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Group heads to Tallahassee to support law to seal juvenile criminal records
Around 100 people will head to Tallahassee, Tuesday morning to make their voices heard in support of legislation that would wipe the criminal records of juveniles who commit non-violent misdemeanors.
14 April 2015 am30 7:59 am

DAP lawmaker calls for bipartisan committee on criminal law amendments
A DAP lawmaker today urged Putrajaya to set up a bipartisan parliamentary committee to study Criminal Procedure Code (CPC) amendments that were deferred after MPs from both sides of the divide said they were too draconian during the parliamentary sitting last week. DAP`s Ipoh Barat MP M. Kula Segaran also said there was a need to establish a...
14 April 2015 am30 5:49 am

Texas Tech School of Law hosting annual criminal law symposium; wine, cheese provided
The Texas Tech University School of Law will focus on issues surrounding the Fourth Amendment during the Ninth Annual Criminal Law Symposium at 9 a.m. Friday in the Mark and Becky Lanier Auditorium. Presented by the Texas Tech Law Review, the symposium theme is “The Fourth Amendment in the 21st Century”. It will look at the constitutional amendment dealing with illegal searches and seizures and ...
13 April 2015 pm30 1:36 pm

Los Angeles Attorney Arash Hashemi to Serve as Moderator of Criminal Law MCLE on May 7, 2015.
Arash Hashemi Will Serve As Moderator of Criminal MCLE Presented by the Iranian American Lawyers Association and the L.A. Law Library (PRWeb April 13, 2015) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2015/03/prweb12582125.htm
13 April 2015 am30 3:03 am

If Kelantan enforces Syariah criminal law: 'Renegotiate Constitution' call
Kota Kinabalu: The Civil Society Organisations of Sabah and Sarawak have called on the Federal Government to renegotiate the Federal Constitution if PAS-ruled Kelantan insists on enforcing the Syariah Criminal Code II (1993) 2015.
9 April 2015 am30 12:34 am

Call for free expression - not "patchwork of criminal law"
CAMPAIGNERS have hit out at “bizarre” new criminal offences being created after councils banned activities taking place in public spaces.
1 April 2015 am30 9:25 am

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