Encyclopedia of American Law

Facts on File, 2002 - 542 páginas
There's an old saying: Ignorance of the law is no excuse for breaking it. Yet for most people, the law is often an inaccessible doorway through which many fear to enter. Filling the need for an accessible reference that combs the entire American legal system, the Encyclopedia of American Law assembles in one comprehensive volume a collection of issues, terms, concepts, court cases, history, and people to provide all citizens with a clear overview of the major points of American law. The only general reference volume available on the subject, the Encyclopedia of American Law demystifies our judicial system, making the law comprehensible to all laypeople. This broad reference work is of interest to specialists seeking a richer appreciation for their craft as well as people of all ages and races wanting to acquire a thorough understanding of their constitutional rights.

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