StudentShare solutions
Triangle menu
Hedge Fund Bail Outs
2 pages (500 words) , Download 1
...bail out private financial s? Yes and no. A. Give the “positive” arguments for….The positive argument for public money being used to bail out private financial institutions are if private financial institutions fail the economy would be worse off than it is now. This would be the result of little or no credit being extended to the American public. B. Give the “normative” arguments against….. The normative argument for public money being used to bail out private financial institutions is that of being unfair to normal American homeowners forced to pay for their mistakes with their homes. Public money is not being used to help Americans for losing their homes... 1. Should public money be used to...
Preview
Did the government bail outs actually work
6 pages (1500 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...bail out every homeowner. It makes financial sense to only modify those mortgages where the homeowner can maintain payments at a new rate and remain in their home. The Obama administration has acted on behalf of “Main Street” by requiring mortgage servicers to establish a single contact point for troubled homeowners and has set forth stricter foreclosure rules... ?A subhead has been added. We cannot possibly know your level or style of writing. You will have to adjust it according to your particular needs. Student name Instructor name Course name Date The Bailouts Worked: Like the Concept or Not A second Great Depression averted by government intervention It was late summer 2008. The nation was losing...
Preview
United States Bail-out of Banks
8 pages (2000 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...BAIL-OUT PROGRAM While some economists have argued in favour of the bail-out plan, an almost equal number have argued that the move will not save the country from its economic downturn as the country's economy continues on its way towards a deeper recession. Proponents of this move argue that without the institution of such measures to rescue banks and mortgage firms, the recession would most probably get longer with a potential for developing... into a depression. Immediately after the announcement of a tentative bailout plan, data showed rising unemployment, a hunkered-down consumer and declines in business spending. The biggest challenge however is the tight credit market after WaMU...
Preview
Italy Too Big to Fail and Too Big to Bail
4 pages (1000 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Bail – Is US listening  The article, Italy Too Big to Fail and Too Big to Bail – Is US listening is very relevant to the European debt crisis. This article focuses exclusively on Italy and not other nations like Greece, Ireland and Portugal which were most affected by the economic situation. An analysis of the crisis faced by Greece, Ireland and Portugal would have helped in explaining the similar situation that Italy currently faces. A closed scrutiny and vigilance in the fiscal analysis of budgeting would have helped countries such as Greece, Ireland and Portugal from facing such severe economic threats. The huge economic deficit resulted... ?`Article analysis Italy Too Big to Fail and Too Big to Bail...
Preview
Did the government bail outs actually work Yah or Nay
6 pages (1500 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...bail out every homeowner. It makes financial sense to only modify those mortgages where the homeowner can maintain payments at a new rate and remain in their home. The Obama administration has acted on behalf of “Main Street” by requiring mortgage servicers to establish a single contact point for troubled homeowners and has set forth stricter... A subhead has been added. We cannot possibly know your level or style of writing. You will have to adjust it according to your particular needs. Student name Instructor name Course name Date The Bailouts Worked: Like the Concept or Not A second Great Depression averted by government intervention It was late summer 2008. The nation was losing hundreds of thousands...
Preview
Should the US Taxpayer Bail Out the US Automobile Industry
2 pages (500 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Bail Out the US Automobile Industry For long, the US auto industry has been considered to be a massive creator of jobs and a reliable engine of productivity. Not only the American culture has assimilated the US auto industry in its folds, but the industry under consideration is a vital and integral component of the American economy. However, the things have drastically altered in the current scenario and the US auto industry does not stand to pose a really rosy picture. The question that impinges upon the consciousness of the politicians, the taxpayers and the intelligentsia is that should the federal funds be used to bail... of the of the Concerned 11 December 2008 Should the US Taxpayer...
Preview
Should the Government Bail out the Auto Industry
10 pages (2500 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Bailing out Automobile Industry in USA is necessary? Is Bailing out Automobile Industry in USA is necessary? of the College Professor’s Name Name of the Subject Abstract Bailing out of automobile industry has become essential as it will have larger effect on American society and jobs in U.S.A. If auto industry is allowed to go down, then it will have greater effect on their suppliers, employees, middle-class society that reckons upon automobile industry. If auto industries file a chapter 11 petition or if it declares a lock-out, it will have greater implication on communities whose infrastructure and housing may become nearly...
