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A Children’s Introduction to the Law
Why do you have to go to school? Surely everyone needs to decide for themselves whether they want to learn or not. Why mustn’t we cross the road at a red light when there are no cars around? Often the answer to this type of question is: because it is the law, and you have to follow the law.
Why, then, does a murderer have a lawyer who tries to help him get the lightest possible punishment? Can a murderer have rights? Judge Nicola Lindner offers a vivid, clear guide to our laws and a comprehensible introduction to legal thought. Basic legal knowledge – what is law, how has it come about, what are our constitutional rights, what do prosecutors, lawyers and judges do – is entertainingly linked to everyday examples. Readers of this book will have a good overview of our legal order.
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