Everyday Law for Young Citizens

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Lorenz Educational Press, Mar 1, 2000 - Law - 160 pages
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This practical, down-to-earth approach to the law will be an important tool in your classroom. Included are questions and answers to explain the basic principles of law, criminal law, lawmaking, law enforcement, judging the law and constitutional law. Twenty-two hypothetical cases on topics of concern to young people give instruction in what the law says and invite student opinion and discussion.
 

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Little Lawyer in the House?

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We have a child who is thinking about law as a career. So, for a few months we read through this book at the breakfast table with the other kids in our family. We learned the basics of law, as well as ... Read full review

Contents

Preface to Everyday Law
7
Assault and Battery
15
NegligenceTort
23
ShopliftingLarceny
31
RobberyLarceny from a Person
41
Children and Parents Rights and Responsibilities
54
VandalismMalicious Destruction of Property
63
Private PropertyTrespassing
70
Equality Under the LawCivil Rights
77
Property Rights
85
PrivacySearch and Seizure
92
Substance Abuse
101
Freedom of the Press
107
Selected Online Resources
121
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