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    Open Court Essay

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    Open Courts Based on the content of the common law, open courts is one of the ways to fulfil open justice. Publicity is an essential indication for open court concept. According to Baylis (1991), one of the most important concepts of justice is ‘justice must to be seen to be done'. Generating accessibility to participate in the court process can improve justice. Open court with public hearing is to ensure the enforcement of integrity within the law, the honesty of the evidence, and the information conveying to the public. (The principle of open justice)Publicity of courts trials can also lead to the trust and accountability of public. Rinehart v Welker [2011] NSWCA 403 at [32] (Bathurst CJ and McColl JA), citing Scott v Scott [1913] AC 417 (at 463) Why are some courts closed to the public, that is, held in camera? Some courts hearing proceedings closed to the public are based on the reason of privacy and protection the interest of the parties, especially the vulnerable witness and victims. For example, the hearings of sex offences in which participants are children or teenagers less than eighteen years old are held in camera. Besides, with another case such as marriage annulment which is concerning sexual abuse, the proceedings are also held in camera. Furthermore, there are cases such as terrorism and child pornography are also…

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    Reading is a very complex process and is difficult to teach to students with learning disabilities. No one reading program will work to teach all children with learning disabilites to read. Today, many students with learning disabilities cannot read or have limited reading skills. Parents, teachers, specialists, and advocates are extremely concerned with these results, because students are graduating without the abilities to read street signs, grocery items, or navigate around their communities.…

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    The first day of open courts was really cold, I had stop practicing with my brother for about two years because he had to go to Alaska for the service. I then relearned how to hold the racquet properly and how to hit the ball over the net properly. Then I was introduced to Tilley, he was one of the best tennis players I have seen. Tilley would sometimes practice with me and give me tips on what I should do in a situation such as if I hit the ball back to the opponent then I should always go back…

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    Jelena Jankovic Jelena Jankovic is a Siberian tennis player born on 28 of February 1985. she is a former world number 1 singles tennis player. she achieved this feat in the year 2008 with her appearance in the US Open. her career is filled with accolades in the game of tennis. she is a well known name in the Tennis history and plays with a Furious enthusiasm. she is one of those players who brings excitement to the Tennis Court and keeps her audiences on the toes. she is also a great…

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    In August of 2003 she underwent knee surgery and just a month later her half-sister Yetunde was murdered in Los Angeles, California. Serena’s tennis ranking slump up to 139. Many people said she seemed worn-out with no motivation to stay fit or keep up with the title she once had. Soon after she took a trip out to West Africa where she accredited her faith as a Jehovah’s Witness to start this new life changing journey. By 2009, she had released a new autobiography called “Queen of the Court” and…

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    Gun Control Controversy

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    of this is concern has been raised concerns among citizens who own gun shops, students and professors on universities that may allow open carry, law enforcement and everyday citizens. Texas residents are big fans of owning guns and having the ability to access them at whatever time they choose. However, many accidents have occurred in parts of the United States. Although, mass public shootings have been occurring the State of Texas is resistant to getting rid of guns and enforcing tighter gun…

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    In 1999 Serena Williams won a singles victory at the U.S. Open, which made her the second black woman to win a Grand Slam title. The first being Althea Gibson. As an african american tennis player Serena has overcome and dealt with many difficulties. She has been told that she and her sister Venus (also a tennis player) are arrogant and unfriendly to others on the court and off the court. Serena is well known for her tennis skill and all the events that she has won at a young age. She also…

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    I have decided to write a response paper to Jamie Schultz’s: “Reading the Catsuit: Serena Williams and the Production of Blackness at the 2002 U.S. Open.” I really enjoyed reading her journal and all the opinions regarding Serena William’s infamous catsuit. Although there are some negative opinions regarding Williams’ choice of outfit and the way she presents herself, but she has challenged the normative white identity in women’s tennis. She has pushed the boundaries not only in tennis, but also…

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    singles. She is so great that many people think she will break Margaret Court’s record of 24 Grand Slam Singles. On the other hand, others do not believe that she will be able to since she is close to the age of retirement. However, Navratilova believes that “the way Williams play is key to her chances,” (Reporter). They way Williams play is so unique to her that a competitor might lose focus trying to anticipate her next move. To conclude, Serena Williams is my favorite tennis player because…

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    Most of those who choose to open carry are proud that we are supported by the other peacekeepers out there and having that support causes us to be confident that we can protect ourselves and our families if the situation presents its self. Some anti-gun activists assume that if we have an open carry permit, we would be more likely to harm others than those who choose not to open carry. Just as it would be unfair to say that all gun owners are responsible with their weapons, in my opinion, most…

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