Criminal Law
Torts & Product Liability
Administrative Law
Constitutional Law
Law in General

100

A crime punishable by death or imprisonment for a term exceeding one year

What is a Felony?

100

This is an abnormality or an unintended condition that makes a product more dangerous than it would have been had it been produced as intended.

What is a Product Flaw?

100

This is the branch of government that usually creates administrative agencies.

What is the Legislative Branch?

100

It's what we call the first 10 amendments to the Constitution

What is the Bill of Rights?

100

An employee who discloses to the government, media, or upper management that the company is involved in wrongful or illegal activities

What is a Whistleblower?

200

A type of securities fraud in which large gains are promised to investors; but in reality, newer investments are used to provide a return on older investments

What is a Ponzi Scheme?

200

Charging a negligent act of one person to another person is this kind of negligence.

What is Vicarious Negligence?

200

This is the administrative agency that establishes rules on tax matters and supervises the collection of taxes.

What is the Internal Revenue Service (IRS)?

200

This is the power of the government to take private property for a public purpose.

What is Eminent Domain?

200

These are the laws passed by state and federal legislatures.

What are Statutes?

300

In a criminal case, this is the primary victim.

What is Society?

300

Strict liability is often imposed in situations involving these types of activities.

What are Inherently Dangerous Activities?

300

These are three branches of government.

What are the Executive, Legislative, and Judicial Branches?

300

Excessive bail and cruel and unusual punishments are prohibited by this Constitutional amendment.

What is the Eighth Amendment?

300

This is the person who brings a lawsuit against another.

Who is the Plaintiff?

400

This is the crime of intentionally giving a false statement while under oath.

What is Perjury?

400

Dogs barking, loud noises, and bright lights are examples of this tort.

What is Nuisance?

400

This is the name of an order that requires someone to appear at a legal proceeding to provide testimony.

What is a Subpoena?

400

The Second Amendment established this fundamental right.

What is the Right to Bear Arms?

400

This is the set of laws that governs various commercial transactions and brought uniformity to the laws of the states.

What is the Uniform Commercial Code (UCC)?

500

The levying of war against the United States, or the giving of aid and comfort to the nation's enemies

What is Treason?

500

This tort contains the four elements of duty, breach, proximate cause, and damages.

What is Negligence?

500

Unlike criminal trials, decisions in administrative hearings are not made by this twelve-member panel.

What is a Jury?

500

The right of the government to impose and collect income tax was established in this Constitutional Amendment.

What is the Sixteenth Amendment?

500

Family courts, probate courts, and youth courts are courts of this kind of jurisdiction.

What is Original Jurisdiction?