Law 101: Know Your Rights, Understand Your Responsibilities, and Avoid Legal Pitfalls
Law 101 is an essential reference that explains:
-how laws are made
-how the court system works and
-how each area of the law impacts your daily life.
Key information for important questions:
-How does a lawsuit begin?
-What is the difference in civil and criminal law?
-When do state laws trump federal laws?
-What makes a contract solid?
-What can you expect if called as a juror?
-What can you expect if called as a witness?
-And other complex areas of the law that you need to know.
No home reference shelf is complete without this indispensable information.
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