When two or more vehicles are involved in a low-impact collision with minimal damage.
The name given to laws requiring motorists to obtain insurance coverage on vehicles driven on state roads.
a trial where the rights of the defendant is safeguarded by an impartial judge and jury deciding the matter.
This involves the surrender of a fugitive from a country to another where he will be tried.
The federal law that requires information be given to the public.
a phrase often used in a plaintiff’s case in the opening statement.
the term given to a trial in the presence of an impartial judge and jury. See fiar and impartial trial.
an agreement in a family where decisions of inheritance is decided.
This term applies to the authority to hear, try and decide a case.
the term that describes the exporting and importing of goods between countries.
This term is applied to perjury when lies are found in an affidavit.
This involves completing a contract or an agreement where all obligations have been fulfilled.
the term used to describe the price that a property would bring if it is sold in an open and free market.
This abbreviated to the FBI and is a bureau dealing with the investigation into maintaining and dealing with internal security of the USA.
an agreement to how the assets of an estate will be distributed without the family going to court for a decision.
This term is used when a person transfers title to another person so creditors won’t be able to collect a debt.
federal law that requires people who represent a foreign country to register with the US government.
This phrase refers to the trial court where a case was tried first.
This variance will mislead a defendant in the preparing and the pursuit of his defence in a manner that will be adequate.
the attack on a woman who is pregnant and the baby that is at least 6 months of gestation dies.
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