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Connection with EU Laws Law Assignment
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Another option would be to bring an action under Article 288 and the Society would have to establish the requirements discussed in section a) above.  If successful, the Society could use this route to render the Regulation voidable and inapplicable. Alternatively, as highlighted in section a) above, the Society’s arbitration panel may fall within the definition of “court or tribunal” for the purposes of making an Article 234 application.
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Australian Migration Law: Irina Boldova Law Essay
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There is a class of visa that Irina can apply for temporarily before the expiration of her Subclass 420 Entertainment visa and during the pendency of her application for a Distinguished Talent Visa. Under Subclass 010 on Bridging visas, a bridging visa is issued if a non-citizen has made a valid application while she's in Australia and the visa that is being applied for is a substantive visa.
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Richard Ramirez: The Night Stalker Law Case Study
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Information regarding Ramirez’ family background was limited. It has been made obvious though was Ramirez’ aloofness with his father who he considered as punitive. From this, we can say that Ramirez did not have a significant role model of good behavior. What had been imprinted in his mind, rather was a seemingly consistent barrage of cruelty and coldness.
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Officiating Violence and Abuse Law Coursework
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No umpiring decisions please all, and the controversial rulings given at the most crucial period of the game, have resulted in violent incidents. The target is obviously the umpire. Everything happens so suddenly, in a flash, and such incidents lead to the ruination of the careers of players. The players have to pay, in addition, huge fines.
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The Case of Manfred Brunner v The European Union Treaty Law Assignment
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The ECJ has increasingly been moving into areas that are beyond the scope of its jurisdiction and has been influencing the course of national law through the imposition of European law. In some cases, the decisions that have been spelled out by the European Court of Justice have entailed a great deal of inconvenience and problems of implementation for the Member States.
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How Democratic Is the Constitution Law Literature review
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Every country and its system of government have its own reasons for flourishing, which cannot be duplicated. Politics systems are not laboratory experiments, which can be replicated or copied from one country to another country overnight. Had that been the case, Iraq would have become a democratic country overnight.
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Financial Equity and Trust Law Law Assignment
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Badchester Borough Council is in financial difficulties. In December 2003, Farley’s Bank entered into an agreement with Badchester Borough Council to lend money at preferential interest rates in return for a down payment of one million pounds. On January 1st, the first part of the payment, £163,500,000 enters the bank account of the Badchester Borough Council.
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Labor Regulations of European Community Law Law Term Paper
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The Treaty establishing a European Economic Community (hereinafter 'EEC') was signed in Rome on March 25, 1957, and came into force on January 1, 1958. The Preamble to the Treaty of Rome delineates as its purpose 'to lay the foundations of an ever closer union among the peoples of Europe.' The original signatories were Belgium, Germany, France, Italy, Luxembourg, and the Netherlands.
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The Foundation of Family Law Law Essay
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The emergence of many forms of cohabitation and partnership often brings us the question of what is a family. There popular schools of thought, which define what is a family. The formalist conception of a family gives us a traditional meaning of a family as composed of a man, a woman, and their unmarried children by blood or adoption.
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Interrogation Procedures and Anti-terrorism Laws of the United Kingdom Law Term Paper
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”Citizens should have statutory rights to enforce their human rights in the UK courts. We will by statute incorporate the European Convention on Human Rights into UK law to bring these rights home and allow our people access to them in their national courts. The incorporation of the European Convention will establish a floor, not a ceiling, for human rights”.
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Law of Trusts Law Assignment
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John is the remainderman, in this case, therefore what this means is that when a trust is terminated then its principal will pass on to the remainderman. George has constituted a marriage settlement trust for Henry and his family with John as the remainderman on the trust. Since Henry is dead this trust will be terminated and the proceeds of the trust will pass on to John.  
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Cyber Law on Obscenity Law Essay
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Thus, in conclusion, it may be stated that in view of all the legislative provisions that have been addressed above, there is an adequate provision under the law to rigidly and strictly enforce a standard against obscenity so that the members of the public and especially vulnerable children are protected from an onslaught of obscene material transmitted over the Internet.
