Untitled to declare the death penalty unconstitutional). A political prisoner in association with Varied Directions intl. ; director, David Hoffman to form the civ= il rights movement. Julian http://lists.village.virginia.edu/listservs/sixties-l/jan.06.96
Extractions: From sixties Sat Jan 6 18:33:37 1996 Received: by jefferson.village.Virginia.EDU (5.67a8/1.34) id AA36837; Sat, 6 Jan 1996 13:33:38 -0500 Date: Sat, 6 Jan 1996 13:33:37 -0500 (EST) From: firstname.lastname@example.org.Virginia.EDU To: sixties-l Subject: Alienation and protest (fwd) Message-Id: Subject: Re: Political Prisoners (fwd) Message-Id: Subject: Re: Freedom on My Mind (fwd) Message-Id: Subject: Re: Civil Rights Films? (fwd) Message-Id: Subject: Re: Civil Rights films (multiple responses) (fwd) Message-Id: To: email@example.com.Virginia.EDU Subject: Re: Civil Rights films (multiple responses) Sender: firstname.lastname@example.org (Stu Shiffman and Andi Shechter) Subject: Re: Civil Rights films (multiple responses) Renny mentioned "Thunderheart" about Pine Ridge - there's also the documentary "Incident at Oglala", which I'd recommend as a clear film on what happened in SD and seems to match the PEter Mattheisen tome about the entire event. I'd also agree with Sharon on the film "Long Walk Home". I liked that it wasn't very sentimentalized, but showed people acting as real people do - well-intended, at times, liberals who think they're being kind, and normal, everyday people pushed to the limit by circumstances. Andi Shechter
Court Summaries April 8, 2002 Court Summaries by Timothy L. Clawges. ALIMONY. Common Pleas Carll v.Terminix intl., 2002 Pa.Super civIL rights. District Court Eastern District and Effective death penalty Act 28 U.S.C. 2241 et seq. . Fed.R.civ.P http://www.pa-bar.org/membersonly/courtsummaries/cs040802.shtml
Extractions: ALIMONY TERMINATION property settlement agreement companion of opposite sex shared household duties not family member no interdependence sexual financial social not living together as spouses NO COHABITATION petition to terminate alimony denied Snyder v. Snyder, 52 Northampton 286 (Nov. 22, 2001) No cohabitation for purposes of terminating alimony per property settlement agreement when respondent lives with and spends significant time with person of opposite sex, but does not have financial, social and sexual interdependence with that person or live as husband and wife. Third Circuit BIVENS ACTION Equal Access to Justice Act 28 U.S.C. 2412(b) award of judgment Age Discrimination in Employment Act STATUTORY CAP hourly rate REASONABLE FEES jurisdiction plenary standard of review award of attorneys fees vacated matter remanded for recalculation of fees Newmark v. Principi, No. 01-1809 (March 13, 2002) Attorneys fees incurred successfully prosecuting Age Discrimination in Employment Act claims in Bivens action not limited to $125 per hour under Equal Access to Justice Act, 28 U.S.C. 2412(b). Court may award reasonable fees to prevailing party in such action.
