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How Good Samaritan Laws Work
Good Samaritan laws are intended to protect you from a lawsuit if you help strangers during an emergency. Learn more at HowStuffWorks. See more »
10 Things That Aren't Free Speech
Free speech is a very guarded freedom, but that doesn't mean citizens can say whatever they like with no punishment. Learn more at HowStuffWorks. See more »
How Free Speech Works
In the U.S., can you truly say anything you want, or are there limits? Find out how free speech works at HowStuffWorks. See more »
10 Most Common Attractive Nuisances
Attractive nuisances often draw the attention of children and can cause injuries or even death. What common features of your neighborhoods are considered attractive nuisances? See more »
How a Memorandum of Understanding Works
A memorandum of understanding can be perfect in situations where a contract is too formal, but a handshake isn't enough. Read about MOUs at HowStuffworks. See more »
10 Controversial Court Cases
Controversial court cases can both tear communities apart and shape our history for the better. Take a look at these 10 controversial court cases in the U.S.
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What makes evidence inadmissible in court?
What makes evidence inadmissible in court is determined by the Federal Rules of Evidence. Learn exactly what makes evidence inadmissible in court here.
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11 Stupid Legal Warnings
Some product warning labels are so obvious it's ridiculous, while others are just downright silly. Read our list of 11 stupid legal warnings. See more »
How Lawsuits Work
Lawsuits are a common part of life these days. Learn about civil vs. criminal lawsuits, steps to filing lawsuits, settling lawsuits out of court and the trial process and lingo. See more »
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