Review for test 1 (Ch 1-8)

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TEST I REVIEW CHAPTERS 1-8
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LOGISTICAL INFORMATION Location: In Class Time Allocated: 75 minutes Questions: 50 (25 multiple choice, 25 True/False) Grading: 100 points total (each question worth 2 points) What You Need: #2 Pencil Scantron Form 882e- the green one from hs.
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CHAPTER 1 Three Important Ideas About Law Power Importance Fascination Origins Of Our Law English Roots Sources Of Contemporary Law Constitutions Statutes Common Law Administrative Law Treaties Executive Orders
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CHAPTER 1 Classifications of Law Criminal v. Civil Substantive v. Procedural Jurisprudence Law and Morality
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CHAPTER 2 Ethics is the study of how people should act Law and ethics may not always agree Why bother with ethics Ethics Checklist
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CHAPTER 3 Alternative Dispute Resolution Negotiation Mediation Arbitration Court Systems State Courts Federal Courts
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CHAPTER 3 Litigation Pleadings Service Answer Counter-Claim Class Actions Judgment on the Pleadings Discovery Summary Judgment
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CHAPTER 3 Trial Plaintiff’s Case Motion for Directed Verdict Defendant’s Case Closing Arguments Jury Instructions Verdict Appeals
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CHAPTER 4 Common Law Precedent Statutory Law Passed by Congress, State, Local legislatures Process of legislation Statutory Interpretation – role of judges
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