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So tomorrow the Federal Court of the Federation of Malaysia are to hear for Petronas application to claim for the sole ownership of oil and gas in Sarawak. Petronas would argue its ownership over Sarawak’s oil and gas by virtue of The Petroleum Development Act 1974 . Sarawak will want the courts to deem PDA 1974 unconstitutional since they are applying for Article 128 (1)(a) of the Federal constitution.
This case will also have precedence over Sabah’s oil and gas. Let me share with you a story, but supported with facts. Early this year, our chief minister announced PDA 1974 is not enforceable in Sarawak and have said would start to regulate Sarawak’s Oil mining ordinance via Petros commencing 1st July, hence the reaction and response from Petronas.
Mind you, after 1963, Sarawak has been downgraded from an equal partner , as per FC, regions within Malaysia, of the Malaysia Agreement 1963 to a mere state of Malaysia , along with Sabah.
How did it happened ?? On July 12 & 13 1976, the Parliament , under then PM Tun Hussein Onn, tabled a Bill for an amendment to Article 1(2) of the FC that ultimately was passed after all MPs, including those from Sabah Sarawak ( YES, you read it right, from Sabah sarawak ) supported the Bill. Only four MPs from the opposition opposed. So (1) we sabah sarawak was doomed by our own MPs for supporting that amendment (2) you can see the timeline, PDA passed in 1974, Petronas representing Federal govt can’t get their hands on Sabah Sarawak’s oil, so the 1976 amendment happened . In the end, boom! Sabah , and of course Sarawak oil and gas are legally owned by the Federal Govt via Petronas, and they give back 5% of the royalty back. Hahaha... You see, I voted for Pakatan as they claimed in their manifesto that they will allow for devolution of powers and rights as per the Malaysian Agreement 1963, including control over our oil and gas. But tomorrow’s court case will give us all a picture, which direction this new govt will take with Sabah Sarawak and will they honour their manifesto promise. God be with us.
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Regrann from myjamaicatoday - The St Ann Municipal Corporation (SAMC) is to move against roadside car sales lots.

Since late last year, the matter has come up several times in the Corporation with councillors saying the SAMC should act against them.

They have pointed to one of those at Drax Hall where several cars have been parked on a verge next to Epping Gas Station. Also others have been mentioned but some of those no longer exist.

At last Thursday’s (June 14) meeting of the SAMC, it was said that Minister of Local Government Desmond McKenzie had stated at the previous meeting that the Council should and could act against those car lots.

However, in discussions, it was said that Mr. McKenzie’s suggestion that the SAMC could use wreckers and move the cars was made on the understanding that the issue was vehicles blocking the thoroughfare and not necessarily cars put on the side of the road for display and sale.

After some debate the Council decided that the acting CEO was to make contact with the owners of the cars on the lots, through the telephone numbers on the cars. It is expected that the SAMC will advise of the intention to remove the cars by wrecker and that the car owners will voluntarily remove them from the roadsides.

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Regrann from myjamaicatoday - A Jamaican man is to be deported from the Cayman Islands after he serves his six-year prison sentence for hitting his supervisor on the head with a hammer.

The convict, 33-year-old Dain Damean McPherson, was sentenced on charges of wounding with intent last Wednesday, June 13.

According to the Cayman News Service (CNS), McPherson was going about his usual work routine at Foster’s Food Fair supermarket in Countryside Village when he attacked his boss on September 1, 2017. “McPherson had claimed self-defense but CCTV footage clearly showed the worker pick up the hammer, pursue and then attack his victim, hitting him on the head several times,” the Cayman News Service stated in an online report.

At the sentencing hearing, the presiding judge, Justice Michael Wood said he was not convinced by McPherson’s plea as it was clear he had the intention of doing harm to his victim. “The judge said it was clear from the CCTV footage that McPherson had attacked the supervisor with the hammer and caused him a severe head injury. And even when his co-workers had taken the hammer and disarmed him, he had picked up a knife, albeit for just a few seconds, illustrating further intent,” the Cayman News Service reported.

After reviewing the several statements and references indicating that the act was completely out of McPherson’s character, the judge jailed him for six years and recommended his deportation once he has served his time.

McPherson joins a long list of Jamaicans, who continue to breach the law in various countries within the Caribbean, including Barbados, Guyana, Antigua and Trinidad and Tobago.

Among the lawbreaking Jamaicans was Alfred Wellington, who is currently serving 18 months in prison after he was convicted for forgery and overstaying his time in Guyana.

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Regrann from myjamaicatoday - A 51-year-old man, who was sent to prison for 20 years for rape, has won an appeal against his sentence and will instead serve 13 years after the Court of Appeal agreed that his initial sentence was excessive.

The appellant, David Roulston, had pleaded guilty to rape and grievous sexual assault in the St Catherine Circuit Court on April 28, 2015.

Allegations were that on the night of May 20, 2013, the complainant was awakened by the intrusion of a male voice in the sanctity of her bedroom.

The voice was telling her to wake up. She opened her eyes to find a man whom she knew before as “Rat,” later identified as the appellant, David Roulston, in her bedroom.