Preview
The US govrnement recently approved a 700$ billion bail out package to help stabalize the U.S DO YOU SUPPORT OR OPPOSE THE PACKAGE TAKE A POSTION AND IN FIVE PAPRAGRAPHS DISCUSS AND JUSTIFY YOUR POSTION
1 pages (250 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Bail out: Introduction: The 700 billion bail out is an effort by the US government to stabilize the financial market especially by purchasing mortgage backed securities which will increase capital in banks, However this was the only appropriate decision to make given the prevailing situation in the economy. Why the bail out: Henry Paulson spelt out the importance of the bail out and stated that the bailout would stabilize the economy, improve liquidity and also improve investor confidence, in my own view these reasons are justifiable given that investors had lost confidence with the market whereby stock prices kept...
Preview
Should the top executives of the major banks that received bail-out money be allowed to receive large bonuses
5 pages (1250 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...? “Ethical Relevance of Paying Large Bonuses to Top Executives of Banks that Received Bailout” Assignment) Introduction The recent past witnessed the collapse of American and European banking industries which could be attributed to strategic flaws or managerial failures. The poor governmental regulations on banking sector also contributed to this disintegration. It is said that inefficient usage of monetary tools initiated by regulators was one of the main issues associated with the strategic failure of the banking industry, which intensified the scale of bailout. The act of providing additional capital to banks and other organizations when they face the danger of bankruptcy is called... “Ethical...
Preview
LR&W 10 LAB WORK
1 pages (250 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Bail Bonds and Bounty Hunter Delaware’s bail bond laws related to Bounty Hunters, Bail Bondsman, Bail, Enforcement, and Fugitive Apprehension is discussed in this assignment. However, it is not a legal advice, because laws often changes. Delaware Bail Bond Law State Statutes and State Court Rules Presently, the statues of Delaware don’t include complete rules for bail enforcement representative or recovery of bail bond; however few provisions are there related to forfeiture. In the House Bill # 266 the most complete regulations are present. Therefore in this bill the relevant provisions provided for purpose of information which probably... LR&W 10 LAB WORK of LR&W 10 LAB WORK Delaware Laws Regarding Bail ...
Preview
United States v. Salerno
2 pages (500 words) , Download 0
Free
...Bail Reform Act of 1984”. It was during the trial for this case that the US Supreme Court decided that a detainee may be kept under arrest provided that the prosecution could prove that the accused was a danger to the community and other people. Therefore, there was no violation of the 5th amendment nor the Excessive Bail Clause of the 8th Amendment. This case was based upon the arrest and subsequent indictment of La Cosa Nostra boss Anthony Salerno on violations of the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act (RICO Act). Due to evidence that he proved to be a danger to the community... , the government requested that he be held without bail until trial. The 2nd...
Preview
The Judicial System in the Bahamas
1 pages (250 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Bail Should be Waived Bahamas is no longer the same country that has been known before for its peacefulness and serenity. Now, it is being plagued with problems related to crime, prompting many people to become fearful for their lives and properties. What makes it even more unfortunate is the fact that this problem is now badly affecting one of the country’s major sources of revenues, which is tourism. An article in the Washington Post even said that “this island nation finished 2009 with record 87 murders - a statistic (that) tourism officials probably wont be trumpeting” in their ads. (March 14, 2010) Among the causal factors of this situation that is pointed out... Repeat Offenders’ Right to Bail...
Preview
Seminar in criminology Discussion 5
1 pages (250 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...bail, if they want get released prior to a trial. For defendants who want to get the assistance from surety companies or bail bondsmen, they still face other barriers. Defendants seeking such assistance are likely to fall prey to opportunists who are fond of abusing... Law Discussion 5: Criminology Q a Barriers facing defendants when securing pretrial releases One of the barriers that defendants face when securing a pretrial release is lack of finances to post bond. The system allows the judge to inform defendant whether he or she is eligible for a release that comes prior to the trial. Defendants from lower socioeconomic levels are not likely to benefit when the judge decides that they should post...
Preview
Law
6 pages (1500 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Bail' In 2003, a new amendment to the previous law on criminal justice was passed. From then onwards, certain classes of offenders have been excused from being brought in the police stations. Instead, they could be bailed on the scene of crime by a police officer. However, Hucklesby criticizes this policy for its wide discretion and incompetence of the police officers to deal with such responsibility. As a result, the new amendment will increase a number of arrests. Unfortunately, even in 2012, until more research is conducted to collect data on duration of street bail, Hucklesby’s claims remain valid. Street bail... was introduced in the British legal system in 2003. The amendment came into...
