Litigation Delays California's Tribal Gambling Securitization
- Cases Part 1. // Journal of Criminal Law;Feb2006, Vol. 70 Issue 1, p4
Several criminal cases in Great Britain are presented.
- The Changing Face of Criminal Litigation in England and Wales: Editor's introduction. McEwan, Jenny // International Journal of Evidence & Proof;Apr2010, Vol. 14 Issue 2, p89
The article discusses various reports published within the issue, including one by Anthony Edwards on the protection of rights of suspects and defendants, one by Lord Woolf MR and Auld LJ on the management of judicial cases and an article on the changes introduced in the criminal procedure in...
- SENTENCING GUIDELINES UNDER FIRE. Moss, Debra Cassens // ABA Journal;Apr88, Vol. 74 Issue 4, p22
Focuses on the controversy concerning the constitutionality of U.S. federal sentencing guidelines arising from lawsuits in San Diego, California. Claims concerning the violation of the guidelines of the separation of powers among government branches; Lawsuits challenging the validity of the...
- CHAPTER SEVEN: PLAINTIFF AND DEFENDANT. Kelly, Zachary A. // Our Court System;1999, p31
This chapter discusses the role of both the plaintiff and defendant in a court trial. A plaintiff starts a lawsuit for one reason, to prove that the defendant wronged the plaintiff and owes something for it. The plaintiff does not care whether the wrong was a crime, they just want retribution,...
- Amendments to the Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure. Rothstein, Paul F. // American Bar Association Journal;Dec83, Vol. 69 Issue 12, p1828
Focuses on amendments to the federal rules of criminal procedure in the United States. Disclosure of grand jury information; Rules on guilty pleas; Correction of pre-sentence reports.
- Mass Media and the 'Libel-Proof' Doctrine. Stevens, George E. // Journalism Quarterly;Spring89, Vol. 66 Issue 1, p174
Focuses on the libel-proof plaintiff doctrine in "Cardillo v. Doubleday & Co., Inc." Assessment of judicial reactions to libel-proof arguments; Reputation of the plaintiffs; Denial on the right to sue media defendants.
- Character Evidence: Lifestyle on Trial. Hatch, Deborah // LawNow;Mar/Apr2011, Vol. 35 Issue 4, p44
The article focuses on the use of bad character evidence against a defendant during court trials. It says that prosecution may try to lead such evidence against the accused that may lead to misjudgment and confusion to the jury. However, the law in Canada recognizes such problem that it...
- Two sentenced in federal court. // Graham Leader;2/14/2010, Vol. 134 Issue 53, p3B
The article reports on the decision of the District Court in Sherman, Texas on the case of Dwayne Anderton and Jimmie Wallace Anderton, in which both were sentenced for prison for pleading guilty to transporting stolen property and wildlife trafficking.
- Local man enters plea during district court. // Clarendon Enterprise (TX);10/9/2014, Vol. 25 Issue 41, p1
The article discusses pleas heard by the 100th District Court in Clarendon, Texas on September 25, 2014, from convicted forger Jody Don Leffew, family assault defendant Ricky Paul Salgado, and Jessica Silva, who pleaded guilty to the charge of marijuana possession.