Powell v. Alabama (1932)
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...Alabama (1932) In March 1932, 9 black men were accused of hopping on a freight train and raping 2 white women. The black men accused went by the names of Charlie Weems, Ozie Powell, Clarence Norris, Olen Montgomery, Willie Roberson, Haywood Patterson, Andrew Right, and Eugene Williams. Collectively the men became known as the Scottsboro boys. The women they were accused of raping were named Ruby Bates and Victoria Price. The men were tried in a court of law that did not allow them to receive legal representation until a few hours before their one day trial and where death sentences for all the 9 men were meted out immediately to all of the defendants except Roy Wright. The jury... was...
Alabama-Coushatta Indians culture
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...Alabama-Coushatta Indians and Black Seminoles. This paper attempts to briefly describe the lifestyle, values and norms of this minority groups residing in Texas. The Alabama-Coushatta Indians The Alabama-Coushatta Indians are actually comprised of two distinct tribes, namely the Alabama and Coushatta tribes, which coalesced and co-existed. These tribes are originally from Alabama, Mississippi and Georgia. Due to political reasons, the Alabama-Coushatta Indians were forced to move and managed to survive in East Texas (Moore... MINORITY CULTURE POPULATION Minority Culture Population Living in Texas SCHOOL Minority Culture Population Living in Texas This paper provides an overview of the culture of the...
Alabama Immigation Law
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...Alabama Immigration Law Introduction A prominent issue that hugged the headlines recently will go down in history as one of the most tenacious Anti-Immigration Bills ever written in the United States (Fausset) known as the "Beason-Hammon Alabama Taxpayer and Citizen Protection Act", or simply referred to as the Alabama House Bill 56 (Act). The Act is a crackdown on illegal immigration which is perceived to be the primary cause of economic hardship and lawlessness in the State. It is likewise advanced that illegal immigrants deprive lawful residents the full public benefits due them since public benefits accrue to all residents regardless... entities requiring hard labor without dedicated,...
Powell v. Alabama
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...Alabama, 287 U.S. 45 (1932), was argued Oct. 10 1932 and decided on Nov. 7, 1932 by vote of 7 to 2. Powell v. Alabama was the first of the infamous Scottsboro cases decided by the Supreme Court. In this case, nine black youths were arrested near Scottsboro, Alabama, and charged with having raped two white women riding on a freight train in March 1931. The accused youths were speedily indicted and tried for the crime of rape. On the day of the trials, an attorney appeared on behalf of the defendants, but stated that he would not formally represent them. As a result of the statement, the trial court ordered that all members of the local bar present in the courtroom should... Introduction Powell v....
Alabama Department of Corrections
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...Alabama Department of Corrections This paper studies the Alabama Department of Corrections, an agency responsible for the confinement of prisoners in the state of Alabama. The paper seeks to understand the decision making procedures of the agency, observing how planning and problem solving functions are undertaken by the agency. It is also within the confines of this paper to study the organizational chart of the agency, assessing whether it has a human bureaucratic relationship and how it runs within the organization. How the agency relates to the external environment such as the public and the government is also tackled by the paper....
Habitual Offender Laws" in Alabama
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...Alabama of the of the   Habitual Offender Laws in Alabama The three strikes law or habitual offender’s law as it is called in Alabama has been a popular tool for controlling crime in the 1990s. Even so, it suffers from the same maladies as other forms of mandatory sentencing, namely that it removes the ability of a judge’s discretion to decide otherwise looking at the particular circumstances of the case. Not all offences may be violent or serious enough to merit this kind of mandatory sentencing, and the long terms normally given to first and second time offenders are prescriptive enough to deter even hard core criminals. While Erwin Chemerinsky tries to prove... Offender Laws in Alabama of the of the...
Habitual Offender Laws in Alabama
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...Alabama of the of the   Habitual Offender Laws in Alabama The three strikes law or habitual offender’s law as it is called in Alabama has been a popular tool for controlling crime in the 1990s. Even so, it suffers from the same maladies as other forms of mandatory sentencing, namely that it removes the ability of a judge’s discretion to decide otherwise looking at the particular circumstances of the case. Not all offences may be violent or serious enough to merit this kind of mandatory sentencing, and the long terms normally given to first and second time offenders are prescriptive enough to deter even hard core criminals. While Erwin Chemerinsky tries to prove...   Habitual Offender Laws in Alabama of...
