MANAGE ORDERS | LOGIN | ORDER NOW

Case-brief-People-v.-Shaughnessy

Posted by:Prof. Lexx Posted on:Apr 25,2016

Case Title and Citation

            People v. Shaughnessy

319 N.Y.S. 2D 626

District Court, Nassua County, Third District

March 16, 1971

 

Procedural History

The defendant motioned for a mistrial on the grounds that the statute she was arrested under is             unconstitutional. Since the court would find the statute Malum Prohibitum, Actus Reus was         used as a basis for dismissal.


Prof. Lexx

Overview I have a Bachelor of Arts, majoring in English and minoring in History. I have worked in various fields ranging from academic research to freelance translating to editing to customer support and data entry. These include editing my old university's newspaper as well as co-leading their creative writing team; serving as a junior member in the history department's research network; publishing music and film reviews for several different magazines and webzines; and translating papers and books for numerous researchers in various languages, including Russian, Spanish, and Romanian. I am also a skilled typist, with a rate of at least 70 words per minute, and have myself digitized dozens of books and essays for both private and commercial use. I have a very strong work ethic, and make sure to prioritize the task I am given so that it is completed as quickly as possible. I am organized and disciplined, ensuring a job done professionally and efficiently.

    I have a background of 8 years in writing profession and currently pursuing also as an editor and proofreader. I have a knack for writing and thus, it was obvious to enhance my skills and serve others. Currently joined ‘Member of Association of Professional Writers and Editors’ a

    Pro Alex
    USA