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Question 12, p. 170  a) There are many questions to ask if they are guilty or not. Overall the argument regarding the seaman is not over whether or not the boy was there main dinner for the night. They obviously broke the law, because the law is a rigid set of rules that rarely takes in account of context. The main point is that it is against the morality in many societies, people, to take innocent life even to save one’s own. b) At the time Brook’s never agreed to kill the sailor. Except after the sailor was killed, Brook’s had some kind of erg to join the crew to drink the blood. Overall, Brook’s joined the crew by drinking the blood. Should of brook been charged? No, because he did not participate in the crime done by the other sailors. a) Question 11, p. 210 a. Under the Fifth Amendment states:
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Unformatted text preview: Nor shall be compelled in any criminal case to be a witness against himself, nor be deprived of live, liberty or property without due process of law. Nor shall private property be taken for public use, without just compensation. Overall I would rule the case to 99 Cents Only Stores because the city had no attention of taken the laid because they would receive a bigger sales tax from Costco. The property was never sold to Costco thus means they broke the first amendment rule. b. Overall, I would think the ruling would still stay the same as of today. Yes the laws have changed in many ways except the The Fifth Amendment to the Constitution proscribes the taking of private property for public use without just compensation this statement still intact today and will not change in the future....
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