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  • Understanding the Techniques for Dealing with Disasters
    Description: I have learned a lot of insights from doing the following course this semester. I did well in understanding the techniques for dealing with disasters. These are the most important lessons to deal with the different types of disasters. However, I could have improved my understanding of crisis preparedness...
    1 page/≈275 words| 2 Sources | APA | Law | Coursework |
  • Rights of Criminal Defendants
    Description: There would be no need for Procedural Protections if there was no Government acting in bad faith against citizens. If the Due Process of Law exists to avoid the government from abusing the governed, this means the government's nature is implicitly coercive. (Roach 6). The state must give you competent...
    1 page/≈275 words| 2 Sources | APA | Law | Other (Not Listed) |
  • David Fincher’s Movie: Zodiac
    Description: David Fincher’s movie Zodiac emerges as a quiet and dialogue-driven movie, based on the Zodiac murders that were largely unresolved in San Francisco in the 1960s. It fits well within the criminal justice genre, although the film appears to deviate from the normal trajectory of serial killers. Whereas...
    1 page/≈550 words| No Sources | APA | Law | Movie Review |
  • The Major Roadblock to Fairness and Equity
    Description: The major roadblock to Fairness and equity within our criminal justice system is the lack of accountability, transparency, and diversity. There is a lack of responsibility because there is no mechanism to hold individuals, agencies, or institutions accountable for their actions. There is a lack of ...
    2 pages/≈550 words| 3 Sources | APA | Law | Essay |
  • The Stamp Act Resolutions and Declaratory Act
    Description: The three documents, namely the Stamp Act Resolutions, The Declaratory Act of 1766, and The Virginia Resolves of 1765, are closely linked because they share a similar subject that influenced their creation and passage. The British's growing debts that resulted from the French and Indian wars contributed...
    3 pages/≈825 words| 2 Sources | APA | Law | Essay |
  • Sentencing and Post-Trial Motions
    Description: Over the last 100 years, there have been a number of changes to sentencing and post-trial motions. One of the most notable changes is the introduction of mandatory minimum sentences (Mascharka, 2000). These are sentences that must be served in full, regardless of the circumstances of the crime...
    6 pages/≈1650 words| 6 Sources | APA | Law | Essay |
  • The Case of Licciardello v The Queen
    Description: On June 28th, 2008, Alfio Licciardello (appellant) was seen by the two police officers driving his motor vehicle on North Bourne Avenue in Canberra without observing the traffic signals. The two officers stopped him and requested him to provide his driving license. He informed them that he did not have a...
    5 pages/≈1375 words| 2 Sources | Chicago | Law | Case Study |
  • Search and Seizure Laws in the Cyberworld
    Description: The emergence of the cyberworld has brought cybercrime, a new variety of criminal behavior of using a computer to commit crimes. Evidence-collection by law enforcers performing cybercrime investigations can implicate any of several legal standards, including the 4th Amendment, which prohibits unreasonable...
    2 pages/≈550 words| 3 Sources | APA | Law | Essay |
  • Solving a Significant Problem
    Description: The problem presented in this paper is the issue of cybercrime. The problem is of international scope and has been widely extended to different sectors in the world, which makes it an important issue of discussion as it affects almost everyone. Cybercrime is the use of a computer and internet network...
    4 pages/≈1100 words| 4 Sources | APA | Law | Essay |
  • The Business Structures of Best Organizational Form
    Description: The chosen organization for this paper is the limited liability company. This is the type of business structure that works to protect its owners from personal responsibilities for its debts and liabilities. In addition, this business structure lets one enjoy the benefits of both a partnership business...
    3 pages/≈825 words| 2 Sources | APA | Law | Essay |
  • Laws of Wars are Critical in Creating Rationality
    Description: Laws of wars are critical in creating rationality among participants in a battle or conflict because they enforce rationality to inhibit adverse casualties during the war. Even though rogue countries can sometimes violate these laws, they serve a greater purpose in limiting mortalities from hostilities or...
