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UNIT 1 LAW 12

Teacher: BLOP
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The constitution law of the iroquois confederacy
Travelling courts
The judicial process whereby evidence is provided by two opposing parties to an impartial judge or jury.
The ten laws at the beginning of the Mosaic law.
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A section of the constitution Act that sets out constitutionally protected rights and freedoms.
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Ancient law as set out in the first five books of the Bible
Payment made by the offender to the victim of a crime.
Judges of travelling courts
Justice based on vengeance and punishment.
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Requiring the friends of an accused person to swear on the Bible that he or she is innocent
A method of deciding cases based on recorded decisions of similar cases.
to trial by_____ is to require a person to undergo torture to determine guilt or innocence
Law that developed in English courts, relies on case laws and is common to all people.
The clarification and organization of Roman law commissioned by Justinian I.
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A latin phrase meaning " to stand by the decision"
One of the earilest-known set of laws, written by King Hummurabi of Babylon.
This timeline shows the important events in the development of law.
A principle of society stating that law is necessary to regulate society, that law applies to everyone, and people aren't governed by arbitrary power.
Arranged and recorded systematically.
Determining guilt or innocence by having parties fight a dual.
A court order designed to prevent unlawful arrest by ensuring that anyone detained is charged before a court within a reasonable amount of time.
Known as the great charter, became the forerunner of many civil right documents
A _______right is a political and religious doctrine of royal and political legitimacy. It asserts that a monarch is subject to no earthly authority, deriving the right to rule directly from the will of God.
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