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    For slide 3 city of troy thingy A hollow wooden statue of a horse in which the Greeks concealed themselves in order to enter Troy built by Epeius he was a master carpenter and pugilist. There was a ten year war so they built the wooden horse in which they thought was a piece offering and dragged the horse inside there city. But inside the wooden horse was a group of Greek warriors twas 80ft tall yo apparently was an offering to the god Athena the god of war For slide 4…

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    witness or that signed the affidavits, the reason why they issued the search warrant, the officer(s) name that requested the search warrant, time of when search will be done, if possible, the name of the judge or magistrate to whom the warrant will be returned to, date it was issued, magistrate or judges signature and their official title. The police may search a person and the immediate surroundings without a search warrant when they arrest someone. Search warrant should indicate everything…

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    14 years old was charged and arraigned with Culpable Homicide Punishable with Death (first degree murder) for the accidental discharge of his father’s hunting gun that eventually killed his brother. He was arraigned on a holding charge before a magistrate court (that has no jurisdiction to try the case) and was remanded in adult prison. He was in custody for about a year awaiting trial in flagrant violation of both constitutional and procedural laws that protect him as a minor. His father who…

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    The magistrates, Roman Senate, and the assemblies and tribunes are the three parts of the government. However, the most powerful one is the magistrates or the consuls. They controlled the tripartite, army, and decide if the people were guilty or not on court cases. They were elected only for one year and had the potential to control the citizens and other people that served in the government. The second government is that Roman Senate. They guide the magistrates and served forever…

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    The Scarlet Letter is essentially a story of crime, sin, and punishment. It tells a story of a woman who has broken both Biblical and statutory law. Richard Bellingham portrays the puritan justice system as he is the chief magistrate who sentences Hester Prynne. Many elements of The Scarlet Letter are accurate to that time, although Hawthorne does steer away from some realities in his fictional tale. The whole rule of the law in the story is signified by a small group of men;…

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    I chose to compare and contrast the United States’ criminal justice system with England’s system. One significant aspect of the United States’ criminal justice system is due process. Due process is defined by www.reference.com as “the principle that an individual cannot be deprived of life, liberty, or property without appropriate legal procedures and safe guards (www.reference.com)”. There are many similarities and differences between these two countries, and this paper is aimed to show how…

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    people also had the right to vote to pass or repeal laws. Roman citizens held the final say in passing laws. However, this came with limitations, such as, only voting on what the magistrates proposed. Even though they ultimately decided which laws came into effect, they could not create new laws on their own. Elected magistrates proposed all laws, not the people.…

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    The Roman Forum

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    The Roman Forum was a great center of commerce, an architectural wonder, and most importantly a governmental supercenter. The Roman Forum was an architectural wonder due to its massive size. The Forum was made up of many buildings, including; The Curia (a senate building), The Temple of Antoninus and Faustina, The Temple of Saturn, and more. The Roman Forum was also very architecturally significant because it created the style that we use today for our state capitols. This proves that the…

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    Instructions Subsequent the closing arguments, the magistrate charges the jury, or advises them of the appropriate law and of what must perform to attain a verdict. G. Jury Deliberations & Announcement of the Verdict Subsequent to being charged, the jury leaves into deliberation, the procedure of determining whether a respondent is guilty or not guilty; throughout this process, no one connected with the trial can communicate the jury without the magistrate and attorneys. If the jury has…

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    Law is an integral part of society; it is what guides humanity away from anarchy and pandemonium. However, just as easily as law leads people to morality, it can become overreaching and command them into forcible submission to authority. Both divine laws, those derived from the biblical teachings of God, and civil law, or the laws set forth by authority figures of society, can often become obstacle in man’s venture for self-consciousness, however. In Albert Camus’ The Stranger, Meursault lacks…

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