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    Censorship in the Music Industry

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    language and culture of the Kurdish people involving the forbidden sale of cassettes by a Kurdish artist named Yzan Cugdis for being “against law and order” and the arrest of Ahmet Kaya for causing “political incidents” during one of his performances (Cloonan, 2003). In some countries, being fans of certain types of music can be reason for arrest or enforcement of a state ban. In 1996, Iran officials arrested 28 teenagers for possessing “obscene”CDs and cassettes and in 1988, two men of Albanian ethnic

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    However, the book indicates that the repute in numbers of arrest make the people to have less discomfort (Irwin, 61). The problem of feeling vulnerability increases with the fear of being raped by others that they had not known before, which were peaked in 1960s that white males had experienced rape from black

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    Waking up to authority burning people alive, and teenagers hitting people with cars for fun, versus freedom to read and say what you want, and people that care about the lives of others. Most people would choose the second option. The two societies that were just compared are the society in Fahrenheit 451, and our modern day society. While those two sound like exact opposites, they have much in common. All societies share the common characteristics that make a society, but we find the differences

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    Special Tribunal for Lebanon

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    The office of the Prosecutor is headed by the main prosecutor for the Tribunal, Normal Farrell, originally of Canada. This office has many responsibilities including the continued investigation of the crimes in question and the prosecution of all those indicted. The office must investigate the events leading up to, occurring and following February 14, 2005 that are or may be associated with the plot to assassinated Rafiq Hariri and all those crimes that the Security Council says falls within the

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    investigate any dangerous conditions that could harm anyone. Police officers are supposed to stop crime as much as possible and make sure everyone is safe. But now a days, numerous officers are the ones causing the problems. When an officer is making an arrest, he or she must either have witnessed the crime, have evidence

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    Bad Cops: The Victims´ Miranda Rights

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    think differently and have second thoughts about them. People on social media sites like YouTube put up those videos of cops who are caught on tape in the act of wrongdoings. Those videos show a lot of cops who aren’t doing their job right. Some cops arrest people without saying the Miranda rights. Some just barge right into peoples’ home without a consent form. Some even take things too far like beating up people when they’re clearly showing that they surrendered. If I have the power to change one thing

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    Thoughts

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    The strange thing that happened to Tolstoy was that he was overcome with perplexity and an arrest of life. He said it was if he didn’t know how to live or what to do. Eventually they went away but then those moments came back oftener and oftener. The arrests of life always appeared in the question: Why? Well, and Then. I think that the perplexity Tolstoy is evoking in the phrase, “Why? Well, and Then?” deals with his thoughts about life and death. The why part deals why he should do anything in life

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    resarch

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    newspaper advertisement for a study on the psychology of imprisonment. More than 75 people responded to the ad, but only 24 students were chosen: 12 to role play prisoners and 12 to role play guards. These students had no prior record of criminal arrests, medical conditions, drug abuse or psychological disorders. Methods: A few years ago I took a part in a study on the psychology of imprisonment. Unexpectedly, the police arrested me at my home. I was handcuffed, searched, read my rights, and driven

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    on the street, in a bathroom, or downtown, and or at a sporting event. Discuss the legal implications of the term in custody. If a person is in custody, under arrest, the police have to read them the Miranda Rights, especially if they want to question them and use it as evidence in their trial. If the person is not in custody, under arrest, the Miranda warning is not required and information the person gives will be used in a trial if the person is charged with the crime committed. In custody is

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    death penalty

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    the punishment will not be applied. •     Premeditated: Persons who commit murder and other crimes of personal violence either premeditate them or they do not. If the crime is premeditated, the criminal ordinarily concentrates on escaping detection, arrest, and conviction. The threat of even the severest punishment will not deter those who expect to...

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