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Chimpanzees’ lawyers say court's denial of habeas corpus is ‘legally wrong’

Lawyers for captive chimpanzees Tommy and Kiko have taken the unusual step of publishing a fully annotated document that lays out their criticisms of a New York appeal court’s ruling that denied habeas corpus for the chimps. 1,414 more words

Wildlife And Animal Rights

More Tough Sentencing In Germany

The state court in Berlin convicted a group of young refugees from Syria and Libya on Tuesday who attempted to set fire to a sleeping homeless man at a subway station on Christmas last year. 85 more words

Helplessness

Where is the Body?

If you see on TV, particularly court drama scenes, you may often hear, “Where is the body?,” or in tagalog, “San na ang bangkay?” 414 more words

Constitutional Law

SUSPENSION OF THE PRIVILEGE OF THE WRIT OF HABEAS CORPUS

RE: SUSPENSION OF THE PRIVILEGE OF THE WRIT OF HABEAS CORPUS

DEFINE A “WRIT OF HABEAS CORPUS”?

 ANS.  A writ of habeas corpus is defined as a writ directed to the person detaining another, commanding him to produce the body of the prisoner at a designated time and place, with the day and cause of his caption and detention, to do, submit to, and receive whatever the court of judge awarding the writ shall consider in that behalf. 461 more words

Knowing where the bodies are buried: Laurel and Hardy in Habeas Corpus (1928)

Some two reelers pretend to make a sort of sense and some don’t.  This one doesn’t.

There’s a mad scientist (who lives far more luxuriously than most mad scientists) who needs a brain and needs it now (as mad scientists will and do).   767 more words

German Of The Day: Handkreissäge

That means skill saw or portable circular saw.

And you really need to have a lot of skill when you operate one of those things. Or you ought to. 83 more words

Germany