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4U Canadian and International Law
Grade 12 University Law Course, final exam (multiple choice) review.
Terms in this set (22)
If there is no law against it, you can do it.
Rule of Law
Inhereted from England
1. Everyone understands that obedience to the law is necessary
2. Law applies equally to everyone.
3. Rights can be taken away only in accordance with the law.
Secondary Sources of Law
Constitution, Bylaws/Statutes, Case Law
Primary Sources of Law
Religion, Customs, Conventions, Social/Political Philosophy
Jeremy Bentham - greatest amount of happiness for the greatest number of people.
The search for coherent, principled approaches to law-making.
Person who commits the crime
Aiding & Abetting
Helping and/or encouraging the perpetrator commit the crime
Party to the Common Intention
When addictional offences are committed in the course of the planned crime, all parties to the original offence may share responsibility for the additional offences.
The way in
The way out
Assist injured people
First thing police officers should do at the the scene of the crime.
Chain of Custody
Leonard's Principle - When two things meet, Item #1 echanges something with Item #2 and vice versa.
If the accused, can be identified, is guarunteed to show up to court, is not a danger to himself or others, is not likely to reoffend, is not a dangerous criminal, and there is no flight risk, they will be released.
Beyond a Resonable Doubt
Onus in a criminal trial
Balance of Probability
Onus in a civl trial
Withholding sex from your partner to get what you want from them.
Guaruntees the accused will show up to court and has to pay a fine if he/she does not show up.
Hair, fibre, glass, metal, paper, paint, etc. are all examples of ______________.
Only evidence that has been ___________________ is admissable in court.
Reasons for Law
Promote the goals of society, provide a method for individuals to settle private disputes peacefully, used by gov't to protect persons and possessions, provides order and structure in society.
"Subject only to such reasonable limits prescribed by law as can be demonstrably justified in a free and democratic society."
S.1 of the Charter
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