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    Jurisdiction This paper will define jurisdiction and train investigators in the topic. The U.S. Attorney’s Office believes in training investigators in this particular subject. We have a subject located in our neighboring state we are wanting to properly arrest, but before we do so training investigators in this matter. Subject Matter and Personal Jurisdiction For the most part Subject Matter Jurisdiction and Personal Jurisdiction deal with federal court jurisdiction. Governed by Article III of the Constitution and 28 USC§§ 1331 AND 1332. In order for a court to have jurisdiction overt all parties involved, they must be connected to the same state satisfied by citizenship to that particular state. For example, Texas would have jurisdiction…

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    Jurisdiction This paper will define jurisdiction and train investigators in the topic. The U.S. Attorney’s Office believes in training investigators in this particular subject. The power of jurisdiction granted by the U.S. Supreme Court to lower courts to hear cases. We have a subject located in our neighboring state we are wanting to properly arrest, but before we do so training investigators in this matter. Subject Matter Jurisdiction and Personal Jurisdiction For the most part Subject…

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    United States courts have seven key types of jurisdiction. The first type of jurisdiction is personal jurisdiction. Personal Jurisdiction is the authority the court has over the person. The second type of jurisdiction is subject matter jurisdiction. Subject Matter Jurisdiction is the authority granted upon a court to hear a particular type of case. The third type of jurisdiction is geographical jurisdiction. Geographical jurisdiction is the authority the court has to hear cases that arise…

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    QUESTION PRESENTED Given the long-arm statute, which state or federal courts have proper personal jurisdiction over Wal-Mart and Smith Family Farms from the illness of a tainted cantaloupe that originated in Colorado? BRIEF ANSWER Given the long arm statute, Tennessee state or federal courts will most likely have proper personal jurisdiction over Wal-Mart but not over Smith Family Farm. As the principal place of business and place of incorporation, Wal-Mart is subject to suit in both Arkansas…

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    law as they are at the time of review. Another advantage of merits review is that the Court is not bound by strict rules of evidence, and proceedings are often faster, cheaper, and easier for those that self-represent. The CAA is Commonwealth legislation, so merits review is conducted at the Administrative Appeals Tribunal (AAT). Merits review allows for a decision to be determined on its merits of fact and law. Merits review can vary, affirm, or set aside a decision, which is favourable to…

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    with those same things. But you survived, and now are tasked with rebuilding your life, but with what? It’s all gone. Then a hotshot, Washington, D.C. lawyer comes to town saying he wants to help. Skeptical at first, his persistence shows the guinuineship of his effort, so you decide to let him represent you. And so begins the legal battle that is described in Gerald Stern’s book “The Buffalo Creek Disaster”, a retelling of the events that happened following one of West Virginia’s worst…

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    disputes concerning the Constitution and laws that are passed by Congress. This essay will be inclusive of how the Supremacy clause of the United States constitution can affect jurisdiction,…

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    this after shave and by using it, his face has adopted a permanent shade of blue. We will evaluate which jurisdiction this case falls under, as well as touch base on alternative dispute resolutions (ADR), the type of crime the companies incurred in when they switched the ingredients, the possible liabilities they can face and ethical principles that…

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    EDMONTON - Lawyers have brokered a tentative deal to settle part of a class-action lawsuit filed over an E. coli outbreak and the largest meat recall in Canadian history. The lawsuit is against XL Foods Inc., which operated a meat-packing plant in southern Alberta during the tainted beef recall in 2012. Rick Mallett, a lawyer for the Edmonton law firm behind the class action, said the settlement is to cover refunds to consumers for products that were recalled. He said the proposed $1-million…

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    Original and appellant jurisdiction are both major factors in court cases. There are several key differences between the two however. Original jurisdiction is held by the court that hears a case first, usually a district court. Appellant jurisdiction is held in the circuit courts and is so called because a case can be appealed to the circuit courts to judge if the defendant’s due process right was violated or not. As mentioned previously, district courts hold original jurisdiction, but they only…

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