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Capital Punishment

In Death penalty has no place in U.S., Cynthia Tucker has concluded that she is against the death penalty. The issues that s...

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grymes Published on 08/27/2006 2047 Reads Law

Assimilation Copyright

Civilization, the thing that makes humans different from the other animals on this planet, is the ability to pass knowledge down f...

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geo. Published on 07/22/2006 2095 Reads Law

The Man Who Brok 1000 Chains- Morality vs. Legality

When looking at as issue as right or wrong, it is imperative that the issue be categorized into either a matter of legality or mor...

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somethingsotrue Published on 02/06/2006 1173 Reads Law

Case of the Shipwrecked Sailors- Prosecution

In the “case of the shipwrecked sailors”, three men were marooned after the sinking of an oil tanker. Subject to extreme condition...

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somethingsotrue Published on 02/06/2006 2570 Reads Law

Judicial Merrit retention in the state of Florida

Merit Retention Merit Retention is a system of appointing State Supreme Court Justices that was established in Florida in the 1...

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Nategrey Published on 08/05/2005 1111 Reads Law

comparative essay

A Comparative Essay After reading Americas Constitutional Soul, by Harvey C. Mansfield, Jr., and The True and Only Heav...

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thabiso4 Published on 04/05/2005 1442 Reads Law

Compare and contrast two main theories of ‘crime and deviance’.

‘‘a diabetic at work without a recent insulin injection approaching the lunch break may become tense, erratic, short tempered, but...

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jak832000 Published on 07/02/2004 6064 Reads Law

FCC vs Pacifica Broadcasting Foundation

In 1978 a radio station owned by Pacifica Foundation Broadcasting out of New York City was doing a program on contemporary attitud...

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crstepts Published on 12/09/2002 1615 Reads Law

parliamentary sovereignty

When we talk about 'Parliament' and 'parliamentary sovereignty' what exactly do we mean? Firstly we must take the word 'Parliament...

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william jones Published on 12/07/2002 1591 Reads Law

Significance of Judicial Precedence

Describe the Operation of the System of Judicial Precedent and assess its Present significance in the Law of England. There are...

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william jones Published on 12/07/2002 1878 Reads Law

Does the law relating to Obscenity and Blasphemy constitute too great a restriction on freedom of ex

The right to freedom of expression is a fundamental right, which has not traditionally been prescribed by law, but can be consider...

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Haf Published on 11/26/2002 1092 Reads Law

European Union - When and to what extent are directives ‘directly effective’?

The European Community has had a decidedly significant impact upon the legal systems of the Member States. It was established in 1...

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Haf Published on 11/26/2002 1304 Reads Law

What are the strengths and weaknesses of the present defence of Insanity?

It has been well-established feature of the English legal system that rules of criminal law are addressed to rational and responsi...

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Haf Published on 11/26/2002 1569 Reads Law

The Notion of Crimes against Humanity as a Human Right

"Inter arma silent leges" -Roman maxim War and law have had a constant relationship between each other ever since the existen...

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bayushibors Published on 11/15/2002 1212 Reads Law

Just Outcomes in Australian Courts - Azaria Chamberlain and Walsh Street Cases

The legal system aims to achieve just outcomes, however the perception of justice varies between individuals, the legal system and...

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Ethan Published on 11/09/2002 1421 Reads Law

Australian Gun Reform Laws

The Firearms Act 1996 (Vic.) was passed by the Victorian Parliament on October 31st 1996 in accordance with the National Agreement...

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Ethan Published on 11/09/2002 1450 Reads Law

Boy Scouts v. Dale

James dale first joined cub scouts in 1978 at age 8, following in his families scouting tradition. He then became a boy scout in J...

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Sean.58 Published on 05/19/2002 1468 Reads Law

Granger v. Gough [invitation to treat v. offer]

"The transmission of such a price-list does not amount to an offer to supply an unlimited quantity of the wine described at the pr...

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jmurdoch Published on 05/05/2002 2917 Reads Law

Does trail by jury need reform?

Question: How far do you agree with the proposal that trial by jury should be radically reformed? (note this is an English law ess...

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jmurdoch Published on 05/05/2002 1424 Reads Law

The Criminal Law of People's Republic of China - What are the guiding principles and characteristics

Criminal Law is enacted in accordance with the principle of combining punishment with leniency. The Law governs Tasks, Basic Princ...

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siuking Published on 04/29/2002 1591 Reads Law

Andrea Yates

Charged with five horrific murders, Andrea Yates faced the death penalty. Believed Satan controlled her, Mrs. Yates was convinced ...

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197724 Published on 04/26/2002 1763 Reads Law

Main Functions of the Law

“Ideally, a legal system should reflect the needs and aspirations of its society at any given time.” What do you consider to be...

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hotlikechocolate Published on 04/02/2002 1732 Reads Law

Prior Restraint Can Be Accepted

Some people believe that there are no circumstances under which prior restraint of the press, either print or broadcast, should be...

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kyra666 Published on 03/15/2002 1517 Reads Law

Recklessness and Criminal Liability

Explain the role of recklessness in determining criminal liability. In everyday language, recklessness means taking an unjust ris...

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potter Published on 11/14/2001 1870 Reads Law

Administrative Law - Europeanisation and Proportionality

What is ‘Europeanisation’? With regards to the principle of proportionality is this europeanisation a valid idea? What is ‘Euro...

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lockydon Published on 11/11/2001 1505 Reads Law

Living Wills

Living Wills, sometimes called Advanced Directives, are legal documents accepted in all 50 states. They clearly define a person’s ...

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mom Published on 07/09/2001 1459 Reads Law

Constitutions Abroad

The Constitution of the United States of America is unique in many ways. It is also has various similar qualities from the constit...

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PeachiKiwi Published on 04/21/2001 1105 Reads Law

The Australian Constitution and the Use of Convention

The Constitution of Australia is a written document, which came into effect when the six colonies federated to form the Commonweal...

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suemitchelltess Published on 03/16/2001 1066 Reads Law

How a Bill becomes a Law

The road a bill takes to becoming a law is a long and tedious process. First, the proposed bill goes through the House of represen...

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Admin Published on 03/02/2001 1614 Reads Law

The Four Fundamental Freedoms of the Charter of Rights and Freedoms of Canada

Ignorance, pride, hatred and a disregard for the wellbeing of others in society. These are the seeds allowing the roots of activit...

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l_sekhon Published on 02/07/2001 1420 Reads Law