Gathering Evidence

Author: Caoilinn Hughes
Publisher: Carcanet
ISBN: 9781847772817
Release Date: 2014-02-27
Genre: Poetry

With pinpoint accuracy, virtuosity and humour, Caoilinn Hughes aligns scientific and poetic venturing. In this striking debut collection she focuses on moments of discovery, from the first controlled nuclear reaction to the shape of an avalanche as witnessed from its catchment area. These are epiphanies with consequences.

Gathering Evidence

Author: Thomas Bernhard
Publisher: Vintage
ISBN: 0679738096
Release Date: 1993
Genre: Literary Criticism

The author chronicles his early life in this account of growing up, an unwanted child, in Austria, from the terrors of the prewar years to the anarchy of the occupation

EU Cross border Gathering and Use of Evidence in Criminal Matters

Author: Gert Vermeulen
Publisher: Maklu
ISBN: 9789046603437
Release Date: 2010
Genre: Law

The European Councii-set out the 2007 specific program on `Criminal Justice' as; Part of the General Programon Fundament Rights and justice. The concrete objectives of the program include the promotion of the principle of mutual recognition and mutual trust, eliminating obstacles created by disparities between member states judicial systems and improving knowledge of member states legal and judicial systems in criminal matters and the exchange and dissemination of good practice. As part of this program, the European Commission awarded a contract to the Institute of international Research on Criminal Policy to conduct the study this book comprises the results of. The initial aim of the study was to obtain up to date information on the national laws of the EU member states on the gathering and handling of evidence and to analyse that information in the light of recent developments in legislation governing cross-border transmission of evidence, in particular the 2008 European Evidence Warrant in addition, it was the intention of the European Commission to initiate preparatory work on a legal instrument that would expand the scope of application of the European Evidence Warrant in order to further replace the existing regime of mutual legal assistance within the EU by a mechanism based on the mutual recognition principle. As a result, the study was broadened as to also assess whether or not a mutual recognition-based EU mutual legal assistance regime is desirable and feasible. Whereas the Green Paper on obtaining evidence in criminal matters (issued in 2009 by the European Commission) raises general questions on the matter, this book provides an in-depth and full-scale overview of the current situation relating to cross-border gathering, obtaining and admissibility of evidence in criminal matters between the EU member states, as well as clear-cut future legal and policy options. This book is essential reading for EU policy makers, judicial and law enforcement authorities throughout the EU and from a broader international context. It will be particularly appealing also to the research community and anyone involved in or taking an interest in criminal policy initiatives in the EU.

International Criminal Justice

Author: Michael Bohlander
Publisher: Cameron May
ISBN: 9781905017447
Release Date: 2007-01-01
Genre: Criminal justice, Administration of

Summary: "Written by seasoned scholars and practitioners, this collection of essays provides a most comprehensive analysis of the institutional dynamics and political underpinnings of international criminal justice. They explore and provide critical comment on the main institutional difficulties experienced by International Tribunals."--Publisher description.

Fraud Auditing and Forensic Accounting

Author: Tommie W. Singleton
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 9780470053720
Release Date: 2006-12-05
Genre: Business & Economics

Get the latest tools in fraud auditing and get rid of fraud in your organization With the responsibility of detecting and preventing fraud placed directly on the accounting profession, you are responsible for recognizing fraud and learning the tools and strategies necessary to stop it. Fraud Auditing and Forensic Accounting, Third Edition shows you how to develop an investigative eye toward both internal and external fraud and provides crucial information on how to deal with it when discovered. This authoritative, timely book equips auditors, investigators, corporate attorneys, and accountants to identify the signs of financial fraud and successfully investigate it. This new edition will enable you to: Recognize the characteristics of organizations in which fraud is likely to occur Detect and deter accounting fraud, using the most recently developed techniques Conduct an efficient, systematic fraud investigation Use the latest methods for documenting fraud and preparing evidence-and much more PRAISE FOR Fraud Auditing and Forensic Accounting, Third Edition "An excellent primer for developing and implementing an antifraud program as part of a SOX 404, fraud prevention and detection process. A clear and concise history of fraud and the methods needed to deter it now and for the future. It is like having a professor on call and in your office when you need one. Well written with easy-to-understand definitions and examples, this is a must-read for anyone who is putting a financial investigation unit in place." —George Mullins, CFE, HealthSouthInternal Audit Manager and Project Manager, Antifraud Program "The book is an excellent anti-fraud resource for those professionals charged with the responsibility of detecting, investigating, and preventing fraud. I also highly recommend it to educators as a prospective textbook for a semester-long course in macro fraud examination." —Thomas Buckhoff, PhD, CPA, CFE, Associate Professor of Forensic Accounting, Georgia Southern University, and Principal, FraudWise, LLC "This book, better than any other in print, hits the subject areas I cover in my fraud examination and forensic accounting class. The authors have done a great job of presenting complicated terms and techniques in a manner for students to understand. I particularly like the presentation of a fraud's endgame, namely the court case that recovers assets and puts these creeps in jail." —Douglas E. Ziegenfuss, Professor and Chair, Department of Accounting,Old Dominion University

