Description : The world's last known thinkers are back in the third installment of Case Lane's gripping next century cyber thriller series, Life Online. The world's most hated man walks out of a U.S. federal prison and disappears. The omnipresent global surveillance cyber Network designed to keep him imprisoned...thinks he is supposed to be free. Humans will have to use last century tactics in a next century world to stop a horrific tragedy. Will the world be able to respond before it's too late? In an earth crossing investigation, global intelligence agents and a cohort of rogue technologists struggle to find common ground in the deadly chase to stop a determined criminal from unleashing the next level of cyber terrorism against a shocked and paralyzed world. Global Cyber Security diplomat Kadie Laltanca and her experienced team at Special Command chase clues from exotic Morocco to southern Italy to the shores of the Black Sea - confronting uncooperative colleagues, hostile locals and criminal technologists aligning on either side of the war for humanity's soul. Will they discover his victims before he can unleash his plan? Or this time, is technology out of the game? The Probable Cause is Book Three in the Life Online book series of speculative science fiction technothrillers. Challenge your convictions about the parameters for right and wrong with this future fiction novel about one man's ability to galvanize thousands to join his hate movement, while using the most advanced technology tools of the next century to execute an ancient revenge. Exciting bonus content just inside the front cover: Listen to the FREE Prologue Podcast - a news report from the future - and feel the chill of Rafer Acton's deadly revenge before you get to the first page...
Description : First published in 1935, this book contains an overview of a number of cases that established important precedents in English and early American criminal law. The topics covered include the general principles of criminal liability, the definition of crimes such as manslaughter, forgery and suicide, and the various modes of legal proof.
Description : This essential resource provides students with an introduction to the rules and principles of criminal procedure law. This text uses a case study approach to help students develop the analytical skills necessary to understand the origins, context, and evolutions of the law; concentrates on US Supreme Court decisions interpreting both state and federal constitutions; and introduces students to the reference materials and strategies used for basic legal research.
Description : "'The Modern Law of Evidence' is ... for students studying the contemporary law of evidence. It examines the theory behind the law of evidence as well as its practical application, with emphasis on current debates."--Résumé de l'éditeur.
Description : This book is designed especially for use in Hong Kong to teach the basic skills of finding legal materials, both printed and computer-based ones. Its objective is to help students explore the range of materials which they will use in the course of their legal education, and thereafter in the practice of law.
Description : This book offers critical analysis for jury instructions in the United States. Supported by court decisions, careful interpretation of the United States Constitution, and jurist's arguments, Hisham M. Ramadan thoroughly examines the mental elements in crime, the burden of proof in criminal trials, and the doctrine of reasonableness.
Description : This book analyzes theories of liability and provides in-depth discussion of: RICO; planning, budgeting and monitoring litigation from the perspective of inside counsel and more.