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Four Sources of Law
A
CADEMIC
V
OCABULARY
affect: to change or influence
SECTION 1 ASSESSMENT
Answers
Reading Check (left)
statutory—
passed by lawmaking bodies,
common—based on precedent,
administrative—created by government
agencies, constitutional—based on the
U.S. Constitution and Supreme Court
decisions
(right)
Possible answer to
make sure no one is convicted of a crime
without proof
Section 1 Assessment Answers
1. a. crime, p. 181; criminal law, p. 181; civil law, p. 181 b. It protects basic rights but limits some actions for the benefit of society.
2. a. common law, p. 182; precedent, p. 183; constitutional law, p. 183 b. Possible answers more just, because it follows commonsense less just, because it might follow an unfair precedent
3. a. appeal, p. 183 b. They settle disputes between individuals, society, and governments.
4. Students should use the graphic organizer to describe the four sources of law.
5. Paragraphs will vary but should consider the benefits laws bring and how US. laws are created.
Close
Have students explain how laws and the courts protect US. citizens rights.
Review
Online Quiz Section 1
Quiz Game
Assess
SE Section 1 Assessment Daily Quizzes Section 1
Reteach
Main Idea Activities for Differentiated Instruction Section 1
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Reading Focus
What roles do the courts play in the United States?
The Roles of the Courts
Identify
What rights do people accused of crimes usually have? the
rights to have an attorney, confront the
accuser, have a jury trial, and appeal
a decision
Analyze What is the purpose of the right of appeal to make sure that
cases are tried fairly and to correct
any mistakes that may arise
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