Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 1/28/2019

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 534
ISBN : 9781728383309
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 534
ISBN : 9781728383293
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 534
ISBN : 9781728383286

About the Book

This book addresses three Roman law principles and is based on them. It is presented in three forms, the first (Imprudentia—Dolus Malus) is a dialogue between a Caesar and his beloved praetor and is more an impressionist work on Roman legal reforms rather than a purist academic treatise. It expounds on the legal principle of Imprudentia and the consequences of unwise, injudicious, incautious, unwary, ill-considered, ill-judged, ill-conceived, impolitic, misguided, ill-advised, thoughtless, unthinking, imprudent, shortsighted, foolish, careless, hasty, overhasty, rash, reckless, heedless, foolhardy actions in the judicial sphere. The second part is based on the Latin expression “casus belli,” meaning an act or event that provokes or is used to justify war and literally that which makes a case for war. A casus belli comes into play and involves direct offences against a nation, declaring the war. The poetical expressions explore the Indo-Greek myths, legends, thinking, and philosophies on a day-to-day basis in a normal Indo-Greek household, where Alexander the Great is fondly known as Sikander the Great, a Sanskrit term. The final part of the book is an academic thesis presented against the death penalty in the United States of America under the Latin maxim “Jus cogens,” a principle of compelling law, norm, or philosophy from which no derogation is permitted. The paper presents the exhaustive philosophies of juris doctors (both classical, like the Roman Emperor Justinian, and modern) and why they the jurist doctors and legal scholars deem that the Death penalty must be abolished in the United States of America and the wider world.

About the Author

Amy Johnson –The Author primarily trained as a scientist, a molecular geneticist and conducted research in cell membrane genetics, signalling and transduction systems, collaborating, with Jefferson Medical School, in Philadelphia and NIH Bethesda, Washington state. After obtaining her doctorate, she taught and researched extensively in molecular genetics and biomedical sciences. She entered the legal profession, and trained as a lawyer with a highly reputable international firm, dealing with international solemn high court terror criminal cases and chamber practice and completed her masters in intellectual property law, earning a first with distinction in her dissertation. She later completed a Masters Course in International relations, conflicts and politics which serves as a foundation for many of her books. She recently undertook the study of thirty six (ninety six credits JD) Juris Doctor subjects in criminal and civil justice legal reforms with Summa cum Laude Professors from Washington State, Harvard, Princeton, Cornell and Yale universities. Chapter III of this book is based on the death penalty reforms and was presented orally and examined by Legal Of Counsel and Associate Professor of one of the above universities and as part of the American Bar Association accreditation.