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  1. E. Democrats were the losers of that case in Texas... thought provoking, non?

    5 Answers · Politics & Government · 21/05/2010

  2. There's no real distinction. It just depends on which state you're in. There may be some philosophical difference as to whether wrongdoers are being punished by the government or by their fellow citizens, but it ultimately...

    4 Answers · Politics & Government · 22/06/2012

  3. ..., the Queen), or in the USA, it would be The People v Smith or State of X v Smith. For example, if I steal...

    2 Answers · Politics & Government · 18/10/2015

  4. ...vary slightly state to state, but here is the typical scenario: Criminal People v. Smith or State v. Smith If you're referring to a case...

    1 Answers · Politics & Government · 08/01/2009

  5. ...the first four books were heavily directed by those people. With the Return trilogy, LJ Smith started writing Delena (Damon and Elena) more...

    3 Answers · Arts & Humanities · 20/02/2011

  6. ...protect society from harm, and are punished by the government. So Smith v. Johnson could never be the case caption for a criminal case, unless there ...

    5 Answers · Politics & Government · 11/05/2011

  7. ... only feel pain for themselves. Other people just get in the way of what they want, or are ...child begins to "disassociate." Susan Smith was sexually abused by her stepfather...

    5 Answers · Society & Culture · 22/12/2008

  8. ...literally leaned left the entire 5+ hr flight. I feel bad that obese/overweight people are required to purchase a second seat, but I don'...

    2 Answers · Travel · 16/02/2010

  9. ...dont listen to his music that much, but i know plenty of people who are fans.. and i'd noticed he.... huh... the last person who told me elliot smith was their favorite.... was a happy 8 year...

    2 Answers · Entertainment & Music · 10/04/2013

  10. People=County prosecutor (DA/State Attorney)bringing charges, usually criminal. State of=state prosecutor (attorney general) bringing charges, often civil.

    1 Answers · Politics & Government · 27/07/2013

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