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For citational use please obtain a back issue from Subscription Dept. Introduction In Octoberin Louisiana, a Japanese exchange student named Yoshihiro Hattori went into the wrong house on the way to a Halloween party.
The homeowner's wife screamed for help and the homeowner drew his. The homeowner pulled the trigger and shot him dead. Gun control in Japan is the most stringent in the democratic world. The weapons law begins by stating 'No-one shall possess a fire-arm or fire-arms or a sword or swords', and very few exceptions are allowed.
As gun crime in other nations increases, many advocates of gun control urge that Japan's gun control policy be imitated. Exactly what kinds of controls on guns are imposed by the police?
How do the controls fit into the context of the overall relationship between the people and the Government? How has Japan, which earlier was a violent nation with large numbers of guns, become almost totally disarmed and come to have such a low violent crime rate?
Why do the Japanese comply with stringent controls, when much milder controls have met such intense resistance in America and other Western nations? And what effect have Japanese gun controls had on suicide? Gun Possession and Gun Crime: Almost Nil The only type of firearm which a Japanese citizen may even contemplate acquiring is a shotgun.
The licensing procedure is rigorous. A prospective gun owner must first attend classes and pass a written test. The applicant then produces for the police a medical certificate attesting that he or she is mentally healthy and not addicted to drugs.
Membership in 'aggressive' political or activist groups disqualifies an applicant. Ammunition must be kept in a separate locked safe. The licenses also allow the holder to buy a few thousand rounds of ammunition, with each transaction being registered.
Civilians can never own handguns. Small calibre rifles were once legal, but inthe Government forbade all transfers of rifles. Current rifle license holders may continue to own them, but their heirs must turn them into the police when the license-holder dies. The number of licensed shotguns and air rifles declined fromin toin The Judicial Process Criminal cases differ from civil cases.
At the beginning of a federal criminal case, the principal actors are the U.S. Attorney (the prosecutor) and the grand jury. The U.S. Attorney represents the United States in most court proceedings, including all criminal prosecutions.
The grand jury reviews evidence presented by the U.S. Attorney and decides whether it is sufficient. The procedure for filing a civil vs a criminal case is very different.
Here’s a step-by-step guide to filing a civil case in the Philippines. To help you avoid mistakes that could be detrimental to your quest for justice, here’s a step-by-step guide to filing a criminal case in the Philippines. Cases (sometimes also referred to as "Episodes") are the mission structures of Criminal Case.
In Criminal Case, every time a murder occurs, a murder case must be filed in the police force database. Program Overview Bachelor of Laws (LL.B.) is a four year graduate program designed to help students become lawyers.
There are eight major subjects included in the LL.B. curriculum: Civil, Political, Labor, Criminal, Commercial, International, Tax and Remedial laws.
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