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Amazines Free Law Article Archive for December 2009

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1. Ghaziabad Changing Room Incident Shines Spotlight On Video Voyeurism
December 18, 2009

Neeraj Aarora: AICWA, LLB, PGD (Cyber & DLTA), CFE (USA) The arrest of famous store room owner at Ghaziabad for allegedly planting secret camera to make clippings of the female customer while using the trial room has shown adverse impact upon our concept of privacy. The peeping cameras are becoming technologically advanced, tiny and easily available at cheaper prices. They can be planted secretly with ease and its pervasive application has contributed to the growing fascination for younger generation obsession with voyeurism. The Ghaziabad incident is not an unprecedented act and various ... (read more)

Author: Neeraj Aarora | Article Views: 333

2. Delhi High Court seeks opinion from Attorney General over sovereign immunity
December 18, 2009

Neeraj Aarora: AICWA, LLB, PGD (Cyber & DLTA), CFE (USA) The Delhi High Court on the plea of sovereign immunity raised by the state has asked for the opinion of the Attorney General as to in how many cases, the state has taken or raised the plea of “sovereign immunity” in which state claim immunity for its tortious acts and denies compensation to the aggrieved party. It would be pertinent to mention that the doctrine of sovereign immunity is based on the Common Law principle borrowed from the British Jurisprudence that the King commits no wrong and that he cannot be guilty of personal neg... (read more)

Author: Neeraj Aarora | Article Views: 242

3. New York Law Requires That Contractors Take Precautions Against Fire with Specific Steps
December 18, 2009

According to the United States Fire Administration (“USFA”), in 2005 there were 10 fire deaths per million people in New York State. Last year, fire killed more Americans than all natural disasters combined. (Source; USFA: Fire Statistics 2007). The New York City Fire Department reports that the five boroughs of New York City had over 28,000 fires last year. Perhaps unsurprisingly, the vast majority of fire deaths occurred in residences. Although there are many causes of home fires, this article will discuss fire prevention in the home during renovation and/or repair by contractors. I... (read more)

Author: Adam Smith | Article Views: 238

4. Do You Know What DUI/DWI Charges Are In Texas?
December 16, 2009

If you are facing DUI charges, you may need help. Every State has its own DUI laws to help people in the proceedings. DWI cases are not isolated. Everywhere, there are felony cases being heard in the court. In Texas, first time DUI arrests fall under class B misdemeanor. If you are one of them, you may need to serve time from 72 hours to 6 days. You may also have to pay a DUI fine, which should not exceed $2,000, depending on the degree of DWI cases. The good thing about first offense is not having your car impounded. However, you need to complete a 12 hour DUI class, which you shoul... (read more)

Author: Rudy Silva | Article Views: 323

5. Auto Accident Injury Attorneys
December 16, 2009

When an auto accident has occurred in Illinois, time is of the essence. A knowledgeable Illinois injury attorney should be immediately contacted to ensure that the injured person’s rights are promptly protected. It may be necessary to take witness statements, take photographs of the accident scene, or preserve accident evidence before it is destroyed. An Illinois injury attorney with this type of experience helping injured victims across Illinois is vital to receiving proper legal representation. Such injury attorneys will generally advance all legal costs and will not charge an attorney fee ... (read more)

Author: Robert Brown | Article Views: 199

6. Prescription drug and Medication Malpractice Lawyers
December 16, 2009

In a single year, prescription mistakes resulted in over 100,000 patients being given the wrong medication and many thousands of people dying as a result of such serious errors. Prescription errors are one of the most common medical mistakes that occur in pharmacies, hospitals, doctor's offices, and nursing homes across the country. When a medical professional fails to ensure that the patient receives the correct dosage of the correct medication, they may be held liable for any resulting damages that are caused by such medical negligence. Some of the most common types of medication errors ... (read more)

