New York Municipal Gazette

corporations of the particular kind or species mentioned in the tax law ; to wit , “ monied or stock ... This proceeding was noticed in The People vs.

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Rule of Law vs Majoritarian Democracy

With contributions from judges and scholars from different backgrounds and nationalities this book explores the framework in which this tension currently takes place in several Western countries by focusing on four key themes: - The Rule of ...

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Author: Giuliano Amato

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

ISBN: 9781509936861

Category: Law

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What is more paradoxically democratic than a people exercising their vote against the harbingers of the rule of law and democracy? What happens when the will of the people and the rule of law are at odds? Some commentators note that the presence of illiberal political movements in the public arena of many Western countries demonstrates that their democracy is so inclusive and alive that it comprehends and countenances even undemocratic forces and political agendas. But what if, on the contrary, these were the signs of the deconsolidation of democracy instead of its good health? What if democratically elected regimes were to ignore constitutional principles representing the rule of law and the limits of their power? With contributions from judges and scholars from different backgrounds and nationalities this book explores the framework in which this tension currently takes place in several Western countries by focusing on four key themes: - The Rule of Law: presenting a historical and theoretical reconstruction of the evolution of the Rule of Law; - The People: dealing with a set of problems around the notion of 'people' and the forces claiming to represent their voice; - Democracy and its enemies: tackling a variety of phenomena impacting on the traditional democratic balance of powers and institutional order; - Elected and Non-Elected: focusing on the juxtaposition between judges (and, more generally, non-representative bodies) and the people's representation.

Theory and Principles of Law

A Complete Analysis of the Common Law of England, Adopted Into the American Law, with Such Statutory Changes and ... 3Shorter vs People , 2 N Y , 193 ; Yates vs People 32 N Y , 509 ; Logue vs Comm , 38 Penn St , 265 ; Pond vs People ...

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Author: Sydney Kerr Smith

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ISBN: UOM:35112104656485

Category: Common law

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Extent of Subversion in the New Left

THE PEOPLES BLACK " GURELLAS " ( 1 ) We the armed fighters of the people : will defend and protect the people against any form of injustice inflicted upon ...

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Author: United States. Congress. Senate. Judiciary

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Extent of Subversion in the New Left

THE PEOPLES BLACK " GURELLAS " ( 1 ) We the armed fighters of the people : will defend and protect the people against any form of injustice inflicted upon ...

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Author: United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on the Judiciary. Subcommittee to Investigate the Administration of the Internal Security Act and Other Internal Security Laws

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Category: New Left

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The Law of Good People

Expressive Law Another trade-off derived from the outcome vs. process argument relates to the optimal level of exposure of the general public to the legal ...

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Author: Yuval Feldman

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 9781108656344

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Currently, the dominant enforcement paradigm is based on the idea that states deal with 'bad people' - or those pursuing their own self-interests - with laws that exact a price for misbehavior through sanctions and punishment. At the same time, by contrast, behavioral ethics posits that 'good people' are guided by cognitive processes and biases that enable them to bend the laws within the confines of their conscience. In this illuminating book, Yuval Feldman analyzes these paradigms and provides a broad theoretical and empirical comparison of traditional and non-traditional enforcement mechanisms to advance our understanding of how states can better deal with misdeeds committed by normative citizens blinded by cognitive biases regarding their own ethicality. By bridging the gap between new findings of behavioral ethics and traditional methods used to modify behavior, Feldman proposes a 'law of good people' that should be read by scholars and policymakers around the world.

The Legal Theory of Carl Schmitt

Although inhis notorious work State, Movement, People Schmitt introduces the ... normativist antitheses (law vs. politics, statal vs.nonstatal, public vs.

