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Ethics in Wildlife Law Enforcement

Ethical Behaviour Ethics are the moral principles that govern a person’s behaviour in the conduct of an activity. It involves making moral judgments about what…

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Vulnerable Groups and Human Rights

Defining Vulnerable Groups Vulnerable groups are not defined in the initial documents outlining human rights principles. The Universal Declaration of Human Rights generally does not…

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Rights of Arrested and Accused Persons

Search and Entry Right to privacy. Right not to have your person, home or property searched. Right not to have your possessions seized. Right not…

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Human Rights Violations

Nature and Extent of Human Rights Violations Human rights violation is the failure to protect or blatantly disregard human rights. Human rights violation is the…

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Human Rights
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Introduction to Human Rights

Introduction Human rights constitute a set of rules governing the treatment of individuals and groups by governments on the basis of ethical principles.  States have…

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Examination of Witnesses

Examination in chief This is the questioning of a witness by a party who calls him/her as a witness. It is also known as direct…

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Opening and Closing Statements

Op1. Opening Statements Opening statements are generally fairly short and focus on the key facts that you will present. You deliver an opening statement in…

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Legal Strategy
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Legal Strategy

Having a legal strategy helps you to present your case in the best and most efficient manner. It also helps you to anticipate and counter defences. Further, it ensures that you present all the evidence required by the close of your case.

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Case Analysis

It is important to undertake a thorough analysis of your case once you make a decision to charge. Case analysis helps you understand the strengths and weaknesses of your case. Further, it allows you to gauge how to best apply the evidence you have to ensure a fair trial.

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Interrogation of Suspects

Introduction Suspects are a valuable source of information in criminal investigations, hence the need to interrogate them. Interrogation is the systematic questioning of a person…

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