ADOPTION TERMINATION OF PARENTAL rights consent of mother 23 R.civ.P. 9(b) motion to dismiss denied. Reichhold Chem. v. Millennium intl and Effective death penalty Act of 1966 http://www.pa-bar.org/membersonly/courtsummaries/court0621.shtml
Extractions: Court Summaries by Timothy L. Clawges Timothy L. Clawges is senior assistant public defender in Cumberland County. He also writes case digests for the PBA Criminal Law Newsletter These court summaries appear in the Jun. 21, 1999 issue of the Pennsylvania Bar News ADOPTION Common Pleas TERMINATION OF PARENTAL RIGHTS consent of mother 23 Pa.C.S. §2511(a)(5) and (8) father incarcerated 5 to 10 year prison sentence less than half served prison far from child child in foster care adoption by foster parents contemplated parental inability to provide home PCRA petition pending change in conditions within reasonable time not expected clear and convincing evidence exceptions to order terminating parental rights denied Inv. Term. Parental Rights Re A.S.J., 72 Bucks Co. L. Rep. 174 (Feb. 23, 1999) Parental rights terminated per 23 Pa.C.S. §2511(a)(5) and (8) when foster parents desire to adopt three-year-old child with mother's consent and incarcerated father served less than two years of 5-10 year prison sentence. PCRA petition pending on behalf of incarcerated parent does not preclude finding circumstances will not change within reasonable time. ALIMONY Superior Court ADDENDUM TO SEPARATION AGREEMENT original agreement incorporated into divorce decree enforceable by contempt petition subsequent inability to obtain mortgage PAPER AGREEMENT purported alimony reduction assurances of maintaining payments per original agreement parol evidence issues re intent of parties extrinsic evidence necessary PURPOSE TO DEFRAUD LENDER agreement unenforceable lack of consideration order finding appellant in contempt affirmed
Untitled B679 185 BL civ PRACT CLINIC INTVWG HUMAN rights 103 U 03/28/96 Y N LAW B793 278 BL SEM intl PROTECTN OF THE death penalty 298 030030 http://www.registrar.iupui.edu/mci/jl.htm
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University Of Michigan Law School Course List Crim 862 Cyberlaw and Econ Workshop 855 death penalty 817 Disability to Real Estate898 Fed Prac in civ Rgts Tax Policy 827 Internet Issues in intl Prop 890 http://220.127.116.11/_ClassSchedule/CourseList.asp
Extractions: Most of the work for the first year is required. There are several reasons for this. One reason is that there are some basic principles which any serious and thoughtful student would choose to study early in his or her career. The study of this fairly traditional material has become one of the experiences shared by almost all lawyers. Also, knowledge of all the materials to which the student is exposed makes it somewhat easier for first-year instructors to plan a program which minimizes overlapping presentations. By restricting elections in the first year, the School is able to keep the first-year students together in groups of about 90. The logistics of scheduling 90-person groups is much more manageable under restricted elections than it would be in an environment in which elections varied widely.
Stop Prisoner Rape - Academic Articles AIDS in Prison On a Collision Course to a New death penalty, 30 SUFFOLK DefinedMere Lip Service to the Protection of Prisoners civil rights, 5 TEMP. civ. http://www.spr.org/en/publications/pub_academic.html
Extractions: Law James E. Robertson, A Clean Heart and An Empty Head: The Supreme Court and Sexual Terrorism in Prisons , 81 NC. L. REV. 433 (2003). Christopher D. Man and John P. Cronan, THE JOURNAL OF CRIMINAL LAW AND CRIMINOLOGY 92 (Fall 2001/Winter 2002). Mark Hansen, Brutal Findings , 87 ABA JOURNAL 16 (2001). James J. Park, Redefining Eight Amendment Punishment: A New Standard for Determining The Liability of Prison Officials For Failing to Protects Inmates From Serious Harm , 20 QLR 407 (2001). Teresa Miller, , 10 GEO. MASON. U. CIV. RTS. L.J. 291 (2000). Brian Saccenti, Preventing Summary Judgment Against Prisoners That Have Been Sexually Assaulted By Showing That the Risk Was Obvious , 59 MD. L. REV. 642 (2000). Delisa Springfied, Sisters in Mercy: Using International Law to Protect United States Women Prisoners from Sexual Abuse Ronald G. Turner, Sex in Prison , 36 TENN. B.J. 12 (2000).