Roulston then proceeded to have sexual intercourse with her, against her will.
Two years later, the appellant was sentenced to 20 years’ imprisonment for rape and 10 years’ imprisonment for grievous sexual assault on May 6, 2015. Both sentences were ordered to run concurrently for 20 years.

According to the Court of Appeal ruling, Roulston through his attorney, Hugh Wilson applied for leave to appeal his sentence on a single ground that the “judge erred in law in sentencing the appellant to 20 years’ imprisonment for the offence of rape, which was harsh, unjust and manifestly excessive in the circumstances of the case.” Wilson further argued that “the learned judge employed a flawed methodology of sentencing that resulted in the appellant receiving an ‘excessive, unjust and harsh sentence.” In their assessment handed down recently, the Court of Appeal judges, consisting Justice Paulette Williams, Justice Marva McDonald-Bishop and Justice Almarie Sinclair-Haynes, agreed that “the learned judge erred in principle when she imposed the sentence of 20 years’ imprisonment for the offence of rape.” Read more here: http://ow.ly/17jk30kyuUo
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Regrann from myjamaicatoday - The St Ann Municipal Corporation (SAMC) is to move against roadside car sales lots.

Since late last year, the matter has come up several times in the Corporation with councillors saying the SAMC should act against them.

They have pointed to one of those at Drax Hall where several cars have been parked on a verge next to Epping Gas Station. Also others have been mentioned but some of those no longer exist.

At last Thursday’s (June 14) meeting of the SAMC, it was said that Minister of Local Government Desmond McKenzie had stated at the previous meeting that the Council should and could act against those car lots.

However, in discussions, it was said that Mr. McKenzie’s suggestion that the SAMC could use wreckers and move the cars was made on the understanding that the issue was vehicles blocking the thoroughfare and not necessarily cars put on the side of the road for display and sale.

After some debate the Council decided that the acting CEO was to make contact with the owners of the cars on the lots, through the telephone numbers on the cars. It is expected that the SAMC will advise of the intention to remove the cars by wrecker and that the car owners will voluntarily remove them from the roadsides.

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Regrann from myjamaicatoday - A Jamaican man is to be deported from the Cayman Islands after he serves his six-year prison sentence for hitting his supervisor on the head with a hammer.

The convict, 33-year-old Dain Damean McPherson, was sentenced on charges of wounding with intent last Wednesday, June 13.

According to the Cayman News Service (CNS), McPherson was going about his usual work routine at Foster’s Food Fair supermarket in Countryside Village when he attacked his boss on September 1, 2017. “McPherson had claimed self-defense but CCTV footage clearly showed the worker pick up the hammer, pursue and then attack his victim, hitting him on the head several times,” the Cayman News Service stated in an online report.

At the sentencing hearing, the presiding judge, Justice Michael Wood said he was not convinced by McPherson’s plea as it was clear he had the intention of doing harm to his victim. “The judge said it was clear from the CCTV footage that McPherson had attacked the supervisor with the hammer and caused him a severe head injury. And even when his co-workers had taken the hammer and disarmed him, he had picked up a knife, albeit for just a few seconds, illustrating further intent,” the Cayman News Service reported.

After reviewing the several statements and references indicating that the act was completely out of McPherson’s character, the judge jailed him for six years and recommended his deportation once he has served his time.

McPherson joins a long list of Jamaicans, who continue to breach the law in various countries within the Caribbean, including Barbados, Guyana, Antigua and Trinidad and Tobago.

Among the lawbreaking Jamaicans was Alfred Wellington, who is currently serving 18 months in prison after he was convicted for forgery and overstaying his time in Guyana.

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Regrann from myjamaicatoday - A 51-year-old man, who was sent to prison for 20 years for rape, has won an appeal against his sentence and will instead serve 13 years after the Court of Appeal agreed that his initial sentence was excessive.

The appellant, David Roulston, had pleaded guilty to rape and grievous sexual assault in the St Catherine Circuit Court on April 28, 2015.

Allegations were that on the night of May 20, 2013, the complainant was awakened by the intrusion of a male voice in the sanctity of her bedroom.

The voice was telling her to wake up. She opened her eyes to find a man whom she knew before as “Rat,” later identified as the appellant, David Roulston, in her bedroom.

Roulston then proceeded to have sexual intercourse with her, against her will.
Two years later, the appellant was sentenced to 20 years’ imprisonment for rape and 10 years’ imprisonment for grievous sexual assault on May 6, 2015. Both sentences were ordered to run concurrently for 20 years.

According to the Court of Appeal ruling, Roulston through his attorney, Hugh Wilson applied for leave to appeal his sentence on a single ground that the “judge erred in law in sentencing the appellant to 20 years’ imprisonment for the offence of rape, which was harsh, unjust and manifestly excessive in the circumstances of the case.” Wilson further argued that “the learned judge employed a flawed methodology of sentencing that resulted in the appellant receiving an ‘excessive, unjust and harsh sentence.” In their assessment handed down recently, the Court of Appeal judges, consisting Justice Paulette Williams, Justice Marva McDonald-Bishop and Justice Almarie Sinclair-Haynes, agreed that “the learned judge erred in principle when she imposed the sentence of 20 years’ imprisonment for the offence of rape.” Read more here: http://ow.ly/17jk30kyuUo
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Regrann from myjamaicatoday - Two people charged with the June 5 murder of Lorenzo Thomas, otherwise called ‘Chulups’ and ‘Israel’ in Cassava Piece, Kingston 8, are to appear in court today.

