As mentioned as above, under rule of law everyone shall be fair and equal in front of law. One of the important element In Raz’s principle is the independence of judiciary has to be guaranteed. This showing the judicial independence is the fundamental structure of the idea rule of law. In case M v Home office, it implies that even though the individuals representing the executive, the courts still have power to grant remedies against a minister in his office capacity. The courts are armed with coercive powers exercisable in proceedings for contempt of
Its demerits is that the accused does not help the police during investigations hence the prosecutor has the mandate to look for evidence to submit in the court hence the police must work on his own strength against the accused. Too much insistence upon procedure some time may lead to acquittal of the accused and impunity on the offence. The judge in the court as an umpire is a misleading conception since one only judges according to the evidence submitted in court.
The Right to Life In my essay I will talk about 'The Right to Life" as it is a right which thoroughly interests me as it is quite controversial. There are many disagreements when it comes to this right particularly with the parameters of life i.e. when life begins and ends. Furthermore, I find it interesting that states must take all the reasonable steps to ensure the right to life is protected within their jurisdiction and must protect life by enacting criminal legislation which punishes those who deprive other of their right to life. I will inform you on the background of the United Nations and the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights with emphasis on Articles on 'The Right to Life".
looks at how it ultimately affects society and targeted groups. There are a myriad of arguments for and against the allowance of hate speech. Some citing Democracy and the first amendment others stem from the fear of eroded freedoms of expression and have valid points, but ultimately, it corrodes society’s human rights and freedoms. The two fold issue being intolerance of the freedom of self-determination and the fact that some are born a color or culture and have no choice. Therefore, hate speech is anti-social and damaging to society as a whole.
They are trying to control our minds at all, so they are giving us and tell us “this is all for you”! Psychological warfare has been winched against America for much of the century. This war for the mind of the public has been facilitated by the emergence of the mass media such as the television the internet and the video games etc.. Illuminati have a lot of signs or it’s all about signs and secrets in a secret society. Their aim is empowerment and corruption, it is everywhere from the music we listen, to the videos we watch, the films and media. They have so many messages and their messages are everywhere, they deliver them to us by songs, videos,
a) Fair, just and reasonable procedure implicit in Article 21 of the Constitution creates a right in the accused to be tried speedily. Right to speedy trial is the right of the accused. The fact that a speedy trial is also in public interest or that it serves the social interest also, does not make it any the less the right of the accused. It is in the interest of all concerned that the guilt or innocence of the accused is determined as quickly as possible in the circumstances. b) Right to speedy trial flowing from Article 21, encompasses all the stages, namely, the stage of investigation, inquiry, trial, appeal, revision and retrial.
Consequently leading to false accusation of the Arabs not just causing hatred and violence, but also causing deep fear to those affected by such accusations. The media rarely portrays equality, “The absence of positive media images nurtures suspicion and stereotype” (Jack Shaheen, 1984). Media is the axes around which our lives have come to revolve around. Media, through all its different forms, in some way or another affects every being. There is no real reason why Arabs have always been the target of media.
INTRODUCTION It is the most common perception of people to prosecute and punish those who commit war crimes or atrocities against humanity, nonetheless they should be given a fair trial. A fair trial, free from judicial bias and political pressures is a legal right. The fairness is not only the prerogative of the victims but also the accused for it is an important component of the mandate to the International Court of Justice. To interpret fairness one requires a more holistic concept not just limiting to judicial proceeding but one that effectively helps parties realise their rights under the Rome Statute. The concept of fairness in international criminal law is derived from its predecessor, international human rights law.
The fact that people can read this essay is despicable. The attempt to read should get anyone who tries arrested. Those statements are ridiculous. Everyone should be allowed the opportunity to gain the knowledge in written works. It is hard to imagine a future in which books and other media are illegal but, in Ray Bradbury’s Fahrenheit 451, that is exactly the case.
The access to information has given the media the impetus to dig out stories about corruption in Nigeria. The relevance of information is paramount in this fight by the media. The World Bank states that the media is entrusted with a crucial role in presenting an environment that will check corruption and fraud as the press is a powerful means of checking corruption in society. (PREM networks, 1997).This condition is well known in Nigeria. The advent of the new media has also opened a new vista for an all to fight corruption through citizen journalism in the common space.