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Blasphemy - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia code), Germany (Article 166 of the criminal code), and Italy some US states still have blasphemy laws on the Chapter 272 of the massachusetts General Laws states http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blasphemy
Extractions: Blasphemy is defamation of God or gods. Many cultures disapprove of speech or writing which defames the God or gods of their established religions , and these restrictions have the force of law in some countries. The public domain Webster 's Unabridged Dictionary defines blasphemy as: edit There has been a recent tendency in Western countries towards the repeal or reform of blasphemy laws, and these laws are only infrequently enforced where they exist. Such laws still exist in several countries, such as the United Kingdom Spain (Article 525 of the criminal code)
Criminal Intellectual Property Laws Illinois found Christian Morley of Salem, massachusetts, guilty of for copyright owners and for law enforcement Attorney General of the criminal Division before http://www.cybercrime.gov/iplaws.htm
Extractions: Intellectual Property Section (CCIPS) Federal Statutes Protecting Intellectual Property Rights The No Electronic Theft (NET) Act The Economic Espionage Act Federal Sentencing Guidelines for Intellectual Property Infringement A. Federal Statutes Protecting Intellectual Property Rights The following is a list of criminal statutes that protect intellectual property rights.
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Extractions: December 2002 Decisions Home Back SJC Slips October 9, 2001. - December 31, 2002. Divorce and Separation, Attorney's fees. Restitution. December 30, 2002. School and School Committee, Retirement benefits. Public Employment, Retirement. Retirement. Social Worker. Administrative Law, Agency's interpretation of statute, Judicial review. Statute, Construction. Words, "Teacher." November 6, 2001. - December 30, 2002. Alcoholic Liquors, Price, Wholesaler. Statute, Construction. Consumer Protection, Availability of remedy, Unfair act or practice. September 5, 2002. - December 27, 2002 Subdivision Control, Planning board, Approval of plan, Streets. Planning Board. Municipal Corporations, Planning board. Constitutional Law, Equal protection of laws, Regulation. Practice, Civil, Subdivision control appeal, Trial de novo. Due Process of Law, Vagueness of regulation. April 12, 2002. - December 24, 2002. COMMONWEALTH vs. Thomas J. O'DAY, Third. Search and Seizure, Warrant, Probable cause. September 10, 2002. - December 23, 2002.
Extractions: Home Back SJC Slips December 4, 1998. - May 28, 1999. COMMONWEALTH vs. MARIA MACEY. Assault and Battery. Practice, Criminal, Argument by prosecutor, Instructions to jury. April 29, 1998. - May 28, 1999. Gloucester. Federal Clean Waters Act. Municipal Corporations, Charter, Sewers. Taxation, Sewer assessments. October 6, 1998. - May 28, 1999. COMMONWEALTH vs. JERMAINE BERRY. Homicide. Practice, Criminal, Instructions to jury. Self-Defense. Joint Enterprise. Evidence, Self-defense, Joint enterprise, Presumptions and burden of proof, Prior misconduct, Relevancy and materiality. November 19, 1998. - May 28, 1999. BROCKTON EDUCATION ASSOCIATION vs. SCHOOL COMMITTEE OF BROCKTON. Municipal Corporations, Collective bargaining, Group insurance. School and School Committee, Collective bargaining, Group insurance. Insurance, Group. Statute, Construction. January 12, 1999. - May 26, 1999. CONSTANCE BEAULIEU vs. HENRY J. BEAULIEU, JR. Divorce and Separation, Child support, Alimony. Jurisdiction, Divorce proceedings, Personal, Nonresident, Long-arm statute. Due Process of Law, Jurisdiction over nonresident. December 11, 1998. - May 26, 1999.