They are: 23-year-old Andre Hinds, a labourer of a Cassava Piece, Kingston 8 and a 16-year-old identified as the son of dancehall artiste David Brooks, popularly known as Mavado.

Last Friday police reported that the 16-year-old had been charged with murder, conspiracy to murder, arson, shooting with intent and illegal possession of firearm and ammunition, in connection to Thomas’ murder.

Hinds was slapped with similar charges.

Hinds and the Juvenile are scheduled to appear in the Corporate Area Criminal Court today, Monday, June 18.

Thomas was killed after tension rose in the community, with several violent acts being reported after Mavado was shot at in Cassava Piece, near Constant Spring.

In one of those incidents, police say that about 3:30 a.m., June 5, armed men allegedly kicked opened the door to the house of Lorenza Thomas, where they opened gunfire hitting him. A machete was used to inflict several chop wounds on Thomas before he was set ablaze.

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The St Ann Municipal Corporation (SAMC) is to move against roadside car sales lots.

Since late last year, the matter has come up several times in the Corporation with councillors saying the SAMC should act against them.

They have pointed to one of those at Drax Hall where several cars have been parked on a verge next to Epping Gas Station. Also others have been mentioned but some of those no longer exist.

At last Thursday’s (June 14) meeting of the SAMC, it was said that Minister of Local Government Desmond McKenzie had stated at the previous meeting that the Council should and could act against those car lots.

However, in discussions, it was said that Mr. McKenzie’s suggestion that the SAMC could use wreckers and move the cars was made on the understanding that the issue was vehicles blocking the thoroughfare and not necessarily cars put on the side of the road for display and sale.

After some debate the Council decided that the acting CEO was to make contact with the owners of the cars on the lots, through the telephone numbers on the cars. It is expected that the SAMC will advise of the intention to remove the cars by wrecker and that the car owners will voluntarily remove them from the roadsides.

http://ow.ly/OsSP30kz0mm
#JamaicaTodayLocalNewsMDN1 #JamaicanNews #CourtCase #StAnnMunicipalCorporation


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The two people charged with the murder of a man in Cassava Piece, in the Corporate Area, are to appear in court tomorrow, Tuesday, June 19.

Charged with the June 5 murder of Lorenzo Thomas, otherwise called ‘Chulups’ and ‘Israel’ in Cassava Piece, Kingston 8, are: 23-year-old Andre Hinds, a labourer of a Cassava Piece, Kingston 8 and a 16-year-old identified as the son of dancehall artiste David Brooks, popularly known as Mavado.

Police had said the men were to appear in the Corporate Area Criminal Court today. However, checks at the court this morning indicated that an error had been made and the men were not scheduled to go to court until tomorrow.

They are to appear in the Gun Court.

Hinds and the 16-year-old are charged with murder, conspiracy to murder, arson, shooting with intent and illegal possession of firearm and ammunition, in connection to Thomas’ murder.

Police say that about 3:30 a.m., June 5, armed men allegedly kicked opened the door to the house of Lorenza Thomas, where they opened gunfire hitting him. A machete was used to inflict several chop wounds on Thomas before he was set ablaze.

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#JamaicaTodayLocalNewsMDN1 #JamaicanNews #CourtCase #Charged


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A Jamaican man is to be deported from the Cayman Islands after he serves his six-year prison sentence for hitting his supervisor on the head with a hammer.

The convict, 33-year-old Dain Damean McPherson, was sentenced on charges of wounding with intent last Wednesday, June 13.

According to the Cayman News Service (CNS), McPherson was going about his usual work routine at Foster’s Food Fair supermarket in Countryside Village when he attacked his boss on September 1, 2017. “McPherson had claimed self-defense but CCTV footage clearly showed the worker pick up the hammer, pursue and then attack his victim, hitting him on the head several times,” the Cayman News Service stated in an online report.

At the sentencing hearing, the presiding judge, Justice Michael Wood said he was not convinced by McPherson’s plea as it was clear he had the intention of doing harm to his victim. “The judge said it was clear from the CCTV footage that McPherson had attacked the supervisor with the hammer and caused him a severe head injury. And even when his co-workers had taken the hammer and disarmed him, he had picked up a knife, albeit for just a few seconds, illustrating further intent,” the Cayman News Service reported.

After reviewing the several statements and references indicating that the act was completely out of McPherson’s character, the judge jailed him for six years and recommended his deportation once he has served his time.

McPherson joins a long list of Jamaicans, who continue to breach the law in various countries within the Caribbean, including Barbados, Guyana, Antigua and Trinidad and Tobago.

