a male human wrote:About A13, is that true? Didn't talk about criminal conviction.
For SDP, I only talked about right to private education (is that even a fundamental right?). Shit! I did not expect A13-14 to come up nor did I study for them.
I made it up on the test. Then I looked it up later, and says: "Section 1. Neither slavery nor involuntary servitude, except as a punishment for crime whereof the party shall have been duly convicted, shall exist within the United States, or any place subject to their jurisdiction."
So I pulled it out of my ass and somehow was magically right. I said "so unless they want to make dropping out a crime (which would raise all kinds of other issues), they can't compel him into the involuntary servitude without him being a criminal"
I made it up. Maybe my bar grader will laugh. Because uhhh I had nothing. The only 13th Am. thing I actually covered in bar prep was that it applies to no racial discrimination in private transactions. Sadly, the scope of the question involved slavery. SLAVERY. Has slavery ever been tested on the CA essays before? Anyone know? I mean, I guess I'm sure it has, I wonder how often.