizenship, subject to strict scrutiny....

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The issue: When should courts closely scrutinize legislative classifications under ... Classifications involving suspect classifications such as race, however, are ...

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Traditionally, race and national origin were the only suspect classifications. ... In some cases, a law will be facially discriminatory, meaning that it explicitly ...