Among the lawbreaking Jamaicans was Alfred Wellington, who is currently serving 18 months in prison after he was convicted for forgery and overstaying his time in Guyana.

http://ow.ly/dvkt30kyCle
#JamaicaTodayLocalNewsMDN1 #JamaicanNews #CourtCase #JailTime


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A 51-year-old man, who was sent to prison for 20 years for rape, has won an appeal against his sentence and will instead serve 13 years after the Court of Appeal agreed that his initial sentence was excessive.

The appellant, David Roulston, had pleaded guilty to rape and grievous sexual assault in the St Catherine Circuit Court on April 28, 2015.

Allegations were that on the night of May 20, 2013, the complainant was awakened by the intrusion of a male voice in the sanctity of her bedroom.

The voice was telling her to wake up. She opened her eyes to find a man whom she knew before as “Rat,” later identified as the appellant, David Roulston, in her bedroom.

Roulston then proceeded to have sexual intercourse with her, against her will.
Two years later, the appellant was sentenced to 20 years’ imprisonment for rape and 10 years’ imprisonment for grievous sexual assault on May 6, 2015. Both sentences were ordered to run concurrently for 20 years.

According to the Court of Appeal ruling, Roulston through his attorney, Hugh Wilson applied for leave to appeal his sentence on a single ground that the “judge erred in law in sentencing the appellant to 20 years’ imprisonment for the offence of rape, which was harsh, unjust and manifestly excessive in the circumstances of the case.” Wilson further argued that “the learned judge employed a flawed methodology of sentencing that resulted in the appellant receiving an ‘excessive, unjust and harsh sentence.” In their assessment handed down recently, the Court of Appeal judges, consisting Justice Paulette Williams, Justice Marva McDonald-Bishop and Justice Almarie Sinclair-Haynes, agreed that “the learned judge erred in principle when she imposed the sentence of 20 years’ imprisonment for the offence of rape.” Read more here: http://ow.ly/17jk30kyuUo
#JamaicaTodayLocalNewsMDN1 #JamaicanNews #CourtCase #ReducedSentence


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Two people charged with the June 5 murder of Lorenzo Thomas, otherwise called ‘Chulups’ and ‘Israel’ in Cassava Piece, Kingston 8, are to appear in court today.

They are: 23-year-old Andre Hinds, a labourer of a Cassava Piece, Kingston 8 and a 16-year-old identified as the son of dancehall artiste David Brooks, popularly known as Mavado.

Last Friday police reported that the 16-year-old had been charged with murder, conspiracy to murder, arson, shooting with intent and illegal possession of firearm and ammunition, in connection to Thomas’ murder.

Hinds was slapped with similar charges.

Hinds and the Juvenile are scheduled to appear in the Corporate Area Criminal Court today, Monday, June 18.

Thomas was killed after tension rose in the community, with several violent acts being reported after Mavado was shot at in Cassava Piece, near Constant Spring.

In one of those incidents, police say that about 3:30 a.m., June 5, armed men allegedly kicked opened the door to the house of Lorenza Thomas, where they opened gunfire hitting him. A machete was used to inflict several chop wounds on Thomas before he was set ablaze.

http://ow.ly/hLbb30kypuQ
#JamaicaTodayLocalNewsMDN1 #JamaicanNews #CourtCase #Charged


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Experiencing a serious car accident can be a traumatizing and life-altering event. If you have persistent symptoms of #MentalAnguish after an accident, it's important to get the help you need and not ignore it. We discuss everything you should know about mental anguish damages, #EmotionalDistress claims, and the best way to prove them in court. Read more about it here: http://diamondlawbc.ca/damages-for-mental-anguish/ #diamondanddiamond


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The woman didn’t dispute that she checked her watch, but argued that she only ‘looked’ distracted because the #AppleWatch must be tapped twice to display the time. She also argued that because the watch was on her wrist, it counts as ‘securely mounted’ and therefore should be allowed to be viewed. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
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G-Worldwide Claims Ownership of Kizz Daniel's New Name @iamkizzdaniel
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In a recent press release, the former label of Nigerian music star, Kiss Daniel, laid claim over the singers new identity showing Trademark documents as evidence.
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They accused Kizz of lying to the media and have also vowed that in the next court meeting on the 26th of June they will be taking down all his works online not under the labels name which include his latest song, 'For You' with Wizkid.
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UK court orders Vijay Mallya to pay 200,000 pounds in costs to Indian banks trying to recover dues
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Today is X’s court day , you guys 😭😓🙏pray for him ( @apc.edits ) #edit #court #courtcase #xxxtentacion


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The Ottawa Senators have suspended Assistant GM Randy Lee until his court case has been completed. /// Les Sénateurs d’Ottawa avoir suspendre Adjoint GM Randy Lee jusqu’à son affaire judiciaire a est terminer. -
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Singer Kizz Daniel who was formerly known as Kiss Daniel changed his name after his departure from the record label G-Worldwide Entertainment.

The singer has for a while been in a court battle with the record label over an alleged breach of contract.

The record label had reportedly said the name change has no effect on the current court case. However, they have moved to file a trademark for the name “Kizz Daniel.” A document from the Federal Ministry of Trade and Investment granting the trademark was shared on Twitter by A&R @GbemiiEreku.

