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10 Cards in this Set

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Which of the following is often referred to as the “fourth branch” of government?
administrative branch
The Marketing and Advertising School theory’s is
that the main goal of decision-making should be to promote market efficiency
Examples of ordinances include
traffic laws, building codes and zoning laws.
Which theory describes the female perspective in developing, interpreting and applying the law?
The feminist legal theory
The United States bases its law on which of the following?
English Common Law
The ICTR statute established power to prosecute persons responsible for which of the following when committed as part of a systematic attack against a civilian population:
murder, deportation, & enslavement
Which of the following was created in order to resolve disputes and address crimes against humanity on an international front?
The United Nations
Which of the following assists in preventing against individuals fleeing to other countries in order to prevent being held accountable for their acts of genocide?
codified international law
An international criminal court is necessary because
none of these:

A. the individual courts of each country are too impacted with cases.
B. otherwise some of the worst crimes in history would go unpunished.
C. the Supreme Court of the United States cannot handle them.
Prior to the formation of the ICC what authority were tribunals given?
They were given authority to prosecute individuals who were responsible for severe criminal acts.