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Entry 29

Another Friday entry written on the phone. Sorry for the spelling and grammar mistakes. (Hopefully I will not make this a habit. I dearly miss sleep) 268 more words

General

People vs Maglian (2011)

Criminal Law| Mitigating Circumstance

Article 13: Mitigating Circumstance

Pp vs. JAY MANDY MAGLIAN y REYES


FACTS:


The accused and his wife Mary Jay were having dinner at their home in Dasmariñas, Cavite when they got into an argument. 666 more words

Perez vs People of the Philippines (2008)

Criminal Law| Mitigating Circumstance

Article 13: Mitigating Circumstance

FACTS:
Petitioner, Zenon Perez was then the acting municipal treasurer of Tubigon, Bohol, was found to be guilty of malversation of public funds. 355 more words

A CONMAN ARRESTED FOR DUPING UNEMPLOYED OF ₹12L

Cyber-crime sleuths of Cyberabad police arrested a person identified as Syed Shakeel Ahmed for cheating an unemployed person to the tune of ₹12 lakh on the pretext of getting jobs to his brothers in Singapore. 9 more words

Criminal Law

Detroit Officers Posing As Drug Dealers Get Into Brawl With Detroit Officers Posing As Drug Buyers

It appears that crime is so low in Detroit that police are left trying to arrest each other.  On the East side of Detroit, the 12th Precinct sent in a team of special ops officers to pretend to be drug dealers.  189 more words

Bizarre

25 Years of Social & Legal Studies

Social & Legal Studies published its first issue in 1992. The 13 academic lawyers, criminologists and sociologists who founded it saw a space at the time in academic publishing for a theoretically oriented journal that would produce critical knowledge and contribute to formulating and shaping intellectual debate across disciplinary and international barriers. 569 more words

2017 Articles

Criminal Law

Based on wrongful law, crimes are offences from the social order. In keeping law jurisdictions, there’s a lawful fiction that crimes disturb the peace of the sovereign. 183 more words