Accordance with the school of jurisprudential thought

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accordance with the __________ school of jurisprudential thought. Legal Realism Irrational Forces Command Law and Economics Sociological
FEEDBACK 3 / 3 (100.0%) Which legal theory is illustrated in this dialogue?
Part 3 Joyce: We had a lawsuit filed about this after the pastry rumble of 2017 and there was . . . oh yeah, I remember there were some specific rules that are detailed out in 34 (b), section 4. Bob: Those stupid rules were just made right after Winfred face-planted in the donuts when he slipped trying to get past Alison. They don't apply here and now. There wouldn't even be donut rules if he'd paid attention to his own big feet. End Part 3
FEEDBACK 3 / 3 (100.0%) Charlie is summoned for jury duty. While still in the selection process, it is discovered that one of the parties to the case used to be an old friend and neighbor of Charlie's. Which of the following would most likely happen?
FEEDBACK 3 / 3 (100.0%) A law was recently passed in the city of Birmingdon that specifies a long list of restrictions on disposing of different kinds of waste material. The law is long, meticulous, and complicated, and many citizens do not understand all the points of the law or the purpose it is meant to fulfill . Citizens are
commonly caught breaking the ordinance. Which law or principle of law will help defend them? Select the most relevant answer for this situation. Equal Protection Laws Procedural Due Process First Amendment Substantive Due Process
FEEDBACK 3 / 3 (100.0%) Devon is accused of robbing a jewelry store and is summarily thrown in jail. Which law or principle of law will help Devon in this situation ?
FEEDBACK 3 / 3 (100.0%) Sage files a complaint against Isabel, alleging that Isabel is responsible for damages to Sage's property. Isabel thinks the allegations are ridiculous and doesn't bother to respond to the complaint which she has been served. Which of the following is likely true?
FEEDBACK 0 / 3 (0.0%) This is the definition of a default.
An appeals court feels that a lower court has made an incorrect judgment concerning a civil law case.

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