РГУП, английский язык (контрольная работа, г.Москва, варианты 16-31)
07.03.2018, 12:53

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Напишите эссе (180-200 слов) на тему «Friendship & Love».

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CRIMINAL PUNISHMENT

Criminal punishment of persons who have committed crimes is one or the forms of state fight against crime. Any criminal punishment is always a restriction of the rights of convicted persons. This restriction is a sort of retribution for the crime a person committed. If a person is convicted, the court decides on the most appropriate sentence. The facts of the offence, the circumstances of the offender, his/her previous convictions are taken into account. The more serious an offence is, the stricter a penalty should be.

But in any case, the responsibility of the court is to impose an exact and just punishment relevant to the gravity of a crime. The more just the punishment is, the greater is the possibility of a person's reformation. The defense lawyer may make a speech in mitigation on behalf of the offender.

There are the following basic penalties: deprivation of liberty - imprisonment for a certain period of time or life imprisonment, exile, fines or public censure. Capital punishment is usually used only as an exceptional measure when an especially grave crime was committed. The list of such crimes is not long and it is strictly determined by law. There are quite a lot of countries where death penalty is prohibited.

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Напишите эссе (180-200 слов) на тему «Theatre and Cinema».

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APPEALS

A person convicted by a magistrates' court may appeal to the Crown Court against the sentence imposed if he has pleaded guilty; or against the conviction or sentence imposed if he has not pleaded guilty. When the appeal is on a point of procedure of law, either the prosecutor or the defendant may appeal from the magistrates' court to the High Court. Ap­peals from the Crown Court, either against conviction or against sen­tence, are made to the Court of Appeal (Criminal Division). The House of Lords is the final appeal court for all cases, from either the High Court or the Court of Appeal.

The Attorney-General may seek the opinion of the Court of Appeal on a point of law which has arisen in a case where a person tried on in­dictment is acquitted; the court has power to refer the point to the House of Lords if necessary. The acquittal in the original case is not affected, nor is the identity of the acquitted person revealed without his or her consent. Under a provision in the Criminal Justice Act 1988, the Attorney General would be empowered, where he considered that a sentence passed by the Crown Court was over-lenient, to refer the case to the Court of Appeal, which would be able to increase the sentence within the statutory maxi­mum laid down by Parliament for the offence.

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Напишите эссе (180-200 слов) на тему «Food».

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Solicitors and Barristers

England is almost unique in having two different kinds of lawyers, with separate jobs in the legal system. The two kinds of lawyers are solicitors and barristers.

If a person has a legal problem, he will go and see a solicitor. For instance, the solicitor deals with petty crimes and some matrimonial matters in Magistrates' Courts, the lowest Courts. He prepares the case and the evidence. He actually speaks in Court for you. In a civil action he can speak in the County Court, when the case is one of divorce or recovering some debts. A solicitor also deals with matters outside Court. He does the legal work involved in buying a house, for instance. He writes legal letters for you and carries on legal arguments outside Court. If you want to make a will the best man to advise you is a solicitor.

Barristers are different from solicitors. Barristers are experts in the interpretation of the Law. They are called in to advise on really difficult points. The barrister is also an expert on advocacy (the art of presenting cases in Court). Indeed, if you desire representation in any Court except the Magistrates' Court, you must have a barrister. Barristers are rather remote figures. If you need one, for instance, you never see him without your solicitor being with you. Barristers do not have public offices in any street. They work in what are known as chambers, often in London. They all belong to institutions called Inns of Court, which are ancient organizations like exclusive clubs.

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The Separation of Powers in the UK

The state has three main functions: legislative, executive and judicial. The legislature makes laws; the executive enforce the laws and governs the country; the judges decide disputes that come before them and in doing so interpret the law and apply it do the facts of the case they have to judge.

The legislature and executive in Britain are not separate. The executive government (cabinet and ministers), who governs the country and executes the laws, belong to the legislature. The government depends on the legislature, since by convention it must resign if it loses the confidence of the House of Commons. But the House of Commons also depends on the government, because if the government decides that the time has come to call a general election the members of the House will (almost certainly) have to face re-election and may lose their seats.

The judges in Britain are more independent, since a judge of the higher court cannot be dismissed except when the legislature asks the Queen to dismiss him for misbehaviour. Even so, the highest judges are members of the House of Lords, which is part of the legislature. And their independence is less important than it is in the USA, since they cannot declare that a law made by the legislature is against the constitution and so invalid.

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Напишите эссе (180-200 слов) на тему «London as a capital of Britain».