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EFIWE GOSSIP: G-Worldwide Claims Ownership of Kizz Daniel's New Name @iamkizzdaniel
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In a recent press release, the former label of Nigerian music star, Kiss Daniel, laid claim over the singers new identity showing Trademark documents as evidence.
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They accused Kizz of lying to the media and have also vowed that in the next court meeting on the 26th of June they will be taking down all his works online not under the labels name which include his latest song, 'For You' with Wizkid.
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TAG X💗 According to a non verified source.... x wasn't present at court today bc he wasn't required too however he will be required to be present at the grand jury on the 28th of June! @xxxtentacion @cleo_ohsojazzy AGAIN IDK HOWWW ACCURATE THIS IS!!


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G-Worldwide Claims Ownership of Kizz Daniel's New Name
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In a recent press release, the former label of Nigerian music star, Kiss Daniel, laid claim over the singers new identity showing Trademark documents as evidence.
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G-Worldwide Claims Ownership of Kizz Daniel's New Name
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>hei
>been awake 36hrs +
>3am, wipeee!
>went for walk
>Jeg heter Kristen Vikernes
>Jeg er Krist >do u lyk my hair?
>I lyk my coffee how I lyk my metulz >I lyk my coffee how I lyk my church
>no church just uni [this is so dumb this post]
Was listening to like, #suicideboys actually
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To był piękny proces.
Pozwali nas. Chcieli pieniądze za rzekomo niepełne wykonanie prac nad dziełem.
Rozwiązanie problemu polegało na odpowiedzi na pytanie - czy moja klientka mogła zaniechać dokończenia pracy nad projektem czy nie. A w konsekwencji czy druga strona była uprawniona do tzw. wykonania zastępczego - czyli mniej prawniczo mówiąc - zatrudnienia innej ekipy do dokończenia prac - na koszt mojej Klientki, którą teraz pozwano o zwrot pieniędzy zapłaconych zastępczej ekipie.
Na pierwszy rzut oka - praca wykonana? Nie.
Moja Klientka odmówiła dokończenia pracy? Tak.
Zastępcza ekipa dostała pieniądze i dokończyła pracę? Tak.

W takim razie jak to się stało, że wygraliśmy? Dwa słowa - prawo autorskie.
Dzieło, które miała dostarczyć moja Klientka miało być utworem w rozumieniu prawa autorskiego - a wiec zgodnie z ustawą - przejawem działalności twórczej o indywidualnym charakterze, ustalonym w jakiejkolwiek postaci, niezależnie od wartości, przeznaczenia i sposobu wyrażenia ( art. 1 ust. 1 ustawy prawo autorskie i prawa pokrewne ). Jednocześnie zamawiający był przekonany, że będzie mógł dyktować, jak to dzieło będzie wyglądało, mimo, że oczekiwał, że będzie ono wytworem autorskim mojej Klientki o indywidualnym charakterze.
Wyglądało to tak, jakby wymagać od Van Gogh'a, żeby Słoneczniki były trochę bardziej żółte, a tło czerwone zamiast niebieskiego, wciąż żądając, żeby się pod tym podpisał.
Wprowadzenie zmian zaproponowanych przez zamawiającego wypaczało projekt i jego autorskie założenia, więc dalsza współpraca nie miała sensu.

Nowa ekipa przyjęła zlecenie i zgodnie z wytycznymi zamawiającego wykonała zadanie. Czy tym razem dzieło też miało być autorskie, nie wiadomo, ale nie miało to większego znaczenia.
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I'm late on this issue but I just wanted to make sure I got my opinion out there... This is absolutely repulsive under no circumstances should a child be killed... Some day in this case the woman got the less harsh sentence for the same crime bit in my opinion being out to death is better than rotting away in jail especially for killing a child! #childabuse #courtcase #Republican #conservative #repulsive #disgusting #inhumane #gayrights #gayisokay #gays #gaysarepeopletoo #ihatepeople #democrats #liberals #imsorry #why #bbguns #torture #deathsentence #lifesentence #prison


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UFC Star Conor McGregor leaves Brooklyn Supreme Court on Thursday, June 14. He was in the court room for 25 seconds in hopes to cut a plea deal for his actions when he threw a shipping dolly through a bus window in April after a press conference at UFC 223 in Brooklyn. He posted $50,000 bail and can return to Ireland. He faces charges of three counts of assault and one count of criminal mischief. He said in a prepared statement. “I regret my actions that led me here today. I understand the seriousness of this matter and I am hopeful that it gets resolved soon. Thank you." #lloydmitchellphotography #onthestreetsinbrooklyn #photojournalisminnyc #ufc #mma #mmafighter #conormcgregor #photoessay #photographer #photooftheday #photographysouls #portraiture #portrait_shots #portrait_perfection #photographyislifee #sports #sportsphotography #journalism #photographyislife #espnwideworldofsports #courtcase #brooklynsupremecourt #celebrity #amnewsers


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Mixed martial arts fighter Conor McGregor, who has been charged with assault and criminal mischief, will appear again at a US court on 26 July.

