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    The Juvenile Division of the Circuit Court The City of Correctionsville Predisposition Report In the Interests of: Jack James Daniels Presiding Judge: Honourable Judge Judy Birthdate: 07-7-84 Date of the report: 03-15-02 Juvenile Officer: name Previous Police and/or Court history: On Febuary 25, 1998, Jack Daniels was found in the intersectiuon of Madison Avenue and Sixth Street throwing snowballs at cars. He was acompanied by other children from his neighborhood. Officer Jim Bob

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    US Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit Case Name:WENDT V HOST INTERNATIONAL GEORGE WENDT, an individual; JOHN RATZENBERGER, an individual, Plaintiffs-Appellants, v. No. 96-55243 HOST INTERNATIONAL, INC., a Delaware corporation, D.C. No. Defendant-Appellee, CV-93-00142-R and ORDER PARAMOUNT PICTURES, CORPORATION, a Delaware corporation, Defendant-Intervenor

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    I attended the Circuit Court at 140 Blountville Bypass Blountville, TN on April 24th, 2014. I sat in on Judge Robert Montgomery’s court. Judge Montgomery started court promptly at 9:00 a.m. After going through the metal detectors, I asked the officer working the metal dictator if I could ask to sit in on a criminal court that was going on that morning. He then directed me to the printed docket on the table in the waiting area. The docket is the official schedule of proceedings in lawsuits pending

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    differences that I noticed in circuit court was the fact that they held probation violation cases. During many observations in district court, I never once noticed a probation violation hearing compared to circuit court. A similarity that I noticed in both courthouses is the fact that the judge has an elevated bench and sits higher than anyone else in the courtroom. I also noticed that circuit court held more cases at a more frequent pace than the district court. The circuit courthouse had four courtrooms

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    Rights Act is when a person is fired to fulfill a quota. On August 8, the Federal Third Circuit Court of Appeals agreed. The court ruled that the Piscataway, N.J. Board of Education violated the Civil Rights Act when it fired Sharon Taxman, an "overrepresented" Jewish female school teacher, to make room for a black woman under the school system's affirmative action plan. The school district was ordered by the court to pay $144,000 in back pay. The judges' decision was based on their own investigation

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    District Court of Appeal of Florida, First District heard the case and made its decision on August 13, 1987; 510 So. 2d 1225 (Fla. App. 1 Dist. 1987). Summary of Facts The original case in question consisted of golfer being injured and filing charges of neglect against the owner of the Green Meadows Par 3 golf course for neglecting to maintain the “tee box” areas and this neglect resulted in the golfer receiving a serious eye injury. A final summary judgment was made in the Circuit Court of Escambia

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    Technology, Privacy and Credit Card Fraud The advancement of technology over the years appeared to be the greatest thing known to mankind.  With the Internet, the world is at one's finger tips and just about anything can be accessed using it.  This is not necessarily a good thing, with crimes like creidt card fraud going around.  The number of credit card fraud incidents is rapidly increasing as the years progress.  Anybody with a credit card could possibly be a victim of this crime and it should

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    summons to the militia (an act that precipitated the secession of four more Southern states), ordered a blockade of Confederate ports, and suspended habeas corpus. The last action provoked much criticism, but Lincoln adhered to it, ignoring a circuit court ruling against him in the Merryman Case (see Merryman, ex parte ). In the course of the war, Lincoln further extended his executive powers, but in general he exercised those powers with restraint. He was beset not only by the difficulties of the

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    power and recommend appropriate punishments including jail time, fines, and considers such infringement to be felonies (Encyclopedia.com). In 1999 and early 2002 The DC Circuit court ruled that Microsoft was a monopolist violating sections 1 and 2 of the Sherman Act of 1890, and Microsoft should be split into two companies. The Court of Appeals demanded a settlement be reached. The conditions of the settlement called for Microsoft to be split into two companies, and to stop all anti competitive techniques

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    pleaded not guilty to each charge. Next Parker’s trial date was set for April 27th. Then Brown asked Judge Sebe Dale’s to drop the case because a black man was not on the grand jury. Brown did this because of a recent ruling made by the 5th U.S. circuit court of Appeals. The ruling stated that it was unconstitutional for a jury of an all white people to convict a black man. The ruling went on to say that one African American had to be on a jury when an African American was on trial. This defense tactic

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