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  • 1bringing to trial — index prosecution (criminal trial) Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 2Trial of Joan of Arc — The Trial of Joan of Arc, which took place before an English backed church court in Rouen, France in the first half of the year 1431 was, by general consensus, one of the most significant and moving trials ever conducted in human history. It… …

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  • 3Bringing Down the House (film) — Infobox Film name = Bringing Down the House caption = Theatrical release poster director = Adam Shankman producer = Queen Latifah writer = Jason Filardi starring = Steve Martin Queen Latifah music = Lalo Schifrin cinematography = Julio Macat… …

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  • 4Trial and conviction of Alfred Dreyfus — The trial and conviction of Alfred Dreyfus was the event that instigated the Dreyfus Affair, a political scandal which divided France during the 1890s and early 1900s. It involved the wrongful conviction of Dreyfus, a Jewish military officer, for …

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  • 5bringing action to trial — Serving note of issue or taking any other step necessary and proper for the purpose of placing the case on the trial calendar and having it tried before court or jury, as the case may be …

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  • 6Brought to trial — means to calendar a legal case for a hearing, or to bring a defendant to the bar of justice. The simplest definition is the commencement of the trial in a court by formally calling and swearing in of the witnesses to initiate the trial… …

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  • 7Operation Bringing Home the Goods — Part of the Second Intifada Date March 14, 2006 Location Jericho, West Bank R …

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  • 8Scopes Trial — Coordinates: 35°29′41.74″N 85°00′45.63″W / 35.4949278°N 85.012675°W / 35.4949278; 85.012675 …

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  • 9Pan Am Flight 103 bombing trial — The Pan Am Flight 103 bombing trial began on May 3, 2000, which was 11 years, four months and 13 days after the blowing up of Pan Am Flight 103 on December 21, 1988.A Scottish High Court of Justiciary was purpose built at the neutral venue of… …

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  • 10Darwin on Trial —   …

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  • 11Snoop Doggy Dogg Trial — His debut album, Doggystyle, released several months after the shooting incident, sold over five million copies [http://www.allmusic.com/cg/amg.dll?p=amg sql=10:hnftxqrgldse] .The notoriety of Snoop Dogg s impending trial fed his celebrity and… …

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  • 12The Trial (song) — Song infobox Name = The Trial Artist = Pink Floyd Album = The Wall Released = 30 November 1979 (US), 8 December 1979 (UK) track no = 12 of disc 2 Recorded = April November, 1979 Genre = Art rock/Progressive rock/Symphonic rock/Hard rock Length =… …

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  • 13High Court of Justice for the trial of Charles I — The High Court of Justice is the name given to the court established by the Rump Parliament to try King Charles I of England. This was an ad hoc tribunal created specifically for the purpose of trying the king, although the same name was used… …

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  • 14The Trial of R. Kelly — Infobox Boondocks Episode Title = The Trial of R. Kelly Caption = R. Kelly supporter being interviewed. Airdate = November 13, 2005 Season no. = 1 Episode no. = 2 Production no. = 101 Writer = Rodney Barnes Aaron McGruder Director = Anthony Bell… …

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  • 15Kano Trovafloxacin trial litigation — In 1996 Pfizer conducted tests of the drug trovafloxacin in Nigeria on one hundred children (Source of number: http://www.irinnews.org/PrintReport.aspx?ReportId=72601 link leads to UN IRIN news report), five of whom died. Many others suffered… …

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  • 16Nelson Mandela — Mandela redirects here. For other uses, see Mandela (disambiguation). His Excellency Nelson Mandela OM AC CC OJ …

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  • 17prosecution — pros·e·cu·tion /ˌprä si kyü shən/ n 1: the act or process of prosecuting; esp: the institution and carrying on of a criminal action involving the process of seeking formal charges against a person and pursuing those charges to final judgment 2:… …

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  • 18Malgré-nous — The term Malgré nous (French: literally “despite ourselves” or “in spite of our will”) refers to men of the Alsace Lorraine region who were forcibly conscripted into the German Wehrmacht or in the Waffen SS, during the Second World War. Based on… …

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  • 19Josip Broz Tito — Tito redirects here. For other uses, see Tito (disambiguation). Marshal Josip Broz Tito 1st President of Yugoslavia …

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  • 20prosecuting — adj. pertaining to prosecution, of bringing to trial, of filing a legal action pros·e·cute || prÉ‘sɪkjuːt / prÉ’ v. put on trial, try in a court; file a legal action; conduct, carry out an activity; persist, continue, carry on …

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