December 2001 water to satisfy various rights, wants, and demands were sure Judges, and Pogue (dissenting), Court of intl. Trade Judge Antiterrorism and Effective death penalty Act of 1996 when http://www.usca-portal.com/2001/Dec2001.htm
Extractions: Copies of decisions, briefs, and other documents in the public record are available through Judicial Update. December 1 - 31,2001 Vol.XVIII, No. 12 Home January February March ... December PUBLISHABLE OPINIONS 1) ANTITRUST: Lucas Automotive Engineering v. Bridgestone / Firestone, Inc., 99-56761 (9th Cir. Dec. 26, 2001). Evidence suggesting that manufacturers, retailers, and purchasers recognize original equipment major brand vintage tires as a separate economic entity from private label tires was sufficient to raise a genuine issue of material fact as to whether the authentic nature of original equipment major brand tires results in a distinct customer base and pricing structure that would not respond to monopolistic conduct by purchasing private label brand tires as a substitute. Boochever and Silverman, Circuit Judges, and George (author) , District Judge. M. Blecher of Los Angeles, CA, for the plaintiff-appellant; K. Goss of Los Angeles, CA, for the defendant-appellee. (Download the full text of this decision at www.ce9.uscourts.gov/
International Covenant On Civil And Political Rights the pretext that the present Covenant does not recognize such rights or that 2. Incountries which have not abolished the death penalty, sentence of death may http://www.efc.ca/pages/law/un/intl-covenant-civil-political-rights.html
Extractions: U.N.T.S. No.14668, vol.999 (1976), p.171 INTERNATIONAL COVENANT ON CIVIL AND POLITICAL RIGHTS The States Parties to the present Covenant, Considering that, in accordance with the principles proclaimed in the Charter of the United Nations, recognition of the inherent dignity and of the equal and inalienable rights of all members of the human family is the foundation of freedom, justice and peace in the world, Recognizing that these rights derive from the inherent dignity of the human person, Recognizing that, in accordance with the Universal Declaration of Human Rights , the ideal of free human beings enjoying civil and political freedom and freedom from fear and want can only be achieved if conditions are created whereby everyone may enjoy his civil and political rights, as well as his economic, social and cultural rights, Considering the obligation of States under the Charter of the United Nations to promote universal respect for and observance of, human rights and freedoms, Realizing that the individual, having duties to other individuals and to the community to which he belongs, is under a responsibility to strive for the promotion and observance of the rights recognized in the present Covenant, Agree upon the following articles: PART I All peoples have the right of self-determination. By virtue of that right they freely determine their political status and freely pursue their economic, social and cultural development.
Infozo : Moron Librarian intl. death penalty abolition day 2004. event where we need your time and presence(which are so precious) to witness against the ultimate human rights violation http://www.infozo.info/blog/death_penalty/
Extractions: links open new windows i remember seeing Arrested Development back in the day at Lollapalooza in Atlanta... ...and then being able to recite "Tennessee" and "Dawn of the Dreads" to this very day... Arrested Development will be playing at Knoxville's free Sundown concert on June 3... ... which also happens to be the set execution dates for Sedley Alley and Daryl Holton. Do you think they'd be willing to say something from the stage about these executions and the death penalty? 1 writebacks the National Coalition to Abolish the Death Penalty will host its annual convention in Washington, D.C., October 14-17, 2004. Anybody want to share a hotel? 1 writebacks there's a handful of execution dates set in Tennessee. August 19 is Gregory Thompson's Gregory is mentally ill. Tennesseans are medicating him so that he will be competent enough to be executed. Please take a moment to sign an online petition asking Tennessee Governor Phil Bredesen to commute his sentence to life in prison. To: Tennessee Governor Bredesen For over four centuries Western civilization has understood it is wrong to execute those who are mentally crippled, insane or otherwise of unsound mind. There is no dispute over Greg Thompsons mental illness. Schizophrenia prevents Greg from understanding that the State of Tennessee is about to kill him for that crime. The people of Tennessee do not want the execution of an indisputably mentally ill man to be committed in their name.