    1 page/≈275 words| 1 Source | MLA | Law | Essay |
  • Intricate Process Involving Indefinite Power Relationship
    Description: We Have Always Lived in the Castle is a mystery novel that was written in 1962 by an American author known as Shirley Jackson. In the book, the main character describes how she and her sister ended up living with their crippled uncle after their family was poisoned and died. Merricat's feelings and ideas ...
    6 pages/≈1650 words| 8 Sources | APA | Law | Essay |
  • The Judicial Branch's Responsibility
    Description: The judicial branch's responsibility is to provide interpretations of the laws. In contrast, the legislative and executive branches are responsible for enacting new laws and ensuring they are followed. To argue that judges decide cases based on their policy preferences rather than a faithful interpretation ...
    4 pages/≈1100 words| 2 Sources | MLA | Law | Essay |
  • The International Olympics Committee Role In Promoting Human Rights
    Description: The International Olympics Committee, the international body that organizes and oversees the Olympics games, has no laws regarding national government’s violation of human rights. Instead, the organization maintains a neutral position even when human rights abuse is obvious. This issue came up in the run up...
    1 page/≈275 words| 2 Sources | APA | Law | Essay |
  • Act Of 1964
    Description: The Civil Rights Act of 1964. The existing processes and systematic laws cannot be used to identify the directions of racial discrimination. This is because the oversight of the laws is placed on the local leaders who have the capability and mandate of organizing the local groups to act against such laws...
    2 pages/≈550 words| 1 Source | APA | Law | Essay |
  • Ethical Dilemmas in the Media Industry
    Description: Working in the media industry stimulates numerous encounters with ethical issues. The media industry is often ruled by a code of conduct, which outlines ethical issues to consider. However, irrespective of these guidelines, media personalities continually encounter situations that affect the line of duty...
    4 pages/≈1100 words| 5 Sources | APA | Law | Case Study |
  • Mass Shootings and Gun Violence
    Description: This research will examine how gun policies and laws influence mass shootings and violence. In this case, the hypothesis was: There is a positive relationship between gun laws or policies and mass shootings and gun violence. A causal relationship exists between policies the government sets (local, state, or...
    5 pages/≈1375 words| 3 Sources | APA | Law | Research Proposal |
  • How To Deal With Potential Disputes
    Description: Expansion of company operations benefits the management; however, it further exposes the institutions to potential disputes. On that note, a change of the market structure by Mighty Armour Limited Company means more potential conflicts that are different and complex than challenges experienced in the United...
    1 page/≈275 words| 12 Sources | Other | Law | Essay |
  • Scope of the Fourth Amendment
    Description: The fourth amendment applies to anyone as long as they are under the protection of the constitution. The things the individuals get protected from include unreasonable seizures and searches from any government member. Despite this, the fourth amendment does not guarantee protection to all seizures and...
    2 pages/≈550 words| 1 Source | MLA | Law | Research Paper |
  • Human Rights and Migration: The Case of the Syrian Arab Republic
    Description: According to the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), a refugee is someone who has been compelled to escape their country due to persecution, conflict, or violence. Asylum seekers are people seeking protection from outside their home countries under international law. To explore...
    9 pages/≈2475 words| 16 Sources | Harvard | Law | Essay |
  • Types of Arbitral Awards
    Description: An arbitral award is a decision made by an arbitrator in an arbitration proceeding. An arbitrator is a person chosen by the parties to a dispute to hear and decide their case. Arbitration proceedings are either one-way or two-way proceedings. One-way proceedings can be private or public. Two-way ...
    15 pages/≈4125 words| 28 Sources | Other | Law | Term Paper |
  • Probable Cause and Reasonable Suspicion
    Description: The law requires that "Probable Cause" exists before a judge approves a request for a search warrant; however, people may be stopped and frisked based on a "Reasonable Suspicion." Please explain in detail why you agree or disagree that these are appropriate standards. I agree that "Probable Cause" and...
