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All you need to know about the criminal lawyer

22nd March 2012
Civil law and criminal law are different. In former one, disputes among individuals and organizations are dealt with. The law relating to crime is criminal law. Criminal law comes into picture, when welfare of public and society is endangered. Examples of... Read >
Author: mariocora

An Introduction to Negligence and the Duty of Care

30th December 2011
The twin ideas of negligence and a duty of care, and their legal definitions, are inextricably linked and both fall within the area of law known as tort law. This article aims to give a brief introduction to this area of law without delving too deep into ... Read >
Author: StuMitchellmw

The best short courses to really get you career going

10th August 2011
University courses are often very academic, they also take a lot of time and money: they certainly arenít right for a lot of people and a lot of careers. For some careers a degree will be little use and spending those three or more years working in a good... Read >
Author: Koorey Wanganui

Tennessee Judicial Diversion

23rd March 2011
Judicial diversion is the process in criminal law where a person pleads guilty to a crime and can later have the charge removed (or expunged) from their record following a period of probation. It is granted by the judge, hence its name. This article will ... Read >
Author: Stegall Law Firm

Some English Cases on Negligence

18th February 2011
In King v. Phillips, [(1953) 1 QB 429], a taxi driver backed his taxi negligently and without looking behind ran into a child who was on a tricycle behind the taxi, slightly injuring him. The childís mother, who was in her house seventy or eighty yard... Read >
Author: Mutex Robb

Why are lawyers important in our society?

05th February 2010
Lawyer is the generic term that is used to describe anyone that has training in the law. Solicitors, legal counsel and barristers are all lawyers in that they have specialist knowledge of the law in their particular area of expertise and within the juri... Read >
Author: Ben Letham

Intentional Harm to a Person or Property

12th November 2009
Personal injury may be caused by a person acting with the deliberate intent to injure or harm another person. This kind of conduct may be referred to as "purposeful," "malicious," or "knowing." A person who acts intentionally and causes harm as a r... Read >
Author: Carolyn Ria

Crimes Committed while sleepwalking

10th June 2009
If you commit a crime while asleep should you be prosecuted just like anyone else would, or does the fact that you were asleep mean you have no responsibilities for your actions? There are numerous occasions when someone has committed a crime while claimi... Read >
Author: amnorge
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