• Sarbanes Oxley
    Hiding in Plain View: Have Laws and Legislation Fostered Corporate Corruption? By Tara D. Burge August 6, 2010 Hiding in Plain View: Have Laws and Legislation Fostered Corporate Corruption? Corporate corruption has existed throughout history. As a result, the United States judicial system has...
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  • racial profiling
    smothering you with questions concerning what you’re doing, where you’re going; yet never really telling you why you’ve been pulled over. Without any warranted reason the officer wants to search your car. After much hassle you are finally free to go, yet still have no explanation as to why you were pulled...
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  • Salem Witch Trials and the Bill of Rights
    they hurry home. It's getting late and it looks like it might snow. They whisper back and forth about what they have recently learned. The local fortuneteller had just informed them of the trade in which their future husbands would be employed. But they must hurry back before someone notices their absence...
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  • Cyber Crime
    that have been applied to the study of cybercrime and cybercrime victimization. Legislation which defines cybercrimes, establishes jurisdiction, and provides the legal base for prosecuting such crimes has been developed at both the federal and state level. Many federal law enforcement agencies have departments...
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  • Criminal Psychology
    criminal psychology a beginner’s guide From anarchism to artificial intelligence and genetics to global terrorism, Beginner’s Guides equip readers with the tools to fully understand the most challenging and important debates of our age. Written by experts in a clear and accessible style, books in...
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  • Recovering and Examining
    place in which to live and work. A technological revolution in communications and information exchange has taken place within business, industry, and our homes. America is substantially more invested in information processing and management than manufacturing goods, and this has affected our professional...
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  • Writing Argument
    SHS/CCT/2006/PI/H/2 Human Trafficking No 14.2 (E) in Nigeria: POLICY PAPER Human Trafficking in Nigeria: Root Causes and Recommendations Policy PaPer Poverty SerieS n° 14.2 (e) Paris 2006 ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS This policy paper is based on a UNESCO research study on “Human Trafficking, especially...
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  • Criminal Procedures
     Criminal Procedure Policy Paper University of Phoenix CJA/364 Criminal Procedure 25 March 2014 The first ten amendments of the United States Construction are known as the Bill of Rights. The United States Bill of Rights was formally created on September 25...
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  • Court System Paper
    Phoenix Our court system has come a long way in recent years from colonial times due to the green diplomacy of our nation. The first court was actually developed back in 1789 with a very small hierarchy of courts compared to what we have today. Before the system came in place to what we have today often...
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  • Drug Trafficking in the Us
    Trafficking In the U.S Drug trafficking in the U.S has devastated our youth. Over the years there has been a dramatic increase in the amount of drugs that have entered into the United States and as a result of this increase our teens and our communities are paying the price. The average drug dealers and...
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  • Ethics
    information Creative accounting, earnings management, misleading financial analysis. Insider trading, securities fraud, bucket shop, forex scams: concerns (criminal) manipulation of the financial markets. Executive compensation: concerns excessive payments made to corporate CEO's. Bribery, kickbacks, facilitation...
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  • South Africa Bill of Rights
    International Society for the Reform of Criminal Law held in Sandton, South Africa, from 3 to 7 December 2000) THE SOUTH AFRICAN BILL OF RIGHTS AND COLLECTION OF EVIDENCE IN CRIMINAL MATTERS INTRODUCTION I am certain that quite a number of speakers who came before me have observed that the theme of this...
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  • Dowry
    OVERWHELMING MAJORITY OF STATES IN GENERAL ASSEMBLY SAY ‘YES’ TO ARMS TRADE TREATY TO STAVE OFF IRRESPONSIBLE TRANSFERS THAT PERPETUATE CONFLICT, HUMAN SUFFERING Adopted by Vote of 154 in Favour to 3 Against, ‘Robust and Actionable’ Text Requires Arms Exporters to Assess Possible Misuse To...
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  • Constitutional law
    CONSTITUTIONAL LAW 1 – CASES AND MATERIALS TABLE OF CONTENTS UNIT 1 – THE CONCEPT OF STATE (ARTICLE 12) ................................................................................... 5 RAJASTHAN STATE ELECTRICITY BOARD V. MOHAN LAL .............................................................
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  • Stopping Political Interference
    Citizens who step forward to serve as city council or commission members, mayors and selectmen must truly be dedicated. Certainly some local politicians have self-serving hidden agendas or are driven by their egos. Yet many elected officials are unselfishly willing to dedicate an enormous amount of their...
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  • Crime Psy
    i criminal psychology a beginner’s guide prelims.081 24/08/2006 11:43 AM Page ii From anarchism to artificial intelligence and genetics to global terrorism, Beginner’s Guides equip readers with the tools to fully understand the most challenging and important debates of our age. Written...
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  • Master
    topic and why they must be researched upon. (Not less than 2000 words). ANSWER INTRODUCTION The field of all human endeavors is a dynamic one which keeps evolving as a result of new ideas and knowledge to solve existing problems, add onto existing knowledge or challenge the status quo. This evolution...
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  • Castro and Tcos
    HAVANA MEETS GUIDO: TRANSNATIONAL CRIMINAL ORGANIZATIONS IN POST-CASTRO CUBA GREGORY M. SCHECHTMAN Contents Page PREFACE III ABSTRACT IV CUBA IN CONTEXT 1 U.S. - Cuban Interplay 1 Cuban National Power Structure 2 Fidel Castro 2 Fidelistas: Hardliners, Reformers and the Moderates 4 The...
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  • Role of Police
    therefore, happen to be the most visible representatives of the government. In an hour of need, danger, crisis and difficulty, when a citizen does not know, what to do and whom to approach, the police station and a policeman happen to be the most appropriate and approachable unit and person for him. The police...
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  • Discrimination Based on Religion, Caste , Sex, Language
    leaders of the future Janata Party government. Shortly after the Janata government came to power in 1977, Parliament passed the Forty-fourth Amendment, which revised the domestic circumstances cited in Article 352 as justifying an emergency from "internal disturbance" to "armed rebellion." During Janata rule...
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