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Reflective Learning Journal Law Essay
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Smith helped me to understand the distinction between the two kinds of rights that are endowed in property – rights in rem and in personam and the difference between realty and personalty. A right in personam is therefore associated with a person rather than with a tangible object and can also be called an obligation and I was also able to understand how rights in personam will not be extinguished in the absence of a res.
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Consumer Protection Law Assignment
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The law of contract stipulates three fundamental requirements for the formation of a legally enforceable contract; namely; offer, acceptance and consideration (it is important to note that the contracting parties must have legal capacity, which is presumed not to be an issue in this case).     
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Medical Negligence Law Case Study
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Doctors may retain an arbitrator to tackle disputes out of court, where a neutral third party serves as the mediator of the dispute. The incidence of use of binding arbitration rather than the court system to resolve disputes have become more common and many doctors now require patients to sign such binding arbitration agreements.
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Is Ohio's Prison Reform Plan Reducing the Recidivism Rates Law Research Proposal
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Approximately the same proportion of males is involved in recidivism acts. Most of them serve hard sentences in jail. As a result, cases of repeated crimes are common that attribute to repeated arrests. This has caused overcrowding in the cells; thus, alerting the prison stakeholders to pay special attention. 
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The Ethical Decision Making Process within the Law Enforcement Law Dissertation
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The secondary data consist of archival documents of theories and studies on unethical decision-making and behavior by law enforcement in general and in communities. Case studies on law enforcement’s unethical decision-making and decisions are also used to determine the link between theoretical assumptions and the actual causes of unethical decisions and practices by law enforcement. 
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Fundamentals of European Law Law Essay
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Not only are the Member States bound to follow all regulations and directives, but they are also expected to make domestic provisions for implementation.  Failure to do so will not exonerate the offending Member State and the rights of individuals will be protected by reference to the Community laws.  With this in mind, together with the law discussed in the preceding passages.
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Legal Application and Action Law Assignment
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As illustrated, Cameron accepted the offer on October 5th, a day after he became aware of the fact that Jack had already sold the mobile phone to someone else and had given the effect of revocation. In this respect, Cameron could not have accepted the offer because his acceptance came after the offer had already ceased to exist. Hence, Cameron cannot oblige Jack to sell him the mobile phone despite the lack of a formal revocation.
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Constitutional Law Law Assignment
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s, powers, liabilities, obligations and restrictions from time to time created or arising under the Treaties, and all such remedies and procedures from time to time provided for by or under the Treaties, as in accordance with the Treaties are without further enactment to be
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Was Joshua Shenk Successful Law Coursework
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America’s war against recreational drugs is an example of good intentions gone terribly wrong. While this country squanders over $50 billion dollars annually on the efforts to stop illegal drugs, trafficking, and use continue. It has been said that trying to stop drugs is like trying to stop the rain. Over half of the prisoners in jail are there for drug ‘crimes.’
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Legal Environment Law Case Study
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The concept of punitive damages is unknown to the law of contract therefore actual damages are assessed. Ready To Ski’s claim for loss of business is an actual loss and will be assessed by reference to evidence supporting the pattern of income offset by the actual income accrued during the period for which the contract was delayed.
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Equity and Law Trust Law Coursework
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The rule on implied sharing in the property stems from the assumption that the people involved are partners. According to Lord Bridge in the case of Lloyds Bank v Rosset (1993), there is a need for us to ascertain whether or not the parties have established a kind of agreement regarding their affairs.
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Law of Business Management Law Assignment
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Unfortunately for Una she will be denied the patent protection in respect of the musical invention up to this point.  However, by reference to the laws discusses above she is at liberty to register the patent at this point and she can enforce her rights against Davina and Nakida’s preventing further use of the patent.
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Analysis of Administrative and Constitutional Law Cases Law Case Study
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The constitutional practice is largely comprised of the Acts of Parliament and judicial decisions. There is no separation of powers in the UK, rather Parliament is sovereign and the source of all valid authority. On this basis, therefore, the leader of the largest party in Parliament in practice becomes the Prime Minister.
