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    Law is a set of rules. Law can be utilized to anyone and is to restrict the human. The Malaysian Judicial System is based on the English legal system which succeeded by the history of the British. Malaysian Judicial System set for the cases like criminal and civil litigation. Litigation is a court process of starting and sustain or protecting a legal action. The Malaysian court system have both criminal and civil jurisdiction. They have power and have to be responsibility to hear certain cases.…

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    Charlotte Bronte’s novel Jane Eyre (1847) predicts two possible outcomes of a woman’s future during the eighteenth century. Jane, the protagonist, represents a positive outcome of a woman who could have easily “fallen” because she is saved by a man’s protection and her class status – both provided her uncle’s money. Though Jane’s piety contributes to her ability to refrain from less than savory activities, it is her class that affords her the freedom to follow her religious beliefs – through…

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    The Mason Wins The Prize

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    folktale that tells the story of a young mason who falls in love with a magistrate's daughter. Since the mason isn't at the same class level as the magistrate he can't marry her but, does the impossible in order to make his dream of marrying her come true. His mother speaks to the magistrate and begs him to allow her son to marry her daughter. The magistrate agrees but he gives him 3…

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    Waiting for the Barbarians follows the Magistrate of a colonial town and the events that occur around him when people hear that the barbarians are about to attack. The protagonist is the Magistrate and the antagonist is Colonel Joll. The colonial town is referred to as the Empire. Outside its borders reside the barbarians or nomads. Soldiers in town take them hostage, cruelly torture them for information and murder them for no reason. They do not even see them as humans. When rumor spreads that…

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    In ancient Greece, city-states held a lot of autonomy. For the most part, Greece didn't act as a whole, but as a collection of smaller pieces. In fact, these city-states were often even at war with one another. As such, there were major differences in how each city-state was run and in how much power citizens had within their respective city-states. Two of the most powerful city-states in ancient Greece were Athens and Sparta. Sparta In Spartan society, only warriors had a right to engage in…

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    corruption that the money causes relates to the corruption of the government in Josef’s realm due to all the excessive amounts of stress placed upon him. An instance in the novel for the corruption of the government would be when Josef questioned the Magistrate which is the head of the courtroom sessions he attends every Sunday, the head officer which he meets at an office to file evidence and his experienced and well-known lawyer Huld, about why he is suffering through all of these procedures…

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    are the drug charges always dropped when it gets to the JP?" ☀ I have seen some that have been dropped at the magistrates office. Numerous situations can be part of this, plea bargains, charges on hold if the defendant agrees to treatment, first time offenders, etc. I've also seen where it doesn't get the magistrates office at all. Examples: ☛ I've seen drug charges never make the magistrates office. ☛ A person overdosed at least 8 times and "NEVER" got ONE "constructive possession of a…

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    guilty, even if the accuser claims to be innocent. It is unethical to imbue prosecutors with so much unilateral power. The criminal justice system should consider reducing mandatory minimums, increasing resources for public defenders and administer a magistrate as an arbiter to balance the power between both parties. Reducing mandatory minimums allow the defendant to pursue a fair trial. Prosecutors use mandatory minimums to pressure the defendant to take a plea bargain deal, where additional…

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    Edward Joyce Case Study

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    Edward Joyce was charged with 2 counts of domestic violent assaults at the Sydney Downing Centre on Wednesday 29th of March. Mr Joyce’s ex girlfriend accused him of attacking her after finding out he had been cheating. Magistrate M Greenwood later dropped the charges under s61 of the Crimes (common assault prosecuted by indictment) Act 1900, as she was not convinced beyond reasonable doubt. On December 10th, 2016 police received a distressing call from Miss Adrian Cass accusing her boyfriend…

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    Shauna Reed Wetherington P4 AP Literature March 07, 2017 The Stranger Society is corrupt. A wide variety of injustice occurs frequently. People lie, cheat, steal, and commit crime. When this happens society reacts accordingly. In Albert Camus’ “The Stranger” justice is a major theme demonstrated in the society and within the lives of the characters. Monsieur Meursault is a character who doesn't show that he identifies with right decisions or morals. This causes his feelings to drift so far…

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