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  • Online Fraud Case Study

    ISSUE Under Arkansas case law regarding the tort of fraud, does an online purchaser of a sword have a claim for actual fraud, when (1) the sword that the seller displayed online turned out to be a replica; (2) the seller was gifted the sword from his brother, and only pulled the sword from the sheathing once prior to placing it in storage; (3) the seller afforded the buyer the opportunity to inspect the sword prior to the sale but the buyer declined due to time constraints; (4) the seller…

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  • Analysis Of The Article 'Group Minds' By Dorris Lessing

    Dorris Lessing is a well-known British woman who is a very talented novelist who wrote the article “Group Minds”. In the article Lessing argues how it is in human nature to conform to the group even while knowing we can make our own decisions we continue to follow. Lessing’s states, “My mind is my own, my options are chosen by me, I am free to do as I will” (652). This quote portrays that this is the minds set of your average individual, but in reality these dreams fall short. In Dorris…

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  • Burden Of Proof Case Study

    Burden of Proof: Beyond A Reasonable Doubt If one is studying law, one should be familiar with the burden of proof and how it may be confusing to understand what beyond reasonable doubt is in criminal cases. If not, burden of proof is where the duty is placed upon a party to prove or disprove a disputed fact, or simply which party bears this burden. In a criminal case, the burden of proof is placed on the prosecution to prove its case beyond a reasonable doubt, which means the evidence presented…

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  • The Ontological Argument For The Existence Of God

    We have talked about many different types of arguments for the existence of god. However, only one seems interesting to me and that was the ontological argument. There are so many who studied this argument that I find it so interesting to see how they all found it and explained it. The ontological argument is the argument based on reason. It is based on the very being of God. With this argument there is no need for finding physical evidence for the existence of God. It attempts to prove the…

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  • Case Study: Southern Equities Corporation Ltd.

    PRETLOVE: IMPROPERLY OBTAINED DOCUMENTS In Southern Equities Corporation Ltd (In Liquidation) & Ors v Bond & Ors , the Court was asked to determine whether the tendering of transcript from a previous hearing that went to the credit of the defendants was an abuse of the court’s process and should not be allowed. Lander J, the presiding Judge, undertook a lengthy analysis of the legislative provisions that provide for the admission of documents. Lander J ultimately found that the court has a…

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  • Straw Purchaser Analysis

    The “straw purchaser” stipulation was a harmless error because it did not affect the outcome of the District Court proceedings. While Kotteakos, as Petitioner may point out, concluded that the proper test was not whether the jury’s decision was correct, but rather the error’s potential effect on the jury’s decision-making, recent interpretations of harmless error analysis suggest a departure from this holding. See Kotteakos v. United States, 68 S.Ct. 1247 (1946). The Court’s analysis in recent…

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  • Case Study: Anderson V. Ken Anderson

    The Evidences- where the case went wrong: According to the file there was just one evidence against Morton and that evidence was a note found at the crime scene. That note was signed with “I L Y,” for I love you, and “M,” for Michael, who was Christine’s husband. (Bazelon, 2012). That note was all about a husband’s anger over his wife as she did not let him have sex with her at the night of Morton’s birthday. But that of course was not an enough evidence to prove someone guilty of homicide. It…

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  • Rabbit Proof Fence Cultural Analysis

    removed from their homelands and sent to The Moore River Native Settlement and various other facilities to try and breed the “Indigenous” out of them. Many of these children never had the opportunity to meet their mothers or fathers. The film Rabbit Proof Fence is a depiction of the story written by Doris Pilkington. The director of the film, Phillip Noyce represents The Stolen Generation in a sympathetic way. On the 13th of February 2008, then Prime Minister Kevin Rudd gave a formal apology to…

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  • Assault Law Case Study

    Law The Prosecution must prove beyond a reasonable doubt that the Defendant had assaulted the Complainant and that the assault was unlawful. The Code sets out that common assault occurs when one person assaults another and the assault was unlawful. Moreover, the Code defines assault, therein notably setting out two separate types of assault. The first was previously Battery under English common law and may adequately be described as striking, touching, moving of, or application of force of any…

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  • Argumentative Essay On Happiness And Reality

    Felicity, Is it subjective or objective? Do people strive to attain happiness by means of their own understanding of the world? Can it be compared to reality, where we try to base our view of what is real and true as much as we are capable of through own perhaps incomplete reasoning? Likewise for happiness do we all devote our time to obtain that happiness as closely as possible, according to our own understanding or is it all just subjective? Have your heard of a cliché statements such as ‘Mind…

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