U.S. Presidential history

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U.S. Presidential history
Departing the traditional monarchical system of Britain, the founding fathers of U.S. constitution drafted a system where the American citizen had the responsibility and power to select their leader. The key founding fathers of the United States are Benjamin Franklin, John Adams, Thomas Jefferson, John Jay, Alexander Hamilton, George Washington and James Madison. George Washington was elected as first U.S. president in 1789, under this new order. At the time, only white men had rights to cast vote. The 15th, 19th and 26th Constitutional (more…) Read More

History of American gangsters

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History of American gangsters
The American Mafia was an organized crime web that operated across the United States, especially in Chicago and New York. This crime group rose to power by doing illegal alcohol business during the Prohibition era of 1920. After that the gangsters expanded their criminal endeavors, from illegal gambling to drug trafficking. The violent crimes and secret rituals of American gangsters become popular in late 1920s. Later the government imposed anti-racketeering laws to weaken the mafia, but they remain in business even today. Prohibition, immigration (more…) Read More

The Heartbreaking History of Divorce…..!

Posted by on Mar 21, 2016 in Laws and Regulations | 0 comments

The Heartbreaking History of Divorce…..!
While divorce possibly does not have the same disgrace associated with it as it once had, the divorce is still a sensitive topic in many parts of the world. Indeed, divorce attorneys make a lot of efforts to make divorce process simpler for their clienteles. It is not easy to go through divorce without trouble. A brief history of divorce People used to think that marriages are made in heaven. Then, how divorce came into existence? Who asked for the first divorce? Why divorce laws are (more…) Read More

The Most Interesting and Famous Medical Malpractice Cases in History

Posted by on Aug 21, 2015 in Health and Medicine, Laws and Regulations | 0 comments

The Most Interesting and Famous Medical Malpractice Cases in History
Being a victim of medical malpractice can be a terrifying experience, particularly when it involves extreme level of carelessness. There exist many unusual medical malpractice cases in history, which have histrionically changed the face of health care service providers over the years. Horrible Cases Of Medical Malpractice Medical practitioners have been considered as some of the smartest members of society. It takes years of study and persistent retraining to be a good doctor. But they are still doctors are human, and humans are fallible. (more…) Read More

Computing By Gaslamp: Ellis Island Tech

Posted by on Jul 25, 2015 in Laws and Regulations | 0 comments

Computing By Gaslamp: Ellis Island Tech
BY JAKE LIPMAN Immigration has driven technological growth of the United States since our founding.  Some of America’s greatest inventors and investors were immigrants.  But over a hundred years ago, the cutting edge of tech, the ENIAC of its time, was built for the Department of Commerce and used by the Immigration department. In that era of gas lamps and steam trains, electric tabulators launched the computer revolution. Let’s explore the tech roots that changed the face of our nation. People and Pen and Paper In the (more…) Read More

Marilyn Monroe – A tale of Love, Betray and Divorce….

Posted by on Apr 21, 2015 in Laws and Regulations | 0 comments

Marilyn Monroe – A tale of Love, Betray and Divorce….
Hollywood sensation Marilyn Monroe experienced heartache, grief and loneliness over the failure of her 3 marriages. Even her divorce lawyers couldn’t save her marriages! She was beautiful, she was successful, she was kind hearted but at the end she was lonely, sad and broken. This diva was undoubtedly unlucky in love. She got fame, success, money and name but she remained thirsty for love! Marilyn Monroe’s Marriages and Divorces Jim Dougherty: When Marilyn was 16, she married Jim Dougherty. It was an arranged marriage (more…) Read More

History of Criminal Defense Law and Lawyers

Posted by on Jun 24, 2014 in Laws and Regulations | 0 comments

History of Criminal Defense Law and Lawyers
Criminal Defense Attorneys In order to convict a criminal defendant, the prosecutor must prove the defendant guilty. During this process, the defendant is provided with an opportunity to present a defense. There are many types of defenses – Insanity, Automatism, Intoxication, Mistake of fact, Necessity/Lesser Harm, Self Defense, Duress, and Legal Duty. The idea that criminal defendants should not be held guilty because of their mental state has been deep-rooted in the Anglo American law since ages. As early as 1581, a legal treatise (more…) Read More

The Foundation of Personal Injury Law in the U.S.

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The Foundation of Personal Injury Law in the U.S.
Personal Injury Lawyers Personal injury laws are a kind of tort law that finds its root in Biblical times. In earlier days, an individual who harmed another person was expected to repay. Today, individuals who harm others are punished through personal injury law. By the 17th century, most claimants could receive compensation in the court for any wages lost because of personal injury. Personal Injury claims date back to the 1860s that consisted of bizarre, but successful claims, such as fall caused by croquet (more…) Read More

History of Criminal Laws in the U.S.

Posted by on Jun 23, 2014 in Laws and Regulations | 0 comments

History of Criminal Laws in the U.S.
Criminal Defense Attorneys The early legal codes, such as the Code of Hammurabi to the Law of Moses laid the foundation for creating principles and customs into law, but it was the English Common Law that led to the growth of criminal law in the U.S. During Henry II’s rule, a centralized system of courts and judges representing the interest of the Crown was imposed on the Anglo-Saxons. The judges traveled to the countryside and found that the different regional traditions interfered with the (more…) Read More

Tracing the Roots of Drain and Sewer Systems

Posted by on Jun 21, 2014 in Laws and Regulations | 0 comments

Tracing the Roots of Drain and Sewer Systems
Home Draining Systems In ancient times, human dwellings were built next to a water body that acted as a source for  sewage disposal. It was during the prehistoric period (modern-day Iran) that the first sanitation system was built. While in Greece, an inverted siphon system with glass covered clay pipes were used in the palaces. With increasing population, the demand for a complex sewer system grew. The cities in Harappa and Mohenjodaro had a complex network of brick lined sewage drain and flush toilets (more…) Read More