as much as he deserved determines the amount to be paid for services when no

As much as he deserved determines the amount to be

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“as much as he deserved” determines the amount to be paid for services when no contract exists or when there is doubt as to the amount due for the work performed but done under circumstances when payment could be expected Quash reject or void if you quash a subpoena (by motion), you make the subpoena void Quid Pro Quo “this for that” Rebuttal evidence presented to contradict or nullify other evidence
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Reciprocity the practice of exchanging things with others for mutual benefit, especially privileges granted by one country or organization to another Remand to send back can remand a case to the lower court to determine certain issues; can remand a prisoner or accused person back to custody Remittitur a ruling by a judge (usually upon motion to reduce or throw out a jury verdict) lowering the amount of damages granted by a jury in a civil case. Usually, this is because the amount awarded exceeded the amount demanded. Removal a limited right of a defendant to move a state court case to the federal court Res Judicata “a matter (already) judged” Respondent the party who responds to a petition or appeal Restitution returning to the proper owner property or the monetary value of loss Rulemaking the process that executive and independent agencies use to create, or promulgate , regulations. In general, legislatures first set broad policy mandates by passing statutes, then agencies create more detailed regulations through rulemaking . Self- incrimination The right against self-incrimination (5 th Amendment) forbids the government from compelling any person to give testimonial evidence that would likely incriminate him during a subsequent criminal case.
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Sequestration isolate or hide away in high-profile criminal cases, the jury is often sequestered to prevent them from encountered out of court statements about the trial proceedings Standing the ability of a party to demonstrate to the court sufficient connection to and harm from the law or action challenged to support that party's participation in the case.
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