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  • Judge's Final Decision
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    People Accused of Violent Crimes Should Not Be Allowed To Post Bail People accused of violent crimes should not be allowed to post bail and remain out of jail while their trial is pending. There are many reasons to why strongly agree with this statement. Many factors are unknown to the public without conducting some sort of extensive research. Whether it is simply reading in the paper about pending trials, or as complicated as researching previous trials. Bail is decided by a judge, and their li...
  • Closing Arguments
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    Court Experience I went to the court session on Wednesday afternoon at 2: 00 and stayed until around 4: 35. They did not start court though until a little after 2. Before court started everyone was talking to each other and having a good time. There was only one other person in the courtroom besides myself watching the trial and that person was also from this class. When court resumed the lawyers were trying to agree to certain things concerning the trial before the jury came back in. Since I ha...
  • Civil Rights Trial In Mississippi
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    The Mississippi Burning Trial" was not for the cold-blooded murders of three young civil rights workers, but rather for the violation of their civil rights. The federal government wanted to break Mississippi's "white supremacy" stronghold on the South. "The Mississippi Burning Trial" proved to be the opportunity to do so. The three branches of the federal government and their various departments were actively involved in bringing about this civil rights trial in Mississippi and these activities ...
  • First Time News Of An American Trial
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    The roaring 20's, a definitive time for change in the world. An introducing to new technologies and philosophies is sweeping the country and with it a change that is met with opposition. A notable event that affects everyone, is the infamous "Monkey Trials". The lasting effect of a mockingly laughable monkey trial, was felt in many areas of everybody's lives. Specifically the impact felt was seen through media, changes in personal intellect and the transition from traditional to modern values. "...
  • Sam Sheppard
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    The media had to much power and are the ones who put Sam Sheppard in jail in 1954. On the evening of July 3, 1954 Dr. Sam Sheppard and his pregnant wife were having the neighbors over for drinks. They invited them to thier home witch was on lake Erie. Sam fell asleep on the couch before the neighbors left. His wife, Marilyn, then let the neighbors out and went to bed herself around midnight. Sheppard woke up to loud screams sometime later. When Sheppard herd the screams he rushed upstairs to his...
  • American Justice To The Trials
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    The Numer berg Trials Were Unfair After World War II, the victorious Allies decided to hold a trial for the defeated Nazis. These trials lasted from November 20, 1945 till October 1, 1946. Although the victors claimed that they would give the accused a fair trial, upon closer inspection we can see that in reality, these trials were biased and were a "victor's justice". After the war, each of the Allies leaders had their own idea for how they should deal with the Nazi's. Stalin suggested that the...
  • Judge Danforth Hath
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    Danforth's Witch Hunt, Is it Justified? (An Essay on the Crucible) I write in response to your column regarding Judge Danforth's actions during the witch trials in Salem. Surprisingly, you praised Judge Danforth for his "impartiality and tact" during this tragic set of trials. You could not be farther from the truth. Judge Danforth abused his judicial power, throughout the trials, to the fullest of his abilities. His abuses range from berating and coercing witness into saying what he wants them ...
  • Judge In The Sacco And Vanzetti Case
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    The Fourteenth Amendment of the United States Constitution, which was ratified in 1868, granted freedom to all United States citizens; even those who were naturalized (immigrants). Section 1. All persons born or naturalized in the United States, and subjects to the jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the United States and of the state wherein they reside. No state shall make or enforce any law which shall abridge the privileges or immunities of citizens of the United States; nor shall any stat...
  • Judges In An Adversarial System Of Trial
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    There are two main law systems in the world: Common Law System and Civil Law System. Common Law System is established and developed from England, and most of the British colonized countries, such as Australia, New Zealand and a majority of states in USA inherited it. Civil Law System, on the contrary, came from France and Dutch. The main difference between these two Legal Systems is their trial methods, the adversary system is used in Common Law System and Civil Law System takes the inquisitoria...

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