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Exam One Study Guide

by: Stephanie Keck

Exam One Study Guide LGS 200

Stephanie Keck
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Legal Environment of Business
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This study guide is a checklist of what needs to be studied prior to this weeks test. It is cross referenced between my class notes thus far and the study guide put out in class. It is organized by...
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This 2 page Study Guide was uploaded by Stephanie Keck on Sunday September 13, 2015. The Study Guide belongs to LGS 200 at University of Alabama - Tuscaloosa taught by a professor in Fall 2015. Since its upload, it has received 84 views. For similar materials see Legal Environment of Business in Law and Legal Studies at University of Alabama - Tuscaloosa.

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Date Created: 09/13/15
LGSZOO STUDY GUIDE EXAM 1 Adams Section 008 The Court System 0 O O O O O O 0 Definition of jurisdiction Difference between in personam jurisdiction and in rem jurisdiction What must you have in order for a court to hear a lawsuit What does one have jurisdiction over What is the difference between exclusive and concurrent jurisdiction Exclusive state and federal What is the order of power in the state court system Supreme Court highest power Court of Criminal Appeals or Court of Civil Appeals Circuit Court District Court Municipal Court Probate Court lowest power What is the order of power in the federal court system US Supreme Court highest power Circuit Court of Appeals US District Court lowest power Describe the different types of court in each court system What are the initial pleadings in a lawsuit Describe What are the methods of discovery Describe Judicial Procedures 0 O 0 What are the stages of a trial Describe What is an alternative dispute reputation What are the different types of alternative dispute reputation US Constitution 0 Name the three branches of government and their particular powers in regards to law Describe the commerce clause preemption doctrine supremacy doctrine and tax and spending clause What are the first amendment rights Freedom of speech symbolic and unprotected Freedom of religion establishment clause and free exercise clause What are your fourth amendment rights Probable cause What are your fifth amendment rights No self incrimination Describe the equal protection clause What are tests used to evaluate laws under the equal protection clause Describe Civil and Criminal Law 0 0000000 0 0 What is the difference between felony and misdemeanor What is the difference between civil and criminal law What are property crimes What are whitecollar crimes What are defenses to criminal liability What is the Miranda rule Define criminal liability What are the criminal procedures 0 Arrest Booking Initial Appearance Indictment or Information Arraignment Trial What does judgment proofquot mean What is cyber crime Chapter 12 TORTS 0 00000 0000 Definition of tort Difference between intentional and unintentional torts negligence What are the different types of intentional torts Definition of slander Definition of libel What are the four elements that must be required to support a negligence law suit Duty of care Breach of duty Causation Injury What is the difference between causation in fact and proximate cause What is negligence per se What are Good Samaritan statutes What are the defenses to negligence


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