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Civis Legal Terms

Legal Terms for the Test

QuestionAnswer
Precident A legal dicison or authorative rule
Common law The system of low originating in England
Laws a rule, or set of rules
democracy a way of governing a country
civil law laws based on cort cases
belitles to make seem uniportant
feudal system the policitical,military and social system in the middle ages
court the place where legal trials are herd
Oral law Codes of conduct in use in a given culture.
Trial by ordeal a method of determining someones innocence or guilt.
Trial by jury Being judgeged with evidence are proven guilty or innocent.
Negligence
Tespass To commit an offense or a sin
Created by: spined