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Body of government officials employed in civil occupations that are neither political nor judicial. In well-ordered societies, they are usually recruited and promoted on the basis of a merit-and-seniority system, which may include examinations; elsewhere, corruption and patronage are more important factors. They often serve as neutral advisers to elected officials and political appointees. Though not responsible for making policy, they are charged with its execution. The civil service originated in the earliest known Middle Eastern societies; the modern European civil services date to 17th- and 18th-century Prussia and the electors of Brandenburg. In the U.S., senior officials change with each new administration. In Europe, regulations were established in the 19th century to minimize favouritism and to ensure a wide range of knowledge and skills among civil service officers. See also Chinese examination system; spoils system.
- The body of persons employed by or active in an organization, business, or service.
- (used with a pl. verb) Persons.
- An administrative division of an organization concerned with the body of persons employed by or active in it and often acting as a liaison between different departments.
[French, from Old French, personal, from Latin persōnālis. See personality.]
n., pl., police.
- The governmental department charged with the regulation and control of the affairs of a community, now chiefly the department established to maintain order, enforce the law, and prevent and detect crime.
- A body of persons making up such a department, trained in methods of law enforcement and crime prevention and detection and authorized to maintain the peace, safety, and order of the community.
- A body of persons having similar organization and function: campus police. Also called police force.
- (used with a pl. verb) Police officers considered as a group.
- Regulation and control of the affairs of a community, especially with respect to maintenance of order, law, health, morals, safety, and other matters affecting the public welfare.
- Informal. A group that admonishes, cautions, or reminds: grammar police; fashion police.
- The cleaning of a military base or other military area: Police of the barracks must be completed before inspection.
- The soldiers assigned to a specified maintenance duty.
tr.v., -liced, -lic·ing, -lic·es.
- To regulate, control, or keep in order with or as if with a law enforcement agency.
- To make (a military area, for example) neat in appearance: policed the barracks.
[French, from Old French policie, civil organization, from Late Latin polītīa, from Latin, the State, from Greek polīteia, from polītēs, citizen, from polis, city.]
An Agent is a person who is authorized to act on another person's behalf. The person for whom he acts is called his Principal. Because the Agent has authority given to him by the Principal, he can create a legal relationship between the Principal and a third party. For example, a purchasing agent can order goods from a third party on behalf of his principal, so long as the purchase is made within the scope of the agent's authority. In such instance, the principal must pay for the goods because he is effectively bound by the agent in a contract with the third party. The agent, on the other hand, is not a party to the contract.
- Physical or psychological injury or damage.
- Wrong; evil.
- tr.v., harmed, harm·ing, harms.
- To do harm to.
[Middle English, from Old English hearm.]
Strong arm of the Law
Limski's Prosthetic Company has manufactured a talking mechanical arm and hand for Larry Winkler.
Larry was walking down the street one day and his mechanical arm shouted out to Larry' "Halt, I am making a citizen's arrest! You have walked right pass that stop sign at the intersection and kept going."
Larry didn't know what to say. But he refused to let his mechanical arm and hand arrest him.
Mechanical arm and hand started to swing wildly out of control to beat on Larry for resisting arrest.
Larry has cried out for help! People were in shock watching Larry being attacked by his own mechanical arm and hand.
One passerby has pulled out a camera to film the episode.
Larry was rushed to the emergency room critical care unit. He is unconscious and has been placed on life support.
Larry's wife has become so upset that she has hired James Bond private law firm to bring civil suit against Linski's Prosthetic Company for medical malpractice.
Medical Review Board has denied any wrong doing on the part of Linski's Prosthetic Company. After reviewing the video clip of the episode it has showed that Larry was in fact resisting arrest when his hand and arm had attacked him. As a result the case has been closed!
Moral of my story is: The overriding concept that has governed agency/agent laws is that any person (employee, agent etc.) hired as a hand to represent a principal party (i.e. employer, boss etc.) is presumed the same as an extension of his or her body such as an arm or hand.
Rule 36 Requests for Admission
Please check [X] ADMIT or DENY to my following request for admission:
- [ ] ADMIT [ ] DENY Executive Branch has contracted civil service agencies
- [ ] ADMIT [ ] DENY Civil services agencies are governed by agency laws
- [ ] ADMIT [ ] DENY Civil service agents are governed by agent laws
- [ ] ADMIT [ ] DENY Quasi-contracts secure fairness among parties
- [ ] ADMIT [ ] DENY Judiciary must uphold quasi-contracts
- [ ] ADMIT [ ] DENY Fiduciary party acts under trust
- [ ] ADMIT [ ] DENY Fiduciary may not harm the principal
- [ ] ADMIT [ ] DENY Police are civil service agencies or agents
- [ ] ADMIT [ ] DENY Taxpayers constitute the principal party
- [ ] ADMIT [ ] DENY Taxpayers have paid police salaries
- [ ] ADMIT [ ] DENY Police have served as the arm and hand
- [ ] ADMIT [ ] DENY Police brutality is unlawful
- [ ] ADMIT [ ] DENY Police brutality violates agency laws
- [ ] ADMIT [ ] DENY Police duties are to protect and serve
- [ ] ADMIT [ ] DENY Police may not profile any citizen
Everyday police and/or law enforcement personnel have been in violation of our agency/agent laws.
Police have fostered the illusion that he or she has legal authority to intimidate or harass certain persons based upon his or her personal profile.
Judiciary Branch has neglected its oversight authority to uphold our agency/agent laws by imposing quasi-contracts to govern the relationship between taxpayers and police.
Repercussion has led to police operating under pretext (color) of authority to inflict harm upon the citizens who have hired police to protect and serve him or her.
If the police has somehow taken away your liberty or injured your income livelihood (i.e, loss of job or trade etc.) in order to enforce the law, then he or she has acted illegally.
Civil liberties for all American citizens have been secured by our Bill of Rights.
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