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The “People Power” Job Superbook Book 12. Law Career, Legal Profession (Lawyer, Paralegal, Legal Assistant, Scopist, Legal Research, Court Reporting, Judge, Law Librarian) By Tony Kelbrat
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The legal profession has many specialties so you should check with your local specialty organization if one exists. The federal and state governments employ many lawyers and other legal... More > professionals for their courts and many other legal offices in virtually all departments. Also, many of the state bar associations offer some kind of job service. Beyond prosecutor, judge, bailiff and defense attorney, there are many offshoot jobs like administrative, paralegal, probation and parole officer, etc. There's an entire subfield in family court particularly with juvenile justice which has its own court, probation officers, juvenile holding facilities, boot camps, counselors, etc. The Government's Occupational Outlook Handbook summarizes the legal profession neatly. For standard law books, go to #340-49 at the library or K in the Library of Congress System, particularly the KE< Less
JUS 505 Week 6 Discussions By Nic Klaus
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To get this tutorial follow this link: http://dodohelp.com/JUS-505-Grand-Canyon/JUS-505-Week-6-Discussions JUS 505 Week 6 Discussion 1 Does parens patriae truly still exist under the current U.S.... More > juvenile justice system? Explain why you feel the way you do. Give examples to support your claims. JUS 505 Week 6 Discussion 2 In Georgia, a 13-year-old individual who commits a felony with a gun is automatically waived to adult criminal court and is likely to receive a long sentence in an adult prison. How is such a policy consistent with the American concept of justice? Support your answer with examples.< Less
JUS 505 Week 6 Complete Latest By Nic Klaus
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To get this tutorial follow this link: http://dodohelp.com/JUS-505-Grand-Canyon/JUS-505-Week-6-Complete-Latest JUS 505 Week 6 Discussion 1 Does parens patriae truly still exist under the current... More > U.S. juvenile justice system? Explain why you feel the way you do. Give examples to support your claims. JUS 505 Week 6 Discussion 2 In Georgia, a 13-year-old individual who commits a felony with a gun is automatically waived to adult criminal court and is likely to receive a long sentence in an adult prison. How is such a policy consistent with the American concept of justice? Support your answer with examples. JUS 505 Week 6 Assignment< Less
JUS 505 WEEK 6 DISCUSSIONS By Jon Snow
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JUS 505 WEEK 6 DISCUSSIONS Just Click on Below Link To Download This Course: URL= http://www.tutorialsexperts.us/product/jus-505-week-6-discussions/ Contact US HELP@TUTORIALSEXPERTS.US JUS 505... More > Week 6 Discussions JUS 505 Week 6 Discussion 1 Does parens patriae truly still exist under the current U.S. juvenile justice system? Explain why you feel the way you do. Give examples to support your claims. JUS 505 Week 6 Discussion 2 In Georgia, a 13-year-old individual who commits a felony with a gun is automatically waived to adult criminal court and is likely to receive a long sentence in an adult prison. How is such a policy consistent with the American concept of justice? Support your answer with examples.< Less
Male Talk with Dr.Willie Myles: The Book for Adolescent and Teen Males By Dr. Willie Myles
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Male Talk is the book that is designed to address some of the questions and concerns that adolescent and teen males have about themselves as they transition from being a child to adolescenthood. ... More > Ideally these questions could be answered by their fathers; however the rate of non resident dads has significantly increased therefore many fathers are not in the home. The book is also ideal for teen males whose, dads are at home but who may not feel comfortable talking to their sons about male development. Teens males who are in the child welfare system, in the juvenile justice system, athletic programs, or Male Responsibility development programs would also benefit greatly from reading this book. This book is divided into 13 easy to read chapters. Some of chapters address Puberty, Shaving, Dating Sexuality, STDs, Spirituality, just to name a few. It is direct, somewhat humorous, and addresses serious questions that male youth have regarding positive male development.< Less
Laser and Sword Annual Edition By Adam Graham
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Explore a year's worth of Laser & Sword! In these first four issues: * The Sword, Sword Comics owner Jesse Miller seeks to defeat terrorism by uniting the world's greatest superheros. Will he... More > learn bad guys masquerade as good guys before the traitor in their midst sends the heroes to their doom? * Snyder, a juvenile delinquent living in the 78th Year of the Empire, loathes Earth’s dictator while hailing the regime’s American governor as a hero. Getting caught meting out vigilante justice gets him inducted into the Imperial Army under threat of a noose. Can a double agent get Snyder back on the right track? Will Snyder survive to discover his destiny? *Lastly, Mild Mannered Janitor Dave Johnson discovers an symbiotic alien and this superfan’s dreams of being a superhero come true with hilarious results. One question haunts: can there be such a thing as a good Symbiot, even if he is a silver cylinder rather than black tar?< Less
Tom Swift and His Motor Boat: Or, the Rivals of Lake Carlopa By Victor Appleton
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Tom Swift is the central character in five series of books, first appearing in 1910, totaling more than 100 volumes, of American juvenile science fiction and adventure novels that emphasize science,... More > invention and technology. The character was created by Edward Stratemeyer. Tom Swift and His Motor Boat, Or, the Rivals of Lake Carlopa, is Volume 2 in the original Tom Swift novel series published by Grosset & Dunlap. Tom Swift's father, a world famous scientist, has been robbed of one of his greatest inventions, and it's up to Tom to bring the criminals to justice without getting himself killed in the process. Unfortunately, Tom himself quickly becomes a target of the rogues' anger when he unknowingly buys a boat in which they had hidden a stolen diamond. Tom must use every bit of his wit to keep himself ahead of the gang of hardened felons.< Less
Tom Swift and His Motor Cycle: Or Fun and Adventures On the Road By Victor Appleton
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Tom Swift is the central character in five series of books, first appearing in 1910, totaling more than 100 volumes, of American juvenile science fiction and adventure novels that emphasize science,... More > invention and technology. The character was created by Edward Stratemeyer. Tom Swift, in his first adventure, has purchased a motorcycle and immediately gets busy modifying it. Eager to test his enhancements, Tom volunteers to transport his father's revolutionary turbine design plans across the country roads to Albany. Unaware of the evil corporate investors who want to steal the invention for themselves, Tom falls into their trap and finds himself facing the greatest peril of his young life. It is up to Tom not only to retrieve the blueprints and turbine prototype, but also to bring a gang of hired thugs to justice.< Less

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