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    The Bar Council regulates the work of barristers so they are your go-to people in case you have any complaints. Legal Executives Legal executives are legally qualified professionals employed largely by solicitors and usually specialising in a given area of law and they are regulated by the Institute of Legal Executives. Legal executives can work in various locations apart from law firms. For instance, obtaining senior roles in the legal departments of commercial organisations,…

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    Crown Court Case Analysis

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    visited Hendon Magistrates court and the physical structure of both courts is similar. The accused and a probation officer sit in a room with a huge glass window. The accused representation sits closest to…

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    Geoffrey Faber Memorial Prize for fiction. The novel is about a city magistrate in a village of a nameless empire. The narrator, who we do not learn name of, becomes involved with a "barbarian" woman after visiting soldier captures some tribes people and brings them back to the camp for "interrogation." The woman is blind, and the magistrate begins a strange relationship with her. The…

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    Intro Due to his own careless driving, Sam has driven into the back of a vehicle which was inhabited by a driver at the time. Sam is requiring information regarding the structures of both civil and criminal courts. Sam’s actions have ultimately resulted in the injuries of the other driver and damage to the vehicle. Police were called to the scene where an arrest of Sam was made and a charge of dangerous driving was positioned. The injured driver has the intent to sue Sam in negligence for the…

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    to face with the magistrate. When she knew something…

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    “othering” process finally completes on the Magistrate in J. M. Coetzee’s 1980 novel Waiting for the Barbarians when he is physically tortured after opposing the Empire. While his torturers are beating his skull, his mind and body separate, and in turn, his perspective on the meaning of humanity is reformed. Torture convinces the Magistrate that it is his flesh and bones that make him human, not his ideas. When his body is ground down to its lowest point, the Magistrate is incapable of thinking…

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    Similar to Rome’s government institution, which included an Assembly where citizens of men would elect consuls, tribunes, and magistrates. These two government institutions were founded under the influence of the wealthy group. For instance, the Carthaginians governmental power belonged to the wealthy of the Suffetes and Rome’s to the Patricians. Carthaginian 's two chief magistrates, aka the Suffetes, would compare to the Consuls of the Roman government. Although Carthage and Rome had some…

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    Hollard Primary Interest

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    “According to O*net the task for judges, magistrate judges, and magistrates are read documents on pleadings and motions to ascertain facts and issues, ruling on admissibility of evidence and methods of conducting testimony, instruct juries on applicable laws, direct juries to deduce the facts from the evidence…

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    Murri Court was founded in Queensland in 2002 in response to the increasing representation of Indigenous Australian people in prison. This court sentences Indigenous offenders who plead guilty to offences which fall within the jurisdiction of the Magistrates Court, for example assault or theft. His Honour, Judge Irwin quoted, “there is a way we can do better for indigenous people and reduce their level of over representation in the prison population,”…

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    tension, grief and what today is known as post-traumatic stress disorder. The magistrates used anger, fear and the psychological state of residents to establish trust and power. The occurrences in Salem were the result of the girls practicing fortune-telling and one girl receiving an undesirable answer. Tituba confirmed that she had signed the devil’s book and accused Good and Osborne, which led to the hunt that the magistrates used to gain power and wealth. The Salem witch trials resulted from…

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