I do law and thought if you have genuine problems, i could give some advice!
I do law and thought if you have genuine problems, i could give some advice!
since i know you also enjoy the metaphysical perspective of things -
how do you reconcile law with the quest for knowledge
this isnt a legal issue
i think a thread about law could have some far-reaching implications
your mother's dick
what's you degree colleage ? and what's your speciallity ?I do law and thought if you have genuine problems, i could give some advice!
i have copied down ur q and will post my answer a bit later on.
this is a fantastic question to start this thread
Last edited by Prince Rai; 04-26-2006 at 08:21 AM.
i am doing an LLB in Brunel University London.Originally Posted by WU-KILLAH
i have completed Public Law, Criminal Law, Contract Law and know Law in the UK mostly.
But i have studied International Law, and want to speacialise in Commercial/Financial Law.
whose car is it?Originally Posted by Legato
and who takes responsibility for the items taken?
if nobody assumes that its theirs, the judge wont let either of them off.
most likely they will be charged on the basis of what the police have found.
as for the e thats still in the car. Your friend can plead that he didnt know about that. this will only be considred by the judge, if your friend didnt lie about the other stuff in the first place.
1) your friend must prove he had no idea about what his friend was carrying with him.
2) if your friend had the items, he should say he was guilty of possession.,
because if they find the e, he can pledge that he didnt know about that stuff.
If he lies, he is perverting justice even more and wont come out lightly.
but put more facts about the case out.
If Your Drinkin And Driving And You Get Pulled Over Should You Take The Breathalizer Or Should You Refuse It? Or Does It Not Matter Either Way?
I left the country 4 years ago(amerika); while on probation. My moms has said the police have been by her house several times with warrants. My question is what is the statute of limitations on arresst warrants for probation violaters... and can they arresst me in any state?
yo i got this buddy, dude is out of his gord.Originally Posted by Rollie Fingers
kid gets real fucked up, and constantly is driving. never been in some shit though till this one night. ends up totally fucking his car up, nailed a lightpost, took out electricity for part of a neighborhood. ends up taking off through the woods to his house, cause it was nearby. the cops end up stopping him and he makes up this story that some kid "pete" was driving his car and he didnt know who he was. so the cops put out an apb on this dude pete and in the meantime dont breathalize my friend or do any of that shit. the next day by the time they figure out he was lying, they couldnt do shit to him. he ended up with a lane violation ticket. sadly kid ended up totally another car the same way. somehow got no dwi for that either. and still drinks and drives. hes gonna really have to fuck himself up before he stops though. but thats the life the kid wants to lead. BO.
The earth is a very small stage in a vast cosmic arena. Think of the rivers of blood spilled by all those generals and emperors so that in glory and in triumph they could become the momentary masters of a fraction of a dot.
People are too stupid to effectively conspire to do anything, but not too stupid to come up with conspiracy theories.
i applied to go to brunel university they gave me a very nice offer, for Aerospace engineering MEng. A very nice university man sports facilities are out of this world. but most likely im going to Imperial College London, but the amount of nerds at imperial is really putting me off. my mate wants to do the same LLB law course they wanted 300 points, thats a lot so well done to you for getting in.Originally Posted by Princerai
off topic i know and i apoligise for it.
It is needless to mention that the law involves everybody to various degrees in whatever country or state they happen to live in.Originally Posted by LHX
Law seemingly determines our freedoms and limitations (ironic) and also upholds justice and 'reasonableness' in society.
Perhaps a better view to see law is to say that we are free to do as much as what we want to, in respect as to what the law hasn't illegalised.
Another point to mention is that, when we talk of law, like here now, the written and practicality of law can become very different.
When i say written law, i mean the "know the ledge" reasoning of law. Because I have seen with my own eyes that not all individuals involved in the
judiciary are just, neither interested in societal balances, but merely to ensure selfish expediences (get paper,crib,whip).
As for answering LHX's important question.
"How do /we/ reconcile law, with the quest for knowledge?"
As i have mentioned, we are free to do what the law permits us to do. If we break the law, we are subject to the discretions of authorities.
We see in history that at times certain "knowledge" were not allowed and made unlawful to pursue. That is why authorities burnt books or took away courses and
professors at universities.
But, we can also see the limits that law has put on knowledge today, when wee see how government bodies (CIA) may hide knowledge to protect the nation. "national security"
it is debatable whether all information hidden by certain bodies are in the best interest of society, but as far as the law is concerned, it is ruthless in ensuring that the document of law is followed.
Perhaps the above just illustrates the harshness of the practicalities of law. This is because everybody interprets the use of Law in different ways, owing to the wide usage of the law.
We have Contract Law, International Law, Family Law, Compnay Law etc etc etc.
Here i suppose we are just trying to focus on the simple term "law" with a simple dictionary meaning.
I want to mention some notions of law, which further bites on LHX's question but leaves room for others to say something as well.
1) law is a tool for the elite to rule the lower classes.
2)law provides man with his unconditional freedoms. such as freedom of speech.
3)without law, society will be tyrannical.
4)law is a universal term which cannot be explained by words itself, it can only be exhibited by action.
5)who REALLY makes the law?
i'll be looking back here again, just trying to finish some work
you better take it!Originally Posted by Rollie Fingers
in most countries its an offence not to take it!
you have no other choice but to.
the police will tell you what the law is if you refuse.
Peace,Originally Posted by kwu
your question will need knowledge of the law specifically for the your country and in particular in the state you live in and are in now.
Police can issue a statement of arrest for you to a police department in any state. its the role of that state police then either to arrest you or not, relating to the law in that particular state. short answer YES you may well be able to get arrested in any state in your country. albeit, depending on your crime.
if you are outside america or country of residence, then you are less likely to get arrested as you will be subject to the laws of another country. you will be a diplomatic case.
as for general warrants for arrest. they are usually discretionary, meaning that the police can arrest you if they have a reason to. the only authority to challege what the police have done is the Courts itself.
its hard to answer your case as i need specific laws for your case, i just gave a general answer to your situation.
lol peace Han.Originally Posted by HAN88
i know the sports facilities are amazing here. it will be one of the training grounds for athletes for the london olympics 2012.
imperial is amazing especially for your course. its definitely a firm choice to choose.
i chose brunel as second choice, i had kings college as first.