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  • Falsely Accused

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    Falsely Accused What has to happen before the media quits jumping to conclusions about news stories ? It makes you wonder about the possibility of legal restrictions on the amount of information that the media can put out before the actual case is proven and solved. I mean after all in the case of Richard Jewell , there was a definite issue of false accusations . This man was treated unfairly under the false assumption that he was guilty of a crime that he did not commit. I think that Jewell should

  • Spousal Testamony against an accused

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    Dating back to the 16th century, spouses were not deemed to be competent to testify evidence against their spouse. The reasons were a lot simpler than they are today. Anyone with a perceived interest in litigation was deemed to be biased and therefore unfit to testify. Under common law spouses are considered to be one and the same. Since the 16th century the issue of spouse’s and their ability to give evidence against their partners has become more and more complicated. Modern day courts rely more

  • People Accused Of Violent Crimes Should Not Be Allowed To Post Bail

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    People Accused of Violent Crimes Should Not Be Allowed To Post Bail People accused of violent crimes should not be allowed to post bail and remain out of jail while their trial is pending. There are many reasons to why I strongly agree with this statement. Many factors are unknown to the public without conducting some sort of extensive research. Whether it is simply reading in the paper about pending trials, or as complicated as researching previous trials. Bail is decided by a judge, and their

  • Euripides was accused by his contempories of being a woman hater. Why

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    Euripides was accused by his contempories of being a woman hater. Why do you think this was so, and how justified do you think the accusation was? Question -------- Euripides was accused by his contempories of being a woman hater. Why do you think this was so, and how justified do you think the accusation was? In your answer you should consider not only how Euripides portrays his female characters, but also the sentiments expressed in the plays and the contempory view of women. Answer

  • the Accused

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    Textiles have had a huge impact on the development of the contemporary world. Ever since humans discovered rubbing multiple strands of natural fibres together made them stronger, humans have experienced rapid and unprecedented growth in all areas. The patterns of global exchange have been created, shaped and transformed in a number of ways because of textiles and textile production. Approximately 40,000 years ago humans survived by hunting and gathering and lived in small family like groups. Cave

  • The Accused

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    Rape is sensitive subject. People avoid talking about it at all costs and even try to pretend that it does not happen. But rapes are reported every six minutes in the United States. (Jaffe, Lansing & Kaplan, 1988) The Accused does not dance around rape. The movie centers around Sara Tobias, a young woman who was the victim of a rape. The rape occurred in a bar filled with men, multiple of which committed the crime. The movie then follows Sara as she is hospitalized and is assigned a lawyer, Kathryn

  • The Falsely Accused

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    against friends, and even husbands and wives turned against each other. However, all of these people were innocent. They were all accused of being a witch. Over 200 people were accused of being a witch and 20 were killed because of these accusations (In Search of History). In Salem, Massachusetts many people were falsely accused and some died because they were accused of being a witch even though, witches don’t exist. In Salem Massachusetts there was mass hysteria caused by a few girls. It all started

  • The Rights of the Accused

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    Over the past few decades the world has evolved and so has man kind. Humans have been existing on earth for a very long time. By a society we mean a place where many individuals live together. Society and people are dependent on each other and they cannot exist without the absence of the other. In a society there are many laws which are legal and as well as moral. These laws govern the people and they enforce required sanctions on people who violate any law in the society. By law we mean rules and

  • The Witch Trials of 1692

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    horrible tragedy, which changed the life of many people. It was a time of fear, because of bad crops, Indian raids, and diseases. The people of Salem Village had to blame something, or someone. The people of Salem Village accused people, and called them witches. They were accused of all those terrible things and more. Salem Village was a small, farming community with a population of 550. It was smaller than Salem Town, and about eight miles away. Salem Town was a large port, and was a prosperous

  • Endless Witch Trials: Salem, Massachusetts, McCarthy Hearings, and the KKK

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    What is the difference between witches in today’s society and witches in the past? Why were people accused of being witches? What were the punishments people got when they were accused of being a witch and found guilty? How is the witch trials repeated in history? When someone talks about witches what’s the first thing that comes to mind? Most people think of witches from movies such as the witch in the “Wizard of Oz” or in “Snow White and the Sevens Dwarfs”. These two witches are looked at as old