Author: David Robinson | Article Views: 203

7. Speeding Tickets - Fight the Ticket and Save Your Hard Earned Money
December 14, 2009

Lots of people, from time to time end up being pulled over for speeding. Speeding tickets are part of driving on the roads and can be handed over for variety of reasons. Have you ever pondered upon the cost of speeding ticket price? The cost of the speeding tickets depends upon various factors which include your location, your speed, the particular speed zone you were driving through, and the character of the cop who picked you up. The speeding tickets don’t come cheaper than $87 apiece, and that's for a relatively minor infraction. If you go over 10-15 mph above the speed limit, you can be s... (read more)

Author: Naveen Sharma | Article Views: 186

8. Stenographers -a profession you should take note of
December 14, 2009

If you’re ever in a court room, chances are you’ll see a stenographer. Stenographers are professionals who use a stenotype machine to write down the essence of what happens in courtroom proceedings – which can include: testimonies, sentences, comments, etc. They use a stenotype machine to document and on average can write 200 words or more a minute. Stenographer’s equipment A stenotype, a machine used by stenographers is similar to a typewriter but looks a lot like a piano. A stenographer utilizes this machine by pressing multiple keys at the same time to form words and syllables in one s... (read more)

Author: Avinash Smith | Article Views: 185

9. Get the facts about court reporting and transcription for arbitration
December 14, 2009

When settling a dispute outside the courtroom, transcription can be beneficial. Transcription is a process where a record of events (either written or audio) is formulated to ensure validity. Even though arbitration proceedings occur outside the courtroom, you can feel secure knowing you can still retain a legal record of your proceedings. Arbitration is a method in which a dispute is presented to one or more arbitrators who conclude a binding decision on the dispute. Arbitration usually is for those who wish to resolve a dispute out of court. Trust the professionals at Neeson and ... (read more)

Author: Avinash Smith | Article Views: 214

10. Transcription and court reporting in realtime with Neeson and Associates
December 14, 2009

Realtime court reporting is a process whereby a trained court reporter, using a steno machine, notebook computer and realtime software, provides instant word-for-word speech-to-text translation for display. When the software was initially developed, the only person who could benefit from the realtime display was the court reporter; there was no ability for others to view the text. But today, a whole host of options and uses are available. Neeson and Associates, a court reporting firm in Toronto, Ontario offers transcription services in a variety of mediums. Realtime in the litigation set... (read more)

Author: Avinash Smith | Article Views: 186

11. How to Select the Right Lawyers
December 14, 2009

Selecting a lawyer who can get you out of the stress is indeed a painstaking task. How to locate the best lawyer? Is there any indicator to that effect? The stress you already have added to the headache of fixing the efficient lawyer will make you lose sleep. You have to find out an experienced and seasoned lawyer to present your case. There are many lawyers who are adept in their own chosen streams. A lawyer who is an expert in one area may be an average in another discipline. Your attorney should know the nuances and intricacies of the law which pertains to your problem. A compensation... (read more)

Author: Sabrina Jose | Article Views: 148

12. Consult Minnesota Criminal Lawyer When Facing Criminal Charges
December 14, 2009

If you or a loved one is being investigated or has been charged with a crime, you need to immediately consult with a Minneapolis Criminal Lawyer. One has extremely important constitutional rights that need protecting from the initial start of any criminal investigation or criminal procedures. It is these rights that form the foundation of our legal system and are in place to protect those accused of crimes. Therefore, it is imperative to hire the services of a criminal attorney very early on in the process. Obviously, there is going to be anxiety and stress for any individual thrown int... (read more)

Author: Naveen Sharma | Article Views: 170

13. How to Find Dui Checkpoints
December 14, 2009

Driving under the influence (DUI) is generally a crime in most places in the world. This is the very reason why a lot of DUI checkpoints are sprouting like mushrooms in any place they wish. Though this is a good sign of giving authority to the law, it is becoming the opposite sign for a lot of violators. They need to have access to all possible tools just to know where these checkpoints are. This is to ensure that they will not fall in the arms of the authority, who will only give them problems like questioning, testing, paying of fines, and to as much as serving in jail. With this desper... (read more)

Author: Paul Taylor King | Article Views: 151


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