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What is the most prevalent case type in state courts?
How many innocent people are currently incarcerated in the United States?
50,000 or more
What percent of the time are complaints against lawyers and judges investigated that result in some form of disciplinary action?
How many distinct court systems are there in America—for example, "state courts" in question 1 being considered a court system?
What is it called when a jury ignores the facts of the matter and whatever the judge tells them to do before deliberating, but instead decides a case based upon constitutionality of law?
Lucky Litigant Rule
Jury nullification power
Jury deliberation contradiction
On average, the United States judicial system incarcerates 5 times more people than the rest of the world.
Some prisons are privatized, and almost two-thirds of them have contracts requiring an 80 percent or higher occupancy rate.
Over approximately the last two decades, some vehicular fines have increased at a rate much greater than that of college education or health care costs, which have averaged about 7% per year.
The American legal system always follows its own rules and the law.
If you owe someone a debt and the statute of limitations is about to exire, there is no way it can be extended.
Tenants in a residential lease can be held responsible for paying for damages to the leased premises.
Even if you own very little when you die, your inheritors will have to go through probate.