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"Battered Women in the Courtroom-The Power of Judicial Responses": A Review of the Book by James Ptacek
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A 5 page paper analyzing Ptacek's review of the legal complications facing a woman who has been battered by her husband or significant partner. Ptacek's book stands out in three critical areas. In addition to considering the effects of men's violence on the daily lives of women, "Battered Women in the Courtroom-The Power of Judicial Responses" provides a review of the laws designed to protect women from abusive men and evaluates the response of judges to battered women who enter their courtroom seeking legal redress. Concludes that Ptacek's analysis of the legal arena facing battered women in the courtroom is one of the most thorough and detailed as of yet provided in the literature. No additional sources are listed.
Filename: PPwomBtr.wps

A Comparison Between The United States and United Kingdom Approach to Anti-Discrimination law
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This 14 page paper consider the approach that has been taken in both of these countries to discrimination. The paper considers the legislative culture, the influence of the past and the way in which measures such as the Bill of Rights and The Human Rights Acts can be seen as material of the approaches adopted. The bibliography cites 16 sources
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A Firearm Safety Poll
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A 7 page paper which presents a public poll asking the question: "Do you favor Federal legislation that will promote firearm safety and registration of all firearms?" The paper presents current information regarding present day laws, and illustrates some information regarding the efficiency of such laws. Also addressed are the implications the proposed legislature would have on people as well as the possible cost of involvement with such legislature. The results of the poll are provided, followed by an illustration of what the results indicate. The argument presented is that such a legislature has nothing to lose, but lives to gain. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
Filename: RAfirearms.wps

A Short History of Affirmative Action in Higher Education
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This 11 page paper provides an overview of affirmative action in higher education with a focus on landmark cases. Hopwood, Bakke and more recent Michigan cases are discussed. The paper takes the position that affirmative action is necessary. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
Filename: SA149AA.rtf

Abortion in United States And Spain
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Abortion is a religious issue as well as a medical and social issue. The extreme range of emotions that are involved in the debate concerning abortion as a core religious and political ideologies. This 8 page paper compares the laws governing abortion in the United States and in Spain. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
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Abortion Politics in the United States and Canada
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This 10 page paper looks at the abortion issue in both countries. Attention is paid to law and regulations that restrict or prohibit abortions. A brief history is provided for each country. Bibliography lists 12 sources.
Filename: SA112abt.wps

Abusing Handicapped Parking Placards
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6 pages in length. What possesses able-bodied individuals to illegally steal parking spaces from those who truly need the special location? For many, it is the opportunity to expedite the tedious job of parking; for others, it is a subconscious test to see just how far they can push the system. While doing so may appear to be nothing more than a minor inconvenience for those who have legal privilege to the parking space, abusing ADA placards represents much more than that. The perpetual misuse of handicapped parking placards takes away the individual's security of knowing that there will be an available space to use; when an able-bodied person illegally uses that space, the handicapped individual is forced to find the nearest open spot, which is sometimes all the way across the parking lot. Indeed, this invalidates the very reason for obtaining the parking placard in the first place. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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Addressing Two Law Issues
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5 pages in length. The writer briefly discusses criminal intent and inter vivos trusts. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
Filename: TLC2lawQ.rtf

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