Law and Morality
Knowing what's right
"Law is what the boss says it is"
(Theory) Don't have to follow laws that are wrong [[MLK and Gandhi followed natural law]]
"It doesn't matter what the law is, people with power/money will win"
Formal way of working out a dispute between businesses
Another formal way of working out a dispute, but is less formal than negotiation
To make the other side see what they got
mini trial; cheaper and faster than court
First Court where evidence is produced?
Error of law not error of fact unless egregious
Federal Trial Court
1) has to be approved by the senate 2) people try to get the fed 3) case must be $75k+
1) 9 justices 2) lifetime appointment 3) president picks them & is approved by congress 4) must apply: writ certiorari
Official name of the document when lawsuit is filed
Res Lpsa Loquitor
"Things speak itself"
You're your own lawyer in your case
"Let the decisions stand"
Law that is made by agencies and the agencies report to the executive branch aka president
Agency Powers (3)
1) Make rules 2) Investigating 3) Adjudicate
Civil or Criminal - Which is entitled to a lawyer
Lawyer that doesn't get paid
need to file a(n) _____ when served
attorney's ask questions
where jury cannot decide verdict
Law that's been written down and passed by legislature body
3 Reasons to go to the Federal Trial Court
Federal Questions, Diversity Jurisdiction, Speciality Courts
Looking at a panel and asking questions...
Administrative Procedure Act
gives agencies, that report to the executive branch, power