Samples "Civil Law" (Page 3)

Civil Law

Juvenile Definition

A juvenile is any person who has not attained an age of 18 years old and therefore he or she is not eligible to stand trial in a court of law. For purpose of proceeding and disposition of a case for alleged juvenile delinquency acts, someone who has not attained...

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Insanity Defense Reform Act

The Insanity Defense Reform Act (1980) was passed after widespread criticism in the wake of John Hinckley Jr’s acquittal for the attempted assassination of President Ronald Regan. A jury found that Hinckley was not guilty on grounds of insanity. In this way, the historical significance of this act was to...

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The Fourteenth Amendment Relate To Criminal Law

The 14th amendment ratified in 1868 states that “no state shall make or enforce any law which shall abridge the privileges or immunities of citizens of the United States” or “deprive any person of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law”. The Fourth Amendment protects the “right of...

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Judicial Appointment Process

The debate over the judicial appointments and issues of justice have long been subject for debate, from the selection process itself to whether campaign funding frustrates the ideal of justice and impartibility. Indeed, any society that advocates liberty and justice as their core principal is dependent on an independent and...

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Purpose of Prisons

Unfortunately, prisons and jails are a necessary part of society. While a utopian society where everyone follows all applicable laws may seem ideal, it is not likely. Humans are prone to flaws, including illegal and immoral behavior. Prisons were designed to deal with individuals who commit illegal behavior. However, the...

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