• The Intellectual Property
    Professor August 1994-Present Associate Professor August 1991-1994 Assistant Professor August 1989-August 1991 Subjects Taught: Criminal Law; Criminal Procedure I: Police; Criminal Procedure II: Bail to Jail; Evidence; Advanced Evidence; Wrongful Convictions; Professional Responsibility; Advanced Professional...
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  • General Knowledge Questions
    consider and pass a bill on which two Houses disagree 17. A money bill passed by the Lok Sabha has to be passed by Rajya Sabha within(a) 14 days (b) 21 days (c) 1 month (d) 3 months 18.Parliament of India is composed of(a) Lok Sabha only (b) Rajya Sabha only (c) Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha (d) Lok Sabha...
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  • Law Enforcement in the 21st Century
    Enforcement in the 21 Century, Second Edition, by Heath B. Grant and Karen J. Terry. Published by Allyn & Bacon. Copyright © 2008 by Pearson Education, Inc. st Chapter Out line INTRODUCTION The Themes of the Book The Police Function: Social Control and the Use of Force Policing Within the Rule of Law: The...
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  • working computers
    types of files. Types of Files The private investigator will work on a number of different types of files. For example: Domestic Insurance Criminal 1 Civil Tort Due diligence Harassment Domestic Files Domestic files are those files which involve the gathering of information about persons...
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  • Law Essay
    connection with criminal proceedings in England and Wales, to make it an offence to agree to indemnify sureties in criminal proceedings, to make provision for legal aid limited to questions of bail in certain cases and for legal aid for persons kept in custody for inquiries or reports, to extend the powers...
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  • Discretion
    Summer 2013 Professor Lederer   The Role of Discretion in Criminal Justice I. Introduction Discretion is generally defined as “the freedom to decide what should be done in a particular situation.” 1 The criminal justice system includes two areas in which the use of discretion greatly...
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  • Media and Human Rights
    Data: The following secondary sources of data have been used in the project- 1. Articles 2. Books 3. Websites Method of Writing: The method of writing followed in the course of this research paper is primarily analytical. Mode of Citation: The researcher has followed a uniform mode of...
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  • Llb Summer Reprt on Finance Dabur
    Extent of Publication of any matter to constitute criminal contempt Shashank Kumar A3221609025 B.Com. LL.B (H) 9th Semester Amity law school AUUP CERTIFICATE That this is to certify that...
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  • Prison Reforms in Pakistan
    REFORMING PAKISTAN’S PRISON SYSTEM Asia Report N°212 – 12 October 2011 TABLE OF CONTENTS EXECUTIVE SUMMARY AND RECOMMENDATIONS ....................................................... i I.  INTRODUCTION .............................................................................................
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  • Vgfnhjkl
    14th Amendment as they relate to Police. 11. Explain the affect the 14th amendment has on citizenship. Unit 3-2 Criminal Law 1 1. Explain difference between criminal and tort law 2. Define the term “Law” 3. Define the term “Statute” 4. Define the term “Crime” 5. Differentiate...
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  • Privacy and the Media: A Critical Analysis
    and fearless journalism and taken suo motu cognizance of the matters in various cases after relying on their reports and news highlighting grave violations of human rights. The criminal justice system in this country has many lacunae which are used by the rich and powerful to go scot-free. Figures speak...
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  • Mediation in Bangladesh
    consisted of a board of five or more members to dispense justice to villagers. It was concerned with all matter relating to endowment, irrigation, cultivatable land, punishment of crime, etc. Village councils dealt with simple civil and criminal cases. The head of the villagers acted both as leader of...
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  • Online Dispute Resolution in India
    and Objective The aim of the project is to study and analyse the prevalence of ADR in India and the legislative effects to achieve speedy justice. (2) Scope and Limitation The scope of the project extends to studying the success of the alternative dispute resolution in India and how...
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  • Essay
    ConSuLTATIon PAPeR Hearsay in Civil and Criminal Cases (LRC CP 60 – 2010) CONSULTATION PAPER HEARSAY IN CIVIL AND CRIMINAL CASES (LRC CP 60 - 2010) © COPYRIGHT Law Reform Commission FIRST PUBLISHED March 2010 ISSN 1393-3140 THE LAW REFORM COMMISSION‘S ROLE The Law Reform Commission...
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  • Get Out of Jail Free Card
    5: Persuasive Paper Part 3: Possible Disadvantages, Answers, with Visuals Celebrity DUI , The Law And The Get Out of Jail Free Card Research & Writing 12/8/2013 Paris Hilton, Lindsay Lohan, Amanda...
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  • Judicial
    relating to proceedings before the Master’s Court, divorce proceedings, service by registered post in civil proceedings, the composition and powers of the Rules Committee and the issuing of warrants of arrest against witnesses who fail to attend Court. ……………………. 2010 _______________ THE JUDICIAL AND LEGAL...
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  • Introduction to Legal Proces,
    is not a monarch but an elected person) etc. The ultimate aim of the state is the administration of justice. 2. Government The agent or instrument of the state for the administration of justice. State is a larger body consisting of the entire population but government is smaller body consisting...
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  • speedy recovery of cases
    EXPEDITING THE DISPOSAL OF CASES CHAPTER I INTRODUCTION Justice delayed is justice denied but with the lapse of time attitude of people has been changed and now any delay in the disposition of justice is regarded as injustice to persons seeking justice before the court of law. For a country the size of ours...
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  • Californa Professional Responsibility
    ▪ duty of loyalty ▪ duty of due care ▪ duty of confidentiality 2. officer of the court ▪ duties to the administration of justice ▪ applies to regulatory institutions as well 3. individual with moral/political/economic interests - General Duties: ▪ R 1.1 Competence:...
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  • Pil Digests from Other Sources
    Secretary of Justice vs. Lantion, 322 SCRA 160 January 28, 2008 Facts: Secretary Of Justice Franklin Drilon, representing the Government of the Republic of the Philippines, signed in Manila the “extradition Treaty Between the Government of the Philippines and the Government of the U.S.A. The Philippine...
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