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"Dual Liability may arise from the same set of facts, however the two branches of the
law have very different purposes, procedures and resulting penalties will differ."

The English legal system has two types of law, criminal and civil law, they deal with
different…

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An example of a civil law case would be Smith v Jones where a claimant sues a
defendant.

In criminal law the prosecution has to prove that defendant is guilty beyond reasonable
doubt, while in civil law the level of proof is lower and…

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final the highest court is the Supreme Court which replaced the House of Lords in
October 1st 2009 they deal with appeals from the crown court and in exceptional cases
circumstances from the High Court (also in Scotland and Northern Ireland).

Solicitors are the…

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The jury offeres the defendant the opportunity to be tried by his equals. Their role can be
seen as simply returning verdicts of guilty or not guilty. And it is done by determining
facts. They ust apply the law, as explained by the judge…

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because their act was not performed to the standard the law requires and also the
broken duty caused the loss complained of, in this case, food poisoning and that the law
recognises that the loss suffered from the claimant is not too remote from…

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Bibiliography:

Harvard referencing

1. Involuntary Manslaughter | Criminal Law Case | Law Teacher. 2012. Involuntary
Manslaughter | Criminal Law Case | Law Teacher.
[ONLINE] Available at:
http://www.lawteacher.net/criminallaw/cases/involmanscases.php. [Accessed 08
November 2012].

2. The court structure, including the new Supreme Court. 2012. The court structure,…

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