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    suspect goes to his attorney and confesses every detail of the crime. At trial, the defendant’s attorney is called to the witness stand to testify about the conversation between the attorney and the defendant. There is no doubt if this were to play out that the defendant would be convicted and spend a lifetime in prison. So the question exist, is there really a need for privileged communication? Even though society wants the entire truth when a crime is committed, it does not override the absolute need for privileged communication. In the United States, the legal system operates on the basic theory that what a person says can be used against him or her (Hails 2012). The exception…

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    the return as soon as he became aware; and (5) the client has a right to prevent disclosure of confidential communication, as well as an attorney having a responsibility to notify an opposing firm of reasonably determined privileged communication? BRIEF ANSWER Yes. This is due to the fact that reasonable precautions were taken by having the products liability team examine each document, and…

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    This case does not alter my decision because in this case of attorney-client privilege they were willing to make a deal to protect their client rather than present the truth (Siegel, Schmalleger, and Worrall, 2014). Many lawyers do not totally grasp the complexity of the attorney-client privilege, therefore they do not know and comprehend exactly which communications are protected and which are not (Marcum, 2015). With this being said lawyers can put themselves at risk for discipline and/or…

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    Evidentiary privileges shall be governed by the principles of the common law in the light of reason and experience. It is aimed to encourage full and frank communication between attorneys and their clients to promote public interest in the observance of law and administration of justice. Attorney-Client Privilege It is the Client’s right privilege to refuse to disclose or prevent others from disclosing confidential communications between the client and the attorney. Here, Carolyn (C) hires…

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    Client My client is Joel Goodsen, from the movie Risky Business. Joel is a senior in high school, in the year 1983, he in an only child and lives with his parents in a wealthy neighborhood. His parents go out of town for a couple of days, and in those days Joel makes many bad choices that could damage his and his friends life, and their futures. Diversity Joel is a Caucasian male around 18 years old. It does not specify his religion or his beliefs in the movie, but based on his parent’s…

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    1.1Customer requirements are reliably identified through consultation with customers and key informants and through market research or other information collection techniques. a. Wal-Mart is a biggest rebate retailer on the planet. It is American multinational retail enterprises who help the individuals to spare cash and live better life – at whatever time and anyplace in retail location or online through cell phone. Wal-Mart is giving vastly improved client benefit as contrast with past…

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    Client Server model in Distributed Computing Nallagatla Manikanta 13116045 Distributed Computing: Distributed computing is a field of computer science that studies distributed systems. A distributed system is a software system in which components located on networked computers communicate and coordinate their actions by passing messages. The components interact with each other in order to achieve a common goal. Distributed computing is a model in which components of a software system are…

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    My journey so far in the class of racism and oppression has been eye opening and this is not only my perception. The first part of my recording is the greatest evidence of how far I have come along in this class. When I listened to the recording I was completely astonished at how lost I was. With every question there was a silence of about a minute, which actually seemed like 10, where it was evident that I was thinking of an answer for the question or of how to answer the question. Likewise, I…

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    of disenfranchisement towards what was seen as the ‘white man’s process’ of education (Grey 1974, cited in Beresford, Partington and Gower, 2012 p. 100). This is an issue still present in Australian schools today, and one which Focus Areas 1.4 and 2.4 of the Australian Institute for Teaching and School Leadership (AITSL) standards seek to address. Forms of structural and institutionalised racism were propagated in all areas of life in post-invasion Australia. However, it is more often that…

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    a feminist, you would not be helping to create a world where reverse sexism exists. Why? Simply because reverse sexism cannot exist. Reverse sexism cannot exist, just like any other forms of systematic and institutionalized oppression. The very nature of oppression does not allow for such a thing to exist. To be ‘reverse sexism,’ this oppression would either not exist, or there would be a system of oppression where the oppressed are dominating the dominant, which makes no sense! Also, one key…

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