Hugo Herz, a court aide in Brunn, Moravia, and author of a much cited study of vagabondage, contended that "From a subjective viewpoint, prostitution represents one of the most dangerous forms of work aversion, which bears all characteristic aspects of the offence: satisfaction of one's needs, despite having the ability to work, through the exploitation of impure economic liaisons.
43) He contended that "such perceptions matter especially in cities, where one sees already sixteen year-old boys with thirteen year-old girls after work walking like man and wife, arm in arm towards the empty valleys on the periphery of the city when sometimes scenes take place reminiscent of Zola's Germinal.
In the suit, the ACLJ contended
the Denver ordinance was different than the Hill case because the Denver ordinance required demonstrators to either stop speaking or immediately leave the area if someone within 8 feet of them objects to their message.
Defense attorney Edward Rucker, however, contended
that Zelig wasn't attached to the Ford, but became upset by his wife's constant attempts to draw him back to court for more money and court battles.
The estate contended that a month before Jahn died of AIDS in 1994, Disney executives appeared at his hospital bed and forced him to sign away more than $2.
Evan Rothberg, executor of Jahn's estate, contended that one of the vendors lied about kickbacks and that Jahn was interrogated relentlessly until he admitted limited complicity in a portion of the scheme.
Johnson's public defenders have contended
that he shot Aguirre after the deputy entered the home illegally.
that Aguirre entered the home illegally, acted improperly in confronting Johnson, and that there was no kidnapping as authorities have charged.
Turning the tables on statements to the jury by the plaintiffs' attorneys, Baker contended
that Simpson was stalked by Nicole Simpson, rather than the other way around.
Deputy City Attorney Debra Gonzales contended
that it was not unusual for Williams to go to the scene of a shooting involving the department's officers.
When you put it on a percentage, that gives them an incentive,'' Donlon contended
Making the closing argument for the defense, Asher contended
that Tuffree felt threatened when Clark and two other officers entered his property with their guns drawn.
In arguing to dismiss the special circumstance allegation, Asher contended
Clark went beyond his duty to check on Tuffree, who told Clark at his kitchen window that he wanted to be left alone.
Epstein said he, too, would prefer to settle the matter out of court, but he contended
that the plaintiffs' attorneys are not entitled to fees unless the court makes a legal determination that the department engaged in discrimination.
In rejecting the motion, Judge Allan Steele contended
that questioning during jury selection would root out individuals with bias in the case.