Personal Statement for University of South Alabama
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...Alabama Personal ment for of South Alabama I take this rare chance to justify my interest to study for the Doctor of Nursing Practice program from the University of South Alabama as my institution of choice. I choose this program because it suits and will help me meet my short-term and long-term goals. Educational and Professional Goals My clinical rotations and service with Walgreens Pharmacy has inspired a short-term goal in me to pursue specialized knowledge in adult health in order to equip myself with adequate knowledge on different clinical and medical conditions affecting adult population. I seek to gain the latest knowledge and technological proficiency... ment for of South Alabama Personal...
The case of Powell v. Alabama (1932)
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...Alabama (1932) In March 1932, 9 black men were accused of hopping on a freight train and raping 2 white women. The black men accused went by the names of Charlie Weems, Ozie Powell, Clarence Norris, Olen Montgomery, Willie Roberson, Haywood Patterson, Andrew Right, and Eugene Williams. Collectively the men became known as the Scottsboro boys. The women they were accused of raping were named Ruby Bates and Victoria Price. The men were tried in a court of law that did not allow them to receive legal representation until a few hours before their one day trial and where death sentences for all the 9 men were meted out immediately to all of the defendants except Roy Wright. The jury... was...
The Civil Rights Demonstration in Birmingham, Alabama
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...Alabama The Conditions Prior to the Storm Prior to the passage into law of the Civil Rights Act in 1964, the South had always been the most racially divided region in the country. It is here were segregationist policies are systematized through state legislations, the outcome of which were called the Jim Crow laws. However, Birmingham in Alabama stands out when it comes to the practice of racial discrimination. The black citizens of the city faced grave injustices and inequalities which were apparently results of prevalent belief among the white majority that colored peoples are generally inferior and, therefore, should be treated as such. Such cultural... ?The Civil Rights Demonstrations in Birmingham,...
Alabama and Wyoming: A Comparative Study of the Two States
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...Alabama and Wyoming: A Comparative Study of the Two s Introduction In this analytical paper, we have selected two states and compared how physical geography affected their past, present, and future in regards to settlements and economic growth. The states selected for this purpose are Alabama and Wyoming. Both the states have been geography transformed due to different human activities. However, they follow different patterns of change. Alabama has predominantly agricultural industries, while Wyoming has become a mining hub. Human settlements in these states varied widely in ethnic patterns during the various periods of history. Physical Geography of Alabama Alabama is a large state... Assignment...
U.S. Supreme Court: United States vs Alabama, (1960)
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...Alabama, (1960) Analysis of U.S. Supreme Court Case in United States v Alabama, (1960) The 1960 case of the United States versus Alabama was a watershed case in American history. The case was brought by the United States against the State of Alabama. The case was intended to ask the Supreme Court to offer injunctive and declaratory relief according to the Civil Rights Act of 1957. The State of Alabama is alleged to have passed electoral laws, which were deemed discriminatory. The District court had dismissed the claim by stating that the Civil Rights Act of 1957 did not offer grounds on which the suit could be brought. The case was brought before... Analysis of U.S. Supreme Court Case in United s v...
Responsibility of A Correctioanl Captain in the State of Alabama
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...Alabama Introduction A correctional captain is responsible for the accomplishment of varioussignificant tasks. The notion of correction encompasses a major commitment on the part of American society to deal with the people convicted of criminal law violations. The increase in the number of offenders under supervision in the past decade has caused a major expansion of correctional facilities, staff and budgets. In this regard, correctional captain is bestowed with the task to report to the designee or Sheriff. Moreover, a correctional captain is mainly accountable for the proficient functioning of a crucial organizational unit of the Sheriff... mentioned fields. The Alabama...
Does Globalization help or hurt the state of Alabama?
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...Alabama? Argumentative essay Introduction Globalization of the economy refers to unification of economies of the nations in the world. It can be achieved through elimination of trade barriers set by the government to protect their local economy. Globalization aims at ensuring that there is free trade between the nations. Globalization aims at increasing the goods and services available in the economy. It opens up labor markets and competition among the producers in the nation ensuring that quality commodities and opportunities are available in the economy. Globalization effects are dependent on the state of development of the nation. Countries that are termed... ? Does Globalization help or hurt the of...