Causality

Author: Phyllis Illari
Publisher: OUP Oxford
ISBN: 9780191639685
Release Date: 2014-10-02
Genre: Mathematics

Head hits cause brain damage - but not always. Should we ban sport to protect athletes? Exposure to electromagnetic fields is strongly associated with cancer development - does that mean exposure causes cancer? Should we encourage old fashioned communication instead of mobile phones to reduce cancer rates? According to popular wisdom, the Mediterranean diet keeps you healthy. Is this belief scientifically sound? Should public health bodies encourage consumption of fresh fruit and vegetables? Severe financial constraints on research and public policy, media pressure, and public anxiety make such questions of immense current concern not just to philosophers but to scientists, governments, public bodies, and the general public. In the last decade there has been an explosion of theorizing about causality in philosophy, and also in the sciences. This literature is both fascinating and important, but it is involved and highly technical. This makes it inaccessible to many who would like to use it, philosophers and scientists alike. This book is an introduction to philosophy of causality - one that is highly accessible: to scientists unacquainted with philosophy, to philosophers unacquainted with science, and to anyone else lost in the labyrinth of philosophical theories of causality. It presents key philosophical accounts, concepts and methods, using examples from the sciences to show how to apply philosophical debates to scientific problems.

Art of Advocacy Series Preparation of the Case

Author: David B. Baum
Publisher: LexisNexis
ISBN: 9781579112721
Release Date: 2019-01-25
Genre: Law

A planning guide that takes you from the moment the potential client steps into your office, through all aspects of case preparation, to the moment you step before the judge as an advocate. Covers in detail: • Initial client interview • Investigation of the case • Gathering evidence • Case organization • Initiating lawsuits • Preserving the attorney-client relationship • Retaining an expert • Preparation of demonstrative evidence • Final 100 days First published in 1981. 1 Volume; updated with revisions.

A Guide to Forensic Accounting Investigation

Author: Thomas W. Golden
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 9780471730323
Release Date: 2006-05-05
Genre: Business & Economics

Today's demanding marketplace expects auditors to takeresponsibility for fraud detection, and this expectation is buoyedby such legislation as the Sarbanes-Oxley Act and the AuditingStandard (SAS99), which requires increased performance on the partof the auditor to find material financial statement fraud. Written by three of the best forensic accountants and auditors,Thomas W. Golden, Steven L. Skalak, and Mona M. Clayton, TheAuditor's Guide to Forensic Accounting Investigation exploresexactly what assurances auditors should provide and suggestsalternatives to giving the capital markets more of what they arerequiring-greater assurances that the financial statements theyrely upon for investment decisions are free of material error,including fraud. It reveals the surprising complexity of frauddeterrence, detection, and investigation, and offers a step-by-stepapproach to understanding that complexity. From basic techniques to intricate tests and technologies, TheAuditor's Guide to Forensic Accounting Investigation is a rich,multifaceted, and fascinating answer to the need for wiser,savvier, better-trained financial statement and internal auditorswho are thoroughly familiar with fraud detection techniques and theintricate, demanding work of forensic accounting specialists.

