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    she challenges Americans to stop avoiding the issues that need to be dealt with. The revised version was published to Huffington Post in 2013 changing the addressed societal issues of 2003 to the more relevant affairs happening in 2013. Due to her appeals to pathos working alongside logos, her use of ethos, as well as introducing an alternate perspective…

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    international trade and custom law issues. The U.S Court of Federal Claims handles any disputes involving harmful money claims against the United States government. If a party is unsatisfied with the outcome of a district U.S court they may appeal to the U.S Court of Appeals. The constitution states that "federal judges are to be nominated by the president and confirmed by the Senate. They normally will hold office for their entire lifes in they continually meet the behavior standards. Although…

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    Analysis Of R V Askov

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    In past 30 years Canadian courts are struggling with the Charter’s emphasis under section 11(b) that “any person charged with an offence has the right to be tried within a reasonable time”. There has been still not any clarity what is “reasonable time” despite courts has described some factors to determine it. The most important case with reference to reasonableness was R v Askov (1990), where the Supreme Court held (9-0) that accused rights have been violated under section 11 (b) of the Charter…

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    matters into consideration. R v. R [1992] 1 AC 599 is a clear example of spousal rape being permitted under common law made illegal. The judiciary through persuasive precedent made new law outside of parliament. The case was decided in the Court of Appeal for which the House of Lords being a superior court adopted the precedent set in a lower…

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    864 CA Details of the case: The parties that involved in this case were Eckhardt Marine GMBH as an appellant and Sheriff Mahkamah Tinggi Malaya as a respondent. This case had been brought to the Court of Appeal in Kuala Lumpur at 8 June in 2011. Besides, there are three judges of the court of appeal involved in this case who is Gopal Sri Ram, Nh Chan and the last one is Haidar Mohd Noor. This case was previously heard at the High Court of Kuala Lumpur. The appellant wanted to buy the vessel…

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    Mandatory Minimum Sentences

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    Introduction On March 12 2012, Harpers conservative government implemented omnibus bill that introduced many new mandatory minimum sentences (cbc,2012). As part of Harpers tough on crime agenda, the bill introduced mandatory minimum sentences for crimes such as drug trafficking, child exploitation and some other violent offences(cbc,2012).In accordance to their tough on crime agenda, the harper government has introduced so many new mandatory minimums sentence, to the point that we now have the…

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    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 in damages. This court also considers appeals from state agencies and court decisions. The Court of Criminal Appeals has five judges. They consider appeals from Alabama’s municipal courts as well as appeals from misdemeanor and felony cases.…

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    What makes a good introduction? If that introduction was effective how do you keep the interests of the audience? These are both questions that every public speaker needs to consider before they give a speech. Not only do you have worry about these things as an audience member you are judging how effective they are the moment the speaker begins. It is that judgement that I carried with me when I watched Regina Hartley’s TED@UPS talk. Hartley’s talk was engaging and inspiring as she talked about…

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    Every four years, a new president is elected and gives an inaugural speech that influences the entire nation. President Obama gave his inaugural speech on January 21, 2013. President Obama has two types of audiences; he has primary audience and secondary audience. His primary audience in his speech is all those present at the White House attending to hear him. The secondary audience in his speech is television viewers, radio listeners, those who read his speech, and those who viewed the speech…

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    Advertisements have alway tried to convince their audiences to buy a product or service, and they usually have a certain audience that they 're trying to appeal to. They try to appeal to these audiences by using different types of advertising methods. The two advertisements are being compared and contrasted by use a variety of rhetorical appeals/devices/ and techniques to attract their audiences. The first advertisement is found on page 4 in The Rolling Stones Magazine. The first advertisement…

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