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Criminal Law: A Critical Analysis of the Crown Court

IntroductionThe Crown Court is part of the Supreme Court of Judicature and deals with the most serious of criminal offences. This article will detail some important facts regarding the Crown Court, examining its origins and exploring the reasons for its introduction. Next will be a detailed account of the procedures involved within the Crown Court, such as who the judge is and what role the judge has regarding the trial. Others areas considered will be how evidence is presented, and sentencing that may be imposed on a person who has been found guilty of an offence. The...

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Criminal Law: A Critical Analysis of the Magistrate Court

Introduction The Magistrates' Courts play an extremely important role inside the criminal justice system within the United Kingdom. This brief article will assess the functions of the magistrates' court and evaluate the effectiveness of having a mechanism for determining the guilt of a defendant based solely on the discretion of the magistrates present. Before assessing the origins of the magistrate court, there will be a brief examination of what a magistrate is and what their functions are. Following from this, a brief insight into the origins of the magistrate court will be given,...

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Trying to Define Criminal Law

We hear about law everyday whether we realize it or not. It's in our Government, in our work, and even in our houses. One type of law is Criminal law, which is also known as Penal law. This is "The body of statutory and common law that deals with crime and the legal punishment of criminal offenses." Inside of criminal law there is four major theories of criminal justice: - Punishment - Deterrence - Incapacitation - Rehabilitation This form of law is essential...

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ABC’s of Crime and Criminal Law

What is Criminal Laws?The U.S. Congress and state legislature execute criminal laws. Traditionally, the state courts have adopted the criminal laws based on the common law from England.The current movement is for the legislature, instead of the courts to compose criminal law. The majority of the crimes that are committed are protected by state criminal laws. For instance, if a crime such as a robbery took place within a state, and was committed by individuals from the state, it will be covered by state criminal laws.Some of the crimes that are dealt with as Federal crimes include: Federal employees Federal taxes Federal property Receipt...

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Spiritual Law Vs. Criminal Law

Criminal law and spiritual law sometimes coincide, but oftentimes not. In a spiritual sense, you're free to do what you want; the ultimate test of whether or not a given act or behavior violates spiritual law is if it hurts you or another person."The only power any government has is the power to crack down on criminals. Well, when there aren't enough criminals, one makes them. One declares so many things to be a crime that it becomes impossible for men to live without breaking laws." Ayn RandBelow we outline circumstances that clarify what is a crime and what isn't-from...

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8:07 AM – Beer, Hot Girls And Hot Tubs – What More Could A Guy Ask For?

The city of Longview, Texas, is a Located off Interstate 20, a little over a hundred miles east of Dallas. It's a town of about 70,000 people, and lately a lot of them have been talking about what is going on at a local business called Don's Fly Thru Beer Barn.You see, Don had a problem. His business requires folks to sit in their car and drive through a long garage-like building where customers can buy beer without getting out of their car. But when traffic got backed up a bit, people were getting impatient and driving...

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John Dillinger Belongings Head to Auction Block

Mike Thompson vividly remembers the knock. It was 1971 and he was a teenager."I opened the door and standing there was Rod Serling from 'The Twilight Zone' and another gentleman," Thompson says. "They were working on a documentary and they wanted to interview my mom. I invited them in. It was surreal."Thompson's mother was Frances Dillinger, the younger stepsister of notorious bank robber John Dillinger. Thompson telephoned his mom, but she was working and said she might not be able to break away. "Serling waited for a while, but they had to leave," Thompson says. "They couldn't wait."His mom's reaction...

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Wholesale House Flipping 65% Rule (The Big Myth)

This is my very first article. I am just now catching up to the internet world. I played professional golf most of my life, but have been an active real estate investor and wholesaler for around 22 years.I have contracted over 200 homes in that period of time. Most of those homes I have flipped to other investors / rehabbers and made a very quick and fairly easy profit. I have also kept many homes to rehab and retail out and many of them I kept for rental property, to build long term wealth.I have used several different exit strategies...

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What Is Integrated Marketing and Why Should I Care?

An integrated marketing agency can help you learn why you should care about their craft. It is a comprehensive approach to marketing that makes sure you have a consistent message across all types of channels and campaigns. The brand is the driver of the format, and that format is carried throughout, integrating every piece. This not only creates a strong brand image, but also allows each channel to support the next, creating an interconnected web of tools for the customer's experience.With the rise in the technology came numerous new ways to promote companies. Websites, social media, smart devices, mobile devices,...

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Why Litigation Is Nothing More Than A Business Tool – 26 Unbreakable Rules of Litigation!

From Bill Gates at the end of the last century to John D. Rockefeller at the end of the previous century; from Rick Scott, founder of Columbia Health Care, to AT&T: from Richard Branson and British Airlines to Dan Peña and The Financial Times; from government, banking, insurance and every other facet of world commerce - to grow geometrically and stay around, litigation must be (prudently) used and mastered.I will, as briefly as I can, memorialize the salient points of using litigation as a business tool.Now before I start, I want it on the record, some 50% of my 30-year...

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