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Theories of Law Natural Law Theories of Law The natural law defines the framework that certain values and rights are provided by the human nature through universal human reasoning. It emphasizes on the needs to examine and analyze the social and human nature to determine the binding regulation of moral actions (Feres, 2013). Thus, something […]

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The correctional facilities exist to ensure that people who are convicts of crimes receive their punishment there. The society gives them a chance to change their way of behaviour while staying there and hope that they learn their lesson. Long ago, the prisoners were believed to stay in prison deprived of basic human rights and […]

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When entering into contracts, the parties involved are advised to be very careful in order to avoid issues that come with breach of contracts. As a result of such eventualities contracts, laws are established to regulate most of the details that are exchanged between the contracting parties. Despite the existence of such laws, a number […]

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Administrative agencies perform numerous functions. Some of these functions are informal. Different laws and regulations govern these functions, but statute does not govern majority of informal procedures. Thus, agencies exercise some discretion. Limits and types of discretion will be described below. A current research paper will focus on arbitration and mediation. Administrative Agencies Administration agencies […]

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Being one of the ten components of the Bill of Rights, the Fifth Amendment to the United States Constitution outlines fundamental constitutional boundaries of the police procedure. Numerous experts highlight the tremendous impact of its clauses on the development of fair legal proceeding in the United States. Nevertheless, some scholars focus on certain negative consequences […]

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Introduction Germany as a unified state was formed in the second half of the 19th century. However, in the 20th century, it was separated again after World War II. East and West Germany had their independent police structures. After the fall of the Berlin Wall, there was no union but rather the absorption of the […]

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