Law is the set of enforced rules under which a society is governed. Law is one of the most basic social institutions-and one of the most necessary. No society could exist if all people did just as they pleased without regard for the rights of others. Nor could a society exist if its members did not recognize that they also have certain obligations toward one another. The law thus establishes the rules that define a person's rights and obligations. The law also sets penalties for people who violate these rules, and it states how government shall enforce the rules and penalties. However, the law ...more

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    Antonio's Will
    Release date: Dec 06, 2014
    Giveaway: Paperback version of the historical novel "Antonio's Will."


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    Countries available: US and PR
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  • Sin City Assassin by C.L. Swinney
    Sin City Assassin (The Bill Dix Detective Series, #3)
    Release date: Dec 07, 2014
    This third novel in the Bill Dix Detective series pushes the boundaries of friendship, what it means to wear a badge, and is rough and gritty- everyth…more View Details »
    Giveaway dates: Dec 07 - Jan 07, 2015
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  • The Illustrated Courtroom by Elizabeth  Williams
    The Illustrated Courtroom: 50 Years of Court Art
    Release date: May 29, 2014
    THE ILLUSTRATED COURTROOM: 50 YEARS OF COURT ART is in an 8x10 format with 140 iconic illustrations - many in color - from five of the nation's top, a…more View Details »
    Giveaway dates: Dec 15 - Jan 09, 2015
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