Exercise One: 1. Unless there is a prove that the he is believing that offer do exists. If not the offeror will not have the responsibilities on that. Which means the offer is not valid. 2. The offeror would be informed by the offeree with the specif
Give an example of a case involving no factual dispute: United States v. O'Brien (1968), wherein the defendant burned his draft card as an act of protest against the Vietnam War. While he freely admitted the fact that he burned his card, he disputed
Statutes are actual laws that are enacted by our representatives in state legislatures and in Congress. Statutes are codified into codes like the Penal Code, Civil Code, etc. Driving a motor vehicle on a public highway with a blood-alcohol level of .