by Richard C Myers - 2007-02-16
Many golfers judge golf course distances subconsciously. They look at the hole and "feel" the distance. This is not as accurate as consciously computing how far you are from the green. The "feel" can ...
by Bear Brooks - 2007-02-26
1. You have the right to pray to any God if you believe in one. The government will not get in the way unless some anal people get involved. You can say or print any stupid, idiotic thing you want, bu...
by CRIMINAL ATTORNEY - 2007-03-14
So you had a child with a monster. Now what do you do. Take control. How do you that? First, and foremost, take control of your self. Every time you react to something somebody else does, th...
by Eric Hartwell - 2007-03-14
The whole question as to whether criminal trials should be decided upon via a layman jury has come to the fore once again. A case in the U.K. where a young boy died with five times the normal levels ...
by Kedar Joshi - 2007-03-29
The purpose of this work is to discuss whether a criminal solipsist should be acquitted. A solipsist is generally a one who believes that other apparently animate (and also inanimate) entities have no...
by Linda Dipman - 2007-04-08
A beautiful woman can inspire a person to do just about anything. But it is their heart that reveals the character of the person. Beware she can capture you through lies of love. She can be an inst...
by Laura McDonald - 2007-09-25
One of the duties of a paralegal is organizing client files. Law firms keep client documentation in folders in the same basic format, usually with separate sections for correspondence, pleading...
by David Siegel - 2007-10-14
The final date before the Judge in a divorce case is often referred to as the prove-up date. It is where a recitation, including testimony of the petitioner, is presented before the court. It is basic...
by Prof.dr. Ibrahim Khalil - 2007-10-20
The Last verse in chapter (21) of the Old Testament talking about Abraham went to the Philistines' land. The Last verse in chapter (21) of the New Testament talking about the people looked at Jesus as...
by MICHAEL BRESCIANI - 2007-10-26
One of the requirements governing the selection of judges who sat at the gates of ancient Israel's cities was that they had to be at least sixty years old. Most people don't need to make it to six...