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The DoJ is the USA Or, more precisely, the attorney general (the head of the DoJ) is the member of the cabinet that represents the United States Government in legal matters. The US government is a legal person and can sue and be sued (subject to sovereign immunity), just like any other person. When they do, the attorney general through the department of ...


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germany In Germany, the exact rules depend on the Land (state), as education is regulated by them. However, the rules mostly seem to boil down to: "Confiscation is allowed to enforce discipline, but things must be returned as soon as practical." For example, In North Rhine-Westphalia the relevant law says: (2) Zu den erzieherischen Einwirkungen ...


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According to regulation 373/1974 § 4(4) (which I presume is still in force due being amended in 2020), confiscated items must be returned by the end of Unterricht (unsure of exact translation, either end of class or school day): Gegenstände, die die Sicherheit gefährden oder den Schulbetrieb stören, dürfen vom Schüler nicht mitgebracht werden. Derartige ...


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(if it can be entered as evidence) how much weight the jury should place on it? None. The "commentary saying that the jury got it wrong" reflects that neither existence nor the sense of the verdict is disputed, whence it would be unavailing for Doe to use the verdict as evidence that he was defamed. For the verdict to be material to Doe's claim of ...


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Taking legal action is not as effective as making a polite request for a refund, but there is a simple legal question that underlies your problem. It is possible, but not certain, that they breached their contract with you. If so, they have to make you whole, either through a refund or a replacement, or some clever third option. Before the court will get ...


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