Extractions: Many international law scholars have assumed that the rise of international human rights litigation in US courts is an unequivocally positive development. In this essay, I will suggest that, notwithstanding its understandable appeal, this litigation entails significant domestic costs, and possibly international costs as well. These costs, like the benefits of international human rights litigation, are difficult to measure and probably vary from case to case. If nothing else, however, the existence of these costs may suggest that courts should await specific guidance from Congress before allowing further expansions of this litigation.
Progressive Review: Links To A Free Land AND ALTERNATIVES NAT COALITION TO ABOLISH THE death penalty NAT LEGAL EARLY LABORPHOTOGRAPHY INTNL CONF OF FREE TRADE UNIONS intl LABOR rights FUND JOBS http://prorev.com/links.htm
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LAW IN THE MUSLIM WORLD 91:307 criminal law; international human rights law, particularly women s rights, and a J.intl L. 1 (1992 49 (1991) William Schabas, Islam and the death penalty, 9 Wm http://www.uiowa.edu/~lawakw/muslim.html
Extractions: LAW IN THE MUSLIM WORLD Professor Adrien K. Wing Fall 2003 Professor Adrien K. Wing 410 Boyd Law Building Office Phone: 335-9129 Home phone: 354-2849 Email: email@example.com Secretary: Kati Jumper 469 Boyd Law Building Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Please visit the country presentation and handout presentation pages. This course will survey a selection of the various types of laws existing in the nearly 60 countries of the Muslim world. The subjects will include: Islamic law; unwritten customary law; civil law including constitutional, commercial, and criminal law; international human rights law, particularly women's rights, and a case study on the right to self-determination; and public international law relating to terrorism. READINGS The readings will consist of photocopied handouts. To keep pace with late breaking events, additional materials may be distributed throughout the course. There may be guest speakers as well.
CILP Issue Symposium Do Children Have the Same First Amendment rights as Adults? light of Atkinsv. Virginia reexamining the juvenile death penalty under changed civ. http://cilp.nellco.org/cilp/2004/cilp0416.html
CILP Issue Mason U. civ. Rts. Liability rules for constitutional rights the case of mass asprecedent to find the juvenile death penalty unconstitutional perpetuating http://cilp.nellco.org/cilp/2004/cilp0423.html
Fall 2003 Class Schedule 205A01, Cal. civ. Procedure, Heiser, 3, MW, 10301145. 319A01, death penalty Seminar,Cotsirilos, 2, W, 346-526. 450A01, intl Bus Transactions, Ramsey, 3, MW, 100-215. http://www.sandiego.edu/usdlaw/fall03.html
Extractions: To download the following class schedule in Excel format, click here USD SCHOOL OF LAW - FALL 2003 CLASS SCHEDULE UPPER CLASS REQUIRED No. Course Professor Cr Typ Day Time Civil Procedure Solum TTh Constitutional Law Alexander TTh Constitutional Law Smith, Steve MW Constitutional Law Smith, Steve TF Constitutional Law Ramsey MW Criminal Procedure I Dripps TTh Criminal Procedure I Huffman MW Criminal Law Dripps TTh Evidence Devitt TF Evidence Strong MW Evidence Devitt TTh Professional Resp. Martin MW Professional Resp. Hartwell MW Professional Resp. Hartwell MW Tax I Shue TTh Tax I Burke TTh ELECTIVES No. Course Professor Cr Typ Day Time Art Law Lazerow MW Adjudication Horton P Th Admin Law Rappaport MW Adv. Cal. Crim. Evid. Shore P W Bankruptcy* Giacinti MW Business Planning Friedman P F Cal. Civ. Procedure Heiser MW Fellmeth MW Civil Litigation: The Real World Simon W Kammer T Comparative Law Darby TTh Contemporary Water Law Minan P TTh Henning MW Corporations Friedman MW Corporations Smith, Tom TTh Corrections/Sentencing Landon P Th Death Penalty Seminar Cotsirilos W Employment Law Paul MW Employment Litigation Adler P T Entertainment Law Greene, K