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by Janis L. Walter

Download Criminal Law Case Study CD-ROM: State v. Manion eBook
ISBN:
1418062359
Author:
Janis L. Walter
Category:
Law Practice
Language:
English
Publisher:
Delmar Cengage Learning; 1 edition (August 19, 2008)
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State v. Manion: Involves a criminal case involving a man who has been fatally shot. The ensuing investigation results in an indictment of the deceased's widow. The student will be asked to assist either the prosecutor or the defense team.

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Our Case Study Series on CD-ROM was designed to give students an opportunity to "learn by doing. Most textbook case scenarios are usually brief and only give pieces of the whole case. Actual case files with the court typically contain issues too complicated for beginning students, the documents are too lengthy, or they are often incomplete since discovery devises are not filed with the court.

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Janis Walter Family Law Case Study CD-ROM: Allen v. Allen. None of the cases are state or time specific, so they can be used in any jurisdiction at any time. ISBN 13: 9781418062347. Family Law Case Study CD-ROM: Allen v. Our Case Studies CD-ROM Series was designed to give students an opportunity to "learn by doing.

Cases on Automatism Free Criminal Law Cases A) TOTAL LOSS OF VOLUNTARY CONTROL Broome v Perkins . The assault occurred whilst the defendant was in a state of hypoglycaemia (low blood sugar level due to an excess of insulin).

Cases on Automatism Free Criminal Law Cases A) TOTAL LOSS OF VOLUNTARY CONTROL Broome v Perkins Crim LR 271. The defendant had driven eratically while suffering from hypo-glycaemia (low blood sugar level caused by an excess of insulin in the bloodstream), but was convicted of driving without due care and attention because of evidence that from time to time he had exercised conscious control over his car, veering away from other vehicles so as to avoid a collision, braking.

Criminal Law Case Studies. has been added to your Cart. The book of course focuses on law rather than storytelling, but also offers a background for each case that really includes psychological background for many of the defendants, and personalizes the parties unlike any textbook I've read before. I recommend reading this not only as a student, but if you're a criminal law hobbyist or just looking for some interesting bathroom reading material.

3 None of the cases are state or time specific, so they can be used in any jurisdiction at any time

Description this book Our Case Studies CD-ROM Series was designed to give students an opportunity to "learn by doing. Each CD-ROM contains a case file, a series of documents that would be found in a litigation, criminal law, or family law file. Documents will be included in their entirety instead of as abbreviated versions.

Publications (2008) 2006 Author, State v. Manion: Criminal Case Series Cengage Publications (2008) 2006 Author, Mosley v. Okeedoke: Civil Litigation Case Series Cengage Publications (2008) 2005 Author, The Ohio Courts. Okeedoke: Civil Litigation Case Series Cengage Publications (2008) 2005 Author, The Ohio Courts Pearson/Prentice Hall Publications (2006) 1998 Nominee, Dolly Cohen Award Outstanding Teaching. Curriculum Vitae BARBARA R. SNYDER. 2004-2007 Executive Vice President and Provost The Ohio State University Office of Academic Affairs.

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Our Case Study Series on CD-ROM was designed to give students an opportunity to "learn by doing." Most textbook case scenarios are usually brief and only give pieces of the whole case. Actual case files with the court typically contain issues too complicated for beginning students, the documents are too lengthy, or they are often incomplete since discovery devises are not filed with the court. Instructors can create their own cases, but it is often a burden because of the time commitment. With this CD series, the work is done for them! Each CD-ROM in the series contains a case file, a series of documents that would be found in a litigation, criminal law, or family law file. Documents will be included in their entirety instead of as abbreviated versions. The student will therefore be involved in working on an entire case and not just parts of a case. Each case will be simplistic to appeal to the beginning student, but will still be realistic. An extensive list of assignments is provided for the instructor to select from. None of the cases are state- or time-specific so they can be used in any jurisdiction at any time. With these CDs, the student will be able to analyze cases while producing legal documents and preparing legal research, just as paralegals do in actual law offices. By completing these exercises, a paralegal can develop the practical skills necessary to function as a valuable and effective member of a legal team. State v. Manion: Involves a criminal case involving a man who has been fatally shot. The ensuing investigation results in an indictment of the deceased's widow. The student will be asked to assist either the prosecutor or the defense team.