RIGHTS OF JUVENILES

Introduction : The Special Litigation Section works to protect the rights of youth confined in juvenile detention and commitment facilities run by, or on behalf of, state or local governments. We may also investigate whether juveniles are at risk of ...Read More

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THE LEGAL RIGHTS OF A PARENT

Who is a Parent? Each state has its own laws governing parental rights and responsibilities, but generally, parents are the individuals that have legal custody of a child. A child can’t have more than two legal parents at a time. ...Read More

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BIOLOGICAL WARFARE FROM AQUATIC INVASIVE SPECIES

Introduction Although statistically irrelevant, global cataclysmic events such as meteorite strikes, volcanic eruptions and climatic shifts have in the past decimated biodiversity. However, and with greater frequency, humanity’s activities, expansion and advancement have caused similar levels of biodiversity loss both ...Read More

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SELF DEFENSE AND DEFENSE OF OTHERS

Self-defense and defense of others are two criminal defenses that can be used when a criminal defendant commits a criminal act but believes that he or she was justified in doing so. Although our legal system generally discourages the use ...Read More

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AGGRAVATING AND MITIGATION FACTORS

If a judge or jury finds a defendant guilty at the end of a criminal trial, the court must determine the defendant’s punishment. State and federal criminal statutes often set maximum penalties based on the offense classification, with felonies having ...Read More

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MURDER AND CULPABLE HOMICIDE

INTRODUCTION A crime is committing for greed, anger, jealously, revenge, or pride. Some people decide to commit a crime and carefully plan everything in advance to increase gain and decrease risk. These people are making choices about their behavior; some ...Read More

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THE CO-RELATION OF HUMAN RIGHTS AND DEVELOPMENT

  1.0 INTRODUCTION: The world we live in has gone through significant changes throughout the last century, which extends their importance beyond economic sphere. The concepts of human rights have evolved in a greater way owing to the developments made ...Read More

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IMPORTANT ASPECT OF LAND LAW (UK)

CO-OWNERSHIP (PART-1) Co-ownership arises whenever two or more people enjoy the rights of ownership of land (whether that be freehold or leasehold land) at the same time. Previously, co-ownership used to take place behind a ‘trust of sale’ by virtue ...Read More

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BAILABLE AND NON BAILABLE OFFENCES

INTRODUCTION TO OFFENCE: “Offence” Means any Act or omission made punishable by any law for the time being in force and includes and act in respect of which a complaint may be made under Section 20 of the Cattle Trespass ...Read More

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