Baldus


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Baldus

 

Born 1327; died 1400. Medieval Italian jurist, student of Bartolus, and representative of the postglossator school.

Baldus enjoyed great authority as a professor and practicing lawyer. His lectures on Roman and canonical law, his practical guide to trial procedure, and particularly his five volumes of legal decisions are an important source on law during the age of feudalism.

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In an email, Minnetronix spokesperson Carolyn Baldus called the public parking lot "a critical first step for us" and said the company is still hammering out long-range plans that guide the upcoming expansion.
Of special interest is a chapter on race and the death penalty, which centers on discussion of the Baldus Study and the Supreme Court's decision in McCleskey.
For decades, social scientists and historians have convincingly documented how racism, and especially anti-Black racism, has shaped the use of the death penalty (Baldus et al.
"Such experiences are lasting and emotional," says Holger Baldus, Managing Director of Marco Polo Reisen.
Apart from this, the human casualties are the primary motive of confrontation (Baldus, 2004).
We saw that the trial judge in McCleskey misappraised the value of the Baldus study showing of racial disparity in capital outcomes in Georgia, as did the trial judge evaluating the evidence of racial disparity in capital outcomes in Connecticut.
Sport hunting of African lions is important to the species' conservation in many countries (Baldus and Cauldwell 2004, Lindsey et al.
Os Kaingang foram objeto de estudo etnografico e etnologico na primeira metade do seculo XX, por Nimuendaju (1993 [1913]), Baldus (1979 [1937]) e Schaden (1959).