Brooke Sharp, Camden Schwederman, and Carly Sims
Main ideas of this passage
- Civil laws deal with non-criminal disputes.
- Not every lawsuit can be settled with money.
- Civil laws provide a way for you to compensated for damaged caused by another person.
- Judges usually establish equity by ordering the defendant to do something.
- Judges and juries use law to settle these conflicts and decide remedies.
- Compensation-payment to make up for a loss injury,and the like.
- Remedy-solution to the harm caused by the accused person.
- Plaintiff-person who flies a legal action or claim.
- Defendant-person being sued or accused of a crime.
- Equity-justice under the law that is influenced by fairness.