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Educators, college students, and curious people everywhere — come discover the ocean and ambiance. He it was that first gave to the law the air of a science. He found it a skeleton, and clothed it with life, colour, and complexion; he embraced the cold statue, and by his touch it grew into youth, health, and beauty. The next definitive historical treatise on the common law is Commentaries on the Laws of England , written by Sir William Blackstone and first published in 1765-1769.
In countries where holders of the first law degree traditionally use the title of doctor (e.g. Peru, Brazil, Macau, Portugal, Argentina), J.D. holders who are attorneys will often use the title of doctor as well. 231 It is common for English-language male lawyers to use the honorific suffix “Esq.” (for ” Esquire “). In the United States the style is also used by female lawyers.
Under the Appointments Clause of the Constitution, the Attorney General is nominated by the President and appointed with the advice and consent of the Senate The Constitution provides that civil officers of the United States, which would include the Attorney General, may be impeached by Congress for treason , bribery , or “high crimes and misdemeanors”. 3 The Attorney General may be removed at will by the President under the Supreme Court decision Myers v. United States , which found that the President may remove executive branch officials without the consent of the Senate or any other entity. The common law further suggests that the President has the power to remove an official engaged in purely executive functions or an official whose duties immediately affect the President’s ability to fulfill his constitutional responsibilities, ( Bowsher v. Synar , 1986).
Evidence law involves which materials are admissible in courts for a case to be built. 16. a rule, principle, or convention regarded as governing the structure or the relationship of an element in the structure of something, as of a language or work of art: the laws of grammar. In civilized life, law floats in a sea of ethics. b. The condition of social order and justice created by adherence to such a system: a breakdown of law and civilized behavior.
In contrast, in jurisdictions with very weak respect for precedent, 64 fine questions of law are redetermined anew each time they arise, making consistency and prediction more difficult, and procedures far more protracted than necessary because parties cannot rely on written statements of law as reliable guides. In jurisdictions that do not have a strong allegiance to a large body of precedent, parties have less a priori guidance (unless the written law is very clear and kept updated) and must often leave a bigger “safety margin” of unexploited opportunities, and final determinations are reached only after far larger expenditures on legal fees by the parties.