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    Constitution had three elements, each of them owned individualistic powers, and each of them shared their power so well that they didn’t know what to say if whether the constitution is an aristocracy, democracy, or tyranny. The Consuls known as “magistrates” advantaged the military and are the ultimate masters of the government. The Senate proposed laws and had the control of the money and other valuable things. The constitution made a list or categories of who could vote and who could not.…

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    century B.C, the Roman state was designated as a republic with two consuls, or chief magistrates who were always appointed and continued even after the formation…

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    Men, women, two dogs, and even a four year old girl were accused of practicing witchcraft in Salem, Massachusetts in 1692. Some people were convicted and hung, while one person was even sentenced to death by stone. Many people were sent to jail to await their trials, so many that the jails soon became crowded. The lives of many people in the town of Salem were affected by the trials when about 200 people were accused of practicing witchcraft, nineteen people were hung and one person was…

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    company up and made heaps of money and was buying more of what he wanted than he needed. After, he had trouble with his workers and clients so he left and became homeless. The Big Issue has helped him find himself again and get back on track. At the Magistrates’ court we experienced a few different court cases. Some were boring and very hard to understand whilst others were interesting. I enjoyed going to the courts as I had never been before and it was a next experience for…

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    no need for an attorney. If worker receives no payment or the proper compensation then the lawyer attempts to persuade the employer or insurance firm to give you the right payment. If the lawyer efforts still fail then the case is forwarded to a Magistrate. The Workers Compensation Commission will order the insurance firm to make necessary payments after a decision is made on the case. A lawyer takes the matter to court if the company or insurance firm refuses the pay the employee compensation…

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    The Puritans followed the Bible as closely as possible. The magistrates referred to one scripture in the Bible time and time again as to see how to deal with the accused witches, “Thou shalt not suffer a witch to live” (Exodus 22:18). Since the Puritans followed the Bible so strictly, they believed all accused witches that had been proven guilty were to be hanged or burned at the stake. The Puritans also believed North America to be the Devils country. They began to fear anything new and…

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    Case Brief Of Us Vs Leon

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    Brief of U.S. v. Leon 2 United States v. Leon 468 U.S. 897, 104 Ct. 3430, 104 S. Ct.3405,82L. Ed.2d677 (1984) Petitioner: Unites States Respondent: Alberto Leon Police officers monitored the drug activities of Leon. A search warrant had been issued upon the monitoring of the activities. A lot of drugs were confiscated. Leon was charged…

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    Utopia Research Paper

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    The middle of Utopia is 200 miles wide but narrows toward the ends of the islands. The figure of the island represents a sort of crescent shape. Natural protections of the island is obviously the water fully surrounding the island. There are also rocks under a harbour that are very dangerous to navigate around. The original name of the island was Abraxa but, a group called Utopus conquered the island that now carries its name. In the city, people live in almost identical houses. A man is able…

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    Crime Vs Hate Crime

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    Every country has its own laws and ways of dealing with crime. In the United States, we are used to the way our laws work and how the courts function. Other countries are used to the way their laws work, however, when you compare the U.S. with other countries there are many differences that are interesting to look at. Many countries struggle with certain crimes that we may not have a very big problem with. You could also face serious jail time in other countries where the U.S. may only give a…

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    Judges Vs Federal Courts

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    The federal court system is quite large today. Despite its current size, the United States Constitution requires only one court but allows Congress to create more as needed. That is the foundation for the current multilevel court structure. In these federal courts, important decisions are made by appointed judges concerning federal legislation and constitutional rights of citizens. Therefore, it is an important duty when officials go through the selection of Justices and Judges. The following…

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