American law and legal systems

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Prentice Hall, 1992 - Law - 340 pages
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This volume presents a clear examination of the philosophy of law within a political, social, and economic framework. Coverage introduces readers to operative legal concepts, everyday law practices, substantive procedures, and the intricacies of the American legal system. Eliminating confusing legalese, the authors skillfully explain the basics— from how a lawsuit is filed to the final appeal— and review English legal roots. The survey addresses history and the law, court organization, procedure and evidence, limitations, constitutional law, criminal law, administrative law, environmental law, torts, contracts, and property law. For those interested in a greater understanding of the American legal system.

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Contents

Bob Jones University v United States
14
The American Experience
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Conclusion
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Copyright

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