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Analysis of the Criminal Law Case Law Case Study
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The subsequent suicide of PC Ali could have the effect of nullifying the liability of all parties, unless the courts are satisfied that there had been no break in the chain of causation. There could also be a claim as mentioned above based on the fact that PC Ali was able to get hold of the scalpel without anyone knowing.  
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Discredited Expert Witnesses Have Been Used as Scapegoats for the Failings of the Adversarial System of Criminal Justice Law Case Study
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In actuality, the counsel for the prosecution and the judge can often bring about a guilty verdict by reminding the jury of the irrefutable evidence of the expert witness and have a tendency to portray the expert’s opinion as flawless and the only verdict that can be read from the expert’s testimony is that the accused is guilty.
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Analysis of Contract Law Cases Law Case Study
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In the case of WR Games, they have not been silent, but have protested the end of the long-standing relationship. It may also be noted that 70% of WRG’s business comes from TGT, therefore the Courts are likely to support WRG’s position about the detrimental effects to WRG from TGT’s cancellation of the contract without adequate notice. 
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America's Juvenile Justice System Law Essay
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The juvenile justice system was founded by the imperatives, not only of protecting society from youth criminals but of rehabilitating these youth. The system does not satisfy its original objective in that the focus has shifted from rehabilitation to incarceration. Juvenile crime is on the rise and that this, in itself, underscores the failure of the current system.
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Prison Inmates Law Essay
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Despite statistics that confirm these contentions, imprisonment has experienced a growing attraction as a political response to crime.  An increased prison population and its inherent human and financial costs have little effect on the attitudes of some.  Over the past quarter-century, the U.S. has added to its prison population and therefore to its social problems.    
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Significance of Central London Property Trust Ltd V High Trees House Ltd Law Assignment
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High Trees is significant because it represents a revision of the previously firmly established duty rule in Foakes v Beer (1884) which relied on the legal concept of consideration and held that part performance of debt could not represent a discharge of the whole debt. High Trees is also credited with extending the acceptance and application of promissory estoppel in the law of contract.
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Business Environment and the English Legal System Law Assignment
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Iggins Ltd has entered into contracts with all of the 32 players. The 28 players have fulfilled the terms of their contract by arriving in Birmingham and Iggins Ltd will be expected to fulfill its side of the contract as well since there are certain obligations that arise out of a contract1. In general English, Courts have tended to favor the enforcement of contracts.  
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Potential TORT Liabilities of Parties Law Essay
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The court found that the council was liable anyway.  Lord Hoffman went on to opine that children often get up to mischief and as such the council should have reasonably foreseen that some sort of accident would occur. (Jolley v Sutton London Borough Council (2000) 1 WLR 1082.)
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Employment Law: Employment Relations Act Law Assignment
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In the case of Miranda, the facts of the case failed to mention how the employer tried to safeguard the health of his or her employee. Unlike in the Pickford case where the employer constantly reminded the employee to take a break for her typing job, there was no showing that the employer of Miranda did the same thing. 
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The ECJ Subordinates Human Rights to the End of Closer Economic Integration in the Community Law Coursework
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The internal policies among the member countries, their judicial approach on the issues of human rights, need for change in their policies during trade are well administered in the treaties and the law of world trade organization. As human rights are of prime importance in a nation, it ought to be safeguarded.
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Circumstances in Which a Constructive Trust May Be Imposed upon a Trustee Law Coursework
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When a mortgage is involved, the matter is not so simply disposed of since the initial deposit does not usually determine the real value of the property.  However,  Lord Dillion said that the emphasis in relation to the law of trusts has been on the sums contributed by each person for the purchase price of the property.
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The Aspect of Disputes and the Success of the Employment Law in Resolving Individual Disputes Law Coursework
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Today,  conflicts are no longer addressed extensively through consolidated trade unions,  where numerous employees get together and voice a  common opinion. The situation has given rise to individualism.  Individual employees can voice their grievances openly since the  Law has provided for legislations to support their cause. 
