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  • Roles Of Magistrates In The Court System

    There are many entities that play a role in the criminal justice court system. However, Magistrates are the ones with the most power within said system. They have the most discretion when it comes to deciding the faith of an individual. It has always been considered as a prestigious achievement inside any community. During one work day a magistrate can review over 50 cases, each with a unique verdict. In the 1905 article, The Prisoner at the Bar, Arthur Train includes many different examples of…

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  • Texas Judicial System Essay

    The Texas Judicial system has been made to resolve conflicts among the society. It is one of the most complex judicial system in the United States. Being that it is made up of five levels of courts supreme court, court of appeals, district court, county level courts, municipal and justice of the peace court. In a democracy, it is important to have this system because it is the mechanism that resolves the any given conflict in the state. These court systems takes and applies that law in the…

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  • Descriptive Essay: Field Hockey

    setting her back on the ground. I high five the rest of my team and they hit me on the helmet with their sticks. We walk back to our bench and do our cheer. “Good game -team name-, thank you officials, WE LOVE YOU FANS!” Following the suit of the other team, we line up and go through the line, saying “Good game, good game, good game…” I walk back over to the bench and take off my helmet and chest pad, keeping on the clunky shin and foot pads for now; I’ll wait until I’m back to the locker room…

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  • The Judicial Power Of Sudan's Constitutional Court

    The judicial power of Sudan’s Constitutional Court is typical of any other of its kind. The court “sits at the apex of the centralized judicial system” (The Republic of Sudan Art. 119). It functions as the “highest court in constitutional maters and has exclusive jurisdiction to adjudicate cases concerning: protection of human rights and fundamental freedoms, resolution of disputes between the different levels of government, and complaints against any act of the Presidency or the National…

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  • Dance In Ancient Greek Culture

    Dance is an art form consisting of individuals or groups moving in patterns, either practiced or impromptu, to the rhythm of music. Dance and music go hand in hand, allowing the music to set a tone for the dance, creating different styles of dance. Dance is likely to have begun as a ritual to appeal to a culture’s worshipped being or included in ones “rite of passage” (Histoy of Dance, n.d.). Evidence has been found in India showing the existence of dance in the form of paintings made in caves…

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  • Personal Narrative: My Visit To Price County

    sheriff’s department and the Phillip’s & Park Falls police departments. After watching the in-take I learned that the judge will only ask the respondent how they plead and no discussion will be heard during this time. If a defendant pleads not guilty a trial is scheduled. When other respondents plead guilty or no contest the judge ruled by the book and handed out fair fines to all. The second part of my day in the courtroom consisted of a name change hearing and a continuation hearing of a…

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  • Supreme Court In England

    Article III, Section I of the Constitution states, “The judicial Power of the United States, shall be vested in one Supreme Court.” This excerpt from the Constitution proves the overwhelming authority and control that has been vested by the Constitution to the Supreme Court. Justices appointed to the Supreme Court, “shall hold their Offices during good Behaviour,” or in other words, for life. To have a group of individuals hold such power for the duration of their lives is unprecedented.…

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  • Independent Judicial System

    “The bedrock of our democracy is the rule of law and that means we have to have an independent judiciary, judges who can make decisions independent of the political winds that are blowing.” Caroline Kennedy, along with the founders of our nation, believes that to truly establish a just federal court system, we must create a branch of the government that is held accountable to the law and not the enticing-yet corrupted-motives of the public. While electing federal judges may appear to be the more…

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  • Family Court Case Analysis

    think it was of the essence on an to I the more you sure baby busy… that 's in the People get married to get divorced since I started 1949 when I passed wedding I think to myself that 's inventory. Statistics are the more money passes through family law court then all other law courts combine. The more you charge the more people willing to pay because they feel that money equals skill . You know we aren 't much different from any other segment of society in terms of money calling the shots.…

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  • Ronald Cotton's Picking: An Analysis

    The quotes “you know my name not my story” and “treat others as you want to be treated” are quotes that will change how people see each other. Prejudice exist in almost everyone’s life and almost everyone has practiced it once or twice. What people don’t think about is how it will affect the other person’s future. In the past, this cruel act lead to catastrophic events. Prejudice impacts individual’s lives tremendously and can lead to various outcomes. Standing up for injustice is one outcome…

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