DeLay Decision Delayed as Judge Grants More Time in Ballot Battle
- The winners and the losers of '98. Jalonick, Mary Clare // Campaigns & Elections (1996);Dec98/Jan99, Vol. 19 Issue 12, p30
Provides information on the win-loss record of gubernatorial and congressional political candidates during the 1998 elections in the United States. Includes Barbara Boxer; John Edwards; Bill Owens; Political consultants.
- Where They Stand. // Outdoor Life;Nov2004, Vol. 211 Issue 9, p64
Provides a chart that shows the status of U.S. senators and representatives who are running for the U.S. election, based on how they voted on key issues related to wildlife conservation.
- Senate control hangs in the balance. Klein, Christian A. // Tribology & Lubrication Technology;Sep2004, Vol. 60 Issue 9, p61
Discusses the significance of the U.S. presidential election in determining Senate control in November 2004. Constitutional policy in case of a tie in the Senate seat; Action taken by Democrat-controlled Massachusetts in anticipation of a Senate vacancy; Factor that led to the victory of...
- Scott Garrett. // Campaigns & Elections (1996);Oct/Nov2003, Vol. 24 Issue 10, p16
Focuses on the political career of U.S. Representative Scott Garett of New Jersey. Reason for running in the Congressional election; Views on his chances in the 2004 election; Achievement in the Congress.
- Using Expert Witnesses in Employment Litigation. Blend, Julie E. // Review of Litigation;Winter98, Vol. 17 Issue 1, p27
Presents information on how to handle expert testimony effectively in the context of employment litigation in the U.S. Admissibility of expert testimony; Factors for determining the evidentiary reliability of experts; Responsibility of the proffering party; Discussion on using and opposing the...
- Should It Take a Thief?: Rethinking the Admission of Illegally Obtained Evidence in Civil Cases. Taylor, David H. // Review of Litigation;Summer2003, Vol. 22 Issue 3, p625
Considers the admission of illegally obtained evidence in U.S. civil cases. Search for the truth in civil cases with 'every man's evidence'; Development of the exclusionary rule and its ever-evolving basis; Exclusion of evidence pursuant to supervisory powers in order to preserve judicial...
- LITIGATING WITH THE LAW: AN INTRODUCTION TO THE 'FALSE EXCULPATORY STATEMENTS' INSTRUCTION. Hartsell, John E. // Reporter;Mar2002, Vol. 29 Issue 1, p3
Focuses on the false exculpatory statement instruction in the litigation process in the U.S. Emphasis of the credibility of the problems; Discussion of the legal potency in the courtroom; Inclusion of the satisfactory explanation for the falsehood.
- US Supreme Court Denies Appeal of Expert Witness's Suspension From a Professional Medical Organization. McAbee, Gray N. // Journal of Child Neurology;Jun2002, Vol. 17 Issue 6, p473
Reports on the dismissal of the federal case of expert witness's suspension from the American Association of Neurological Surgeons (AANS) by the U.S. Supreme Court. Allegations against the AANS by the expert witness; Reasons for the dismissal of the expert; Justification given by the court.
- TRACE EVIDENCE: THE SILENT WITNESS. Roux, Claude // Australasian Science;Jul2000, Vol. 21 Issue 6, p22
Presents information on trace evidence. Range of physical evidence in terms of composition; Implications of improving the speed and efficiency of forensic practices; Importance of the appropriate collection, analysis and interpretation of trace evidence.