Preview
Historical Background that Led to the Eighth Amendment
3 pages (750 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...bail coupled with inhumane... Historical Background That Led To the Eighth Amendment The origin of the 8th Amendment is the English Bill of Right MagnaCarta principle, and which stated that punishments should fit the crime as a free individual should not be fined for petty offenses except based on the magnitude of the offense. The founding fathers used the Magna Carta principle that when it comes to great offenses, a man ought to be fined based on the enormity of the offense. The Massachusetts Bay colony sought to recognize human rights as they had knowledge of the English Bill of Rights which tried individuals for numerous acts of perjury that had resulted in lots of executions with no right to bail...
Preview
Financial Markets College Essay
1 pages (250 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Bail out: Introduction: The 700 billion bail out is an effort by the US government to stabilize the financial market especially by purchasing mortgage backed securities which will increase capital in banks, However this was the only appropriate decision to make given the prevailing situation in the economy. Why the bail out: Henry Paulson spelt out the importance of the bail out and stated that the bailout would stabilize the economy, improve liquidity and also improve investor confidence, in my own view these reasons are justifiable given that investors had lost confidence with the market whereby stock prices kept...
Preview
VIVA examination
10 pages (2500 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...bail under section of the Bail Act of 1976. In making, this bail application I will refer to: i) The defendants proof of evidence (Document 2) ii) Antecedents of Nicholas jones (Document 5) The case against the defendant is wounding with intent contrary to section 18 of the Offences Against the person act 1861. The alleged crime was committed on April 2 where it is alleged that the defendant unlawfully and maliciously wounded Oliver Davies with intent to cause him grievous bodily harm. The defendant was initially granted pre-charge bail but this was subsequently denied. From his statement of proof, document 2, it is evident... that the defendant did not deliberately injure the plaintiff. The...
Preview
Chapter 11 & 12
2 pages (500 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Bail Reform Act of 1984 they allowed judges to deny bail if they believed a defendant was a threat to others, even if he was not a flight risk. Advocates for the law want the public kept safe, while critics believe that defendants should not be subject to such detention unless they are proven guilty. Do you support the passage of this law? Does the law violate the defendant’s constitutional rights? As always, explain and support your position. I do support the passage of the Bail Reform Act, 1984, which gave judges the discretion to deny bail on the basis and belief that a defendant poses a threat to the society. In my opinion, allowing the judges... the discretion of setting...
Preview
Film review for the movie blow
4 pages (1000 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...bail to take care of her. Later on, he visited his parents, and his mother had called... Sur The Depiction of Criminal Justice in the Movie Blow In Blow, we can clearly see that the movie was meant more as the entertainment than as a specific and fact-based look at the criminal justice process. There were not enough scenes portraying the process George Jung went through; though the few scenes that did demonstrate the issues that should be analyzed. Initially, George Jung had to go to prison because he was convicted of selling and distributing marijuana. However, since he was facing two years in prison and his girlfriend was dying of cancer and would not be alive when he got out of prison, he jumped bail ...
Preview
900 women
1 pages (250 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...bail. She had been taken in for being in heroin business. She is released, but is caught again, and is brought back into the jail. All of these women show how hard it was for them to cope with their lives. They had to leave their relatives and loved ones, and had to stay in jail where they worked and strived for their survival. The film shows their hope embodied in frustration that showed itself within the boundaries of the jail. Following Keanne, the film shows that the women wanted to be free but they had to stay imprisoned to wait either for bail or for death.... full March 14, 900 Women 900 Women is a film by Laleh Khadivi shows The Louisiana Correctional Institute located in the swamps of southern...
Preview
Intro to Criminal Justice Module 5 Writing
3 pages (750 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...bail, pretrial... Running head: American Court System Outline TheHistory of the American Court System Levels of State Courts and the Functions Thereof The Functions of Each Level of the Federal Court System The Duties, Roles, Background, and Selection of Judges The Roles and Responsibilities of Prosecutors and Defense Attorneys Pretrial Release in the United States How Grand Jury Hearings Work and Criticisms Thereof The Prosecutors Charging Decision Preliminary Hearing and Defense through Discovery The Concept of Plea Bargaining The History of the American Court System The American court system was informed by the English common law and the English court system due to colonial ties. There were colonial c...