The Irishman, 29, made a brief appearance at Brooklyn Criminal Court on Thursday afternoon in New York, where the new date was set.

McGregor, who has not yet entered a plea, is on bail following an incident at a UFC media day in April.

Negotiations between his lawyers and the District Attorney will continue.

The former two-weight champion was one of a group alleged to have vandalised a bus containing rival fighters. "I regret my actions that led me here today," McGregor said after Thursday's hearing.

McGregor, who was beaten by Floyd Mayweather in a boxing match in August 2017, has not fought in the UFC since knocking out Eddie Alvarez in November 2016.

Before Thursday's incident, he was stripped of his UFC lightweight title for being inactive.

McGregor is set to meet with UFC president Dana White on Monday. #conormcgregor #newyork #courtcase #trail


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Kesha’s defamation case with her estranged label head, Dr. Luke, has implicated two top stars, Lady Gaga and Katy Perry.

According to Billboard, the court documents filed in New York on behalf of Kesha — which seeks to understand what statements Luke’s team are alleging as defamatory in the producer’s $50 million defamation suit against Kesha — included an unredacted copy of a previously undisclosed text message between Kesha and Lady Gaga, in which Kesha claimed that Luke had raped Perry.

The messages reportedly was sent by Kesha to Gaga on Feb. 26, 2016.

In the court documents, Luke’s team said that Kesha had repeated her “false claim that [Luke] had raped her,” and then went on to add that “[Kesha] also falsely asserted that [Luke] had also raped Kathryn Hudson p/k/a Katy Perry… following this text message conversation, and with [Kesha’s] encouragement, [Lady Gaga] spread negative messages about [Luke] in the press and on social media.” The producer is denying the claims. His countersuit notes that Katy Perry and Lady Gaga have been deposed as part of the ongoing lawsuit.

Katy Perry, who worked with Luke on songs such as “I Kissed a Girl” and “Roar,” has never publicly accused Luke of rape. And so, yesterday, Wednesday (June 13), Luke’s legal team issued a statement addressing Kesha’s claims to Gaga regarding Perry, saying: “Katy Perry herself confirmed that Dr. Luke did not rape her. Kesha’s accusation to the contrary — just like her other outrageous lies about Dr. Luke — is baseless and irresponsible, and it is disrespectful to both Katy Perry and Dr. Luke. In his defamation lawsuit against Kesha, Dr. Luke seeks damages for the harm caused by these malicious falsehoods.” Katy Perry had yet to speak up as at press time.

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My crime case documentary obsession has taken on a life of its own, as I’m now juggling multiple series and a podcast. Being the trained investigator I am, I strongly considered white boarding my Forensic and Psychological analysis — because my Anthropology degree, Psych minor, and 1yr of Physical Anthropology Research Strategies studies obviously qualifies me to be a subject matter expert in this field — of “The Staircase” following Michael Peterson’s trial. Furthermore, my dedicated viewing of all 8 seasons of Dexter has provided me with a strong foundation in blood splatter analysis and sociopathic behaviors. Just so you know. 👩🏻🏫👩🏻‍⚕️ But I digress ... if you are remotely fascinated with court case files and enjoy digging deep into the abyss of evidence and testimonial gaps, along with questionable due process of the justice system, @serialpodcast is a MUST! Riveting. Thank you, @juliejohns for feeding my obsession. I look forward to our debrief! 👩🏻⚖️
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Regrann from myjamaicatoday - An exotic nightclub operator is among two men charged with the murder of a farmer from Craighead, Manchester in April.

The charred remains of 38-year-old David Blake was found inside his house on April 27.

Following an investigation, the police charged 25-year-old Nevan Small, otherwise called Gaza, an exotic nightclub operator and 27-year-old farmer, Ricardo Bennett, otherwise called Silver. Both accused men are from Manchester.

Blake was reportedly last seen alive by residents of Craighead on Tuesday, April 24. On Friday morning, April 27, their suspicions were aroused when Blake was not seen.

They subsequently discovered that his home was destroyed by fire. His charred remains were found inside.

A post-mortem report revealed that Blake was stabbed multiple times and decapitated before his house was set ablaze.

The accused men are to appear in court later this month.

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Mavado Defrauded Of Over 30million Dollars #mavado #gullygad #courtcase #dancehallmusic #reggae #jamaicanews Full review on DCSTV on YouTube


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Jamie Foxx is set to sue the woman who claimed he slapped her face with his penis in 2002.

According to TMZ, the actor has called the accusation an “absurd” lie, and now says he’s going after her, legally.

The accuser had reported to the authorities last wee that back in 2002, the actor allegedly assaulted her with his penis in Las Vegas, that she and a friend were attending a party at Jamie’s place when he tried to get her to perform oral sex. She claims when she refused, Jamie struck her in the face with his penis.

And speaking with TMZ, the accuser further added that after the alleged assault, one of Jamie’s friends told her she had to get out of the house. She claimed she went to a hospital the next day when she got back home to L.A. to get treatment for a severe panic attack.

While the Vegas police department has listed the case as an open investigation, the statute of limitations has long since run — it’s 3 years in Nevada.