Responsibility of A Correctioanl Captain in the State of Alabama
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...Alabama Introduction A correctional captain is responsible for the accomplishment of various significant tasks. The notion of correction encompasses a major commitment on the part of American society to deal with the people convicted of criminal law violations. The increase in the number of offenders under supervision in the past decade has caused a major expansion of correctional facilities, staff and budgets. In this regard, correctional captain is bestowed with the task to report to the designee or Sheriff. Moreover, a correctional captain is mainly accountable for the proficient functioning of a crucial organizational unit of the Sheriff... ? Responsibility of a Correctional Captain in the Of Alabama ...
Analysis of U.S. Supreme Court Case in United States v Alabama
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...Alabama, (1960) Analysis of U.S. Supreme Court Case in United States v Alabama, (1960) The 1960 case of the United States versus Alabama was a watershed case in American history. The case was brought by the United States against the State of Alabama. The case was intended to ask the Supreme Court to offer injunctive and declaratory relief according to the Civil Rights Act of 1957. The State of Alabama is alleged to have passed electoral laws, which were deemed discriminatory. The District court had dismissed the claim by stating that the Civil Rights Act of 1957 did not offer grounds on which the suit could be brought. The case was brought before... ? Analysis of U.S. Supreme Court Case in United s v...
Neal v. Alabama ByProducts Corporation, No.8282, 1990 Del. Ch. Lexis 127 (1990) Court of Chancery of Delaware
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...Alabama By-Products Corp. 1990 Del. Ch. LEXIS 127 Court of Chancery of Delaware Factual Background This case arose from a corporate merger in which dissenting minority shareholders alleged that they had been "squeezed out" in violation of Delaware law. The petitioners, minority shareholders of Alabama By-Products Corp., asserted in a request for an appraisal of their shares that the per share figure of $75 was inadequate. The petitioners relied upon three valuation methodologies and argued that their shares ought to have been valued at $193.40 per share; the corporation, respondent, countered with a figure of $64 per share based upon two valuation methodologies. A resolution... Case Brief Neal v....
Social Performance,Part 1
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...Alabama Power Company deals with generation, supply, and sale of electri across Alabama It main offices are in Birmingham city. The company is fully owned by southern company electricity suppliers. Alabama Power Company specializes mainly on provision of electricity to retail customers within the Alabama borders. The company through its diverse branches across U.S serves around two million customers in the United State. As of 31st December 2011, the company had a total of 6,632 employees (Atkins, 2006). By last year September 30th Alabama Company had 56,537,500 outstanding shares. Primary stakeholders are the people who stand directly to be affected either positively or negatively... Social Performance...
Business Law
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...Alabama to the civil rights activists. However, irrespective of being predominantly accurate, some of the details printed in the advertisement were false. One of the police officers of Montgomery, Alabama, Sullivan took an offense to this advertisement, believing that it sullied his reputation... of the Business of the Concerned September 18, New York Times v. Sullivan The New York Time v. Sullivan happened tobe a historical Supreme Court decision in the sphere of defamation and libel. In 1960 The New York Time printed a full page advertisement that was paid for by the civil rights activists. The advertisement happened to be critical of the behavior met by the police authorities of Montgomery, Alabama t...
Illegal Immigration and Immigration Reform
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...Alabama is too harsh and it is definite that both the undocumented immigrants and the state of Alabama will experience devastating consequences. Since the anti-immigrant law compelled undocumented immigrants to flee the state, Alabama is expected to have a significant economic down fall (Latin America News Dispatch 1). This is because the undocumented immigrants provided a great portion of the state’s work force. The immigrants were forced to flee because the legal reforms would make them to lose their livelihoods. The agriculture industry of Alabama had the immigrants as the backbone of its economic progress. The fleeing... of the immigrants revealed a negative economic implication on the...
Using hospital robots for surgery saves time and lives
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...Alabama hospital patients My role: Medical practitioner at Alabama Hospital Scenario: Alabama hospital has embarked on using robots for surgery in a move to replace surgical doctors and thus reduce the deaths caused by delayed surgical operations in patients. The management of the hospital has chosen to inform patients of the new invention and its advantages by including it on every patient’s hospital card. Format: Patients’ hospital... ? Using Hospital Robots for Surgery Saves Time and Lives Problem/ Solution Scenario Topic: Should hospitals in theUSA be allowed to use robots for surgery? Problem: Hospital surgery robots invention is an unsafe medical technology that saves time and lives. Audience:...
