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  • Essay about Gang Injunctions

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    Constitutionality of Gang Injunctions Ryan Jacobsen* TABLE OF CONTENTS I. II. III. IV. V. VI. VII. VIII. IX. INTRODUCTION ........................................................................................................ 1 GENERAL STANDARD FOR ISSUING AN INJUNCTION .................................... 3 WHAT IS A CIVIL GANG INJUNCTION? ............................................................... 4 HISTORY AND EFFECTIVENESS OF GANG INJUNCTIONS ..........................

  • The Civil Injunction Process Essay

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    Running head: THE CIVIL INJUNCTION PROCESS The Civil Injunction Process STUDENT’S NAME PROFESSOR’S NAME The Civil Injunction Process The following scenario presents key players in any law enforcement agency, possible dialogs, inter-agency politics, and concerns when change is proposed. The facts come from an actual experience in Redondo Beach, California. This study is about using the "Civil Injunction Process" against street gangs. I believe that the North Side Protectors gang was

  • Gangs and Injunctions

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    Gangs and Injunctions Criminal activities and gangs have mostly always been an on going problem in the United States. Gangs and gang members are frequently involved with a variety of different crimes. The 2008 National Youth Gang Survey reported that there are approximately 774,000 active gang members in the United States (Egley, Howell, & Moore, 2010). The 2008 National Youth Gang Survey also states that there are about 27,900 active gangs in the United States (Egley et al., 2010). The active

  • The Universal Declaration Of Human Rights

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    In accordance with article 25 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, created in 1948, American citizens are entitled to, "the right to a standard of living adequate for the health and wellbeing of himself and of his family, including food, clothing, housing and medical care and necessary social services..." (Universal Declaration of Human Rights). This declaration also goes on to give a special mention to mothers and children, and their need for additional assistance. With this in mind, states

  • Information on Laissez-faire and Court Injuction

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    1. Court Injuction 2. Laissez-faire Recording to the Union County College “Laissez- faire an economic and political doctrine that holds that economies function most efficiently when unencumbered by government regulation. Laissez faire advocates favor individual self-interest and competition, and oppose the taxation and regulation of commerce.” “"Leave it alone” The concept came from the economic theories of Adam Smith, the 18th-century Scot whose writings greatly influenced the growth of American

  • Jewelry Has A Strong Case Against Jennifer Lawson

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    Memo Introduction In paper, Greene’s Jewelry has a strong case against Jennifer Lawson because Jennifer breached the confidentiality agreements that she signed with Greene’s Jewelry. In the agreement, it specifically indicated that Jennifer could never disclose any information regarding “Ever-Gold” creating process, which is patented and owned by Greene’s Jewelry. Jennifer not only stole a draft letter that contains the details of creating Ever-Gold but also took it to Greene’s competitor Howell

  • A Restraint Of Trade Clause

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    Although, there is no one significant equitable remedy for resisting the enforcement of restraint of trade clauses in employment contracts, certain authorities tend to indicate that the most effective equitable remedy is an injunction, paired with declaratory relief. An injunction is an equitable remedy commonly used to prevent interference with equitable rights (in its exclusive jurisdiction) or to assist in the enforcement of legal obligations (in its auxiliary jurisdiction). The remedy will only

  • Essay on comm 320

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    cause, or having been constructively dismissed. Case 4: CopyFax v. Lambert The different injunctions Institution of Proceeding Final Judgement Provisional Injunction Interlocutory Injunction Permanent Injunction The provisional injunction is given based on emergency criterias. It is used to maintain the status quo. The provisional injunction is valid for 10 days. Within these 10 days, the individual has to

  • Pros And Cons Of Discharge Of Contract

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    Discharge of contract can be defined as the termination of a contractual relationship between the parties. A contract may be discharged by agreement, frustration, performance or breach. 2.0.1 Discharge by agreement A contract may be discharge by agreement, where, both party agreed to discharge the contract or end the contract without any unsatisfying feeling. Under section 64 of the Contracts Act 1950 (Act 136), it is stated that every promisee may dispense with or cancel, wholly or in part

  • A Short Note On Non Disclosure Agreement ( Nda )

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    4.708 International Business Law assignment1 Wang anqi 20142345 Summaries of non-disclosure agreement A non-disclosure agreement (NDA), also known as a confidentiality agreement (CA), is a legitimate contract between no less than two that frameworks secret material, learning, or information that the parties wish to impart to each other for specific purposes, yet wish to limit access to or by outsiders. It is an agreement through which the parties concur not to unveil information secured