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argylls law arl.

law

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laws grouped into an organized form code
law based on the current standards or customs of the people common law
the power to decide a case jurisdiction
fairness equity
stops something from being done injunction
law enacted by state or federal legislatures statute
law based on the dictates of a central political authority positive law
enforceable rules of conduct in a society law
group of laws that allow individuals to seek legal remedies for wrongs done to them civil law
group of laws that defines & sets punishments for offenses agaisnt society criminal laws
defines rights & duties substantive law
first ten amendments to the US constitution bill of rights
private or civil wrong for which the law grants a remedy tort
the process for enforcing the law when someone is charged with a crime criminal procedure
the idea that the same ethical standards apply to everyone impartiality
covers rules that apply to business situations & transactions business law
a collection of standards of conduct & moral judgement forming the basis for a reasoned, impartial decision as to what is right or wrong ethics
an open, peaceful, violation of a law to protest its alleged, or supposed, injustice. civil disobedience
sets forth how rights & responsibilities can be legally exercised & enforced through the legal system procedural law
an offense against society rather than individuals crime
when any type of law is declared invalid by a state or federal court because it conflicts with a constitution unconstitutional
Created by: amanda lake