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    Q.1. Give a brief description on the types of legal adjudication in practice through the world. ANSWER The legal adjudication in practice throughout the world is Court based settlements and Non Court based settlements. It also can be said Formal control mechanism and Informal control mechanism. Formal control mechanism is guide that helps to resolve the problems that may occur in the society and discourage those who are willing to disrupt the peace of the society Informal control mechanism is…

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    of Francis I (1515-1547), further showing the gap. In addition, the Protestant magistrates displayed how Protestantism was spreading at the time. The village witch and the charivari festival along with the village priest showed how people had a religious mindset with reminiscences of traditional village culture. Also, the persecution of Protestants in that time period is shown when at the end it writes how the magistrates were later executed because of their religious beliefs. I believe this…

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    Martha Carrier Analysis

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    conclude that manipulating the system was simple. To this day we see injustice in the court system, in this review Mather allows us to learn that injustice has changed its form but derived from our ancestors. During her “examination before the magistrates,” people portrayed acts of falling under her bewitchment (Mather 331). They accused Carrier of causing supernatural events on their lives and cattle. Even witches testified knowing and seeing her involved in witch meetings. Martha Carrier stood…

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    and to bring people to justice was not apparent this early on in the court. Many cases were decided in such a manner because of convenience, based on the social class of the defendant in comparison to the victim and there was crooked judges or magistrates. This case was one of those which spurred the need for improvement of the scientific aspect of the court system because people’s lives were depending on it. This is another flaw of the judicial system of the Victorian Era, people’s lives…

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    Aristophanes 'Lysistrata'

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    Introduction The Athenian playwright Aristophanes created the play Lysistrata during the Peloponnesian War in 411 B.C. Aristophanes created plays that symbolized his own opinions and views on topics affecting him and other Athens. The play Lysistrata describes Aristophanes views of the Peloponnesian War and the possibility of peace through uniting the forces of the Greek women. The play contains the themes of humor and sexuality, but the straightforward expression of war in the play describes…

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    Leon case, the Fourth Amendment exclusionary rule should not be applied so as to bar the use in the prosecution's case in chief of evidence obtained by officers acting in reasonable reliance on a search warrant issued by a detached and neutral magistrate but ultimately found to be invalid. Pp. 905-925. (United States v. Leon, (1984) No. 82- 1771.) In view of the modification of the exclusionary rule, the Court of Appeals' judgment cannot stand in this case. Only respondent Leon contended that…

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    Danforth In The Crucible

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    Danforth is a lacking character because he put the needs of the government ahead than caring for his people. Danforth refuses to free Proctor in the Crucibles,but other people likes him even though he finds and contain massive evidence from innocent people. His reasoning is that releasing them will make the courts look bad because they only executed a small amount of innocent people which even makes the court look more bad. Danforth shows the tendency to want to avoid making the court and…

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    government was separated into three sectors, elected magistrates, senate, and popular assemblies. The elected magistrates are civil officers with varying degrees of power, the powers starting with dictators on the top, below the dictator follows, censor, consul, curule, aedile, and finally praetors. The senate was made up of elite and veteran politicians appointed by the consuls and censors, and they were tasked with serving as advisors to the magistrates. The popular assemblies were made up of…

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    Lysistrata Themes

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    no good reason. Aristophanes’ also describes that another possible cause of the war was money. Wars require more than energy and fighting it also requires money. Aristophanes creates a dialogue between Lysistrata and Magistrate, “Lysistrata: Do? Why, we’ll take charge of it. Magistrate: You in charge of state money? Lysistrata: Well, what’s so strange about that? We’ve always been in charge of all you…

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    Peleoponnesian War” (Proietti 1987, x). o Thesis: It was the combination of individual humility and national pride that allowed Sparta to gain a strong military presence in the Mediterranean. Body Paragraph #1 (Document): o “…obedience to the magistrates and the laws is found in the highest degree in Sparta” (X.Lac.chapter8.section#3). This quote demonstrates the authoritarian nature of the Spartan culture. o…

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