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Mandatory Minimum Sentencing
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Mandatory Minimum Sentencing

Abstract The mandatory minimum sentencing policy in the United States raises a lot of controversies since it is one of the most significant contributors to the high incarceration rates that continue to plague the nation. There have been concerns about the need for reforms on the mandatory minimum policy to include judicial discretion when dealing […] Read more >>

02.03.2021
The Law and the Society
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The Law and the Society

The relationship between the law and society is one of the fundamental issues in sociology, especially in the sociology of law that has become widely spread and studied in the past several decades. Hence, modern sociologists pay special attention to researching topical questions relating to the correlation between the law and society, thereby offering various […] Read more >>

02.12.2020
Pledge-of-Allegiance
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Pledge of Allegiance

Francis Bellamy, a socialist minister, drafted the Pledge of Allegiance in August 1892. He hoped that the pledge would be used as a demonstration of loyalty. Congress added the words “under God” to mark the distinction of the United States from the atheist Soviet Union in 1954 (Nobleman, 2004). Several states require that public schools […] Read more >>

02.10.2020
International Court
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International Court

QUESTION 1: LAND LAW The core objective of the present research is to provide a comprehensive answer to the question of whether a Court is likely or unlikely to uphold the claim of each ‘licensee’ to be a tenant and why. In order to answer the above-captioned research question, each licensee’s case must be scrutinized. […] Read more >>

13.02.2019
Legal History of UAE
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Law in The United Arab Emirates (UAE)

Legal History of the UAE United Arab Emirates (UAE) comprises of seven Emirates, which are Ajman, Umm al-Quwain, Dubai, Abu, Dhabi, Fujayrah, Ras al-Khaymah and Sharjah. In the early 19th century, the area was referred to as the pirate coast (Al-Abed & Hellyer, 2001). The British entered various treaties in the 1820s to protect important […] Read more >>

04.02.2019