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CJ511: Employment and Policy Law 1. Explain how job design in criminal justice agencies needs to take into account the provisions of the Americans with Disabilities Act in making reasonable accommodations for its disabled employees. Criminal justice agencies have to take into consideration the Americans with Disabilities Act, and the several amendments that have been added to the original act. The Americans with disabilities act, provides law which requires fair and accessible...

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facts of the case and your opinion of their potential liability. Write a memo to him that states your view of whether the company is exposed to liability on all issues you feel are in play. Include in your memo any laws that apply and any precedent cases either for or against Teddy's case that impact liability. Include your opinion of the "worst case" of damages the company may have to pay to Virginia. To: Ted More CEO From: Priority: High Date: October 12, 2014 Re: Virginia Pollard Case Mr. Moore...

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Case Law and the Doctrine of Precedent

the English law? The hierarchy of the courts The English system is made up of a hierarchy of courts. Hierarchal means that the courts which are high in the system hear appeals from the ones below them. The decisions made in the higher courts are of great importance. The bottom courts are known as foot soldiers and are at the bottom of the system. Some courts in this rank are the Magistrates court, the Youth court, the Coroners court and the County court. These courts hear cases daily and are...

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The Fourth Amendment: New Jersey vs. T.L.O.

unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no Warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by Oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized." No where in this law does it create special divisions or classifications between adults and minors in society, so one should naturally assume that persons under 18 should be afforded the same protections as anyone over 18. The moment when minors are most at the mercy of...

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capital allowances

nineteenth century case about a horse, which the courts still routinely refer to with approval. This defines ‘plant’, in essence, as ‘apparatus’ used by a business (Yarmouth v France (1887) LR 19 QBD 647). Since there is no statutory definition of plant guidance about the meaning of plant has to be found in case law. The cases about the meaning of plant go back a long way. The first case in which the meaning of plant was considered was Yarmouth v France (1887) 19QBD647. It was not a tax case but was a...

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Analysis of of section 135 of the New Zealand Companies Act 1993

element of illegitimate risk taking. This has been discussed comprehensively in the case of Jordan and Vance v O’Sullivan and Ors,2 where Clifford J added his support to William Young J’s approach in applying s 135 so as to create distinction between legitimate and illegitimate risk taking activity and not following the alternative view of those who felt compelled to construe s 135 in a literal manner.3 In this case, the plaintiffs were liquidators of Condrens Parking Limited (CPL), which was a company...

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The Age Discrimination in Employment Act

the Age Discrimination in Employment Act and awarded David Minshall back pay, front pay and liquidated damages in excess of half a million dollars. Larry Lorber, a partner in the Washington, D.C. law firm of Proskauer Rose LLP had this to say about the ADEA. How is ADEA case law changing? As the law develops under the ADEA, you're finding more mature issues which haven't been faced yet. These issues just haven't come up because even though the ADEA is 35 years old, it's a more limited statute:...

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The Serial Podcast As A Commentary On Surveillance And Ideology

broader analysis. The program is a weekly podcast which focuses on one particular narrative. In this case, a murder in 1999 in which a 17 year old Pakistani male, Adnan Syed, manually strangled his ex-girlfriend, Hae Min Lee in the city of Baltimore after school one day in January. Adnan was convicted for this crime and sentenced to life in prison. The podcast revolves around the ambiguities of this case that still remain 15 years after the fact and whether or not the correct verdict was reached. It...

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case law

 LIST OF CASES: 1. Davis v. Johnson,(1978) 2 WLR 182 2. Delhi Transport Corporation v. DTC Mazdoor Cong. and Others, AIR 1991 SC 101 3. All India Reporter Karmachari Singh v.All India Reporter Ltd., AIR 1988 SC 1325 4. Ram Manohar Lohia v.State of UP and others, AIR 1968,Alld. 100 5. Ahmed Khan v. Shah bano Begum, (1985) SCR (3) 844 6. His Holiness Kesavnand Bharti Sripadagalvaru v. State of Kerala, AIR 1973 SC 1461 7. Indira Sawhney v. Union of India, AIR 1993 SC 477 8. Vishakha and others...

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Law and Natalie Attired Case

TO: Alexis Schlamberg FROM: RE: Natalie Attired Case DATE: November 19, 2013 Statement of the Facts Natalie Attired, 23, was fired from her position as a waitress at Biddy’s Teahouse for having a visible tattoo. The owner, Biddy Baker fired Miss Attired because she would not remove the tattoo and feared that an employee having a tattoo that was visible would upset her more “mature” patrons, which would affect profits. No documentation could be provided that showed a loss of profits...

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