JURIST - Dubber: Webbing The Law I don t teach criminal law, but I do teach a Katsh, Department of Legal Studies, University of massachusetts Amherst; Developing a law School Web http://jurist.law.pitt.edu/lessons/lesmay00.htm
Extractions: Markus Dirk Dubber , SUNY Buffalo Tired of using bulky casebooks that don't do justice to your subject? Me too. That's why, for the past two years, I've been teaching my lecture courses and seminars on criminal law with a website, the Penal Law Web . Even if you're not a criminal law teacher, read on. The general approach underlying the Penal Law Web can easily be adapted to other legal subjects, especially those revolving around codes or other systematic statements of law, such as restatements. Read on also if you feel woefully underskilled, understaffed, or underpaid to set up a law web. If I can do it, for free with nothing more than the web browser you're using right now to read this, so can you. Don't read on if you think that a course website shouldn't do more than post assignments and manage e-mail chats. The Penal Law Web doesn't do either. Webs Not Casebooks For several years, I kept getting increasingly frustrated with the casebook I was using in my criminal law class. It seemed to cover irrelevant topics in excruciating detail, and give short shrift to things I considered of crucial importance. After years of cutting and pasting, I suddenly realized that the problem wasn't the particular casebook, but casebooks in general. What I needed was a teaching tool that was expansive and flexible enough to reflect
Extractions: The Sensibilities of Our Forefathers The History of Sodomy Laws in the United States By George Painter Massachusetts "The detestable and abominable sin of buggery with mankind or beast, which is contrary to the very light of nature." The Colonial Period, 1607-1776 I. Plymouth Colony 1620-1691 It appears that the earliest colonists did not necessarily adopt English laws when they settled Massachusetts. There is no record of a sodomy prosecution in Plymouth or Massachusetts Bay until after the adoption of the first statute against it. The Mayflower Compact, signed in 1620 upon arrival at Plymouth, required all settlers to obey laws that might be enacted by the colony, but was silent as to the laws of England. In 1629, five "beastly Sodomitical boys" were discovered on a ship bound from England to Plymouth. They were not prosecuted in Plymouth, but sent back "to be punished in Old England as the crime deserved." The penalty for sodomy in England at this time was death. In 1636, Plymouth Colony adopted a set of laws
Bibliography On Int'l Criminal Court a reason for an International criminal Court / Ellington 2004 American Society of International law Copyright Statement 2223 massachusetts Avenue, NW http://www.asil.org/crmctbib.htm
Extractions: INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL COURT Date run: July 1998 Materials from Journals held in the ASIL Library "Aggression as a crime under international law and the prosecution of individuals by the proposed International Criminal Court" / Hogan-Doran, J.; van Ginkel, B.T. / 43 NETHERLANDS INT'L LAW R. #3, 1996, P321. "Creating an international criminal court" / Greenberg, Michael D. / 10 BOSTON UNIV. INT'L LAW J. #1, SPR 1992, P38. "Creating an international criminal court: confronting the conflicting criminal procedures of Iran and the United States" / Karadsheh, Rose Marie. / 14 DICKINSON J. OF INT'L LAW #2, WINT 1996, P243. "Establishing an international criminal court: will it do justice?" / Guffey-Landers, Nancy E. / 20 MD. J. OF INT'L LAW AND TRADE #2, FALL 1996, P199. "The establishment of a permanent international criminal court" / Pfanner, Toni. / 322 INT'L REVIEW OF THE RED CROSS, MARCH 1998, P21. "The establishment of a permanent international criminal court: challenges ahead" / Nanda, Ved P. / 20 HUMAN RIGHTS QUARTERLY #2, P413. "Extradition and individual rights: the need for an international criminal court to safeguard individual rights" / 19 FORDHAM INT'L LAW J. #4, APR 1996, P1636.
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Extractions: Elective Courses Required Courses Calendar Concentrations ... General Curriculum LL.M. Program Joint Programs Accelerated MBA Study Abroad: Sweden Summer Program ... Worcester Polytechnic Clinical Programs Internship Program International Internship Program Legal Practice Skill (LPS) Required Courses Civil Procedure Profs. Blum, Eisenstat, Finn, Glannon, Simard, Perlman; Four Credits, Day and Evening. Litigation of the modern unitary civil action. Jurisdiction of state and federal courts; law applied in federal courts; pleading, pretrial motions, and discovery; trial by jury and evidentiary law; the binding effects of adjudications. Constitutional Law Profs. Ashe, Avery, Callahan, Clark, Day, Dodd, Fisher, Judge Irwin, Wilton; Four Credits Day, Five Credits Evening. Survey of the history and development of constitutional law in the United States, including the federal system, the commerce clause, intergovernmental relations, due process, equal protection, police power, taxation. Analysis of selected decisions of the United States Supreme Court. Contracts Profs. Bishop, Ferrey, Judge, McEttrick, Perlmutter, Wittenberg; Six Credits, Day and Evening.
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Extractions: Financial Aid Department Financing Your Education Financial Aid At MSL The Massachusetts School of Law financial aid office is available to all students. The purpose of financial aid at MSL is to help students finance their education through payment plans, subsidized federal loans and unsubsidized federal loans. All subsidized loans at MSL are awarded on the basis of need, which is determined through the financial aid application materials. To receive financial aid, a student must be registered for at least half time (6 credits) per semester. All financial aid is to be used to help defray the costs of tuition and fees and other educationally related expenses incurred during the academic year. Tuition is $410.00 per credit hour. Full-time students carry 15 credits per semester, for a total tuition of $6,150.00 per semester; part-time students carry either 11 or 12 credits per semester, for a total tuition of $4,510.00 or $4,920.00 per semester. When registering for the first semester at MSL, students are assessed a one time non-refundable building fund charge of $750.00. Federal Stafford Loans: Title IV 032353 To receive aid from the Stafford loan program, you must:
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