    1 page/≈275 words| 4 Sources | MLA | Law | Essay |
  • Arbitration and Litigation and the Intellectual Property Law
    Description: A binding arbitration clause is a clause in a contract that states all disputes must be resolved by arbitration. Should businesses be allowed to contain binding arbitration clauses in their consumer contracts? Why, or why not? For the business, they have to be allowed to contain the binding arbitration...
    6 pages/≈1650 words| 2 Sources | Other | Law | Other (Not Listed) |
  • Caseworks on Negligence, Consumer Protection, Contract, and Equality
    Description: In this case, the collector’s claim that there was an enforceable contract between him and the offeror is void. An offer becomes a valid contract when both parties have agreed and signed on to the agreement. In this case, the Antique dealer had already sent the Collector a signed offer agreeing to sell the...
    11 pages/≈3025 words| No Sources | APA | Law | Coursework |
  • Legal Analysis on Jim Winn's Theft Case
    Description: The 2017 Georgia Code § 16-8-14 of Theft by shoplifting states that “A person commits the offense of theft by shoplifting when such person alone or in concert with another person, with the intent of appropriating merchandise to his or her own use without paying for the same or to deprive the owner of...
    5 pages/≈1375 words| 3 Sources | APA | Law | Case Study |
  • Business Law: Guildford Consumer Business and Advice Services
    Description: Cases of food poisoning are common in the United Kingdom (Association, 2019). Food poisoning is caused mainly by viruses or bacteria such as E. Coli and Hepatitis. First, it’s important to mention that according to Consumer Protection Act 1987 Sections 2, Winona and Katja (being consumers) have the right to...
    6 pages/≈1650 words| 6 Sources | Harvard | Law | Coursework |
  • Understanding Inmates' Rights
    Description: To understand the inmate's limitations and rights while incarcerated, we have to acknowledge that the operation and formation of prisons and the rights of inmates are governed by state legislation and federal laws. Despite the fact inmates do not have full constitutional rights, they are protected by the...
    3 pages/≈825 words| 1 Source | APA | Law | Essay |
  • Extra-Territorial Jurisdiction of the UK
    Description: The jurisdiction of English criminal courts can be categorised into two types; territorial and extra-territorial criminal jurisdiction. The territorial jurisdiction means that those crimes or offenses which has been committed in the territory of UK or within the boundaries of UK, upon which the UK law is...
    11 pages/≈3025 words| 59 Sources | Other | Law | Essay |
  • Legal Problem Question: Damages for Death from a Car Hit
    Description: Under the Umbrella of US civil law, a death suit can be brought against an identifiable defendant and such suits are the counterpart to criminal charges. In US tort law, negligence is defined as such acts which in similar circumstances, a person having ordinary prudence would not have committed. To prove...
    2 pages/≈550 words| 5 Sources | MLA | Law | Essay |
  • Adherence of UK to International Human Rights Obligations to Eliminate Racial Discrimination
    Description: This report is based on the discrimination based on case or descent. The phenomena of caste based discrimination is considerably new and in the International law have recognised the caste based discrimination in the late 90s. However, the problem which has been discussed in this report have occurred due to...
    13 pages/≈3575 words| 24 Sources | Other | Law | Essay |
  • Controversies on the Affordable Care Act
    Description: “Constitutionalism, Human Rights, and Citizenship” in Islam and the Secular State by an-Na’im Na’im questions whether it is possible to predict distinctive dispositions held by Christian worshippers in the modern industrial society and defends his position on the issue. He provides an argument on discursive...
    4 pages/≈1100 words| 10 Sources | APA | Law | Annotated Bibliography |
  • Checks And Balances In The US Constitution
    Description: As a direct result of the way that “checks and balances” is set up by the Constitution, is any specific branch of the national government missing the necessary power to properly protect the rights of citizens? Choose one branch and explain why it is prevented specifically by “checks and balances” from...
