Biz Law 9-7-10 - Biz Law Not guilty of a crime ye liable in...

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Biz Law 9/7/10 Not guilty of a crime ye liable in civil case? Consistent? o Criminal burden of proof: beyond a reasonable doubt o Civil burden of proof: preponderance of the evidence (more than 50%) Criminal Case civil case interplay Government can bring criminal case Victim can bring civil suit Each makes own decision Timing and interplay Chapter two – constitutional law The constitution outlines what the government can and cannot do, so if its not the gov acting it can never be a constitutional violation (ex. Restaurant owner tells your to leave because you are talking about politics that disagree with his, that’s fine constitution doesn’t apply) Us constitution- Over 200 years old General in nature Federalism o One central government and a federation of states that share power Enumerated powers o In tenth amendment. Only those powers that are eunemerated (specifically listed) that’s the only thing the central gov. has power to do, if its not
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