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    Stare Decisis: Legal Rule

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    decisis is a legal rule which dictates that courts cannot disrespect the standard. The court must endorse prior decisions. In essence, this legal principle dictates that once a law has been determined by the appellate court (which hears and determines appeals from the decisions of the trial courts) to be relevant to the facts of the case, future cases will follow the same principle of law if they involve considerably identical facts. Stare decisis…

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    heirloom that can withstand the passage throughout generations. Even though Patek Philippe watches are considered extravagant, their ad campaign utilizes the appeals of emotional connectivity in the artistic design, purposeful…

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    edically assisted death is a debate that our nation has been struggling with for many decades. It presents many concerns among Americans, and people throughout the world. It is a very controversial topic; as you need to look at religion, finances, ethics, history, and politics. The United States is still trying to reach a solid conclusion in forty-five states. The first state to legalize medically assisted death was Oregon in 1997. Ever since then, four other states: Montana, California, Vermont…

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    James Hitesman was a registered nurse and shift supervisor at Bridgeway, Inc, nursing home. He displayed concerns to management about that amount of infectious diseases within the nursing home. He claimed that the incidents of infections were rising at a disturbing rate. The management did not take care of the situation as he desired. Therefore, he told a television reporter about the problems in this nursing home. When he released the information to the media he also released patient…

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    What makes a person an American? For many people America is a symbol of freedom. This freedom that Americans contain really is at the core of what makes them American. “And the American people are the greatest people in the world. What makes America the greatest nation in the world is the heart of the American people: hardworking, innovative, risk-taking, God- loving, family-oriented American people.” As Romney said people are allowed to have their own religion, take risks, and they are really…

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    craftsmanship has to be brought back into relevance for the good of the country and its citizens is done in a thoroughly effective way with Uchitelle’s effective use of appeals and writing style. Uchitelle supports his argumentative claim with multiple uses of all three appeals and is done so in a successful manner. The appeal of logic, or logos, is presented with facts, statistics, and expert testimony to back up his claims. An example would be a statistic regarding the work…

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    Fact: Spearin entered into a contract with the Government to build a dry dock at Brooklyn Navy Yard, in accordance with Government prepared plans and specifications. To proceed with the dry dock construction, Spearin had to relocate a portion of a sewer which ran through the site. Spearin completed the relocation of this section of sewer pursuant to the prescribed requirements of the plans and specifications, and the Government approved and accepted the work. Nearly one year after the relocation…

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    The state of Texas does follow a death penalty procedure. Capital murder is the only crime that has the death penalty. It all begins with the crime, then the defendant is given a trial, incarceration, an appeals process, some final appeals, and at last the execution. The Crime The states decides whether the crime or murder is classified as capital murder and are eligible for the death penalty. If two people get into an argument, and one ends up killing the other, that is not considered capital…

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    that it was objectively unreasonable and unprofessional for the attorney to fail to argue that the defendant did not elude police, and had he done so the outcome would have been different. We, therefore, reversed the defendant’s conviction on direct appeal because his counsel was…

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    Tywanne Aldridge Case

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    Schoeberl to recall McFarlane’s statement about Aldridge’s involvement. To have proved that McFarlane’s testimony was prejudicial to the defense they would have had to have evidence (U.S Publishing Office, 2005). According to the United States Court of Appeals report Aldridge depend on the United States v. Barnes case where the defense was barred to cross-examine a police office that withheld video evidence. The cases have two clearly separate agendas. In Aldridge’s case the accused…

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