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  • 1 having violated the law — index culpable Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 2 Law — /law/, n. 1. Andrew Bonar /bon euhr/, 1858 1923, English statesman, born in Canada: prime minister 1922 23. 2. John, 1671 1729, Scottish financier. 3. William, 1686 1761, English clergyman and devotional writer. * * * I Discipline and profession… …

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  • 3 Law, Crime, and Law Enforcement — ▪ 2006 Introduction Trials of former heads of state, U.S. Supreme Court rulings on eminent domain and the death penalty, and high profile cases against former executives of large corporations were leading legal and criminal issues in 2005.… …

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  • 4 law — law1 lawlike, adj. /law/, n. 1. the principles and regulations established in a community by some authority and applicable to its people, whether in the form of legislation or of custom and policies recognized and enforced by judicial decision. 2 …

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  • 5 Law of New Zealand — The law of New Zealand can be found in several sources. The primary sources of New Zealand law are statutes enacted by the New Zealand Parliament and decisions of the New Zealand Courts. At a more fundamental level, the law of New Zealand is… …

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  • 6 Law enforcement in the United States — Officers from US Customs and Border Protection boarding a ship Law enforcement in the United States is one of three major components of the criminal justice system of the United States, along with courts and corrections. Although there exists an… …

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  • 7 law, philosophy of — Introduction       the formulation of concepts and theories to aid in understanding the nature of law, the sources of its authority, and its role in society. In English speaking countries the term “jurisprudence” is often used synonymously and is …

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  • 8 procedural law — Law that prescribes the procedures and methods for enforcing rights and duties and for obtaining redress (e.g., in a suit). It is distinguished from substantive law (i.e., law that creates, defines, or regulates rights and duties). Procedural law …

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  • 9 The Law that Never Was — The Law That Never Was: The Fraud of the 16th Amendment and Personal Income Tax is a 1985 book by William J. Benson and Martin J. Red Beckman, which claims that the Sixteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution commonly known as the… …

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  • 10 Medicine and Canon Law — • In the early centuries the practice of medicine by clerics, whether secular or regular, was not treated with disapproval by the Church, nor was it at all uncommon for them to devote a considerable part of their time to the medical avocation.… …

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  • 11 Public international law — concerns the structure and conduct of states and intergovernmental organizations. To a lesser degree, international law also may affect multinational corporations and individuals, an impact increasingly evolving beyond domestic legal… …

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  • 12 Bigamy (in Canon Law) —     Bigamy (in Canon Law)     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Bigamy (in Canon Law)     According to the strict meaning, the word should signify the marrying of a second after the death of the first wife, in contradistinction to polygamy, which is… …

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  • 13 air law — Introduction       the body of law directly or indirectly concerned with civil aviation. Aviation in this context extends to both heavier than air and lighter than air aircraft. Air cushion vehicles are not regarded as aircraft by the… …

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  • 14 International Law —     International Law     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► International Law     International law has been defined to be the rules which determine the conduct of the general body of civilized states in their dealings with each other (American and… …

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  • 15 Early Irish law — Redwood Castle Co. Tipperary, although built by the Normans, was later occupied by the MacEgan juristic family and served as a school of Irish law under them Early Irish law refers to the statutes that governed everyday life and politics in Early …

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  • 16 constitutional law — Introduction       the body of rules, doctrines, and practices that govern the operation of political communities. In modern times the most important political community has been the state. Modern constitutional law is the offspring of… …

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  • 17 Portal:Law of England and Wales — Shortcut: P:ENGLAW Wikipedia portals: Culture Geography Health History Mathematics Natural sciences People Philosophy Religion Society Technology …

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  • 18 Martial law — Not to be confused with Marital law. Martial law is the imposition of military rule by military authorities over designated regions on an emergency basis (usually) only temporary when the civilian government or civilian authorities fail to… …

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  • 19 Competition law — Antitrust redirects here. For the 2001 film, see Antitrust (film). For laws specific to the U.S., see United States antitrust law. Competition law Basic concepts …

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  • 20 Basic Law for the Federal Republic of Germany — Germany This article is part of the series: Politics and government of Germany …

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