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Author: Mariano Croce

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781136220661

Category: Law

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The Legal Theory of Carl Schmitt provides a detailed analysis of Schmitt’s institutional theory of law, mainly developed in the books published between the end of the 1920s and the beginning of the 1930s. By reading Schmitt’s overall work through the lens of his institutional turn, the authors offer a strikingly different interpretation of Schmitt’s theory of politics, law and the relation between these two domains. The book argues that Schmitt’s adhesion to legal institutionalism was a key theoretical achievement, based on serious reconsideration of the main flaws of his own decisionist paradigm, in the light of the French and Italian institutional theories of law. In so doing, the authors elucidate how Schmitt was able to unravel many of the impasses that affected his previous conceptual framework. The authors also make comparisons between Schmitt and other leading legal theorists (H. Kelsen, M. Hauriou, S. Romano and C. Mortati) and explain why the current legal debate should take into serious account his legacy.

Instructions and Requests for Instructions from the Court to the Jury in Jury Trials

State vs. Mewherter , 46 Iowa , 88 ; 1 Whar . , Crim . Law 7 Ed . , 16 ; Com . vs. Rogers , 7 Metc . , 500 ; Freeman vs. People , 4 Denio , 10 ; State vs. Huting , 21 Mo. , 464 ; Willis vs. People , 5 Tiffany , 715 ; Anderson vs.

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Author: Frederick Sackett

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ISBN: UOM:35112104606910

Category: Instructions to juries

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Unstately Power

In China , 1.2 billion people had 70,000 lawyers ( i.e. , one professional advocate for every 170,000 people ) .205 Lion Law vs. Fox Law Party conservatives ...

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Author: Lynn T. White

Publisher: M.E. Sharpe

ISBN: 0765601494

Category: China

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People s Tribunals Human Rights and the Law

132–133; People's Tribunals and Earth laws 134–137; PPT as environmental ... 112–113 formal courts, international law 22–26 VS framework 19–20 Franck, ...

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Author: Regina Menachery Paulose

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9780429534874

Category: Law

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People’s Tribunals are independent, peaceful, grassroots movements, created by members of civil society, to address impunity that is associated with ongoing or past atrocities. As such, they offer society an alternative history and create a space for healing and reconciliation to take place that may otherwise be stifled by political agendas and legal technicalities. Since the 1960’s, People’s Tribunals have grown and developed to address many kinds of situations, from genocide to environmental degradation. This book presents a balance of academic and practitioner perspectives on People’s Tribunals. It explores key questions relating to their formation and roles and discusses what they can offer to victims and survivors. The volume provides an introduction to the subject, theoretically informed discussion reflecting different perspectives, and a range of contributions focusing on different types of People’s Tribunals and various aspects of their operation. The authors analyse advantages and disadvantages of these movements in a variety of contexts. The impact and contribution they have in the international criminal law and international human rights context is also discussed. The book will be welcomed by those interested in international criminal law, human rights, environmental justice, transitional justice and international relations.

Documents of the Senate of the State of New York

Keystone Gas Co. vs. Assessors of Olean , 15 N. Y. State Rep . , 461 ( 1888 ) . .91 , 118 People ex rel . Knickerbocker Fire Ins . Co. vs. Coleman , 44 Hun , 410 ; affirmed in 107 N. Y. , 541 ( 1887 ) ... 100 People ex rel . Law vs.

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Author: New York (State). Legislature. Senate

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The Daily Washington Law Reporter

42 ; Guedel vs. an essential ingredient of the major . A con- People , 43 Ill . 226 ; State vs. Kay , 1 Rice , 1 ; only issue in a case where the law points out viction of the minor is equivalent to a verdict , State vs.

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Vols. for 1902- include decisions of the District of Columbia Court of Appeals and various other courts of the District of Columbia.

The People Vs Judas Iscariot

McCord is pastor of Redeemer Lutheran Church in Greenville, Texas, and Chair of the Office of Communications for the Northern Texas-Northern Louisiana Synod of the ELCA.

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Author: William Clayton McCord

Publisher: CSS Publishing

ISBN: 9780788013119

Category: Drama

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As witnesses are subpoenaed to testify, prosecution and defense attorneys attempt to sway jurors (the congregation) with evidence based upon the Bible and tradition in this captivating five-part series.

