There are generally two branches of law in America: civil law and criminal law. These cases usually have a plaintiff, the person suing, and a defendant, the person being sued. It is the plaintiff's job to prove he/she was mistreated or injured. The defendant's job is to prove they did not mistreat the plaintiff. Civil Law can be a form of the judicial service, which most of the English-speaking countries use. In this case, civil law is the general collection of different forms of law. David Whipple focuses on civil law which includes a broad spectrum of law.
What is considered Civil Law?
Civil Law, or Common Law, has a broad collection of different types of laws. There are many focuses in each of these branches of law. A few examples are but are not limited to:
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