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By: Teodoro Rentería Arróyave Humans are mortal, so decided nature, despite this fatal condition, great beings are imposed to it and by their works and actions become immortal. A clear example of this is the recently deceased, Fidel Castro Ruz. Our first reaction to knowing the unfortunate death, we wrote …

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Common Law v. Civil Law

By: Terry Ahtziry Cardenas Banda, lawyer and former professor. The United States and Mexico have a very different history; their legal system differs greatly because of their historical process. The United States was introduced to the Anglo-Saxon family of law, which is better known as common law. On the other …

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Tijuana, Baja California, November 11.- With the participation of the Symphony Orchestra of the Federal Police and the Symphonic Youth Orchestra of Tijuana, the series of activities offered by Tijuana Innovative 2016 Creative, from November 3 to 10, concluded. The Tijuana Youth Symphony Orchestra conducted by maestro Pavel Getman made …

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By: Ellie Burgueño “Wise is the man who does not grieve for the things he does not have, but rejoices in those he does have.” Phrase said by Epictetus which is related to the feeling of gratitude and satisfaction for what one has without longing or covet more than that, …

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Recent Criminal Justice Legislation in California: Proposition 57 Paves the Way for Further Reform of an Overcrowded Prison System

By: Veronica Henderson, Attorney at Law On November 8th, California voters were presented with several propositions relating to criminal justice reform. Proposition 57, largely the brainchild of Governor Jerry Brown, is an effort to recalibrate California’s criminal justice system by returning certain powers from prosecutors to judges, parole boards, and …

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