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Cyber law Law that is intended to govern the use of computers in e-commerce and the Internet
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Declaration of Indepedence Document drafted by representatives of the 13 original colonies that asserts the rights desired by the colonists
Articles of Confederation Loose form of charter for common government adopted by the thirteen colonies proir to adoption of the Constitution
U.S. Constitution Document that consists ov seven articles that provide a workable framework for our federal government
Bill of Rights First ten amendments of the U.S. Constitution
Civil Rights Personal, human rights reconized and guaranteed by the U.S. Constitution
Due Process of Law Constitutional requirement for the fundamental fairness in our legal and court system
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