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Attorneys in the USA

Today, the number of lawyers in the United States exceeds 675,000. This means one lawyer for every 364 people. Twenty-five years ago, there was one lawyer for every 700 people. The rate at which the legal profession is growing will probably continue to outpace rate of population growth through the end of the century.

Why is a career in law so popular? We know that in 1984 the average salary of experienced lawyers was 88,000 dollars. If we could include in this average the salaries of all lawyers, whatever their experience, the figure would probably be much lower than the average salary of physicians. But lawyers' salaries are still substantially greater than those of many other professionals. The glamour of legal practice strengthens the attraction of its financial rewards.

There are other reasons for the popularity of the legal profession and the unquenchable demand for legal services. Materialism and individualism in American culture encourage dispute. Federalism gives separate legal systems for each state plus the national government. Advertising can now create demand for legal services, too. Finally, the principles of separation of powers and of checks and balances make governing difficult and sometimes impossible. Pluralist democracy operates when groups are able to press their interests on, and even challenge, the government. The expression of group demands in a culture that encourages lawsuits thrusts on the courts all manner of disputes and interests. Is it any wonder that America needs all the lawyers it can train?

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Напишите эссе (180-200 слов) на тему «History of London».

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The Old Baily

In 1834 the Central Criminal Court was set up by statute, as the Court in which the Commissioners were to do their work. Since that time the proceedings held at the Sessions House were those of the Cen­tral Criminal Court. By the Judicature Act of 1875 the Central Criminal Court was constituted part of the High Court of Justice. Its jurisdiction has been subsequently extended and now covers indictable offences com­mitted within the City of London, the counties of London and Middlesex, and much of the surrounding country-side.

The Court must sit for at least twelve sessions in the year, and each session lasts for nearly a month. The vacations observed by the civil side of the Supreme Court have no place here. At the beginning of each session the list of persons commis­sioned to hear cases is read out. The persons so commissioned are the Lord Mayor of London, the Lord Chancellor, all the judges of the High Court and certain other persons. The majority of the work is done by the three officials together with one or more special commis­sioners. But on the third day of each session a professional judge sits to try the most serious cases.

There is a tendency towards a more humane administration of the criminal law. For many years the reform in the punishment of offences has been accompanied by a trend towards a more satis­factory trial of accused prisoners before they are convicted. But the old traditions die hard, and judges and advocates who had been trained in the older school at the Old Bailey survived the formal changes.

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Напишите эссе (180-200 слов) на тему «History of the USA».

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The Legal System of Great Britain

British law comes from two main sources: laws made in Parliament (usually drawn up by government departments and lawyers), and Common Law, which is based on previous judgments and customs. Just as there is no written constitution, so England and Wales have no criminal code or civil code and the interpretation of the law is based on what has happened in the past.

The most common type of law court in England and Wales is the magistrates' court. There are 700 magistrates' courts and about 30,000 magistrates. More serious criminal cases then go to the Crown Court, which has 90 branches in different towns and cities. Civil cases (for example, divorce or bankruptcy cases) are dealt with in County courts.

Appeals are heard by higher courts. For example, appeals from magistrates' courts are heard in the Crown Court. The highest court of appeal in England and Wales is the House of Lords. (Scotland has its own High Court in Edinburgh, which hears all appeals from Scottish courts.) Certain cases may be referred to the European Court of Justice in Luxembourg.

The legal system also includes juvenile courts (which deal with offenders under seventeen) and coroners' courts (which investigate violent, sudden or unnatural deaths). There are administrative tribunals which make quick, cheap and fair decisions with much less formality. Tribunals deal with professional standards, disputes between individuals, and disputes between individuals and government departments (for example, over taxation).

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Напишите эссе (180-200 слов) на тему «Customs & Traditions in Britain».

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WHAT IS CONSTITUTIONAL LAW?

There is no accurate definition of constitutional law. According to one very wide definition, constitutional law is that part of the law which relates to the system of government of the country. It is more useful to define constitutional law as collection of the laws regulating the structure of the principal organs of government and their relationship to each other and to the citizen, and determining their main functions.

Where there is a written constitution, emphasis is placed on the rules which it contains and on the way in which they have been interpreted by the highest court with constitutional jurisdiction. It is recognized that in most branches of law, the purpose and operation of legal rules can be understood only with knowledge of the social background against which the legal rules operate.

A further problem of definition is that in Britain there is no hard and fast demarcation between constitutional law and other branches of law.

For example, in the field of family law, important protection for family life is given by the European Convention oh Human Rights, and family status is an important basis for many rules of immigration control. In property law, public control of private rights is a field for the emergence of disputes between public and private interests.

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Напишите эссе (180-200 слов) на тему «Customs & Traditions in the US».