Meanwhile, Jamie’s attorney, Allison Hart of Lavely & Singer, has shared this statement with TMZ: “Jamie emphatically denies that this incident ever occurred, and he will be filing a report with the Las Vegas Police Department against the woman for filing a false police report against him. The first time [Jamie] became aware of this woman’s absurd claims about an incident that supposedly occurred 16 years ago was when TMZ contacted his representatives [Tuesday] about this story.” The actor went ahead to add that “the alleged incident was not reported to law enforcement in 2002, or at any other time in the last 16 years until last Friday because the incident never happened.” Asked why she is talking about this assault now, the accuser said the #MeToo movement inspired her to finally file the police report. She also claims she wanted the alleged incident recorded in case other accusers come forward.

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#MeekMill's request to have the judge removed from his case was denied by the Pennsylvania Supreme Court. #rapalert #law #lawofattraction #lawyers #court #courtcase #criminalminds #rap #rapgame #rappers #rapmusic #justice #like4follow #StreetPhoto #photonews #streetmedia


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Regrann from myjamaicatoday - An exotic nightclub operator is among two men charged with the murder of a farmer from Craighead, Manchester in April.

The charred remains of 38-year-old David Blake was found inside his house on April 27.

Following an investigation, the police charged 25-year-old Nevan Small, otherwise called Gaza, an exotic nightclub operator and 27-year-old farmer, Ricardo Bennett, otherwise called Silver. Both accused men are from Manchester.

Blake was reportedly last seen alive by residents of Craighead on Tuesday, April 24. On Friday morning, April 27, their suspicions were aroused when Blake was not seen.

They subsequently discovered that his home was destroyed by fire. His charred remains were found inside.

A post-mortem report revealed that Blake was stabbed multiple times and decapitated before his house was set ablaze.

The accused men are to appear in court later this month.

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Regrann from myjamaicatoday - A 24-year-old construction worker is to be released from custody after the Appeals Court reduced his seven-year prison sentence to three years.

The appellant, Courtney McLeod, had served three years of his sentence for wounding with intent following his conviction on February 11, 2015.

McLeod was convicted of stabbing a fourth form student of Calabar High School on Washington Boulevard on July 3, 2012. The complainant was hospitalized for four days.

At the end of his trial almost three years later, McLeod was found guilty and was sentenced to seven years’ imprisonment by Justice Vinnette Graham-Allen on March 20, 2015.

He appealed on the grounds that the seven-year sentence was “manifestly excessive.” At the appeal hearing, attorney Ian Wilkinson argued that the judge, in sentencing McLeod, made an error when she took into account his age of 21 at the time of the trial. The attorney further submitted that the judge should have instead taken into account that the appellant was 18 years old at the time of the stabbing incident.

In their assessment handed down last month, the Court of Appeal judges Justice Paulette Williams, Justice Patrick Brooks and Justice Leighton Pusey, agreed with the submissions that the judge failed to take into account the appellant’s age at the time of the offence.

The judges further agreed that the sentence was excessive and “the appellant had made good his contention that this was a proper case in which we (the Appeal Court judges) should disturb the sentence passed by the judge below, notwithstanding this court’s traditional reluctance to do so.” As a result, McLeod’s initial sentence of seven years was reduced to three years, which was ordered to have commenced on March 20, 2015. McLeod has already served that sentence and has been subsequently released from prison.

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Regrann from myjamaicatoday - Five months after two security guards were shot to death in Annotto Bay, St Mary, the police have charged a suspect.

The man charged is Charles Hamilton, alias Thuggy Thuggy, a reputed gang leader from Annotto Bay. He had been listed for the past two years as one of Jamaica’s most wanted men.

He was eventually apprehended at a service station along Constant Spring Road in St Andrew on April 27.

Detectives charged Hamilton late last month with the murders of 57-year-old Vincent Walsh of Crooked River in Annotto Bay and 40-year-old Cleve Grant of Buff Bay, Portland.

Investigators said Hamilton, along with his cronies, attacked the men at a D&G warehouse on Fort George Road at about 12:30 a.m. on December 8, 2017.

One of the guards, Cleve Grant was shot in the head while Vincent Walsh was shot and stabbed.

Hamilton has also been charged in connection with the death of Howard McGovan, a farmer from Stony Hill, St. Andrew who was shot dead on September 14, 2017.

Hamilton, who escaped from the Islington Police Station in St Mary on August 11, 2016, is to begin serving his 15- year prison sentence for shooting with intent after he was found guilty in the St Mary Circuit Court prior to his escape.

Police investigators expect to interrogate the gangster about several other murders and shooting incidents that occurred in Annotto Bay and the parish of St Andrew while he was on the run.

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Regrann from myjamaicatoday - Tina Francis and Shawna McDowell two women before the court on larceny charges were each granted an extension of their bail when they appeared before the Corporate Area Criminal Court on Tuesday.

The two women pleaded not guilty when the Clerk of Court Hansard Lawson read the allegations to parish judge Maxine Ellis. They are to return to court on July 24, 2018.

