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Patriot's Act
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Patriot’s Act Indian River State College DSC 4013 Victoria Stalls January 1, 2011 Abstract The Patriot’s Act was a law enacted weeks following the September 11, 2001 terror attacks on the United States. The act looked into several security measures that could be enhanced through legislation.… The Patriot’s Act has given more powers to security agents in the…
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Patriot Act
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USA Patriot Act 2001 No: Roll No: Date: University: USA Patriot Act 2001 The tragic incident of 11th September, 2001 in the history of United States of America is recorded as an unforgettable event which claimed around 2800 lives of the Americans.… Hence, to weed out terrorism / breeding grounds of terrorism wherever it is found around the world so that such…
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Miranda Act
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Legal scholars and practitioners, recently, have committed vast amount of effort to reflecting over the impacts of the Miranda Act on individuals and law enforcement personnel. … Hence, the entire literature on the impact of the Miranda Act on individuals and law enforcement personnel originates from studies that were carried out during the early years of…
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Dream act
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Dream act is a bill introduced by American government in 2001 and was reintroduced in 2009 by senator Orion Hatch to support the immigrant youth population in education and achieving American citizenship. These youth are illegal residents in America and do not have any helping… Here the Dream Act allows temporary residency only for minors who have good…
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Patriot Act
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[Name of the Student] [Name of the Professor] [Name of the Course] [Date] USA PATRIOT Act Thesis statement The USA PATRIOT Act 2001 was enacted to strengthen national security and federal intelligence, in order to deter and punish terrorism. Introduction The United States enacted the USA Patriot Act, in order to prevent terrorist acts in the US and elsewhere in the world.…
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Miranda Act
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Legal scholars and practitioners, recently, have committed vast amount of effort to reflecting over the impacts of the Miranda Act on individuals and law enforcement personnel.… Nevertheless, unexpectedly, every single one of these studies was carried out within the period of the Miranda resolution, and none has been repeated afterward. Hence, the entire…
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Political Act
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Political act is said to be legitimate if it is approve by someone. However there are acts which are legitimate but are not legal. The legality of the acts depends on the laws involved. If the act was approved by someone but the laws involving the situation is not being followed then the said act is legitimate but it is illegal. … He resigned the Yugoslav…
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Dream act
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The bill was intended to support the immigrant youth population in providing a clear path to education and eventually achieving American citizenship. The… Although much of the Dream Act is misunderstood, the fact of the matter is that these children of illegal immigrants must meet stringent requirements and comply with all of the criteria in order to be…
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Stamp Act
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Many historians of American journey to liberty from the Draconian British Rule strongly believe that the enactment of Stamp Act of 1765 was a turning point in the American quest for freedom from the oppressive and sometimes exploiting British Rule (Fradin 2009, 11-13). The Stamp… Today, Americans may have forgotten this important period on their journey to…
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Currency Act
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In the hypothetical event that the United Kingdom passes a Currency Act in 2006 with the stipulation that it could not be repealed without referendum, it stands to reason that the government would be obligated to hold a vote before switching from the pound sterling to the euro.… The government could decide to sidestep the initial referendum because of its own…
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Deviant Act
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Deviant acts all have some elements in common. They help one realize: the importance of norms within society, the norm broken, and reactions; the feeling of committing the deviant act and what was learned; and finally, a definition of terms and thoughts about… The importance of norms in society are to control peoples’ baser instincts. Instead of doing…
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Housing Act
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Without a doubt, the age old saying of an English man's home being his castle is one that embodies the feelings of the majority of us. This proves to be extremely paradoxical in nature in that many owners choose to be negligent in the care of their properties.… The cost of these empty properties proves to be exorbitant for both the property owners and their…
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Patriot act
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The patriotic act is one of the US laws put in place to combat terrorism. This law was put in place in the wake of the September 11, 2000 terrorism. The act was meant to improve… While supporters of the law claims that the law is meant to aid the investigations and arrests of terrorists, its opponents argue that although the law was meant to improve security…
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Stafford Act
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In order to ensure that a systematic and orderly way of reacting to natural and manmade disasters facing local authorities by the federal government, the Stafford Act was created and has been useful in ensuring the intergovernmental coordination of disaster management as well as… However, despite the act having very clear stipulations on the process of…
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PATRIOT ACT
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Patriot Act was signed in October 26, 2001. This Act was a response to terrorist attacks of September 11, and was aimed to encourage American citizens oppose terrorism and inspire their patriotic feelings. Thus, critics admit both advantages and disadvantages of this Act seeing it as unconstitutional and unlawful.… "The USA Patriot Act's provisions for…
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Trademark Act
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Given that the function of trademarks is to operate as an indication of origin, there is no justification for the law giving a trademark proprietor the right to prevent the parallel importation of its own trademarked goods." Trademark law in the UK is governed by the Trademark Act 1994 (TA), it has concisely defined what a trademark is, what can gain the status of a trademark and the protections afforded to a trademark.…
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PATRIOT Act
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This paper examines the political philosophies of John Locke, and Thomas Hobbes, and makes a conclusion on which philosophy better reflects the provisions of the Patriot Act. John Locke is one of the most important modern political philosophers. He was able to defend the claims… This is because he explains that there is a need of submitting a leader who is not…
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Lautenburg Act
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This act was first proposed by senator Lautenberg on March 21, 1996 only to receive a strong opposition from the republicans who were greatly… out , trade or otherwise give away weapons or bullets to any personality having a prior knowledge that the person has been previously found guilty of a felony related to domestic violence (Joseph, 1998). Following…
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Patriot Act
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It was quickly accepted by Congress just a month and a half following the September 11 attacks. Pressure to pass anti-terrorism legislation prevailed over the need to understand what the 342 page Act entailed. Most… the freedom of speech and assembly (First Amendment); the freedom from unreasonable search and seizure (Fourth Amendment); the right to due…
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Patents Act
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The facts of the matter are that DD has applied for its patent in July 2002, while MCJ did so only in August 2002. However, MCJ bases its claim on a filing date a year earlier, thus it is the earlier applicant since its priority date is earlier.… Any questionable aspects to MCJ’s patent could be used by DD to approach the Comptroller to ascertain whether DD is…
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Practice Act
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These so-called rule books guide the behaviors of these individuals in the course of their activities. The nursing field is an example of an area of interest in… One such event was during the hurricane Katrina. One specific thing that came out of this is the idea of the angels of mercy. This is a phenomenon which may be understood by some. What it actually…
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Deviant Act
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Deviant behaviors refer to such behaviors that tend to drift away from the morally and ethically accepted behaviors with regards to social perspective. Such behaviors are always considered unethical and full of immoral contents and intents by the society. Normative constructs… Formal social deviance are those whose impacts may require involvement of law (Goode…
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Balancing Act
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The present article “Balancing Act” is about the use and importance of knowledge management in business organization. The generation of knowledge within the organization and the method to be used for managing has been discussed. The article revolves around the need of knowledge management system.… The writer also tried to find out how much…
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Companies Act
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Subject to the provisions of this Act, the memorandum and articles, when registered, bind the company and its members to the same extent as if they respectively had been signed and sealed by each member, and contained covenants on the part of each member to observe all the provisions of the memorandum and articles" … The Memorandum constitutes the company's…
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Deviant act
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This also considered the formal enacted rules together with the informal social norms violation. Deviance is a purview of psychologists, sociologists,… Normative behavior involves the actions which are intended to make something acceptable. Deviance involves the absence in the conformation of the normative behavior. Norms are different from one culture to…
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