Preview
Should the government bailout failing businesses - Argument aginst
15 pages (3750 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...BAIL-OUT Table of Contents Introduction 3 The Background 4 The Scenario 5 Bail-Out: The Only Way Out? 7 Against Bail-Out 8 Conclusions 11 References 12 Bibliography 14 Introduction The financial crisis that emerged as the consequence of the mortgage and the debt market failure in the United States since mid 2007 saw many of the top financial institutions becoming bankrupt. The institutions, credited with superb ranking from the top-notch rating agencies collapsed like house of cards. Though the companies affected were in private hands, yet some of them were viewed as Too-Big-To-Fail companies and the policy makers of the land used tax payers’ money to save those companies from being... ARGUMENTS AGAINST...
Preview
Business Law, Sparkle Solutions, Dalton and Empire Finance
8 pages (2000 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...bail system (Quinn 2009). Case under Consideration: It is imperative to understand the case before understanding the necessary bail system amendments as well as liability under which the defender is held. In this case, a contract the finance Empire Company sued a contract cleaning company, Sparkles Solutions because of Sparkle Solutions employee Dalton, who stole a large amount of money from Empire Finance office. Despite that Dalton has been caught... Business Law, Sparkle Solutions, Dalton and Empire Finance Business Law, Sparkle Solutions, Dalton and Empire Finance Introduction: The objective of this law case study is to appraise and assess Irish legal system in accordance to the corporate case taken ...
Preview
Chicago 8
1 pages (250 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...bail, while the African American was not allowed bail and was not even allowed to represent himself... Movie Summary Chicago 8 is the of a movie that was made public during the period of (Perry 1). The purpose of the movie was to depict a trial that was taking place against eight protestors who were protesting against the government due to war in which the government was indulged in. The movie depicts that one of these eight individuals is an African American whose main purpose was to persuade the judge and the government to provide him with equal treatment. The movie depicted the racial differences in criminal justice system as the remaining seven protestors were allowed to be free on the basis of...
Preview
International economics
1 pages (250 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...bail them out. Conclusion Portugal, Greece and Spain have been the poor performers of the Eurozone. These countries have shown... the disadvantages of having a fixed currency regime. Ever since these nations adopted the Euro, they have been unable to implement the required measures for independent monetary policy in order to mitigate the effects of an economic downfall in the Eurozone. European Union leaders have been giving stabilization packages to bail out these countries and maintain stability in the Eurozone but these countries are still lagging behind. Despite the many advantages a fixed currency regime has to offer, Portugal Greece and Spain prove...
Preview
Getting booked into jail
2 pages (500 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...bail calculated, and a law court date is set. There are inmates who may be eligible to be freed on their own recognizance eighteen hours after booking. Majority of inmates are eligible to be bailed out, and to have access to telephones for bail arrangements through family, friends, or bail agents (Frantz 220). When it is confirmed that inmates are not going to be released on their individual recognizance or making bail, they get a classification interview to determine their housing criteria (Frantz 173).  The booking process will take anywhere from one hour up to six hours depending on the co-operation of...
Preview
Viva examination
10 pages (2500 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...bail hearing on behalf of Mr. Nicolas Jones. It is worth mentioning that the situation of not becoming successful in getting the bail of Mr. Jones after persuading the CPS solicitor and providing proof of evidences eventually triggered the need for preparing an effective contested bail hearing. In relation to the case, the need for preparing contested bail hearing mainly emerged at the time when Mr. Jones had been arrested... Viva Examination Table of Contents Scenario One – R v Jones 3 Scenario Two - R v Jones 5 Scenario Three – R v Smith 6 Scenario Four - R v Smith [2015] 8 References 11 Scenario One – R v Jones [2015] In this particular scenario, an attempt has been made to prepare for a contested bai...
Preview
Investment Banking in 2008
8 pages (2000 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Bail Out of Proprietary Hedge Funds 7 Bank Holding Companies: Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley 7 Too Big To Fail: Merits, Demerits and the Way Out 8 Allan Greenspan and the Concept of Too Big To Fail 9 Bibliography 11 Deregulation & the Crisis There were a number of deregulatory measures initiated by the authorities of United States in the decade of 1990s. The reason for such hype of the deregulatory measures has been primarily the universal bank model... INVESTMENT BANKING IN 2008 Table of Contents Deregulation & the Crisis 3 Remaining Competitive Against the Trend 4 Collapse of Lehman Brothers but Bear Stearns Saved 4 Compensation, Risk & Profit 6 Performance, Panic & the Crisis 6 Bail ...
