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    The speeches and writings of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., are among the most powerful and persuasive work in history. One notable example is the “Letter from Birmingham Jail.” King’s skillful use of appeal to emotion, authority, and logic effectively put forward his ethnics and ideals. By adopting words as his weapons, he proves that language is often more effective than that of violence in bringing about positive change. He brilliantly explains the reasons for his nonviolent protest with restraint and commitment. In essence, Martin Luther King’s creative use of rhetoric effectively portrays the emotional misery of the segregated families in his call for social equality. Dr. King methodically finds fault with his opponents’ arguments calling for patience and…

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    general application, but often narrow to describing a singular individual. Psalm 17:10 goes on to describe how the Antichrist attacks others. It all starts with an “unfeeling heart”. Psalm 36:1 “Transgression speaks to the ungodly within his heart. There is no fear of God in his eyes. For it flatters him in his own eyes, concerning the discovery of his iniquity and the hatred of it. The words of his mouth are wickedness and deceit; He has ceased to be wise and to do good. He plans wickedness…

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    Animal Farm was written by George Orwell in 1945. His real name is Eric Arthur Blair who was born in Motihari, Bengal, India, in 1903. George Orwell is an English novelist, essayist and critic. He is best known for his novels Animal Farm and Nineteen Eighty-Four which were published in 1945 and 1949 respectively. Orwell formed many strong opinions about major political movements during his time including imperialism and communism. Most of his strong political opinions were influenced when he…

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    created by cities, counties, and other municipalities. The differences between federal and state courts are defined mainly by jurisdiction. Federal court jurisdiction hear lawsuits against the United States and those involving specific federal laws (e.g., criminal, antitrust, bankruptcy, patent, copyright, and some maritime cases). State courts have a broad jurisdiction and hear cases involving individual citizens (e.g., robberies, traffic violations, contract breaches, family disputes, and…

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    devices such as strong dictation, emotional appeals, powerful language, and brevity, Kennedy was able to deliver and immensely effective speech that inspired and emboldened his audience. One of the most notable devices used in Kennedy’s speech was simply the way it sounded. He focused…

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    Case Study: Kids For Cash

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    "streamlined appeals process under which youths could seek prompt relief from unfair adjudications". This recommendation spoke on the fact that many of the parents of the children who encountered Ciavarella have been involved just as much as the children themselves. They went through a lot trying to remove their children from detention facilities. These parents had to work extremely hard to find ways to protect the constitutional rights of their children, and it should never get to that point…

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    Excerpts form the Trial Transcripts”), which may have been a defense strategy. Yet, Capone attempted to gain a plea deal from Judge Wilkerson; (weebly.com “(1931) Al Capone”) however, the deal never came through. In regards to the last jury, the expedience of there decisions came up to be eight hours while the original jury had to be replaced due to Capone’s influence on them (Linder “All Capone Trial (1931): An Account”). Yet, there was not anything shown that stated the jury’s need to contact…

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    Circuit courts hear all cases involving felony prosecution. They also have the ability to exercise jurisdiction over juvenile and district court cases. Circuit courts hear civil cases when the amount of damages exceeds $10000. Alabama’s has three appellate courts. Court of Civil Appeals, Court of Criminal Appeals, and the Supreme Court of Alabama. These courts have discretionary jurisdiction. The Court of Civil Appeals has five judges, they have jurisdiction in cases involving more than $50000…

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    Analysis Of R V Askov

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    the Charter. Judges noted that such mandatory sentencing is violating section 12 of the Charter, but not saved by section 1 of the Charter (Boyd 2015 p126). In R v Luxton court dismissed the appeal in which accused had challenged 25 years of imprisonment was against the Charter. The Judges unanimously decided that such sentencing is not enormous and does not contradict our standard of decency (Boyd 2015 p127). The Supreme Court of Canada has stated that the purpose of section 15 is to protect…

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    They both illustrate their understanding of their topic and thoroughly describe their topic. Michael Green demonstrates his knowledge of the topic by including a statistical method to calculate the “happiness” of any country based on the individual. He also successfully convinces the audience that the world is in fact becoming a better place for all of society. Steven Pinker also demonstrates his in depth understanding of the society as a whole. The use of the appeals shows that the…

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