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Extractions: The Tulane Institute for Environmental Law and Policy, founded in July 1995, is designed to expand and enhance the intellectual and academic contributions of the Tulane Law School as a leader in the field of environmental law, to provide a center for examination and discussion of critical issues, and to provide its law students with meaningful opportunities for involvement in environmental policy-making. The Tulane Law School, the 12th oldest law school in the United States, has had a strong and long-standing commitment to the teaching of environmental law. Located in a region of both abundant natural resources and serious environmental problems, Tulane developed one of the nation's first Master of Laws in Energy and Environment. Through the work of a highly-regarded faculty, Tulane's LL.M. and its corollary environmental law certificate for juris doctor students have attracted individuals from across the country and around the world, particularly from Latin America. In 1989, these programs in environmental law were further enhanced by the founding of the Tulane Environmental Law Clinic,
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Extractions: CIVIL CASES AMERICAN LEGION POST #134 v. MISSISSIPPI GAMING COMMISSION, NO. 1999-CC-00548-SCT TOPIC(S) : Charitable bingo - Arbitrary and capricious decision - Injunctive relief AUTHOR : Presiding Justice Pittman FACTS ANALYSIS Issue 1: Arbitrary and capricious decision Post 134 argues that the Commission's decision was arbitrary and capricious. A decision which is not based on substantial evidence is arbitrary and capricious. In this case, there was overwhelming evidence which justified the revocation of Post 134's license. The violations were witnessed by the agent who went undercover to investigate the complaint and were supported by session reports, monthly reports, and bingo paper which were entered into evidence. One regulation which was violated, Regulation A, § 2(d)(7), provides that a violation of the section will result in revocation of the license. Therefore, the hearing officer had to revoke the license upon finding a violation of the section. Since the record includes substantial evidence of violations by Post 134, the Commission's decision to revoke the license was not arbitrary and capricious. Issue 2: Issuance of injunction HOLDING : Affirmed on direct appeal; vacated on cross-appeal.
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Extractions: INITIATIVE MEASURE NO. 17 SPONSOR: John R. McCarty, P.O. Box 13987, Jackson, MS 39236; 601-352-7867 SUBJECT MATTER: Damages in civil actions. PROPOSED BALLOT TITLE: Should a non-prevailing party in any civil action be required by the Constitution to pay a prevailing party's attorneys' fees? PROPOSED BALLOT SUMMARY: This initiative would amend the Mississippi Constitution to require a non-prevailing party in a civil action to pay attorneys' fees to a prevailing party. A non-prevailing party could avoid liability for attorneys' fees only if he offers to allow judgment to be entered against himself for a specified amount, the prevailing party then rejects that offer but does not obtain more than that offer at the conclusion of the trial. ORIGINAL FILING: November 16, 1998 STATUS: Expired Initiative Information The official ballot title and ballot summary for an initiative measure are prepared by the Mississippi Attorney General's Office. Initiative petitions are valid for one year. According to Mississippi law, for an initiative petition to be sufficient a minimum of 91,673 certified signatures must be gathered; with at least 18,355 certified signatures from each of the five congressional districts. The number of signatures required represents 12% of the total number of votes cast for Governor in the last gubernatorial general election. All signatures on the petition must be certified by county Circuit Clerks as those of registered Mississippi voters.
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Extractions: INITIATIVE MEASURE NO. 18 SPONSOR: John R. McCarty, P.O. Box 13987, Jackson, MS 39236; 601-352-7867 SUBJECT MATTER: Damages in civil actions. PROPOSED BALLOT TITLE: Should the Constitution prohibit a person from seeking full compensation from each person partially responsible for his damages? PROPOSED BALLOT SUMMARY: This initiative would amend the Mississippi Constitution to abolish joint and several liability among co-defendants in civil actions; and, would prohibit a plaintiff from seeking full compensation from a tortfeasor who was partially at fault in causing the plaintiff's injury, death or damages. Damages would be allocated among joint tortfeasors in proportion to each tortfeasor's percentage of fault, as determined by the trier of fact, in causing the plaintiff's injury, death or damages. ORIGINAL FILING: November 18, 1998 STATUS: Expired Initiative Information The official ballot title and ballot summary for an initiative measure are prepared by the Mississippi Attorney General's Office. Initiative petitions are valid for one year. According to Mississippi law, for an initiative petition to be sufficient a minimum of 91,673 certified signatures must be gathered; with at least 18,355 certified signatures from each of the five congressional districts. The number of signatures required represents 12% of the total number of votes cast for Governor in the last gubernatorial general election. All signatures on the petition must be certified by county Circuit Clerks as those of registered Mississippi voters.
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Extractions: Although the Hate Crimes Statistics Act of 1990 (amended in 1994 and 1996) defines a hate crime as a crime against a person or property motivated by bias toward race, religion, ethnicity/national origin, disability, or sexual orientation, the FBI does not have any federal jurisdiction to investigate hate crimes motivated by a sexual orientation bias. The FBI's authority to investigate hate crimes motivated by a disability bias is generally limited to incidents interfering with the victim's housing rights.
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Extractions: L. Ellis Griffith practiced law in Cleveland, Mississippi until his death in March l987 at the age of 60. A native of Prentiss, in Jeff Davis County, Mississippi, he was an avid outdoorsman and sportsman. Valedictorian of his graduating class at Prentiss High School in 1944, Ellis served in the United States Navy during World War II. While at Mississippi College where he earned his undergraduate degree, Ellis was elected Attorney for the Student Government Association and was cited in Who's Who in American Universities and Colleges. After receiving an L.L.M./Juris Doctor degree cum laude from Ole Miss Law School, he was admitted to the practice of law in Mississippi in January 1951. He taught Business Law at Mississippi College, and then earned a Masters of Laws in Taxation magna cum laude Back to Top Benjamin E. Griffith His civil litigation practice traces back to his early federal and state civil trial work with his late father and law partner, Ellis Griffith, reaching beyond the Mississippi Delta into Tennessee, Arkansas, Louisiana, Texas, Georgia, New York, Illinois and California. Now with Mississippi as a solid base for an expanded multi-state practice, Ben focuses on defense of counties and other local government entities and officials in civil rights, voting rights, election law and reapportionment litigation, natural resources and public entity insurance coverage disputes. He has served as Board Attorney for the Bolivar County Board of Supervisors since 1983 and Attorney for the 17-county Yazoo-Mississippi Delta Joint Water Management District since 1989.
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Extractions: The FBI's Civil Rights Program The Federal Bureau of Investigation is the primary federal agency responsible for investigating all allegations regarding violations of applicable federal civil rights laws. These laws are designed to protect the civil rights of all citizens and inhabitants. The mission of the FBI's Civil Rights Program is to enforce federal civil rights statutes and to ensure that the protected civil rights of all inhabitants are not abridged. The FBI's Civil Rights Program consists of the following four sub-programs: Although Color of Law/Police Misconduct investigations represent approximately 75% of the caseload for the FBI's Civil Rights Program, the top priority of the Civil Rights Program is Hate Crimes. Hate Crimes Defined Hate crimes present a particularly difficult challenge for law enforcement because they are more violent, socially disruptive, random, and serial in nature than ordinary crimes, and are more difficult to solve. This is because there is a terroristic component associated with hate crimes, whereby even a relatively minor incident can breed fear and distrust across fragile intergroup lines. Research has also shown that hate crimes tend to be more violent, more traumatic to the victim, and sometimes committed by groups of perpetrators who are previously unknown to the victim. Such crimes terrorize the entire targeted community.