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  • State Court Survey Case Study

    Assignment Two: State Court Survey In Arizona, the majority of cities and towns have a municipal court which is sometimes also called city or magistrate court. This court hears misdemeanor and petty offense violations within their town or city. City or town magistrates preside over some criminal and civil traffic cases. Criminal traffic cases with no serious injuries and civil traffic cases that involve violations of city ordinances. They have the ability to issue Orders of Protection and…

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  • Juvenile Court Injustice

    to order commitment of a youth to the House of Refuge, these include commissions and by courts (Gehring). Most of the juvenile’s day…

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  • Vandeley Industries Case Study

    P.2d 1124 (Okla. Civ. App. 1993). In most instances, an employee traveling either to or from work is not considered to be acting within the scope of their employment. Id.; Skinner v. Braum’s Ice Cream Store, 890 P.2d 922 (Okla. 1995). However, the court has recognized exceptions to the “coming and going” rule. An employee is acting within the scope of employment when the employer instructs the employee to render a service or complete a task or if the trip would confer an incidental benefit to…

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  • Gregory Lee Johnson Case Analysis

    Convention, Johnson decided upon a form of political protest that would shock the nation. By burning an American flag given to him during the protest, Johnson landed his case up to the Supreme Court. He was first convicted by the Texas courts for desecration of a venerated object. It was later brought to the Supreme Court of the United States as to whether burning the American flag is an offense at all. Protected under the First Amendment as it is seen as “symbolic speech,” it is…

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  • Teresa V. Graham's Mushroom Patch Issues: Case Study

    1) Teresa v Graham Graham’s Mushroom Patch Issues Graham’s license to use the mushroom patch on Apple Manor was terminated in the summer of 1991 but Graham kept on using the land. Graham is in a position to make a claim to be registered as a proprietor of the mushroom patch land, which Teresa wants to stop. Adverse Possession Benedetta’s name is on the legal title of Apple Manor making her the original proprietor owner of the land. Teresa would have to take action on Benedetta’s behalf or…

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  • Poddar Case Summary

    VITALY TARASOFF et al., Plaintiffs and Appellants, v. THE REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA et al., Defendants and Respondents S.F. No. 23042 Supreme Court of California 17 Cal. 3d 425; 551 P.2d 334; 131 Cal. Rptr. 14; 1976 Cal. LEXIS 297; 83 A.L.R.3d 1166 Superior Court of Alameda County, No. 405694, Robert L. Bostick, Judge. Introduction The plaintiffs are the parents of the deceased Tatiana Tarasoff accused the defendants Gold,Moore, Powelson, Yandell, and the Regents of the…

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  • Religious Freedom: An Argumentative Analysis

    aforementioned individuals place of work. The elegance and sheer equitability of the solution is remarkable; it allows for all parties involved to have an outcome that is at least partially satisfactory with out infringing on personal liberties. The court justifiably applied the already included provision of the ACA, to for-profit institutions. The alternatives being either, create a situation where employees do not have access to subsidized contraceptives, or individuals are forced to subsidize…

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  • Death Of A Salesman Play Analysis

    day be a lawyer and present a case to the Supreme Court, but that is exactly what happens to Bernard. Willy went over to Charley’s house to ask for money to pay off his insurance, he ran into Bernard and has a whole conversation with him. Right when Bernard is about to leave for Washington Charley walks in and makes mention of the Supreme Court “How do you like this kid? Gonna argue a case in front of the Supreme Court. [then WIlly says] The Supreme Court! And he didn't even mention it!” beside…

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  • Grice Court Cases

    By failing to condemn or even analyze the detectives’ actions, the Grice court paid little heed to the Supreme Court’s principle that “an officer’s leave to gather information is sharply circumscribed when he steps off [public] thoroughfares and enters the Fourth Amendment’s protected areas.” By ruling as it did, the Grice court handed down an overly-generous interpretation of a license’s scope, the implications of which are worrisome to the future of Fourth Amendment protected areas. The…

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  • Basulto Vs. Hialeah Automotive: Case Study

    in a contract disagreement between parties. The plaintiffs in the case were Roberto Basulto and Raquel Gonzalez, whom were husband and wife and considered by the courts to be “the buyers”. On the other hand, the defendant in the case was Hialeah Automotive, LLC, who also went by the name of Potamkin Dodge, and was considered by the courts to be “the dealership” (Basulto v. Hialeah, 2014). In 2004, Basulto and Gonzalez purchased from Hialeah Automotive a 2005 Dodge Caravan. According to the…

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