Sam wants to know why we have laws. Which of these is not one of them?
A. To enforce the will of the people B. To ensure just treatment for all people C. To ensure liberty and justice D. To maintain order
A body of rules of action or conduct prescribed by controlling authority and having binding legal force
Where does law come from?
Common law Constitutional law Statutory law
What are the three basic judicial systems?
State, federal, administrative
Who is the party who brought the suit? Plantiff, defendant, jurisdiction, or complaint?
Who is the party being sued? Plantiff, defendant, jurisdiction, or complaint?
What is the courts authority to hear and decide a case? Plantiff, defendant, jurisdiction, or complaint
What is the amount of time that it takes to charge someone with a crime?
Statue of limitations
Which law's purpose is to remedy a wrong (usually involving injury)? Antitrust, tort, contract, or constitution
Which law's purpose is to enable agreements between 2 parties? Antitrust, tort, contract, or constitution
In 1972, this act disallowed discrimination based on sex within education. With regard to sport, it has a 3 prong compliance
This amendment, under the constitutional law, protects the right to life, liberty, and property w/o due process
Muslim athletes want to pray before a football game. Which amendment protects their rights?
In 2008, the court concluded a coach cannot be present when students choose to pray. If they did, it would breach what...?
A man brings a gun to a high school game. He has a right to this based on... 1st, 4th, 5th, or 14th amendment
Tim is trying to explain negligence to John. Which element is he missing? Duty, breach of duty, proximate cause, & ....
The example used in class based on using reasonable care to avoid injuring others was for what element of negligence?
If I breached a duty of care, such as not inspecting a helmet and a guy gets a concussion. This is...
Breach of duty
A construction worker leaves a cover off a manhole and a driver then clips a pedestrian who falls into the hole. This is...
An NFL player loses eyesight after a hard hit during the game. What element of negligence is this?
Damage (Compensatory damage)
A tennis player assaults his opponent after a game. What type of tort is this?
What is the difference between assault and battery?
Assault- threat of harm Battery- actual physical harm
What act prohibits monopolies and prohibits contacts, combinations, or conspiracies in restraint of trade?
Sherman antitrust act of 1890 (MLB is the exception)
Which of the following is not a breach of contract remedy? Legal, equitable, rescission, or acceptance
What is the difference between rescind and restitution?
Rescind-void a contract Restitution-remedy for a victim and also required to pay victim
Lambuth wants to take the Louisville L logo. What law prevents them from doing this?
Give at least 2 of the 3 prongs for title IX
Participation opportunities for students must be proportionate to enrollment Display history of program expansion regarding interests of underrepresented sex Institution proves it's fully meeting interests/abilities of underrepresented sex
The compliance office overseas accommodation of interests/abilities, athletic benefits/opportunities, and...
Athletic financial assistance
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