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She can ask, but she does not have a right to be excused New York law for jurors does not have an automatic right to be excused because of familial care needs. There is a right to be excused for medical or financial hardship - which you might be able to argue here if, for example, you were at risk of losing your job. There is also a right for automatic ...


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No More generally, government agencies have no duty to protect. In the cases DeShaney vs. Winnebago and Town of Castle Rock vs. Gonzales, the supreme court has ruled that police agencies are not obligated to provide protection of citizens. In other words, police are well within their rights to pick and choose when to intervene to protect the lives and ...


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Web pages are, like all original works, protected by copyright from when they are first created for many years. This is now true in almost every country in the world. You cannot copy and redistribute a copyrighted work without permission. Including a page in an app is a way of copying and redistributing it. Removing the name of the company and not providing ...


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What can he do to instigate this kind of change? One option is to become a Member of Parliament, either for an existing political party or by creating your own. That way, it may be possible to debate the fundamentally flawed law to propose it be repealled and replaced by more appropriate legislation. Here's how in Australia: https://www.aph.gov.au/...


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If the site you are including in your app is copyrighted, it is illegal. However, you could just include a link to the site.


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Some laws exist to enforce moral values, or at least the values that the legislature agreed were good. The answer by Dale M identified some of these. Other law exists to enforce policy choices that cannot really be called 'moral'. For example, whether the tax rate on sales is X% or Y% is not really a moral issue. Whether the notice of the interest rate in ...


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