The allegations are that between May 1 and May 30, 2017, Francis and McDowell in conjunction with an employee at York Pharmacy conducted refund transactions which were unauthorized purchases made by customers. They and two other suspects then pocketed the cash.

Lawson told the judge that the pharmacy lost $190,000 from the scheme.

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Regrann from myjamaicatoday - A trial date has been set for Audley Williams who allegedly used a crate to hit a woman in the back during an argument between them on May 15. Williams, a vendor who operates in downtown Kingston, pleaded not guilty when he appeared in the Corporate Area Criminal Court on Tuesday.

He is to return to court on July 4 for trial.

Clerk of Court Hansard Lawson told Parish Judge Maxine Ellis that the court is still awaiting a medical report to complete the case file. The complainant, also a vendor downtown, said that she has been experiencing severe pain since the attack.

The complainant said she had not seen a doctor and was ordered by the judge to obtain a medical report for the court to determine how much the accused man should pay for medical expenses.

Lawson also disclosed that both the accused and the complainant have been squatting in the downtown area illegally and have not been formally registered. In response, Judge Ellis made an order for the police to clear up the area in order to resolve the issue.

The allegations are that Williams and the complainant got into an argument over space. The police report that the argument escalated and Williams used a crate to hit the complainant in the back and shoulder.

Williams has denied all allegations and said that no one was there when the incident occurred. However, the complainant said she reported the incident to policemen who were on bicycle patrol. http://ow.ly/PTZQ30knCmZ
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Regrann from myjamaicatoday - A woman drew the ire of a judge when she attempted to blame the devil for her stealing a bottle of honey from Brooklyn Supermarket. “A di devil mek me dweet, your honour,” said Audrey Peterkin, who was answering to a charge of simple larceny when she appeared before the Corporate Area Criminal Court on Tuesday.

Her statement angered Parish Judge Maxine Ellis. “A lot of people blame the devil for things, this is one such thing he is not to be blamed for,” the judge replied. Peterkin pleaded guilty when the Clerk of Court Hansard Lawson read the allegations against her. She is to return to court on July 6 for sentencing.

Peterkin stole a bottle of honey from the Brooklyn Supermarket at 11 Hope Road. She hid the honey under her blouse but her actions were captured on a security camera. As she attempted to exit, a security guard confronted her, searched her and the stolen bottle of honey found.

She was eventually arrested and charged by the police.

Peterkin denied hiding the honey in her clothing claiming that she had hidden it in her traveling bag.

When the judge asked her to explain her actions, Peter said, “Sorry, your honour”.
Lawson also informed the judge that Peterkin had been before the court on a similar charge after she stole several sheets from Hilo Supermarket in Half-Way Tree. “A long time dat!” Peterkin declared, prompting the judge to ask “Are you a regular shoplifter, madam?” She ordered a social inquiry report on Peterkin to be ready in time for sentencing.

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“In 1958, two residents of Virginia, Mildred Jeter, a black woman, and Richard Loving, a white man, were married in the District of Columbia. The Lovings returned to Virginia shortly thereafter. The couple was then charged with violating the state’s antimiscegenation statute, which banned inter-racial marriages. The Lovings were found guilty and sentenced to a year in jail (the trial judge agreed to suspend the sentence if the Lovings would leave Virginia and not return for 25 years.)”

“Question: Did Virginia’s antimiscegenation law violate the Equal Protection Clause of the Fourteenth Amendment?”

“Yes. In a unanimous decision, the Court held that distinctions drawn according to race were generally ‘odious to a free people’ and were subject to ‘the most rigid scrutiny’ under the Equal Protection Clause. The Virginia law, the Court found, had no legitimate purpose ‘independent of invidious racial discrimination.’ The Court rejected the state's argument that the statute was legitimate because it applied equally to both blacks and whites and found that racial classifications were not subject to a ‘rational purpose’ test under the Fourteenth Amendment. The Court also held that the Virginia law violated the Due Process Clause of the Fourteenth Amendment. ‘Under our Constitution,’ wrote Chief Justice Earl Warren, ‘the freedom to marry, or not marry, a person of another race resides with the individual, and cannot be infringed by the State.’”

(Source: https://www.oyez.org/cases/1966/395)

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Jury Duty... let’s do this.... #wonderwoman #juryduty #civicduty
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Hasbro has Trademarked the Scent of Playdoh. Attorney Don Dennis & Creative Director Luis Hurtado cover the methods of Trademarking different aspects of your business.

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i always believed true love from your soul was to be altruistic and putting others above yourself, but than you learn always putting others before you destroys you, so you learn to become a self protecting loveless soul just out of self preservation, a loose/loose you either truly love others as it kills you or putting your own oxygen mask on for yourself and become just as loveless and soulless as everyone else... i call this chapter..... :/ -RanDoM #highinacourtroom #lovequotes #lovepoems #truelove #courtroom #courtcase #selfless #selfish #souless #loveless #illalwaysloveyou #illalwaysthankyou #illalways #why #behonest #narcopathic #god #bpd #bipolar #relationshipswithbpd #theoneilove #illalwaysmissyou #goodbye #theend


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