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Vassilkovska v. Woodfield Nissan, Inc.

Vassilkovska v. Woodfield Nissan, Inc.

Vassilkovska v. Woodfield Nissan, Inc. Back in July 2002, Nadejda Vassilkovska, the plaintiff, bought a used automobile from Woodfield Nissan Inc. In addition to the contract of sale, the plaintiff signed an agreement (Arbitration Agreement). After a year, the plaintiff filed a four-count complaint against the company. A few months …

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USA Immigration Policies

USA Immigration Policies

USA Immigration Policies Immigration The immigration policies have raised a lot of questions in the United States. This follows the executive order that targets the immigration of citizens from Muslim majority countries. Such countries include Syria, Iraq, Iran, Somali, Sudan and Yemen. The Trump’s administration policies have hardened the policies …

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Civil Rights Movements

Civil rights Movements

Civil rights Movements Civil rights Movements Social Movements Past and Present Series: Civil rights: The 1960s Freedom Struggle. By Blumberg, Rhoda Lois No. 248. Twayne Pub, 1991 Rhoda Lois has used the sociological perspective to explain how the civil rights movement of the 1960s contributed to changing the lives of …

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General Deterrence

General Deterrence

General Deterrence The Relevance of Certainty to Beccaria Equation According to Beccaria equation, the law is established to benefit the society and to keep social contract intact. The equation considers the existence of a conflict of interest in the society. Crime comes about as a result of the interest of …

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Alternatives to Incarceration

Alternatives to Incarceration

Alternatives to Incarceration An alternative to incarceration refers to punishments given to those who have committed a crime other than spending time in prison. The criminals are punished away from prison. However, the criminals are supervised by the court or the community. There are various agencies in the United States …

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The Iranian Government

The Iranian Government

The Iranian Government The Iranian Government Introduction The Islamic Republic of Iran is a theocratic, constitutional republic in which Shia Muslims clergy, as well as political leaders, vetted by the clergy dominate the most crucial power structure. The legitimacy of the Iranian Government depends on the twin pillars of the …

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Difference Between Intelligence And Investigation

Difference Between Intelligence And Investigation

Difference Between Intelligence And Investigation Differentiate Between Intelligence And Investigation Intelligence and investigation are key components of criminology. Although they look deceptively similar, fundamental differences exist in various areas of their components such as:  purpose of final product, time orientation, data gathering and analytical techniques, skill set requirements, nature of …

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Juvenile Detention Camps

Juvenile Detention Camps

Juvenile Detention Camps Juvenile Detention Camps Juvenile detention centers are temporary facilities where the youths or juveniles who have committed crime are placed awaiting placement. They are secure, and the minors are separated from the adults. Those who are under detention are supervised by the officers who work in the …

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Jurisdiction Waiver Case Study Solution

Jurisdiction Waiver Case Study Solution

Jurisdiction Waiver Case Study Solution Jurisdiction Waiver Introduction Transfer or waiver of jurisdiction is a legal procedure that is used to determine whether the juvenile court will retain its jurisdiction over a juvenile case or it will send the juvenile case to the adult criminal court. An example case where …

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Adverse Possession Case Analysis

Adverse Possession Case Analysis

Adverse Possession Case Analysis Adverse Possession Case Analysis Lisa and Danny are dealing with a case of trespass to property. The term trespass refers to an offence against a property or a person. In relation to real estate law, the term “trespassing” refers to entering onto the land of another …

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