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  • 1. Big Board Facts Law 30 Review Welcome To
  • 2. Today's Topics NEXT
  • 3. Definitions NEXT
  • 4. Civil or Criminal NEXT
  • 5. Justice Systems NEXT
  • 6. Prove It! NEXT
  • 7. Potpourri NEXT
  • 8. 15 20 25 5 10 Definitions Civil or Criminal Justice Systems Prove It! Potpourri 5 5 5 5 10 10 10 10 15 15 15 15 20 20 20 25 25 25 25 20 Big Board Facts Team One Team Two Team Scores Team Three Team Four Team Five Team Six Big Points Question
  • 9. An agreement between two people usually in written form Back to Board
  • 10. Laws that deal with the substance of what is and is not allowed Back to Board
  • 11. When laws are written down in a document to govern a nation it is called this. Back to Board
  • 12. This involves the right to a hearing to determine if an accused is being legally detained before trial. Back to Board
  • 13. This type of law refers to law developed through decisions of courts and similar tribunals, rather than through legislative statutes. Back to Board
  • 14. The main purpose of it to compensate individuals for harm done. Back to Board
  • 15. Civil law falls under this jurisdiction: provincial or federal? Back to Board
  • 16. Investigation, courts, corrections and parole are parts of this system. Back to Board
  • 17. This is also known as private law. Back to Board
  • 18. Contract and tort law fall under this category. Back to Board
  • 19. This system of justice has two sides: the crown and the defense. Back to Board
  • 20. In this system of justice the accused makes amends for his/her crime and the victim is involved. Back to Board
  • 21. This system of justice does not have sides but rather a panel that makes decisions Back to Board
  • 22. This system of justice deals only with punishing the offender and does little or nothing to help the victim Back to Board
  • 23. This type of law is based on norms and customs of society. Back to Board
  • 24. “ A guilty mind” in legal terms. Back to Board
  • 25. In order to be guilty of a crime in criminal court, the crown has to prove its case________. Back to Board
  • 26. “ A guilty act” in legal terms. Back to Board
  • 27. The requirement that a certain party prove a particular fact at trial. Back to Board
  • 28. In a civil case, the burden of proof falls on this party (person). Back to Board
  • 29. In a ____ there is no underlying agreement that establishes the rights and responsibilities between two parties. Back to Board
  • 30. _____ _____ is a set of statutes enacted by the federal government, and applied uniformly throughout the entire nation Back to Board
  • 31. This culture’s historical laws involve community healing and helping the accused and the victim heal. Back to Board
  • 32. This is the top reason people state for committing a crime. Back to Board
  • 33. This philosophy states that laws should exist to prevent people from committing crimes. Back to Board
  • 34. The "Big Points" Question Show Question
  • 35. “ Big Points” What is the “Due Process Model” of justice? Back to Board 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
  • 36. Authored by Jeff Ertzberger - 2004 University of North Carolina at Wilmington All rights reserved. All Clipart and Sounds Copyright Microsoft PowerPoint and Microsoft Office Gallery Online – All Rights Reserved.  Some images have been modified from original version. This presentation may not be sold, or redistributed without written permission, and may only be used for non-profit educational use. Using and Distributing this Template You are free to use this template in non-profit educational settings. Be sure to check Jeff Ertzberger’s digital templates web site for even more template games and great resources. End It
  • 37. Law 30 Final Exam Review Edited by Megaen Reader For Wendy Lambert EDIM 503 Wilkes University July 31, 2009