Louisiana Code of Criminal Procedure 2017

Author: Nicholas M. Graphia

Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform

ISBN: 9781540819543

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Page: 354

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This 2017 edition of the Louisiana Code of Criminal Procedure contains the full text of all articles as amended through the 2016 legislative sessions, in an easy to read font size and user friendly format. Containing a detailed table of contents, this edition is a useful reference book for attorneys, law students, judges, academics, and anyone else interested in learning about Louisiana criminal law.
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Louisiana Code of Criminal Procedure 2019

Author: Nicholas M. Graphia, Esq.

Publisher: Gulf Coast Legal Publishing, LLC

ISBN: 1726708551

Category: Law

Page: 341

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This 2019 edition of the Louisiana Code of Criminal Procedure contains the full text of all articles as amended through the 2018 legislative sessions. Used by attorneys throughout Louisiana, our edition is published with the practitioner in mind. It has text in 12 point font size which reads across the whole page (no dual columns), and does not have unnecessary editorial materials or commentary. With a detailed table of contents, this 2019 edition of the Louisiana Criminal Code is a useful reference book for attorneys and law students.
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Louisiana Criminal Code 2017

Title 14 of the Louisiana Revised Statutes

Author: Nicholas M. Graphia

Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform

ISBN: 9781540816368

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Page: 404

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This 2017 edition of the Louisiana Criminal Code contains the full text of all articles as amended through the 2016 legislative sessions, in an easy to read font size and user friendly format. Containing a detailed table of contents, this edition is a useful reference book for attorneys, law students, judges, academics, and anyone else interested in learning about Louisiana criminal law.
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Louisiana Criminal Code 2018

Title 14 of the Louisiana Revised Statutes

Author: Nicholas Graphia,Gulf Coast Legal Publishing, Llc

Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform

ISBN: 9781979021227

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Page: 392

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This 2018 edition of the Louisiana Criminal Code contains the full text of all articles as amended through the 2017 legislative sessions, in an easy to read font size and user friendly format. Containing a detailed table of contents, this edition is a useful reference book for attorneys, law students, judges, academics, and anyone else interested in learning about Louisiana criminal law.
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Introduction to the Law of Argentina

Author: Ursula Basset

Publisher: Kluwer Law International B.V.

ISBN: 940350370X

Category: Law

Page: 336

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Argentina’s new Civil and Commercial Code Código Civil y Comercial de la Nación has led to the adoption of a number of modern institutions in several branches of law. This book provides a review of them identifying the basic legal sources and concepts of Argentinian law as it stands today. It offers an up-to-date, systematic, and critical rendition of the principal branches of the law and provides the necessary historical background. With twelve chapters written by Argentinian experts in their respective fields of law, this is the ideal starting point for research whenever a question of Argentinian law must be answered. The authors clearly explain the legal customs, provisions, and rules arising in the following areas: - sources and history; – constitutional law; – administrative law; – law of the persons; – legal persons; – family law; – contract law; – law of property; – inheritance law; – criminal law; – procedural law; and – private international law. A detailed bibliography follows each chapter. This concise and practical guide is sure to provide interested parties with a speedy and reliable opening to whatever aspect of Argentinian law they need to research. It will be welcomed by practicing lawyers, business people, government officials, academic researchers, and law stu dents interested in an overview of Argentinian law and institutions.
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The Revised Statute Laws of the State of Louisiana

From the Organization of the Territory to the Year 1869, Inclusive, with the Amendments Thereto, Enacted at the Sessions of the Legislature, Up to and Including the Session of 1876, and References to the Civil Code, the Code of Practice, and the Decisions of the Supreme Court of the State of Louisiana

Author: Albert Voorhies

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: N.A

Category: Law

Page: 1021

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Ownership Paradigms in American Civil Law Jurisdictions

Manifestations of the Shifts in the Legislation of Louisiana, Chile, and Argentina (16th-20th Centuries)

Author: Agustín Parise

Publisher: BRILL

ISBN: 9004338209

Category: Law

Page: 396

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In Ownership Paradigms in American Civil Law Jurisdictions Agustín Parise assists in identifying the transformations experienced in the legislation dealing with ownership in the Americas. He addresses the three ownership paradigms that he claims have developed in the New World.
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In the Shadow of Dred Scott

St. Louis Freedom Suits and the Legal Culture of Slavery in Antebellum America

Author: Kelly Marie Kennington

Publisher: University of Georgia Press

ISBN: 0820345520

Category: Slaves

Page: 288

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"The Dred Scott suit for freedom, argues Kelly M. Kennington, was merely the most famous example of a phenomenon that was more widespread in antebellum American jurisprudence than is generally recognized. The author draws on the case files of more than three hundred enslaved individuals who, like Dred Scott and his family, sued for freedom in the local legal arena of St. Louis. Her findings open new perspectives on the legal culture of slavery and the negotiated processes involved in freedom suits. As a gateway to the American West, a major port on both the Mississippi and Missouri Rivers, and a focal point in the rancorous national debate over slavery's expansion, St. Louis was an ideal place for enslaved individuals to challenge the legal systems and, by extension, the social systems that held them in forced servitude. Kennington offers an in-depth look at how daily interactions, webs of relationships, and arguments presented in court shaped and reshaped legal debates and public attitudes over slavery and freedom in St. Louis. Kennington also surveys more than eight hundred state supreme court freedom suits from around the United States to situate the St. Louis example in a broader context."--Back cover.
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