Teaching Learning and Assessing Science 5 12

Author: Wynne Harlen
Publisher: SAGE
ISBN: 9781446203903
Release Date: 2005-11-09
Genre: Education

`Professor Harlen has, once again, provided the leading text on primary science. This eminently readable book sets out a clear account of our understanding of learning, teaching and assessment and, through the skilful use of examples, explores the implications of this for science teachers of pupils aged five to 12. By emphasizing the importance of research evidence and the way in which it should underpin practice, this new edition challenges everyone involved in science education to reflect again on whether we are providing the most appropriate learning opportunities for our pupils. It is certainly a book which will be highly recommended, referred to on many occasions and used extensively' - Dr Derek Bell, Chief Executive, The Association for Science Education This thoroughly revised and completely up-to-date new edition provides an excellent theoretical framework for teaching science that is firmly grounded in classroom practice and covers all stages of education for students aged five to 12 years. The author details a constructivist view of learning, which recognizes that children already have ideas about the world in which they live, and gives advice on how teachers can help children to develop their understanding and change their perception to a more scientific view. A particular feature is the focus on formative assessment as a framework for discussion on how to help students develop their understanding, enquiry skills and positive attitudes to scientific investigation. The wide range of topics covered include: The nature of students' learning in science The goals of science education Gathering and interpreting information about students' 's ideas Helping development of scientific ideas Gathering and interpreting evidence of students' enquiry skills and attitudes Strategies for helping development of students' qnquiry skills and attitudes The learner's role in learning Summarising and reporting learning Motivating learning Teachers and children's questions Resources for learning science Managing science in the school Each chapter features useful summaries, points for reflection and further reading, making this acclaimed book indispensable reading for all primary and practitioners and students who want a book that will authoritatively inform, inspire and instruct their science teaching.

The Heinemann Science Scheme

Author: Ian Bradley
Publisher: Heinemann
ISBN: 043558247X
Release Date: 2002
Genre: Chemistry

This is a single textbook for Chemistry in Year 9. A compendium volume is also available, which covers Biology, Chemistry and Physics in one text.A Teacher's Resource File is available for Year 9, which can be used with this single text, or with the compendium volume.

Cyber Forensics

Author: Jr., Albert Marcella
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 142000011X
Release Date: 2002-01-23
Genre: Business & Economics

Given our increasing dependency on computing technology in daily business processes, and the growing opportunity to use engineering technologies to engage in illegal, unauthorized, and unethical acts aimed at corporate infrastructure, every organization is at risk. Cyber Forensics: A Field Manual for Collecting, Examining, and Preserving Evidence o

Out of the Courtroom into the Father s House

Author: Allyn Benedict
Publisher: WestBow Press
ISBN: 9781449742423
Release Date: 2012-03-22
Genre: Religion

THE TRUTH Most Christians are acquainted with these patterns of behavior: relentless fault-finding, gossip, and the tendency to be easily offended. Out of the Courtroom exposes the root of these destructive patterns: idolatry. Every human lives as an idola counterfeit judge who presides over his or her own lifeuntil the coming of Jesus Christ and his enthronement on the judgment seat of the human heart. For a Christian, it cannot be surprising that this idolatry reigns in the world. But the hard truth is that destructive human judgment is easily observable in the life and witness of the Church and its membersa fundamental part of our disposition toward ourselves and others which robs us of much of our freedom in Jesus Christ and severely inhibits our formation into his likeness. THE CHALLENGE Anyone who desires to become a living witness to the Lordship of Jesus Christ and to know the freedom and power of life lived as a child of God must come to terms with this: unless Jesus is your only judge, he is not your only Lord. Out of the Courtroom, Into the Fathers House is a profound and vital teaching for the Church of Christ. This revelation of the far-reaching significance and true meaning of Jesus words do not judge illuminates a path of personal healing and liberation. Even more importantly, it opens a powerful way for the Church to live in the grace and truth of Jesus Christ whom she embodies. Dr. Linda Stalley, co-leader, the Maranatha Community, UK

Self same Songs

Author: Roger J. Porter
Publisher: U of Nebraska Press
ISBN: 0803287674
Release Date: 2002
Genre: Literary Criticism

Self-Same Songs constitutes a major contribution to the growing literary study of autobiography. Using a range of authors, including Homer, Edward Gibbon, Benjamin Franklin, Somerset Maugham, Franz Kafka, and Eug_ne Delacroix, Roger J. Porter offers a broad-based examination of the autobiography and the varied techniques used by its practitioners over time. In a style that is both graceful and erudite, Porter focuses on the diverse motivations and rhetorical functions that the act of self-writing serves for particular writers. He reflects on the texts not only as an exploration of self-identity but also as the writers' attempts to modify the life in the act of writing about it. Then, stepping out of his critical role, Porter ends each chapter with an autobiographical discussion of his professional and personal engagement with the autobiographer under discussion, creating an intriguing and absorbing literary autobiography within the critical text.