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Section one vocab

Morality Conformity to the rules of right conduct, moral, or virtuous acts
Ethics System of moral principles
Justice Treating people fairly and equally
Law A system of rules of conduct established by a country's government to maintain stability and justice according to the values that are relevant to that country
Constitution A country's formal document that spells out the principles by which its government operates
Common Law A set of laws made br that court that provide a series of consistant rules that later courts must follow
Statute A law passed by a government body that has been made for the purpose of creating laws
Administrative Law The body of rules created by government agencies
Empathy The intelectual identification with the experiencing of the feelings, thoughts, or attitudes of another
Permissible Allowed
Prevalent general use or acceptance; widespread
Created by: 15bsh