How The Administrative State Is Disputing Your Right To A Jury Trial
How The Administrative State Is Disputing Your Right To A Jury Trial

How The Administrative State Is Disputing Your Right To A Jury Trial

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Episode # 66
Today on Legalese we are doing a deep dive into the pending Supreme Court Case SEC v Jarkesy. This case was one included in my Supreme Court Roundup video from October 2023, which included a very brief summary of the case and reviewed the Question Presented.
Today we will be giving this case the comprehensive attention it deserves as what I believe may be the most interesting and important Supreme Court case in my annual case roundup. The Court is being asked to either reaffirm or vacate a decision by the Fifth Circuit Court Of Appeals that found an internal SEC case brought against George Jarkesy as unconstitutional on three separate grounds.
First, it deprived Jarkesy of his Seventh Amendment right to a trial by jury.
Second, it violated the Non-Delegation Doctrine.
Third, it violates the “Take Care” clause of Article II because the President is powerless to remove an Administrative Law Judge, such as the judge that ruled against Jarkesy.
Today we take a deep dive into the administrative state, the Fifth Circuit decision, we review the oral arguments from this case before the Supreme Court and I debunk the scare-mongering untruths that are spreading by way of the corporate media and the Washington DC political class.

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