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Please explain Article 1, Section 9, Clause 2?

Please explain Article 1, Section 9, Clause 2? Topic: Parts research article
July 16, 2019 / By Gordon
Question: Please explain Article 1, Section 9, Clause 2, I don't understand any part of it. i'll award points to best answer The document pertains to the US Constitution and no I still do not understand what Habeas Corpus is even after researching it
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Dudde Dudde | 6 days ago
Habeas corpus (Latin for "give us the body") means in legal practice that,if arrested,a defendant has to be charged within a certain amount of time,and can't be held in prison without having a trial and being convicted and sentenced within a reasonable amount of time.
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Dudde Originally Answered: There's an Article in Finances section of Yahoo you should read,Answers to rebate questions.?
Your right, alot of people think 600 and 300, not so. There is alot of things to figure in. You can go to IRS.GOV and punch in on the stimuli package, enter in a few lines off of you tax return and the stimuli calculator will tell you how much your getting and when it will be sent out, they dont ask for you SSN, you can see when yours will come to you by knowing the last 2 digits of your SSN. Hope this helps.
Dudde Originally Answered: There's an Article in Finances section of Yahoo you should read,Answers to rebate questions.?
I just read the article and see nothing to indicate there will be less money than they stated on their website.

Brodie Brodie
Article 1 of what document? There are MILLIONS of documents written over the span of history. You need to narrow down which one.
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Brodie Originally Answered: What is the difference in Section 8 and Section 42 housing?
Section 8 does not provide student housing. But, if you are completely disabled according to the social security department you will qualify. It really depends on your disability. If you can work you have to work full time, as it is low income, not "no income". If they accept you your rent would be 264 for a 1 bedroom, they pay the rest. Section 8 is generally harder to get. 42 is commonly refered to as "The Projects". Section 8 should not make the projects look so "nice" though, it is regular homes in regular neighborhoods. I am accepting section 8 applications for one of mine right now, it is a nice house, in a good neighborhood, with a nice school.
Brodie Originally Answered: What is the difference in Section 8 and Section 42 housing?
The team of people that pretend to be the "landlord" who initially answered your question could not have provided a more inaccurate answer. Section 42 housing aka tax credit program is NOT referred to as "the projects". Tax credit programs have very strict no student rules, as do section 8 programs. HUD does not want their buildings turned into dorm rooms. I understand that you are "disabled", but HUD has different definitions of disability than SSDI. If you are in need of a handicap accessible unit, meaning if you are in a wheelchair/scooter, then there are section 8 programs (there are several programs) that will accommodate you. Where "landlord" got that rent figure is beyond me....in a section 8 program you will pay a 1/3 of your adjusted gross income, if you are handicap and have related out of pocket expenses hud deducts those expenses from your gross income. I hope this information helped! Good luck finishing up school!

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