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Suspect classification | Wex Legal Dictionary / Encyclopedia | LII ...

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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  ...

Suspect Classifications Based on Race - National Paralegal College

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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 ...

Reevaluating Suspect Classifications - Seattle University School of ...

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has not defined satisfactorily the elements of a suspect class. .... suspect classification—race—under the Court's principle of symmetry; “once a subordinate class.

Levels of Scrutiny Under the Equal Protection Clause

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

Suspect Class - FindLaw

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Search for a definition or browse our legal glossaries. ... also protected class see also suspect classification NOTE: Suspect class and suspect classification are ...

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suspect classification definition: ... ... How would you define suspect classification ? Add your definition here. ... Words near suspect classification in the dictionary ...

Beyond Suspect Classifications - Penn Law: Legal Scholarship ...

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suspect classification jurisprudence for the discrete doctrinal innovations of any one case, .... a history of discrimination; (3) is politically powerless; (4) is defined.

The Usual Suspect Classifications - Penn Law: Legal Scholarship ...

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determining which classifications ought to receive suspect status under the ... definitions of immutability from other doctrinal contexts, such as asylum or Title VII  ...

Suspect Classification or Suspect Class

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What is a suspect classification? When is a group a suspect class? Read about the legal definitions and why they matter to feminist history.

Quasi-Suspect Classification - Equal Protection Test - Women's History

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Definition: A quasi-suspect classification in U.S. Constitution equal protection analysis is a distinction of a certain group of people that falls short of being a ...

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Suspect class legal definition of Suspect class - Legal Dictionary

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

Suspect Classification Law & Legal Definition

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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 ...

Suspect Classes - Eben Moglen

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Defining Suspect Classes; The classification of sexual orientation, actual and ... that sexual orientation could at least be defined as a quasi-suspect classification.