    3 pages/≈825 words| 5 Sources | APA | Law | Essay |
  • Implied Powers
    Description: The United States Constitution divides the power of the national government among the Legislative (Congress), the Executive (the President and those appointed to help the President), and the judiciary (the federal courts) (May & Ides, 2004). According to May and Ides (2004), this is the principle of ...
    2 pages/≈550 words| 2 Sources | APA | Law | Essay |
  • Role of Family Lawyers in California
    Description: In California today, there has been a surge in domestic or family issues posing the need for family lawyers. This branch of law deals with domestic and family matters such as child abuse, adoption, marriage, property settlement, and child support. Family courts are the most crowded court dockets in numerous...
    1 page/≈550 words| No Sources | APA | Law | Essay |
  • Recovery Procedure under Banking Law
    Description: Banking law is a law that seeks to make our financial matters work in the best way possible. Significantly, following the 2019 Covid19 global crisis, we continue to experience issues associated with banking, especially considering that the banking sector has been left to address matters relating to the...
    5 pages/≈1375 words| 3 Sources | APA | Law | Research Paper |
  • Remixing Media From The Twentieth And Twenty-First Centuries
    Description: Brett Gaylor, a Web activist, and filmmaker addresses copyright challenges in the information age in RiP: Remixing media from the twentieth and twenty-first centuries is a philosophy for connecting consumers and creators. It's no secret that the film has an essential part for the mashup artist Girl Talk....
    2 pages/≈550 words| 2 Sources | APA | Law | Essay |
  • Analysis of the Ethical Problems of Abortion
    Description: The debate surrounding the issue ‘abortion’, is sometimes presented as involving a conflict between the moral interests of the unborn child and those of the mother. While some people adopt a duty- based approach, others adopt a rights based or utilitarian position that grants direct moral protection to both...
    15 pages/≈4125 words| 13 Sources | Other | Law | Research Paper |
  • Level of Compliance to Abortion Law in Nigeria
    Description: The rate of induced abortion worldwide can never be accurate because reliable data are only available in a few countries. Henshaw and others identified only 28 countries with complete data on abortion. In a comprehensive review of data on abortion by them, they further deduced that one out of every four...
    16 pages/≈4400 words| 13 Sources | Other | Law | Term Paper |
  • The Crime of Terrorism
    Description: The 20th century was when the US investigative and security agency registered the most infamous crimes. According to statistics, 50% of total crimes were murder crimes, 20% were drug trafficking and rape, and the rest were miscellaneous crimes (Croken, 2017). One of the most asked questions is why people...
    5 pages/≈1375 words| 5 Sources | APA | Law | Case Study |
  • Financial Roboadvisors: Legal Issues and Debates
    Description: Robo-advisors, defined as automated online services that utilize computer algorithms to give financial advice and manage consumers' investment portfolios, has revolutionized the financial advising sector in the last 10 years. The expansion of the Robo-advisor industry and the services that roboadvisors...
    20 pages/≈5500 words| 15 Sources | APA | Law | Case Study |
  • The Fourth Amendment: Unwarranted Search and Seizure
    Description: U.S. residents enjoy the protection against unwarranted searches and seizures carried out by the government by the Fourth Amendment. The Amendment aims to protect people's right to personal privacy (1). For example, inside an individual's house, they expect privacy; in contrast, items the person reveals to...
    3 pages/≈825 words| 3 Sources | Other | Law | Case Study |
  • Comparative Criminal Justice: China's Legal System
    Description: China's legal system does not adhere to the principle that a person is presumed innocent unless proved guilty, in contrast to that of the United States of America and other nations. The accused is presumed guilty unless their innocence can be shown. People accused of committing crimes are nearly always...
