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- France: African woman gets prison sentence. // Women's International Network News;Spring93, Vol. 19 Issue 2, p50
Reprints an article from the January 11, 1993 issue of `New York Times,' which reports on a French court ruling against a Gambian woman for mutilating the genitals of her two baby girls and an editorial note criticizing the ruling. Significance of the sentence on African immigrants in France;...
- France: Criminal court sentences excisor and parents. // Women's International Network News;Spring91, Vol. 17 Issue 2, p40
Features a translation of an article which appeared in a March 1991 issue of `Le Monde' periodical on the conviction of an excisor and parents of five Malian girls subjected to female circumcision in 1982-1983. Background of the case which was tried in the Criminal Court of Paris; Prosecution...
- Driver on trial for toddlers' deaths. // Eastern Eye;3/7/2014, Issue 1241, p2
The article reports that 42-year-old woman Sharmila Mistry was held for a court trial over charges of careless driving resulting to multiple deaths of Polish children Zofia Tabak and Oliwier Baczyk in Leicester, England.
- Man implicated in murders of seven 'sane'; trial date set. Phelps, M.B. // Advocate;12/27/71, Issue 71, p1
Reports on the trial of alleged murderer Merle Richard Sturdivan on charges of killing physician Samuel B. Chapman in Kansas City, Missouri. Incidents implicating Sturdivan on the death of Chapman; Testimonies implicating Sturdivan on various murder attempts; Defense of the legal counsel of...
- 3rd trial ordered for L. A. minister. // Advocate;1/31/73, Issue 104, p3
Reports on the order of reverend Richard Nash to stand trial for a third time by Municipal Court Judge Mary Waters in Los Angeles, California. Effort of Deputy City Attorney Tom Smotrich to obtain a conviction of the reverend; Accusations raised against Nash; Statement regarding the trial by Nash.
- R v Kennedy Revisited. Nkrumah, Michael // Journal of Criminal Law;Apr2008, Vol. 72 Issue 2, p117
In this article, the author examines the decision of the House of Lords to reverse the decision of the Court of Appeal to dismiss the appeal for the case R versus Kennedy. He claims that the decision of the Court of Appeal gives rise to two difficulties, one of which is how can a defendant be...
- Trial for man accused of stabbing gets new venue. // Burnet Bulletin (Texas);12/14/2011, Vol. 139 Issue 50, p4A
The article reports on the decision of Judge Doug Shaver on December 13, 2011 to move the venue of the trial of Edward Dwayne Nash who was accused of stabbing to death Coy Dowdle, brother of a lawyer who is running for district attorney, on November 22, 2009.
- What's IN A Name? GARDNER, ERIQ // ABA Journal;Nov2010, Vol. 96 Issue 11, p32
The article focuses on increase in cases related to publicity right infringement of celebrities in the U.S. which is benefiting lawyers dealing with it. It states that such cases are rising as eighteen states have adopted laws that give right to individuals to sue for commercial exploitation of...
- Will Bryant Trial Be an O.J.-Style Media Event? Trigoboff, Dan // Broadcasting & Cable;7/28/2003, Vol. 133 Issue 30, p1
Focuses on the publicity of the trial involving Los Angeles Lakers basketball star Kobe Bryant, accused of sexual assault against a woman. Order issued by judge Frederick Gannett of Eagle County, Colorado to keep trial participants from continuing to reveal facts about the case to media;...