Firearms regulation: A historical overview
Gun regulation is a constant component of American law, running from the first settlements in the Chesapeake to the present. Until the middle of the 20th century, American gun laws had a coherent and clear goal of limiting access to firearms to reliable citizens, but since World War II, efforts at gun regulation are usually prevented by the polarizing enthusiasm for guns among a large segment of the country's population.
Publication Name: Crime & Justice (Chicago, Ill)
Managing catastrophe risk
Risk Mitigation Measures are discussed with emphasis on their use and potential benefits. A study confirms that these investment measures would benefit insurers and property owners to reduce the risks from hurricanes and earthquakes.
Publication Name: Regulation
Immigrants, Culture, and American Courts: A Typology of Legal Strategies and issues in cases involving Vietnamese and Hmong Litigants
The authors examine the use of cultural differences as a legal defence in criminal and civil cases. Topics include Vietnamese immigrants in court, cross-cultural miscommunications, and normative conflict.
Publication Name: Criminal Justice Review
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