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State courts throughout the United States are taking advantage of technology and speeding up their case loads with it. This paper will discuss the Electronic Records Management System and Videoconferencing used in courts. One method in which states are reducing their case loads is by Electronic Records Management System. Oklahoma...

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Even though musicians tend to produce their music with the intention of showing off their prowess in producing the music, they also produce and sing with the intention of making some money. However, this has been a difficult scenario especially with the fact that many people do not buy such...

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The Notice of Proposed Adjustments is issued to an entity which is legally deemed to have grossly violated the rules specified in the NPA. The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) issues the NPA. A response is required within the permitted time in order to expedite further sanctions. The company is not...

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It is no secret that working with children with disabilities, especially those who are autistic, pose a special set of problems and circumstances for any child care provider. To this end, there are several necessary rules and regulations that an individual working in the UK must be aware of in...

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Introduction In modern societies, it is common to find adolescents engaging in criminal activities which expose them to precarious conditions in criminal justice systems. In an article published on the NBS News website titled Criminal justice system's 'dark secret': Teenagers in solitary confinement, Chuck, Cohen & Koch (2013), provide valuable...

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An Examination of Justice Lamont and Favor (2013) refer to distributive justice as the frameworks by which economic distributions occur in people’s lives, and provides moral guidance about the appropriation of certain benefits across members of society. According to the researcher, some benefits are distributed according to certain social cues,...

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1. The United States Criminal Justice System presumes that cases that have had a firearm involved have to have an expert, who will be able to testify and shed light on the nature of the firearm itself and the peculiarities about it and the case that are relevant to the...

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Question 1 The most common chemical method used to visualize latent prints on porous materials is ninhydrin application (Yamashita & French, 2011 p. 15). In porous surfaces, for example, wood and paper, amino acids are the reagent targets for fingerprint visualization (Yamashita & French, 2011 p. 15). In 1910, Siegfried...

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On June 5, 2003, the millionaire mogul of home furnishings, Martha Stewart, was indicted by a federal grand jury on criminal charges of securities fraud, making false statements, and obstruction of justice (Gilpin, 2003). The charges stemmed from the way that Stewart had handled a trade of her IMClone Systems...

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TO: District Court of Cleveland County, State of Oklahoma FROM: RE: Paralegal’s role in large and small law firms DATE: Question Presented What is the role of the paralegal in a large law firm compared to a small law firm? Short Answer Largest difference between the large and small firm...

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The Castle Doctrine, also referred to as ‘castle laws’, refers to legislation that protects individuals from prosecution for using whatever level of force that they feel is appropriate toward an intruder in their home or other property over which they have exclusive control. These statutes, passed on the state level,...

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Introduction Throughout the course of this assignment, the issues affecting the outcome of this case will be analyzed. The type of legal claim that is being brought forward will be identified and the way in which the law will be applied will be evaluated. The end result will be established...

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A Model of Avoiding the Courts and Supporting Dispute Resolution to prove Good Faith and Fair Dealing   One could infer a similar argument in a construction contract, because if it is not “fit for purpose” of meets the deadline the final impact is the end-user (who may have no...

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American workplaces have undergone substantial change within the past few decades, and much of this change can be attributed to the effects of various legal, safety, and regulatory requirements on the human resource process. Human resource personnel must take into account substantial legislation in all aspects of the employment process,...

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Question 1 When using the electrochemical enhancement of latent finger print technique, there are certain factors that have to be kept into consideration (Science Daily, 2013). These factors include; 1. The underlying surface has be electromagnetic. In most of the cases, it has to be a metal surface. 2. The...

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Issues: In the case of Bob Jones (Jones) the issues that have to be considered is whether there has been a breach of the Fourth Amendment with respect to the stop, search and seizure of cannabis. Brief Answer: The stop is legal, because it is the use of a routine...

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i. When Simon writes, “Lawmakers have defined the crime victim as an idealized political subject, the model subject, whose circumstances and experiences have come to stand for the general good” (Simon, p. 110), he is discussing a sociological change by which the American government and society at large has come...

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Real property is classified as land and anything growing on, attached to, or erected on it. The definition of personal property is any movable or intangible thing subject to ownership and not classified as real property. Bailment is delivery of personal property by one person (bailor) to another (bailee) who...

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Counselors practice under supervision as part of their professional licensing process and as part of their job. They receive clinical supervision to provide assistance and oversight of their direct work with clients and administrative supervision to oversee their compliance with employment practices and the guidelines of the employer. There are...

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The selective enforcement of laws is highly based on multiple factors. For example, a violent criminal may be more likely than a non-violent criminal to have laws enforced in his case. This is primarily due to the overall perceived threat the violent criminal is to society. From this standpoint, it...

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I do feel a judge’s personal viewpoints, cultural background, political ties, and religious beliefs could all have an impact on their decisions on the bench in regards to capital punishment. Take Texas for instance, it has executed more people than any other state since the 1970’s and many legal scholars...

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1) American criminal law comes from a number of sources, including the common law, state-written statutes, and federal statutes. Common law was initially derived in England, and it has been passed down and memorialized through judicial interpretation in the United States. This is “judge-made law.” State statutes are generally written...

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Roman law was the legal system of Ancient Rome, which operated in the Roman state. Islamic law is a collection of rules and regulations derived from the divine discovery that a believing Muslim must be guided for adequately fulfilling his religious duty. This paper aims to discuss the similarities and...

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We cannot overstate the influence of our life experiences on our dreams and goals. I am fortunate to have born and grown up in economically prosperous family in Cameron and had access to the best of learning resources. But at the same time, I have also always been an acute...

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Legalizing physician-assisted suicide is one of the most controversial issues of modern times. There are arguments that people with certain illnesses experience a great deal of suffering which could be alleviated with physician-assisted suicide. Whilst this may be the case, there is evidence which supports the view against legalizing the...

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