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...Alabama’s controversial immigration law According to the recent news, Alabama is on the move of executing illegal immigration paraphernalia prior to a court’s ruling. Elliott (2009) in the news of NPR indicates that the move by Alabama has had heated debates on its legitimacy. With the decision likely to be made, numerous versions of the story keep coming up by the day. Mr. Robert Bentley, the governor brought a complete different view on the issue of unlawful immigration. According to the NPR news; governor Robert claims that the system works on computerized basis, that gives the government an easier task to discern who is getting into the country and who is leaving. The system accepts... News on...
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...Alabama. The article’s focus on Alabama is strategic as it allows the researcher to significantly exhaust the topic of study within that specific area. The methodology encompassed the use of a sample size of 70 highly qualified teachers in southeast Alabama from the 117 teachers in the county who had agreed to participate... Article Summary Affiliation: Special education teachers in the U.S have been relocating and migrating for the last few years, and this has resulted in demand influx for more teachers. A study developed by Levine (2001) was conducted to determine reasons that led to a high rate of turnover for the highly qualified special education teachers in the country, paying special attention to...
The Creek war
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...Alabama, Georgia & Florida) at that time. Even though it was started as a civil war, the interference of American military in this war forced people to believe it as a part of the ongoing war between America and Britain during this period. “The civil war among the Creeks had started as a result of a religious explosion among certain factions of the nation during the winter of 1812-1813 in the name of Prophet Tenskwatawa” (The Creek War of 1813-1814 in Alabama, Georgia & Florida). The purpose of this war was to liberate... The Creek War The creek war was occurred from 1813 to 1814. It began as a civil war within the Native Americans (Creeks) who were located at the south eastern part of United States...
Healthy People 2020
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...Alabama. The work is a health needs assessment executed in relation with Healthy People 2020. The United States federal government has been conducting ten-year programs for at least the last 20 years. In 1990 or thereabouts, Healthy People 2000 was launched by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services to guide public health initiatives for the next 10 years or up to 2000. In 2000 or thereabouts, Healthy People 2010 was launched to guide work for the next 10 years or up to 2010. Finally, in 2010, Healthy People 2020 was launched to guide health... Montgomery, End Stage Renal Disease, and Healthy People 2020 I. Introduction This work focuses on people with end stage renal disease in Montgomery,...
Healthy People 2020
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...Alabama. The work is a health needs assessment executed in relation with Healthy People 2020. The United States federal government has been conducting ten-year programs for at least the last 20 years. In 1990 or thereabouts, Healthy People 2000 was launched by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services to guide public health initiatives for the next 10 years or up to 2000. In 2000 or thereabouts, Healthy People 2010 was launched to guide work for the next 10 years or up to 2010. Finally, in 2010, Healthy People 2020 was launched to guide health... ?Montgomery, End Stage Renal Disease, and Healthy People 2020 I. Introduction This work focuses on people with end stage renal disease in...
Legal Brief
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...Alabama. The New York Times said the suit was a way of intimidating new publishing houses, and a way of averting them from exposing unlawful actions of workers in relation to the segregation. Sullivan won the case in the trial court. 3. Issues The famous case of New York Times vs. Sullivan was a cry of the black people about the segregation and liberty of speech. The laws state that ‘A municipal official litigating for libel must... Task Case Brief and Citation The case is of New York Times Co. Vs. Sullivan- 376 U.S 254 (1964), a case of the UnitedStates Supreme Court (Justia.com). 2. Facts of the Case This is the case that defined the standard of actual malice and the level of speech freedom with rega...
Ryan Lambright, euphonium
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...Alabama, Department of Music is a great platform provided for all the people passionate about music. It gives a proper platform for all the musicians who want to become professional and all the professional musicians that need to polish their talents and wish to display their professionalism in front of the world. University of South Alabama, Department of music is no doubt a fantastic opportunity for the success of innumerable musicians. It sanctions all the professional musicians and the educators of music to illustrate their talent and allows the young students of music to build up their career in music... Inserts His/her Inserts Inserts Grade Inserts Ryan Lambright, Euphonium. University of South...
