Law can be defined as a system of standards and rules of civil society; standards of human conduct that impose obligations and grant corresponding rights, and institutional rules regarding the ascertainment, creation, modification and enforcement of these standards.
For example: RIGHT AGAINST SELF-INCRIMINATION: Granted by the Fifth Amendment-USA. Allows a person to refuse to answer questions that would subject him or her to accusation of a criminal act.
Both involve the unlawful taking of a human life, but murder is with malice and premeditation and manslaughter without.
An inquest is the name given to the legal inquiry into the cause of death of a person who apparently died an unnatural death.
Forensic medicine is the application of medical knowledge to legal problems.
Both involve defamation; libel written, slander spoken.
If a wrongful act (not arising out of a contract) violates a private right, it is a tort and covered by civil law; if it violates a public right it is a cime and subject to criminal law. A wrongful act may be subject to both civil and criminal action. If X forges Y's signature on a cheque and withdraws some money, it is a matter between X and Y (and a tort), and also a matter between X and the State, because forgery is defined as a crime.
Offering money is a bribe; asking for it is called extortion.
In the case of embezzlement, the property should have been voluntarily turned over to the embezzler for some lawful purpose to begin with (and which he then misappropriates). In the case of larceny, the original taking is unlawful.
There certainly is - burglary requires more finesse, robbery is more boorish. Burglary is the unlawful breaking and entering of the building of another in order to commit a crime. Robbery is stealing property from another by force and intimidation.
A person who threatens and attempts to strike another person is guilty of assault. Assault becomes battery when injury is actually done.
No one becomes successful by accident. Success requires making a plan and sticking to it. It is simple, but does require commitment; it is not hard to do, but does require hard work. The good news is that once you begin, the results start coming almost instantly. The miracle of successful living is that the smallest step towards success attracts more success! Here is a very brief outline of the key points that will help you achieve the highest levels of success.
Look into the
The person staring back at you is the only person responsible for your success. Smile! No one else is the cause of your success or to blame for your short comings. Successful people take full responsibility for their actions.
Smile back at
Successful people are cheerful, optimistic, and forward thinking. If you think you don't have anything to smile about, smile anyway. Positive thoughts drive out negative thoughts. It's hard to have a negative thought while you are smiling!
self-esteem is the foundation for success
Feel good about yourself and your abilities, achievements and potential. Don't dwell on your mistakes. Remind and praise yourself on your past accomplishments. Congratulate yourself for taking positive steps toward a more successful future.
You are here for a purpose. God doesn't make extras just to fill in the scenery. Find your mission and begin working to fulfil it.
Desire to be a
Decide right now that you will be successful. Commit to being successful.
Do what they do. When faced with choices, make the choice a successful person would make. Blow your bonus check on a gambling trip or invest it?
Do not under any circumstances associate with negative people. Negative people are toxic; they destroy, they do not build. They are vampires that can live only by draining the life from others. The odds are greater that they will pull you down faster than you can lift them up. You can choose to stay away from all the negative people in your life. Avoid all the whiners, complainers, blamers and thumbsuckers.
Do what you are
best at and what gives you satisfaction
There is no reason to stay stuck doing things that are frustrating, boring, unhealthy, unproductive, demeaning or unfulfilling.
Write down a
vision of how you want to live your life
Be specific. Where you want to live, what kind of carpet, who your friends are, the pony's name, what the new church rec hall you donated looks like, etc. Make a Future Scrapbook; paste in pictures, drawings, essays, clippings. Make up news headlines about your achievements. Every day visualize yourself as you would like to be - and then act that way!
Write down your
Write it in the present tense, "I am...", "I have...", "I contribute...". Success is the result of a personal decision, so start your goal with "I". Read your goal aloud every morning and night. Tell people your goal. Make a plan to achieve your goal and stick to it.
Study the science
Read books, listen to tapes, watch videos and positive TV programming. Talk to successful people and ask them how they became successful. Fill your mind with positive thoughts and give yourself positive self-affirmations.
Do something everyday that brings your goal closer
Everybody experiences fear of failure, uncertainty, insecurity, low self-esteem, indecision, depression, nervousness and embarrassment. Successful people master these temporary conditions by taking positive action, by sticking to their plan, by maintaining their vision of the future and by learning from setbacks. By following these simple steps you will become successful and achieve all that you desire.