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    New Mexico Case Study

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    555 P.2d 696 Supreme Court of New Mexico. Zelma M. MITCHELL, Plaintiff-Appellee, v. LOVINGTON GOOD SAMARITAN CENTER, INC., Defendant-Appellant. No. 10847.Oct. 27, 1976. Appeal was taken from an order of the District Court, Bernalillo County, Richard B. Traub, D.J., reversing a decision of the Unemployment Security Commission and awarding benefits to discharged employee. The Supreme Court, Sosa, J., held that employee’s insubordination, improper attire, name calling and other conduct…

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    Texas v. Johnson When the National Anthem comes on everyone stands, takes off their hats, and puts their hand over their heart to honor the United States of America. Citizens do this to respect the nation and all that have died for their freedom. There are laws that say that people in the United States have to respect the flag in many ways, but what if someone breaks those laws to exercise their freedom of speech? What laws are more important, freedom of speech or flag desecration laws? The…

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    Introduction The word ‘equity’ means fair or just in its wider sense, but its legal meaning refers to legal rules that were developed by the courts to overcome some of the inflexibility of the rules and procedures of common law courts. Therefore, equity created new remedies. If the Chancellor was convinced that a person had suffered a wrong, the court would grant a remedy. To be precise, they would devise some way to ensure that something was done to put right the wrong that had been done to…

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    The Court System Analysis

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    In the royal government, officials are appointed except in the two colonies, by the crown. Unlike America, the royal governors are stooges for the British government. The British government may look at American Judges like Kings Men, given that the courts has to be appointed by the governors in consultation with the British government, back home in London. A lot of people in America were scared of the courts. There was a point when America had a dispute with great Brittan, where the…

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    that prosecutors use to avoid a trial as juries or even judges can be unpredictable in their behavior and may rule against them. Prosecutors like sure things as does the State and a plea bargain gains an admission of guilt without the right to an appeal in exchange for leniency. However, a plea bargain may induce prosecutors to over-charge a suspect in an attempt to bully them into gaining a plea bargain. Plea bargains are also not conducted in open court so there is a lack of transparency that…

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    Poddar Case Summary

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    VITALY TARASOFF et al., Plaintiffs and Appellants, v. THE REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA et al., Defendants and Respondents S.F. No. 23042 Supreme Court of California 17 Cal. 3d 425; 551 P.2d 334; 131 Cal. Rptr. 14; 1976 Cal. LEXIS 297; 83 A.L.R.3d 1166 Superior Court of Alameda County, No. 405694, Robert L. Bostick, Judge. Introduction The plaintiffs are the parents of the deceased Tatiana Tarasoff accused the defendants Gold,Moore, Powelson, Yandell, and the Regents of the…

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    School district case. It appeared in front of the court on May 24, 1989. It was a lawsuit that was filed against the Rochester School district by Timothy W. Timothy W. vs. Rochester School district case was ruled by the U.S. First Circuit Court of Appeals. It ruled that under the Education for all Handicapped Children Act; now known as IDEA, school boards were required to provide special education services regardless of how big or little the disability is. This case is centered on Timothy W.…

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    Anagnostou v. Anagnostou Case No. 2017-017244 FC 12 Husband’s Answer to Wife’s Amended Verified Counter- Petition for Dissolution of Marriage IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR MIAMI-DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF: FAMILY DIVISION CASE NO. 2017-017244 FC 12 GEORGE ANAGNOSTOU, Husband, And, KATE LEANN ANAGNOSTOU, Wife. _____________________________/ HUSBAND’S ANSWER TO WIFE’S AMENDED VERIFIED PETITION FOR DISSOLUTION OF…

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    On 24 September 1992, an appeal was filed against the decision made by Full Court Of Supreme Court Of Western Australia which dismissed the Appeal made against the decision of the trial judge (Nicholson J.) in the favor of the Rottnest Island Authority (defendant) , in the High Court Of Australia (Canberra). The trial judge…

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    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 audience stayed engaged throughout the whole speech and does not lose interest because both speakers are able to connect to each audience member…

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