Administrative Law and the State’s Growing Concern

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Administrative Law and the State’s Growing Concern
Introduction
Administrative law has the closest relationship with constitutional law in the context that the concerns of the former are with the legal regulations of governmental power, specifically in the government’s relations with the individuals and in its allocation of governing power between various institutions. An important area of public law, administrative law is unavoidably entangled in the theoretical and legal controversies about the legitimate roles of the state, the proper scope of individual autonomy, the subject matter of democratic values, the rule of law, and the ways in which they can best be recognized. The proliferation of administrative law during the past three...
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.....ableness was imposed to determine whether an individual should be incarcerated for an indefinite amount of time. Certainly, when put in this context, the Supreme Court in Currie failed to consider the gravity of the predicate offenses, as the appellate court had determined.
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