Author Archives : Jill Martin

What is Fraud?

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EFFECTS OF FRAUD ON THE VALIDITY OF CONTRACT OR REMEDIES The injured can rescind the contract, but it must be done within a reasonable lime. 4. ACT UPON CONTRACT The second option is that the defrauded party may act upon the contract and may ask the other party to fiilfil [he Terms and conditions of the contract 3. SUIT FOR DAMAGES The third…

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How To Fight Federal Drug Trafficking Charges

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If you have been accused of federal drug trafficking charges, you know that you are going to be facing an uphill battle to get those charges eliminated or even reduced. The federal government takes drug charges of all kinds extremely seriously, but they are even more serious about drug trafficking charges in Oklahoma. Typically, states will work with federal agencies…

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Serious Animal Cruelty Under the Crimes Act (NSW)

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Jacob Vanderschoot became the first person to be convicted of serious animal cruelty at the Local Court, in Mt. Druitt, NSW. Vanderschoot used a boning knife to cut the dog Bouncer’s throat and left him lying in his front yard for hours[1]. For this act, Vanderschoot received no jail time and was instead sentenced to a 12 month intensive corrective…

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ACT Ban Factory Farming but How will it be Enforced

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This week the Australian Capital Territory (ACT) passed legislation to prohibit the use of battery cages and sow stalls[1]. This is a step forward for animal protection and been hailed as a victory by animal advocacy groups such as Voiceless and Animals Australia. Under s9A of the Animal Welfare (Factory Farming) Amendment Bill 2013 it is an offence for a person to…

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