Put yourself in this man's shoes, JUST HOW WOULD YOU FEEL? He is alone on the last day of his life. He has witnessed the stampede..people...animals...everything...trying to escape. The "thing" is sweeping inland. The sky is collapsing. Forests ablaze. A lingering survivor...in dazed disbelief...he re-lives the past few days. A news broadcast told of fissures opening up all over the world...hundreds of miles long. Hot magma spurting up...worldwide. And now he faces the end...All voices have died - except for the howling of the wind, the ear-splitting thunder, the relentless crashing of waves. He is alone...Did something like this happen in 2345 BC? See evidence that is more substantial than for any other event in history. The last day on earth: Those geniuses of Mother Civilization - how did they feel on the LAST DAY? What really transpired the day the earth tipped over? With surprising scientific evidence, we reconstruct that most incredible day in all of history.
Genre: Religion, Editor: TEACH Services, Inc., Pages: 236 in PDF, Epub, Mobi, ISBN: 9781572585546


'Blackstone's Statutes' have been designed specifically with the law student in mind. Each book has been compiled to meet the needs of specific courses. This work covers evidence.
Genre: Evidence, Editor: Oxford University Press, Pages: 421 in PDF, Epub, Mobi, ISBN: 9780198768340


"At once intimate and literally operatic, it's everything I love about Katherine Addison's writing, in ways I didn't know to expect. I loved it." —John Scalzi Katherine Addison returns to the glittering world she created for her beloved novel, The Goblin Emperor, in this stand-alone sequel Locus Award Finalist! Mythopoeic Award Finalist! When the young half-goblin emperor Maia sought to learn who had set the bombs that killed his father and half-brothers, he turned to an obscure resident of his father’s Court, a Prelate of Ulis and a Witness for the Dead. Thara Celehar found the truth, though it did him no good to discover it. He lost his place as a retainer of his cousin the former Empress, and made far too many enemies among the many factions vying for power in the new Court. The favor of the Emperor is a dangerous coin. Now Celehar lives in the city of Amalo, far from the Court though not exactly in exile. He has not escaped from politics, but his position gives him the ability to serve the common people of the city, which is his preference. He lives modestly, but his decency and fundamental honesty will not permit him to live quietly. As a Witness for the Dead, he can, sometimes, speak to the recently dead: see the last thing they saw, know the last thought they had, experience the last thing they felt. It is his duty use that ability to resolve disputes, to ascertain the intent of the dead, to find the killers of the murdered. Celehar’s skills now lead him out of the quiet and into a morass of treachery, murder, and injustice. No matter his own background with the imperial house, Celehar will stand with the commoners, and possibly find a light in the darkness. Katherine Addison has created a fantastic world for these books – wide and deep and true. Within THE CHRONICLES OF OSRETH The Goblin Emperor The Cemeteries of Amalo trilogy The Witness for the Dead The Grief of Stones The Tomb of Dragons At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.
Genre: Fiction, Editor: Tor Books, Pages: 206 in PDF, Epub, Mobi, ISBN: 9780765387448


Every legal system, at the outset of court proceedings, has rules aimed at safeguarding parties' interests during the time needed to obtain a judgment on the merits. However, as the European Commission put the case in a 1997 communication, 'a comparative survey of national legislation reveals that there are virtually no definitions of provisional/protective measures and that the legal situations vary widely. The only convergence that can be ascertained is between the function of such measures.' Recognizing that after almost twenty years the issues noted by the Commission have not found a satisfactory solution, here at last is a book that collects and compares the ideas behind the 'preliminary injunction' (an expression the authors use as a general term for a great variety of provisional and precautionary measures) with an eye to defining and organizing this small but very important aspect of the law. Although the analysis touches on relevant measures from many countries, the authors focus on the national legislation in four EU Member States – England, France, Germany, and Italy – to highlight the nature of the differences these kinds of measures entail. They compare and contrast such aspects as the following: – differences in civil procedure; - the types of measures that may be taken; - the terms on which preliminary injunctions, which are normally directly enforceable, may be ordered by a court; - the kind of assets that may be affected; - the relationship between proceedings in an interlocutory action and proceedings on the substance; - necessity of credible evidence that immediate and irreparable injury, loss, or damage will result if no preliminary injunction is granted; and - the role of protective measures in summary proceedings. The study also describes and examines the recent European order for payment (EC Regulation No. 1896/2006), the most significant existing transnational instrument aimed at granting preliminary protection of creditors' rights. This incomparable book represents a major contribution to a growing debate, particularly in Europe, on ways and means of securing equivalent protection for all litigants. Given the variety of legal systems and of measures available, the debate will have to focus on the functions served by provisional/protective measures, the minimum conditions to be satisfied, the adversary procedure requirement, the enforceability of the measures, and possible redress procedures. There is no more thorough and reliable resource available to clarify these issues for practitioners and interested policymakers everywhere.
Genre: Law, Editor: Kluwer Law International B.V., Pages: 338 in PDF, Epub, Mobi, ISBN: 9789041158505


Mechanical Witness is the first cultural and legal history charting the changing role and theoretical implications of film and video use as courtroom evidence. Schwartz moves from the earliest employment of film in the courts of the 1920s to the notious 1991 Rodney Kind video, revealing how the courts have developed a reliance on film and video technologies and contributed to the growing influence of visual media as a dominant mode of knowledge formation. At the same time, film and video in juridical contexts has developed a distinct theoretical legacy. The particular qualities of film as evidence both resonate with and contradict existing scholarship-focusing on economic, social, or aesthetic factors-which hitherto has defined film's status and cultural contribution. In the context of a trial, the possible meanings of a film change from its meanings when shown in a movie theater or broadcast on television, yet the public (and cinema scholars) tend to assume that the two are the same. Mechanical Witness demonstrates that we must understand evidentiary film and video's institutional specificity if we are to understand the full effects of motion picture technologies on our culture. This study sets the terms for a long overdue assessment of how the entertainment industry has shaped our film viewing practices, the place of moving picture evidence in the courtroom, and the social and cultural consequences of these intertwined histories.
Genre: Performing Arts, Editor: Oxford University Press, Pages: 144 in PDF, Epub, Mobi, ISBN: 9780199886258



Genre: Justices of the peace, Editor: , Pages: 1252 in PDF, Epub, Mobi, ISBN: OXFORD:N11125274



Genre: Civil procedure, Editor: , Pages: 867 in PDF, Epub, Mobi, ISBN: MINN:31951D02218678Q



Genre: , Editor: , Pages: in PDF, Epub, Mobi, ISBN: STANFORD:36105022057751



Genre: Law, Editor: , Pages: 808 in PDF, Epub, Mobi, ISBN: OSU:32437010941181



Genre: , Editor: , Pages: 1198 in PDF, Epub, Mobi, ISBN: UCAL:B4866476