Civil Law - amendment • “Double Jeopardy”-Cannot be...

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Civil Law Criminal Law Private parties Resolving disputes -Compensation or other relief Prepondence of the Evidence” Each party bears burden of proof Party must pay for council Government VS. Individual Enforcing criminal laws -Punishment Beyond a reasonable doubt Burden entirely to prosecution Unaminous jury Right to council 5 th
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Unformatted text preview: amendment • “Double Jeopardy”-Cannot be trialed twice Jones VS. Smith, 345 Mass. 75 (2001) • Volume number • Page # • Supreme Court Commonwealth V. DiGiambatista _____Mass.________(2005) Sources of Law 1. Constitution 2. Statues (Legislation) 3. Court Decisions (Common Law) “Stare Decisis” 4. Regulatory Law...
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