Posts Tagged ‘courts’

Law and Justice in Japan – a lecture

Sunday, May 27th, 2012

One of two lectures given to undergraduates in anthropology at Cambridge University in 2008 by Alan Macfarlane. For a downloadable version, reading list and context, please see www.alanmacfarlane.com All revenues go to World Oral Literature Project Related Blogs

Strawman Redemption From the Strawman Redemption Youtube channel.flv

Thursday, May 17th, 2012

He explains everything in detail, you will have to watch twice to fully get it…. Related Blogs

Do We Need Government?

Wednesday, May 16th, 2012

Students, get a full week of this at a summer seminar: lrnlbty.co Should government provide law enforcement? Most would argue that government is absolutely necessary for law enforcement. Prof. Edward Stringhman, however, argues that government may not even be necessary at all. To come to this conclusion, Prof. Stringham asks a few important questions. First, […]

Indiana’s Protection Order Registry

Friday, April 15th, 2011

The Indiana Supreme Court Judicial Technology and Automation Committee (JTAC) created an electronic protection order registry for use by courts around the state to record protection orders and simultaneously notify local police, state police, and the FBI. This system has greatly improved the effectiveness of protection orders in Indiana, and so was made mandatory for […]

How To Become A Lawyer – Legal Info Tips

Thursday, March 17th, 2011

www.criminaljusticedegreejobs.com How to become a Lawyer. The education and training required according to how to become a Lawyer usually takes many years to finish. An aspiring lawyer typically undergoes a prolonged process. Job Description Counseling clients on their legal rights and obligations Interpreting and applying laws to specific situations, and drafting new laws presenting supportive […]

ThinkFree Demockery 1/9

Sunday, March 13th, 2011

From Freeman-on-the-Land Robert-Arthur: Menard An examination of de facto power, TASER usage, obstruction of justice and our remedy against a growing police state. Related Blogs