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Criminal Courts

If a person broke the law, he must be brought first before a magistrates' court, which has the power to impose fines up to 100 pounds and to send people to prison for up to six months. If a case is too serious for the magistrates they hear evidence about it and then send the case to be tried to a higher court, where there is a jury. Each town has a magistrates' court, which sits at least twice every week.

In 14 big towns there are 'stipendiary' magistrates who are experienced barristers who have accepted these full-time paid judicial offices. In most places, however, the magistrates are Justices of the Peace. These are ordinary citizens, both men and women, who have been appointed to their offices by the Lord Chancellor on the advice of special advisory committees. Justices of the Peace receive no payment. They have no training for their office, though some courses are provided which they may follow if they wish, after being appointed. They are advised on points of law by their Clerk, who is a professional lawyer, but in deciding on punishments they do what seems best to them.

When a criminal case is not finally dealt with in the magistrates' court it has to go for trial as soon as possible before the Crown Court. If the accused person says that he is not-guilty of the charge made against him, a trial takes place before a jury. Certain very serious cases, like murder, and cases of special difficulty, like forgery, can only be tried by the Crown Court.

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Напишите эссе (180-200 слов) на тему «Holidays in Britain».

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THE AIMS OF LAW

Law has several aims. They are all concerned with making society more stable. The law forbids certain ways of behaving like murder, fraud, and requires others, like paying income tax. If people disobey the rules the law threatens them with punishment. The idea is that within this framework of do's and don'ts people can live more securely and treat one another better.

A second aim is the following. Laws guarantee to people who buy and sell goods, make wills, take employment, form companies and so on that the state will if necessary enforce these arrangements.

A third aim is to settle disputes about what the law is and whether it has been broken. Taking these three aims together, we see that law not only threatens those who do what it forbids but promises to protect people's interests. It imposes restrictions on them but also gives them certain guarantees.

Lastly, a very important aim of law is to settle what the system of government is to be. Today, and for the last few hundred years, we have been mainly governed by sovereign states. That is changing. We are now increasingly governed, indirectly or directly, by international bodies (for example the European Union). But the state still occupies central place, especially when it comes to enforcing laws.

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Напишите эссе (180-200 слов) на тему «Holidays in the U S A».

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DEVELOPMENT OF LAW

Historically, the simplest societies were tribal. Even in the absence of courts and legislatures there was law — a blend of custom, morality, religion, and magic. Wrongs against the tribe, such as breach of tribal custom, were met with hostility by the group. Wrongs against individuals, such as murder, theft, or failure to repay a debt, were avenged by the family of the victim.

One of the most significant developments in the history of law were the Twelve Tables of Rome. Engraved in the 5th century ВС, the tables were largely a declaration of existing custom concerning such matters as property, payment of debts, and appropriate compensation for damage to persons. These tables led to civil-law codes that provide the main source of law in much of the world.

The common-law systems of England, and later of the United States, began with various local customs. New rules created a system of centralized courts that operated under a single set of laws that superseded the earlier laws.

One of the most influential legal systems in the world was the Napoleonic Code which  was adopted in many countries occupied by the French during the Napoleonic Wars and thus formed the basis of the law systems in many European countries and in French-speaking American communities.

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Legislation in Great Britain and the USA

New legislation in Britain usually starts in the House of Lords. In each House a bill is considered  in three stages, called readings. The first reading is purely formal, to introduce the bill. The second reading is usually the occasion for debate.

The bill is then returned to one of the Houses for the report stage, when it can be amended. If passed after its third reading, it goes to the other House. Amendments made to a bill by the House of Lords must be considered by the Commons. If the House of Commons does not agree, the bill is altered and sent bask to the Lords. Finally, the bill goes to the reigning monarch for the royal assent.

The US Congress, the lawmaking arm of the federal government, consists of two Houses: the House of Representatives and the Senate.

The proposed legislation, or bill, is first introduced in the House of Representatives, then referred to one of the standing committees, which organizes hearings on it and may approve, amend or shelve the draft. If the committee passes the bill, it is considered by the House of Representatives as a whole. If passed there, it goes to the Senate committee hearings and general debate.

In cases of disagreement, the House of Representatives and the Senate confer together. Once passed by the Senate, the bill has to be examined by two more standing committees - the Committee on House Administration and the Senate Committee on Rules and Administration - and is then signed by the speaker of the House and by the president of the Senate.

Finally, it must be signed by the president, who has the right to veto it.

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Напишите эссе (180-200 слов) на тему «Education in Britain».

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The Legal Profession in Great Britain.