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Direct Effect of Directives Law Coursework
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EC Directives are a means by which the European Community seeks to harmonize domestic laws among its member States. Theoretically at least, EC Directives are calculated to afford Community citizens a means of redress in domestic courts in the event they are denied the benefit of rights under EC Directives. 
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Introduction to Criminal Law Law Essay
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Actus Reus comprises the guilty act as well as all the circumstances and consequences required for the offence. In some cases, engaging in the act itself is an offence, for example, driving a mechanically propelled vehicle on the road. In other cases actus reus will be established only when it can be proved that the act in question caused a result that is prohibited.
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The Development of DNA Fingerprinting and Computer Forensics Law Assignment
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Few issues in our time have agitated the people of this country more than the rising crime rate. Moreover, statistics alone do not adequately describe the situation which seems to be worsening daily. Literally millions of individuals now have their movements restricted by the fear of physical violence. 
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Capital Punishment - The Case against Death Penalty Law Report
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For some, the death penalty is an important deterrent which is effective in deterring capital crimes such as murder and armed assault. For others, such as the Death Penalty Information Centre, the death penalty is a cruel and unusual punishment which is often arbitrarily applied with dire consequences. 
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Weapons, Personal Protection Equipment & Use of Force Law Essay
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A person can also be protected by security personnel by the use of force when there is a chance for personal attack. Similarly, properties can be protected using external and internal security layers to prevent any attack that results in the damage of property. Physical security can be ensured with a proper plan for the building. 
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Sexual Harassment on Children Law Research Proposal
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There are three basic resources that would be used in the proposed research. They include the Strength and Difficulties Questionnaire, online survey platform, and data analyzing techniques. The SDQ would be a suitable way of gauging emotional difficulties experienced by children. The online survey platform would provide an alternative way that the respondents can use to protect their anonymity.
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Tigris and Euphrates Dispute among Iraq, Syria, and Turkey Law Thesis
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As it is already known there is a UN Assistant mission to Iraq (www.uniraq.org) and its main responsibility is to help the Iraqi people in all aspects of life.  In this context, we should urge UNAMI to mediate among the neighboring countries to solve the problem and make the necessary research about the environmental impact on Iraq.
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Police Brutality in Action Law Case Study
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In conclusion, the paper suggests that increased assaults can be reduced not by exposing offenders to harsh situations but by having a strong relationship with the public. Strong community relation will enhance police respect hence reduce assaults against the police officers.
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The Correlation Between Human Rights Violations and the Rise of Terrorism Law Essay
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Hunger, poverty and war are the defining features of the first fourteen years of the twenty-first century. The trends of history are not changing, and if the human race does not act today, it will be too late to undo it tomorrow. The future of upcoming generations resides with the present generation. The need of the hour is to act, rather than signing papers or reserving holidays for celebrating human rights.
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Relationship between Public Safety and Individual Rights Law Coursework
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Confusion and controversy are rife in the discussion of the relationship between individual rights and public safety. The country has a number of clear and concise laws that seek to safeguard individual rights. However, the government has always shown disregard to the basic constitutional and legal provisions in its attempt to enhance public safety
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How Does The Constitution Guard Against Tyranny Law Essay
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It contains laws that help protect the safety, freedom of speech, and fundamental rights of people in our country. There is a balance with the governmental activities thanks to the constitution.
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Laws of Blasphemy and Human Rights Law Assignment
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This brings us to the issue of public order. It is quite clear that public order is capable of being preserved without the offense of blasphemy – a law that is yet to be made use of in this century. The general criminal law, including offenses relating to incitement and offensive behavior, covers this area adequately.
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Drunk Driving Laws Law Essay
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In the world of today, there are people who do not think in the narrow lane. They like to see their lives in the open canvas where they are able to exercise what they want to and say what they feel like but then again it should be within moral parameters. No one is allowed to interfere in other’s lives if he is drunk and driving in a rash manner.
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