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 How to Cite Laws?

Answer Citing laws and legal documents properly can be a somewhat complicated task. For in-text citation and usage, the titles of laws and legal documents are not italicized or placed in quotation marks, ... Read More »
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How to Cite Criminal Cases for Federal Laws in State Court?

Federal law often trumps state law. You may always use decisions with persuasive authority even if the authority does not hold mandatory authority. If you wish to cite a federal case for a state co... Read More »
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Congress passed five neutrality laws in the 1930s What did the passage of those laws indicate about US foreign policy?

I think you can find your answer here http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Foreign_policy_of_the_United_States In the United States, there are three types of treaty-related law: * Congressional-executiv... Read More »
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Does the military laws supersede civilian laws when it comes to filing a missing persons report?

Answer If the missing person is an active duty member of a service branch, yes, it does.
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Are your brother in-laws or sister-in laws considered your immediate family?

Your immediate family is another way of describing your nuclear family. Immediately family is usually considered to be your spouse, children, and parents, but sometimes includes parents only if you... Read More »
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