THE RUSSIAN STATE is under widespread diplomatic and economic sanctions following its invasion of Ukrainian territory since February 24. Russia is also likely to face state responsibility for violations of Public International Lawinternational human rights the law and laws governing the conduct of armed conflict. This article reflects in particularRead More →

Indian Law Institute (ILI), New Delhi, announces in association with the Commonwealth Legal Education Association (CLEA) and technical support from the Menon Institute of Legal Advocacy & Training (MILAT) a Certificate Course on Comparative Constitutional and Public Law CLEA- MILAT from May 4 to August 10, 2022 About the certificateRead More →

While answering a question in Parliament about investigations into the operational strategies of social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, the union’s Home Office said law enforcement (LEA) regularly monitors these sites about their misuse and take the appropriate legal measures. The question was asked to scrutinize theseRead More →

This story was reported by Michael O’Keeffe, Sandra Peddie and David M. Schwartz. It was written by O’Keeffe and Peddie. Suffolk Police Commissioner Rodney Harrison suspended a police union delegate for intervening in the disciplinary case of another cop, law enforcement sources told Newsday, a decision described as unusually difficultRead More →

Justice Minister Sam Tanson and Education Minister Claude Meisch presented quite significant changes to the Grand Duchy’s judicial system on Tuesday afternoon. Luxembourg is taking a further step towards the introduction of criminal law for minors. And thanks to a reform of the law for the protection of children andRead More →

There is no doubt that technology plays a fundamental role in law enforcement today. Advances in cameras, particularly weapon-mounted gun cameras, are revolutionary technology that have proven to be an invaluable tool for capturing critical incidents that occur during police work. Aiming to bring the latest advancements to law enforcement,Read More →

Joe Biden calls Putin a ‘butcher’ after visiting Ukrainian refugees Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has been condemned by the West, with the US, EU and UK subjecting Russia to severe sanctions. Yet Putin’s war continues to rage, with at least two “powerful” explosions hitting the outskirts of Lviv earlier today.Read More →

P&O chief executive Peter Hebblethwaite denied the company breached criminal law by firing 800 workers and told remaining staff they should not fear the same fate as their former colleagues. Nearly 800 sailors were furloughed without notice last week in a move that outraged workers, unions, politicians and customers ofRead More →

The theme for this year’s Patricia A. Whitely Women’s Leadership Symposium is “Unbreakable” and aims to help “participants recognize their self-esteem, resilience, and powerful ability to bring about change on campus and in the community.” great Miami community”. The event, to be held this Friday, March 25, upsets some UMRead More →

The National Anti-Doping Bill which was presented to Parliament last year lacked ‘tough criminal provisions’ as it was supposed to be ‘preventive legislation’ although it authorizes the National Anti-Doping Agency to carry out raids to catch offenders. , said the Ministry of Sports. In a report prepared by a standingRead More →

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The U.S. State Department on Monday confirmed a meeting between U.S. Ambassador John Sullivan and the Russian government, in which Sullivan demanded that Moscow abide by international law and allow consular access to all American citizens detained in Russia. State Department spokesman Ned Price said it wasRead More →

Charlotte, North Carolina – (Saturday, March 19, 2022) – Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department homicide detectives are conducting an assault with a deadly weapon as part of a law enforcement officer’s investigation at 300 N Brevard Street in the Central Division. On Saturday, March 19, 2022, shortly before 1:32 a.m., Central DivisionRead More →

TOKYO (Kyodo) — Foreign Minister Yoshimasa Hayashi and his Turkish counterpart Mevlut Cavusoglu on Saturday condemned Russia’s invasion of Ukraine as a violation of international law which prohibits the use of force and undermines the sovereignty and territorial integrity of this Eastern European country. The ministers agreed to cooperate closelyRead More →

Jennifer A. Beckman, 41, of Elko was arrested March 12, 2022 at 1940 Idaho St. for felony possession of a controlled substance and violation of probation. Whitney N. Cabrera, 35, of Jackpot was arrested on March 12, 2022 at Cactus Pete’s for aggravated misdemeanor destruction of another’s property. Deposit: $2,500Read More →

The Plano-based Center for American and International Law celebrates its 75th anniversary. The non-profit organization is focused on improving the quality of justice through the continuing education of thousands of lawyers and law enforcement professionals nationally and globally. The organization has 4,307 members in 132 countries, according to its website.Read More →

(Left to right) Marathon County Supervisor John Robinson, Wausau Mayor Katie Rosenberg, Josh Kaul, Wisconsin AG, and Governor Tony Evers. CMM photo by Mike Leischner. WAUSAU, WI (WSAU) – Governor Tony Evers visited the state on Tuesday to announce a $50 million investment in local police and criminal justice systems.Read More →

While the world is largely united against Russia’s invasion of UkraineSouth African public figures, including the government, have attempted to downplay the fact that he is, in fact, an invasion. And their frequent calls for negotiation tend to frame the conflict as one in which both sides should be willingRead More →

Ukrainian officials have alleged that the mayor of the Ukrainian city, Melitopol, was kidnapped by Russian forces. As Russian forces regroup near kyiv for a possible assault, Ukrainian officials have claimed that the mayor of the city of Melitopol, Ivan Fedorov, has been kidnapped. Ukrainian officials have claimed that theRead More →

Gavel, with defocused law books behind. He faces nine counts stemming from a clash with Josephine County deputies trying to investigate a double homicide A Josephine County man shot and killed by sheriff’s deputies on Sunday while trying to investigate a double homicide was arraigned in Josephine County Circuit CourtRead More →

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The country united states of americaUS Virgin IslandsU.S. Minor Outlying IslandsCanadaMexico, United Mexican StatesBahamas, Commonwealth ofCuba, Republic ofDominican RepublicHaiti, Republic ofJamaicaAfghanistanAlbania, People’s Socialist Republic ofAlgeria, People’s Democratic Republic ofAmerican SamoaAndorra, Principality ofAngola, Republic ofAnguillaAntarctica (the territory south of 60 degrees S)Antigua and BarbudaArgentina, Argentine RepublicArmeniaArubaAustralia, Commonwealth ofAustria, Republic ofAzerbaijan, RepublicRead More →

Alabama became the latest state to remove license requirements for carrying a concealed weapon in public, as several states debate similar measures this session. Known as “porting without a license” or “constitutional porting” legislation, the bills have been roundly criticized by police and gun control advocates, who argue that removingRead More →

TORONTO: The Canadian Constitution Foundation (CCF) has created a new online course on Canada’s constitution and fundamental freedoms that is available free of charge to members of the public. The course is available at TheCCF.ca/Learn and includes a series of video lectures followed by quizzes. Upon completion, students receive aRead More →

Videos circulating on social media of captured Russian soldiers calling their families and denouncing the invasion of Ukraine could contribute to the violation of international law on how prisoners of war should be treated. “You cannot publish photos of prisoners of war where they can be recognized,” said Marco Sassoli,Read More →