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Memo: Aggravated Menacing Case
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10 pages in length. Was Jack Flemming's intent to hurt his girlfriend, Trish, or was he merely venting the frustration of his very first heartbreak? Regardless of his ultimate intent, if any, he still was responsible for placing the threatening words where they could be openly viewed, which gave sufficient cause for concern toward aggravated menacing, violating R.C. 2903.21(A). No bibliography.
Filename: TLClegal2.wps

Merge Case: A Legal Brief
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A 2 page paper which presents a legal brief of the case concerning the Merge case. No additional sources cited.
Filename: RAlbmerge.wps

Miranda v. Arizona (1966)
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A 1 page brief of the case involving the police detainment and questioning of four defendants without advising them of their right to silence or their right to an attorney. Determined that such interrogation did not adequately provide for the Fifth Amendment privilege against self incrimination, the “right to remain silent unless he chooses to speak in the unfettered exercise of his own will”. No additional sources are listed.
Filename: PPlawBr5.wps

Modern Law and the Case of Ruxley Electronics;
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This 6 page paper considers the case of Ruxley Electronics and Construction Ltd v Forsyth in the context of its' precedent being representative of modern law. The case is examined in the context its' interpretation of the award of damages being granted in line with a pleasurable contract and limited in terms of the damages awarded despite the breach of express condition. The paper cites many cases to illustrate the points raised. The bibliography cites 10 sources.
Filename: TEruxley.wps

New Jersey State Law: A Case Study
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9 pages in length. In this interesting case study about Barkin's Beef and Brew, questions are raised as to who is responsible when a patron consumes too much alcohol and then leaves the premises and is charged with fighting and cutting a man with a knife. This is intended as a legal brief being presented to the student's legal firm in which the firm is presenting the client who was attacked at knifepoint by the drunken man. By raising the appropriate legal questions and comparing them to New Jersey State Statutes, it is intended to arrive at a satisfactory answer within the confines of legality in the New Jersey legal system. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
Filename: JGAnjstl.wps

Preliminary Case Comparison
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A 5 page paper comparing a current and potential case to a similar one that already has been decided by the California Supreme Court. In the current case, a shopping center owner is concerned about her liability in an attack on a grocery tenant's customer in the shopping center parking lot. The case of Ann M. v Pacific Plaza Shopping Center contained similar circumstances and was decided in favor of the landowner. It is the aim in the current case to win a similar judgment should the matter become a court issue. Bibliography lists 1 source.
Filename: KScaseComp.wps

Robinson v. California (1962)
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A 2 page brief of the Supreme Court case in which the appellant, convicted of drug addiction based solely on the presence of apparent needle marks and a scab, challenged the Californian practice of inflicting criminal punishment for any such addiction. The Supreme Court decided that California’s interpretation and application of the statute resulted in cruel and unusual punishment. The contested interpretation and application of the California statute was therefore in violation of the Eighth and Fourteenth Amendments. No additional sources are listed.
Filename: PPlawBr1.wps

Sexual Assault in New Jersey: A Legal Memo
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This 8 page legal memo outlines the basic elements of a case of a New Jersey woman who was raped and the charges against her accuser. This paper outlines the New Jersey legal statute for sexual assault, and then uses case information to support the legal claims of the woman against her attacker.
Filename: MHNJrape.wps

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