National Advocacy Paper (political science)
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...Alabama’s House of Representatives Pass Arizona Style Anti-Immigration Law Alabama’s House of Representatives passed an Arizona-style Bill by a vote of 73-28 on April 5, 2011 (Chandler 2011). The Bill is now headed to the State Senate (Beyerle 2011). Like the Arizona immigration law, the Alabama Bill confers upon law enforcement, the authority to arrest and detain all individuals that they reasonably suspect are illegal aliens (Chandler 2011). Republican Senator Micky Hammon who sponsored the Alabama Bill explained that the rationale behind the Bill was to “make it difficult for” illegal aliens to live in...
Native American Tribes
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...Alabama-Coushatta Tribes of Texas (located in Livingston, Texas), the Kickapoo Traditional Tribes of Texas (located in Eagle Pass, Texas) and the Ysleta del Sur Pueblo (located in El Paso, Texas) (Texas.gov, n. d.). So far, both... ? Native Americans and Outsourcing: Texas Native Americans and Outsourcing: Texas One of the largest groups of Native American Indians, the Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation in the northeastern region of the state of Oregon is reported to be participating in outsourcing. According to Leiber, the firm Cayuse Technologies, an information technology form owned by the Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation, actually posted “$7.7 million in...
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...Alabama Clergymen’s Public ment to Martin Luther King, Jr.” Quotation Essay The analyzed quotationis part of “Eight Alabama Clergymen’s Public Statement to Martin Luther King, Jr.”. It was written by a group of white clergymen from Birmingham in 1963. That year the integration process between white and African-American population was going on in southern states. The eight clergymen represented Episcopalian, Catholic, Methodist, Baptist, and Jewish faiths. They included priests, bishops, ministers, and a rabbi. In the statement the clergymen expressed their criticism of King’s civil rights demonstrations. The authors of the statement called for ending the protests in Birmingham and believed... “Eight...
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...Alabama Clergymen’s Public ment to Martin Luther King, Jr.” Quotation Essay The analyzed quotation is part of “Eight Alabama Clergymen’s Public Statement to Martin Luther King, Jr.”. It was written by a group of white clergymen from Birmingham in 1963. That year the integration process between white and African-American population was going on in southern states. The eight clergymen represented Episcopalian, Catholic, Methodist, Baptist, and Jewish faiths. They included priests, bishops, ministers, and a rabbi. In the statement the clergymen expressed their criticism of King’s civil rights demonstrations. The authors of the statement called for ending the protests in Birmingham and believed... “Eight...
Facility Planning-Part I
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...Alabama Medical Center (EAMC) was envisioned to provide health services to the residents of Lee County About Us’, n. d.). However, because of its proximity to other counties of Alabama, the hospital provides healthcare to other Alabama residents as well. In fact, aside from Lee County, there are four other counties which EAMC serves (Versweyveld, 2006). Lee County is 607.54 square miles big, which is 1% of Alabama’s land area (‘Lee County, Alabama’, 2012). As of 2010, the population in this area was 115, 092, composed of mostly Caucasians, some African Americans and a few belonging to other races like Asians and South Americans (‘About Us’, n. d.). 9.1% and 6.2... The community In 1945, the East Alabama...
Migration in the US
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...Alabama in U.S to control illegal immigrants Alabama Taxpayers and Citizen Protection Act was signed By Alabama governor on June 1st 2011 into Law .The law was latter passed on June 1st by the Alabama legislators whose aim was to primarily deal with illegal immigrants and any un authorized foreigner .The new regulations deal with private business and business employers and health care issues. Some of the sections of the Acts are as discussed below: SECTION15 (a): EMPOLYMENT OF ALIENS This section deals with the employment of aliens within the state of Alabama. The law will start... Migration in the US The purpose of this study is to examine the recent Restrictive and harsh immigration lawsenforced in...
Environmental regulation
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...Alabama state regulations have been created by the Alabama Department of Environment Management (ADEM) having legislative sanction for implementing the federal laws at state level. ADEM has... ?Environmental Regulations The U.S. Environment Protection Agency (EPA) has been assigned the responsibility of formulating regulations for environment protection. Without writing regulations, laws on environment protection can not be enforced against those individuals, businesses, local and state governments, non-profit organizations and others, not adhering to the currently in-force regulations (EPA, “Regulations,” par. 1). The process of writing a regulation starts with the need of the regulation. Different...
