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Involved in a court case? Learn the basics of OBJECTIONS - and WIN. Like to watch “Law and Order” or “The Good Wife”? Learn what they’re objecting to and why.
Hawaii has crazy laws of its own. You must not feed a shark in Hawaii, and under no circumstances may you give your newborn child the name, 'Charles.' I am NOT making this up!
Most wills are an orderly disposition of assets but some people choose to make a statement from beyond the grave, punish an enemy, or just have a bit of fun.
This hub explaines the process of changing your name. it tell's you how you can yourself do it for Free without expensive Lawyer fee's.
Even before cameras were allowed to film inside of court rooms, America has been facinated by large scale trials. Here are ten of the most controversial or groundbreaking trials in U.S. history.
Lincoln, Nebraska at Sunset Image from bing.com/images Donut holes may not be sold in Lehigh, Nebraska. It is illegal to fly a plane when drunk. In Waterloo, Barbers are forbidden to eat onions between 7 AM and 7 PM, during regular business...
Law is a norm exists in advanced societies. Some customs are there which are similar to law though they do not have a law. Law doesn't allow which was anti-social. Law protects the interest of individuals and groups. Law is social control through the systematic application on the force of...
A book review of Justin Gregg's Are Dolphins Really Smart and how it relates to ethics, animal rights, and science, both good and bad.
Mississippi state statue says a parent or guardian of an excessively truant child can be found guilty and imprisoned for contributing to the neglect of a child.