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Summary : Turgen, a shepherd in northeastern Siberia, defends the wild mountain rams and befriends a widow and her children.
Summary : Tyne is 6' 6", a basketball player who can handle living in the Zoo, a notorious 25 story housing project in Toronto, where her sweet dad's the super. Basketball could be her ticket out; nut meanwhile, she often helps Dad on his jobs in zoo. When cleaning up a flood in the basement warren of corridors and locked rooms, Tyne explores a crack in a wall. she dicovers a butchered body- a girl her age,sealed up in the wall years ago. Who is she? And who put her there? Hours later, the body has disappeared. Tyne and her boyfriend Stick are determined to solve this grisly murder. Their tense detective work takes them into dark places, and forces Tyne to ask some terrifying questions about her own family, and its past.
Summary : John Hidens pioneering biography of this courageous man who battled against the rising tide of both Baltic and German nationalism opens up a little-explored chapter of European history in the first half of the 20th century, in a region today seen once more as the litmus test of the new Europe.
Summary : "A history of the Defender Association of Philadelphia, from a two-lawyer volunteer office to an integral part of Philadelphia's court and prison system. Each era finds new challenges as the burdens on the justice system expand and the Defender remakes itself to rigorously defend the indigent people of Philadelphia"--
Summary : This is a print on demand edition of a hard to find publication. Examines offices that provide representation for indigent defendants through a salaried staff of full-time or part-time attorneys employed as direct gov¿t. employees or through a public, nonprofit org. Public defender (PD) offices are categorized according to whether they are funded and admin. at the state gov¿t. level, the county level, or through a combination of state and county gov¿t. Topics include PD office staffing, caseloads, expenditures, and standards and guidelines used by the nearly 1,000 PD offices across 49 states and the D.C. In 2007, 964 PD offices across the nation received nearly 6 million indigent defense cases. Misdemeanor cases accounted for about 40% of all cases received by PD offices. Extensive charts and tables.
Summary : Defender of the Faith offers a reinterpretation of William Jennings Bryan in his last years as an unchanging Progressive whose roots were deeply embedded in agrarian populism. It changes the standard picture of Bryan in his final years as that of a crusader for social and economic reform sadly transformed into a reactionary champion of anachronistic rural evangelism, cheap moralistic panaceas, and Florida real estate. He pleaded for for progressive labor laws, liberal taxes, government aid to farmers, public ownership of railroads, telegraphs, and telephones, federal development of water resources, minimum wages for labor, and other advanced causes.
Summary : A study in the history of exegesis, this text examines Martin Luther's interpretation of the stories of the women of Genesis, evaluating his understanding of male/female relations as well as his appropriation of Christian hagiographical traditions of biblical interpretation.
Summary : After rescuing Chloe Nelson from the shark-infested Mediterranean after her boat goes down in flames, test pilot Jimmy Gage is forced to take her with him on a dangerous mission to Istanbul where he cannot let his growing attraction to her distract him. Original.
Summary : Over 4,000 total pages ... Manuals included: CUTTERBOAT–LARGE (CB-L) OPERATOR’S HANDBOOK SPECIAL PURPOSE CRAFTSHALLOW WATER (SPC-SW) OPERATOR’S HANDBOOK 45FT RESPONSE BOAT-MEDIUM (RB-M) OPERATOR’S HANDBOOK SPECIAL PURPOSE CRAFT – LAW ENFORCEMENT BOAT OPERATOR’S HANDBOOK CUTTERBOAT – OVER THE HORIZON (CB-OTH) MK III OPERATOR’S HANDBOOK DEFENDER CLASS OPERATOR’S HANDBOOK U.S. Coast Guard Boat Operations and Training (BOAT) Manual Volume I and II Boat Forces Operations Personnel Qualification Standard NON-STANDARD BOAT OPERATOR'S HANDBOOK 49' BUOY UTILITY STERN LOADING (BUSL) BOAT OPERATOR'S HANDBOOK MULTISERVICE HELICOPTER SLING LOAD: DUAL-POINT LOAD RIGGING PROCEDURES Multiservice Helicopter Sling Load: Basic Operations And Equipment
Summary : Nothing ever goes Raymond Scott’s way, and it seems that everything that can go wrong with him does. But he must go on—even though anger often consumes him with such ferocity that he fears a beast is emerging. Raymond must be his own defender. With the help of his court-ordered sessions with psychiatrist Dr. Swatlosky, Raymond attempts to dissect all the reasons why he loses control on so many occasions—including the most recent incident, in which he assaulted a police officer who pulled him over. Raymond’s biggest fear is that he will be committed, so he carefully screens everything he admits to his psychiatrist. But the beast that lives within him is telling him something else—to kill, mutilate, and destroy his adversaries. Now Raymond must decide if Dr. Swatlosky is a friend or foe and whether the drugs prescribed for him are causing more harm than good. Raymond knows the whole world is watching his every move—listening, judging, and mocking him. But Raymond has no idea he is about to receive the shock of a lifetime. And no one is left to protect him, but him. BOOK TRAILER VIDEOS http://dl.dropbox.com/u/7740505/349236%20trailer.zip> http://youtube.com/watch?v=-nYa37hB_4s>
Summary : This report presents the findings of the independent evaluation of the Public Defender Service based on an evaluation of its work over the first three years of its existence, between 2001 and 2004. Chapter 1 sets out the policy background to the establishment of the PDS. Chapter 2 presents findings relating to the background of the clients and complexity of the cases. Chapter 3 compares the way the PDS and private criminal defence firms process cases. Chapter 4 contains findings on the quality of work; Chapter 5 analysis the time spent on cases. Chapter 6 reports on a survey on the effectiveness, quality, and independence of the PDS. Chapter 7 reports on a survey of experiences of working with the PDS.
Summary : This book is composed of two case studies. Each case study evaluates the performance of the attorney serving as the public defender in Duchesne County, Utah in 2007 and 2008. The case studies demonstrate that there are major flaws in the performance of the public defender with respect to very basic areas of expertise that would be expected of any competent public defender. A defendant should expect to have the public defender engage in (a) the effective cross examination of prosecution witnesses on relevant points ,as opposed to concentrating on completely irrelevant issues, (b) calling expert witnesses in order to impeach the veracity and credibility of prosecution witnesses, (c) placing the defendant on the stand so that his/her testimony would serve as a counterweight to the testimony of the prosecution witness(s), and (d) pointing out obvious false testimony made by prosecution witnesses, such as the claim made in case study one made by a certain prosecution witness that she was the mother of the defendant when her age was 37 and the defendants age was 34. It is mathematically impossible for this to be the case. Yet the Duchesne County prosecutor, a Mr. Charles, specifically refers to this person as being the mother of the defendant when examining a county sheriff, who likewise refers to this individual as the mother of the defendant. Such gross incompetence violates the constitutional rights of the defendant to adequate, competent representation.