A few years ago, the federal government issued a rule mandating that schools teach the distinction between “jude law” and “acie” law, the two main branches of the American legal system.
And now, a new rule is coming into effect that will make that distinction easier to define for the first time in decades.
The Trump administration announced the rule change on March 31, and it has already become a hot topic among law enforcement officials across the country.
Some schools are using the new rule to teach students that students need to take the time to determine whether they are under oath or not.
But many students aren’t taking the time, and in some cases, aren’t learning the difference at all.
The new rule will not only make the distinction clearer, but will also make it easier for law enforcement to track down and prosecute those who are breaking the law.
It also comes on the heels of a number of other Trump administration policy initiatives that have made it easier to keep track of students who are suspected of violating laws.
The administration announced new rules that allow schools to allow students to complete their exams without having to answer questions.
They are also allowing schools to use a student’s name or badge number as a key element in an exam.
And they are creating a new program to help law enforcement track down suspected criminals who have been caught on video and have been charged with violating school rules.