A member of the General Assembly was accused of stealing money from government educational funds. After being convicted at a trial, the assembly member was sentenced to five years in prison.
How does this scenario demonstrate the rule of law?
It shows that even lawmakers sometimes break the law.
It shows that no one is above the law, not even lawmakers.
It shows that the judicial branch has the power to convict criminals.
It shows that members of the legislative branch cannot convict one of their own.
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