Suitably deployed, Black's theory permits one to explain a great deal of the behavior of the appeals process in law faculties in terms which connect that process with all other legal phenomena.
The. family viewing policy was the culmination of years of mounting con-cern about the potential harmful effects which the viewing of violent programs may have on children.
To mandate a total surrender to the dictates of Anglo-American society would obviously be a self-defeating policy. Indeed, it may be that injustice will always have to be suffered by the Indian in order to remain distinct.
Argues that indigent defendants sentenced to death should be provided counsel until execution or commutation of the sentence.
As long as authority remains divided between the Department of State andthe Department of Justice, it is almost inevitable that perceived imperatives of foreign policy and restricted immigration will take precedence over humanitarian considerations.