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A morning in the Phnom Penh Court of Appeal

This blog post is written by Lale Kuzu, former CCHR International Intern.

As a law graduate from the U.K, I have often found observing the hushed stillness of the Court of Appeal as daunting as sitting in a head teacher’s office regardless of whether you are present for discipline or reward. 404 more words

Cambodia

Shoftim (Deut. 16:18 - 21:9)

No matter what your encouraging teachers told you, there are indeed stupid questions.  Examples from Yahoo Answers, compiled by BuzzFeed:

“I know it’s bad to look at the sun, but what if I took a picture of it with my phone?  1,508 more words

“They Keep threatening me”: A Human Rights perspective on Development

I wish we questioned the aid model as much as we are questioning the capitalism model. Sometimes the most generous thing you can do is just say no… 821 more words

Our Justice System

I had a brush with it today. NO! I didn’t do anything wrong, I just had jury duty. Sorta. Well, almost.

I got my summons, looked to see if there was any way to get out of it without telling a lie, and decided I couldn’t. 537 more words

Supreme Ruling

Just months before members of the Michigan Supreme Court are up for re-election, the Supreme Court issued a ruling that provided corporations a billion dollar bonanza. 247 more words

Current Events

Justice and Judicial Efficiency

The Rule of Law means the Reign of Justice. A Nation where the Rule of Law reigns supreme is a Nation of Laws and not of Men. 220 more words

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