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civics leagal terms

leagal terms for the test

QuestionAnswer
precedent an example of past disisions used to justify desisions
common law system of law from england
laws a set of rules
democracy a way of governing
cival laws laws based on court cases
feudaul system a form of govourning a country wher there is only one leader
court a place wher justice is served
trial by jury where the people of the society decide if the accused are inoccent or guilty
trial by ordeal wher the defendance fait is decided by putting them to the tast
oral law laws passed down by speaking them to each other
belitles appppp
criminal law ppppp
negligence pppp
trespass pppp
drfamation pppppp
nuisance ppppp
compensation ppppp
plaintiff oooo
judge oooo
defendant oooo
crimes ooo
homicide ooo
manslaughter oo
murder oo
prosecute oo
fine 00
jury hh
magistrate
Created by: oleseng