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  • of the Comparative law and justice Wikiversity Project Mlarthur 01:22, 24 August 2009 (UTC) The United States is the third largest country in the world
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  • 0.CO%3B2-W Incarceration in the United States http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prisons_in_the_United_States Prison Statistics (2007) http://www
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  • given without the additional term of incarceration. In the case of a juvenile, the caning is often public, and takes place right in the courtroom regardless
    59 KB (9,301 words) - 17:55, 19 August 2015
  • California in the United States of America. Much like California, the climate in Japan varies from warm and tropical in the south and cool and wintry in the north
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  • Comparative law and justice/Germany (category Comparative law and justice in Europe)
    struggle on the German economy and Germany's citizen, where unemployment can exceed 20% in some municipalities . In 1939 the United States and England
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  • Comparative law and justice/Peru (category Comparative law and justice in South America)
    pdf The worldfactbook. Prison Population and Incarceration Rate(2007)http://www.allcountries.org/ranks/prison_incarceration_rates_of_countries_2007
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  • recent survey of depression in the United States found that 9.0% met the criteria for current depression, including 3.4% who met the criteria for major depression
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  • Comparative law and justice/New Zealand (category Comparative law and justice in Oceania)
    reflects the use of incarceration as a solution to the crime problem is not effective. Since there is a high rate of incarceration in New Zealand, means
    29 KB (4,525 words) - 01:31, 20 August 2015
  • Comparative law and justice/France (category Comparative law and justice in Europe)
    rates in France are low in comparison to those in the United States. According to Defending Justice Organization, the United States incarcerates 726 people
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  • Comparative law and justice/Australia (category Comparative law and justice in Oceania)
    not all cases in court have counsel. In Australia there is a presumption of innocence, and guilt must be proved. Like The United States the Constitution
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  • Comparative law and justice/Austria (category Comparative law and justice in Europe)
    the war. Austria was divided into four zones by the allies in April 1945. The zones were United States, France, Britain, and Russia. They held the
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  • Comparative law and justice/Argentina (category Comparative law and justice in South America)
    the United States and Argentina signed an investment treaty. In 1997, The United States allowed imports of Argentine beef for the first time in six decades
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  • Comparative law and justice/Nepal (category Comparative law and justice in Asia)
    maximum jail term of 20 years in Nepal Nepal uses fines similar to the United States and one of their newest laws in being fined for driving while on
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  • Comparative law and justice/South Africa (category Comparative law and justice in Africa)
    Incarceration Levels." Website accessed 11/2/2009, http://www.dcs.gov.za/WebStatistics/ Divisions of Human Rights Watch. 1994. "Prison Conditions in
    42 KB (6,254 words) - 01:35, 20 August 2015
  • Comparative law and justice/Iceland (category Comparative law and justice in Europe)
    Universities. This is much like the educational system in the United States besides the pre-schools being run by the State and the ages of compulsory education
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  • illness that continues to progress, and one that 5 million people in the United States today are affected by. A lot of people think that stopping and eliminating
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  • and rich and poor countries. For example, in the United States (US) in 2006, African-Americans between the ages of 10 and 24 were 5 times more likely
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  • Comparative law and justice/Madagascar (category Comparative law and justice in Africa)
    for the individual under U.S. law. The penalty for breaking the law in Madagascar will be more crude than breaking the law in the United States. The sanctions
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  • Comparative law and justice/Bolivia (category Comparative law and justice in South America)
    from http://www.allcountries.org/ranks/prison_incarceration_rates_of_countries_2007.html1 United States Department of State, (January 30, 1994) U.S. Department
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  • United States, 2006: Statistical Tables. Bureau of Justice Statistics NCJ 223436.//www.ojp.usdoj.gov/bjs/pub/pdf/cvus06.pdf Crime in the United States.US
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