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    • Rights and Duties of Slaves Under Hammurabi's Code

    • A Brief Glance at One Aspect of Babylonian Law
    • By: A. Biographer
    • Narrated by: 411 Audio
    • Length: 10 mins
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    From time immemorial, man has sought to explicate a set of laws which would include both some form of morality and justice for the common people. The Code of Hammurabi, developed in ancient Babylonian society, is no exception to that general rule. It is the earliest formulation of a legal code that archaeologists have yet uncovered, and dates from a period roughly 1800 years before the birth of Jesus Christ. It contains cuneiform engravings which are significant, indeed, and were not even discovered before a Frenchman found them in the very early 20th century.

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    • A Premarital Agreement is Law

    • A Brief Glance at the Enforceability of Contracts
    • By: A. Biographer
    • Narrated by: 411 Audio
    • Length: 4 mins
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    A premarital agreement forms a contract in law; it contains legally binding language. Thus, it features many elements that normal contracts have. For a valid premarital contract, there must be a meeting of the minds, and unity about the stipulations involved in the agreement." - George W. Kent, Family Law for Paralegals 20 (2009).

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    • Andrew Cunanan: Short Spree Killer and Versace Nemesis

    • Killer Bios, Book 1
    • By: A. Biographer
    • Narrated by: 411 Audio
    • Length: 9 mins
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    In order to understand Cunanan, one needs to see him as a young school boy, smarter than his peers and easily outwitting them to obtain academic attention. While there are many traits which serial killers have in common, Cunanan had his own peculiar branding.

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    • Short Intro to Andre Cunanan.

    • By pixledust on 05-09-17

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    • Mott v. Duncan Petroleum

    • Short Case Brief on Common Law Marriage
    • By: A. Biographer
    • Narrated by: 411 Audio
    • Length: 2 mins
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    What happens when a widow is denied the workmen's compensation to which her husband is entitled in a work-based accident? The company attempts to wriggle out of payment. That's what happens!

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    • Fun Movie Trivia

    • Movie Mini-Quiz I
    • By: A. Biographer
    • Narrated by: 411 Audio
    • Length: 18 mins
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    Wouldn't it be fun to try out your Movie Trivia knowledge? Collected here are not necessarily the most difficult trivia questions of all time, but they are intended to jog your memory and challenge your recollection. Have fun!

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    • The Right to Homeschool

    • What Happened to Religious Rights in Wisconsin v. Yoder?
    • By: A. Biographer
    • Narrated by: Jennifer L. Vorpahl
    • Length: 30 mins
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    About a year before the Woodstock music festival in New York, a religious storm was brewing in a small community in Wisconsin. It's a place from which many Wisconsinites buy their craft beer, but it was once the place where the children of religious parents could have been forced to attend public school against their beliefs and practices. In New Glarus, Wisconsin, three Amish families were punished by the State of Wisconsin for not sending their children to public school.

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    • Yoder is a hero.

    • By pixledust on 08-21-17

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    • Do the Crusaders Bring Disgrace?

    • A Brief Glance at the Christian Crusader Cause of the Middle Ages
    • By: A. Biographer
    • Narrated by: 411 Audio
    • Length: 9 mins
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    Utter the phrase Church crusades, and you will likely evoke a highly negative reaction, if not scorn or personal insult, and antagonism. It was a tough time in history. That period of Christian history when Crusaders went to protect Jerusalem from the ravages of war and spoliation, is a time that many would like to sweep under the rug, so to speak. Interestingly, an unfavorable response to Crusaders is given often by Christians, and non-Christians alike. In fact, many Christians cringe when they hear the very word "crusade", as though it were a curse word.

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    • Is It Really the Sin of Ham?

    • A Brief Glance at a Controversial Passage in Genesis
    • By: A. Biographer
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    • Length: 4 mins
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    Many interpretive models of the controversial passage of Genesis 9, presume that the focus is on something shameful done by Ham, one of Noah's sons. He performed an act so embarrassing toward himself and his clan, that it is not even disclosed in the actual text. It is hidden in plain sight, presenting a sort of subtext which qualified, academic theologians tell us they can decipher. Often, these models, while they present interesting arguments on behalf of the view that Genesis chapter 9, verses 20 to 27, relates to a horribly shameful act by Ham.

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    • County of Sacramento v. Lewis: Case Briefing

    • By: A. Biographer
    • Narrated by: 411 Audio
    • Length: 4 mins
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    This book may change your life. Or it may not. Either way, you will become more informed about the 14th amendment of the U.S. Constitution!

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    • FEC v. Akins

    • By: A. Biographer
    • Narrated by: 411 Audio
    • Length: 3 mins
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    What a fascinating case to delve into! FEC v. Akins!

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    • Black Light Driving, Partying, and Intersections

    • By: A. Biographer
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    • Length: 3 mins
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    This is a most ghastly tale of motorists who have lost all sense of propriety in the art of vehicular navigation!

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    • Controversy in Wisconsin

    • Nitek v. Glaze
    • By: A. Biographer
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    • Length: 3 mins
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    It was a Friday afternoon and the traffic was very busy in a normally quiet part of northwest Wisconsin. Cops were everywhere and had their lights turned on. "What is going on?" he thought to himself. Then, he remembered that a local deputy sheriff had been shot and killed. This was a long funeral procession that Rusk County Deputy Sheriff, Dan Glaze, Jr. had in his honor.

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