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State Agent

A person who is licensed to sell insurance in a single state. Because most insurance is regulated at the state level, state agents are registered on a state-by-state basis.
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The Commission on Human Rights on Friday reiterated its call that all cases invoking self-defense ('nanlaban'), especially involving state agents or police officers, should be proven in court.
The book sheds light on how state agents have been curating the past in the public sphere since 2000.
Human rights group Karapatan on Sunday blamed state agents as behind Saturday night's killing of a peasant activist outside a shopping mall here.
Lest we forget, as much as due process governs the cases of alleged victims, the same must likewise be accorded to state agents accused of being perpetrators," he said.
Previously, state agents entered Sheikh Sultan's mother's private room and took valuables including family photos, all her jewelry, and cash.
With no one charged over the 43-yearold's murder, Ms Owens believes some of those responsible may have been State agents or shielded from prosecution.
A white police officer who fatally shot an unarmed black motorist in the back in South Carolina last year was found to have lied to state agents about the shooting's circumstances, pre-trial testimony showed Friday.
A much tougher challenge will be reconciliation, a process that will require rebels and state agents who want to avoid jail to confess to war crimes committed during a 52-year conflict marred by brutalities on both sides.
Judges found that Article 2 did not require the evidential test used to be lowered in cases where deaths had occurred at the hands of state agents.
Here there occurred a deplorable, absolutely condemnable action by the M-19, but it must be recognized there were failures in the conduct and procedures of state agents," he added.
DISSIDENT Republicans and state agents were yesterday blamed by Martin McGuinness for two murders that have left Northern Ireland's government on the brink of collapse.
The New York-based Human Rights Watch (HRW) group said the trial did not address the responsibility of state agents who it said failed in their duty to protect miners' lives.

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