Trial by jury within the English legal system

The English Legal system began in the year 1215 under the Magna Carta, which was then signed by King John. Pursuant to Article 39 of the Magna Carta: “No free man shall be arrested, or imprisoned, or deprived of his property, or outlawed, unless by legal judgement of his peers, or by the law of […]

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Prison Rehabilitative Industries and Diversified Enterprises

Thousands of hard working Americans have lost their jobs to narcotic dealers, armed robbers, pedophiles, and rapists because minimum wage does not apply to inmates because inmate labor is very inexpensive. It is very difficult for a private company to compete against a prison that produces the same goods, especially if the prison pays an […]

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The Second Amendment

For the last few thousand years, weapons had scared the world history with hundreds not to say thousands of wars and slaughter of human being. People are to kill or be killed. Weapons are a common element of the modern world. The first weapon dates from the stone age which about 2,000,000 BC. At this […]

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Ten Commandments

In 1980 the Court denied a law in Kentucky that required the posting of the Ten Commandments in all classrooms. Then in 1984 the Equal Access law gave students the right to hold religious meetings in public high schools outside class hours. Following this decision in Wallace v. Jeffries the Engle decision was passed stating […]

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I was watching the episode of COPS and I felt a need to voice my opinion about how horrible the sting operation the Alberquerque police department preformed. Leaving a $4000 bike out in the open to try to entice people to steal it is horrific! I live in a city filled with robberies, car theft, […]

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London Golf and Country Club

It was just after eleven p. m. at the London Golf and Country Club and Gary Stevens a middle-aged male with a wife and two children was preparing to leave his work for the night. Gary was the secretary there and had just finished preparing the establishment’s financial report for the previous year which was […]

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Law and Order

Source A shows that the Mormons were very organized – due to the fact that they didn’t want to go to the West for money, they wanted to build a community, far from the eastern states. Because of this, they concentrated on making their city successful, including law and order. Evidence to show this is […]

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Do we have enough freedom

To answer this question I first had to ask myself the question, What is freedom? Political revolution? Putting a metal stud through your tongue? Standing on a box in the park and saying what you think? Backpacking around the world? Not being persecuted or tortured? Holding a passport and the right to vote? Spiritual enlightenment? […]

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The Compton Three

We go back through the streets of Los Angeles and we see a scruffy basketball court, packed with “ballers,” some of these players could have been professionals and gone to college if they hadn’t been caught up in the gangster, drug-dealing lifestyle. As we walk through the barbwire gate, we look over and see money […]

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Byron’s law

The ‘death’ of young Byron Shields, a seven month old foetus in a road rage accident in 2001 was the catalyst for immense controversy over the lack of legislation protecting unborn children, particularly from incidents where the death occurred either intentionally, or at the very least, because the assailant has acted recklessly. However, it was […]

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