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The judiciary assumed the public acquecience and complicity

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The judiciary assumed the public acquecience and complicity with the white and colored toilets at the court house. Can the judiciary recognize an incedence of discrimination on its own volition or must someone file a complaint...
Submitted: 4 years ago.
Category: Legal
Expert:  D. WINOGO ESQ. replied 4 years ago.
The judiciary cannot act on their own. To hear a case and change the law, someone must first file a complaint with the court.
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Customer: replied 4 years ago.

please elaborate:

1. The court can hear the case

2. The court can hear the case and change the law

Expert:  D. WINOGO ESQ. replied 4 years ago.
You were asking whether the court can act on its own volition to hear a case. The answer is no. To make a decision to rule on a law in place, someone must first file a complaint with the court.