CULTURAL CONSIDERATIONS: ASTHMA
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...Alabama, where the patient population is about 10.5% of its overall inhabitants (CDC, n.d.). Though genetics is a major actor in the occurrence of asthma, the high incidence of the condition in Etowah County cannot be wholly attributed to the genome organization of the inhabitants. Surveys carried out by various stakeholders in the State of Alabama have over time pointed towards the fact that too much exposure to second-hand smoke, which often brings about air pollution, is an integral agent in the high incidence of the condition in Etowah County and the State of Alabama as a whole. In like manner, the rate of asthma in Etowah County has... Cultural Considerations: Asthma Cultural Considerations:...
Criminal Procedure Variation
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...Alabama passed the Death Penalty Act of 1981. This was in new agreement after the Supreme Court Case Beck v. Alabama, 447 U.S. 625 (1980): which "Struck a portion of Alabama's death penalty law that blocked juries from convicting defendants of an included lesser offense rather than the capital crime itself; juries were required to either convict a defendant of the capital crime or to acquit him."( http://justice.uaa.alaska.edu/death... Although we are all one united country, various laws and practices can vary from to One such of these laws is the use of the death penalty, and the various accordance with the law and carrying out of the death penalty. After various disagreements with the Supreme Court, A...
Comparison of state funding strategies
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...Alabama, on the other hand, has a very unique state funding scheme that is meant purposely for college students (Alabama Commission on Higher Education, 2013). Unlike the first two strategies discussed, this one requires students to apply... Comparison of Funding Strategies Comparison of Funding Strategies funding has always been necessary in the successful running of agencies and bodies that come under the jurisdiction of state authorities, including educational institutions. Across different states, different state funding strategies are used with the aim of maximizing the benefits that will come from such finding. In the state of Texas, a recent state funding scheme was introduced for the purpose of...
Social Performance Part 2
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...Alabama Power Company is mainly concerned with the generation, supply, and sale of electricity across the Alabama State (Atkins, 2006). The main offices of the company are in Birmingham city. Alabama power Company is fully owned fully by the Southern Company Electricity suppliers. The company mainly specializes on provisions of electricity to retail customers located within the borders of Alabama (Atkins, 2006). The company serves around two million people in the United State. The company had a total of 6,632 employees as at 31st December 2011. Atkins (2006) confirms that the number of Alabama Company outstanding shares was 56,537,500. Companies have set up a code... of...
US Immigration/ 3 articles
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...Alabama and the laws put in place to ascertain the immigration status of pupils as well as their parents. It can be seen what effect the law has had on the school attendance by the affected groups especially the Hispanics. The other article expresses some of the measures that have been put in place by the various administrations and what has actually been done in trying to address the problem of immigration. The first article written by the Times Editorial... Immigration I found and read three articles in the New York Times about United s Immigration. These three articles express views of people about the laws that have been put in place concerning immigrants. Two articles talk specifically about...
Federal Government Policies for Railroad
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...Alabama, 2007). The intent of the funding towards high-speed rail technology was to ensure "improvement, adaptation and integration of proven technologies for commercial application in high-speed rail service". The policy was with specific reference to Huntsville, four-county region comprising Limestone, Marshall, Madison, and Morgan counties. The Congress approved "total of $40 million for fiscal years 1998-2001 for corridor planning and $100 million for technology improvements" towards Alabama region. Significance of Applied Proposal... The American federal government has previously attempted to promote "rail usage and guide its development". The federal government has been involved in measures which...
Agency report on Foster Care
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...Alabama Baptist Children's Homes & Family Ministries. Alabama Baptist Children's Homes & Family Ministries This is a Christian organization that has been around for more than 116 years. Alabama Baptist Children's Homes & Family Ministries is found in Alabama in the US and it has continued to embrace its tradition of foster-caring for minors and/or families. The minor(s) and families under the care of this organization are nurtured to become productive and pro-Christ... Introduction Foster care is an issue that has been in practice as long as history itself started to exist. It is a system in which parents who are not the biological parents of the child (minors) in question are certified and given the...
