Plans to use telephone intercepts and other operations in court in terrorist cases won't work and could jeopardise the work of British agents, argues former intelligence officer Rod Richards THE case against allowing information from telephone intercepts, and other technical operations, being produced in courts of law
as evidence is compelling for several reasons.
May 31 /PRNewswire/ -- "I believe that Arthur Andersen could have stayed in business, while legal matters proceeded, if its leadership had considered the court of public opinion to be as important as the courts of law
," said Jonathan Bernstein, president of national consultancy Bernstein Crisis Management, http://www.
The impact of Freudian psychoanalysis on the interpretation of father-daughter incest in courts of law
, the social sciences and child-serving agencies during the postwar period was not, as has commonly been assumed, to uniformly silence discussion and prosecution.
Courts of law
have been busy recently deciding where plagiarism and piracy stop and creativity and originality begin in the literary world.
For a scientific theory, no matter how legitimate, to move forward legally and politically, the theory must be subjected to continuous scrutiny and must be able to stand before the courts of law
and politics before it can actually change human nature.
Until his death, Hiss pressed for vindication - both in courts of law
and in the court of public opinion.