Alabama- Title 2
Alaska- Title 3
Arizona- Title 3
Arkansas- Title 2
Colorado- Title 35 (searchable index)
Connecticut- Title 22
Delaware- Title 3
Florida- Title 35
Georgia- Title 2 (searchable index)
Hawaii- Title 11 or HRS Volume 3, section...
Alabama- Title 28
Alaska- Title 4
Arizona- Title 4
Arkansas- Title 3
California (see Division 10)
Colorado- Article 12, Title 47 (searchable index)
Connecticut- Title 30
Delaware- Title 4
District of Columbia- Title 25
Florida- Title 34
Georgia- Title 3...
Alabama- Title 6, Chapter 6
Arizona- Title 12, Article 2
Arkansas- Title 16, Subtitle1- 7
California (see Title 2, Division 3, Part 1, Chapter 4.5, Article 5)
Colorado- Title 13, Article 22, Part 2
Connecticut- Title 52, Chapter 909
To move towards the bench in order to have a conversation with the judge and opposing counsel off the record and/or out of the jury's earshot. An attorney or juror (during voir dire) must request to approach the bench, i.e. "Your honor, may I...
When a legislative act declares a particular person guilty of a crime (usually treason), such bills are prohibited under Article I, Section 9 of the Constitution.
Definition from Nolo’s Plain-English Law DictionaryMore commonly known as the McCain-Feingold Act, this act sought to end the influence in federal elections of so-called soft money, which is money raised outside the limits and prohibitions of federal...
A colloquial term for state statute or ordinance that forbids or regulates entertainment and commercial activities (ex. sale of liquor) on Sundays or religious holidays. Blue laws can also be referred to as Sunday closing laws,...
42 U.S. Code § 2000e-2 allows for an employer to discriminate against employees and potential employees "on the basis of his religion, sex, or national origin in those certain instances where religion, sex, or national origin is a bona fide...
Alabama- Title 34
Alaska- Title 8
Arizona- Title 32
Arkansas- Title 17
Colorado- Title 12 (searchable index)
Connecticut- Title 4c
Delaware- see Title 24
District of Columbia (see Division V, Local Business Affairs)
Florida- Title XXXII...
In reference to law, “civil” is used primarily as a descriptive term to denote conflicts between private individuals. Where in a civil case two or more individuals or private entities (such as corporations) dispute their rights relative to...