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 Advantages & Disadvantages of Crown Courts?

Answer The crown court system was created by the Courts Act of 1971. It is a court with more power to convict serious offenders compared to the smaller magistrate's court. The crown court deals with serio... Read More »
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Does the crown courts need insurance?

Check the following: 1. Yourself or your attorney review your lease or mortgage regarding property and liability insurance requirements. (Property and Liability Risk Exposures) 2. Review any cont... Read More »
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Do you get charged by military courts or civilian courts for crimes committed on a base?

If you commit a crime on an American military base, you are subject to military law, and will be prosecuted by the military. As a 1971 U.S. Supreme Court case states, "An offense committed by a ser... Read More »
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What are the advantages and disadvantages of first aid?

Disadvantedge: not sanitary. You can get infections easier.
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What Are the Advantages and Disadvantages of Having Your GED?

The General Educational Development (GED) test may be taken by individuals older than 16 years of age who have not graduated from high school or been enrolled in high school. GED prospects must pas... Read More »
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