    4 pages/≈1100 words| 4 Sources | Other | Law | Essay |
  • Insurance and Employment Laws
    Description: Insurance was defined in Lucena V Crawford as ‘ … a contract by which the one party in consideration of a price paid to him adequate to the risk becomes security to the other that he shall not suffer loss, damage or prejudice by the happening of the perils specified to certain things which may be exposed to...
    1 page/≈550 words| 2 Sources | APA | Law | Coursework |
  • Insurance and Employment Law
    Description: Insurance was defined in Lucena V Crawford as ‘ … a contract by which the one party in consideration of a price paid to him adequate to the risk becomes security to the other that he shall not suffer loss, damage or prejudice by the happening of the perils specified to certain things which may be exposed to...
    1 page/≈550 words| 2 Sources | APA | Law | Coursework |
  • Gender-Based Discrimination in the Criminal Justice System
    Description: Women have historically had less involvement in crimes but recent trends indicate that the number of women in conflict with the law is on the rise. For women, the justice system can offer a variety of challenges due to its design geared towards men's needs. The purpose of the paper was to investigate...
    3 pages/≈825 words| 10 Sources | APA | Law | Research Paper |
  • The Roles of Judge, Attorney, Prosecutor, and Defense Attorney
    Description: The roles of Judge, Attorney, Prosecutor, and Defense Attorney, can be confusing at times since they all have the same purpose - to maintain integrity in the court of law and protect the rights of each individual involved in the trial process. They have different duties and responsibilities based on the different...
    1 page/≈275 words| 2 Sources | APA | Law | Term Paper |
  • Discussion on Civil Litigation
    Description: The majority of jurisdictions allow evidence of prior felony convictions to be used against the credibility of a witness who is testifying. In order to demonstrate that the accused may be untrustworthy, this evidence is acceptable. Evidence showing the defendant is a bad and dangerous person or has a ...
    2 pages/≈550 words| 1 Source | MLA | Law | Essay |
  • Military Science topics reflection
    Description: Military Science topics reflection Law Essay...
    4 pages/≈1100 words| 2 Sources | APA | Law | Essay |
  • Extremist Political Ideologies & Socio-Political Polarization in US
    Description: Socio-political polarization is the difference in political attitudes towards ideological extremes (Weber, et al 186). Political polarization is considered the sole cause of extreme divergence of views, which are often taken to personal levels. Among other factors that lead to socio-political polarization ...
    1 page/≈275 words| 5 Sources | APA | Law | Essay |
  • Definition of International Humanitarian Law and Its Origins
    Description: International humanitarian law is a set of rules and principles that seek to protect people who are not or are no longer taking part in hostilities during times of armed conflicts and to restrict the means and methods of warfare employed (Fleck & Bothe, 2013). Also referred to as the law of armed conflict or...
    3 pages/≈825 words| 5 Sources | APA | Law | Essay |
  • What Kinds of Crimes Do Children in England and Wales Commit
    Description: The research has highlighted the kinds of crimes children in England and Wales commit. The most prominent crime that the study has found is crime against the person, which comprises 32% of all crimes committed by children. The research has found out that the age of criminal responsibility in England and ...
    35 pages/≈9625 words| 20 Sources | Harvard | Law | Essay |
  • Negligence Tort Law
    Description: The tort law of negligence allows a plaintiff to sue for the damage, harm or loss the defendant caused through reckless behavior. However, the court identifies negligence liability if the plaintiff can prove that the tortfeasor fell short of the degree of care that amounts to a breach of duty owed, causing...
    1 page/≈275 words| 2 Sources | APA | Law | Essay |
  • Strengths and Faults Related to Electoral Integrity
    Description: Electoral integrity is vital today more than ever as more governments are elected. Elections must be conducted properly and morally. Since no election is fair, how can a country expect fair policies from its new rulers? It examines multiple facets of electoral integrity. Domestic and international structure...
