Ethics and Law

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Dating Dilemmas: Violence Dating dilemmas are a pivotal problem in the lives of the young and single in society today. Over the years, date rape has become more and more predominant, especially in the lives of teenage girls who are completing high school and college. Many factors may influence the attacker to commit such a crime upon it's teenage victim. But none are excusable or accepted and these attackers are being punished much more harshly since sexual assault was added, as an offence

THE FUTURE OF GUN CONTROL This report is about the future of gun control. The future of gun control is basically that guns will soon be very hard to get your hands on and even after you get them then you will be very restricted on where, when, and how you will be able to use your firearm. The types of guns that most people are against are already banned. People do not take the time to do the research to find out that the types of guns that are used for hunting are not most c

THE FUTURE OF POLICE BRUTALITY This report is going to cover the future of police brutality, what it is, where and when it happens, and what we can do to stop it. We as the public need to realize that there are always two sides to any story. When we hear that someone was injured of even killed by a police officer we automatically think that the officer was wrong for what he did, when in reality he may have been saving his life or the lives of others. Most poli

As the end of the twentieth century nears, a new medium and tool has emerged as the future of communications, business, news, education, and entertainment. This tool is the Internet, a worldwide network of computers currently connected by phone lines. While it is still in its infancy, its power as a medium is very great, and this is being recognized ever more frequently by the businesses and people it connects. However, it is also abundant with information that is consider

Many defenses exist which provide either that the accused in question is not guilty of the offence charged, or that the accused is guilty of a lesser offence. As everyone knows the best defense to have on your side is a good alibi: proof that the accused could not have possibly committed the offence in question. This essay will discuss the defense of insanity and if it is a valid and logical defense to use in a courtroom. The defense of insanity has caused much discussion among judges and lawyer

Legalization of Industrial Hemp "Make the most you can of the Indian Hemp seed and sow it everywhere." ---George Washington, 1794. You can eat it, for it has great cooking versatility and even more nutritional value than soybean foods. Doctors use its oil to boost your immune system and fight heart problems. You can wear it, for it makes a light, long-lasting fiber that "breathes" beautifully. It even makes

Jim Snoxall ROBBERY AND PROPERTY CRIMES Break N Enter Break n Enter is commonly called Burglary it is a serious offence. Break is defined as being: (a) To break any part, externally or internally (b) To open anything that is used or intended to be used to close or to cover an internal of external opening. Enter is defined as "a person enters as soon as any part of his body or any part of an instrument that he/she uses is within anything that is being entered." A separate offence (carr

The death penalty has been used for centuries all over the world. In biblical times, the "Eye for an Eye" rule was common amongst the people. If one killed someone else, then they in turn would be killed. Keep in mind that these people were very religious and societies back then were more barbaric. Times have changed so much over the years, and now the humanitarian people are trying to put an end to Capitol Punishment. Texas, one of the largest states in the Union, uses the death penalty more t

Birth is a miracle - or so it feels to the willing parents. A tiny infant emerging from the mother's womb, a piece of you, embodying all your hopes and dreams. But what about the unwilling parents? What about the female who has found herself with an unwanted pregnancy? Her options are few - motherhood, adoption or abortion. Yet, abortion remains a controversial issue, and depending on where you live, can be illegal. Since 1988, the Canadian legislation has been silent on the subject of

To pray or not to pray-that is one of the questions. This question arose in communities all over the United States when there was a disagreement concerning the separation of church and state. The new question is whether or not this problem has a solution. Many problems throughout the world have no solutions. Humans know there is nothing they can do to fix these dilemmas, but have learned to somewhat cope with these unsolveable challenges. The controversy involving prayer in public schools