Preview
Forced Drug Testing of Defendants
4 pages (1000 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...bail packages. Moreover, then President Clinton demanded that Attorney General Reno make all efforts with the states... Forced Drug Testing: Should Defendants Be Forced to Take a Drug Test Are pretrial programs effective in reducing failure to appear rates and pretrial crime Or are pretrial drug-testing programs ineffective because they are based on faulty assumptions In December 1995, then President Bill Clinton directed that then Attorney General of the United States, Janet Reno to design and enforce a drug policy which would be applied universally to all those arrested pursuant to federal law. This drug testing was to take place before a decision would be made by the judge or magistrate regarding bai...
Preview
Criminal Justice Process
8 pages (2000 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...bail can either be issued depending on the case (Earl, Robert & Araten, 1989... Criminal Justice Process Criminal justice is explained as a group of practices, strategies and courts intended to sustain social accountability, dissuading and mitigating crimes and implementing penalties against those found responsible of committing crimes. The criminal justice system comprises of three major components that work together to see the criminal justice process throughout the beginning to end. Criminal al justice can also be seen as the application or study of laws concerning criminal behaviour. Criminal justice governs the process of investigation, evidence gathering, arresting, charging, defending, trial...
Preview
Stages of a Criminal Trial
2 pages (500 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...bail. Bail allows the defendant to go free before the criminal proceedings in exchange for a cash deposit. During the O.J. Simpson trail bail was denied by the court system because of the severity of the crime. Notably, many criminal cases are resolved during the arraignment proceedings, as the criminal defendant reaches a plea arrangement with the prosecution. Following the arraignment proceedings, are the pre-trial motions... Stages of a Criminal Trial The American legal system has a number of interlocking stages that form a comprehensive judicial process. This essay examines each of these stages and considers any potential challenges. These stages are also considered in terms of how they were...
Preview
The 8th Amendment to the US Constitution
3 pages (750 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...bail shall not be required, nor excessive fines imposed and no cruel, nor cruel and unusual punishments inflicted.” The 8th... ?Running Head: THE 8TH AMENDMENT TO THE US CONSTITUTION The 8th Amendment to the US Constitution By Introduction There are, to 27 amendments to the US Constitution, of which the first part is known collectively as the US Bill of Rights. The Bill of Rights is a very significant part of the US Constitution because it provides for the rights of the citizens as against the government and sets a limit upon the vast powers of the government with respect to its conduct in dealing with its citizens. Thus, the government cannot infringe upon the freedom of its citizens to practice any...
Preview
Criminal justice process for a felony criminal charge filed in a state court
8 pages (2000 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...bail. In a large number of states and even in the federal system, the justice system employs “the indictment by a grand jury” method. According to the method, a jury that consists of citizens analyzes the evidence and eyewitness accounts before determining the existence of a probable cause. Other states use the preliminary hearing method in which a judge... Criminal justice process Introduction The United s is the leading democracy and economy. As such, the country strives to safeguard the rights and privileges of every citizen. Every state has a systematic criminal justice system that ensures upholds the dictates of both justice and dignity for both the victims and suspects of a crime. The process...
Preview
Please summarise a recent event or development relating to local, regional or global activity that impacts Trading business. (150 words)
1 pages (250 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...bail out such economies. Most economies are reliant on the economic performance of the United States as can be witnessed by their eagerness while awaiting their labor market reports. The prices of rare commodities like gold have also risen in the stock markets. Reference The Herald Sun, 2012, European Equities Lifted By Draghi Support. Retrieved from http://www.heraldsun.com.au/business/breaking-news/european-stocks-soften-after-ecb- rate-call/story-e6frf7ko-1226488835477 [Accessed on 26/10/2012].... How the Actions or Comments of Draghi and the ECB are Impacting on Share or Index Prices Creation of the outright monetary transaction measures for curbing any financial crisis that may affect the Euro...
Preview
Comparison between canadain remand policies and other developed countries remand policies
4 pages (1000 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...bail which is money paid inexchange for release hence contributing to the number of criminals held in pretrial. Finland policies on the other hand do not have the option to use bail while Germany uses bail less frequently. Releasing offenders on bail in Canada and England is a right as it reduces the number of individuals going to the prison and enables the offenders to connect with their families,work and society while they are being held in pretrials (Trebilcock,80). Conclusion Canada is country located in North America and it has remand policies... Comparison between Canadain remand policies and other developed countries Introduction Canada is a country located in North America and it consists of...
