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Law

For the purposes of this paper, I would like to center my research question around the topic of criminal justice courts and their relationship to young offenders. As such, the following research question will guide my studies: Which criminal court helps decrease the recidivism rate of juveniles and why? In...

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Introduction The purpose of this paper is to define the extent to which key events in the historical development of areas of knowledge be judged by the standards of their time. The paper begins by arguing that historical developments and events should always be judged by the standards of that...

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Issue of the CaseThe defendant, a licensed physician, operated on the plaintiff on October 1, 1978. On 16 August 1982, the plaintiff realized that the operation the physician performed on her was unnecessary because there were alternative drugs that could have treated her condition. The defendant denied the charges, insisting...

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Of the three branches of government – executive, legislative and judicial – the legislative branch is the most powerful. Each branch has a delineated scope of authority with unique responsibilities in the government. The legislature makes the laws, the executive branch implements the laws and the judiciary interprets the laws....

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In advocacy, it is always important to understand your audience and to know which angle they are coming from. There are a number of ways that identification of the target audience can help with meeting the advocacy objective. Firstly, getting to know the target audience means that you can learn...

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The purpose of a grand jury is to decides whether a defendant should be charged or indicted regarding criminal matters. The grand jury system is not uniform throughout the nation each state has its own set of rules regarding the process. Furthermore, counties within a state can vary somewhat concerning...

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As children are born into society, there appears to be no way of knowing what the life of that child will entail as they grow into an age of independency and making decisions for themselves. It would seem that, given similar circumstances, all children would grow to have similar structures...

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The traditional view on international law considers nation-states as primary subjects of international law. Indeed, public international law is a complex body of treaties, international custom, and legal principles that cover relations between states in various areas and contexts. Relatively recently, the scope of international law has departed from the...

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