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  • 41new trial on appeal — A new trial or trial de novo with limitations. The normal review on appeal or by error proceeding is confined to consideration of the record below, with no new testimony taken or issues raised in the appellate court, the tendency being to limit… …

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  • 42Bernoulli trial — In the theory of probability and statistics, a Bernoulli trial is an experiment whose outcome is random and can be either of two possible outcomes, success and failure .In practice it refers to a single experiment which can have one of two… …

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  • 43Sanhedrin Trial of Jesus — The Sanhedrin Trial of Jesus is an event reported by all the Canonical Gospels of the Bible. (and and , when Annas questions Jesus about his teachings and followers, Jesus refuses to be co operative and instead says that he taught nothing in… …

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  • 44Death Penalty on Trial — ▪ 2003 by Andrew Rutherford       Along with the report in 2002 that the number of executions carried out worldwide in 2001 3,048 was more than double the 1,457 known to have taken place in 2000 came the news that more than 90% of them had… …

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  • 45interrogatories — noun demands, inquiries, pretrial inquiries, questioning, questions, written requests for information Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 interrogatories n. During discovery b …

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  • 46Mikhail Khodorkovsky — Khodorkovsky in 2001 Born 26 June 1963 (1963 06 26) (age 48) Moscow, Soviet Union Nationality …

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  • 47NAPLEX — The NAPLEX, also known as the North American Pharmacist Licensure Examination, is a standard examination created by the National Association of Boards of Pharmacy (NABP) to help individual state boards of pharmacy assess an individual s… …

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  • 48Ontario Superior Court of Justice — Arms of the Superior Court of Justice Established 1790 Jurisdiction …

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  • 49Vitaly Kaloyev — Vitaly Konstantinovich Kaloyev (Виталий Константинович Калоев) is an architect and deputy minister of housing from North Ossetia, Russia known for his 2004 murder of Peter Nielsen in the Swiss town, Kloten. Kaloyev s family had been killed aboard …

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  • 50Eugene M. Travis — was an American politician.LifeHe lived in Brooklyn, Kings County, N.Y. He was a Republican member of the New York State Senate from 1907 to 1912. He was New York State Comptroller from 1915 to 1920.In 1921, Travis, his successor James A. Wendell …

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  • 51James A. Wendell — James Augustus Wendell (January 1, 1869 Fort Plain, Montgomery County, New York May 10, 1922 Albany, Albany County, New York) was an American politician.LifeHe studied law for a time, but did not finish. Instead, he worked as aclerk at the Fort… …

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  • 52examination — n. 1. Inspection, observation. 2. Inquiry, search, research, scrutiny, investigation, inquisition. 3. Trial by questions (in order to elicit truth or to test qualifications), test …

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  • 53Resolution of the Dreyfus Affair — Trial of Esterhazy for forgeryOn the same day as this arrest the examining magistrate Bertulus, disregarding the threats and entreaties directed at him, on his own initiative (as an official note put it) sent Major Esterhazy and his mistress,… …

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  • 54interrogatories — Questions addressed to a person, especially a witness. Questions propounded in writing or orally in obtaining a deposition. 23 Am J2d Dep § 1. Questions propounded in obtaining a discovery. Questions submitted in writing by the plaintiff for… …

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  • 55Socrates — /sok reuh teez /, n. 469? 399 B.C., Athenian philosopher. * * * born с 470, Athens died 399 BC, Athens Greek philosopher whose way of life, character, and thought exerted a profound influence on ancient and modern philosophy. Because he wrote… …

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  • 56procedural law — Law that prescribes the procedures and methods for enforcing rights and duties and for obtaining redress (e.g., in a suit). It is distinguished from substantive law (i.e., law that creates, defines, or regulates rights and duties). Procedural law …

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  • 57Law, Crime, and Law Enforcement — ▪ 2006 Introduction Trials of former heads of state, U.S. Supreme Court rulings on eminent domain and the death penalty, and high profile cases against former executives of large corporations were leading legal and criminal issues in 2005.… …

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  • 58Miranda warning — The Miranda warning (also referred to as Miranda rights) is a warning that is required to be given by police in the United States to criminal suspects in police custody (or in a custodial interrogation) before they are interrogated to inform them …

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  • 59court — /kawrt, kohrt/, n. 1. Law. a. a place where justice is administered. b. a judicial tribunal duly constituted for the hearing and determination of cases. c. a session of a judicial assembly. 2. an area open to the sky and mostly or entirely… …

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  • 60Court — /kawrt, kohrt/, n. Margaret Smith, born 1942, Australian tennis player. * * * I In architecture, an outdoor room surrounded by buildings or walls. Courts have existed in all civilizations from the earliest recorded times. The small garden court… …

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