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  • Public Defenders

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    ensures a defendant the right to counsel. There are different ways cities and counties across the United States provide representation for indigent defendants. One such approach to indigent defense is public defender programs and is a popular system used by many states today. Public defender programs have been around since the 1900’s but gained popularity throughout the years due to the many indigent defense cases. Historically, the right to counsel was only guaranteed in federal criminal court

  • Defender Statistics

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    WHAT IS THE STATUS OF DEFENDER DATA Before defender leaders start collecting and implementing core statistical elements and use it to report their work, it is important for them to understand some of the basic tenants behind research and data and arguments we usually hear about defender data collection. Defenders have posed a variety of arguments against using the case statistics in an evaluation of office and attorney performance. First, defenders rightly argue that no two cases are alike, suggesting

  • Defender Of The Faith

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    has written many stories throughout his lifetime. "Defender of the Faith" is a short story that was published in his first collection entitled Goodbye, Columbus which also included four other short stories and a novella. To understand Roth's writing one must first look at his life and where he got his general ideas from. In many of Roth's stories he encompasses parts of his life that he has dealt with such as being a Jewish American. In "Defender of the Faith" we watch a Sergeant in the United States

  • The Defender of the Faith

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    The Defender of the Faith In Philip Roth’s, “Defender of the Faith”, Sergeant Nathan Marx is the “Defender” of whom the title speaks. Reluctant at first, Marx defended his faith on two fronts, one across the sea in Europe and the second in the United States. The battle in the states was of a different type. Marx learned what it was like to defend his and the faith of his fellow Jews against prejudice and abuse by those who waged the war. Marx is not an orthodox Jew. He does not follow the doctrine

  • Gender Defender

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    It is not a big secret that America’s quality of education is sub-par. According to the article, “US 17th In Global Education Ranking; Finland, South Korea Claim Top Spots” by Amrutha Gayathri, it’s obvious from the title alone that the United States is falling behind. Without change, the United States will continue to be behind in education. An issue that currently plagues the American education system is gender bias. Gender bias in schools has been addressed in laws, such as Title IX of the Education

  • Solitary Defender

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    An empress rides slowly through the heat of the desert seated on her throne, which was being carried by four of her servants. They have been traveling through the hot, arid climate of the desert for a week longer than they had planned and they are running dangerously low on supplies. Her assistants, musicians and soldiers plod slowly along beside her. A hot gust of air send her hair cascading behind her. One of her maidservants spots a stream, which she decides to go towards, as her followers

  • Defender of the Faith Theme

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    Defender of the Faith Theme Theme in “Defender of the Faith” can be interpreted in many varying ways, some of which are life-long lessons and others to the relation between faith and the individual. Throughout much of the story, Nathan Marx is lost between his role as a sergeant, Jew and human being. The relationship between the church, state and individual is a well-known concept. The three must be independent of each other and this story explores what happens when the three are forced together

  • African American Poetry Of Gwendolyn Brooks

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    Have you heard of any famous African Americans who contributed greatly to the United States of America? Whether you answered the question yes, or no, I know of one African American who did great things for America. Gwendolyn Brooks was an African American poet who wrote about the lives of an every day African American during the 1900’s. She struggled in her lifetime just as everyone else in the world. Only, she did something about her struggles. Whenever she saw something interesting and/or

  • Disadvantages Of A Public Defender

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    crime it can be taken to a civil court or trial courts. Whether you are the plaintiff or the defender you will sure you find a public defender in any court. Public defenders are lawyers appointed by the state to a person who cannot afford a lawyer. A public defender is a very important person that can help protect the defenders rights and make the verdict less severe. A public defender has a

  • A Brief Biography of Gwendolyn Brooks

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    Gwendolyn Brooks is one of the most respected and established poets of all time. Gwendolyn Brooks was born in Topeka, Kansas, on June 7, 1917. Shortly after her birth her family moved to Chicago, Illinois where she was raised. Gwendolyn Brooks’ parents were very supportive of their daughter’s passion for reading and writing. Gwendolyn Brooks had a true gift from God and it was writing. Gwendolyn Brooks’ mother discovered her talent for writing when she was seven. When she was thirteen she published