Comparing the various types of searches utilized in the criminal justice system

Comparing the various types of searches utilized in the criminal justice system
It is a well known fact that different juridical systems differ from one another by the penalties issues, which are formed due the norms of legislations. And it should be taken into consideration that it is not a single difference between them. The difference between the procedures and ability of their application due to the certain norms and activity differ a lot. This report would examine the types of search and seizure, comparing and contrasting them. This research also would touch the question of the evidentiary issues that surround them and demonstrate the process of preparing the case for trial.

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Criminal procedure

Criminal procedure
It is a well known fact that the United States Supreme Court System is tightly connected to the Chief Justices and their style of leadership and task performance. They influence the whole system and the system impacts them too. This paper is aimed to investigate two significant periods in the United States Supreme Court history, which are closely connected with the names of Justice Warren and Rehnquist, who could be called one of the most influential figures in the U. S.

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The rule against hearsay

The rule against hearsay
“Hearsay is an out-of-court statement, submitted into evidence to prove the truth asserted. Such statements are not admissible under the rules of evidence” (Bechard, 2009). The rules of evidence presuppose that a witness has no right to testify in court from the words that someone pronounced outside the court. The rule against the hearsay (also known as the hearsay evidence) is referred to “oral or written statements made by someone other than during his testimony in court but which the court is asked to accept as evidence for the truth of what is stated” (Martin, Law, 2009).

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Worldview of a Situation Comedy

Worldview of a Situation Comedy
Traditional vision of family and family values are under the precise attention of the mass media, especially television. On the private channels we could observe a number of TV shows that were started yet in the past century and since then are still very popular among the viewers. The Simpsons could be called one of the most well known example.

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Dear John (2010)

Dear John (2010)
"Dear John" is a film by Lasse Hallström in the genre of drama, a screen adaptation of the book by Nicholas Sparks, and it is about twenty-three year old officer John Tyree.
John Tyree, the young soldier Special Forces of the U.S. Army, is wounded and lying on the ground, remembers his childhood, when he was hit with an excursion to the Mint. He compares himself with a coin, which has two openings and ceased to be perfect. But just before the darkening of consciousness, the last thing that came to mind - that is “you”. In the film the Ordinary World is described, and also the Return to Ordinary World, as they reveal the story’s line.

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American with Disabilities Act

American with Disabilities Act
The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) is a law that was enacted by the U.S. Congress in 1990. First, it was signed by President George Bush on July 26, 1990, and some time later, on January 1, 2009, it was amended with changes effective (President Bush Signs ADA Changes into Law).
The ADA is a wide-ranging civil rights law that prohibits the discrimination due to disability. It provides very similar protections against discrimination to US citizens with disabilities as the Civil Rights Act of 1964[4], that made illegal the discrimination due to race, sex, religion, national origin, and so on. According to ADA, disability is "a physical or mental impairment that substantially limits a major life activity" (Goren 2006). This Act guarantees equal opportunities for people with disabilities in transportation, employment, public accommodations, telecommunications and government services.

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Age discrimination of employee

Age discrimination of employee
Age discrimination of employee really is a wide problem in the U.S.. There are countless cases of discrimination on grounds of age, pending in various district courts, courts of first instance and the Supreme Court in the United States.
It is important to mention that the United States has developed an extensive anti-discrimination legislation, both at the federal level and at the state level. If we analyze the existing U.S. laws, you can compile the following list of regulations that prohibit age discrimination in employment.

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Immigration Law

Immigration Law
The Immigration Reform and Control Act (IRCA) is an Act of Congress which reformed US immigration law; it was enacted November 6, 1986 and is also known as Simpson-Mazzoli Act (Herman 1994).
The IRCA required employers to attest the immigration status of their employees, and give the amnesty to those illegal immigrants who came to the USA before January 1, 1982 and had stayed there unceasingly. It also made illegal to hire immigrants who do not possess lawful work authorization, knowing about their status.

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Energy efficiency and renewable energy

Energy efficiency and renewable energy
Today, the problem of the generation of energy is one of the major threats to the stability in the modern world because the sources of energy are scarce and the access to them is limited. As a result, the inequality between countries persists leading to the struggle for access to sources of energy, such as fossil fuels and the control over these sources. In this respect, it is worth mentioning the fact that fossil fuels are the major source of energy in the modern world but fossil fuels produce a negative impact on the environment and these sources are scarce.

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No child left behind

No child left behind
First the NCLB Act (No child left behind) was proposed in 2001 by the administration of Pres. George W. Bush, was signed in January 2002 and reauthorized by Senate in 2008. The new interest to this act was inspired by the recent idea of Pres. Obama to seek the re-authorization of this act again. NCLB act is another act aimed on the reformation of educational system in the USA. As all the previous and other acts, this act has its advantages and disadvantages. The objective of this essay is to persuade the readers that NCLB is failing children.

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