Preview
Prosecute Billy for the Alleged Assaults
8 pages (2000 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...bail to the arrested person is not advisable when a charging decision is made. Thus, with an incomplete investigation, Crown Prosecution Service can have this test in these situations: 1) Full evidence is not available justifying application... ?Guidance and general principles that must be taken into account by them when considering the decision as to whether they should prosecute Billy for the alleged assaults Introduction The Family Law Act 1996 is the main source of remedies for domestic violence and it provides for two types of orders, namely, non-molestation orders and occupation orders designed to give protection to the victims against physical and other forms of abuse (Miles & Harris-Short, 2011,...
Preview
Informative research paper
3 pages (750 words) , Download 0
Free
...bail, which would otherwise severely affect the lives of individuals accused of crimes. Together, these basic elements define the Eighth Amendment as a measure to protect individuals from punishment before being convicted of a crime. Without protection against excessive bails, one could argue... ?The Bill of Rights, or the first ten Amendments to the United s Constitution, guarantees sta y freedoms to all citizens. Among these freedoms are particular rights of protection from certain aggressions, either from others or from the state. For instance, the Bill of Rights protects citizens from cruel and unusual punishment in the Eight Amendment, which also affords protections against excessively high bail,...
Preview
Court Reporting. Write up two court reports, from the given material each with a commentary
4 pages (1000 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...bail him out, citing the defendant had no previous criminal records. The court denied... ? COURT REPORT By Court Report Case The court at Sunderland Youth Court on Monday morning had a dramatic time hearing the case of young-love-gone-sour. The morning of Monday saw the court preside over one of the most bizarre cases in Sunderland for the past decade. A school boy aged 14 years was charged in the court for murdering his 14 year old girlfriend. The inopportune incident was reported to have occurred on December 4 2013. Both teenagers were students studying for their GCSE examinations in a Withington Academy. While presenting the case, the prosecution reiterated that the girl had been found murdered in a...
Preview
Phase 3 Individual Project
4 pages (1000 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...bail. Under the 4th Amendment, the constitution guarantees protection of people against unreasonable searches and seizures. One of the interpretations of the Supreme Court in regard to the fourth Amendment is that it defines areas where an accused person can reach or property that he can touch (Friedman, 1985). Therefore the judge in ruling for a bail will have to consider... Jesse Jackson committed murder and as a prosecutor in this case, I opted not to seek a death penalty for the offender. This is because the 8th Amendment of the constitution gives protection against cruel and unusual punishment, and the death penalty falls under cruel punishment (Morrison, 1996). This paper explores the various...
Preview
Search warrents
3 pages (750 words) , Download 1
...bail. Bail is put forth just to ensure that the accused person shows up for further criminal proceedings, which might include trial and sentence (Pitowsky, 2002). Mostly the bail is in the monetary nature, and can either be paid in cash, in the form of bail bond or as a pledge of property if at all... ? Search warrant and number Search Warrant A search warrant is a court order izing the examination of a place for the purpose of discovering smuggled goods, stolen property or evidence of guilt to be used in the prosecution of a criminal action. This court order, mostly a judicial document, is always issued to the police officers to search a person or a place in order to obtain evidence for presentation in...
Preview
Essay on Global Financial Crisis
2 pages (500 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...bail outs are no longer... I'm referring to a Article written by Deepak Lal for the Business Standard, published on 25th November, 2008. It is about the Global Financial Crisisthat exists today. It compares the current global financial crisis to the Third World Debt Crisis of the 1980's . He says that both the crisis, then and now have great many similarities but different outcomes. He lays down four major reasons for both the crisis. First, according to him are that surplus of savings in a number of countries- the oil producers in the 1970s, the Asian economies and commodity exporters today. The savings are recycled through the international banking system on a regular basis to fuel demand. Second,...
Preview
Legal Rights Afforded to the Accused
3 pages (750 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...bail or if the suspect would be released on recognizance. Nevertheless, considering that John is not a citizen, the immigration department should put him on hold meaning that even if a bail is allowed, he would not be freed without posting an immigration bond. The immigration will then wait from his case to complete and then commence deportation proceedings against John. Preliminary hearing and grand jury proceedings Distinction Preliminary hearing is mainly used to assess adequacy... Legal Rights Afforded to the Accused and Contents Procedural steps to take once John startsincriminating himself 3 Procedural steps to take following John’s arrest and interview 3 Preliminary hearing and grand jury proceed...
