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Straniere, Judge Philip - Filing & Winning Small Claims For Dummies, ebook

Filing & Winning Small Claims For Dummies

Straniere, Judge Philip

22,00€

Real advice you can trust and use in small claims court
When every other method to collect has failed, a small claim is the right remedy to seek. If you're looking at either prosecuting or defending in a small claims court, with or without an attorney,…

Knowles, Helen J. - Judging Free Speech, ebook

Judging Free Speech

Knowles, Helen J.

30,65€

Table of contents
1. Introduction: OH What a Tangled Web They Weave
Helen J. Knowles, Steven B. Lichtman
2. Oliver Wendell Holmes Jr. and the “Marketplace of Ideas”: Experience Proves To Be the “Life of the Law”
Frederick P. Lewis
3.…

Rojszczak, Artur - From the Act of Judging to the Sentence, ebook

From the Act of Judging to the Sentence

Rojszczak, Artur

115,45€

Table of contents
1. Introduction: Alfred Tarski’s Philosophical Background in the Context of His 1933 Definition of Truth
2. The Notion of the Truth Bearer
3. Descriptive Psychology: The Theory of Judgement as the Theory of Cognition and Knowledge
4.…

Shen, Anqi - Women Judges in Contemporary China, ebook

Women Judges in Contemporary China

Shen, Anqi

136,40€

Table of contents
1. Introduction
Anqi Shen
2. Researching Judges in China
Anqi Shen
3. The Chinese Judiciary and Its Gendered Construction
Anqi Shen
4. Women in the Judiciary
Anqi Shen
5. Women and Judging
Anqi Shen
6. Female Judges and Living
Anqi Shen
7. Conclusion
Anqi

B. J. Harrison Reads The Judge's House

B. J. Harrison Reads The Judge's House

Stoker, Bram

9,25€

What is happening? Is there some logical explanation or he is really experiencing supernatural events? Find out the answers in "The Judge's House" by the master of horror, Bram Stoker.

Yarbrough, Tinsley - Harry A. Blackmun : The Outsider Justice, ebook

Harry A. Blackmun : The Outsider Justice

Yarbrough, Tinsley

38,15€

When appointed to the Supreme Court in 1970 by President Nixon, Harry A. Blackmun was seen as a quiet, safe choice to complement the increasingly conservative Court of his boyhood friend, Warren Burger. No one anticipated his seminal opinion championing…