Is Killing People Right

Author: Allan C. Hutchinson
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1107123860
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This book examines how the common law works through profiles of eight great cases.

Toward An Informal Account Of Legal Interpretation

Author: Allan C. Hutchinson
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1316720985
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He concludes that precedents should be followed if there is substantial social
congruence, “even though another rule would be marginally better”.13 But these
concessions are tantamount to admitting that what drives the common law is
political evaluation rather than legal analysis. Or, to put it another way, this
reduces legal analysis to little more than political debate. And this, of course, is
exactly what Eisenberg and other traditional defenders of the common law
approach are ...

World Governance

Author: Jovan Babić
Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing
ISBN: 1443823023
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good that can only be equally shared and, therefore, no group can have more
sovereignty than any other group. Against Wendt's first argument, one can point
out that a secession from the world state does not, necessarily, lead to anarchy
among states characterized by the right of states to kill people unilaterally. The
seceding ... While we have no effective legal and coercive mechanism to enforce
or regulate this right, this right still significantly restricts the states' right to kill. Our
world ...

Can The Us Survive Doomsday

Author: Freddie L. Sirmans
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1425745377
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The. starvation. case. is. a. divine. morality. test. (If we fail, this country will never
be able to get back to business as usual). We are a nation ruled by law, and I
believe in the rule of law as strong as anyone. But, I also believe ultimately the
will and instinct to survive is more power than any law. Those with strong survival
instincts all over the world and part of me are suffering and dying right along with
Terri. In so many ways America is the leader and ...

Advancing The Human Right To Health

Author: José M. Zuniga
Publisher: OUP Oxford
ISBN: 0191637645
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This statement has never been truer than in the face of an environmental disaster
or conflicts that disrupt public health services when they are most needed. In
2011, natural disasters alone killed 30,773 people, and injured 244.7 million
worldwide (CRED et al., 2012). Economic damages from natural disasters were
estimated to be US$366.1 billion and were the highest ever recorded (CRED et
al., 2012). Between 300 and 400 environmental disasters occur each year in the
world ...

Dirty Little Secrets Of Personal Injury Claims

Author: Terry Ann Lato
Publisher: BookBaby
ISBN: 1483526836
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If your case is good, and good enough for him or her to take, then it should be
good enough for them to invest in. ... This is one of the truly great things about the
American legal system; as many legal systems the world over do not allow such
arrangements. Because of this ... It simply means that many more negligent
people and companies getting away with maiming and killing people; and only
those wealthy enough to pay an attorney thousands UP FRONT can pursue them
. Almost all ...

Shooting To Kill

Author: Simon Bronitt
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
ISBN: 1782250433
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Anderson apparently wants Melzer to accept that the US should have a broader
right to kill. Anderson does not explain why the US should have this right. He
incorporates none of the literature that demonstrates adherence to the accepted
rule of law and law enforcement methods have had the best results against
terrorism. He seems to assume without providing evidence that the US needs a
more flexible legal regime to kill people in certain places—places that are not
scenes of ...

Assisted Dying For The Terminally Ill Bill Evidence Individual Submissions

Author: Great Britain. Parliament. House of Lords. Select Committee on the Assisted Dying for the Terminally Ill Bill
Publisher: The Stationery Office
ISBN: 9780104006665
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Great Britain: Parliament: House of Lords: Select Committee on the Assisted
Dying for the Terminally Ill Bill ... As an illustration of the principle, we do not find it
morally acceptable for an owner to destroy a major work of art, even if his legal
right to do so is unquestioned. Most of us ... But the case has not been made that
intentionally killing people is a better or more dignified solution than relief of
suffering by means where death may be a predictable, but not intended,

West S Business Law

Author: Kenneth W. Clarkson
Publisher: West Publishing Company
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Most people, for example, agree that the law should protect individuals from
being injured or killed. People ... The question frequently arises, however, as to
how the public health, safety, and morals can best be protected, and the social
environment exercises much influence over what decisions are made. ... Law is
often shaped by "legal reasoning" — reasoning that is employed by a judge to
achieve justice in an individual case but that is apparently inconsistent with prior

Network World

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"The only people that think Napster is bad are people like you and record
companies with more greed than the grinch [sic] himself." That, from ... Indeed, I
have discovered several great artists through nontradi- tional distribution (for
example, check out SevenEyes, aka Craig Patrick — I found him via Napster and
wound up buying his CD on But Mat's ... Fast forward to the
emergence of Napster and we see the online world become a victim of the illogic
of the law. Who in their ...