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As a general rule, accused persons on trial in Anglo–North American criminal legal systems are not allowed to introduce into evidence exculpatory statements they have made out of court. There is no coherent rationale for this rule, which is difficult to defend as a matter of principle and...
The development of online social spaces such as YouTube, MySpace, and Second Life has created new opportunities for their users to behave toward others in a way that would amount to offenses such as harassment if conducted offline. It has also enabled users to create online personae that are...
This article reflects on District of Columbia v. Heller and proposes a new footing and limit to the right to bear arms: a person's inalienable right to selfdefense. Self-defense is a natural right embedded in personhood and is antecedent to the social contract that sets up a state. This right...
The aim of this paper is first to focus on analyzing the existing judicial authorities on the matter of transferred malice and the transfer of defenses as well as the academic commentary, firstly within English law and secondly in comparative law research. It will then try to address the...
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