Legal research is not only about discovering how the law applies, it is also about determining how strong case is. Using legal research we are analyzing strength and weaknesses of client’s case, and using counteranalysis we determine how opponent can use weaknesses against us. In this paper we will establish why counteranalysis is important and why do we use it, when we use it and where we can apply it.
As Privy Council held in the case of "Wagon Mound (No 1)" that a party can only be held liable for damage that was reasonably foreseeable, the defendant should not be responsible for losses that are ‘too remote’ from the breach. It is obviously that the university could foresee that Brad have to quit his job to finish the degree and also need to pay for the fees.
The United States Court of appeals ruled that the suppressed evidence is purely impeaching evidence and no defense request has been made, the suppressed evidence is material only if its introduction probably would have resulted in acquittal. Given a minor role of Phillips' testimony and the limited impact that Phelps statement had on the jury's assessment of Phillips credibility, Maddox could not demonstrate that so the evidence probably would have resulted in an acquittal. Also, the evidence was immaterial under United States V.Blasco; the defendant filed a joint motion to suppress all physical evidence gathered by the officers and any statements made by the defendant. The magistrate found that the defendant did not have to raise a fourth amendment challenge and its suppression did not violate his (Maddox’s) due process right. For ongoing reasons, the district court's dismissal of Maddox's habeas petition was affirmed.
On the evening of January 5, 1993, Tracie Reeves and Molly Coffman, both twelve years of age and students at West Carroll Middle School, spoke on the telephone and decided to kill their homeroom teacher, Janice Geiger. They agreed that Coffman would bring rat poison to school the following days so that it could be placed in Geiger's drink. After that , they would steal Geiger's car and drive to the Smoky Mountains. On the morning of January 6, Coffman placed a packet of rat poison in her purse and board the school bus. Coffman told another student, Christy Hernandez, of the plan and show her the poison. Hernandez went and informed her homeroom teacher, Sherry
I returned Ms Dunlap call. She said wants to place a formal complaint against the CPS worker Miranda Larson because she illegally removed her children based on false accusations. She stated that Miranda, like the entire CW are doing criminal activities. She then asked me if I had talked to her attorney? What was my conversation about, What did I disclose to them? What did they told me about her? "Be honest" she said. I informed her that I do contact her attorney because in one her DHS 0170 form the Discrimination Complaint form, she provided us her attorney's phone number and my conversation was about how can we contact her. She said that we should not be talking to her attorney because she just fired her.
Laws have been put in place of the years to ensure that everyone has equal opportunities when it comes to getting a job, keeping a job, and having access to goods, services, and locations. Several of the laws that have been enacted over the years include the Family Medical Leave Act of 1993, the Age Discrimination Act of 1967, and the Americans with Disabilities of 1990.
I arrived upstairs when I was directed inside the apartment. I saw a tall male in a white shirt holding a firearm. I directed the male (later identified as Neil Weekly (property manager)) to drop the weapon. Neil handed me the firearm. I secured the weapon from Neil. Neil stated they were fighting and he came in to the apartment to see Clarence Morris with a gun. Neil stated that the female was in the room. I heard a female yelling and sobbing from the bedroom. I went into
Per the order received, the court suspended this case effective 1/11/17, with the NCP order to pay $350.00 per month on arrearage owed as of the suspension date.Fiscal reviewed case accounts; case overcharged by six months at the rate of $449.00 per month. . Therefore, the WC account balance was adjusted to $0.00 and the WA account balance was adjusted to $17,215.13. Caseworker A. Brant submitted the fiscal request.
Lisa Levan 231 Rasberry St. Bethlehem, Pa. 18018 (610) 442-6327 was advised of the identity of Investigator Sean P. Brennan and of the confidential nature and purpose of the interview, Levan, provided the following information:
On this date worker visited the residence of Mr. John and Claudia Peterson, for the purpose of making first victim contact. When worker arrived, Mr. Peterson was standing outside. He greeted worker and stated, "Something is wrong with her." According to Mr. Peterson, Mrs. Peterson does not do anything around the house except watch TV. She has a history of being verbally abusive, throwing the remote and dishes at him, and she has threatened to kill him before. The last time she threatened to kill him she was placed in Senior Care. However, Mr. Peterson checked her out AMA because the doctor would not talk to him. When asked about her behavior prior he stated, "She has always been like this just not this bad." Mrs. Peterson has no family or friends
In the Lethbridge, Mock Court trial the charged that was laid, and was to prove by the Crown took place under Section 445 (1) (b) of the Criminal code that entails, everyone who willfully and without lawful excuse places poison in such a position that it may easily be consumed by dogs, birds or animal that are not cattle and are kept for a lawful purpose (Justice Laws Website, 2018). The elements the accused satisfied within the offence consisted of, willfully and without reasonable cause, which directly relates to accused establishing the mens rea, one of three points to prove needed by the crown to successful convict the accused (Murray, 2018). The next element the accused was arraigned with, is placing poison in a position that is easily accessible for consumption by animals other than cattle (Murray, 2018). In addition, this establishes the actus reus of the actions the accused took in undertaking this offence. Identify was established through oral testimony, by the questions raised by the Crown (Murray, 2018).
Kate is the owner of a successful business, selling women’s shoes. Her business is expanding fast and she wants to upgrade her business structure to a more appropriate one. What would be your recommendation to Kate and why? What are the factors that influence you with this advice?
All these three concepts explained why Simon is not motivated. For instance, the lack of job enlargement. Simon’s task was easy and boring, which he did not seem to do well because of repetitions. His job scope was too tight or too little which resulted in boredom. In terms of job rotation, Simon wasn’t trained in different sections of a building inspector. This is because of his lack of qualifications. On the other hand of job enrichment, what made Simon not feeling motivated is because the fact that the job wasn’t the job that he really wanted in the first place and the job wasn’t really his passion.