Community Health Concerns
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...Alabama My discussion is about obesity in the community of Etowah County in Alabama. I will begin my discourse by explaining the meaning of obesity. Obesity is the excessively high amount of adipose tissue or body fat in relation to lean body mass. The body mass index is a quota employed to express the relationship or ratio of weight and height. It is a phrase in which an individual’s body weight in kilograms is divided by her/his height in meters squared (wt/ (ht) 2. The BMI is commonly associated to body fat than any other measure of weight and height (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 2014). According to a research conducted... Community Health Concerns due: Obesity in Etowah County in...
Working With Diverse Populations
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...Alabama. The issue of poverty should be addresses on various levels. To begin with, one should note that there may be households that make extremely small amount... Working With Diverse Populations It would not be an exaggeration to point out that living in society should be regarded asan important prerequisite for the development of the inner potential of a person, since one of the roles of the government is to make sure that distribution of wealth is carried out and social justice is maintained. Nevertheless, there might be groups of people who may find themselves in difficult conditions. This paper will analyze challenges for human services while helping African Americans who live in poverty in...
The Apportionment Problem
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...Alabama). This is so that they could have more than one representative, as Five would technically have .07! Changes in population would cause this apportionment to be revisited occasionally and again, the US method of a census every decade determining representation would be the best bet. The biggest problem with this is the method is absolutely unfair in that four states (3, 4, 6 and 8) will control 65% of the votes. However the method seems to work quite well in the US where states like California and New York likewise have a large representation. Yet the country’s multiple party method seems to work quite well, for Congressional votes are generally along party lines and seldom do... The...
Narrative
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...Alabama area during the period from 1813 until 1814. The said war is known as the “bloodiest war waged by the Creek Indians against the white people throughout the history” of the country (Halbert & Ball 13). The main reason for the impact of the war is the fact that a great unity among all the branches of the Choctaw-Muscogee stock of Indians who all fought against the white people. In addition, the united move had resulted to important contribution of the group in the history of the Gulf States (19). The group involved in the Creek War was composed of different branches of Indian stock namely... The Truth Behind the Creek Wars Creek War is a conflict within the United s land specifically in the...
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...Alabama was about the breach of fiduciary duty with the plaintiff being Suzy Strickland Harbison and the defendant being Bonnie Strickland. Bonnie Strickland and her husband Jake were the founders of the Strickland family limited liability company, being part of their estate plan. The duo then transferred 83% of the company’s equity shares to Suzy Strickland Harbison, who is their daughter thus remaining with 17% interest in the company. With the death of the husband, Bonnie became the only comanager of the company and in 2002; she conveyed parcels of real estate belonging to the company to her son David Strickland. Suzy Harbison... Fiduciary duty Fact: The case that was presented to the law court of...
Martin Luther King's Letter from Birmingham Jail
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...Alabama? Martin Luther King Junior (MLK) is well-known for his relentless efforts in advocating for civil rights for minorities in the United States, particularly the civil rights of the African Americans (Wilson 15). He used non-violent means, as well as boycotts and protests in crusading for justice and civil rights. It is during one of these protests in 1963 that MLK and other activists were brutally arrested in Birmingham, Alabama, for violating court injunction issued by the State Circuit court against protests. While he was confined in the jail, King spent four days writing a letter that was known... How did MLK's Letter from Birmingham Jail influence the civil-rights movement in Birmingham,...
How the country Music of that Era Helped
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...Alabama, the popular Rock Band, in 1969. They were known by the name Young Country. They first played at High school talent contest, won the first prize, and gradually decided to make music their full time career. They renamed it Wild Country and later called it Alabama. Alabama gave a new facet to the country music. They are not only famous for their soulful southern ballads that Writer 2 stirred emotions in women of all ages but also catered to the enthusiasm... How the country Music of that Era Helped Country music has its beginning in music styles brought over by first European settlers. In the medieval times, storytelling was the tradition that helped in recording the important events of the...
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...Alabama, 2007). The intent of the funding towards high-speed rail technology was to ensure "improvement, adaptation and integration of proven technologies for commercial application in high-speed rail service". The policy was with specific reference to Huntsville, four-county region comprising Limestone, Marshall, Madison, and Morgan counties. The Congress approved "total of $40 million for fiscal years 1998-2001 for corridor planning and $100 million for technology improvements" towards Alabama region. Significance of Applied Proposal... The American federal government has previously attempted to promote "rail usage and guide its development". The federal government has been involved in measures which...
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