Category Archives: Public Law

Gobsmacked Over Eve And Graham Ward Foster Carers Taking In African British Children Like Lots Of Others?


  Gobsmacked Over Eve And Graham Ward Foster Carers Taking In African British Children Like Lots Of Others?  Source: Never Let The World Forget The Horrors Suffered By The Child Immigrants Of England. Eve Ward in Daventry, NN11 Based on … Continue reading

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A Lost Nation: Transparency in the Family Courts


A Lost Nation: Transparency in the Family Courts   Source: Increase Transparency in the Family Courts.   Once a child is proven to be ‘Gillick’ competent the child must be allowed to attend Court to give their views to a … Continue reading

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4/27/17 Constitution Revision Commission


  4/27/17 Constitution Revision Commission – Jacksonville There are audio difficulties at this event throughout the first hour. Source: Duty Of The Courts To Be Watchful For The Constitutional Rights Of The Citizen. VIDEO: Please Click Here To View → … Continue reading

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Do Everything You Can To Prevent Court-Appointed Professionals From Coming Into Your Case


  Do Everything You Can To Prevent Court-Appointed Professionals From Coming Into Your Case Your child Is Taken Into Care, By Social Services Or Are A Party In A Private Custody Case Your child is taken into care, by social … Continue reading

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Common Birthright Of Brotherhood And Sisterhood Of Man


  Common Birthright Of Brotherhood And Sisterhood Of Man International Literacy Day #NowPlaying Who Am I – Atjazz Love Soul Remix by Boddhi Satva. Source: Mark Geoffrey Kirshner England captain Wayne Rooney’s secret love of poetry is revealed by former … Continue reading

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Attorney General Of The United States of America


  Attorney General Of The United States of America Attorney General of the United States on February 9, 2017 by Michael R. Pence. President Donald J. Trump announced his intention to nominate Mr. Sessions on November 18, 2016. 17 Aug 2017 Source: … Continue reading

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What Is The Role Of A Public Officer | United Kingdom


What Is The Role Of A Public Officer | United Kingdom   Duty Of The Courts | Constitutional Rights Of The Citizen   UNITED KINGDOM: The Attorney General is chief legal adviser to the Crown and has a number of … Continue reading

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The Families That Suffer For Secrecy


  The Families That Suffer For Secrecy Telegraph View 7:08PM BST 04 Jul 2009 The blanket secrecy that surrounds family courts is an invitation to bad practice. Social workers have immense powers and terrible responsibilities. If they make a wrong … Continue reading

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Livestock


  Livestock Personal property is movable and can be understood in comparison to immovable property or real property, such as land and buildings. Movable property on land, for example, larger livestock, was not automatically sold with the land, it was … Continue reading

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Miller v. Alabama


Miller v. Alabama Miller v. Alabama, 567 U.S. 460 (2012), was a United States Supreme Court case in which the Court held that mandatory sentences of life without the possibility of parole are unconstitutional for juvenile offenders. The ruling applied even to those persons who had … Continue reading

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