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State Of Utah, By And Through Utah State Department Of Social Services V. Joey Gutierrez : Brief Of Appellant, Utah Supreme Court Dec 1984

State Of Utah, By And Through Utah State Department Of Social Services V. Joey Gutierrez : Brief Of Appellant, Utah Supreme Court

Utah Supreme Court Briefs (through 1999)

BRIEF OF APPELLANT

A p p e a l from t h e J u d g m e n t Rendered in t h e Third J u d i c i al D i s t r i c t C o u r t , S a l t Lake C o u n t y , H o n o r a b l e James S. Sawaya, p r e s i d i n g.


Extending The Prison Terms Of Violent Or Mentally Ill Offenders: Constitutional And Social Issues, Senate Judiciary Committee Dec 1984

Extending The Prison Terms Of Violent Or Mentally Ill Offenders: Constitutional And Social Issues, Senate Judiciary Committee

California Senate

No abstract provided.


Remarks, Presentation Of 1984 Award To Frank Rich, National Conference Of Christians & Jews, Roger J. Miner '56 Dec 1984

Remarks, Presentation Of 1984 Award To Frank Rich, National Conference Of Christians & Jews, Roger J. Miner '56

Tributes & Testimonials

No abstract provided.


The Record - Vol. 12, Issue 16, Iit Chicago-Kent College Of Law Dec 1984

The Record - Vol. 12, Issue 16, Iit Chicago-Kent College Of Law

The Record

Chicago-Kent College of Law newsletter. Topics covered include: announcements and notices, events, information for specific students, job postings, internship opportunities, scholarships, financial aid, information about societies and other organizations, and career advice.


Post-Mortem Estate Planning, Malcolm A. Moore Dec 1984

Post-Mortem Estate Planning, Malcolm A. Moore

William & Mary Annual Tax Conference

No abstract provided.


Tax Shelters: The New Compliance Environment, D. French Slaughter Iii Dec 1984

Tax Shelters: The New Compliance Environment, D. French Slaughter Iii

William & Mary Annual Tax Conference

No abstract provided.


Death Or Retirement Of A Partner, Stefan F. Tucker Dec 1984

Death Or Retirement Of A Partner, Stefan F. Tucker

William & Mary Annual Tax Conference

No abstract provided.


Violence In College Students' Dating Relationships, Carol K. Sigelman, Carol E. Jordan-Berry, Katharine A. Wiles Dec 1984

Violence In College Students' Dating Relationships, Carol K. Sigelman, Carol E. Jordan-Berry, Katharine A. Wiles

Office for Policy Studies on Violence Against Women Publications

In a survey of 504 college students examining predictors of violence in heterosexual relationships, over half of both men and women had committed at least one physically violent act. Modest associations between physical violence and sexual aggression were uncovered. In a series of discriminant analyses, men who abused their partners were not readily distinguished from men who did not, but tended to by young, low in family income, traditional in attitudes toward women, abused as children, currently living with a women, and from Appalachian areas.


Selected Current Developments In Subchapter C, Donald V. Moorehead Dec 1984

Selected Current Developments In Subchapter C, Donald V. Moorehead

William & Mary Annual Tax Conference

No abstract provided.


Interest Free Loans, Waller H. Horsley Dec 1984

Interest Free Loans, Waller H. Horsley

William & Mary Annual Tax Conference

No abstract provided.


Cafeteria Plans In Transition, Leon E. Irish Dec 1984

Cafeteria Plans In Transition, Leon E. Irish

William & Mary Annual Tax Conference

No abstract provided.


The Price Of Equality, Drucilla Stender Ramey Dec 1984

The Price Of Equality, Drucilla Stender Ramey

Publications

No abstract provided.


Take My Case - Please, Myron Moskovitz Dec 1984

Take My Case - Please, Myron Moskovitz

Publications

No abstract provided.


Hunger Strikes And The State's Right To "Force Feed": Recent Australian Experience, Mark Findlay Dec 1984

Hunger Strikes And The State's Right To "Force Feed": Recent Australian Experience, Mark Findlay

Research Collection School Of Law

Whether or not it is the nature of the protest itself which makes it unsuitable for resolution in a court-room situation, the case law relating to "hunger strikes" (and State's response) is both sparse and insignificant. Perhaps on the basis of its uniqueness alone, the case of Schneidas v. Corrective Services Commission(New South Wales) and Others should be of particular interest to jurists on both sides of the Irish border.


Federal Courts Are Becoming Reluctant To Take The Lead In Civil Rights Reform, Neal Devins Nov 1984

Federal Courts Are Becoming Reluctant To Take The Lead In Civil Rights Reform, Neal Devins

Popular Media

No abstract provided.


Vol. 33, No. 10, November 28, 1984, University Of Michigan Law School Nov 1984

Vol. 33, No. 10, November 28, 1984, University Of Michigan Law School

Res Gestae

•Profs: Ax Summer Term •Sandalow Pulls Down Six Figures Annually •Polarization Politics: Whose Side are You On? •Lodahl Just Disgruntled Over Democratic Outcome •2, 4, 6, 8, Come on, Let's Evaluate •The Comparable Worth Debate: A Recipe for Economic Disaster •Peer Schools Aid Repayment •'Alternative' Careers Explored •HLSA Proposes Office Plan •Law Students to Stage Play •Crossword •'Choose Me' Short on Quality Options •Save a Suit, Draft a Lawyer •Notices •The UPI's Bottom Five List •Law in the Raw


The Record - Vol. 12, Issue 15, Iit Chicago-Kent College Of Law Nov 1984

The Record - Vol. 12, Issue 15, Iit Chicago-Kent College Of Law

The Record

Chicago-Kent College of Law newsletter. Topics covered include: announcements and notices, events, information for specific students, job postings, internship opportunities, scholarships, financial aid, information about societies and other organizations, and career advice.


