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1. A Legal Overview to Statues
What are Statutes?A statute is a formal written enactment that acts as a legislative authority. Statutes are delivered through a state’s constitution or legal code; the legislative authority attached to a statute is designed to govern the underlying state, city, or county for which it was created. The term is typically used to distinguish laws created by legislative bodi..
2. Hammurabi Code
What was Hammurabi's Code?Hammurabi's Code is known as the oldest collection of codified law ever to exist.  The Code, which was written down sometime around 1780 B.C. was created by Hammurabi, the sixth King of Babylon.  Hammurabi's Code extends to all aspects of law and includes areas concerning wages; criminal law; and the rights of citizens, even slaves and women...