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    Disney Court Case

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    hard not to pay attention to. I thought she picked a great topic to present on, I found the stories of the different cases incredibly interesting, and even humorous at some points. I felt that she kept everyone's attention throughout the presentation by the way she presented the information, she was not only loud but you could tell she wanted to be there and wanted to share these cases with us. She began by introducing herself and telling us about traffic lawns and not to text and drive, as well as

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    Magistrates Court Cases

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    Magistrate’s court All criminal cases start in a magistrates’ court. Cases are heard by either having 2 or 3 magistrates or a district judge. There isn’t a jury in a magistrates’ court. Cases that the magistrate’s court deal with include: most motoring offences, minor criminal damage, and being drunk and disorderly in a public area. They also deal with burglary offences and drug offences. Courts always pass cases that are more serious like rape, murder, and robbery which are known as ‘indictable

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    Court Case Study

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    The video link is the place the victim is taken to a room within the court building usually and is linked up to the courtroom where the trial is taking place, like skyping. So, the victim sits in front of a television screen and the camera is focused on them, for the barristers and sometimes judge, in the court to ask questions and the victim can answer, without being in the actual court. This special measure enables the victim to be in a safe environment away from the courtroom. This also in some

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    Divorce Court Cases

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    parties despite gender. In 1849, the courts became responsible for divorce, and the grounds included “Life imprisonment, any infamous crime involving a violation of the conjugal duty, and any such misconduct as permanently destroys the happiness- any such misconduct as permanently destroys the happiness of the petitioner and defeats the purpose of the marriage relation” (Simmons, 1998). In the 1950s, the Family Court system was created so that there were specific courts to handle the responsibilities

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    Satan Court Case

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    read in the paper or find within the annals of history. But, when you study the Scriptures, you will see that very story come to life. It is the story of Satan’s conflict with God and His people. Before Christ’s death, Satan stood within the heavenly court and slanderously accused countless people before God (Job 1:6). In this capacity he accused both Job and Joshua (Job 1:9-11; Zech. 3:1-3). And, like some prosecuting attorneys, he used cunning and deceit to accomplish his mission. In fact, it is said

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    about Federal Courts which deals with caseloads and case filings. Also, there are a lot of aspects that are involves in case filings in U.S Courts such as civil, criminal, prisoner petitions, and minor criminal. Furthermore, the rule of four has been a major factor when choosing which cases to review every year. And, I believe if we want to reduce the amounts of federal caseloads we need to adapt to a similar approach like the one specialized federal courts use when deciding which cases to hear. According

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    What is Magistrate Court? Magistrate Court is the lowest of DeKalb’s courts. If the court system was a hospital, Magistrate is triage. Most all criminal cases start here from stealing a candy bar to murder. We do not see cases all the way to the end. What do we do? We issue warrants and review bond. We can only do three things on a hearing: dismissed cases, reset cases or bind over cases. (Bind over means send the case to a higher court to finish them out) We do not determine if someone is

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    1. What type of cases you heard and how are District Court cases different from Superior Court cases? At Superior Court I went to courtroom 4C and 3C. I heard cases about felony such as breaking and entering a house, possession of drugs, fraud, larceny, probation violation, possession of stolen goods, and injury to property. At District Court I went to courtroom 1C and 1D. I heard cases about misdemeanor such as assault inflicting injury, simple assault, impaired driving, speeding, and revocation

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    1) The statute that the Court have to interpret is whether they should consider the blood test. a) “blood test in civil actions. Whenever it shall be relevant in a civil action to determine the parentage or the identity of any child, . . . the court. . . may direct that any party to the action and the person involved in the controversy to submit to one or more blood tests, to be made by duly qualified physicians. Whenever such test is ordered and made the results thereof shall be receivable in

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    Drug Court Case Study

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    Since no drug court follow an uniform standard model, each state addressed the issue depending on their own jurisdiction model or code with slight variation of the six requirements under Morrissey (Oram & Gleckker, 2006). In State v. Cassill-Skilton (2004), Washington state statute authorized the creation of drug courts but failed to provide the provisions for operating the treatment program. The notice requirement became the center focus of the case where the defendant was admitted into a drug treatment

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