    2 pages/≈550 words| 3 Sources | MLA | Law | Term Paper |
  • Journalism Ethics: Mike Daisey and The UVA/Rolling Stone Case
    Description: The two cases between Mike Daisey and the UVA/Rolling Stone are controversial and contain lies elements. For instance, in Mike Daisey’s Apple case “This American Life,” a popular public radio program, announced that it was retracting an article it had published critical of Apple’s Chinese suppliers because...
    2 pages/≈550 words| 2 Sources | MLA | Law | Case Study |
  • Drug Detoxification Services in Prison
    Description: Substance abuse in prisons is a significant nuisance because many incarcerated inmates have a history of drug abuse. Accordingly, prisons have made necessary rehabilitation facilities and centers to reform drug addicts by providing diverse intervention programs, such as detoxification and psycho-educational...
    3 pages/≈825 words| 3 Sources | APA | Law | Essay |
  • Comparison of the Differences between Japan and U.S. Criminal Systems
    Description: Each country has an established justice system that should be followed. It acts as a guide and how the convicted should be handled during their trial. What is important, however, is to ensure the rights of the accused are not violated. The laws and regulations of the justice system should ensure a fair...
    5 pages/≈1375 words| 6 Sources | APA | Law | Essay |
  • The Purposes of The USA Patriot Act and Its Most Controversial Section
    Description: The USA PATRIOT Act law was introduced on September 11, 2001, after the United States terrorist attacks, which made the law enforcement agencies' broaden powers to prosecute, scrutinize and bring to justice the criminals of terrorists. It also led to a rise in punishment for committing and supporting crimes...
    1 page/≈275 words| 2 Sources | APA | Law | Essay |
  • Crime Prevention, Restorative Justice, and Corrections
    Description: Correctional facilities should use diverse practices for restorative justice, crime prevention, and corrections to advance the criminal justice system. Understanding various theoretical practices can help advance rehabilitative centers in the correctional process. Professionals must evaluate which ...
    4 pages/≈1100 words| 5 Sources | APA | Law | Article |
  • Jada and Claire vs. MPG Solar: FIRAC Analysis
    Description: One of the most critical facts pertinent to the cases between Jada and Claire against MPG Solar is that both companies operate in the same state. The two companies are also similar, making them competitors in the same business segment. Jada and Claire also operate at the same level, having reported revenues...
    3 pages/≈825 words| 1 Source | APA | Law | Term Paper |
  • Juvenile Offenders: Restorative Justice and Model Programs
    Description: Statistics show that alcohol is the most used substance among youths. It is noted that approximately 70% of the youths in 12th grade have used alcohol ("Substance Use and Abuse in Adolescents", 2020). More than 90% of the youths consume alcohol in a binge where the consumption is approximated to be ...
    11 pages/≈3025 words| 9 Sources | APA | Law | Term Paper |
  • The Rights of Animals and Human Beings
    Description: Animals have been regarded as our closest living companions for much of our existence on this planet. From dogs that we keep as pets to extraordinary creatures that we love to observe in their natural habitats. Specifically, when talking about animal consciousness, this is something that has been a hot topic...
    4 pages/≈1100 words| 2 Sources | MLA | Law | Essay |
  • Solving the Global Refugees Crisis: Wealthy Nations’ Role
    Description: The global refugee crisis is at a record high, with millions internally and externally displaced due to protracted civil and internal conflict. For example, the Syrian war is in its eight-year, displacing millions of locals. This humanitarian problem primarily burdens developing countries as they host a...
    2 pages/≈550 words| 4 Sources | APA | Law | Term Paper |
  • Creation of Valid Trust and How the Law Applies to Parties Entrusted With Property
    Description: The question here is whether the testator created a binding trust for her property— the resort, cottage, shares and Shakespearean collection implied by specifications in the will. The validity of the trust depends on whether the wordings in the will had actual or apparent requirements, expressly or impliedly...
