Essay- On our justice system

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  • NO PLAGERISM PLEASE!!
  • PLEASE READ ALL OF THE PROMPT- And FOLLOW EVERYTHING!!!
  • As states below you need to write a minimum of 1,000 words NO MORE
  • YOU Need to provide examples from the book, since you do not have the book I have attached links that will help you understand what the book is about and get some quotes
  • I will also attach my class notes to give you incite on what we have been discussing in class
  • YOU NEED TO USE SHORT citations

http://www.supersummary.com/a-civil-action/summary...

https://law.duke.edu/students/pdf/lead/CivilAction...

These links will allow you to have incite of what the book is about!! USE THEM since the essay is half about this

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peachblack
School: Purdue University

Attached.

Outline

Introduction
Body
Conclusion
References


Running Head: CIVIL LAWSUIT

1

Civil Lawsuit
Student Name
Institution
Course
Instructor
Date

CIVIL LAWSUIT

2
Civil Lawsuit
Part One

A Civil Action represents the American civil justice system that is working but full of
flaws. The civil case reflects on many dilemmas and issues of the modern jurisprudence of the
toxic torts. As Harr opines the civil lawsuit by Jan Schlichtmann, the plaintiff's lawyer ought to
have been a straightforward case where the justice would have been served, but it transformed
into a miasma that was exorbitant which characterize American civil lawsuits (Harr, 1995). A
Civil Action offers practical and theoretical insights on the nature of tort litigation processes and
how the mass character in most toxic tort litigation puts the victims at stake.
One of the principal problems that Ian Schlichtmann encountered while litigating the
Woburn case was identifying potential torts plaintiffs and all victims of the contaminated water.
The population of Woburn was 36000 (Harr, 1995), which made it challenging to know specific
plaintiffs. The lawyer knew that children of East Woburn had contracted Leukemia and some
had even died after drinking water from H and G Wells which were contaminated with high
toxics of industrial wastes trichloroethylene (TCE). Schlichtmann did not know that t...

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Anonymous
Tutor went the extra mile to help me with this essay. Citations were a bit shaky but I appreciated how well he handled APA styles and how ok he was to change them even though I didnt specify. Got a B+ which is believable and acceptable.

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