International Law and Nomadic People

be asserted into jurisprudence (see. the decisions rendered in the affairs Sparrow vs. the Queen and Delgakmuuw vs. British Columbia181).

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Author: Marco Moretti

Publisher: Author House

ISBN: 1467896365

Category: Law

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Nomadic people, have over the years, been subject to prejudice and negative thinking by sedentarised societies as well as by political and legislative systems. It was finally only in the 1970s that international lawyers began to reassess the status of these peoples, to recognise their rights and above all, to protect them. In his thesis Marco Moretti defines the relationship between nomadic people and law-makers between the 16th and 19th centuries. This is followed by establishing the evolution of the human rights movement, recognising peoples who are not state-entities and therefore giving place for the existence of nomadic people worldwide.

A System of Legal Medicine

223 ; State vs. Gut , 13 Minn . 341 . MISSOURI . State vs. Huting , 21 Mo. 464 ; State vs. Redemeier , 71 Mo. 173 ; State vs. Erb , 74 Mo. 199 ; State vs. Kotovsky , 74 Mo. 247 . NEBRASKA . Wright vs. People , 4 Neb . 407 ; Hawe vs.

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Author: Allan McLane Hamilton

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The Journal of Inebriety

The rule of law is well established both in England and the United States , that insanity produced by delirium tremens is a good ... 44 ; U. S. vs. McGlue , 1 Curt . , 1 ; Wharton's Crim . Law ( 8th ed . ) , sec . 48 ; People vs.

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The Familiar State

Four Areas of the Law To further the discussion on law, I would like to ... Acts vs (2) Criminal Acts vs (3) Corporate Law (2) people against people and ...

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Author: Richard Soulliere

Publisher: AuthorHouse

ISBN: 9781410728265

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

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The book is an examination of life on an Indian reservation. It is a story of sadness as well as unbridled joy. It is a story of deprivation and bounty. It is a story of love and hate. It is a story of life as witnessed by two friends growing up in a dysfunctional setting. Two-Fingers is a Blackfeet Indian boy and the White Guy is, well, White. It is uniquely written in that it is reality based and the perspectives given are equally weighted from a white viewpoint as well as an Indian viewpoint. At first blush, it is a frivolous, humorous, and meaninglessly entertaining book about two friends finding their way in life. But, if the reader pays attention, there is much, much, more to this story. As you read this book keep this in mind, there are thirteen ways to look at a Blackbird.

Bulletin

The words “ due process of law ” have been held to be synonymous with the words “ law of the land . ” ( State vs. Loomis ; Frorer vs. People . ) Blackstone says , “ The third absolute right , inherent in every Englishman , is that of ...

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Author: National Association of Wool Manufacturers

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ISBN: UCAL:$B492104

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The People Vs O J Simpson

"As a member of the Ocean Medical Investigative Group, T.H. Johnson has done an excellent job uncovering crucial evidennce in the most significant trial of the 20th century..."--page 4 of cover.

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Author: T. H. Johnson

Publisher: CreateSpace

ISBN: 1506189423

Category: Law

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This work by T.H. Johnson continues to reveal unknown evidence hidden from the public in the most infamous trial of the 20th century, the OJ Simpson murder trial. At the same time it gives an in depth look at the main players who became everyday names as a result of this trial, but in order to become that, they had to conceal the hidden truth relative to the Simpson trial.

New York Court of Appeals Records and Briefs

Walters vs. People , 32 N. Y. , 147 , 160—161 . O'Brien vs People , 36 N. Y. , 275 . People vs. Thomas , 3 Albany Law Jour . 210 . In Walters vs. People , above cited , the juror testified that he had conscientious scruples without ...

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Author: New York (State). Court of Appeals.

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ISBN: LLMC:NYAJZPY8950C

Category: Law

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