    8 pages/≈2200 words| 10 Sources | Other | Law | Coursework |
  • Effective Mechanisms for Accountability for a Functional Democracy
    Description: Democracy commentators claim that for people to work together in order to achieve prosperity and common good for all, somebody has to lead in making things happen. Nonetheless, democracy seems to be effective in jurisdictions where people have common interests and are ready to abide by the laws established...
    6 pages/≈1650 words| 10 Sources | Chicago | Law | Essay |
  • POLS3391 American Place in the World Essay
    Description: POLS3391 American Place in the World Essay Law Essay...
    2 pages/≈550 words| 4 Sources | APA | Law | Essay |
  • Contract Law in Real Estate
    Description: The first buyer, Jon D’Mann and Marsha Mellow, have many justifiable reasons to claim a contract exist between them and the seller, Boren T. Deal. In property law, an agreement is legally binding if it fulfills certain legal principles, which are discernable in the case study. The first factor is the...
    12 pages/≈3300 words| 1 Source | APA | Law | Case Study |
  • The Contract between Gandolf and Patti
    Description: I agree with your post regarding the absence of consideration in the subject scenario, which makes the promise unenforceable. Consideration is a critical element of a legally binding contract. It constitutes an inducement to enter into a contract, which must be sufficient to make the promise legally enforceable...
    1 page/≈275 words| No Sources | MLA | Law | Coursework |
  • How Successful have Electronic Bills of Lading Been?
    Description: Over the past few decades, technology has advanced significantly, which has resulted in improvements in various sectors, including international trade. For example, heavy paperwork has characterised international trade as far as the conventional Bill of Lading is concerned. Shipment of goods from one country...
    10 pages/≈2750 words| 60 Sources | Other | Law | Essay |
  • The International Criminal Court is Not Biased Against Africa
    Description: As the world becomes a global village, institutions are created to help countries solve some of the more significant issues in their region. The International Criminal Court (ICC) is one of these organizations that deal with international crimes, actions considered inhumane like genocide and torture, and...
    6 pages/≈1650 words| 13 Sources | Harvard | Law | Essay |
  • Interagency and Legislation Homeland Security Planning
    Description: In the United States, the president's office ensures that homeland security is maintained at the highest level. According to Article II's constitution, the president must execute and enforce a congress-generated law. All the executive departments of the State perform the daily federal government administration...
    2 pages/≈550 words| 3 Sources | APA | Law | Essay |
  • Ethical and Legal Agency for the Tesla Internet of Things
    Description: The Tesla car is an excellent example of the Internet of Things (IoT). Tesla was established in Silicon Valley in 2003. One primary objective of this organization was to demonstrate that hybrid cars may be superior to ordinary gasoline-powered automobiles. Tesla, headed by Elon Musk, has now become a...
    8 pages/≈2200 words| 3 Sources | MLA | Law | Coursework |
  • Samuel Walker’s 5 Propositions to Revamp the Justice System
    Description: One of the primary objectives that Samuel Walker developed the 36 propositions was to assist people comprehend criminal justice and crime in order to make people start to think clearly about crime policies. The criminal justice system experiences serious problem of resources which affects the capability to...
    9 pages/≈2475 words| 3 Sources | APA | Law | Research Paper |
  • Current Trends in Criminal Law
    Description: In the National Treasury Employees Union v. Von Raab (1989), it was established that in a scenario where a Fourth Amendment intrusion is intended to serve the special needs of the government beyond the law enforcement's normal need, the process should balance the expectations of the privacy needs of ...
    7 pages/≈1925 words| 32 Sources | APA | Law | Coursework |
  • Provisions of the United Nations 1945 Charter
    Description: The United Nations is an intergovernmental body founded in 1945. It comprises of 193 member states who discuss common problems and obtain shared solutions for the general benefit of humanity. The conduct, principles and purpose of the organization are enshrined within its founding charter. The charter was...
