Bob: Listen, donuts are meant to bring joy into our lives and awaken our glass abilities. Let them simply be distributed according to immutable moral principles of justice. Donuts are distributed according to natural principles. We take just what we want, and the leftovers are cherished by those who enjoy them most. Don`t overcomplicate things. Where is the chocolate milk? Federico is in financial conflict. He tries to collect money for services rendered, but the debtor does not want to pay the money owed to Federico. Which court would be most likely to deal with this situation? · Tyler wants to sue Kevin after Kevin injures Tyler`s sister in a car accident that leaves his sister in a coma. In the city of Birmingdon, a law was recently passed that sets out a long list of restrictions on the disposal of various types of waste.
The law is long, meticulous and complicated, and many citizens do not understand all the points of the law or the purpose it is intended to serve. Citizens are often caught in the act of breaking the rules. Which law or legal principle is most relevant in this situation? The Sharonville government was heavily in debt and issued a municipal ordinance requiring citizens to volunteer for the city once a week. Such an act would be consistent with the school of jurisprudential thought. Which school of jurisprudence relies most on precedents in its conception of law? After a tragic event in which an armed intruder bursts into a shopping mall and shoots several people, the town of Belmonte enacts a law banning all forms of firearms in public retail stores. This reaction would be an example of which school of jurisprudential thought to follow? Nation A bans its citizens from owning more than one vehicle to reduce emissions. Nation A`s neighbour, Nation B, disagrees with the decision and refuses to enforce it within its own borders, but refrains from challenging the decision in court. What principle of international law plays a role? Dixonville has had essentially the same demographics, economic system, and social structure for decades. In recent years, these factors have begun to change, prompting many to call for new laws and legal practices. Changing the legal structure of Dixonville to reflect the changes underway would make the ____ Bob: Reason. Power to David`s people. Is anyone still hungry? (He tries to move slowly towards the donuts, and Joyce continues to defend them like a playmaker.) · Casey doesn`t have to worry about the applicant`s evidence, as parties tend to brag about the level of proof they can provide a reminder that you have two attempts for that application.
We recommend that you complete the first attempt only after completing the Learn Smart and Check Knowledge activities. If you did not reach the desired score after the first attempt, please go back and check the material before your 2nd attempt. Trial – this usually results in an overall improvement in the score on this assessment. · JuneCorp cannot challenge the legality of the law if there is only a financial impact on the company due to the law. NoraCorp wants to respect a moral minimum of ethical behavior in its operations. He`s planning a merger with another company that would cause some or all of the following causes: David: Bob, don`t you see what`s going on? While we argue about which of us gets the treats, our colleagues who work next door miss out on these delicious chemical donuts. In the meantime, our friend Alison will be excluded from the mix, as will Winfred, who is back in the hospital. What about our guardians and shippers who are banished into the cellar world? Again, they won`t get goodies, and they`re the ones doing the real work. They`re not even allowed here in our break room because we don`t want their hands greasy on our microwave. The only good reason to impose rules here is to protect the impudent among us. Donut laws aren`t good if they don`t address glazed inequalities that wouldn`t even be considered otherwise.
· JuneCorp can challenge the legality of the law if it passes all three exam tests applied by the courts. Annie is an observer of a legal dispute between two of the tenants of a building she manages. She has documented information relevant to the case, but prefers not to get involved in the dispute. Which of the following statements is true? · Jurisdiction may rest with the State that has substantive or personal jurisdiction, probably depending on which State Clara believes will give her a more favourable outcome in her case. Charlie is summoned to the jury. During the selection process, it turns out that one of the parties was an old friend and neighbor of Charlie. Which of the following is most likely to occur? · JuneCorp cannot challenge the legality of the law because the equality clause applies to individuals, not companies. Sage files a lawsuit against Isabel, claiming that Isabel is liable for damage to Sage`s property. Isabel thinks the accusations are ridiculous and doesn`t bother to respond to the complaint served on her.
Which of the following statements is likely to be true? Anthony votes for a law that would prevent people above a certain income level from buying subsidized housing. What philosophy of ethics applies here? Clara sues David over a property dispute. Clara and David come from different states, so it is not immediately clear which state is responsible for this case. Which of the following statements is true? Watch the Week 1 exercise to prepare for this task. Complete the Apply task in week 1 in MyEducator. ETH 321 Week 1 Apply Task 1. Map the command prompt to the most relevant law or legal principle. Devon is accused of robbing a jewelry store and is summarily thrown into jail.
o First Amendment o Protection of Equality Laws o Substantive Due Process o Due Process 2. Assign the scenario or question to the jurisprudential school of thought that is most clearly displayed. A law that promotes the ability of foreign workers to obtain work, housing and medical care, regardless of their citizenship status, would probably fall under what school of jurisprudential thought? o Historical o Natural law o Sociological o Irrational forces o Legal realism 3. Casey is on trial for fraudulent conduct in the business she runs. She is concerned when the plaintiff claims he has “clear evidence” that Casey is guilty. Which of the following statements is most likely true? If the plaintiff only provides evidence up to the “clear and convincing” level, Casey can still be acquitted.