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Jurisprudence motion suppress
The entire subject of law
Capable of being judicially decided according to legal principles
An assumption by the ct., made to help achieve a desired result, that may not be reality.
A person that takes anything pursuant to the terms of a will
Any official claim against property or funds for payment of a debt.
loss of consortium
The inability of one spouse to have normal marital relations, a claim found in wrongful death or personal injury.
An extraordinary writ issued by a ct. compelling performance of an act.
An attempt to settle a legal dispute using a (3rd party) mediator.
An act that is performed according to statute, rule, legal authority ect., w/o exercising individual judgement
A lesser crime punishable by fine/jail time for up to one year.
The principle that says that ct.s will not settle anything unless there is an actual controversy at the time of the decision.
motion to suppress
A motion, usually made by defendant, to disallow evidence in the upcoming trial.