Preview
Informative research paper
3 pages (750 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...bail, which would otherwise severely affect the lives of individuals accused of crimes. Together, these basic elements define the Eighth Amendment as a measure to protect individuals from punishment before being convicted of a crime. Without protection against excessive bails, one could argue... that Eighth Amendment protections can be divided between excessive bail stipulations and cruel and usual punishment stipulations, it is obvious that much has changed since the Amendment’s original ratification. For this reason, the role of the Courts is to adjust what exactly defines an "excessive” bail or a “cruel and usual” punishment” (Stinneford 18-22). As Earl...
Preview
Final Project
6 pages (1500 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...bail before the trial, on his own recognizance or after posting bail of an amount... ? Criminal Justice System and Number Project Topic: Murder Introduction The criminal justice system is a set of processes or agencies created by governments to control crime and punish those who violate the laws of the land (Lab, 2013). In the United States, there is a collection of individual criminal justice systems which work in each area differently depending on the jurisdiction of that area. It is classified into state criminal justice systems, which deal with crimes that are committed within the boundaries of the state, and the federal criminal justice system, which deals with crime committed in more than one state ...
Preview
Discrimination Towards Minorities within the United StatsJudicial System
6 pages (1500 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...bail, prosecutors and judges have wide latitude of discretion on the release and on the imposition of bail on offenders. Factors... ?Running head: DISCRIMINATION TOWARDS MINORITIES Discrimination towards minorities within the United s judicial system (school) Discrimination towards minorities within the United States judicial system Introduction The application of the laws is one of the most important elements of peace and order in our society. The clear application of the basic laws mandate equal application, regardless of race, nationality, gender, and other demographic qualities of the involved parties. However, in the current application of the judicial system, there are apparent discriminatory...
Preview
Business ethic analysis
4 pages (1000 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...bail us. On the other hand, failure to pay bonuses would raise eyebrows to our trusted shareholders and employees. Employees further expect to be motivated and over the year’s retreats for them has been the mean of motivating them. This company has to strive to maintain its reputation which it has built over the years. Ethical practices have been key to the success and performance of this company. Although the company is set to benefit by rewarding best performance of its employees, it has to consider the implications to the public which is a critical part of this company. Furthermore, our shareholders are critical to the continuous success of this company but payment of bonuses... College: Business...
Preview
Brother's Keeper (documentary)
1 pages (250 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...bail. Delbert, according to the society, was incapable of killing. The police coerced him to sign the confession form out of illiteracy. Delbert got acquitted for lack of evidence after many months. The case drew attention from media and Delbert had so many supporters. Sociology of law is a science of how people behave in a society and the accepted legal norms in that society. The laws function is to establish norms of conduct that governs how individuals interact in a given society. Brothers Keeper film is about a society that found its... Brothers Keeper (documentary) This film is about the death of 64 years old William Ward. He died in a bed shared by his younger brother, Delbert, aged 59. This...
Preview
Criminal Homicide
1 pages (250 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...bail or damages to be paid. Work Cited Fleck, Carole. “City man held in killing.” The Inquirer, June 13, 1986. Retrieved from: http://articles.philly.com/1986-06-13/news/26043736_1_city-man-virginia-woman- badly-decomposed-body Maxwell, William. “Law and Due Process.” Texas Politics Today, January 1, 2013, pp.296- 322. McCollach and Kinkeade. Texas Penal Code Annot 03/04. Texas: Sweet & Maxwell, Limited, 2003. Print.... Criminal Homicide According to the inquirer, a 29 year old man was arrested in South Philadelphia and charged with committing criminal homicide, theft of property and even rape and later dumped the body of the victim on a highway. All these happened over two decades ago as the body...
Preview
Bank first
2 pages (500 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...bailing them. The banking industry has however not reached its peak performance (Boyes and Melvin, p. 132). Opinion on the U.S. government move to bail banks The government efforts to bail out the banks did not prevent depression. This is because it played a microeconomic role to a single sector of the economy instead of ensuring a comprehensive approach to the macroeconomic problem. This is however not the proper role of the government whose responsibility covers all sectors of the economy, including protection of consumers. Identified primary concerns in the Bancfirst latest annual report The company’s identified risk... Bancfirst This paper responds to questions on of Bancfirst’s, a banking business...
Preview
1 - 50 results of 500 items