29. Discuss the difference between the philosophies of judicial restraint and judicial activism.
Please give me a few paragraphs on your essays!
30. Explain the development of lawyers in the Cravath system from law school interns to partners.
1. What is bail and why does it exist?
Bail is an asset that an individual has that they can give the court
to ensure that they will return for their scheduled court date. This
asset or collateral is usually in the form of cash and bond, but can
The process of becoming an attorney is not something that one can accomplish in a
weekend. To become an attorney it will take several years. In Wyoming the process of
becoming an attorney is broken into 5 steps. First, you must obtain a Bachelor of Arts o
Laws are rules. They are the set of rules made to teach and guide society how
to act. They help protect the freedoms and basic rights members of society are
granted from the Constitution of the United States of America. They ultimately tell us
what is acc
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Case Name: Miranda v. Arizona, 384 U.S. 436 (1966).
Parties: Ernesto Miranda, Defendant
State of Arizona, Plaintiff
Facts: Ernesto Miranda was arrested in 1963 by Phoenix Police Department for
kidnapping and rape after the
Explain the development of lawyers in the Cravath system from law school interns to
partners. Define billable hours. How do they play a part in the development process?
The Cravath system was created by Cravath, Swaine & Moore when they were the first
List and discuss the three main steps to the voir dire process. Please give me several
paragraphs on your essay questions.
Voir dire comes from the French and means, to see to speak or simply put it means to
see what is said.1 The process of voir dire con
You mention the moral dilemma of a defense attorney having to represent a
defendant whom he know is guilty. How do you think some defense
attorneys deal with this? How would you approach this if you were a public
defender just appointed to represent a cri
The 22 judges of the Wyoming District Courts and the five Wyoming State Supreme
Court justices are selected through the assisted appointment method. This method is also
known as the merit selection or the Missouri Plan.1 The assisted appointment method is
Discuss the problem of wrongful convictions. Explain the significance of the problem
and the causes. Give an example of a wrongfully convicted person cleared through one of
the Project Innocence programs.
Everyone would like to think the criminal justice
Discuss the difference between the philosophies of judicial restraint and judicial activism.
Judicial activism and judicial restraint are both part of the judicial system with very
opposite goals. They are a check against the fraudulent use of powers of t
A civil law suit maybe filed at both the state and federal level. The federal level is usually
reserved for cases that involve the Federal Government or issues between people from
different states that are arguing over $75,000 or more1. Here in Wyoming th
1. What is the difference between arbitration and mediation?
Arbitration and Mediation are both alternatives to the costly and timeconsuming process of litigation. Arbitration and mediation both utilize a
third party that is neutral to oversee the process
Case Citation: Fredrick Bouchat v Baltimore Ravens
Fredrick Bouchat, Plaintiff/Appellants
Baltimore Ravens & NFL Properties, Defendant/Appellee
Facts: Fredrick Bouchat claims the Baltimore Ravens and NFL Properties infringed on his copyright in t
Part 1 of 1 Question 1 of 20
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In some cases, judges can serve as triers of law and fact.
Answer Key: True
Question 2 of 20
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The _ Amendment guarantees criminal defendants the right to trial by a
According to my research and as of 2015 Wyoming is 29th on the list for active
lawyers per capita with total population of 586,107 and active/resident lawyers of
1,778. According to the data the only state that was at an even level of active