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The study of the process of civil litigation from the commencement of a lawsuit through final judgment under modern statutes and rules of court, with emphasis on the federal rules of civil procedure.

 
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Civil Report, 1899-1900

By: Leonard Wood, Cuba. Military Governor, 1899-1902 (Leonard Wood)
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The Illinois Crime Survey

By: Illinois Association for Criminal Justice; Chicago Crime Commission

Justice, Administration of -- Wisconsin Milwaukee ; Criminal procedure -- Illinois Chicago ; Criminal procedure -- Wisconsin Milwaukee ; Justice, Administration of -- Illinois Chicago ; Criminal procedure -- Illinois : Editor's preface, by J. H. Wigmore.-Director's introduction, by A. V. Lashly.- Pt. 1. The machinery of justice: Recorder felonies; an analysis and general survey, by C. E. Gehlke. The Supreme court in felony cases, by A. J. Harno. The trial courts in felon...

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Little Sheaves Gathered While Gleaning after Reapers. Being Letter...

By: Churchill, Caroline M. Nichols, 1833

National consumers' league. Tenth report, for two years ending March 2, 1909. Constitution.--Annual meeting, 1908.--Annual meeting, 1909.--Report of the secretary. Working hours of adult women. Work at night by girls and boys under 21 years. The eight hours day for working children. Labor inspectors. White lists. Congressional bills. Investigations. (a) The standard of living of working girls and women away from home. (b) Children illegally at work. International confere...

Women ; Child labor ; Labor laws and legislation ; Industrial welfare

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Beacon Lights of History, Volume XI

By: John Lord

Excerpt: Dr. Lord?s volume on ?American Statesmen? was written some years after the issue of his volume on ?Warriors and Statesmen,? which was Volume IV of his original series of five volumes. The wide popular acceptance of the five volumes encouraged him to extend the series by including, and rewriting for the purpose, others of his great range of lectures. The volume called ?Warriors and Statesmen? (now otherwise distributed) included a number of lectures which in this...

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Ferragus

By: Honore De Balzac

Preface: Thirteen men were banded together in Paris under the Empire, all imbued with one and the same sentiment, all gifted with sufficient energy to be faithful to the same thought, with sufficient honor among themselves never to betray one another even if their interests clashed; and sufficiently wily and politic to conceal the sacred ties that united them, sufficiently strong to maintain themselves above the law, bold enough to undertake all things, and fortunate eno...

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International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes

By: Francisco Orrego Vicuna

Economics

A. PROCEEDINGS: 1. On September 11, 2002, the International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes (?ICSID? or ?the Centre?) received from Mr. R. Doak Bishop a Request for Arbitration under the Convention for the Settlement of Investment Disputes between States and Nationals of other States (?ICSID Convention? or ?the Convention?) on behalf of Sempra Energy International (?Sempra?) against the Argentine Republic. The request relates to disputes with the Argentine R...

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Interim Cooperation Framework 2004-2006

By: The World Bank

Economics

The Republic of Haiti has just celebrated the bicentennial of its independence. Its history over these two hundred years has often been painful and at times, tragic. Political instability has been recurrent over the past two decades. The promulgation of the Constitution in 1987 and the elections in 1990 raised many hopes, which were interrupted by a coup d?etat and an international embargo that strangled the country economically. After a return to constitutional order in...

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Constitution of the United States

By: Government Printing Office

Government Reference Publication

Excerpt: Decisions of the Supreme Court of the United States: National Prohibition Cases, 253 U.S. 350 (1920); Hawke v. Smith, 253 U.S. 221 (1920); Dillon v. Gloss, 256 U.S. 368 (1921); Leser v. Garnett, 258 U.S. 130 (1922); Coleman v. Miller, 307 U.S. 433 (1939); Chandler v. Wise, 307 U.S. 474 (1939). Article VI. 1 All Debts contracted and Engagements entered into, before the Adoption of this Constitution, shall be as valid against the United States under this Constitut...

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Independent Agencies and Government Corporations Location Position...

By: Government Printing Office

Government Reference Publication

Excerpt: Washington, D.C. Deputy Chief Counsel to Board Member ... ES CA OFFICE OF BOARD MEMBER LIEBMAN Wilma B. Liebman Do ... Member 5 years 12/06/02 IV EX PAS Dennis P. Walsh Do ... Chief Counsel to Board Member ... ES NA Career Incumbent Do ... Deputy Chief Counsel to Board Member ... ES CA OFFICE OF BOARD MEMBER HURTGEN Peter J. Hurtgen Do ... Member 5 years 08/27/01 IV EX PAS Career Incumbent Do ... Chief Counsel to Board Member ... ES CA Career Incumbent Do ... De...

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Or Attaining Other Committee Members Serving in Higher Offices Acc...

By: Government Printing Office

Government Reference Publication

Excerpt: MEMBERS OF CONTINENTAL CONGRESS Abraham Baldwin Elias Boudinot Lambert Cadwalader Thomas Fitzsimons Abiel Foster Elbridge Gerry Nicholas Gilman William Hindman John Laurance Samuel Livermore James Madison John Patten Theodore Sedgwick William Smith John Vining Jeremiah Wadsworth SIGNER OF THE DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE Elbridge Gerry DELEGATES TO CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION Abraham Baldwin Thomas Fitzsimons Elbridge Gerry Nicholas Gilman James Madison SIGNERS OF ...