    2 pages/≈550 words| 1 Source | APA | Law | Essay |
  • Kuwait Ecommerce Law
    Description: The private sector in Kuwait is capitalizing on the broad penetration of the internet in the country to create online markets. Today, demand for online services is growing, and e-business root is taking root in the country. As a result, the government has passed the Electronic Transaction Law, 20 of 2014, ...
    3 pages/≈825 words| 5 Sources | Harvard | Law | Essay |
  • Understanding the Customary Law in Anthropology
    Description: Customary law is a unique type of law that consists of norms in the form of customs, practices, and rules enforced in communities by the members themselves. As a result, these traditions are specifically relevant to a particular society that derives from distinctive circumstances. The implication is that...
    4 pages/≈1100 words| 2 Sources | Chicago | Law | Essay |
  • Attorney Plagiarism Penalty
    Description: Judges should be aware of the danger of an attorney plagiarizing legal filings, as plagiarism is regarded as an ethical breach. The distinction between the two scenarios is that Lane sought to disguise his conduct. He attempts to mislead the court by opting not to respond to the allegation. I also agree with...
    1 page/≈275 words| 1 Source | APA | Law | Case Study |
  • International Law of the Sea
    Description: The passage of warships through a coastal state's territorial waters is regulated by the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea. Coastal states have very little discretion to prevent or control the passage of warships, nuclear. Most coastal nations don't want large ocean-going vessels within ...
    9 pages/≈2475 words| 5 Sources | Other | Law | Essay |
  • The Emoluments Clause
    Description: The emoluments clause or the foreign emoluments clause, is an existing provision under the U.S. Constitution (Article I, Section 9, Paragraph 8). This clause prohibits federal officeholders, especially the president, from receiving any payment, titles, gift, payment, or other valuables from foreign states,...
    1 page/≈275 words| 2 Sources | APA | Law | Coursework |
  • Do You Think Doctors are Unfairly Targeted in Lawsuits?
    Description: There have been increased cases of lawsuits among health care workers in the recent past. Among the most affected are the doctors, who are targeted by law suits in most cases. Although cases of doctors being sued have attracted rage from the medical community, there is sufficient evidence to demonstrate ...
    1 page/≈275 words| 2 Sources | APA | Law | Essay |
  • Prosecutorial Reforms and Challenges
    Description: Prosecutors wield considerable influence because they determine whether to bring charges, whether to seek pretrial custody or cash bail, and how the plea-bargaining process is conducted. They also influence sentencing, determining whether or not criminals will be imprisoned and for how long. These lawyers ...
    2 pages/≈550 words| 2 Sources | APA | Law | Essay |
  • Mental Health Policy: US State Virginia SB 1137
    Description: The Virginia Senate Bill 1137 seeks to exempt defendants with severe mental illness from capital punishment. The bill was passed by the Senate on January 17, 2019, as an amendment to sections 19.2-264.3:1.3, 19.2-264.3:3, and 19.2-264.4 of the Code of Virginia relating to the death penalty and severe mental...
    5 pages/≈1375 words| 8 Sources | APA | Law | Essay |
  • Policing Systems and Procedures
    Description: Inflicting injury or offense by physical contact is known as battery. Spitting on someone is also a form of battery and spitting on a police officer is a serious provocation (Brandl, 2019). My recommendation would be to get the person arrested for battery, as well. However, the officer should use just the level...
    3 pages/≈825 words| 3 Sources | APA | Law | Coursework |
  • Justifying Capital Punishment for Violent Offenders
    Description: Terminal or capital punishment is an infrequently used crime deterrent and victims' and society retribution legal judgment. Most legal minds feel that it mainly gets vengeance for a victim's family than rehabilitating a criminal. Many justice systems capitally reprimand murderers. In other jurisdictions,...
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  • Problems of Ethnicity in the Nigerian Federal System of Government
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