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Criminal Litigation, Evidence and Sentencing By Rory Clarke & Rosalind Earis
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This book serves as a course companion and revision guide to the BPTC Criminal Litigation, Evidence and Sentencing course and examination. It sets out the course material in a simple, stripped-down... More > form suitable for a first overview and for revision. Students can both consult this guide when first introduced to a topic, to provide a quick and comprehensible overview, and can rely on it during revision.< Less
Adultery Stoning Sentence By Sola Virtus
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This booklet has been written with the aim of putting an end to the death sentence for adultery under Sharia Law. By examining the Koran, and with logical reasoning, it can be seen that the... More > traditional death sentence under Islam for adultery is based on flimsy evidence. Even in the world of today, the year 2010, there are still people who are sentenced to death for adultery. It is a harsh and extreme punishment. If you wish to put an end to it, then forward copies of this booklet to whoever can bear some influence upon Islamic legal systems around the world. This cruelty can be stopped, and will be stopped if we act upon our knowledge.< Less
USA v Paul Manafort, Government Sentencing Memorandum By Special Counsel for the Department of Justice
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In February of 2019 Special Counsel Robert Mueller filed a second sentencing memo pertaining to Trump campaign chair Paul Manafort. This memo contained over 800 pages of attachments documenting... More > evidence of illegal lobbying and obstruction of justice. Attachments to this filing were: • Attachment A: A copy of the superseding criminal information to which Manafort pled guilty. • Attachment B: A copy of Manafort's plea agreement and the Statement of the Offenses. • Attachment C: A copy the superseding indictment charging Manafort in the Eastern District of VA • Attachment D: A copy of the verdict form from Manafort' s trial in the EDVA • Attachment E: A copy of the government's sentencing submission in the EDVA • Attachment F: A copy of the government's objections to the PSR (Redacted); and • Attachment G: A copy of additional documents cited herein, including the government's proposed trial exhibits. Because of its size, this attachment is included as a separate document.< Less
USA v Paul Manafort, Government Sentencing Memorandum – Part 2 By Special Counsel for the Department of Justice & Robert Mueller et al
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In February of 2019 Special Counsel Robert Mueller filed a second sentencing memo pertaining to Trump campaign chair Paul Manafort. This memo contained over 800 pages of attachments documenting... More > evidence of illegal lobbying and obstruction of justice. Because of the size of this filing, the Sentencing Memo and Attachments A-F are included in a separate document. This document contains Attachment G, a copy of additional documents cited in the other attachments as well as the government's proposed trial exhibits.< Less
350 aphorismes, apophtegmes, maximes, sentences et autres considérations By Daniel Confland
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Faisant suite à l’édition de 2013 limitée à 200, ce recueil réunit 350 aphorismes, apophtegmes, maximes, sentences et autres considérations, qui me... More > sont venus au fil du temps. Comment caractériser l’ensemble, sinon en évoquant une ponctuation de la pensée, un genre où le concentré de sens vaut plus que la concision de forme. Ces « brèves » n’appartiennent ni ne font référence à aucun texte ou contexte. « Autoportées » par leur énoncé même, elles s’imposent à l’esprit en révélant, avec la force d’une évidence ou d’une incongruité, une opposition, un paradoxe, un parallèle inusité ou encore une morale. Il serait vain de se comparer aux maîtres que sont Montaigne, Pascal, La Rochefoucauld, Vauvenargues, Wilde, Valéry, Daninos ou, s’agissant des humoristes français, Allais, Dac, Desproges, Coluche.... Mais, à l’instar d’autres domaines, la pratique naît de l’envie et, si le talent n’est pas donné à tout le monde, l’envie, elle, est donnée à qui veut l’avoir ! Encore un aphorisme ?< Less
English Structure By Peter Beaven & Erica Segal
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This first book in a series, English Structure, covers the different parts of speech and their roles in sentences. Students will learn how to diagram sentences, a task which graphically makes evident... More > common errors such as writing sentence fragments, confusing the pronouns “I” and “me”, and using adjectives when adverbs are appropriate. Not all students will need this volume. Those who have read widely and well, or who already achieved a good grasp of grammar, may prefer to proceed directly to the next volume, Usage.< Less
The Economics of Revolution By David DeGraw
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An extensive analysis of economic conditions and government policy reveals that the need for significant systemic change is now a mathematical fact. Corruption, greed and economic inequality have... More > reached a peak tipping point. Due to the consolidation of wealth, the majority of the population cannot generate enough income to keep up with the cost of living. In the present economy, under current government policy, 70% of the population is now sentenced to an impoverished existence. Let’s take an in-depth look at the evidence.< Less
ENGELTEUFEL By Frank Luger
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This is a one-act, two scenes pseudoplay (meant to be read, not seen on stage or screen) about a reluctant Antichrist who must die to save the world from thermonuclear annihilation. The act takes... More > place in the jury room of the Israeli Supreme Court in Jerusalem. Nine senior judges constitute the jury. A death sentence is required to avoid World War III. However, no matter how much the defendant's life story is scrutinized, they cannot find him guilty, there is no proper evidence. Yet they must reach a unanimous verdict because of the unbearable international pressure especially from the superpowers. They manipulate the accused to make him plead guilty and they actually offer him permission to choose his mode of execution. He finally chooses public crucifixion. The sentence is carried out yet the play ends on a true note of hope. This is an original literary work written in 1985, first published in 2007.< Less
The Discovery of Witches: The History of Witch Trials and Witch Hunts in 17th Century England, by the Witch Finder General By Matthew Hopkins
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In The Discovery of Witches, Matthew Hopkins - the Witch Finder General of England during the early 1600s - details the process by which he found and captured suspected witches. Hopkins' treatise is... More > comprised of answers to various queries he had received by members of the public curious about his investigatory techniques in finding witches. This book answers a total of fourteen queries, with replies ranging from a few sentences to a few paragraphs in length. The book is an illustrative portrayal of a society fervently given to superstitions about the powers of witchcraft. At three hundred women killed, the efforts of Hopkins and his assistant John Stearne were prolific. Accorded status, Hopkins encountered opposition to his witch finding. That his 'investigations' required scant evidence to secure death sentences dismayed figures in the Church of England. Today, historians judge Hopkins as an opportunist who took advantage of unfounded suspicions to advance his own fame.< Less
The Discovery of Witches: The History of Witch Trials and Witch Hunts in 17th Century England, by the Witch Finder General (Hardcover) By Matthew Hopkins
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In The Discovery of Witches, Matthew Hopkins - the Witch Finder General of England during the early 1600s - details the process by which he found and captured suspected witches. Hopkins' treatise is... More > comprised of answers to various queries he had received by members of the public curious about his investigatory techniques in finding witches. This book answers a total of fourteen queries, with replies ranging from a few sentences to a few paragraphs in length. The book is an illustrative portrayal of a society fervently given to superstitions about the powers of witchcraft. At three hundred women killed, the efforts of Hopkins and his assistant John Stearne were prolific. Accorded status, Hopkins encountered opposition to his witch finding. That his 'investigations' required scant evidence to secure death sentences dismayed figures in the Church of England. Today, historians judge Hopkins as an opportunist who took advantage of unfounded suspicions to advance his own fame.< Less

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