Law In The Workplace: Midterm

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Week 4 : Law in the Workplace - Midterm Page 1 Question 1.1. (TCOs 1 & 2) A law that gives a person who is accused of burglary the right to a trial by jury is an example of (Points : 5) | civil substantive law. civil procedural law. criminal substantive law. criminal procedural law. None of the above | Question 2.2. (TCO 1) Administrative regulations come from (Points : 5) | a: federal boards, departments, commissions, and agencies. b: state boards, departments, commissions, and agencies. c: federal courts. d: state courts. e: Both a and b | Question 3.3. (TCO 1) The Incorporation Doctrine (Points : 5) | a: is another phrase for checks and…show more content…
(TCOs 10 & 11) The type of ADR most popular with family law and labor matters is (Points : 5) | arbitration. mediation. mini-trial. summary trial. trial. | Question 11.11. (TCOs 1 & 2) What type of factors influence the laws and legal system of a given country? (Points : 10) Some of there factors that influence the laws and legal system are the peoples values, religious organizations, and customs. Corporations and different business along with charitable play a role in what laws will be established. | Question 12.12. (TCO 1) In what ways are the powers of the federal government and the state government concurrent? (Points : 10) One of the ways that both federal and state government have concurrent power is with money. the federal government makes money and the states places their own taxes on their citizens. | Question 13.13. (TCOs 1 & 2) What is the exclusionary rule and how does it operate in a criminal trial? (Points : 10) Exclusionary rule is a criminal procedure that eliminates evidence that was not posses legally to a trail. This rule operates in trial when there was an illegal search to a defendants property without proper paper work that would not violate their four teeth amendment.…show more content…
(TCOs 10 & 11) What are the types of discovery that parties may use in a civil lawsuit? Provide examples of each type of discovery and how it could be helpful to a party’s case? Why is the same type of discovery not allowed in criminal cases? (Points : 20) In a civil lawsuit there are many different discovery that may be used to find information for a lawyer either on the defense or plaintiff side to make their arguments more persuasive to a judge and jury. The first discovery is interrogatories, which is allowing one party to answer questions under oath to describe to exactly what happened from his or her perspective. Then there is a request for admission by one party to admit or deny that the paper work the two parties agreed on is true. For example if when the plaintiff attorney is asking the defended if they owe the plaintiff any certain amount of money. Another discovery is the request to produce or inspect. This paper work allows each party to view one another documents along with physical property to the lawsuit. Next is the disclosure that is the judge makes both parties to disclose certain information to one another. Discloses may-included identity of people who may have relevant information along with documents. Another discovery is the deposition that allows both parties to ask questions to witness in the case under oath. Last is electronic discovery which not all-hard drive information to be retrieved so that all information can

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