The legal profession consists of two branches: barristers and solicitors. Solicitors, who are sometimes called the junior branch, are much the more numerous. When a person needs the assistance of the law, he must go to a solicitor. The average problem can be dealt with finally by solicitors, who can also speak for their clients in magistrates' courts. If a case, civil or criminal, is more serious or difficult, or has to be heard in a higher court, a client's solicitor arranges a barrister to whom he hands over the task of representing the client in court.

A prospective solicitor must spend some time working in the office of a firm of solicitors (three or five years depending upon the educational qualifications of the student), and pass the examinations of the Law Society. Many prospective solicitors first attend a university, but some do not. Solicitors usually work together in partnerships, or firms.

To be a barrister a man must be a member of one of the four Inns of Court and pass the Bar examination. He must also keep twelve terms as a student at his Inn. When a young barrister begins his professional career he must join the chambers of an established barrister, and for some years is usually able to earn very little money. Once he becomes well established in the profession, he can do very well. He may have an opportunity of being appointed a Queen's Counsel; if he does "take silk" (as this process is called), he may then only appear in court as a leader, assisted by another established barrister. The House of Commons includes about a hundred barristers among its members.

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Judges in Great Britain

There is no judicial profession in England; judges and full-time paid magistrates are appointed from among barristers. If a barrister accepts a job as a stipendiary magistrate or a county court judge he is unlikely to be promoted to a higher judicial post.

The High Court has several Divisions. The Chancery Division consists of the Lord Chancellor and seven judges, and deals with questions of company law, bankruptcy, trusts, the administration of the estates of people who have died and some other similar matters. The Probate, Divorce and Admiralty Division, which has a President and seven other judges, deals with divorce and questions arising out of wills and shipwrecks. All the judges of these two divisions remain in London. The Queen's Bench Division consists of the Lord Chief Justice and twenty-nine other judges. They divide their time between civil work in London, the Central Criminal Court (Old Bailey) in London, and tours of the provinces on circuit, taking assizes both criminal and civil, in the provincial cities.

A High Court Judge in England has, the title The Honourable Mr Justice, - and he is automatically given the Honour of knighthood; if he is promoted to the Court of Appeal he becomes Lord Justice -, though he is still only a knight not a peer.

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Courts in the United States  

The United States has 51 separate court systems. They include the federal court system and the courts of the 50 states. Federal courts have jurisdiction over five basic kinds of cases. They hear: (1) cases in which the United States is a party; and (2) cases involving foreign official, (3) cases with parties from different states, (4) cases involving the Constitution of the U.S. and federal laws and (5) cases involving patents, copyrights, or bankruptcies.

State courts share jurisdiction with federal courts in categories (3) and (4), and they exercise exclusive jurisdiction in all other cases. The Supreme Court of the United States is the highest appellate court for cases within federal jurisdiction.

Most states have trial courts with limited or special jurisdiction, such as justice-of-the-peace courts or juvenile courts. These courts often receive most of their financial support from local governments. Next is a level of general jurisdiction courts that hear serious cases and appeals from lower courts. Finally, each state has courts with mainly appellate jurisdiction. Every state has a supreme court, although it is not always called by that name.

There are about 7,600 judges in state courts of general jurisdiction and over 1,000 judges in state appellate courts, thousands of judges serve in special state courts. Historically, state judges were popularly elected, but increasingly states are adopting a judicial selection system in which the governor appoints judges from a list submitted by a commission composed of judges, lawyers, and representatives of the public.

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Supreme Court of the United States

The Supreme Court of the United States is at the top of the American judicial system. Provisions for the establishment of the Supreme Court were made in Article III of the U.S. Constitution. The Supreme Court has original jurisdiction - that is, the authority to hear a case without that case being first heard elsewhere - over cases in which a state or a diplomat is involved (the 11th amendment, however, restricts to some extent federal jurisdiction over suits against states). The Court's appellate jurisdiction can be regulated by Congress.

Justices are appointed by the president and confirmed by the Senate. The Constitution does not stipulate the size of the Court, leaving that determination to congressional statute. The Supreme Court of the United States is unique because it serves two functions. It is, first, a court of law, operating within the forms and rituals of Anglo-Saxon legal procedure with roots going back to 12th-century England; as such it is the highest court in the land. In addition to being a court of law, the Supreme Court is a policy-making body. It is a political institution in the sense that it exerts a commanding influence on the public policies of the United States.

The U.S. judicial system is complex, with authority dispersed vertically among layers of local, state, and federal governments and horizontally among the branches of the national government. Because the entire scheme is controlled by a written constitution that enunciates general, there is a need for someone to see that the rules are interpreted and followed.

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