He cannot. The president can veto the bill, returning it to Congress without his signature. Congress can override the President's veto by a two-thirds vote of both the House and the Senate. If the Congress overrides the President's veto, it becomes law even if he doesn't like it. If the President refuses to enforce the law, he is violating his Constitutional oath to ensure that the laws will be faithfully executed, which would be an impeachable offense. Congress could then "fire" the President by removing him from office.
The court held that "a[n]…offense and a conspiracy to commit that offense are not the same offense for double jeopardy purposes."
While Congress is in session why can't they get arrested easily
He did wrong
"Illegal downloads" are a civil offense not a criminal offense. You cannot be arrested for committing a civil offense. However you can be brought to court and, if found guilty, fined heavily.
Insufficient information is given in the question. Was he arrested for the exact same OFFENSE for which he was convicted, or was he arrested on the same CHARGE for a totally different offense? If he was arrested for the EXACT SAME OFFENSE for which he was convicted he would be in the unconstitutional position of being placed in double jeapordy.
Your first offense is the FIRST offense/crime you were ever arrested for and charged with. Your SECOND offense/crime is the second time you were ever arrested and charged for. And so on...... . Third - Fourth - etc. The more offenses you have on your record, the harsher your sentences will subsequently become.
That is quite true. Only Congress gets to decide what members of Congress are paid. The only restraint on the greed of Congress-people is that if they are too greedy, the voters may take offense and vote them out of office.
That is a simple answer first offense you get a warning, second offense you get a ticket, third offense you get arrested.
(in the US) ALL citizens being arrested for a criminal offense by civilian law enforcement should be provided with the Miranda Warning. No such warning applies to members of the military being arrested by military authorities.
he hasn't been arrested, don't believe these rumors.
Driving while Black.
If it's not a disqualifying offense, or you don't have charges pending for a disqualifying offense, yes.