The Seaward Boundary Cases, Robert H. Abrams Nov 1984

The Seaward Boundary Cases, Robert H. Abrams

Journal Publications

No abstract provided.


The Record - Vol. 12, Issue 14, Iit Chicago-Kent College Of Law Nov 1984

The Record - Vol. 12, Issue 14, Iit Chicago-Kent College Of Law

The Record

Chicago-Kent College of Law newsletter. Topics covered include: announcements and notices, events, information for specific students, job postings, internship opportunities, scholarships, financial aid, information about societies and other organizations, and career advice.


Vol. 33, No. 9, November 14, 1984, University Of Michigan Law School Nov 1984

Vol. 33, No. 9, November 14, 1984, University Of Michigan Law School

Res Gestae

•Debts Hurting Public Interest? •Oil Sheik to Author Yearbook Article •Shapiro Discusses Oral Argument •Reflection on the Election: Is the Great Society Dead? •Get Committed •Eklund: Share Office Space, or Lose It •New Limo Service Begins Airport Price War •Dry Up, Aristocrats •Playoff-Bound Law Gold Stomps Shoes •Group to Discuss Loan Plan •Law in the Raw


The Record - Vol. 12, Issue 13, Iit Chicago-Kent College Of Law Nov 1984

The Record - Vol. 12, Issue 13, Iit Chicago-Kent College Of Law

The Record

Chicago-Kent College of Law newsletter. Topics covered include: announcements and notices, events, information for specific students, job postings, internship opportunities, scholarships, financial aid, information about societies and other organizations, and career advice.


N.H. Bar's Residency Requirement Faces A Constitutional Challenge, Neal Devins Nov 1984

N.H. Bar's Residency Requirement Faces A Constitutional Challenge, Neal Devins

Popular Media

No abstract provided.


[Reply Comments For The Nba And Naacp], J. Clay Smith Jr. Nov 1984

[Reply Comments For The Nba And Naacp], J. Clay Smith Jr.

Selected Speeches

No abstract provided.


Vol. 33, No. 8, November 7, 1984, University Of Michigan Law School Nov 1984

Vol. 33, No. 8, November 7, 1984, University Of Michigan Law School

Res Gestae

•Eklund: RG, LSSS Will Keep Offices •Report Tried 11th Hour Reagan Busting •Kopel Doesn't Equate Democracy and Capitalism •Move Over •Kamisar Willing to Teach First Years to Shepardize •Pub Naming Contest Attracts Bad Puns •Students Start New Review •Notices •Kroger Workers Gave a Union Lesson •No Date Yet for Picozzi Hearing •Law Club Mealtimes Become Bridgetime •Trial Practice Set for Vacation •22 File Moot Court Briefs •Crossword •Surrealism Comes to Ann Arbor •My Kingdom for a Magazine •Law in the Raw


The Record - Vol. 12, Issue 12, Iit Chicago-Kent College Of Law Nov 1984

The Record - Vol. 12, Issue 12, Iit Chicago-Kent College Of Law

The Record

Chicago-Kent College of Law newsletter. Topics covered include: announcements and notices, events, information for specific students, job postings, internship opportunities, scholarships, financial aid, information about societies and other organizations, and career advice.


Beyond The Courtroom: A Comparative Analysis Of Misdemeanor Sentencing, Us Department Of Justice, Anthony J. Ragona, John Paul Ryan Nov 1984

Beyond The Courtroom: A Comparative Analysis Of Misdemeanor Sentencing, Us Department Of Justice, Anthony J. Ragona, John Paul Ryan

National Institute of Justice Office of Justice Programs

Misdemeanor courts have been infrequently studied, despite their central importance in law enforcement and social control. More than 9096 of all criminal cases are heard by misdemeanor courts, thereby providing most of the general public with its only view of the criminal process. Our study of four misdemeanor courts--Austin, Texas; Columbus, Ohio; Mankato, Minnesota; and Tacoma, Washington--is an attempt to compare the sentences imposed, the processes leading to sentencing, and the influence of the local political and economic environments surrounding the four courts. An eclectic methodological approach was utilized, including collection of data from random samples of individual defendant case ...


The Other Deficit: A Review Of International Trade In California And The U.S., Senate Office Of Research Nov 1984

The Other Deficit: A Review Of International Trade In California And The U.S., Senate Office Of Research

California Senate

No abstract provided.


Protection Of Biodiversity Under The Public Trust Doctrine, Ralph W. Johnson, William C. Galloway Nov 1984

Protection Of Biodiversity Under The Public Trust Doctrine, Ralph W. Johnson, William C. Galloway

Articles

The public trust doctrine is an ancient Roman legal doctrine that has been applied in both England and the Umted States. The doctrine traditionally addressed questions of public access to and use of commercially navigable waters for navigation, fisheries and various other uses of the underlying seabeds, lake bottoms, and riverbeds. In recent years, the public trust doctrine has been invoked to protect birds and other wildlife, water quality, ecological and environmental values, and different types of recreation. Although no public trust case has applied the doctrine to protect biodiversity per se, it seems clear by analogy to existing case ...


Vol. 8, No. 2 (November 1984) Nov 1984

Vol. 8, No. 2 (November 1984)

Exordium

No abstract provided.


In Re Certain Alkaline Batteries_Representing Duracell, Jonathan Baker Nov 1984

In Re Certain Alkaline Batteries_Representing Duracell, Jonathan Baker

Congressional and Other Testimony

Litigation work: United States International Trade Commission Investigation No. 337-TA-165