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The Florida Case before the Electoral Commission

By: Government Printing Office

Government Reference Publication

Excerpt: During the summers of 1877 and 1878, well-known porchallenge with the disputed Hayes-Tilden trait painter Cornelia Adele Fassett was permitted to set election of 1876. Democratic candidate Samuel J. Tilden won the popular vote for up a temporary studio in the U.S. Capitol’s Supreme Court president on November 7 by a 250, 000-Chamber while the Court was not in session. Her aim vote margin. Preliminary Electoral College was to paint a group portrait of the Elector...

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Daniel Webster

By: Government Printing Office

Government Reference Publication

Excerpt: Thomas Ball had already earned recognition as a painter Webster was both a U.S. senator from when he decided in 1850 to devote himself primarily toMassachusetts and a U.S. representative from Massachusetts and New Hampshire. sculpture. His early pieces were small “cabinet” busts, and Webster was born in Salisbury, New Ball’s great admiration for Daniel Webster led him to make Hampshire, and gained national promi-such a bust of the great orator. Finding the effor...

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Constantino Brumidi

By: Government Printing Office

Government Reference Publication

Excerpt: In 1966 the U.S. Congress authorized the creation of a portrait bust honoring Constantino Brumidi that would be displayed in the Brumidi Corridors. The legislation was spurred in part by renewed appreciation of Brumidi following publication of a biography on him written by Myrtle Cheney Murdock, the wife of an Arizona congressman. Sculptor JIMILU mason was awarded the commission in early 1967; she based her likeness of Brumidi on photographs taken during his lif...

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James Bryce

By: Government Printing Office

Government Reference Publication

Excerpt: Born in Belfast, Ireland, James Bryce distinguished himself in history, law, politics, and diplomacy. For more than 20 years he taught civil law at Oxford University, and from 1880 to 1907 he was a Liberal Party member of Britain’s House of Commons. Bryce served in the last cabinet of Prime Minister William Gladstone and was chief secretary for Ireland under Prime Minister Henry Campbell-Bannerman. James Bryce became British ambassador to the United States in 19...

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The Florida Case before the Electoral Commission

By: Government Printing Office

Government Reference Publication

Excerpt: During the summers of 1877 and 1878, well-known portrait painter Cornelia Adele Fassett was permitted to set up a temporary studio in the U.S. Capitol’s Supreme Court Chamber while the Court was not in session. Her aim was to paint a group portrait of the Electoral Commission’s 1877 meeting in the room. The artist’s recognition of the historic significance of this event merits praise. She deserves attention more for her ambition, however, than for her artistic a...

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John Jay

By: Government Printing Office

Government Reference Publication

Excerpt: The inscription on this bust of John Jay signifies the true measure of John Frazee’s heartfelt republicanism. At first perplexing, the abbreviated final words “Am. In. 55 “ actually stand for “in the 55th year of American Independence.” A truly fine achievement, Frazee’s bust of John Jay is worthy of a new nation that looked to the Roman Republic for inspiration and historical confirmation. It is simple, resolutely frontal, and very Roman, both in its stylizatio...

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State Court Organization 1998

By: Government Printing Office

Government Reference Publication

Excerpt: Table 3. Trial Courts and Trial Court Judges of the United States Legend: -=Not applicable Courts and judges 15 Court Type G = General jurisdiction L = Limited jurisdiction Full-time Authorized Judges Alabama G Circuit Court 131 L District Court 99 L Municipal Court 242 L Probate Court 68 Alaska G Superior Court 32 L District Court 17 - Magistrates Division 67 Arizona G Superior Court1 134 L Justice of the Peace Court 84 L Municipal Court 84 Arkansas G Circuit C...

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Prosecution Response to Defense Motion to Dismiss Charge 2

By: David Matthew Hicks

Government Reference Publication

Excerpt: 1. Timeliness. This response is being filed within the timeline established by the Presiding Officer ... 2.Position on Motion. The Defense Motion to dismiss Charge 2 (Attempted Murder by an Unprivileged Belligerent) should be denied ... 2.Facts a. As the United States Supreme Court succinctly stated in Hamdi v. Rumsfeld: On September 11, 2001, the al Qaida terrorist network used hijacked commercial airliners to attack prominent targets in the United States. Appr...

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Prosecution Response to Defense Motion to Dismiss Charge 1 Offense...

By: David Matthew Hicks

Government Reference Publication

Excerpt: 1. Timeliness. This response is being filed within the timeline established by the Presiding Officer ... 2.Position on Motion. The Defense motion to dismiss that portion of Charge (Conspiracy) relating to Destruction of Property by an Unprivileged Belligerent should be denied ... 2.Facts a. As the United States Supreme Court succinctly stated in Hamdi v. Rumsfeld1: On September 11, 2001, the al Qaida terrorist network used hijacked commercial airliners to attack...

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Federal Emergency Management Agency

By: Madoma A. Lebling

Pursuant to the Freedom of Information Act (5 U.S.C. 9552, as amended), I hereby request disclosure of the following records for inspection and possible copying: Records held by your agency related to the Vice President's National Energy Policy Development Group (Energy Task Force) leading to the issuance of National Energy Policy: Repol? of the National Energy o l i GDe velopnient 'Group, including: If you regard any of these records as exempt from required disclosure u...

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