What doctrine of rights did both the no incorporation justices and the plus incorporation justices use to expand the notion of legal rights?

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What is the penalty for carrying a gun without a permit in Philippines?

Ten thousand pesos

Can I carry a gun in my car in Philippines?

a) Display of firearms is prohibited. The firearms must always be concealed; Violation of this provision shall be subject for immediate revocation of the License to Own and Possess Firearms and Firearm Registration. b) The firearm must be secured inside a vehicle or a motor cycle compartment.

How long can I stay in the Philippines with dual citizenship?

indefinitely

Can a dual citizen own a gun in the Philippines?

Foreigners are not allowed to own or carry a gun here in the Philippines, thus they cannot apply for a gun license. This is according to President Aquino’s Republic Act. No. 10591, or the “Comprehensive Firearms and Ammunition Regulation Act”.

Is the son of a naturalized Filipino natural born citizen?

Generally, natural-born Filipinos are those with one or both parents who were Filipino at the time of their birth. If you are not a natural-born Filipino, i.e. if neither of your parents were Filipino when you were born, then you may not file for dual citizenship under Republic Act No. 9225.

Can a naturalized Filipino have dual citizenship?

Republic Act 9225 (RA 9225) or the Citizenship Retention and Re-acquisition Act of 2003 (more popularly known as the Dual Citizenship Law) allows natural-born Filipinos who have become naturalized citizens of another country to retain or re-acquire their Filipino citizenship.

What is my nationality if I was born in the Philippines?

Philippine nationality law is based upon jus sanguinis, citizenship by descent. Generally, if you are born to at least one parent who was a Philippine citizen at the time of your birth, you were born with Philippine citizenship.

Who is a natural-born Filipino citizen?

Those whose fathers or mothers are citizens of the Philippines at the time of their birth and those born before 17 January 1973, of Filipino mothers, who elect Philippine citizenship upon reaching the age of majority are considered natural-born Filipinos.

What is the importance of Bill of Rights in the Philippines?

Article III of the Philippine Constitution is the Bill of Rights. It establishes the relationship of the individual to the State and defines the rights of the individual by limiting the lawful powers of the State. It is one of the most important political achievements of the Filipinos.

Why were many citizens concerned about the lack of a bill of rights in the original Constitution?

Why were many citizens concerned about the lack of a bill of rights in the original Constitution? They wanted to get rid of all restrictions on the rights of the people. If you list some rights, then those rights become more important than others. All people born in the United States have all the rights of citizens.

Which clause in Section 1 of the Fourteenth Amendment forces governments apply the law to all American citizens in the same way?

Equal Protection Clause

What is the name of the constitutional protection which requires a government to show a legal basis for imprisoning someone?

ex post facto law

What doctrine of rights did both the no incorporation justices and the plus incorporation justices use to expand the notion of legal rights?

The set of rights that are the basis for the arguments of both the no incorporation justices and the plus incorporation justices in expanding the notion of legal rights are the natural rights built on the idea or concept of ordered liberty.

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