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    Court Visit Reflection for Criminal Case State v. Monfort Zirui Chen University of Washington   Part 1 What courthouse did you attend? I attend to the King County Superior Court. Date attended? I attended the court on February 23rd, 2015. Judge’s name? The judge’s name was Kessler, Ronald. What type of proceeding was it (criminal or civil)? The type of proceeding was criminal. What was the subject of the case (e.g., murder, personal injury, divorce, assault, etc.)? The subject of the case was murder

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    Crown Court Visit Report 1: Name and address of the court Manchester Crown Court Court of justice Crown Square Manchester M3 3FL 2: Date(s) visited November 23, 2015. 3: How many cases did you observe? 1 case 4: How many court officials were present and what were their titles and function The judge – He listens to the case and makes decisions in the Court. He is in charge of the courtroom. If the accused is found guilty, the judge will impose the sentence. The court clerk – The clerk administers

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    Court Visit

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    aim of the court report is to get you out of the classroom and into the courtroom to see how the law works in practice! We would like you to visit a court to observe proceedings for a couple of hours and then write a report on your visit. Planning your court visit It is important to have an understanding of the court system before you embark on your visit. Therefore, please complete the required reading for Week 1 and 2 before visiting a court. Your best chance of seeing a court case from

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    AJ 101 Course # Court Visit On November 29, 2011, I had the opportunity to go to Los Angles Superior Court and was able to sit and observe during a Preliminary Hearing. The case that I sat in was about a rape case in which a young girl of approximately twelve years old said that her grandfather, who was about sixty years old would sexually touch her and do certain things to her everytime she would go over to her grandparents house. The prosecutor asked the young girl a serious of questions such

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    Snohomish Court Visit

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    The Court Visit Visiting to Snohomish Court is my first time to experience about the court in my life. In my country, I never go to a court because I thought that only lawyers and people who break law need to attend in the court. To be honest, it is an amazing trip, so I will never forget the time when I was there. After I arrived at the Court at 8:20am, I was extremely worried because it was my first time to visit the court in the US. However, the employees of the Snohomish court are really nice

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    Thinking that prison is the absolute worst place to be is a folly upon whoever thinks it. Prison is comfy compared to being a soldier. Prison is absolute heaven. What more can you ask for? You receive decent food, have activities to keep you busy and if you aren't in a maximum security you may even get to walk around and enjoy your day as you wish. Prison is comfy. You get blankets and pillows and can make friends with other inmates. There are bars on the windows so people can't escape. Sleep is

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    “The Storm” by Kate Chopin The entire setting of the story "The Storm" by Kate Chopin is an accurate reflection of an adulterous situation. It employs the symbol "The Storm" to portray an exact circumstance that acknowledges the existence of unfaithfulness through adultery. The story took place in the period 1800s and gives a clear account of an affair that constituted Calixta who was the protective mother to Bibi and the wife to Bobinot, Alcee, the husband to Clarisse. The relationship among the

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    I observed court operations at the Plantation Key Government Center in Tavernier, Florida twice: on October 7th and November 4th. I observed Chief Circuit Judge Carlos Garcia in courtroom A. The courthouse is located in the 16th Judicial Circuit of Florida and it’s a state trial court with general jurisdiction. The first visit was cut short, in part because it was a lighter criminal day than planned, but also I was flabbergasted by the lack of professionalism that was present in this courtroom. I’m

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    Zanker Vs. Vartkosa

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    Introduction: Some visits have been made to the Supreme Courts and the Local Courts respectively for report assignment. The court visits are meaningful for Business law students to further understand the Australian court and law system through actual participation in court proceedings. This report will provide a reflective discussion on the experiences and observations at the court visits and also examine briefly the civil case of Zanker v Vartkosa (1988). Some of the useful case recordings are online

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    Introduction: Some visits have been made to the Supreme Courts and the Local Courts respectively for report assignment. The court visits are meaningful for Business law students to further understand the Australian court and law system through actual participation in court proceedings. This report will provide a reflective discussion on the experiences and observations at the court visits and also examine briefly the civil case of Stephen Thomas v Graham Murray. Some of the useful case recordings

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